Departments


Department of Economics

Year of Establishment                                            : 2004

Names of programmes/course offered                   : UG    (BA Economics Honours)

Duration of the Course                                           : Six Semester Course

No. of Students in the Department                         : 389

Number of Faculty members in the Department    : 4

Student Enrolment for Economics Honours- 2017

Semester No of Sections Number of Students
5th Semester 1 121
3thSemester 2 153
1st Semester 1 115
Total Number of students 389

 

  1. Faculty Profile
Name Qualification Designation Date of Joining Photo
Mr. Saju Mathew MA, M.Com, PGDIBO,  B.Ed. Asst. Professor & HoD 12- 02-2002
Mrs. Loreni Yanthan MA, B.Ed. TET Asst. Professor 17- 03-2010  
Mr. Kelengol Neikha MA, NET Asst. Professor 01-06-2016
Ms. Khriemenuo Pusa MA Asst. Professor 05-06-2017  


8. Awards/Recognitions received by students
 

YEAR Sl. No Name RANK/ AWARD
2017 1 Boduve  Yhobu 3rd  Rank
2 Khyothungo Patton 5th Rank
3 T Sungjemerenla 6th Rank
4 Achok M  Konyak 7th Rank
5 Hisolo  Magh 9th Rank
6 Renlamo 10th Rank
2016 1 Mharhomo V Murry Best Graduate-Governor’s Gold Medal
2015 1 Neito-U Mero 2nd Rank
2 Zevisanuo Khate 4th Rank
3 Benathung Shitri 6th Rank
4 Kethozelhou Ngulie 7th Rank
5 Julie Ramhlunmawii 9th Rank
6 Kanili Wotsa 9th Rank
2014 1 Wondanglo Y Kyong 1st Rank
2013 1 Tolivi H. Sumi Best Graduate-Governor’s Gold Medal
2012 1 Chothazu Nienu 1st Rank
2 Metsesuluveyie 4th Rank
3 Zademomurry 4th Rank
4 Praveen Dukpa 5th Rank
5 Tsutsamoezung 6th Rank
2011 1 Tokito Yepthomi 4th Rank
2 James Kaibo Konyak 5th Rank


9. Prominent Alumnae
  

— NPSC                                                              :1

  1. Wangan (EAC)

 

— Assistant Sub Inspector                               : 1

  1. Tamshau Shiu

— Armed Branch Sub Inspector (NP)             : 2

  1. James Kaibo Konyak
  2. Thungchio Ngullie

 

  1. Details of Infrastructural facilities

a) Library: Number of books in the Central Library (Economics Section)   :1303

  • — Number of Journals/ magazines (Economics) :12
  • — No of  Reference Books in the  Dept. Library           : 27

b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students: Internet facility is available in the office of the Department and Wifi facility is also available in the campus for the Staff where as the students have accesses to internet in the internet room.

c) Class rooms with ICT facility: All the class rooms are equipped with overhead projectors

 

11. National Seminars Organized              :3

  1. Topic: “Development of Hill Tribal Villages in North East India: With Special Reference to Nagaland” (14-15, September, 2007)
  2. Topic: “Rural Development in India: Prospects and Retrospect” (21-22 November 2008).
  3. Topic: Human Resource and Economic Development in India: Prospects, Challenges and Strategies (26-27-Aug, 2016) (ICSSR Sponsored)

 

12. Best Practices of the Department

a) Mentoring of Students

b) Industrial Visit for Final year students

c) Study Tour for 1st and 3rd Semester students

d) Seminars / Workshops, Open Forum Discussion

e) Annual Magazine of the Department

f) Economic Fest


Department of Education

 

  • Established on 1st July 2013
  • Offering under graduate course
  • Semester System
    • THE GOAL:
      • To Enable Students  To Bring Out The Best In Them
    • Objectives:
      • To enable students to build their confidence and develop  their skills and to impart the edagogy of education.
      • To motivate students to acquire the latest knowledge through research and social interaction.
      • To enhance students’ efficiency and affective formation

 

Faculty Profile

1.

  • Name           :               Vilavonuo Maria Kulnu
  • Qualification :               MA, NET
  • Designation  :               Professor HOD
  • Specialization :             Education
  • Years of experience :    5 years
  • E mail ID       :               Vilamariakulnu@gmail.com
  • No.                :               8014614052

2.

  • Name           :               Tiamongla
  • Qualification :               MA
  • Designation  :               Professor
  • Specialization :             Education
  • Years of experience :    4 years
  • E mail ID      :               tiamongjmr@gmail.com
  • No.               :               8415830751

3.

  • Name           :               Vemedo Kezo
  • Qualification :               MA, B.ED, B.TH
  • Designation  :               Professor
  • Specialization :             Philosophy
  • Years of experience :    8 Years
  • E mail ID      :                ntvkezo@gmail.com
  • No.                :               9436000385

ACADEMIC RESULT

FIRST BATCH OF THE DEPARTMENT (2013-2016)

2nd Rank in the University Exam-2016:     Ms Alelhounuo Sote

4th Rank in the University Exam-2016:     Ms Nilokali T Zhimomi

SECOND BATCH OF THE DEPARTMENT 2014-2017

1st Rank in the University Exam-2017:      Ms Chemyong Phom

3rd Rank in the University Exam-2017:     Mr Chubanukshi Kichu

4th Rank in the University Exam-2017:     Ms Sentienla Ao

5th Rank in the University Exam-2017:     Ms Lino V Assumi

8th Rank in the University Exam-2017:     Ms Khriesinuo

9th Rank in the University Exam-2017:     Ms Ngangshimongla

STUDENTS’ DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME

  1. Field Trip
  2. Study Tour
  3. Seminars and Workshop
  4. Skill Development

TEACHING METHOD ADOPTED

  1. GROUP DISCUSSION
  2. POWER POINT PRESENTATION
  3. STUDENTS’ PEER TEACHING
  4. TEAM TEACHING
  5. DEBATE
  6. QUIZ
  7. PROJECT
  8. LECTURE
  9. TEST
  10. ASSIGNMENT

STRENGHT OF THE DEPARTMENT

  1. 1. Curious and creativity of the students in general.
  2. 2. Committed faculty members.
  3. Good infrastructure for the academic and the non-academic purposes.
  4. Easy library access for students immediate reference.

 

BEST PRACTICES

  1. Career guidance.
  2. Celebration of Education Day.
  3. Remedial guide to weaker students and enhancing the efficiency of brighter students.

Department of English

1 Name of the Department English
2 Year of Establishment 1994
3 Names of programmes/course offered UG
4 Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the departments/units involved Nil
5 Annual/ semester/choice based credit system (programme-wise) Semester system

 

6 Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments The faculty members teach English papers in other Departments
7 Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions, etc Nil
8 Details of courses/programmes discontinued (if any) with reasons Nil
9 Number of teaching posts Asst. Professors
Sanctioned 10
Filled 10
10 Number of Teaching posts
Names Qualification Designation Specialization Years of Exp.
Mr. James H.K M.A. HoD, Asst. Prof. Commonwealth literature 5 (five)
Dr. Sr. Kaisa Rosalind M.A. Ph.D

 

Vice Principal American Literature 14(fourteen)
Fr. Antony R. Dukru M.A. Vice Principal American Literature 10 (ten)
Ms.K. Elizabeth M.A. Asst. Prof. American Literature 1 (one)
Ms. Rosalind Ngullie M.A. Asst. Prof. Commonwealth Literature 3 (three)
Ms. Meribeni M.A. Asst. Prof. American Literature 4 (four)
Ms. Zulusenla Jamir M.A. Asst. Prof. American Literature 2 (two)
Ms. Tekalemla Longchar M.A. Asst. Prof. American Literature 1 (one)
Ms.Josephine M.A. Asst. Prof. American Literature 1 (one)
Mr.JudeRhutsu M.A Asst. Prof American Literature 1 (one)
11 Senior visiting faculty Dr. John Coakley (from the University of New Jersey, US)
12 Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled(programme wise) by temporary faculty Nil
13 Student -Teacher Ratio (programme wise) The present ratio is 55:1
14 Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff; sanctioned and filled NA
15 Qualifications of teaching faculty with DSc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ MPhil / PG 1 PG- 9 (Nine),
2 Ph.D. – 1 (One)
16 Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) National b) International funding agencies and grants received Nil
17 Departmental projects funded by DST – FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc. and total grants received Nil
18 Research Centre /facility recognized by the University Nil
19 Publications
i) 4 (four) publications by Dr. Sr. Kaisa Rosalind
ii) Mr. James H.K. and Ms. ZulusenlaJamir co-authored the English Text books of classes 11 & 12, NBSE
iii) A chapter in the book Gathering Voices for Peace: a Collection of stories and sermons written by Miss Dzuvinguno Dorothy Chasie, Publisher: Clark Centre, published in January, 2013, Jorhat-1, Assam
20 Areas of consultancy and income generated
1 Precis Writing at UPSC Coaching Centre, Kohima in May, 2011 for 25 students by Mr. James H.K
2 Writing Skills for 210 students of I semester, on 12th July, 2014 by Mr. James H.K
21 Faculty as members in a) National committees b) International Committees c) Editorial Boards Nil
22 Student projects Nil
23 Awards / Recognitions received by faculty and students
YEAR NAME RANK/ AWARD
2015 1 Dzüvinguno Dorothy Chasie 7th Rank
2 Gardailung Gangmei 9th Rank
i) Miss Dzuvinguno Dorothy Chasie, won the first prize in inter-college Story Writing Competition on ‘Peace and Reconciliation’ in November, 2012
ii) Miss Dzuvinguno Dorothy Chasie, a second year degree student attended a programme for Student Leaders on Women’s Leadership from June 22 to 27 July, 2013, an affair sponsored and arranged by the U.S. Department of State
iii) Miss Peheilusile Haisobe of 5thSemester, attended a Youth Exchange Programme in Russia from 17th August to 1st September, 2014
iV) Arenpongla Jamir and Dzuvinguno Dorothy Chasie won the first and second prizes in extempore speech competition respectively, on International Women’s Day, organized by the Department of Women Development, in collaboration with Nagaland State Commission for Women and State Resource Centre for Women, Government of Nagaland on March 8th, 2014
24 List of eminent academicians and scientists / visitors to the department
1 Fr. Dr. Sebastian Sdb (former HOD, NU)
2 Dr. John Coakley (Academician from New Jersey)
3 Joseph Dwaileebe (Senior Member, US Consulate, Kolkata)
4 Richard Jahna (Fulbright Nehru’s Scholar from Arizona Western College, US)
5 Jack Adler and Alexander Levine (Fulbright Nehru’s Scholars)
6 NiniLungalang and EasterineKire- Prominent Naga writers
7 Dr. LokhoSavio (Manipur University)
25 Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized & the source of funding
a) National
Seminar/

