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Welcome to the Department of Education

The Department of Education of the college is one of the oldest ones having completed eleventh years of Honours teaching. The young Department has a wonderful past and very enthusiastic present paving the way for the impressive days of the future. It nurtures the untamed youth that manifests itself in diverse forms. The distinguished professors who have served or are serving this department over the years, try to make a safe haven for learning and cooperation. A lively academic and cultural ambience and a very cordial teacher-pupil relationship have always been and hopefully will be the distinctive characteristic of the department. Due to severe shortage of funds and space the department does not have a separate seminar/departmental library but the central library has more than 500 titles dedicated to Education studies. Within the strict, limited capacity the department tries to organize students’ seminar, workshops and movie screenings to facilitate the students.

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The Department of Education in an undergraduate college is a vital academic unit dedicated to the study of literature, language, and communication. Led by passionate faculty members, it provides students with a comprehensive understanding of the English language’s intricacies and cultural significance. Through a diverse curriculum encompassing literary analysis, linguistic theory, and writing skills development, students engage in critical thinking and creative expression. 
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The Department of Education of the college is one of the oldest ones. The department started working with the beginning of the college. Gradually the various undergraduate courses were drafted into the department as per the rules of UGC and Vidyasagar University. Currently the department offers both Major and Minor courses in B.A. Education under CCFUP.
Sl. No. Course Offered Year of Inception
1 B.A. General 2012 
B.A. Honours 2013 
2 B. A. General (CBCS ) 2018
B.A. Honours (CBCS ) 2018
3 CCFUP, 2023 Major 2023
CCFUP, 2023 MDC 2023
 

Education have been an integral part of the courses offered in various universities in India since pre-Independence days. Since the inception of Vidyasagar University, this course has been introduced in the undergraduate courses in constituent colleges and the syllabus in Education concept of Education and factors. Different points of the syllabus have incorporated ideas, events, personalities, and texts that formed the backbone of each period with clear awareness of parallel or related trends in the continent. The courses also have been designed to acquaint the students with the history of the Education, Educational system and Education in India During ancient and medieval period, British period, and after independence.

Keeping the above view in mind our department try-

  • To provide all information regarding the scope and opportunities of this subject.
  • To impart the lessons in such a way that the students feel they always surrounded by economic phenomenon in their day-to-day life.
  • To make students more equipped with this subject by taking class seminars, class test and by completion of syllabus in due time.
  • To make the knowledge perfect and matured and attain finality
  • To work as consultants/mentors by the teachers to help the students to fulfill their dream and to motivate them to become ideal human being.
  • To make the students more disciplined and punctual, the teachers act as friend, philosopher and guide.
  • To encourage students to take part in co-curricular activities such as sports, NSS, arts, music and other cultural competitions and to do short courses on Computer Training, Communication English to enhance their self-confidence.
At present the intake capacity of our department at UG Honours level is 76. The distributions of these 76 seats are presented in following table.

Sl. No. Caste Category Intake Capacity
1 General 33 
2 General PH 01
3 SC 16 
4 SC- PH 00
5 ST  05
6 ST-PH 00
7 OBC-A 08 
8 OBC-A PH 00
9 OBC-B 05 
10 OBC-B PH 00
11 EWS 08 
12 EWS- PH 00
Total 76 

Though the admission in the department is done on merit basis, but keeping in view the concept of globalization, the age of electronic media, the best utilization of human resources and social need of the day, students hailed from underprivileged class of this district, have been given special consideration during admission. Apart from this, students having distinction in sports, fine arts, music and students hailing from the adjoining area of the locality of the college, get opportunity to take higher education in this college. The complete admission procedure is online and it adheres to the rules and regulations of Vidyasgar University and the Higher Education Dept., Govt. of West Bengal.

The infrastructure facilities of our department is presented below

  • No separate departmental class room for lack of space.
  • One ICT enabled class room
  • No separate departmental library but central library caters to the needs of the students.
Year wise Student enrolment (Hons) during 2019-20 to 2023-24
Year Enrolment Gen SC ST OBC-A OBC-B Minority Total
2019-20 63 49 07 00 01 06 00 63
2020-21 46 38 03 00 01 04 00 46
2021-22 42 30 05 00 02 05 00 42
2022-23 37 36 01 00 00 00 00 37
2023-24 25 22 03 00 00 00 00 25

Academic Performance of the Students: The performance of the students in final examination for the last five years is given inthe following table –
Year Appeared Passed Percentage
2019-20 29 29 100
2020-21 29 29 100
2021-22 34 34 100
2022-23 29 29 100
2023-24 –  – 

The Education (Hons.) undergraduate course is designed to introduce students with the various traditions of Education in India during ancient and ancient and medieval period. The different courses of the Education undergraduate Programme is created History of Indian Education, The Programme tries to make the students understand the different periods of education, after independence, educational organization, management, planning. It tries to focus on Literary/Cultural studies which help to develop intellectual acumen and a better understanding of human life and experience. 

  • The new UG syllabus under CBCS also includes Indian classical educational system, Indian philosophical foundation and psychological foundation. The main rationale of the Programme is to acquaint students, who have just stepped in to the threshold of higher education, with an overall idea of literature, develop their critical insights, understand the reception of texts and make them familiar with scholarly methodology.
  • The new syllabus of studying literary and cultural texts is structured in such ways that it helps students think deeply about socio cultural issues of race and gender. It helps to develop the reasoning faculty of the mind and understand the cross cultural issues of influence and reception.
  • The Programme also helps to develop skills of educational Research and Educational Statistics
  • The Programme also helps to develop skills of ICT & e-learning.
  • The Programme also helps to develop skills of Project based learning, co-operative learning
  • students in good stead in the job market.

The Education (Hons.) undergraduate course is designed to introduce students with the various traditions of Education in India during ancient and ancient and medieval period. The different courses of the Education undergraduate Programme is created History of Indian Education, The Programme tries to make the students understand the different periods of education, after independence, educational organization, management, planning. It tries to focus on Literary/Cultural studies which help to develop intellectual acumen and a better understanding of human life and experience. 

