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AN OVERVIEW:

Harhi college was established in the year 1996(Academic session 1998-99) and situated at a very beautiful landscape on the bank of the river Charikoria in the Sub-Division of Dhakuakhana. It is rural based co-educational institution having UG and HS programmes in Arts offering eleven subjects in major and general courses. Most of the people in this area basically belong to ST, SC, OBC and MOBC communities. It is the only premier institution of higher education in Arts stream covering four Panchayats in the Dhakuakhana and Dhamaji Legislative Constituencies.

HARHI COLLEGE & ITS OFFICIAL GLANCE:

28-06-2002

Initial Permission from Dibrugarh University.

24-03-2004

Permission Concurrence from Govt. of Assam.

21-01-2005

Temporary Affiliation from Dibrugarh University.

07-11-2005

Major Permission from Dibrugarh University in the subject of Pol. Science,History, Assamese & Sociology.

22-12-2005

Affiliation Concurrence from Govt. of Assam

22-12-2005

Major Concurrence from Dibrugarh University in the subject of Pol. Science,History, Assamese / Hindi & Sociology.

28-12-2006

Major Permission from Dibrugarh University in the subject of Philosophy,English,Economics & Education.

02-04-2008

Major Permission from Dibrugarh University in the subject of Mathematics and Anthropology.

05-06-2009

Major Concurrence from Dibrugarh University in the subject of Philosophy, English, Economics & Education.

07-07-2010

Permanent Affiliation from Dibrugarh University.

18-09-2011

The College is recognized by the UGC under 2(f).

21-01-2011

The College is recognized by the UGC under 12(B).

March, 2013

The College Provincialised by the Govt. of Assam. w.e.f. 1-1-2013.

FACILITIES:

The college has been making full efforts for the development of infrastructure of the college. The infrastructure development made by the college till date are-

  • Adequate class rooms to conduct various programmes.

  • A separate spacious and a well accommodated Administrative Building.

  • A separate office for Distance Education Centre.

  • A separate office for Ambedkar Study Centre.

  • A well furnished Computer Education Centre.

  • Separated department rooms for each department with book shelves.

  • Laboratories for the subjects of Anthropology & Education.

  • A temporary Canteen.

  • Two temporary Guest Houses with necessary accommodations.

  • Girls’ hostels with warden’s quarter and porter’s quarter.

  • A boys’ hostel

  • Pure drinking running water facility in the college and in the hostels.

  • High power generators for the college.

  • A 250 KVA Electricity transformer for the college and hostel.

  • A big play ground.

  • Indoor stadium for badminton and Table Tennis.

  • A digitalization Conference Hall with 50 seat capacity.

  • Well furnished common room for teachers and separate common rooms forboys and girls students with well equipment.

Student Support and Progression:

The entire gamut of activities done and facilities provided centre round for the all round development of student. For student and progression due attention has been paid by providing facilities of-

  • Post Metric scholarship (PMS) to SC, ST and OBC student from State Government.

  • Free admission is provided to one poor meritorious student by each Department (but recently Assam Govt. is providing free admission facilities to all poor students of the state).

  • Exemption of admission fee to outstanding sports person.

  • Awards from college authority as well as respective department(s) to students securing highest marks and first class first in term-end examination.

  • Coaching classes for entry into service under UGC scheme.

  • Cluster guidance system for academic guidance.

  • Remedial coaching to academically poor students.

The college is very much conscious regarding the problems and prospects of all section of student and to take care of them, provision have been made as-

  • Grievance and Redrassal Cell.

  • Anti Ragging Committee and Anti Ragging Squad.

  • Women Cell to look after the problems and prospects of women students.

VISION OF THE COLLEGE

To make the college a base of academic excellence catering to the needs and aspirations of the educationally, socially and economically backward population of this region. The college aims at providing higher education imbued with value and quality which develops potentiality, adaptability and sense of peace, harmony, brotherhood, social justice, morality, spirituality and nationalism.

MISSION OF THE COLLEGE

To build an institution brick by brick, through sustainable efforts with an environment which empowers the faculty and staff to facilitate teaching and learning process with active participation and encourages the students to develop competencies for lifelong learning and learning to learn with following inputs/outputs:-

(a) State of the art infrastructure.
(b) Faculty and staff development initiative.
(c) Research and development activities.

