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Uluberia, Howrah,

West Bengal, India

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AQAR of The IQAC 2010-2011

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Part - A

 

This is our fourth year I.Q.A.C report. Since our assessment by N.A.A.C four years back, we have tried to achieve what we lack in our academic, administrative as well as in our infrastructural sphere. Our institution is situated practically in an urban area and most of our students come from distant villages and many of them come from economically and educationally backward families. Not only that, as our is one of the oldest college in Howrah District and situated in a convenient place and has a cordial academic atmosphere, huge number of students come to our college for admission and we have no way to refuse them. So we have to work with many constraints, but with the constant co-operation of our faculty members, office and administrative staff along with the student community we are moving on towards a prospective tomorrow.

 

 

 

Part - B

 

1.Activities reflecting the Goals and objectives of the institution.
  ‘Education is the apprenticeship of life’ keeping this motto in view we are trying to develop in our students not only academic interest but also interest in different spheres of life. We encourage them to develop their creative writings and speaking power by organizing different seminars, debate competition etc. To develop their independent thinking and judgment faculty members of different departments organize student seminar. We know that it is essential for a person to acquire an understanding of and a lively feeling for values, so we arrange for our students to participate in various social activities like anti-drug campaign among villagers, campaign for environmental awareness, participation in cultural, educational and infra-structural development of a selected area near our college. The N.C.C and N.S.S wings of our college encourage the students to participate in these programmes.  

2. New Academic programme initiated (UG and PG) :
As has already been mentioned in our previous I.Q.A.C report, from the academic year 2009-10 Sanskrit Honours in B.A and Computer Science General in B.SC have been started. This year a large number of students have opted for Sanskrit Honours.

3. Innovations in curricular design and transaction:

We are not in a position to innovate anything in curricular design and transaction as we have to abide by the curriculum already structured by CU, under which we are registered.


4. Inter-disciplinary programmes started: 
With the introduction of Computer Science course the scope for inter disciplinary approach is being open as the department of mathematics is actively participating in the programme of computer science department.


5. Examination reforms implemented: 
The rules and regulations of final examinations are predetermined by CU. So we are not in a position to implement examination reforms. But we have introduced some innovatory measures in our internal assessment of the students which assists them to understand their shortcomings and overcome them.


6. Candidates qualified : NET / SLET / GATE etc. : 
Two of our students of Mathematics Department have qualified NET this year.


7. Initiative towards faculty development programme: 
Our institution always takes initiative towards faculty development programme  by sending teachers to seminars, workshops, different training courses organized by universities or any other organizations. Teachers are also sent to orientation and refresher courses organized by universities. A quite good number of papers have been published by our faculty members in several journals. Some of them have presented papers in seminars, symposiums and delivered lectures on academic topics related to their disciplines. Some of our faculty members are engaged in collaborative research work with different Indian and Foreign Institutions. (See Annexure). Some of our teachers are working for their Ph.D degrees . Sri Uttam Purkait, Part-time teacher of Bengali Department and Sri Niloy Kundu of zoology depertment have achieved their Ph.D degrees in this academic year. Sm.Supti Ghata has completed  Ph.D course work  in Mathematics under Burdwan University.


8. Total number of seminars / workshops conducted :
This year a U.G.C sponsored state-level seminar has been organized by our B.Ed Department. It organized a one-day seminar on “Emerging Trends in Contemporary Education: implications for 21st Century, A Sequel” in collaboration with institute of advanced Studies in Education, David Hume Training College, 23rd March 2011.
Bengali Department and Philosophy Department have organized departmental seminars celebrating Tagore’s 150th Birth Annivresery on 2.12.2010 and 22.3.2011 respectively The topics of the seminars were “Sishu Bikashe Sahsj Path”and “Rabindra Dristite Manush”
Bengali Department organized another seminar on 23rd February 2011 to celebrate International Mother Tongue Day
Commerce Department has arranged two departmental seminars on “Global Warming, Climate Change and Its Implications on Business and Growing Economy” on August 2010 and “Union Budget- Its Impact on Investors and Business” on April 2011.
Department of Zoology organized an UGC sponsored State-level Seminar on Wetland Ecosystem and its Faunal Diversity, in collaboration with Directorate of Forests, Govt. of West Bengal on 7th January, 2011.
Department of Zoology conducted an UGC sponsored State-level Workshop on Wetland Ecosystem:Physico-chemical Analysis and Management in collaboration with Directorate of Forests, Govt. of West Bengal on 1st and 2nd April, 2011.
Department of Chemistry organized a seminar “Our Tribute to Acharya Prafulla Chandra Roy, Uluberia College” on 1st Oct, 2010.