  • The new UG syllabus under CBCS also includes Indian classical educational system, Indian philosophical foundation and psychological foundation. The main rationale of the Programme is to acquaint students, who have just stepped in to the threshold of higher education, with an overall idea of literature, develop their critical insights, understand the reception of texts and make them familiar with scholarly methodology.
  • The new syllabus of studying literary and cultural texts is structured in such ways that it helps students think deeply about socio cultural issues of race and gender. It helps to develop the reasoning faculty of the mind and understand the cross cultural issues of influence and reception.
  • The Programme also helps to develop skills of educational Research and Educational Statistics
  • The Programme also helps to develop skills of ICT & e-learning.
  • The Programme also helps to develop skills of Project based learning, co-operative learning
  • students in good stead in the job market.
Four fulltime state aided college teachers.
Sl. No. Name of the teachers Designation Date of joining Teaching experience Highest qualification Specialization
1 Smt.Soma Patra SACT-II 05.09.2012 12 Yrs. M.A. 1.Educational Technology 2.Mental Hygiene and Child Guidance
2 Mr.Sibaprasad Maity SACT-II 13.01.2014 10 Yrs. M.A. 1. Guidance and Counselling
3 Mr. Kanailal Maity SACT-II 25.09.2018 6 Yrs. M.A. 1. History of Education 2. Mental Health, Mental Hygiene
4 Mr. Snehasish Dolai SACT-II 25.09.2018 6Yrs. M.A. 1. Psychology 2. Environmental Education
Total 50classes per week are allotted for both general and honours course. Out of these, 39 are honours classes and 20 are general/Generic Elective classes. The workload of the faculty members is given below
Sl. No. Name of the teachers Class allotted (Hons.) Class allotted (General) Total
1 Mrs. Soma Patra  09 6  15
2 Mr. Sibaprasad Maity  10 4  14
3 Mr. Kanailal Maity  10 5 15
4 Mr.Snehasish Dolai 10 5 15