OBJECTIVE OF THE COLLEGE

Harhi College has the following long cherished goals and objectives which are by and large reflected through the plans, programmes and activities conducted by the college.

  • To harness the talent of the youths for the all round development of the area by infusing the spirit of social obligation and social and national responsibility among the students through quality education.

  • To promote higher education to the poor and needy students of this backward region irrespective of caste, creed, sex and religion.

  • Creating conducive academic atmosphere of higher learning in an area inhabited mostly by scheduled tribes, scheduled castes and other economically and socially downtrodden people.

  • To promote literacy and scientific outlook among the people.

  • To cultivate social, moral and spiritual values, among the students.

  • To help the students acquire right attitude, knowledge, understanding and competence by building a healthy environment.

  • To develop desirable qualities for all round development of personality.

  • To provide with ample opportunities to the young generation to reflect their views critically on social, economic, cultural, moral and spiritual issues faced by humanity, that contribute to the national development through dissemination of specialized knowledge and skill.

  • To build up intelligent democratic citizenship.

  • To develop a sense of responsibility and social belongingness and provide opportunity to involve themselves in the process of social and national development through the best practices of the institution.

  • To create awareness on self employment and entrepreneurship as career option among the students, alumni and other youth through proper guidance and counseling and by encouraging their participation in various career oriented courses.

  • To enable the students to appreciate and recognize India’s rich cultural

  • To make the students understand the diverse, social and cultural system of the country and motivate them to realize the sense of social harmony, peaceful co-existence, national integration and international understanding.

  • To create a sense of awareness among the students and the people on the issues related to environment degradation and make them act for the protection, preservation and development of the environment.

  • To work for and strive continuously pursuing of quality education to face the new challenges.

LIST OF TEACHING DEPARTMENTS

  • 1.Anthropology

  • 2. Advance Assamese

  • 3. English

  • 4. Economics

  • 5. Education

  • 6. History

  • 7. Hindi

  • 8. Philosophy

  • 9. MIL (Assamese, Hindi & Alt. English)

  • 10. Political Science

  • 11. Sociology

  • 12. Mathematics

DISTANCE EDUCATION AND OPEN SCHOOLING CENTRES

In order to create an opportunity to those students who would not be able to enroll themselves in the regular programmes due to various problems, Harhi College has provided an opportunity through Distance Mode for those students to enroll themselves in B.A., M.A. and H.S. programmes.

NATIONAL SERVICE SCHEME (NSS)

The National Service Scheme (NSS) is an important organization, providing opportunity for the students of the college to develop their personality through this scheme. The students of Harhi College can engage themselves in NSS activities as the opportunity is offered through the NSS section of Harhi College under Dibrugarh University. Students may contact with the Coordinator, NSS section of Harhi College.

INTERNAL QUALITY ASSURANCE CELL (IQAC)

The IQAC of Harhi College was formed during the academic session of 2008-2009, taking the Principal as the Chairperson of the IQAC, Harhi College. As the quality enhancement is a continuous and lengthy process, the IQAC, Harhi College works towards realising the goals of quality sustenance the IQAC. Harhi College always welcomes constructive suggestions from different corners towards the improvement of quality of the college.

STUDENTS' GRIEVANCE CELL

Harhi College formed the students' grievance cell during the academic session 2006-07 which always looks after the grievances of the students and initiates necessary steps for the solution. It also offers the opportunity to students, to air their grievances and valuable suggestions.

STUDENTS' AID FUND

The college has created a Students’ Aid Fund to provide financial assistance to marginalised students. The fund is created out of the subscription of the faculty members, librarian, office staff and well wishers of the College. Students who want to avail the financial benefit of this fund should apply with proper supporting documents to the Principal.

CO-CURRICULAR AND EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

In addition to the prescribed course of study the college encourages and motivates thestudents to organize and participate effectively in various co-curricular and extra- curricularactivities such as games and sports, fine-arts, literary and cultural activities, debating,symposium etc from time to time.