9. Research Projects:
Two Minor Research Projects are going on. Three of our faculty members have applied for Minor Research Project. A Major Project ( under D.S.T. West Bengal) is going on under Dr. Nikhil Ch Halder, Department of Botany fom the year 2008-9.

10. Patents generated, if any: 
Nil.


11New collaborative research programmes:
The collaborative research programmes mentioned in the I.Q.A.C (2009-10) are going on.


 12. Research grants received from various agencies: 
.Rs 1 Lakh 90 Thousand granted by D.S.T West Bengal in the year 2008-09.


13. Details of research scholars:
Being an undergraduate educational institution it has no research facility, so the faculty members cannot take any research scholar under this institution. Some of our faculty members guide research scholars registered in other institutions.


14. Citation index of faculty members and impact factor:
   See annexure.


15. Honors / Awards to the Faculty:
“BEST PAPER PRESENTATION AWARD” at the National symposium on “ MICRPBES AND HUMAN HEALTH ”  18TH  & 19TH  MARCH, 2011 SPONSORED BY INDIAN COUNCIL OF MEDICAL RESEARCH, NEW DELHI  Organised by Deptt. Of Botany,Ramkrishna Mahavidyalaya, Kailashahar, TRIPURA-799277.  
Sri Uttam Purkait, part-time teacher of Bengali Department and Sri Niloy Kundu, part-time teacher of Zoology Department have been awarded Ph.D degree from Calcutta University..


16. Internal resources generated: 
Our college generates the following internal resource in the financial year 2010 -2011:                        
1. Admission Fee         - Rs 3,74,725
2. Tuition Fee              -  Rs 35,62,065
3. Development Fee     - Rs 10,88,448
4. Electricity. Fee          - Rs. 8,18,346
5. Session Fee                - Rs. 1,89,180
6. Laboratory Fee           -Rs.61,410
7. Library Fee                 -Rs.2,62.825
8. Income from B.Ed           -16,10,862
9. Misc.                                 -2,774     

17. Details of departments getting SAP, COSIST(ASSIST) / DST, FIST, etc.
.Nil.


18. Community Services:
Our N,C.C. cadets, both boys and girls,  organized Rally and processions on Communal Harmony  and Environmental Awareness  on 15th August 2011and 25th November 2011, Independent Day and N.C.C Day respectively under the guidance of two N.C.C officers Capt.Dipak Nath and Lt.Suparna Banerjee of our college.  
Throughout the period, NSS organised many programmes in its regular activities: a competition of six events were organised to celebrate Commonwealth Games 2010 during 3-4 September 2010. NSS also observed International Human Rights Day on 10 December 2010 with a workshop on the Right to Information. The Department of Political Science rendered academic support. With academic support from the Department of Bengali Language and Literature, NSS organised a one-day Seminar to observe the programme ‘Bharta Tirtha’, remembering ‘International Mother Tongue Day.’ NSS also has undertaken many activities in the College campus throughout this period. Finally, the UNICEF entrusted upon NSS Volunteers to administer pulse-polio immunisation campaign. The volunteers worked on the field in two rounds and their performance was expressly appreciated by the UNICEF. 
NSS also organised a Special Cap in the adopted Kaijuri Village, adjacent to Uluberia town from 12 March 2011 to 18 March 2011. In addition of talks on various issues like Biodiversity, Protection of local fishes, NSS Volunteers rendered physical labour towards maintenance of various community resources like old temples, playgrounds and the overall locality. They also worked towards erection of a bridge over a canal in the village. Their performance was very much appreciated by the local community.


19. Teachers and officers newly recruited: 
    This year no teaching or non- teaching staff has been recruited by the Government.

20. Teaching Non-teaching ratio:


Teaching

Non-teaching

33(Full time)          

34(permanent)

        27(part-ime)          

21(casual)

21. Improvements in the library services:
New Library software “Libsys” has been introduced this year.


22. New books / journals subscribed and their cost:
This year library has purchased total 872 books costing Rs.1,49,114. No new journal has been subscribed this year.


23Courses in which student assessment of teachers in introduced and the action taken on student feedback:
In all the courses student assessment of teachers has been introduced. Students of all honors classes assess their teachers at the end of their final year. The information gathered from the feedback of the students are communicated by the authority to the individual teachers and they are being advised to take necessary measures, if required.