Teaching Plan under CCFUP

Teaching Plan (Honours Courses)
Semester Semester I Semester-II
Name of the Teacher MJ1 SEC1P MI1 MJ2 SEC2P MI2
Soma Patra Unite-2 Practical Activity Unite-2 Unite-1 Practical Activity Unite-1
Sibaprasad Maity Unite-3 Unite-4 Unite-2  Unite-2
Kanailal Maity Unite-1 Unite-1 Unite-3 Unite-3
Snehasish Dolai Unite-4 Unite-3 Unite-4 Unite-4
Teaching Plan ( General Courses)
Semester Semester- I Semester- II
Name of the Teacher MJ–A1/B1 SEC1P MI1 MJ –A1/B1 SEC2P MI2
Soma Patra Unite-2 Practical Activity Unite-2 Unite-1 Practical Activity Unite-1
Sibaprasad Maity Unite-3 Unite-4 Unite-2  Unite-2
Kanailal Maity Unite-1 Unite-1 Unite-3 Unite-3
Snehasis Dolai Unite-4 Unite-3 Unite-4 Unite-4
Teaching Plan:
Teaching Plan under CBCS
Teaching Plan (Honours Courses)
Semester Semester I Semester-III Semester V
Name of the Teacher CC1 CC2 GE1 CC5 CC6 CC7 SEC1 CC11 CC12 DSE1 DSE2
Soma Patra Unite-1 Unite-4   Unite-2 Unite-1 Unite-3&4 Unite-2 Unite-2 Unite-2 Unite-3  
Sibaprasad Maity Unite-4 Unite-2 Unite-1&2 Unite-3 Unite-4   Unite-4 Unite-3 Unite-1 Unite-2 Unite-2&4
Kanailal Maity Unite-2 Unite-3 Unite-3 Unite-1 Unite-3 Unite-1 Unite-1 Unite-1 Unite-1 Unite-4 Unite-1
Snehasish Dolai Unite-3 Unite-1 Unite-4 Unite-4 Unite-2 Unite-2 Unite-3 Unite-4 Unite-3 Unite-1 Unite-3
Semester Semester II Semester IV Semester VI
Name of the Teacher CC3 CC4 GE2 CC8 CC9 CC10 SEC2 CC13 CC14 DSE3 DSE4
Soma Patra Unite-4 Unite-1 Unite-1 Unite-2 Unite-3 Unite-3 Unite-3 Unite-3 Unite-1 Unite-4 Unite-3
Sibaprasad Maity Unite-2 Unite-4 Unite-4 Unite-3 Unite-4 Unite-2 Unite-2 Unite-4 Unite-3&4 Unite-3 Unite-2
Kanailal Maity Unite-3 Unite-2 Unite-2 Unite-4 Unite-1 Unite-1 Unite-1 Unite-1 Unite-2 Unite-2 Unite-1
Snehasish Dolai Unite-1 Unite-3 Unite-3   – Unite-1 Unite-2 Unite-4   Unite-2   Unite-1 Unite-4
Teaching Plan ( General Courses)
Semester Semester- I Semester- III Semester- V
Name of the Teacher DSC-1A DSC-3A SEC-1 DSE-1A GE-1 SEC-3
Soma Patra Unite-1 Unite-3 Unite-1 Unite-1 Unite-1 Unite-1
Sibaprasad Maity Unite-3 Unite-2 Unite-2 Unite-2 Unite-2 Unite-2
Kanailal Maity Unite-2 Unite-1 Unite-3 Unite-4 Unite- Unite-3
Snehasis Dolai Unite-4 Unite-4 Unite-4 Unite-3 Unite-3 Unite-4
Sem. Semester- II Semester- IV Semester- VI
Name of the Teacher DSC-2A DSC-4A SEC-2 DSE-2 GE-2 SEC-4
Soma Patra Unite-1 Unite-4 Unite-1 Unite-1 Unite-3 Unite-1
Sibaprasad Maity Unite-3 Unite-3 Unite-3 Unite-2 Unite-2 Unite-2
Kanailal Maity Unite-2&4 Unite-1 Unite-2 Unite-4 Unite-4 Unite-3
Snehasis Dolai Unite-5 Unite-2 Unite-4 Unite-3 Unite-1 Unite-4
  Syllabus distribution under CCFUP Syllabus distribution (Honours Courses)
Sl. No. Name of the Teacher Semester Assigned parts of the Syllabus for Honours courses No of lectures Classes per week Tentative date of completion
1 Soma Patra     I   MJ – 1T: Philosophical Foundation of Education Child/learner influence of heredity and environment on the learner.Teacher qualities and duties of a good teacher Curriculum and co-curricular activities – concept, types and significance of co-curricular activities. Educational institutions informal, formal and non-formal, their interrelation.  1 1
2 Sibaprasad Maity MJ – 1T: Philosophical Foundation of Education Philosophy: Concept and branches Western Philosophical thoughts and their influence on Education – Idealism, Naturalism, Pragmatism and Realism. Indian Philosophical thoughts and their influence on Education – Samkhya, Yoga, Buddhism Jainism and Islamic      
3 Kanailal Maity MJ – 1T: Philosophical Foundation of Education Meaning, nature, scope, and aims of Education. Individualistic and socialistic aim (meaning, characteristics, and difference) Report of Delor’s Commission (UNESCO, 1996) Educational Philosophy: Meaning, nature, scope, and relation between education and philosophy.    1  
4 Snehasish Dolai MJ – 1T: Philosophical Foundation of Education Great Educators and Education (w.r.t Aims, Curriculum, Method of Teaching) Rabindranath Tagore, Swami Vivekananda, John Dewey, Bertrand Russell      
1 Soma Patra Sibaprasad Maity Kanailal Maity Snehasish Dolai I SEC1P: Institutional Survey In an Institutional Survey, Students may cover any four of the following areas of the Institution and can follow either qualitative or quantitative or mix method of analysis for preparing the report of the Institution. Report should be within 5000 words (A4 pages) and to be submitted as per University Schedule      
1 Kanailal Maity I MI-1: Introduction to education The narrow and broader concept of education. Education as process and product, as Science and Arts. Meaning, nature, and scope of education. Aims of education-individual, social, vocational, and democratic. Aims of modern education with special reference to Delor’s Commission      
2 Soma Patra MI-1: Introduction to education Child/learner influence of heredity and environment on the learner. Teacher qualities and duties of a good teacher. Curriculum-concept, and types. Co-curricular activities meaning, values, and significance. Educational institutions informal, formal, and non-formal, their interrelation      
3 Snehasish Dolai MI-1: Introduction to education Agencies of Education Such as Home, School, State, Mass media-television, radio, cinema, and newspaper        
4 Sibaprasad Maity MI-1: Introduction to education Child Centricism and Play-way in Education. Concept of child-centricism in education. Characteristics and significance of child centralism in education. Concept of play and work. Characteristics of play way in Education. Kindergarten, Montessori, Project method.      
1 Soma Patra   II   MJ – 2T: Psychological  Foundation of Education Relation between Psychology and Education Meaning and Definition of Education and Psychology, and their relationship. Relation between Education and Psychology Nature and Scope of educational Psychology Methods of Educational Psychology      
2 Sibaprasad Maity MJ – 2T: Psychological  Foundation of Education Stages and Types of Hun in development and their educational significance Piaget’s cognitive development  sent theory Erikson’s psycho-social development theory Kohlberg’s moral development theory Personality Concept, Types and development.      
3 Kanailal Maity MJ – 2T: Psychological  Foundation of Education Intelligence & Creativity such as Intelligence: Concept and Nature, Theories of Intelligence as d their implications-Spearman, Thurston, Guilford and Gardner. Measurement of Intelligence verbal, non-verbal, and performance tests, Emotional Intelligence Concept and Nature, Creativity: meaning, nature, factors, and nurturing      
4 Snehasish Dolai MJ – 2T: Psychological  Foundation of Education Learning and Memorization such as Definition and characteristics of Learning, Factors influencing learning. Theories of learning and their implications Classical and Operant conditioning, Trial and Error, Insightful Learning. Transfer of Learning: Concept, Types, and Strategies for Promoting transfer. Memorization: Definition, factors, LTM, STM, Strategies for effective memorization Forgetting- meaning and causes      
1 Soma Patra Sibaprasad Maity Kanailal Maity Snehasish Dolai II SEC 2P: Application of Educational Psychological Test Study Habit Inventory, Test Anxiety Scale. KNPI Personality test [using Sixty-six (66) items to be responded to across a 5-point scale of the inventory]/ Cattell’s 16 PF on personality rest, Any Achievement test, Any one non-verbal intelligence test (1.c. Kohs block Design), Sociometric Test, Educational Aspiration Scale, MSE (Mental Status Examination), Job Satisfaction Scale, Socio-Economic Status Scale      
1 Soma Patra II   MI-2: Educational Psychology Relation between Psychology and Education such as , Meaning and Definition of Education and Psychology, and their relationship. Relation between Education and Psychology, Nature and Scope of educational Psychology, Methods of Educational Psychology      
2 Sibaprasad Maity MI-2: Educational Psychology Stages and Types of Hun in development and their educational significance, Piaget’s cognitive development sent theory, Erikson’s psycho-social deployment theory, Kohlberg’s moral development theory, Personality Concept, Types and development.        
3 Kanailal Maity MI-2: Educational Psychology   Intelligence & Creativity such as Intelligence: Concept and Nature, Theories of Intelligence as d their implications-Spearman, Thurstone, Guilford and Gardner. Measurement of Intelligere verbal, non-verbal, and performance tests, Emotional Intelligence Concept and Nature, Creativity: meaning, nature, factors, and nurturing      