Workshop

Topic Date Resource Person Venue
Seminar Motivation to excel on the study of English Literature’ 23rd September, 2011 Dr. A. J. Sebastian, Reader, Nagaland University St. Joseph’s College
Workshop Folklore/Oral reading 9th December, 2011 Dr. EstherineKire, Writer St. Joseph’s College
Workshop Creative Writing 7th-9th June, 2012 SCERT, Kohima, Nagaland St. Joseph’s College
Workshop ‘History of English Language’ 19th February, 2013 Dr. LokhoSavio, Asst. Professor, Don Bosco College, Maram St. Joseph’s College
Workshop 29th April – 3rd May, 2013 Mr Joseph Dwaileebe, Senior English Language fellow, U.S. State dept. St. Joseph’s College
Workshop Creative Writing Mr. John Coakley from America St. Joseph’s College
Workshop Poetry Writing 21st March, 2014 Madam NiniLungalang, a Naga Poetess and a writer St. Joseph’s College
b) International
26 Student profile programme/course-wise during the last 5 years
Name of the Course/Programme Applications received Selected Enrolled Pass percentage
Male Female
2011 98 93 25 68 93.55
2012 110 99 35 64 66.15
2013 162 156 32 124 74.54
2014 245 240 68 172 91.73
2015 200 144 41 103 91.13
27 Diversity of Students:2015 93.8% of the students are from within the state
6.2% are from other states
No students from abroad
28 How many students have cleared national and state competitive examinations such as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services, etc.? NA
29 Student progression UG to PG (80%)
30 Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library Departmental Library began in 2012. It is built up very graduate before he/she leaves the college contributes a book
b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students YES
c) Class rooms with ICT facility YES
d) Laboratories YES (Language Lab)
31 Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university, government or other agencies 450 (four hundred and fifty)

 

32 Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops / seminar) with external experts
i) Special Lectures Dr. Easterine Kire, Dr. Lokho Savio, Dr. John Coakley, Nini Lungalang, Dr. A.J.Sebastiansdb
ii) Workshops Dr. A.J. Sebastian, Dr. John Coakley, Dr. Richard Jahna, Jack Adler and Alexander Levine
iii) Seminars Dr. Lokho Savio
33 Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning Lecture method, discussion, debate, quiz, presentation, extempore etc…
34 Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension activities
v Students are involved in various associations and organizations such as: NSS, Red Cross, NCC, Peace Channel, visit to orphanage and Old Age Home etc.

v First semester students of 2012 batch took active part in a week-long free service of social work in the third week of July, to three villages in Southern-Angami region.

v In 2014 the third semester students formed a project– ‘STRIDERS 136’, raised funds to help the orphans as well as sponsoring the education of a boy child, Jumbo.

 

SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans

STRENGTH

The students get opportunities for exposure from subject experts of various universities both at the National and International level. The number of the students in the department has always been our strength. We have reporters of the college who contribute to the regional dailies. Editors of the College Magazine and others are from the Department of English

WEAKNESS

Selection process of the students into the department at the time of admission can be reviewed

OPPORTUNITIES

Students get interactive sessions with prominent people in the field. Educational tour is organized yearly for the students. Opportunities to develop creative skills through programmes like Literary Fest, Theater Day etc

CHALLENGE

To get all the students (3000 +) of the college to speak and write correct English through the initiative of the department is our challenge

 

Future Plans of the Department
1

Mini Research project on Folk Tales of some specific Naga tribes will be done by the faculty of the Department

2

4rd Inter-Department Basketball tournament to be organized by the Department

3

Literary Fest is to be held for the Literarians

4

Theater Day is an important event to be held for the English Honours students

5

Introduction to Phonetics and Phonology for the I Semester students of the Department

6

Extension lecture by Easterine Kire for the III Semester students of the Department

7

A talk on Modern Literary Criticism for the V Semester students of the Department

8 Educational Tour forthe II year students will be organized in the month of December, 2015


Department of History

MOTTO 

RECALL REFER RETELL

GOAL

Prepare students in knowing their roots and mould them into catalysts of legacy.

OBJECTIVES

  • To facilitate students critical thinking and analytical skills (sorting out those facts to create rational systems of understanding the human experience)
  • To acquaint students with the tool of interpretation (to understand the present better by referring the past)
  • To build student awareness of the diverse and complex human social, cultural, political and economic institutions (create an orderly and balance society with responsibilities)

DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY AT A GLANCE

Established                        –   1994

Name of program               –   Under Graduate

Program system                 –   Semester     system

Teaching faculty                  – 10 (ten) 7female + 3male

Number of students             – 502 (240 female + 262 male)

FACULTY PROFILE

1 Mr. ZENEIKHO-O PFUKHA

M.A ,   HoD,   Asst Professor

9 yrs  Experience

NSS Program Officer

benzen691@yahoo.com

09856258887

 

2 Lt. Ms. REGINA RAZOUSINUO

M.A,  B.Ed,  Asst. Professor

15 yrs   Experience

Associate NCC Officer

razousinuo@rediffmail.com

+91 9436404562

 

3 Ms. NZAKO KIKON

M.A, NET,TET, Asst. Professor

7 yrs  Experience

nzakikon@yahoo.in

+91 9862267122

 

4 Sr. TINCY

M.A,  B.Ed,  Asst. Professor

13 yrs  Experience

srtincy70@gmail.com

+91 9402832288

5 Sr. ANNIE

M.A, B. Ed, Asst. Professor

Spc – Medieval History

16 yrs Experience

sranniecmc@gmail.com

+91 8413824329

 

6 Ms. LUCY KAMEI

M.A    Asst. Professor

7 yrs Experience

Lucibee007@gmail.com

+91 8794364524

 

7 Mr. REIMAYA MUINAO

M.A, M.Phil, Asst. Professor

Spc- 2nd WW in Manipur

4 yrs  Expereince

reimuinaoleo@gmail.com

+91 8413803924

 

8 Mr. SASIETHO

M.A   Asst. Professor

3 yrs  Expereince

felixnyuwi@gmail.com

+91 8974249545

9 Ms. KETHOVINO CATHERINE

M.A, Asst. Prof

Specialization –  Indian History

Teaching experience – 2yrs

kulnucatherine@gmail.com/

+91 9615505953

 

10 Ms. ZUCHANBENI LAPON

M.A Asst Prof

Specialization – Indian History

Teaching Experience  – 2yrs

Ajanolapon@gmail.com

+91 9856000228

DEPARTMENT STUDENTS OFFICE BEARERS, 2017-18

President                                 Mr. BICHAMO Y KIKON

Secretary                                 Mr. WENEIZO MERO

Finance Secretary                    Ms. KUMSELA T MARY

Cultural Secretary                   Ms. BENDANGKOKLA AIER

Class representatives

First year Sec ‘E’        – GHUVIKA YEPTO & CHIBENO PRECILLA

First year Sec ‘F’         – TOVIKA AYE & SAOTOLA CHANG

Second year Sec ‘G’   – CHANCHITHUNG & KEDOSENO RINO

Second year Sec ‘H’   – SHELTO SALE & MACHIPEILULE

Third year                    – VIHUTO ACHUMI & BUFI TSUHAH

Students strength        – 1st year (97f +131m) = 228

2nd year (82f + 90m) = 172

3rd year (61f + 41m) = 102

 

Courses Offered (Semesters System)