24. Unit cost of education: 
Rs: 7038/-


25. Computerization of administration and the process of admissions and examination results, issue of certificates:
Administrative activities of our College have been computerized. The process of admission has also been computerized. College is not the authority to publish final result or issue certificates; hence question of computerization does not arise in this field. We are in the process of computerizing the publication of College test and pre-test examinations.


26. Increase in the infrastructural facilities:
This year new Administrative Building of Netaji Subhas Open University wing and Vidyasagar Distant Education Centre of our college has been inaugurated by Vice-Chancellor of Vidyasagar University. 
New Computer Science laboratory has been inaugurated by our Principal in this academic year.
Hostel Building for Girl students has been started from the previous year and the construction is still going on. 

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27. Technology up-gradation:
This year we haven done any technological up-gradation in our college.


28. Computer and internet access and training to teachers and students:
In all departments as well as in libraries there are computers with internet facilities. Both the teachers and students have access to internet. Out institution does not provide any professional training to the teachers or students. There is a computer centre run by Institute of Engineers in our College, where students as well as the staff of the College get opportunity to have professional training at consolidated rate.


29. Financial aid to students: 
This year (Session 2010-2011) financial aid given to the students are as follows:
i. 703 students have been granted half-free studentship. Rs.2,32,220 has been provided from the college fund for this purpose.
ii. Rs. 9000 as Labor Welfare Stipend (Govt.Grant) has been given to the students.


30. Support from the Alumni Association and its activities: 
In the past, successful alumni, established in and outside the country, had faced difficulties in communicating with this institution. Of late, this College has introduced internet facility and its own website. A subcommittee, entrusted to look after the alumni association, seeks advices from the alumni to organize annual celebration of the foundation day of the institution, programme on various social and academic issues. This institute anticipates receiving constructive feedback and financial assistance from them in future also.


31. Support from the Parent-Teacher Association and its activities:
Parent-teacher association comprises two parts – general body and departmental bodies.
The institution arranges an annual gathering to receive suggestion for smooth running of the College and welfare of the student community. 
Departmental guardian teachers meetings were held where feed back had been taken from individual parent for their child to ascertain about their academic progress.


32. Health services:
The health centre of our College is situated at a stone’s throw from the College campus. It is associated with Students’ Health Home, Calcutta where students get all sorts of free health service. Every year College collected Rs. 15/-(Fifteen only) from each student and deposited the money to the Student Health Home which provides free health service to the students. This year Rs. 25.970 has been deposited.


33. Performance in sports activities:
The College participated in the Inter-District Football Championship and Inter-District Athletic Championship organized by C.U on February 2011.


34. Incentives to outstanding sports persons:
Special financial assistances are provided as incentives to outstanding sports persons. They are provided with convenience allowance, tiffin allowance, kits allowance etc. They also enjoy half-free studentship. They are also awarded medals from the Institution as recognition of their performance.


35. Student achievements and awards:
Last year (2010) eight students got first class in Part-III Examination. In our institution practice of giving prize to the students securing highest marks in B.A., B.Sc.(Pure) and B.Com. 


36. Activities of the Guidance and Counseling Cell:
The institution has a grievance redressal cell which also acts as a guidance and counseling cell. The teachers make themselves available to the students whenever necessary and help the students with their valuable suggestions and counseling.


37. Placement services provided to students:
There is no formal placement service cell in our institution. But we often invite different professional institutions to make our students aware of different job facilities and to orient them for such jobs. The teachers also within their personal capacity advise the students regarding their future jobs. 
Department of Commerce has organized two seminars to orient the students regarding today’s employment scenario: i) Career Development Programme by Frankfinn Training Academy on January 2011 and ii) Career Opportunities in Defence, Army, Airforce, Navy on February 2011.


38. Development programmes for non-teaching staff:
This year no specific development programmes for non-teaching staff has been arranged. Two of our office staff are taking computer training at free of cost from the computer centre of our College.