4 Snehasish Dolai MI-2: Educational Psychology Learning and Memorization such as Definition and characteristics of Learning, Factors influencing learning, Theories of learning and their implications Classical and Operant conditioning, Trial and Error, Insightful Learning, Transfer of Learning: Concept, Types, and Strategies for Promoting transfer, Memorization: Definition, factors, LTM, STM, Strategies for effective memorization Forgetting- meaning and causes      
                Syllabus distribution (General Courses)
Sl. No. Name oftheTeacher Semester Assigned parts of the Syllabus for Honours courses No of lectures Classesper week Tentative date of completion
1 Kanailal Maity I   MJ-1: Educational Philosophy The narrow and broader concept of education. Education as process and product, as Science and Arts. Meaning, nature, and scope of education. Aims of education-individual, social, vocational, and democratic. Aims of modern education with special reference to Delor’s Commission      
2 Soma Patra MJ-1: Educational Philosophy Child/learner influence of heredity and environment on the learner. Teacher qualities and duties of a good teacher. Curriculum-concept, and types. Co-curricular activities meaning, values, and significance. Educational institutions informal, formal, and non-formal, their interrelation      
3 Snehasish Dolai MJ-1: Educational Philosophy Agencies of Education Such as Home, School, State, Mass media-television, radio, cinema, and newspaper      
4 Sibaprasad Maity MJ-1: Educational Philosophy Child Centricism and Play-way in Education. Concept of child-centricism in education. Characteristics and significance of child centralism in education. Concept of play and work. Characteristics of play way in Education. Kindergarten, Montessori, Project method.      
1 Soma Patra Sibaprasad Maity Kanailal Maity Snehasish Dolai I SEC1P: Institutional Survey In an Institutional Survey, Students may cover any four of the following areas of the Institution and can follow either qualitative or quantitative or mix method of analysis for preparing the report of the Institution. Report should be within 5000 words (A4 pages) and to be submitted as per University Schedule      
1 Kanailal Maity I MI-1: Introduction to education The narrow and broader concept of education. Education as process and product, as Science and Arts. Meaning, nature, and scope of education. Aims of education-individual, social, vocational, and democratic. Aims of modern education with special reference to Delor’s Commission      
2 Soma Patra   MI-1: Introduction to education Child/learner influence of heredity and environment on the learner. Teacher qualities and duties of a good teacher. Curriculum-concept and types. Co-curricular activities meaning, values, and significance. Educational institutions informal, formal, and non-formal, their interrelation      
3 Snehasish Dolai   MI-1: Introduction to education Agencies of Education Such as Home, School, State, Mass media-television, radio, cinema, and newspaper        
4 Sibaprasad Maity   MI-1: Introduction to education Child Centralism and Play-way in Education. Concept of child-centralism in education. Characteristics and significance of child centralism in education. Concept of play and work. Characteristics of play way in Education. Kindergarten, Montessori, Project method.      
1 Soma Patra II MJ-2: Educational Psychology Relation between Psychology and Education such as, Meaning and Definition of Education and Psychology, and their relationship. Relation between Education and Psychology, Nature and Scope of educational Psychology, Methods of Educational Psychology      
2 Sibaprasad Maity II MJ-2: Educational Psychology Stages and Types of Hun in development and their educational significance, Piaget’s cognitive development sent theory, Erikson’s psycho-social deployment theory, Kohlberg’s moral development theory, Personality Concept, Types and development.      
3 Kanailal Maity II MJ-2: Educational Psychology Intelligence & Creativity such as Intelligence: Concept and Nature, Theories of Intelligence as d their implications-Spearman, Thurstone, Guilford and Gardner. Measurement of Intelligere verbal, non-verbal, and performance tests, Emotional Intelligence Concept and Nature, Creativity: meaning, nature, factors, and nurturing      
4 Snehasish Dolai II MJ-2: Educational Psychology Learning and Memorization such as Definition and characteristics of Learning, Factors influencing learning, Theories of learning and their implications Classical and Operant conditioning, Trial and Error, Insightful Learning, Transfer of Learning: Concept, Types, and Strategies for Promoting transfer, Memorization: Definition, factors, LTM, STM, Strategies for effective memorization Forgetting- meaning and causes      
1 Soma Patra II   MI-2: Educational Psychology Relation between Psychology and Education such as, Meaning and Definition of Education and Psychology, and their relationship. Relation between Education and Psychology, Nature and Scope of educational Psychology, Methods of Educational Psychology      
2 Sibaprasad Maity   MI-2: Educational Psychology Stages and Types of Hun in development and their educational significance, Piaget’s cognitive development sent theory, Erikson’s psycho-social deployment theory, Kohlberg’s moral development theory, Personality Concept, Types and development.      
3 Kanailal Maity   MI-2: Educational Psychology Intelligence & Creativity such as Intelligence: Concept and Nature, Theories of Intelligence as d their implications-Spearman, Thurstone, Guilford and Gardner. Measurement of Intelligere verbal, non-verbal, and performance tests, Emotional Intelligence Concept and Nature, Creativity: meaning, nature, factors, and nurturing      
4 Snehasish Dolai   MI-2: Educational Psychology Learning and Memorization such as Definition and characteristics of Learning, Factors influencing learning, Theories of learning and their implications Classical and Operant conditioning, Trial and Error, Insightful Learning, Transfer of Learning: Concept, Types, and Strategies for Promoting transfer, Memorization: Definition, factors, LTM, STM, Strategies for effective memorization Forgetting- meaning and causes      
1 Soma Patra Sibaprasad Maity Kanailal Maity Snehasish Dolai II SEC 2P: Application of Educational Psychological Test Study Habit Inventory, Test Anxiety Scale. KNPI Personality test [using Sixty-six (66) items to be responded to across a 5-point scale of the inventory]/ Cattell’s 16 PF on personality rest, Any Achievement test, Any one non-verbal intelligence test (1.c. Kohs block Design), Sociometric Test, Educational Aspiration Scale, MSE (Mental Status Examination), Job Satisfaction Scale, Socio-Economic Status Scale.      
                      Syllabus distribution under CBCS Syllabus distribution (Honours Courses)
Sl. No. Name oftheTeacher Semester Assigned parts of the Syllabus for Honours courses No of lectures Classesper week Tentative date of completion
1 Soma Patra     I CC – 1: Introduction to Education:- Narrow and broader concept of education Meaning, nature and scope of education. Aims of education – individual, social, vocational and democratic. Aims of modern education with special reference to Delor’s Commission.  1 1
CC – 2: History of Indian Education Radhakrishnan Commission (aim, curriculum of higher education, rural university). Mudaliar Commission. Kothari Commission . National Policy of Education  1986 , POA 1992,   1  
GE – 1: Educational Psychology Learning: Error, Classical conditioning and Gestalt theory of learning.  Learning relation to; Attention, Interest, Maturation and Motivation.   1  
 III CC – 5: Sociological Foundation of Education Meaning and definition. Types of Social groups and Tertiary. Role of the family and school in Socialization process,    1 13/10/2023 to 27/01/2024
CC- 6: Educational Organization, Management and Planning:-  Organization and Management Concept of organization Concept of school organization,   1  13/10/2023 to 27/01/2024
CC – 7: Guidance and Counselling – Meaning, Techniques, Types 1. Counselling- Meaning, importance and Scope 2. Techniques of  Counselling 3. Individual and Group Counselling –Meaning , Importance    Basic data necessary for Guidance 1. Tools for collecting information on pupil: Intelligence Test, Personality Test, Aptitude Test 2. Cumulative Record Card 3. Anecdotal Record Card.   1 13/10/2023 to 27/01/2024
 SEC-1: Communication Skill Listening Skills Principles of listening skills  Types of listeners  Barriers to listening,    1  