General Papers

Paper          Name of papers
HIS – 101 History of India up to Mauryas
HIS – 201 History of India (Post Mauryas to 1526)
HIS – 301 History of India 1526 to 1857
HIS – 401 Indian Nationalism
HIS – 501 History of  Europe
HIS – 601 Modern World

Honour papers

Paper Name of papers
HIS – 102 History of North East India (1822 – 1972)
HIS – 202 (A) East Asia (1840 – 1949)
HIS – 302 History of India C.A.D  (1550 – 1750)
HIS – 402 History of the United States of America
HIS – 502

HIS – 503

History of Christianity in Nagaland

Social Economic history of Modern India (18th–20th C)

HIS – 602 (B)

HIS – 603

Introduction to Archaeology

Political History of the Nagas

 

Student Rank holders in Nagaland University (2011-17)

2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

KHRIELIE-Ü ZUMVÜ

KENEINGUNUO KEZO

MEDONGUNUO SEYIE

PETEKHRIENUO ZUMVÜ

C. CHUMRENO NGULLIE

TEPECHOLE THOKHWE

PELEVONUO KIRE

VISIETONO ZUTSO

1st RANK

3rd RANK

5th RANK

6th RANK

7th RANK

8th RANK

9th RANK

10th RANK

2016 9

10

ALONGLA  LONGCHAR

PUSOLENO  ZHOTSO

3rd RANK

9th RANK

2015 11 D .  MAYANI 2nd RANK
12 SEYIECHONU KERA 6th RANK
13 SIIRHOTALII 7th RANK
14 SENSONARO  LONGCHAR 8th RANK
15 PHYOBENI  N  NGULLIE 9th RANK
16 VESALII  SHIJO 10th RANK
2013 17 ROKOSENUO  RHETSO 4th  RANK
18 K . A  TENSO PHOM 9th  RANK
2012 19 THEJATSEIZO ANGAMI 2nd  RANK
20 ROCKA  A  SUMI 10th  RANK
21 SASIETHO 13th  RANK
22 VIKUONUO   LERINA 13th  RANK
23 CHICHANO  OVUNG 14th  RANK
2011 24 KIVIKHE  A  SUMI 1st  RANK
25 KHATHING  C.M 2nd  RANK
26 L. EASTHER  SUMI 3rd  RANK
27 N. CHUNBENI  JAMI 4th  RANK
28 HAITHANGLO  SEMY 5th  RANK
29 QHETOLI  WOTSA 6th  RANK
30 TSUVI  NYUTHE 10th  RANK
31 VIPATU KROCHA 14th  RANK

 

Seminars/workshops organized

Particular Topic Date Resource Person Venue
Seminar Importance of History in present day life 18th Oct 2014 Presented by  6 students  & moderated by Fr. Victor D’Mello St. Joseph’s college
Seminar Financial Management 25th July 2013 Mr. Saju Mathew

Asst. Prof, SJC

St. Joseph’s College
Seminar Naga Nationalism 6th Oct, 2012 Dr. Kaka  D  Iralu  St. Joseph’s college
National seminar History & Geography of NE India as crafted by WW II 30th Sept, 2011 Dr. Manjit Baruah

Ms. Khrienuo Ltu

Dr. Sailajananda

Ms. Regina .R

Mr. Mhonthung

St. Joseph’s college

Methods adopted to improve student learning

# Seminars           # Symposium        # Quiz

# Debate             # Weekly test

# Power Point Presentation

# Group Discussion          # Mentoring

# Field Trips          # Study Tour

# Archaeological trip

Department of Political Science

Year of Establishment                         : 1994

Total Number of students                    : 605

GOAL:

  1. To be a “Department with Potential for Excellence”

Objectives:

1. To Encourage research
2. Impart quality education
3. Innovation and extension services
4. To serve the specific needs of the students
5. Good Academic performance of the Students

 

Courses for Undergraduate Degree

Semester 1.  POL/El-101 – Political Theory: Ideas and Concepts (A)

Semester 1.  POL/HONS-102 – Indian Political Thinkers

Semester II.  POL/HONS-201 – Political Theory: Ideas and Concepts (B)

Semester II.  POL/HONS-202 –Western Political Thought

Semester III. POL/EL-301 – Indian Government and Politics (A)

Semester III. POL/Hons-302 – International Organizations.

Semester IV. POL/EL – 401 – Indian Government and Politics (B)

Semester IV. POL/Hons-402- International Politics

Semester V.  POL/El-501- Comparative Government and Politics

Semester V.  POL/Hons-502- Issues in world Politics

Semester V.  POL/Hons-503- Local Self Government in India

Semester VI. POL/El-601- Public Administration

Semester VI. POL/Hons-602-Indian Administration

Semester VI. POL/Hons-603- Government and Politics of North East India

  Faculty Profile   Contact No
1 Mr. Dihe mao,  (HoD) M.A. NET 09436016976
2 Mr. Karaiba James M.A, NET 09612076487
3 Mr. Mhonthung Yanthan M.A, B.Ed, PGDRD, NET, (Ph.D. Scholar), 08415068275
4 Ms. Lilly Humtsoe M.A.  NET 09089742767
5 Mr. Avizo Richa M.A. 08974789191
6 Mr. R. Hingba Paul M.A, M.Phil. 09612947759
7 Mr. Kevizase Kehie M.A. 09612457571
8 Mr. Vekutu Vese M.A, NET. 09862303820
9 Rengthungo C Humtsoe M.A. 08974246400
10 Mr. Vikato Swu M.A. 08974155132


Academic Result of the last 3 years

 

   Year Pass% SJC Pass% NU Rank Holders Ranks
2015      94.25 82.08 Medokhrienuo Dzeyie 1st Rank
Lerete-u Khutsoh 2nd Rank
Medolenuo Ambrocia 3rd Rank
2016 86.78 Nivi Achumi 2nd Rank
Chiangmong 3rd Rank
Easter Lohe 4th Rank
2017 92.48 Likivi Chophy 1st Rank
Ketholesa-ii Yhome 2nd Rank
Jyoti Sanga 3rd Rank
Medochiilie Ciesotsu 5th Rank
Sweety Yanthan 7th Rank
Pangersenla 8th Rank
Detolu Vero 9th Rank (1)
Vekudulu 9th Rank (2)
Vieneite-o Koza 10th Rank

 

Awards:

Sl. No. Recipient  Name of the Award
i Ms. Vikali Aye Mahatma Gandhi Award for Best overall Performance
ii Mr. Chiangmong Khiamniugan Chikrophuyo Memorial Award for Best BA Student

Other Achievements

  1. Zavito Ltu was adjudged the best debater.
  1. Won the following in the Convergence Fest organised by BBA Department:
    • 2nd Position in debate competition
    • 2nd position in Selfie ad
    • 2nd Runner up in Mr. Convergence Fest contest.
  2. Athong D Dominic won the Silver Medal in the Marathon Race organized by NU.
  3. 25 students from various classes were selected and visited the 12th Nagaland Legislative Assembly Session.
  4. March 10. 2017: The Department Organised the Mini-Parliament.
  5. March 11. 2017: Students of IV Semester Visited an Orphanage Home as a good will gesture and gifted a bag of rice and other materials of basic needs.

Department of Sociology

1 Name of the Department Sociology
2 Year of Establishment 1994
3 Names of programmes/course offered UG
4 Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the departments/units involved NIL
5 Annual/ semester/choice based credit system (programme wise): Semester System

 

6 Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments The faculty members go to other Departments to teach their required courses on a regular basis
7 Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions etc NIL
8 Details of courses/programmes discontinued (if any) with reasons NIL
9 Number of teaching posts 7
Asst. Professors
Sanctioned 7
Filled 7
10 Faculty Profile
Name Qualification Designation Specialization Years of experience
Dr. Fr. Sebastian Ousepparampil MA, MPH, Ph.D Principal Integrated Approach to Health 39
Dr. Medonuo Pienyu MA, B. ED, Ph.D HOD,

Ass. Prof

Women’s

Studies

7
Ms. K. Alibo Achumi MA, NET Ass. Prof 6
Ms. Olivia J. Kikon MA, NET Ass. Prof 4
Mr. Seyiekhotuo Chücha MA, NET/ JRF Ass. Prof 4
Ms. Venus Kikon MA Ass. Prof 2
Mr. Y. Lumchio Patton MA Ass. Prof 2
11 List of senior visiting faculty NIL
12 Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled(programme wise)by temporary faculty NIL
13 Students -Teacher Ratio during the last 5 years
Year Student-Teacher Ratio
2011 34:1
2012 39:1
2013 45:1
2014 60:1
2015 50:1
14 Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff; sanctioned

and filled

NIL
15 Qualifications of teaching faculty with DSc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ MPhil / PG 1 Ph. D -2
2 PG-5
16 Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) National b) International funding agencies and grants received
a) National
Project Supervisor Project Title Organised by Sponsored by Grants Received
Dr. Medonuo Pienyu