39. Best practices of the institution:
The institution has some best practices which are as follows:

  • Like the previous years, this year also our faculty members have published an Academic Journal, ‘Quest’ where our faculty members contribute papers.
  • The faculty members also conduct ‘study circle’ in every month where one of the faculty members deliver lecture on a popular theme related with his or her specific discipline. Students as well as teachers participate in the lecture.
  • The faculty members of different departments encourage the students to publish wall magazines. They also arrange students’ seminars, quiz and debate competition.
  • Students take part in different cultural programme arranged by the College. The students’ union takes initiative in arranging such programme. They also arrange different music competition, indoor games competition.
  • The institution has NCC wings – Both for Boys and Girls which maintain unity and discipline in the College campus and participate in various social awareness programme.
  • The college  has a N.S.S wing -  The boys and girls  volunteers perform various kinds of social work under the able guidance of our N.S.S. Programme Officer Dr. Sujaya Ghosh.
  • The college provides health care facilities to the students.
  • There are some Endowment Funds in the college invested by different renowned persons of the locality for giving awards to the meritorious students.
  • Teachers Council, Non-Teaching Association and Student Union always give financial help to the students whenever necessary.
  • There is a practice of evaluating and assessing the faculty members by the students.
  • The faculty members always help the students by their counseling in academic, professional and also in their personal matters.
  • Every year different department conduct educational tour and some department arrange outings for the students.

Another important thing, which should be mentioned as one of the best practices of our College, is the healthy and cordial relationship among our students, teachers and non-teaching staff.


40. Linkages developed with National / International, academic / research bodies:
The faculty members of the college has Linkage with Jadavpur University, Science College, Indian Statistical Institute and institute of Leather Technology, Kolkata. 

 

 

 

 

Part C

 

Future Plan:-

 

  • Improvement of Teaching–Learning process with modern electronics and multimedia aids.
  •  Functioning as a nodal centre for human resource development for self help group.
  • Augmenting infrastructure facilities to match latest trends.
  • Academic and administrative reforms and office automation.
  • Setting up platforms for regular and productive campussing for different kind of jobs.
  • Providing further quantum boosts to existing amenities, equipments and facilities by arranging funds from various funding agencies.
  • Strengthening of existing departments catering to postgraduate studies and advanced level research.

All the above plans are still in pipeline and we hope that we can materialize them soon.

 

 

Dr. Aditi Bhattacharya
Dr. Debasish Pal
Name & Signature of the Coordinator, IQAC
Name & Signature of the Chairperson, IQAC

 

 

Annexure

 

DR. TAPAS SAMANTA:

  • Intuitionistic fuzzy continuity and uniform convergence, Bivas Dinda and T. K. Samanta, Int. J. Open Problems Compt. Math., Vol. 3, No. 1, March 2010 pp 8 – 26.
  • Fuzzy Anti – Metric Space, Iqbal H. Jebril, Hemen Dutta and T. K. Samanta, International Journal of Applied Mathematics, Vol. 23, No. 2, 2010, pp 257 –264.
  • Fuzzy Anti – Normed Linear Space, Iqbal H. Jebril and T. K. Samanta, Journal of Mathematics and Technology, ISSN: 2078-0257, February, 2010 pp 67 – 77.
  • Fuzzy anti-bounded linear functional, Bivas Dinda, T. K. Samanta and U. K. Bera, Global Journal of Science Frontier Research, 10(3) (2010) pp.36 – 45.
  • A Note on Intuitionistic Fuzzy Hypervector Spaces, Sanjay Roy and T. K. Samanta, Global Journal of Computer Science and Technology, Vol. 10, Issue 10, 2010, pp. 84 – 93.
  • Relations on intuitionistic fuzzy soft sets, Bivas Dinda and T. K. Samanta, Gen. Math. Notes, Vol. 1, No. 2, December 2010, pp. 74-83, ISSN 2219-7184;
  • Fuzzy ideals in _ – semiring, Jayanta Ghosh, T. K. Samanta, Global Journal of Science Frontier Research, Volume 11 Issue 1, Version 1.0 February 2011 pp 15 – 21, ISSN: 0975-4350.
  • A Note on Generalized Intuitionistic Fuzzy _-Normed Linear Space, T. K. Samanta and Sumit Mohinta, Global Journal of Science Frontier Research Volume 11 Issue 1, Version 1.0 February 2011 pp 23 – 33, ISSN: 0975-4350.
  • A Note on Convergence in Normed Hypervector Spaces, Sanjay Roy and T. K. Samanta, GeneralMathematics Notes Vol. 2, No. 1, January 2011, pp 149 – 158.
  • Fuzzy Soft Rings and Fuzzy Soft Ideals , Jayanta Ghosh, Bivas Dinda and T.K. Samanta , Int. J. Pure Appl. Sci. Technol. 2 ( 2 ) (2011) , pp 66 – 74.