   V CC -11: Evaluation and Measurement in Education (Formative and Summative)  Types and steps of evaluation  Norm-Referenced Test and Criterion Referenced Test.  Grading and Credit system.     18/09/2023 to 06/01/2024
CC – 12: Statistics in Education  Normal Distribution and Derived Score  Concept of Normal Distribution- in Education  Divergence Normality- Skewness and Kurtosis Derived Scores- Z-Score, T Score and Standard Score      
DSE – 1: Peace and Value Education  Meaning , Definition, Concept of Value Education  Classification of Values and Sources of Values  Need For Value education in the 21st Century  Fostering Values – Role of Home, School and Society,      
2 Sibaprasad Maity    I CC – 1: Introduction to Education  Child Centricism and Play-way in Education Concept of child centricism in education. Characteristics and significance of child centricism in education. Kindergarten, Montessori, Project method.      
CC – 2: History of Indian Education Education in India during British period (1800-1853). Sreerampore trio and their contribution in the field of education. Charter Act, Orientaloccidental controversy. Macaulay Minute and Bentinck’s resolution. Adam’s report.      
GE – 1: Educational Psychology Educational Psychology: Meaning, Nature and Scope  Relation. Stages of Development of a Child: Infancy, Childhood and Adolescence.  Aspects of Child Development : Physical, Intellectual, Emotional, Social.      
  III CC – 5: Sociological Foundation of Education Concept of Social Change. Interrelation between Social change and Education Social stratification and Social Mobility.. Social interaction Process.     13/10/2023 to 27/01/2024
CC- 6: Educational Organization, Management and Planning Educational Planning Meaning of educational planning. Aims and objectives of educational planning Steps of educational planning. Types and significance of educational planning.     13/10/2023 to 27/01/2024
SEC-1: Communication Skill Reading and Writing Skills  Previewing, skimming, and scamming  Development of skills for correct pronunciation, reading and comprehension  Sentence formation and punctuation.     13/10/2023 to 27/01/2024
   V  CC -11: Evaluation and Measurement in Education Tools and Techniques of Evaluation 1. Concept of Tools and Techniques 2. Testing tools i) Educational : Essay type and Objective type, Written , Oral, and Practical ii) Psychological: Personality Test- Types, Rorschach Ink Blot Test – Techniques: i) Self reporting : Interview , Questionnaire ii) Observation.    1  18/09/2023 to 06/01/2024
CC – 12: Statistics in Education Concept of Statistics and Descriptive Statistics  Concept of Statistics. Uses of Statistics in Education Meaning & measures of Central Tendency- Arithmetic Mean, Median and Modetheir Properties, Calculation and Application.   1  
DSE – 1: Peace and Value Education Role of Peace for Non-Violence  Gandhian principle of Non Violence  Role of Educational Institutional in Promoting Peace education.   1  
DSE – 2: Teacher Education Development of teacher education in India  Historical perspective of development of teacher education in IndiaØ  Recommendations of Kothari CommissionØ  Recommendations of National Policy on Education regarding teacher education.   1 18/09/2023 to 06/01/2024
SEC-2: Special Education Education of Children with: 1. Visual Impairment: identification, intervention, education and prevention. 2. Hearing Impairment: identification, intervention, education and prevention.  Education of Children with: Speech and Language Disorders: identification,  intervention, education and prevention.   2  
3 Kanailal Maity   I CC – 1: Introduction to Education Child / learner: influence of heredity and environment on the learner Teacher: qualities and duties of a good teacher. Curriculum- concept and types. Co-curricular activities: meaning, values and significance.    1  
CC – 2: History of Indian Education Education in India during British period (1854-1946) Woods Despatch, Hunter Commission. Curzon policy regarding primary, secondary and higher education, National education movement (cause and effect). Basic education (concept and development). Sadler Commission.   1  
GE – 1: Educational Psychology Concept and definition.Ø  Development of Personality.Ø  Types and Traits Approaches to Personality.Ø  Individual Differences: Concepts and Types.Ø  Causes of Individual Differences.    1  
 III CC – 5: Sociological Foundation of Education Meaning and definition of Sociology of Education. Relation between Sociology and Education Nature of Sociology of Education. Scope of Sociology of Education.      
CC- 6: Educational Organization, Management and Planning Meaning of educational management. Objectives of educational management. Types of educational management. Significance of educational management.      
CC – 7: Guidance and Counselling 1.       Guidance – Meaning, Definitions and Functions 2.        Individual Guidance – Meaning, advantages and disadvantages 3.        3. Group Guidance – Meaning and Advantages and disadvantages .      
SEC-1: Communication Skill Introduction to Communication  Meaning, Nature and types of  communication  Principles of communication  Process of communication: Sender, encoding, recipient, decoding and feedback  Barriers of effective communication.      
   V CC -11: Evaluation and Measurement in Education Concept  Scope and Need of Educational Measurement and Evaluation  Relation between Measurement, Assessment and Evaluation.Ø  Scales of Measurement- Nominal, Ordinal, Interval and Ratio.     18/09/2023 to 06/01/2024
CC – 12: Statistics in Education Meaning  measures of Variability- Range, Standard Deviation and Quartile Deviation – their Properties, Calculation and Application. Percentile and Percentile Rank – Definition,.     18/09/2023 to 06/01/2024
DSE – 1: Peace and Value Education Concept and meaning of teacher educationØ  Scope of Teacher Education  Aims and objectives of Education at Elementary, Secondary and College level .Teacher training Vs Teacher education.     18/09/2023 to 06/01/2024
4 Snehasish Dolai   I CC–1: Introduction to Education Agencies of Education Home School State Mass-media- television, radio, cinema and newspaper.      
CC–2: History of Indian Education Education in India during ancient and medieval period Vedic (aim, curriculum, teaching method, teacher-pupil relation) Brahmanic Buddhistic, Islamic      
SEC-1: Communication Skill Intelligence: Concept and Definition.  Theories of intelligence: Two-factor, Group-factors and Structure of Intellect.  Intelligence Test: Verbal, Non-verbal test and their uses.   1  
4 Snehasish Dolai    III CC–5: Sociological Foundation of Education Social Communication in Education Social Communication : Concept. Informal agencies of social communication. Inter relation between Culture, religion and Education.. Inter relation between Technology, Economy and Education.    1  
CC–6: Educational Organization, Management and Planning Educational organization Meaning of school plant. Elements of school plant ( concepts only). Features of library and time-table. Features of school medical services, workshop, computer laboratory.   1  
CC–7: Guidance and Counselling Guidance – Educational, Vocational, Personal 1. Educational Guidance- Meaning, Function at different stages of Education 2. Vocational Guidance- Meaning, Function at different stages of Education 3. Personal Guidance- Meaning, Importance for the Adolescents.    2  
SEC-1: Communication Skill Speaking Skills  Verbal and non-verbal communication  Public speaking: Extempore  Group discussion.   1  
4 Snehasish Dolai   V CC–11: Measurement and Evaluation in Education Criteria of a Good Tool and its Construction  Characteristics of a good tool  (i) Usability -Concept  Steps for construction  & standardization of Achievement test.   1 18/09/2023 to 06/01/2024
CC–12: Statistics in Education Measure of Relationship  Bivariate Distribution- Concept and types of Correlation  Scatter Diagram (only Concept)  Uses of Correlation  Computation of Co-efficient of Correlation by Rank Difference method and Product  Moment method,   1 18/09/2023 to 06/01/2024
 DSE-1: Peace and Value Education Peace Education  Concept and Scope of Peace Education  Aims of peace Education  Role of Teachers in Promoting Peace education  NCFTE 2009 on Peace Education.   1 18/09/2023 to 06/01/2024
DSE-2: Teacher Education Role of  NCTE  NCERT  NUEPA.    1  
SEC-2: Special Education Education of Children with: Physically Handicraft: identification, Disabilities: identification, intervention, education and prevention.    1  
 