GAMES AND SPORTS

Facilities for games like football, volleyball, cricket, badminton, table tennis, carom, chess etc are available in the college.

STUDENTS ASSOCIATION

The Harhi College Students Union is a general body of the students of the college. Its membership is compulsory for every regular student of the college. The office bearers are elected annually except HCSU, no other students Association/ Union is recognised by the college. Students Union of the college is elected body to uplift various cultural, literary &sports activities among the students of the college.

RED-RIBBON CLUB

There is a Red-Ribbon Club under guidance of Assam State Aids Control Society in Harhi College, for creating awareness among the students, youths about the AIDS/HIV virus. The Club occasionally organizes awareness camps, seminar, quiz competition regarding AIDS disease and its prevention.

COLLEGE MAGAZINE

Harhi College has an Annual Magazine name ‘HARHIAN’ which is platform for the students to uplift their literary ambition. The editorial Board work under the guidance of the adviser. The ‘Harhian’ is a key to have a peep in to the past achievements and activities of the College.

BOYS' AND GIRLS' COMMON ROOM

Separate Boys' and Girls' common room facilities are provided to the students for recreational activities during their leisure periods.

LIBRARY

There is a library (rechristened as Ambeswar Dutta Borah Library) in the college with a present holding of approx. 8,000 (as on 10.05.2017) including Text Books, Reference Books, Journals, Periodicals and rare publications. Some of the individual teaching Departments also have their own Departmental Libraries and are maintained under the guidance of HOD of the respective departments. Very shortly, the college Library should be uplifted into a Digital Library as there is a huge grant of rupees already sanctioned from UGC under 11th Plan as an additional grant to improve the present library. The library of the College situated at the first floor of the newly built administrative building is providing a readable facility to each and every students of the College.

HOSTEL FACILITIES

There are two hostels in the college, one for Boys’ and one for Girls’. The newly constructed two storied Girls’ and the Boys’ hostels are now providing a good facility for the girls as well as boys coming from different economically backward places. The application for admission to the hostels is made to the Principal in the prescribed form with guardian’s acknowledgement. Hostel is governed by the Harhi College rules.

INDOOR STADIUM

The College has an Indoor Stadium at its premises. The stadium of the college has a capacity of 200 seats and every indoor game both for boys and girls are taking place there. The college has already successfully organized Inter College Badminton Tournament under Dibrugarh University.

MULTIPURPOSE GYMNASIUM HALL

Construction is going on of a multipurpose Gymnasium Hall at the college premises which will be completed within a short period of time.

CANTEEN

Canteen facilities are also available in the College Campus. It is taking every care to provide fresh and quality food at a reasonable price.

LABORATORIES

There are well-equipped modern laboratories for the subjects of Anthropology and Education for conducting practical classes.

COMPUTER/INTERNET

All the Departments are facilities with Computerized Smart Board to enabling the teachers to avail the modern technologies in class room. Teachers and students can access internet facilities and computers in the centralized computer class room with 50 numbers of computers & Laptops.

CAREER COUNCELING CELL

Harhi College has a career guidance cell to help the students in choosing the right track for their career advancement. The following are aims and objectives:
  • To provide information regarding careers, especially entrepreneurship.

  • To create awareness about self employment and entrepreneurship as a career option among students.

  • To provide basic information about the opportunities for self- employment and entrepreneurship and support systems available.

DEPARTMENTAL FORUM AND ASSOCIATIONS

Students are encouraged and guided by different Forum and Associations in various co-curricular and extra-curricular activities. Seminars, Quiz Competitions, Wall Magazine, Debating, Workshops etc. are organized by these organizations.

FACILITIES AVAILABLE

One Conference Hall

Playground, indoorStadium,Sports items.

