The world's largest inhabited river island

The Self-evaluation of every department may be provided separately in about 3-4 pages, avoiding the repetition of the data.


  1. Name of the department :- History
  2. Year of Establishment :- 17th September, 1962
  3. Name of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil, Ph.D, Integrated Masters, Integrated Ph.D, etc) :-U.G., H.S. Course
  4. Name of Interdisciplinary courses and the departments / units involved                               :-Multidisciplinary course.
  5. Annual / semester / choice based credit system (programme wise)                                           :Semester System
  6. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments:-Organizing Inter-Departmental Seminar, group discussion, quiz, debate, etc.
  7. Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions, etc.:- No
  8. Details of courses / programmes discontinued (if any) with reason
  9. Number of Teaching posts
Professors            —-                  —
Associate Professors        01 Nos                  01
Asstt. Professors        03 Nos                  02



  1. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization, (D.Sc./D. Litt/ Ph.D./ M.Phil etc.)


NameQualificationDesignationSpecializationNo. of Years of ExperienceNo. of Ph. D. Students guided for the last 4 Years
Gitarani GoswamiM.A.,Associate Prof.Ancient India18 yearsN.A.
Debojyoti KhataniarM.A., M. PhilAsstt. Prof.Medieval India07 yearsN.A.
Naba DasM.A.Asstt. Prof.Ancient India1yearN.A.
Bhayollena BorahM.A.Lecturer (Ad-hock)Ancient India04 YearsN.A.


  1. List of senior visiting faculty :- Dr. D. Nath, Prof.. Sri Sri Anirudddadeva Chair, Dibrugarh University.
  2. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled (programme wise)

By temporary faculty:-


  1. Student- Teacher Ratio (programme wise) :-Major-1:10,
  2. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff, sanctioned and filed :-No other support stuff except regular faculty.
  3. Qualifications of teaching faculty with DSc / D.Litt / Ph.D / MPhil / PG:-

(a) Gitarani Goswami, M. A.

(b) Debojyoti Khataniar-M.A, M.Phil

(c) Naba Das-M.A.

(d) Bhayoleena Borah – M.A.

  1. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) National b) Iternational funding agencies and grants received:- N.A.
  2. Departmental projects funding by DST-FIST, UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc and total grants received:-N.A.
  3. Research Center / facility recognized by the University: N.A.
  4. Publications:-(separate sheet enclosed)
    • a) Publication per faculty
Gitarani GoswamiMajulir buranji prasiddya sthan samuhar ek abalokanMajuli Aitiyya aru SanskritiNovember, 2015

ISBN- 978-81-92178-11-0

Founder principal Siksa Ratna Atul Ch. GoswamiDweep Deepika2012

ISBN- 978-81-923168-7-1

Poi- Tseng – KengSanskriti PallavISSN – 2250-290
Tezpur – a historical tourist spotSanskriti PallavISSN – 2250-290
Gender discriminationMajulian
Language controversyMajulian
Sexual division of labourMajulian


Naba DasHigher Education of India Under British Raj2015



Bhayoleena BorahSamannayar Pratik – Asomor Baresahari BhaonaSanskriti PallavISSN – 2250-290
Malini Than – Parjatakar Akarsanar KendrabinduSanskriti PallavISSN – 2250-290
Kalika Purana – as a source of the history of AssamSanskriti PallavISSN – 2250-290
Pragjyotispur, Kamrup aru Ambarir KhanankarjyaSanskriti PallavISSN – 2250-290
Majulir Aitijya aru SanskritiACTA MagazineISBN- 978-81-92178-11-0


  • Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national)

international) by faculty and students

  • Number of publications listed in International Database ( For Eg: Web of Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database- International Social Sciences Director , EBSCO host, etc.)
  • Monographs
  • Chapter in Books
  • Books Edited
  • Books with ISBN / ISSN numbers with details of publishers