1 Soma patra  II DSC 2:-  Educational Psychology: – Meaning, Nature and ScopeØ  Relation between Education and Psychology, Methods of Educational Psychology.     20/03/2023 to 28/07/2023
 IV DSC -4. History of Education in India   Radhakrishnan Commission-1948, with special reference to rural university.Ø  Mudaliar Commission (1952-53): Reports and Recommendations.Ø  Kothari Commission (1964-66): Reports and Recommendations.Ø  National Education Policy1986 and Revised Educational Policy of 1992     28/02/2023 to 08/07/2023
SEC-2: Educational Guidance and Counseling– Educational Guidance: Meaning, Definition, Scope.  Needs and Importance of Guidance.      
VI DSE-1B: Guidance and Counseling :- Guidance 1. Concept, Nature, Principles, and types— educational, vocational and personal. Individual and Group Guidance. 2. Role of parents, teachers, and counselor in guidance.     06/02/2023 to 14/06/2023
GE2T: Environmental Education– Environmental Education and Social Issues 1. Education for Sustainable development: From Unsustainable to Sustainable development. 2. Education of Urban Environment: Problems related to energy and water.      
 SEC-4 : Education of Children with Special Needs:- Education of Children with: 1. Visual Impairment: identification, intervention, education and prevention. 2. Hearing Impairment: identification, intervention, education and prevention.      
2 Sibaprasad Maity II DSC2AT: Educational Psychology–  Personality: Concept and definition.  Development of Personality.  Types and Traits Approaches to Personality.     20/03/2023 to 28/07/2023
IV DSC4AT: History of Education in India-   Sadler Commission -1917  Hartog  Committee Report. Wardha Schame.  The Sargent Plan (1944).      
SEC2T :- Educational Guidance and Counseling- Counseling: meaning, nature, scope.  Types of counseling.  Tools and techniques of Counseling.      28/02/2023 to 08/07/2023
VI DSE-1B: Guidance and Counseling – Counseling 1. Concept, Nature, Principles, Types — Directive, Non-directive and Eclectic; Individual and Group Counseling, 2. Counseling process, Characteristics of good counseling 3. Differences between guidance, counseling and psychotherapy .      06/02/2023 to 14/06/2023
 GE2T: Environmental Education– Education of Environmental Concepts 1. Concept of Environment and Ecosystem. Disasters: Natural and Man Made.      
 SEC2T : Educational Guidance and Counseling-  Different forms of Guidance.  Educational and Vocational Guidance.  Organization of Guidance service at different levels of education. Tools and techniques of Guidance..      
3 Kanailal Maity II DSC2AT: Educational Psychology– Growth and Development: Meaning and Concepts.  Stages of Development of a Child: Infancy, Childhood and Adolescence, Emotional, Social.   Intelligence: Concept and Definition.  Theories of intelligence: Two-factor, Group-factors and Structure of Intellect.      
IV DSC4AT: History of Education in India– Missionary educational activities in India: Characteristics and significance.  Serampore Mission: Contributions of the Trio to Education.  Charter Act of 1813.  Macaulay’s Minute.  Adam’s Report and its recommendations.  Woods Despatch (1854)      28/02/2023 to 08/07/2023
 SEC2T : Educational Guidance and Counseling Different forms of Guidance.  Educational and Vocational Guidance.  Organization of Guidance service at different levels of education. Tools and techniques of Guidance.      
VI DSE-1B: Guidance and Counseling– Adjustment 1. Concept and Definition of Adjustment, Characteristics of good adjustment, common adjustment problems in Childhood and adolescence, Adjustment Mechanism.     06/02/2023 to 14/06/2023
 GE2T: Environmental Education– Approaches and Methods of Environmental Education Approaches to Environmental Education: Interdisciplinary and Multidisciplinary Methods: Discussion, Seminar, And Workshop, Problem solving and Field survey.      
 SEC4T : Education of Children with Special Needs- Education of Children with: Physically Handicraft: identification, intervention, education and prevention.     06/02/2023 to 14/06/2023
4 Snehasish Dolai II DSC2AT: Educational Psychology– Learning: Meaning &Nature.  Factors associated with learning.  Theories of Learning: Trial & Error, Classical conditioning and Gestalt theory of learning.  Learning relation to; Attention, Interest, Maturation and Motivation.      
IV DSC4AT: History of Education in India–  Indian Education commission -1882.  Indian University Commission (1902).  National Education Movement.     28/02/2023 to 08/07/2023
 SEC2T : Educational Guidance and Counseling-  Difference between Guidance and Counseling.  Counseling process-relationships & its characteristics.  Role of parent, teacher & counselor in guidance  programme.      
VI DSE-1B: Guidance and Counseling-   Techniques of Collecting Information for Guidance and Counseling 1. Intelligence test, Aptitude test, Interest test, and Personality Test & Interview, CRC, ARC and Case Study     06/02/2023 to 14/06/2023
 GE-2: Environmental Education- Environmental Education 1. Environmental Education: Concept, Characteristics, Components and Scope 2. Historical Background of Environmental Education      
SEC-4 : Education of Children with Special Need- Education of Children with: Learning Disabilities: identification, intervention, education and prevention.     06/02/2023 to 14/06/2023
  Syllabus distribution (General Courses)
SL No. Name of the Teacher Sem. Assigned parts of the Syllabus forDSC/GE No of lectures Classes per week Tentative date of completion
1 Soma Patra      I DSC1AT: Principles of Education Meaning, Nature and Scope and Functions of Education. Individualistic and Socialistic aims of Education. 1  
  III DSC-3A(CC-3): Educational Sociology   Meaning, process and factors of socialization and Social Control. SEC-1: Value Education   Meaning and Concept and Needs of Value Education.  2  
  V DSE-1A: Great Educators   Swami Vivekananda and Sri Aurobindo SEC3T: Distance Education   Distance Education, Growth and Development. GE-1: Mental Health and Hygiene   Concept of Mental Health and Mental Hygiene.  Education and Mental Health & Hygiene. 1+1+1 1+1+1+  
2 Sibaprasad Maity  I DSC-1A(CC-1): Principles of Education  Meaning and Characteristics and aims of modern child centric education. 1  
III DSC3AT: Educational Sociology. Concept, nature, Factors and problems of social change in India. Meaning and Types of Social stratification  SEC-1: Value Education Morality: Meaning, Concept of morality.  Morality, Values in Education and Children’s Moral Development.    
 V DSE-1A: Great Educators Rabindranath Tagore ,  Mahatma Gandhi SEC-3: Distance Education Designing and preparing self-learning materials in Distance Education. ICT applications in Distance Education. GE-1 : Mental Health and Hygiene  Adjustment, Mechanism of Adjustment.    
3 Kanailal Maity 1 DSC1AT: Principles of Education Meaning, Types Principles and activities of curriculum.    
Kanailal Maity  III DSC-3A (CC-3): Educational Sociology Meaning, Nature and Scope Relation between Sociology and Education. SEC-1: Value Education  Social Values and Values in Classroom    
Kanailal Maity   V DSE1AT: Great Educators-: John Dewey (1859-1952).Ø  Madam Maria Montessori (1870-1952)    SEC-3: Distance Education-:   Self – support service in Distance Education. Technical and vocational Programmes  through Distance Education.    
4 Snehasish Dolai  I DSC1AT: Principles of Education-: Freedom and Discipline: Concepts.  Needs of discipline. Concept of Free discipline.  Concept of Self-discipline. Application of Discipline in Educational Institution.    01/09/2023 to 03/02/2024
Snehasish Dolai   III DSC-3A(CC-3): Educational Sociology- :  Social Agencies of Education and their educative role:. Family. School. State.  Mass media.    SEC-1: Value Education-: Peace Education: Meanings and Aims.Ø  Values in Peace Education.Ø  Values and Human Rights Education.    
Snehasish Dolai   V DSE-1A: Great Educators Jean Jacques Rousseau , F.W. August Froebel SEC-3: Distance Education Quality, Standards , Role  in Distance Education GE-1 : Mental Health and Hygiene Meaning and Definition Maladjustment Role of Family and School in remedial measures.    
             