Ms. AliboAchumi

Mr. Mhonthung Yanthan

Mrs. Thejanuo Fidelia

Ms. Sungtemmenla

Development Induced Displacement and Deprivation in Nagaland 1947-2008: A Quantitative and Qualitative Database on Its Extent and Impact North Eastern Social Research Centre (NESRC) Guwahati in collaboration with St. Joseph’s College, Jakhama, Nagaland Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR), New Delhi 1 lakh
17 Departmental projects funded by DST – FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc. and total

grants received

NIL
18 Research Centre/facility recognized by the University NIL
19 Publications 4(Four)
i) Dr. MedonuoPienyu – 4 publications
a) Singh, Rajendra and MedonuoPienyu(2012) “Education and Unemployment AmongChakhesang Women of Nagaland.” Zenith- ITERC, Journal of Education and Management. Vol-ll, Issue-l, Nov 2012, P. 17-23, ISSN- 2249-8419
b) Pienyu,Medonuo(2012) “Unemployment Among Educated Angami Naga Women.” Women’s Link. Vol-18, No-3, July-Sept 2012, P. 34-40, ISSN 2229-6409
c) Pienyu,Medonuo and Rajendra Singh (2014)“Influence Of Hornbill Festival On The Economy, Culture and Identity Of The Nagas.” Journal of Indian Tourism Congress- Tourism Innovations. Vol-3, No-1, March 2014. P.138-145, ISSN 2278-8379
d) Pienyu, Medonuo (2015)“Promoting Sports Tourism In Nagaland: Reflection On Naga Indigeneous Games” in Sanjay Bhansal, etal (ed.)Tourism: Present And Future Perspective. New Delhi: Kanishka Publishers, p. 29-36. ISBN 978-81-8457-655-9
ii) Dr. Fr. Sebastian Ousepparampil
a) The Integration Paradigm in Health Care

Publisher: The Catholic Health Association of India,

AP.; 2011; ISBN: 978-81-907272-2-8

b) 40 write – ups on Health and Social Development
20 Areas of consultancy and income generated
Ø Dr. MedonuoPienyu, Guest Professor, Nagaland University

Ø Dr. Sebastian Ousepparampil, on ‘Ten year planning on having meaningful health for the people’ at Borgang, Assam (Aug. 2015)

21 Faculty as members in

a) National committees

b) International Committees

c) Editorial Boards

NIL
22 Student projects
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including interdepartmental/programme Mini Research Project: Funded and Organised by the Department100%
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the institution i.e.in Research laboratories/Industry/ other agencies NIL
23 Awards/ Recognition received by Faculty and Students
Faculty 1 (one) Ph. Degree Dr. Medonuo Pienyu in 2014
Students In the college level Essay Competition on the theme ‘National Integration’ sponsored by Kohima District Legal Service Authority
Kisamzalie 1st semester 27th September, 2013
Mhalevinuo Kire III B.A 27th September, 2013
24 Students – Rank Holders in Nagaland University during the last 5 years
YEAR NAME RANK/ AWARD
2011 1 ROKHA SEKHOYI 4th RANK
2 CELINE RAPHUBA 6th RANK
3 STEPHEN RALRUATSAKA 7th RANK
4 AKHRIENUO 9th RANK
5 NEITHO-O SHUNYU 11th RANK
2012 6 ATEN JAMIR 1st RANK
 

2013

7 VIKHONU HIBO 2nd RANK
8 LULUMEI RONGMEI 2nd RANK

(CHIKROPHUYO MEMORIAL AWARD TO BEST B.A. STUDENT)

9 KEKUSENU NATSO 3rd RANK
2014 10 SENTISANGLA LEMTOR 1st RANK
2015 11 IMSENPERONG 2nd RANK
12 VIKHOTO RICHA 5th RANK
13 MENUHLE SAVI 6th RANK
14 VIDETO NEIKHA 9th RANK (a)
15 KEYOLEL ZHALE 9th RANK (b)
25 List of eminent academicians and scientists / visitors to the department ALIPOKEN

(Co-ordinator Blood Bank NSACS)

Dr. HOVITHAL N. SOTHU

(State Co-ordinator, DMC and DDO, ATI) and PETEKHRIENUO

(Ass. Prof, Humanities)

Prof. A. LANUNUNGSANG (Pro-Vice Chancellor, NU)
JELLE WOUTERS

(HOD, Sikkim University, Anthropology)

Prof. A. LANUNUNGSANG

(Pro-Vice Chancellor, NU)

Dr. IMOTEMSU,

(MAX CARE CLINIC, KOHIMA)

MONALISA BASU

(H.O.D., Pol. Sc, Scottish Church College, University of Calcutta)

Dr. ARENLA MOLLIER

(Program Co-ordinator- Centre for Gandhian Studies & Research, N.U.)

26 Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized & the source of funding
Ø Mr. JelleWouters, NEHU, Shillong took classes for students

Ø Leadership training for the office bearers on 4th June, 2011

Ø Seminar on ‘career guidance’ on 14th October, 2011

27 Students Profile Programme/ Course Wise
Name of the Course/programme Applications received Selected Enrolled Pass percentage
Male Female
2011 BA. Sociology Honours 40 40 14 21
2012 BA. Sociology Honours 96 93 33 56
2013 BA. Sociology Honours 110 105 32 66
2014 BA. SocHonours 124 122 49 69
2015 BA. SocHonours 175 154 51 103
28 Diversity of Students
Name of the Course % of students from the same state % of students from other States % of students from abroad
B. A. Sociology Honours 91.67% 7.14% 1.19%
29 How many students have cleared national and state competitive examinations such as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services, etc.?
30 Students Progression
Student Progression Against % Enrolled
UG to PG 80%
PG to M.Phil
PG to Ph.D
Ph.D to Post Doctoral
Employed

Campus selection

Other than campus recruitment

Entrepreneurship/ Self-employment
31 Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library Common Library
b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students YES, there is internet facility for the Staff in the Departmental Office, where as the students have access to the College ICT
c) Class rooms with ICT facility YES, there is micro phone for the Staff and LCD projector for the Students
d) Laboratories NA
32 No of Students Receiving Financial Assistance 297
Students Enrichment Programme(Special Lectures/ Seminar)
Year Students External Experts Topic/ Theme Nature

 

2011 I,II,III BA

(Honours)

ALIPOKEN

(Co-ordinator Blood Bank NSACS)

An Awareness Programme on STD and HIV along with voluntary Blood Donation  

 

Seminar

2012 I,II,III BA

(Honours)

Dr. HOVITHAL N. SOTHU

(State Co-ordinator, DMC and DDO, ATI) and PETEKHRIENUO

(Ass. Prof, Humanities)

 

 

Disaster Management

 

 

Seminar

2013 I,II,III BA

(Honours)

Prof. A. LANUNUNGSANG (Pro-Vice Chancellor, NU) Recent Trends In Sociological Research Special
Lecture
II BA (Honours) JELLE WOUTERS

(HOD, Sikkim University, Anthropology)

2014 IIIBA (Honours) Prof. A. LANUNUNGSANG (Pro-Vice Chancellor, NU) Social Movement Guest Lecture
Dr. IMOTEMSU, (MAX CARE CLINIC, KOHIMA) Population
 

II BA

(Honours)

MONALISA BASU

(H.O.D., Pol. Sc, Scottish Church College, University of Calcutta)

Political Sociology
Dr. ARENLA MOLLIER (Program Co-ordinator- Centre for Gandhian Studies & Research, N.U.) Gandhi and Women
34

Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning

Seminars, Symposium, Debate, Power Point Presentation, Field work (Mini Project), Group Discussion

35 Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension activities No

 

SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans

Strengths

1

The department has been consistently producing top-ranking students in the University exams. Over all percentage- 2014- 97.61(latest figure)

2

Mentoring – In accordance with the College directives, the department faculty offer mentoring sessions to the students every semester. The aims and the objectives of the sessions include identifying the strengths and weaknesses of the students. For this purpose, each teacher maintains a comprehensive profile of the students that he/she mentors. Attendance record of students is strictly looked into. The students are also encouraged to strike a balance between academics and extra-curricular activities so as to achieve all round excellence. Towards the end of each academic session, the students are evaluated on the basis of their performance

3

Mini-research projects- With the aim and objectives to inculcate research culture among students the department organizes field trip for the Honours students every year. The first field trip entitled “A study on Mawlynnong village” was done with the final year students. The students were guided by two Assistant Professor at Mawlynnong village, Meghalaya in the year 2013. The second project was done in 2014 with the 2nd semester students. The third project was done in 2015 with 2nd semester students. The department also publishes its report annually. These research practices will help to develop research culture, sensitize the students with various social issues and also to develop more researchers in the days to come

4

Organising charitable projects-: Apart from academics, the Dept. also organize charitable projects in the form of helping people who are in need. The aim of this project is to help students learn and develop moral values, become responsible citizens and more humanistic and contribute to society’s progress. The dept. visited Bright Morning Star, an orphanage home in Kohima. The students interacted with the children and donated in terms of cash and kinds

Weakness

1 Limited publications and research activities on the part of the faculty members
2 More autonomy for the department to be considered

Opportunities

1

Enabling the students to Carry out mini-projects – Students of 1st and 2nd semesters are encouraged to carry out mini-research projects to suit the needs of the given University syllabus