Construction is going on of the Gymnasium Stadium

Hostels

Boys' hostel: 1 (one) Number of inmates:32 (thirty two)

Girls' hostel: 1 (one) Number of inmates:90 (Ninety)

Canteen: 1 (one)

Health centre: 1 (one)

NUMBER OF TEACHING AND NON- TEACHING POSITIONS IN THE INSTITUTION

Position

Teaching faculty

Non-Teaching Staff

Technical staff

Assistant Professor

 

*M

*F

*M

*F

*M

*F

Sanctioned by the UGC / University / State Government

22

12

09

03

 

 

Sanctioned by the Management / Society or

0

02

02

01

01

 

                                    *M – Male                               *F – Female

  1. Qualification of the teaching staff:

Highest qualification

Professor

Associate Professor

Assistant Professor

Total

Male

Female

Male

Female

Male

Female

 

Permanent teachers (sanctioned)

Ph. D

 

 

 

 

10

03

13

M. Phil

 

 

 

 

23

09

32

 

 

Higher Qualification

Assistant Professor

Total

Male

Female

Permanent Teacher (Sanctioned)

Ph. D

10

03

13

M. Phil

23

09

32

             

 

Nomination of Teachers for Staff Development Programmes

 

Academic Staff development

Programme (OP/RC/Other

Nos. of faculty Nomination

2013-14

2014-2015

2015-2016

2016-2017

Orientation program

 

09

02

03

Refresher course -

 

 

06

01

Seminars /Workshops

     76

  45

36

18

 

 

DOCTORATE HOLDERS WITH TOPICS

Sl. No.

Name of the Faculties

Departments

              Topic

Duration

1

Dr. JipulinaGogoi

English

Literacy Criticisms and Traditions in Eliot’s Poetry: Critical Comments and Discussion.

2011 2013

2

Dr. Jitu Kr. Chamuah

A Critical Study of R.K. Narayans Major Novels with Special Reference to Malgudi the Fictious Town Movement in India

2012  2015

3

Dr. ParashmoniKhanikar

Four Wheels of English Novel: A Study in Comparison and Contrast

2012 2015

4

Dr. RintuHandique

Education

Educational Status of the Tai Buddhist Communities of Assam: A Case Study of the Khamti’s

2012 2015

5

Dr. DipakshiBoruah

Comparative Study of Intelligence and Evaluation Pattern of Class X Students of Lakhimpur District of Assam

2013 2016

7

Dr. PrahladKonch

History

Socio-cultural and Economic Scenario of Sonowal (Kachari) in the District of Lakhimpur, Assam

2013 2015

8

Dr. RunjunDutta

Philosophy

The Concept of Reality in Western Philosophy and Indian Philosophy with Special Reference to Aurobindo’s Ultimate Reality

2012 2015

9

Dr. Nava Kr. Handique

Political Science

Role of Block in Rural Development with Special Reference to Lakhimpur and Dhemaji District of Assam

2012 2015

10

Dr. Pradip Kr. Dutta

A Study of Socio-cultural and Political Life of the Deori with Special Reference to Lakhimpur and Jorhat District of Assam

2012 2015

11

Dr. Deep Dutta

Sociology

Relevance of Dr. B. R. Ambedkar’s Philosophy in the Strengthening of Weaker Section at Present: A Case Study Based on Lakhimpur District, Assam

2012 2015

12

Dr. RanjitHandique

Impact of Flood on the Socio-economic Life of Rural Communities in Assam: A Case Study Based on MatmaraGaonPanchayat under Dhakuakhana Sub-division in the District of Lakhimpur, Assam

2012 2015

13

Dr. Parag Kr. Dutta

The Role ICT in the Development of Socio-economic Condition of Under Developed Society: A Case Study Based on Lakhimpur District of Assam

2012 2015

 

 

 

MINOR RESEARCH PROJECT (MRP)

Sl. No.

Name of the Project with Principal investigator

Duration

Title of the Project

U.G.C. Sanctioned letter with date

Total Grant

Sanctioned Amount

1

Dr.RanjitHandique

2013-15

"Impact of flood on the Socio-economic life of Rural Communities in Assam"

 F.5-160/2010-11(MRP/NERO/15295

1,35,000.00

2

Mr.GoutamSaikia

2013-15

"The Gandhian Concept of Non-violence with Relevance to Contemporary India"

F.5-416/2011-12/MRP/NERO/15294

1,35,000.00

3

Dr.PrahladKonch

2011-12

"The Socio-cultural Scenario of Kachari (Sonowal) in the District of Lakhimpur"

