Our college looks after the health of our students. It is in the best interest of the society that we are able to organiseGeneral Health Awareness Programmes and Camps, every year, forthe well being of the college fraternity. The programmes range from health check-up, eye sight testing and blood donation campssupported by our staff members and the NSS team with dedicated students. Besides, the Women cell- PRATYAEE-have been organising yearly Cancer Awareness Programme, since the past two years.
Our college has guest house facility with renovated toilet in our college campus on 1st floor (annex building). There is one room with single bed facility. Duel accommodation facility is provided. The guest house is operated free of charge. Distinguished out-stationed Guests can avail this infrastructural benefit from the college.
Only Minority Based Female students can be accommodated in our College Hostel provided with all facilities. The development of hostel building still now is being constructed in collaboration with the Block Level Building Construction. Most of the minority female students have availed the hostel facility in the previous two sessions 2017-2018 & 2018-2019. The Hostel Superintendent, Dr.SubarnaBandopadhyay, HOD, Department of Geography, supervises the facilities provided to the students.
Recent Infrastructural Development
The seminar hall of our institution has a theatre-style setting, fully air-conditioned and suitable for conferences, meetings, seminars, concerts, workshops, presentations and performances. The hall is fully equipped with audio-visual devices for video conferencing and conducting live interactive sessions. Renowned academicians, intellectuals and performers are frequently invited on occasions and events to interact with our students and faculties. Various hands-on training programmes, Health Awareness Programmes, interactive Career Counselling Events, Commemorative Programmes and cultural activities mostly take place at this space. We do lend this space for government and University gatherings and meetings.
|Room Dimension||Built Up Area/Location||Sitting Capacity||Salient Features|
|1500 sq. ft.(Green Room: 100 sq. ft)||2nd Floor, primary building : Room no. 30||100||
◾ Fully AC Room
◾ Projector (wall mount) with screen
◾ PA Lecturn System with inbuilt speakers, Amplifier, Cordless mic, podium mic, USB port
◾ Wifi access
ICT Enabled Classroom
The Information Communication Technology (ICT) has the potential to transform the nature and process of teaching and learning environment and culture. Interactivity, flexibility and convenience in ICT supported environment enable both teachers and learners to access and share ideas and information in diverse communication styles and format. We are upgrading ourselves each day to this new method of praxis.
The college has two separate fully furnished ICT enabled classrooms suitable for meetings, seminars, lecture-demonstrations and presentations. It is more an inclusive space forinteractions and demonstrations. We have regular screenings, invited lecture-demonstrations and audio-visual presentations (faculty and students) and this new intervention hasenhanced the learning abilities even for slow learners. Our future plan is to form collaborations with institutions for live interactions and escalate the potentials for excellence.
|Built Up Area/Location||Sitting Capacity||Technology Purchased From||Salient Features|
|2nd Floor, primary building: Room no. 40 & Room no. 44||50 each||WEBEL Technology Ltd, Kolkata.||
◾ Projector (wall mount)
◾ Interactive Dashboard Sensor White Board
◾ Cameras (2) – visualiser camera and digital camera
◾ Wall mount speaker, Amplifier, Dual PA Wireless Microphone
◾ Social media access
◾ Wifi access
The first in the district of Murshidabad, our Language Labwas inaugurated on 20th May, 2018 by our ex-principal Dr.PrabhasSamanta and the Governing Body member, Md. Ali. It has been set up under the aegis of Dr.Shakil Ahmed Khan, ex-Teacher-in-Charge and Mr. SudiptoMukhopadhyay, HOD, Department of English.
The main objective of this Multi-lingual Lab is to provide an interactive space to acquire the basic language and communicative skills throughlistening and comprehension. It is effectively used for skills of communication and beneficial for various levels of learners- beginners, intermediate and advanced. As of now we have built/gathered resources for three languages: English, Sanskrit and Urdu. It has an inbuilt facility to assess and map the trajectory of a learner's growth and improvement in speaking and comprehension skills.
It allows a more inclusive monitoring of the learning abilities and each learner can work independently with the guidance of the facilitator. This is perhaps the most upgraded scientific method of developing Communicative Language skills that we have today. FrequentLanguage Workshops are conducted to make best use of the institutional resources.
Our future plan is to make this technological platform more effective for other languages offered in our institution and begin short-term certificate courses for Foreign languages like French, German, Spanish and other Indian Languages like Hindi and Arabic.
|Built Up Area/Location||Sitting Capacity||Software Purchased From||Salient Features|
|2nd floor, primary building: Room no. 38||21 (20 students+ 1 facilitator)||WEBEL Technology Ltd., Kolkata||
◾ Software: SANAKO STUDY 1200
◾ Hardware: 11 Desktops
◾ Communicative skills for: English, Sanskrit, Urdu
◾ Provisions for languages : Arabic, Hindi, French, German, Spanish
The Geography Lab of the College is well equipped with the facilities of GIS Software, GPS tracking, surveying instruments, topographical sheets, aerial photographs, soil and water testing kits, small weather station, collection of rocks and minerals and several small equipmentsintegrated in the study of Geography. As number of students has increased, so the institution is in a continuous effort to make the laboratory more equipped both in quality and quantity. The GIS laboratory is a special achievement for the Department and it is running with future planning to facilitate the students with modern GIS software, statistical software, more precise and efficient kits for environmental studies.
The college has been able to provide an autonomy in work culture by assigning a Department Roomwhere the faculty members canbuild, preserve and disseminate resources for individual Department. This working space facilitates for evaluation of the teaching- learning process, record keeping, conducting of tutorials, remedial classes and various extra curricular events and hands-on trainings. Each Department has a Wall Magazine which is primarily maintained by the Students. And most importantly we have a functional Departmental Library that offers more interactive access of resources for our students. We offer a vast array of books, even beyond the present curriculum, to boost up their reading habits and the students could interact with the faculties as they read. There is a reference section and a few books that they could issue for limited time and the issue/return records are maintained by each Department.