2

Special class for students with trained experts/professionals on topics which requires expertise-guests lecturers/experts

3

Educational tour for students as a supplement of the syllabus for rural, urban and industrial sociology

Challenges

1

To take up major research project (teachers and students) funded by various government agencies- the department faces the challenge to take up major research projects due to time constraint and college activities

2

Students- teacher ratio – Due to the presence of large number of students it becomes practically impossible for the teacher to focus on the student individually, which becomes a challenge for the teacher

 

FUTURE PLANS

1

To introduce an Open Forum Platform – The teachers shall select able students from each semester to have discussions and interactions on burning social issues so as to create awareness among the student community. Every session of such discussions will be moderated by teachers

2

The department will carry out fund raise/donate books for the department library and also maintain alumni record through mentoring of the 6th semester students and shall provide a platform in the social networking sites for all the students both past and present to interact on various social issues and keep contact with each other. The department shall also upgrade the e-resources to help students have access to the materials needed for future studies

3

The department plans to introduce community outreach programme in the form of conducting social work to nearby villages, raise funds to help the orphans / elderly, construct toilets, plant trees and carry out cleanliness drive in and around Kohima and college campus

4

Organize inter- collegiate symposium, debates, seminars and workshops to enable students to participate and gain further experience and exposure for all round development

5

To organize faculty development programs like visitation to other universities, interactions with faculties from other colleges and universities etc


Department of Commerce

1 Name of the Department Commerce
2 Year of Establishment 1994
3 Names of Programmes / Courses offered UG
4 Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the departments/units involved Nil
5 Annual/ semester/choice based credit system (programme wise): Semester System

 

6 Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments The faculty of the department helps out in the Tourism Department and in Basic Computer and Tally courses
7 Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions, etc Nil
8 Details of courses/programmes discontinued (if any) with reasons Nil
9 Number of Teaching posts Asst. Professors
Sanctioned 4
Filled 4
10 Faculty Profile
Name Qualification Designation Specialization Years of experience
Mr. K. Timothy Langwangbe M.COM , NET HOD,

Ass. Prof

Finance and Accounting 8
Mr. A. Kennedy M.COM, NET, B.Ed, M.Phil, PGDM. Ass. Prof Finance and Accounting 12
Mrs. Thejanuo Fidelia M.COM, NET Ass. Prof Finance and Accounting 15
Mr. Moatangit Longkumer M.COM, Ass. Prof Accounting and Taxation 2
11 List of senior visiting faculty NIL
12 Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled(programme wise)by temporary faculty NIL
13 Students -Teacher Ratio during the last five years
Year Student-Teacher Ratio
2011 34:1
2012 39:1
2013 45:1
2014 60:1
2015 50:1
14 Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff; sanctioned and filled NIL
15 Qualification of the Teaching Faculty
Name Ph.D M.Phil PG
Mr. K. Timothy Langwangbe (on going) No Yes
Mr. A Kennedy No Yes Yes
Mrs. ThejanuoFidelia (on going) No Yes
Mr. MoatangitLongkumer No No Yes
16 Number of faculty with ongoing project One National project: Funded by ICSSR on Development induced Displacement and Rehabilitation in Nagaland and Sikkim
17 Departmental projects funded by DST – FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc. and totalgrants received UGC funded on State Level workshop on ‘Commerce Education and its Employability in Northeast India with special reference to Nagaland’on 19th July, 2013
18 Research Centre /facility recognized by the University NIL
19 Publications: 3(Three)
a) Mishra AK and Langwangbe K. Timothy (2014) “Self Help groups a model for economic development in Nagaland.” International Journal of Recent Research in Commerce Economics and Management (IJRRCEM) Vol. 1, Issue 3, pp: (89-95), Month: October – December 2014
b) Langwangbe K. Timothy (2014) “Self Help Group-Bank Linkage Programme in Nagaland; A Case Study of Peren, Kohima and Dimapur District of Nagaland.” International Journal of Multidisciplinary Approach and Studies.Vol-01, No-6, November – December 2014, P. 52-70, ISSN 2348 – 537X
c) Langwangbe K. Timothy (2015) “Women Empowerment in Nagaland through SHGS, with Special Reference to Dimapur, Kohima and Peren District”.Researchers world journal of Arts, science and commerce international referred journal, Vol-vi, No-1(1), January 2015. P.155-161, Print ISSN: 2231-4172
20 Areas of consultancy and income generated Mrs.Thejanuo, Mr. Timothy and A. Kennedy, conducted workshop on ‘Cost Accounting and Accounting Standards’ at Accountant General’s office, Govt. of Nagaland (July, 2013)
21 Faculty as members in

a) National committees

b) International Committees

c) Editorial Boards…

NIL
22 Student projects
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter departmental/programme 10 students participated in the Inter departmental Business Plan Competition organized by B.B.A Department in 2014
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the institution i.e.in Research laboratories/Industry/other agencies NIL
23 Awards/ Recognition received by Faculty and Students
Faculty Nil
Students Rank Holders in Nagaland University during the last 5 years
YEAR NAME RANK/ AWARD
2010 1 Ms. Atonu Kharütso 4th RANK and Best B. Com Student award (Avica Achumi)
2 Ms. Ngiplon Rachel Chohwanglim 12th RANK
3 Mr. Kezhongoto Khieya 13th RANK
2011 4 Mr. VekhosaThingo 4th RANK
5 Mr. Diezelhoulie 10th RANK
6 Mr. Dominic Kent 11th RANK
7 Ms. Pusazonu Rhetso 12th RANK
8 Ms. Agnes Sakhrie 13th RANK
9 Mr. Vimetuo Khate 14th RANK & Best B. Com Student (Avica Achumi Award)
10 Ms. Akumtila Ozukum 19th RANK
2012

 

 

11 Mr. Tachichu 4th RANK
12 Ms. Kevisenu Khieya 4th RANK,&Best B. Com Student (AvicaAchumi Award)
13 Mr. Novito Kweho 5thRANK
14 Mr. Chubaniksung Longchar 7th RANK
15 Mr. Pauloiyibe Piush 8th RANK
16 Ms. AzeiPamei 9th RANK
17 Mr. Lipoktoshi 12th RANK
18 Mr. Sedeletuo 14th RANK
19 Ms. VisiZhasa 15th RANK
20 Mr. Mhasilie 17th RANK
21 Mr. KezhoPucho 18th RANK
22 Mr. Metekhuto Khatso 19th RANK
23 Mr. Shuto Khieya 20th RANK
24 Mr. Zasevikho Rhitso 21st RANK
2013 25 Ms. Katini 2nd RANK
26 Mr. Imkum 3rd RANK& BEST B. Com Student

(Avica Achumi Award)

27 Mr. W. RentsamoTsopoe 4th RANK
28 Ms. Thefusano Neihu 8th RANK
29 Mr. Khongalu Dukhru Best General Student ( Alumni Association Award)
2014
2015 30 Mr. Temphong Konyak 4th RANK
31 Ms. Kevisenuo Nancy Belho 5th Rank
24 List of eminent academicians and scientists / visitors to the department visiting experts
· Dr. Sanjay Kumar Pandey, Asst. Professor, Baptist College, Kohima

· Mr. KeliiholTase, Asst. Professor,Kros College, Kohima

· Mr. Thomas Kamei, Asst. Professor,Tetso College, Dimapur

· Ratan Kurienta, Asst. Prof. Nagaland University, Kohima

· Miss Agumle, Self- Employed

· Prof. Francis Jose, H.O.D Commerce, Loyola College, Chennai

· Visetuonuo Kire, JEO, Wokha

· Visetuonuo Kire, Vice Principal, Riizhiikhrie Govt. Hr. Sc School.

25 Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized & the source of funding
Seminar/Refresher

/Workshop/Orientation Course

Topic Date Resource Venue

 

State Level Seminar ‘Commerce education and its employability in North East India with special reference to Nagaland’ 19th July, 2013 UGC St. Joseph’s College
Workshop Career Guidance on Banking sector, MBA, and MCAT 7th Sept, 2014 BBA Department of St. Josphe’s College St. Joseph’s College
26 Students Profile Programme/ Course Wise during the last 5 years
Year / Name of the Course/programme Applications received Selected Enrolled Pass percentage
Male Female
2011 B. Com (Hons & Gen) 85 85 57 28 88%
2012 B. Com (Hons & Gen) 99 99 69 30 94.05%
2013 B. Com (Hons & Gen) 153 153 98 55 77.92%
2014 B. Com (Hons & Gen) 78 78 49 29 94.59%
2015 B. Com (Hons & Gen) 126 117 67 50 81.17%
27 Diversity of Students
Name of the Course % of students from the same state % of students from other States % of students from abroad
B. Com (Hons & Gen) -2011 90% 10% Nil
B. Com (Hons & Gen) – 2012 93% 7% Nil
B. Com (Hons & Gen) – 2013 91% 9% Nil
B. Com (Hons & Gen) – 2014 89% 11% Nil
B. Com (Hons & Gen) – 2015 87% 13% Nil
28 How many students have cleared national and state competitive examinations such as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services, etc. ?: NA
29 Students Progression
Student Progression Against % enrolled
UG to PG 70%
PG to M. Phil
PG to Ph.D
Ph.D to Post Doctoral
Employed

Campus selection

Other than campus recruitment

Entrepreneurship/ Self-employment
30 Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library Mini Department library
b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students There is internet facility for the Staff in the Departmental Office, where as the students have accesses to the College ICT
c) Class rooms with ICT facility There is micro phone for the Staff and an overhead

projector in all the classrooms

d) Laboratories NA
31 Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university, government or other agencies All the 340 ST students receive Scholarship from the State Government
32 Students Enrichment Programme(Special Lectures/ Seminar)
Year Students External Experts Topic/ Theme Nature

 

2012 I,II & III B.Com Ratan Kurienta

Asst. Prof. Nagaland University, Kohima

Inter collegiate Commerce Quiz Special Lecture
2013

 

I,II & III B.Com Miss Agumle

Self- Employed

Skill Development -Pickle making

 

Workshop
2013 I,II & III B.Com Prof. Francis Jose

H.O.D Commerce

Loyola College, Chennai.