F.5-42/2011-11/MRP/NERO/52167 Dt. 22-02-2012

1,10,000.00

4

Mrs.DipakshiBoruah

2012-13

"Status Survey on the Literacy and Educational Empowerment among the Women of Tea Garden Labours in Lakhimpur district"

F.5-540/2011-12/MRP/NERO/20311 Dt. 08-01-2013

85,000.00

5

Mrs.ParashmoniKhanikar

2012-13

"Education to Disable Children: With Special Reference to the Disable Children of Dhakuakhana Sub-division of Lakhimpur district"

F.5-532/2011-12/MRP/NERO/20241 Dt. 05-01-2013

1,05,000.00

6

Mr.RintuHandique

2012-13

"Educational Awarness and Achievement at Elementary among the Tribal Students of Assam: With Special Reference to Mising Community of Lakhimpur District"

F.5-541/2011-11/MRP/NERO/20236 Dt. 05-01-2013

65,000.00

7

Dr.Jitu Kr. Chamuah

2012-13

"A Morphological Study of the Tai Language"

F.5-554/2011-12/MRP/NERO/26413 Dt. 21-01-2013

1,00,000.00

8

Mrs.BarnaliDutta

2012-13

"The Humanistic view of Dr.BhupenHazarika's Philosophy"

F.5-531/2011-12/MRP/NERO/16195 Dt. 21-05-2012

90,000.00

9

Mr. Padma KantaDoley

2012-13

Problem and Potentialities of Handloom Textile of the Mising Community: A Case Study of Dhakuakhana Sub-division of Lakhimpur District, Assam"

F.5-231/2012-13/MRP/NERO/2240 Dt. 25-03-2013

1,50,000.00

10

Mr. Deep Dutta

2012-13

"Impact of Residential Bridge Course on Child Labour of Assam : A Sociological Study of Lakhimpur, Assam"

F.5-63/2012-13/MRP/NERO/22338 Dt. 28-03-2013

1,50,000.00

11

Mr.DhrubajyotiDutta

2013-14

"Development and Prospects of Rural Tourism in Dhakuakhana: A Historical and Cultural Study of Dhakuakhana Sub-division under Lakhimpur District, Assam"

F.5-396/2012-13/MRP/NERO/22627 Dt. 28-03-2013

1,50,000.00

12

Mr.ThagendraChutia

2013-14

"Concept of Gandhian Village Swaraj with Special Reference to Dhakuakhana Sub-division of Lakhimpur district of Assam

F.5-424/2012-13/MRP/NERO/2255 Dt. 28-03-2013

1,50,000.00

13

Dr.RunjunDutta

2013-14

"The Humanistic view of Dr.RabindraNath Tagore's Philosophy"

F.5-432/2012-13/MRP/NERO/22531 Dt. 28-03-2013

1,40,000.00

14

Mrs.PratimaChetia

2013-14

"BhupendraSangeetatManabatabad"

 

1,20,000.00

15

Dr. Nava Kr. Handique

2013-14

"Role of Block in Rural Development: Special Reference to Dhakuakhana Development Block in Lakhimpur District of Assam

F.5-455/2012-13/MRP/NERO/941 Dt. 08-05-2013

1,45,000.00

16

Dr.Pradip Kr. Dutta

20-03-2014 to 19-09-2015

"Demands for Autonomy Movement in Assam: A Case Study of Deori"

F.5-454/2012-13/MRP/NERO/792 Dt. 19-03-2014

1,45,000.00

17

Dr.KalyanKonch

20-04-2014 to 19-04-2016

"Impact of Historical Temples on the Social Formation of Assamese Society: A Case Study based on Lakhimpur District of Assam"

F.5-265/2013-14/MRP/NERO/17976 Dt. 28-03-2014

2,85,000.00

18

Mr. Rajesh Chetia

29-03-2014 to 28-03-2016

"Demand for Tribal Status: A Study of Ahom Community in Assam

F.5-304/2013-14/MRP/NERO/17981 Dt. 28-03-2014

2,75,000.00

19

Mrs.SwapnaGogoi

02-07-2014 to 01-07-2016

"HirenBhattacharyarKabitatJatiyaChetana"