             
1 Soma patra  II   DSC 2 :  Educational Psychology: –   Meaning, Nature and Scope  Methods of Educational Psychology.    1  
 IV DSC -4: History of Education in India–:Radhakrishnan  Commission , with special reference to rural university.  Mudaliar Commission (1952-53): Reports and Recommendations.  Kothari Commission (1964-66): Reports and Recommendations.  National Education Policy1986 and Revised Educational Policy of 1992    1+1  28/02/2023 to 08/07/2023
SEC-2: Educational Guidance and Counseling-  :  Educational Guidance: Meaning, Definition, Scope.  Needs and Importance of Guidance.
VI   DSE-1B: Guidance and Counseling :- Unit – I: Guidance 1. Concept, Nature, Principles, and types educational, vocational and personal. Individual and Group Guidance. 2. Role of parents, teachers, and counselor in guidance.    1+1+1  06/02/2023 to 14/06/2023
 
GE2T: Environmental Education:- Environmental Education and Social Issues 1. Education for Sustainable development: From Unsustainable to Sustainable development. 2. Education of Urban Environment: Problems related to energy and water.
 SEC-4 : Education of Children with Special Needs:-:- Education of Children with: 1. Visual Impairment: identification, intervention, education and prevention. 2. Hearing Impairment: identification, intervention, education and prevention.
2 Sibaprasad Maity II  DSC2AT: Educational Psychology– : Personality: Concept and definition.  Development of Personality  Types and Traits Approaches to Personality. Individual Differences: Concepts and Types. Causes of Individual Differences.      
2 Sibaprasad Maity IV   DSC4AT: History of Education in India -:Sadler Commission -1917Ø  Hartog Committee Report.Ø  Wardha Schame.Ø  The Sargent Plan (1944).      28/02/2023 to 08/07/2023
SEC2T :- Educational Guidance and Counseling– Counseling: meaning, nature, scope.  Types of counseling.  Tools and techniques of Counseling.
2 Sibaprasad Maity VI DSE-1B: Guidance and Counseling : Counseling 1. Concept, Nature, Principles, Types — Directive, Non-directive and Eclectic; Individual and Group Counseling, 2. Counseling process, Characteristics of good counseling 3. Differences between guidance, counseling and  psychotherapy .      06/02/2023 to 14/06/2023
 GE2T: Environmental Education–   : Education of Environmental Concepts 1. Concept of Environment and Ecosystem. Disasters: Natural and Man Made.
 SEC2T : Educational Guidance and Counseling-:   Different forms of Guidance.  Educational and  Vocational Guidance.  Organization of Guidance service at different levels of education.  Tools and techniques of Guidance..
3 Kanailal Maity II  DSC2AT: Educational Psychology–   : Growth and Development: Meaning and Concepts.  Stages of Development of a Child: Infancy, Childhood and Adolescence.Ø  Aspects of Child Development : Physical, Intellectual, Emotional, Social.      
Intelligence: Concept and Definition.  Theories of intelligence: Two-factor, Group-factors and Structure of Intellect.  Intelligence Test: Verbal, Non-verbal test and their uses.    
3 Kanailal Maity IV DSC4AT: History of Education in India– Unit –I:  Missionary educational activities in India: Characteristics and significance.Ø  Serampore Mission: Contributions of the Trio to Education. Charter Act of 1813.  Macaulay’s Minute.  Adam’s Report and its recommendations.  Woods Despatch (1854)    1+  28/02/2023 to 08/07/2023
 SEC2T : Educational Guidance and Counseling –:  Different forms of Guidance.  Educational and Vocational Guidance.  Organization of Guidance service at different levels of education.  Tools and techniques of Guidance.    1  
3 Kanailal Maity VI DSE-1B: Guidance and Counseling– Adjustment 1. Concept and Definition of Adjustment, Characteristics of good adjustment, common adjustment problems in Childhood and adolescence, Adjustment Mechanism.    1+1+1  
 GE2T: Environmental Education– Approaches and Methods of Environmental Education Approaches to Environmental EducationDiscussion, Seminar, And Workshop, Problem solving and Field survey.    
 SEC4T : Education of Children with Special Needs-:  Education of Children with: Physically Handicraft: identification, intervention, education and prevention.    
4 Snehasish Dolai II DSC2AT: Educational Psychology-      
 
Learning: MeaningØ &Nature.  Factors associated with learning.  Theories of Learning: Trial & Error, Classical conditioning and Gestalt theory of learning.  Learning relation to; Attention, Interest, Maturation and Motivation.    1+  
4 Snehasish Dolai IV  DSC4AT: History of Education in India Indian Education commission, University Commission, National Education Movement.    1+  
SEC2T : Educational Guidance and Counseling Guidance and counseling process, relationships, characteristics.  role of parent, teacher    1  28/02/2023 to 08/07/2023
4 Snehasish Dolai VI DSE-1B: Guidance and Counseling Techniques of collecting information for guidance and counseling, intelligence test, aptitude test and personality test & interview, CRC, ARC and Case Study    1  
 GE-2: Environmental Education– : Concept, characteristics, components and scope and historical background of environmental education    1+  
 SEC-4 : Education of Children with Special Need Education of children with learning, disabilities, identification, intervention, education and prevention.    1+  