Commerce Education and its Employability in North East India with special reference to Nagaland

 

Seminar
2013 I,II & III B.Com Visetuonuo Kire

JEO, Wokha

Inter Departmental Commerce Quiz Special Lecture
2014 5thSem B.com The Entrepreneur Special Lecture
2014 I,II & III B.Com Visetuonuo Kire

Vice Principal

Riizhiikhrie Govt. Hr. Sc School.

Commerce Education Special Lecture
33 Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning

 

Seminars, Symposium, workshops, Debate, Power Point Presentation, Field work (Mini Project), Group Discussion, Skill Development Programmes
34 Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension activities The first semester students, 2012 batch undertook a week-long social outreach programme in the three villages of the Southern Angami region in the first week of July, 2012

 

SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans

Strengths

Academic excellence of the department producing rank holders in the University Exams every year is something the department is proud of. Records of the past four years i.e., 2011-2014, there are 29 students who made it to the top. Each student of the department is mentored twice in a semester intensively by grouping them under the care of a mentor. The Department has the lowest turnover ratio of faculty. The department is known for its mutual cooperation and unity within its staff and students. This fact is well established from the various activities carried out successfully by the department

The various activities include:

·Skilled development programme

·Rock concert

·State level inter-collegiate Commerce Quiz competition for Roberson’s Rolling trophy conducted every alternate year since 1997.

·Inter department quiz competition

·Fundraise drives conducted at least twice in a year.

Weakness

Lack of/limited finance for carrying out more departmental activities. Lacuna in keeping the records of the past pupils of the department

Opportunities

It offers wide opportunities for venturing in Mini Projects on relevant issues. Recently, 47 students of the department undertook individual mini projects under the guidance of the four faculty of the department. The department provides space to maintain the mini project works and has activated the process of collecting books for the library from staff and students of the department

Challenges

One of the challenges is to take up more research projects by teachers as well as by Students funded by various government agencies. Mentoring each student in the department twice in a semester is another challenge that the department faces. Effective management of large classes and undertaking different class room activities remains another task.

 

FUTURE PLANS

1.To have research section within the department

2.To provide more specialization papers to the students in commerce discipline i.e., Banking and Insurance, and management.

3.To develop the department’s Mini Library into full Fledged Library with e- resources

4.To assess teachers and students performance (feedback and mentoring) each semester.

5.To organize National Level workshop, seminars and symposium.

6.To impart skill development programme to the students of the department.


Department of BBA

Goal:  To mould and prepare future entrepreneurs, management executives and professionals.

Objectives:

  • To help students acquire and demonstrate knowledge of fundamental business content.
  • To help students be effective team members and apply critical thinking skills in business.

Faculty Members

PHOTO FACULTY DETAILS
 Mr. Md. Tabrej

Designation: Director

Qualification: MBA (Tezpur University) and NET

Specialization: Finance and Marketing.

Subjects Dealing: QT, Production and Marketing

Experience: 5 years and 5 months

 

Mr. K Zubemo Humtsoe

Designation: Asst. Prof.

Qualification: MBA (PTU)

PGDBM (NDIM) and NET

Subjects Dealing: Human Resource Management

Experience: 4 years and 10 months

 

 

Mr. Imtipong Longkumer

Qualification: MBA (Nagaland University)

Designation: Asst. Prof.

Specialization: HR & Marketing

Subjects Dealing: Marketing & Business Economics

Experience: 2 years and 10 months.

 

 

Sr. Lincy SABS

Qualification.: M.Com

Designation: Asst. Prof.

Subjects Dealing: RMB and CO

Years of experience: 1 year and 4 months in BBA, overall 26 years in teaching field.

 

 

Mr. Shamim Ahmed

Qualification: B. Tech, MBA (IMT, Dubai and Brusells)

Designation: Asst. Prof.

Subjects Dealing: FA and FM

 

 

ACADEMIC RESULTS (2012-17)

Year No. of Students No. Of Students Passed Pass % University Topper University Topper Photo
2012 20 20 100% Ms. Shilusenla Longkumer  
2013 22 21 95.45% Ms. L Mathia  
2014 26 26 100% Mr. Motshuthung Humtsoe  
2015 12 12 100% Mr. Pijamo Ngullie  
2016 27 25 92.59% Ms. Neichusanuo Keyie  
2017 27 27 100% Mr. Keyo Lezo  

 

 

 

STUDENT TEACHER RATIO (2011-17):

YEAR STUDENT-TEACHER RATIO
2011 24:1
2012 24:1
2013 22:1
2014 18:1
2015 18:1
2016 23:1
2017 20:1

 

 

Students Enrichment Programme:

  • Industrial Tour
  • Seminars and Presentations
  • Interaction with successful business persons
  • Business Plan and Management Fest Competitions
  • Internship for all the students in different business organization

 

 

Teaching Methods Adopted To Improve Student’s Learning:

  • Group Discussion
  • Debate
  • PowerPoint Presentation
  • Summer Internship
  • Thursday Seminar by Students
  • Case Study
  • Seminar

 

STRENGTH OF THE DEPARTMENT-

  • Academic excellence.

            (Result is excellent, 100%, 96.15%, 100%, 100% and 92.59% and 100% in last five years).

  • Projector facility in every class.
  • Dedicated Lecturers.
  • Healthy Teacher Students ratio.
  • Mentoring.
  • Industrial Tour and Practical Exposures.

 

BEST PRACTICES

  • Summer internship program.
  • Management fest.
  • Business plan competition.
  • Seminars by the students.

 

 

PROMINENT ALUMNI:

Name: Mr. Pijamo Ngullie

Company- Quaterfold Printabilities

Designation- International Marketing Executive

Location- Mumbai

Contact No- +918828497547

Email id:- ngulliejake@gmail.com

 

 
Name: Mr. Njulo Kent

Company- Accenture

Department- HR

Designation- Recruiter

Location- Mumbai

Contact No- +919856961887

Email id:- kentnjulo@gmail.com

 

 
Name: Mr. Nuthipru Nienu

Company- Practo

Designation- Product Specialist

Location- Bangalore

Contact No- +918974467901

Email id: nuthizolu@gmail.com

 

 
Name: Ms. Lobeni R Ngullie

Company: Vodafone

Designation:- Channel Sales Manager

Location- Kohima

Contact No:- +919774818662

 

 
Name: Ms. Abigail Kaje

Company: Global Reach

Designation: Administrator and Consultant

Location: Kohima

Contact No: +919741185296

 

 

 

Upcoming Activity:

  • Management Fest on 7th and 8th of Sept. 2017
  • National Seminar on 23rd and 24th of Nov. 2017
  • Industrial Tour cum Excursion on Dec. 2017/ Jan. 2018

 


Department of Botany

BOTANY DEPARTMENT

GOAL –To form men and women with scientific temperament who will use their knowledge for the upliftment of the society

  OBJECTIVE:

  1. To inculcate scientific temper keeping in mind the ethical values.
  1. To convey knowledge through research based activities.
  2. To develop skills to make learning relevant in their day to day life.
  3. To encourage the individuality and creativity of     students

 

Name of the Department Botany
Year of Establishment 2012
Names of programmes/course offered UG (Semester system)
Number of teaching post Sanctioned: 6    Filled: 6

 

Name Qualification Designation Specialisation Years of experience
Sr.Nancy AC M.Sc. Assistant Professor Mycology and Pathology 5 years
Ms .Payal Bose M.Sc. Assistant Professor Plant Tissue culture 4 years
Mrs.Visiehuno Rosa M.Sc.                  Assistant Professor Taxonomy and Plant Physiology 3.5 years
MsNeithongunuo Angela Belho M.Sc Assistant Professor Taxonomy 2 Years
Mrs Imkongyala Sekhose M.Sc,N.E.T Assistant Professor Ecology and Environmental Science 1 .5year
Ms Kumari Asha Singh M.Sc Assistant Professor Plant Taxonomy 6 Months

 

ACADEMIC RESULTS

2015

Appeared: 26

Rank holders:

·       ManshomKonyak: 3rd Rank       
·       Kethovinuo: 5th Rank       
·       C. Rachel: 9th Rank  
·       VithaAngami: 10th Rank      

 

2016

Appeared : 27

Rank Holders

 

·       Kezhaleno Sale   1st Rank  
·       Vikienu 2nd Rank
·       Tsovil Kiso 3rd Rank

 

2017

Appeared: 26

Rank Holders

Name Position
·       Robert Konthougam 1st  Rank
·       James Ezung 2nd  Rank
·       O Asha Koso 3rd  Rank
·       Atoshi Chishi 7th Rank
·       Ilamzaile Hemang 9th  Rank
·       Kenyusilnlo Khing 10th Rank

List of eminent academicians and scientists / senior visiting faculty/ to the department:

  • Swati Sen Mandi             : Bose Institute, Kolkata
  • Abhinandan Saikia         : TISS, Guwahati
  • B.K. Konwar                    : Nagaland University
  • Moa                                  :  Kohima  Science College
  • Lima                                 : Dept. of Zoology,                                                                  Kohima Science College
  • Mr Sidramappa Chalkapure     :   IFS,Forest Deparment

 

National Seminars and workshops

 

 

WorkShops

  • 12th September 2012 – Mushroom Cultivation in collaboration with Kohima Science College, Kohima
  • 4th April 2014 – one day workshop on ‘ Biotechnology and Intellectual property rights’ organised by Department of science and Technology, Nagaland
  • 4th September, 2014 – 30 students of 3rd Semester Botany Honours attended workshop on  Tissue culture techniques at Kohima Science College, Kohima
  • 6th October, 2014 – Dr. Mandi, Bose Institute, Kolkata,  had interaction programme on Molecular Biology and Biotechnology for all the Science students

Annual Fest (Eureka Fest)

Celebrated annually in collaboration with Department of Zoology and Chemistry

Best Practice

  • Botanical Garden -In 2014 , Botanical garden was established
  • Medicinal plants Pacciflora sp, Aloe vera , Allium cepa etc
  • Floriculture -Rose garden and Seasonal flowers like Astromaria ,Gypsopela, Petunia etc.
  • Olericulture – vegetables like Pisum sativum, Allium cepa , Phaseolus, Solanum tuberisum, Helianthus annus, Daucus carota
  • Educational tour
  • Field trip
  • Scrap book
  • Mentoring
  • Spiritual guidance
  • Eureka Fest
  • National seminar
  • Social work
  • Book bank facility
  • Clubs and Associations

 

SL No. FACILITY LOCATION
1 STAFF ROOM GROUND FLOOR ,SCIENCE BUILDING
2 CLASROOMS 4 SHARED GENERAL CLASSROOM AND 1 HONOURS CLASSROOM IN THE GROUND FLOOR AND 1ST FLOOR OF SCIENCE BUILDING
3 LABORATORY 1 TEMPORARY LAB ADJACENT TO SCIENCE BUILDING.

 

1PARMANENT IS ON THE PROCESS NEXT TO SCIENCE BUILDING.

 

1 TISSUE CULTURE LAB IN THE PROCESS NEXT TO THE PARMANENT LABORATORY.

4 LIBRARY COMMON LIBRARY IN  THE ADMINISTRATIVE BUILDING
5 OFFICE COMMON OFFICE WITH OTHER SCIENCE STREAM ,BBA AND COMMERCE IN THE  SCIENCE BUILDING
  BATHROOMS FOR BOYS AND GIRLS AVAILABLE IN THE SCIENCE BLOCK
6 AUDITORIUM COMMON NEAR BOYS MAIN HOSTEL
7 HOSTEL SEPARATE GIRLS HOSTEL FOR SCIENCE STUDENTS AND COMMON BOYS HOSTEL
8 CANTEEN COMMON FOR ALL NEAR THE BASKETBALL COURT
9 DISPENSARY COMMON FOR ALL NEAR ADMINISTRATIVE BLOCK
10 INDOOR STADIUM AVAILABLE NEXT TO THE FOOTBALL GROUND
11 BASKETBALL COURT NEAR COLLEGE AUDITORIUM
12 FOOTBALL GROUND BELOW THE HOSTELS
13 BADMINTON COURT 1 NEXT TO DISPENSARY AND ANOTHER ONE NEXT TO STAFF QUATERS
14 COLLEGE BUS AVAILBLE FROM HIGH SCHOOL AREA TILL JAKHAMA
15 ICT AVAILABLE  IN GENERAL AS WELL AS HONOURS CLASSROOM
16 CCTV CAMERA FIXED IN THE CORRIDORS OF THE SCIENCE BUILDING
17 INTERNET ROOM MAIN BUILDING

 

BOTANY LABORATORY

 

Strong Points of the Department

  • Young, qualified and active faculty members
  • Interactive and socially aware students
  • Good infrastructure facilities like projectors, laboratories etc.
  • Practical learning besides the syllabus for example gardening, social work, Eureka science fest etc
  • Regular meetings held for the discussion of the welfare of the Department.

Future Plans

  • Extension of botanical garden
  • To start tissue culture lab
  • To establish departmental library
  • To be involved in minor research projects
  • Bee keeping

Department of Chemistry

1 Name of the Department CHEMISTRY
2 Year of Establishment 2012
3 Names of programmes/course offered UG
4 Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the departments/units involved NIL
5 Annual/ semester/choice based credit system (programme wise): SEMESTER SYSTEM

 

6 Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments The faculty members teach the required papers in other Departments
7 Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions, etc.: NIL
8 Details of courses/programmes discontinued (if any) with reasons Nil
9 Number of teaching post
Sanctioned Filled
Professors
Associate professors
Assistant professors 4 4
10 Faculty Profile
Name Qualification Designation Specialisation Years of experience
Mr. Sanjib Katuwal M.Sc. Assistant Professor Physical Chemistry 3 years

6 months

Sr. Salomi M.Sc. Assistant Professor Organic Chemistry 3 years
Ms. Juliana Sanchu M.Sc. Assistant Professor Physical Chemistry 1 year
Ms.Thondilemla M.Sc Assistant Professor Organic Chemistry 1 year
11 List of senior visiting faculty

 

1 Dr. Lima Dept. of Zoology, Kohima Science College
2 Dr. Moa Dept. of Botany, Kohima Science College
3 Dr. Swati Sen Mandi Bose Institute, Kolkata
12 Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled(programme wise) by temporary faculty Nil
13 Student -Teacher Ratio (programme wise) 18:1
14 Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff; sanctioned and filled 1 laboratory assistant
15 Qualifications of teaching faculty with DSc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ MPhil / PG PG – 4
16 Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) National b) International funding Agencies and grants received NIL
17 Departmental projects funded by DST – FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc. and total grants received
National Seminar, October 3rd-4th, 2014 Ministry of Minority Affairs, New Delhi

ICSSR, Shillong

18 Research Centre /facility recognized by the University NIL
19 Publications NIL
20 Areas of consultancy and income generated NIL
21 Faculty as members in a) National committees b) International Committees c) Editorial Boards….: NIL

 

22 Student projects
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter departmental/ programme The entire 6th Semester honours student undertake projects for the partial fulfilment of B.Sc. Degree in Chemistry
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the institution i.e.in Research laboratories/Industry/other agencies NIL
23 Awards / Recognitions received by faculty and students Mr. Visedelie (1st year) – Painting competition ‘Youth and Mental Health’ – 3rd position
Students                Rank Holders in Nagaland University during the last 5 years
YEAR NAME RANK
2015 1 Sanio David 3rd Rank
2 N. Vilienuo Sorhie 6th Rank
24 List of eminent academicians and scientists / visitors to the department
1 Dr. Swati SenMandi Bose Institute, Kolkata
2 Dr. AbhinandanSaikia TISS, Guwahati
3 Dr. B.K. Konwar Nagaland University
25 Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized & the source of funding
a) National
Topic Resource Person Date Target group Topic
National Seminar on the Topic, ‘Bio-diversity of North-East India’

 

3rd – 4th Oct, 2014 I & II year Major students and the faculty members National Seminar on the Topic, ‘Bio-diversity of North-East India’

 

EUREKA – Science Fest Dr. Zavie Hiese, Senior Scientific Officer, Department of Science and Technology, Kohima 8th– 9th of August, 2014 I, II & III year major students EUREKA – Science Fest
Molecular Biology and Biotechnology Prof. Dr. Mandi, Bose Institute, Kolkata 6th October, 2014 I, II & III year major students Molecular Biology and Biotechnology
26 Students Profile Programme / Course-wise during the last 4 years
Name of the Course/ Programme Applications Received Selected Enrolled Pass Percentage
Male Female
B.Sc. – 2012- 13        51      32    17      15
B.Sc. – 2013-14        44      21    16      5
B.Sc. – 2014-15        49      22    14      8 71.42
27 Diversity of Students during the last 4 years
Name of the Course % of students from the same state % of students from other states % of students from abroad
B.Sc. – 2012-13        93.75        6.25            –
B.Sc. – 2013-14        95.24        4.76            –
B.Sc. – 2014-15        95.45        4.5            –
28 How many students have cleared national and state competitive NIL
29 Students Progression
Year