F.5-127/2013-14/MRP/NERO/619 Dt. 28-03-2014

1,70,000.00

20

Mrs.DipanjaliGogoi

2013-14

"Rituals Related to Death of Khamyang People of Sibsagar District of Assam"

F.5-02/2013-14/MRP/NERO/417 Dt. 06-05-2014

3,20,000.00

21

Mr.HiranyaKonch

20-07-2014 to 19-07-2016

"A Study of Socio-cultural life of the Sema Naga: A Case Study in Tinsukia District of Assam

F.5-323/2013-14/MRP/NERO/305 Dt. 06-05-2014

3,00,000.00

22

Dr.ParagDutta

20-07-2014 to 19-07-2016

"Problems and Prospects of Industrialisation in Assam: An Empirical Study Based on Lakhimpur District of Assam

F.5-324/2013-14/MRP/NERO/1486 Dt. 19-07-2014

2,50,000.00

23

Mrs.Parinita Borah

19-07-2014 to 18-07-2016

"KuriSatikarAsamiyaUpanyasatManavatavadiAdarsha"

F.5-125/2013-14/MRP/NERO/316 Dt. 06-05-2014

1,50,000.00

24

Mrs.KarabiGogoi

19-07-2014 to 18-07-2016

"KuriSatikarAsamiyaUpanyasatNariManastava"

F.5-126/2013-14/MRP/NERO/ Dt. 19-07-2014

1,50,000.00

25

Mr.Hari Prasad Chutia

20-07-2014 to 19-07-2016

"Ethnic Movement in Assam: With Special Reference to the Chutiya's"

F.5-305/2013-14/MRP/NERO/ 1471 Dt. 19-07-2014

2,80,000.00

26

Mr.Sarat Kr. Chutia

19-07-2014 to 18-07-2016

"AsomorLakhimpurZilarDhakuakhanaMohkumarDol, Dewalayaru Math MondirEtiGobekhanaMulakAdhayan"

F.5-128/2013-14/MRP/NERO/ 321 Dt. 06-05-2014

2,10,000.00

27

Mr.AnandaBharali

20-07-2014 to 19-07-2016

"Self Identity Movement of Mising Community: A Critical Study of Lakhimpur District of Assam"

F.5-266/2013-14/MRP/NERO/ 1438 Dt.

2,60,000.00

28

Dr.JipulinaGogoi

19-07-2014 to 18-07-2016

"Feminism &MamoniRaisomGoswami"

F.5-226/2013-14/MRP/NERO/ 436 Dt. 16-05-2014

1,80,000.00

29

Mr.AjitSarmah

22-08-2014 to 21-08-2016

"Socio-economic Condition of Tea Garden Labours in Assam: A Case Study of Lakhimpur District"

F.5-164/2013-14/MRP/NERO/ 1684 Dt. 20-08-2014

2,65,000.00

30

Mrs.BulumaKonowar

18-03-2015 to 17-03-2017

"DhakuakhanaAnchal Mai PrasalitMisingJanagusthiyonkeUtsav-Parvan"

F.5-279/2014-15/MRP/NERO/ 2223 Dt. 17-02-2015

1,60,000.00

31

Mr.SanjibBoruah

2014-15

"Socio-economic Status and Educational Achievement of Tribal Youth of Assam: With Special Reference to Mising of Lakhimpur District"

F.5-294/2012-13/MRP/NERO/ 3983 Dt. 27-03-2015

1,00,000.00

 

 

            SESSION 2012-13

  • Computers:
  • Laptop Rs.1,11,000+Rs.38,000+Rs.76,000+Rs.76,000=3,01,000
  • Desktop Rs.77,000+Rs.39,000=1,16,000
  • LCD projectors: Rs.65,000+Rs.68,500+Rs.68,500=2,02,000
  • Electronic Smart boards: Rs1,63,000+Rs.1,63,000+Rs.3,26,000=6,52,000
  • CC camera: 65000

 

SESSION 2014-15

  • Computers: Rs.96,000+Rs.78,000=1,74,000
  • CC TV camera: 75000