Students of this department deal with versatile carrier option. Some students opt for higher studies and they are advised to take admission in reputed institutions like JNU, DSE, BHU, ISI etc. for conducting their post graduate, M.Phil and PhD. For this, students are given the special coaching to solve the previous question papers of entrance examinations conducted by several reputed institutions. Students who have requisite qualities for leadership, qualities of taking instant decision, are being advised to go for administrative service through competitive examinations. For this, we not only collect the titles of subjective, but also collect some magazines, namely, competition master and competition success etc. which are very helpful for competitive examinations. Students, who want to face challenge, are advised to take several self-employment generated schemes, to start a start-up business.

Students pursuing Ph.D./completed Ph.D. from different Institutions

Sl. No.Name of the StudentYear of PassingInstitution from Ph.D.Year of Enrolment
1Manjula Khatun2017Diamond Harbour Women’s University2021
2Suman Mahata2019Bankura University2021

 

Students Qualified NET/SET

Sl.
No.
Name of the Student Year of PassingYear of Passing (NET/ SET) Certificate No.
1Manjula Khatun2017JRF/NET , SET, 2021 
2Ruma Manna 2017NET/SET 


Student Progression in Higher Education

Sl.
No.
Name of the Student Year of PassingPG/Ph.D./ Other CoursesName Of Institute
1Arijit Mondal2016PGUniversity of Calcutta
2Putul Das2016PGUniversity of Calcutta
3ShrabantiKar2017PGBankura University
4Ruma Manna2017PGDiamond Harbour Women’s University
5Suparna Jana 2017PGVidyasagar University
6Radhakrishna Priya2018PGVidyasagar University
7 Shiuli Das2018 PGVidyasagar University
8Manash Mal2018 PGVidyasagar University
9Rubi Jana2018 PGVidyasagar University
10Sunita Khatuya2018PGVidyasagar University
11Pinki Barik2018PGDiamond Harbour Women’s University
12Suman Mahata2019PGBankura University
13Ditipriya Roy2021PGDiamond Harbour Women’s University
14Ankita Das2021PGDiamond Harbour Women’s University
15Baladeb Mondal2021PGVidyasagar University
16Suman Bar2023PGWest Bengal State University
17Arpita Bhunia2023PGNetaji Subhas Open University
18Rekha Bhunia2023PGNetaji Subhas Open University
19Rachana Das2023PGNetaji Subhas Open University
20Shibsnkar Mondal2023PGNetaji Subhas Open University
21Susmita Panda2023PGNetaji Subhas Open University
22Moumita Bej2023PGNetaji Subhas Open University
23Sanjukta Jana2023PGNetaji Subhas Open University
24Sita Mondal2023PGNetaji Subhas Open University
25Arpita Das2017PGNetaji Subhas Open University
26Gita Ojha2022PGDiamond Harbour Women’s University
27Annapurna Ghorai2020PGVidyasagar University
28Jayashri Das2020PGNetaji Subhas Open University
29Annapurna Roy2020PGRabindra Bharati University
30Dinabandhu Manna2019GNMUtkal University
31Nupur Bera2017BMLTDelhi

 

Employment of students

Sl.
No.
Name of the Student Year of Pass-outYear of JoiningPresent occupation
1Arpita Das20172023Teaching , Gandeep Mission School
2Sanjukta Jana20232023 
3Abhijit Dhali20212022Asst. Librarian, Belur Math
4Bithi  Berta20202020Lab Assistance
5Moumita Singha20222022Hospital Management
6Sanjib Mirdha20172018Indian Army
7Anusri Barik20192020Manapuram Gold Finance
8Sourav Giri20192020 Manapuram Gold Finance
9Subha Mondal20202023State Bank Of India
10Dipti Nayak20202022HDFC Bank
11Sambhudip Jana20202021Technician

One teacher of the department is doing Ph.D. in Ekalavya University. All teachers regularly participate and present papers in different national and international seminars and conferences. They also regularly publish their research paper in various journals or book chapters. Students are also encouraged to publish their papers in reputed journals.

Teachers Pursuing PhD

Sl.
No.
Name of the teachersProject work/Research Work Supervisor
1 Kanailal MaityA Comparative Study of Personality & Attitude towards Entrepreneurships Dimensions of Higher Secondary School Students of East Midnapur District, West Bengal

Dr.Archana Pathak

Ekalavya University,

M.P

 

Teachers Publication

Sl.No.Name of the teachersBooksBook Chapter

Journal Article

[UGC-Care Listed]

Other

Journal Article

Total
1      
2      
3      
4      
5      

 

Involvement of teachers in different sub-committees

Sl.No.Name of the teachersName of the sub-committees
1  
2  
3  
4  
Our department occasionally organise national and state level seminar/webinar. The details ofcurrentlyorganised national level webinar is given below.
Sl. No. Title Date  Resource Persons Number of Participants
1 One-day State Level Seminar “Role of Education for Socio- Physical Development: A Philosophical Approach”. 20.11.2019 1.     Dr. Subikash Jana 2.    Dr. Swapan Kumar Mishra 3.    Dr. Bibhuti Bhusan Nayak 4.    Dr. Ratan  Sarkar 450
  1. To open departmental libraries.
  2. To introduce student exchange programme with other institutions.
  3. We are planning to organize seminars, extended lectures, excursions.
  4. It is a good message that nowadays highly reputed MNC’s and corporate sector are providing employment in India with an objective to spread up their branches in the different corners of the third world countries. We are not exception to it. Such MNC’s can provide employment opportunity to the students of social science, particularly English. So presently our aim is to motivate the students to join these MNC’s. We have a plan to link up with those MNC’s so that our students avail the opportunity of employment
  1. Strength: Disciplined and sincere students.
  2. Weakness: Less student strength, insufficient fulltime faculty, infrastructure.
  3. Opportunity: Equipped computer lab, ICT class room and goodcollaboration with the faculty of other institutions.
  4. Challenge: To fill up full intake capacity, to orient them to get placed inthe right position in the societ

Our Teaching Faculty

Smt. Soma Patra

SACT-II (M.A.)

Mr. Sibaprasad Maity

SACT-II (M.A.)

Mr. Kanailal Maity

SACT-II (M.A.)

Mr. Snehasish Dolai

SACT-II (M.A.)

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