North Lakhimpur College

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Lakhimpur commerce college
উত্তৰ লখিমপুৰ মহাবিদ্যালয়
নৰ্থ লখিমপুৰ কলেজ
NLCollege LOGO.jpg
Logo of North Lakhimpur College
Motto आऩो भद्रा: क्रतवो यन्तु बिश्वत:
Motto in English
Let noble thoughts come from all directions
Type Public
Established 1952
Affiliation Dibrugarh university ,UGC, NAAC
Principal Dr. Biman Chandra Chetia
Academic staff
100
Administrative staff
120
Students 4200
Undergraduates 3000
Postgraduates 500
Other students
700
Location North Lakhimpur, Lakhimpur, Assam, India
Campus Urban
Colours blackish blue and white
Nickname NLC
Affiliations Dibrugarh University
Website www.nlc.ac.in

North Lakhimpur College (Assamese: উত্তৰ লখিমপুৰ মহাবিদ্যালয়) is an autonomous college, affiliated to Dibrugarh University in North Lakhimpur on the north bank of the Brahmaputra river in upper Assam. The college was established in 1952. In 2012, North Lakhimpur College was accredited with an "A" grade by the NAAC with a CGPA of 3.08.[1][2] On May 30, 2013, North Lakhimpur College received a letter from the University Grants Commission granting it the status of an autonomous college. North Lakhimpur College is the first college from Assam to receive this status from the UGC.[3][4]

History[edit]

The North Lakhimpur College is the oldest and a premier institution of higher education in upper Assam. It was established on 3 July 1952 at North Lakhimpur, which was recognized as a backward and remote area. The college was a fruit of the efforts and zeal of a core group of far-sighted people in particular and the people of this vast region in general.

Philosophy[edit]

The aim of the college is to throw the light of education and to help develop human resources. However, its objective is also to open the windows for noble thoughts to enlighten the institute. It wants to ensure all-round academic and intellectual development of the students by giving them the concept of purity of knowledge. North Lakhimpur College is, therefore, built around the principle of benevolence providing the students and teachers as many ingredients of perfection as possible within its limitations.

Academic Building of North Lakhimpur College

Academics[edit]

The college offers major (honours) courses in almost all customary subjects in the Arts and Science streams. It has 19 departments. The college accommodates nearly 1,000 students in the undergraduate courses, and it receives inter-state students.

Courses[edit]

The college offers following courses.

  • Higher Secondary (Arts and Science)
  • Bachelor's degree (Arts and Science)
  • Computer Science Degree (BCA)
  • PG Diploma Courses
    • Plant tissue-culture postgraduate diploma
    • Disaster Management postgraduate diploma
  • UG Diploma
  • Certificate Courses
    • Human Rights Diploma
    • Electronics Appliances Repairing Diploma
    • Herbal Plantation Diploma
  • Foundation Courses
  • UGC Career Oriented Courses[5]

The College also offers the courses of Indira Gandhi National Open University and Krishna Kanta Handique State Open University in the respective study centers of the open Universities in the college.

Educational departments[edit]

Arts[edit]

  • English Department
  • Assamese Department
  • Education Department
  • Economics Department
  • History Department
  • Political Science Department
  • Anthropology Department
  • Geography Department
  • Philosophy Department
  • Hindi Department
  • Mathematics Department

Science[edit]

  • Botany Department
  • Zoology Department
  • Chemistry Department
  • Physics Department
  • Electronics Department
  • Computer Science Department
  • Statistical Science Department
  • Economics Department
  • Anthropology Department
  • Mathematics Department
  • Home Science Department

Facilities[edit]

  • Library
  • Career Counselling
  • Training for Competitive Examinations
  • Boys Hostels
    • New Boys Hostel
  • Girls Hostel
  • Gymnasium
  • Playground

Principals[edit]

The principal is Biman Ch. Chetia, MSc, MPhil, PhD, from February 2012 to present.

Past principals[edit]

  1. Md. Nasim Ali Hazarika, MA, LLB (1952–1954)
  2. Dr. Biswanarayan Sastri, MA, PhD (1954–1958)
  3. Jogananda Borgohain, MA (1958–1985)
  4. Labanya Charan Deka, MA, LLB (I/C) (1985–1986)
  5. Harendra Deva Goswami, MA (I/C) (1986–1989)
  6. Hemendra Kumar Gogoi, MSc, MPhil (1989–2001)
  7. Dibyajyoti Phukan, MA (I/C) (March 2001–Sept 2001)
  8. Tilak Ch. Baruah, MSc, MPhil (I/C) (Oct 2001–July 2004)
  9. Dr. Jugada Phukan, MA, PhD, (I/C) (Aug 2004–Sept 2004)
  10. Achyut Ch. Mahanta, MA (I/C) (Nov 2004–July 2005)
  11. Dr. Suryabhushan Pandu, MSc, PhD, FISPP (Aug 2005–Dec 2005)
  12. Dr. Budhin Baruah, MSc, PhD (Jan 2006–Dec 2011)

References[edit]

  1. ^ nlcollege.org: Website of the College, Date of acquire :03-06-2013
  2. ^ http://web3.kar.nic.in/naac_accredit/NAAC_accreditationlist.aspx, search criteria: colleges, accredited colleges in: Assam, Cycle: 2, Date of acquire :03-06-2013
  3. ^ http://www.assamtribune.com/scripts/detailsnew.asp?id=jun2113/state06 UGC grants autonomy to North Lakhimpur College; The Assam Tribune; Date of acquire :21-06-2013
  4. ^ http://www.amarasom.glpublications.in/Details.aspx?id=13662&boxid=114957921 UGC grants autonomous status to North Lakhimpur College; Date of acquire :03-06-2013
  5. ^ nlcollege.org: College Website, Date: 21-02-2012

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 27°13′50.12″N 94°05′25.06″E / 27.2305889°N 94.0902944°E / 27.2305889; 94.0902944