Bajali College

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Bajali College, Pathsala
Established 1955
Type Public
Principal Dr. Debendra Nath Sarma
Location Pathsala, Barpeta, Assam, India
26°30′12″N 91°11′6″E / 26.50333°N 91.18500°E / 26.50333; 91.18500Coordinates: 26°30′12″N 91°11′6″E / 26.50333°N 91.18500°E / 26.50333; 91.18500
Campus Suburban
Affiliations Gauhati University
Website www.bajalicollege.in

Bajali College (Assamese: বজালী মহাবিদ্যালয় ) is a self-financed institute affiliated to Gauhati University. It offers Bachelor of Art, Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Commerce and also offers Master of Science course.

History[edit]

Bajali College was established at Pathsala as a co-educational institution on 16th Aug, 1955. Presently, Bajali is the name of a civil sub-division bearing semi- urban feature with its headquarters at Pathsala under Barpeta district of Assam. The area has age old reputation for its cultural and socio economic factors.Its farmer populace was deprived of higher education till then and there was no institution of higher learning in the entire Bajali area . Youths aspiring for higher education, were to go out of the area. Most of them were from agro based families who were economically handicapped. So a group of enterprising social workers of Bajali under the dynamic leadership of Late Kameswar Das, a gold medalist in M.Sc (Mathematics) from Calcutta university, the first chairman of Assam Public Service Commission and an illustrious son of Bajali, founded Bajali College.

Mission of the College[edit]

Bajali college was established at Pathsala on 16 August 1955 with a view to removing the educational backwardness, providing accessibility of women to higher education, imparting science education leading to inculcation of scientific temperament among the rural mass and giving a standing to social needs and relevant assistance to the people of Bajali and its adjoining area. Its farmer populace was deprived of higher education till then and there was no institution of higher learning in the entire Bajali area . Youths aspiring for higher education, were to go out of the area. Most of them were from agro based families who were economically handicapped. So a group of enterprising social workers of Bajali under the dynamic leadership of Late Kameswar Das, a gold medalist in M.Sc (Mathematics) from Calcutta university, the first chairman of Assam Public Service Commission and an illustrious son of Bajali, founded Bajali College.

Academics[edit]

Science

  • HSSLC( Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate)or(10+2)
  • Bachelor of Science
  1. B.Sc in Physics
  2. B.Sc in Chemistry,
  3. B.Sc in Mathematics
  4. B.Sc in Zoology
  5. B.Sc in Botany
  6. B.Sc in Statistics
  7. B.Sc in Economics with Computer Applications
  • Master of Science
  1. M.Sc in Zoology
  2. M.Sc in Geography

Commerce

  • HSSLC( Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate)or(10+2)
  • Bachelor of Commerce
  1. B.Com Regular
  2. B.Com in Accounting
  3. B.Com in Finance
  4. B.Com in Management

Humanities

  • HSSLC( Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate)or(10+2)

Bachelor of Arts

  1. B.A in Assamese
  2. B.A in English
  3. B.A in Sanskrit
  4. B.A in Education
  5. B.A in Philosophy
  6. B.A in Economics
  7. B.A in Geography
  8. B.A in History
  9. B.A in Political Science
  10. B.A in Elective Assamese
  11. B.A in History & Mathematics
  12. B.A in Economics & Sanskrit
  13. B.A in Philosophy, Elective Assamese and Geography
  14. B.A in Tourism & Travel Management,Economics & Sanskrit
  15. B.A in Political Science, Statastics, Education & Tourism Management
  • Master of Arts
  1. M.A in Assamese

Engineering/Technologies

  • Certificate Course
  1. Certificate Course in DTP
  2. Certificate in Computer Proficiency Course
  3. Certificate Course in Electrical and Electronic Equipment Maintenance
  • Diploma Courses
  1. Diploma in Computer Proficiency Course

Facilities[edit]

  • Classrooms
  • Library
  • Laboratories
  • Internet facility
  • Computer Lab
  • Seminars and workshops
  • Hostels
  • Canteen
  • Transportation

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Intake Capacity[edit]

  • B.A (1st Year- 500, 2nd Year- 500, 3rd Year- 500)
  • B.Sc (1st Year- 200, 2nd Year- 200, 3rd Year- 200)
  • M.A (Previous- 20, Final- 20)
  • M.Sc (Previous- 16, Final- 16)

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References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.grotal.com/e/Bajali-College-C5759
  2. ^ http://www.indiastudychannel.com/colleges/1077-Bajali-College.aspx