Name of

the Course/

Programme

Applications received Selected Enrolled Pass                                             percentage
Male Female
B.Sc. 2014-15   14 6 8 71.42
30 Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library AVAILABLE
b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students AVAILABLE
c) Class rooms with ICT facility All the classrooms have ICT facility for learning
d) Laboratory AVAILABLE
31 Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university, government or other agencies
No. of students receiving financial assistance from college 3
All the ST students receive financial assistance from the state 75
32 Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops /seminar) with external experts
Special lectures Dr. Lima, Kohima Science College

Dr. Moa, Kohima Science College

Dr. Swati Mandi, Bose Institute

National Seminar “Biodiversity of North East India”
33 Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning
Lecture cum Demonstration viz. Power Point presentation, debates, Educational Tour, Quiz, Discussions, Audio visuals, Science Exhibition etc
34 Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension activities
Students’ participation in many associations and clubs like NCC, NSS, Red Ribbon Club etc

 

SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans

Strength

Ø  Dedicated lecturer

Ø  Good infrastructure

Ø  Projector facilities

Ø  Good teacher-student ratio (1:18)

 

Weakness

Ø  Department library is not available

Ø  Instability of stuffs

Ø  The availability of students with mathematics back-ground pursuing chemistry is very limited

Ø  Department lacks sophisticated instrumentation facilities

 

Opportunity

Ø  To collaborate with industries for the 6th semester honours project
Ø  Exploration of avenue for linkage of Science with Technology.

Challenges

Ø  Extension of research activity at village level involving the problems related to the local community
Ø  New innovations and flexibility to emerging demands of sectors related to Chemical Sciences.
Ø  Create subject interest in the rural based students.

 

Future Plans

Ø  Bio gas plant

Ø  To collect non-biodegradable materials from the college campus for recycling.

Ø  To collaborate with industries for 6th semester Chemistry honours project.

Ø  To upgrade the Chemistry lab.

Department of Zoology

1 Name of the Department Zoology
2 Year of Establishment 2012
3 Names of programmes/course offered UG
4 Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the departments/units involve Not involved in any inter disciplinary course
5 Annual/ semester/choice based credit system (programme wise) Semester System
6 Participation of the department in the courses offered by other department The faculty members teach the required papers in other Departments
7 Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions, etc. Nil
8 Details of courses/programmes discontinued (if any) with reasons Nil
9 Total number of Assistant Professors 4 (four)
10 Faculty Profile
Dr. Ramita Sougrakpam Ph.D HOD, Zoology Dept Endocrinology 2
Ms. MolungsunglaLongchar M.Sc. Asst. Prof. Applied Genetics 1
Ms. Rukutalu M.Sc. Asst. Prof. Biochemistry 1
Ms. Ruulhounuo Rita Sekhose M.Sc. Asst. Prof Toxicology & Genetics 1
11 List of senior visiting faculty
Dr. Moaakum      Dept. of Botany, Kohima Science,College.
Dr. LimatemjenDr. Swati Sen Mandi                Dept. of Zoology, Kohima Science, College (Bose Institute, Kolkata)
12 Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled(programme wise) by temporary faculty Nil
13 Student -Teacher Ratio (programme wise) 1:27.2
14 Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff; sanctioned and filled One common laboratory assistant for Department of Zoology and Botany
15 Qualifications of teaching faculty with DSc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ MPhil / PG PhD –1   PG –3
16 Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) National b) International funding agencies and grants received No
17 Departmental projects funded by DST – FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc. and total grants received National Seminar, October 3rd-4th, 2014- Ministry of Minority Affairs, New Delhi (1,12,500)

-ICSSR, Shillong(50,000)

 

18 Research Centre /facility recognized by the University No
19 Publications 5 (4 International,1 National)
i) A comparative study on photoperiodic control of seasonal cycles in the forales of migratory yellow breasted bunting and the resident tree sparrow

Journal :Photochemical and Photobiology Sciences;Publisher :Royal Society of Chemistry; Year : 2014, Pg 1568-1579

ii) Photoperiodic regulation of seasonal reproduction, molt and body weight in the      migratory male yellow-breasted bunting ( Emberizaaureola)

Journal :Animal reproduction science , 2013; Publisher: Elsevier; Impact factor :1.73, Pg 141 PP-98-108

iii) Circadian rhythmicity in photoperiodic regulation of reproductive response in the     yellow-breasted bunting

Journal :Biological Rhythm Research , 2012; Publisher :Taylor and Francis ISSN-0929-1016 Print / ISSN – 1744-4179 online

iv) A report on the presence of three avian lice ( insect: Pthiraptera) in different regions of North East India

Journal: Journal of Bombay Natural History Society; Publisher: Journal of Bombay Natural History Society; Issue:08 (I) Jan-April, 2011

  v) Panorama of fish catching devices in Manipur State of Inida
20 Areas of consultancy and income generated Journal: Science & Society 5(2) pp 1-188, 2007
21 Faculty as members in;

a) National committees

b) International Committees

c) Editorial Board      

Nil
22 Student projects
Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter departmental/programme As a partial completion of the syllabus all final year students undertake minor projects
Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the institution i.e. in Research laboratories/Industry/other     agencies No
23 Awards / Recognitions received by faculty and students
Students                Rank Holders in Nagaland University during the last 5 years
YEAR NAME RANK/AWARD
2015 1 Yinsangchipenla 2nd Rank
2 K. Nonlih 3rd Rank
3 Mongsenlepla T. Chang 4th Rank
4 Noyingbeni M. Odyuo 7th Rank
24 List of eminent academicians and scientists / visitors to the department
1 Dr. Swati Sen Mandi : Bose Institute, Kolkata
2 Dr. Abhinandan Saikia : TISS, Guwahati
3 Dr. B.K. Konwar : Nagaland University
4 Dr. Limatemjen : Kohima Science College
5 Dr. Moakum : Kohima Science College
25 Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized & the source of funding
National seminar National Seminar on ‘Biodiversity of North East India – 2014

Sources of Funding: Ministry of Minority Affairs, New Delhi & ICSSR, Shillong

 

Workshop Title Resource Date Venue Attended
Beekeeping and Honey mission Faculty from Bee Keeping & Honey Mission 24th and 25th October, 2014 Kohima Science College Ms. Rukutalu with 6 students of Zoology Honours of 5th Sem
Molecular Biology and Biotechnology Prof. Dr. Mandi, Bose Institute, Kolkata 6th October, 2014 St. Joseph’s College Science students
Career guidance Associate professor, Dr. Limatemjen, Zoology Dept. Kohima Science College 4th November, 2014 St. Joseph’s College 1st, 2nd and 3rd year Science students
26 Students Profile Programme / Course-wise during the last 4 years
Name of the Course/ Programme Applications Received Selected Enrolled Pass Percentage
Male Female
B.Sc. – 2012-13 73 57 26 31
B.Sc. – 2013-14 41 29 11 18
B.Sc.- 2014-15 55 34 15 19 53.84
27 Diversity of Students during the last 4 years
Name of the Course % of students from the same state % of students from other states % of students from abroad
B.Sc. – 2012-13 92.98 7.02 0
B.Sc. – 2013-14 96.55 3.45 0
   B.Sc.- 2014-15            94.1 5.9 0
28 How many students have cleared national and state competitive NA
30 Students Progression
Ø  First batch of students have appeared their 6th semester final exam in May, 2015 and the honours-wise pass percentage are:
Ø  General 50.00%; Zoology Honours 53.85%
31 Details of Infrastructural facilities
Library Common College library
Internet facilities for Staff & Students Common internet facility
Class rooms with ICT facility All the classrooms have ICT facility for learning
Laboratories Three laboratories for Chemistry, Botany and Zoology
32 Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university government or other agencies
No. of students receiving financial assistance from college 2 from the institution112 ST students receive financial   assistance from the state.
33 Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops /seminar) with external experts
Special lectures by:            Dr. Limatemjen, Kohima Science College
Dr. Moakum, Kohima Science College
Dr. Swati Mandi, Bose Institute
Seminar: National Seminar on Biodiversity of North East India
34 Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning
  Ø  Lecture cum Demonstration viz. Power Point presentation,
Ø  Debates, Educational Tour,
Ø  Quiz,
Ø  Discussions,
Ø  Audio visuals,Science Exhibition etc
35

Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension activities

Students’ participation in many associations and clubs like NCC, NSS, Red Ribbon Club etc

 

SWOT analysis of the department and Future plans
Strengths
  • Availability of young and qualified staff in the department
  • Faculty are approachable and encouraged the students to express their opinion in various matters
  • Class rooms with ICT facility
Weakness
  • Department library is not available
  • Instability of the staff due to various reasons
  • The laboratory is not well equipped.
Opportunity
  • The location of the college in the midst of biodiversity rich zone allows the students to practically involve with the theory
  • The students are given opportunity in field studies
Challenges
  • No proper criteria was followed for the admission of the student
  • The location of the college is a major problem during natural disasters
  • Faculty leaving the college in between the academic year

 

Future Plans
  • To establish zoological museum
  • To upgrade zoology laboratory.
  • To establish rain water harvesting