Name of the AuthorName of the bookISBN/ISSNPublishers
Gitarani GoswmiItihasar Sangya aru Samal978-81-9109836-5Bidya Bhaban, Jorhat
Asomor Samajik aru Arthanoitik Buranji978-93-81784-20-4Bidya Bhaban
Uttar Purbanchalar aitihasik patabhumit Parjyatan978-93-817884-59-4Bidya Bhaban
Bharatar Itihasat Nari978-93-81784-88-4Bidya Bhaban
Bharatar bigyan Aru Prajuktibidyar Sankhipta Itihas978-93-81784-68-6Bidya Bhaban
Bharatar Pariparsikata aru Pribesor Itihas978-93-85439-08-7Bidya Bhaban


  • Citation Index
  • SNIP
  • SJR
  • Impact factor
  • h-index
  1. Areas of consultancy and income generated
  2. Faculty as members in

a)National committees b) International Committees c) Editorial Boards……..

  1. Student projects
  2. a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter departmental/ programme:-20 percent.
  3. b) Percentage of students placed for project in organizations outside the institution Research laboratories / Industry other agencies: N.A.
  4.     Awards / Recognitions received by faculty and students:-Jindal Foundation
  5.     List of eminent academicians and scientists / visitor to the department;- Dr. D.

Nath, Prof.. Sri Sri Anirudddadeva Chair, Dibrugarh University.

  1. Seminars / Conferences / Workshops organized & the source of funding
  2. a) National:-NIL
  3. b) International: Nil
  4. Student profile programme / course wise:
Name of the Course/Programme

(refer question no. 4)

Applications received 


EnrolledPass percentage
B.A. 1ST SEM (M)2012060505020
B.A. 1ST SEM (M)20130402010150
B.A. 1ST SEM (M)201420161303
B.A. 1ST SEM (M)201525231508
B.A. 1ST SEM (M)201620170908


*M = Male      *F = Female

  1. Diversity of Students :-
Name of the Course% of students from the same state% of students from other States% of students from abroad
  1. How many students have cleared national and state competitive examinations such as

NET, SLET GATE, Civil services, Defense services, etc?:-

Civil services: 01

Defense services: 05

TET ( State Level) : 15

  1. Student progression


Student progressionAgainst % enrolled
UG to PG80
PG to M.Phil.
PG to Ph.D
Ph.D. to Post-Doctral

  • Campus selection
  • Other than campus recruitment
Entrepreneurship / Self- employment
  1. Details of Infrastructural facilities
  2. a) Library:- Small Departmental Library.
  3. b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students:- Providing ,but not sufficient.
  4. c) Class rooms with ICT facility:- Not satisfactory and sufficient.
  5. d) Laboratories:-N.A.
  6. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university, government

or other agencies:- Aid Fund from College: 03

S.T, S.C., OBC Scholarship: 20

  1. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops / seminar)

with external experts:- Special lecture and Interdepartmental lectures held from time to time.

  1. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning:- Chalk and talk, power point presentation, group discussion, assignment, seminar method, unit test, open book system exam.etc.
  2. Participation in Intuitional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension activities:- Students take part in NSS and NCC Programmes in every year in different parts of the Island. In January, 2015, students participated in NSS Mega Camp, organized by Ministry of Sports and Youth Affairs, Govt. of India in collaboration with Dibrugarh Univrsity in Majuli College.
  3. SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans:-


(a)  Satisfactory students progression from UG to PG

(b)  Satisfactory engagement in different fields.

W-(Weakness)-        (a) College is situated in geographically isolated place

(b) Due to flood, erosion, poor transportation and communication students from    other districts are not interested to come the college

(c) Poor enrollment

(d)  Lack of boy’s hostel is one of the main weakness.

(e) Lack of sufficient infrastructure facilities like – Digital class room, library, computer facilities etc.

O-(Opportunities) – (a) New curriculum courses –like Tourism, (b) Mask Making, (c) Coaching classes for UPAC,  APSC and other competitive examination.

  1. d) Organising awareness progremmes on- human rights, women empowerment, voting behavior, gender sensitization.



— (a) Poor infrastructural facilities,

(b)  Poor economic condition of the students.

(c) Poor transportation and communication

(d) Poor ICT facilities.

(e) Poor enrollment

Gitarani Goswami, M. A., HOD

Designation: Associate Professor

Phone No: 9435614375