List of Accepted Papers:

  • A Note on Hypervector Spaces, Sanjay Roy and T. K. Samanta, accepted on “Discussiones Mathematicae-General Algebra and Applications”.
  • Fuzzy anti-bounded linear operators, Bivas Dinda, T. K. Samanta and I.H.Jebril, accepted on “StudiaUniversitatis Babes-BolyaiMathematica”.
  • Fuzzy anti-norm and _-anti-convergence, Bivas Dinda, T. K. Samanta and I.H.Jebril, accepted on “Demonistratia Mathematica”. 3
  • Gateaux and Frechet derivative in intuitionistic fuzzy normed linear spaces, Bivas Dinda, T. K. Samanta and U. K. Bera, accepted on “World Scientific Journal (NM&NC) in Mathematics”.
  • Innerproduct Hyperspaces , Sanjoy Roy and T. K. Samanta , accepted on “Itelian Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics”.
  • On Fixed-point theorems in Intuitionistic Fuzzy metric Space I, T. K. Samanta and Sumit Mohinta accepted on “General Mathematics Note”.

DR. SUJAY GHOSH

  • ‘Human Development: A Citizenship Approach.’ In: Himanshu Sekhar Rout and S. Bhyrava Murthy (eds.) Human Development in India: Challenges and Policies (New Delhi: New Century Publications), pp 13-30. ISBN: 978-81-7707-239-5 (print).
  • ‘Consumerism: A Sociological Analysis’ in Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, No. 7 (September 2010), pp.204-16. ISSN: 0973-8738 (print).
  • ‘Principles of Citizenship Education’ in the Proceedings of UGC Sponsored State Level Seminar: Emerging Trends in Contemporary Education: Implications for 21st Century – A Sequel, pp.50-52.
  • Presented paper – ‘Principles of Citizenship Education’ to the UGC Sponsored State Level Seminar: “Emerging Trends in Contemporary Education: Implications for 21st Century – A Sequel” organised by B.Ed Department, Uluberia College on 25th March, 2011. 
  • Presented a paper ‘Public Policies for Human Development? Recent Legislations in India’ in the Annual Conference, organised by the Canadian Association for the Study of International Development (CASID), in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada. CASID shall partially sponsor his travel.
  • Forthcoming Article: ‘NGO O Samakalin Rajniti’, Pathshala [in Bengali].

Dr. Siddhartha Bhattacharya

  • Research paper  published:
  • “Improvement of Multivoltine breed for better fecundity – a study in  Nistari race of Silkworm, Bombyx mori L.” Journal of Interacademica. 2010. 14(4) :475-480.
  •  “Survey on faunal diversity of Hogla Wetland in West Bengal”. Journal of Interacademica. 2011. 15(2)
  • “Studies on Freshwater Gastropoda (samuk) diversity and their population abundance as bioindicators of water quality in  three perennial  ponds of  Howrah  district, West  Bengal”. Environment and Ecology. (Accepted).
  • “Studies on Isozyme variability in a newly developed multivoltine strains of Nistari Silkworm ( D+p), Bombyx mori L.” International journal of Industrial Entomology (Accepted).  

      Paper Published in Procedings :

  •  Faunal diversity of Hogla Wetland in West Bengal. Procedings of the UGC sponsored state level seminar on “ Wetland ecosystem and its faunal diversity” 2011. pp.28-30.
  •  Freshwater fauna as indicator of water quality. Procedings of the UGC sponsored state level Workshop on “ Wetland ecosystem : Physico-chemical analysis and Management”. 2011. Pp.7-10.
  •  Biodiversity and Sustainable Development. Procedings of the UGC sponsored state level seminar on “ Emerging trends in contempory Education : Implications for 21st Century” – A Sequal.2011. Pp.76-77.
  • Environment Impact Assessment –A Rational approach to Sustainable   Development. Procedings of the UGC  sponsored state level seminar on “ Emerging trends in contempory Education : Implications for 21st Century”. 2011. Pp. 82-84.

C) Invited as valued speaker at the UGC Sponsored National Seminar on “Biodiversity and its land use” at Kanailal Bhattacharya College, Howrah.

 

Dr. Nikhil Halder

 

  • N.C. Halder,V.K.Dwivedi and Rashmi Singh(2010); “ Effect of Dimecron 50% EC on growth and Nitrogenase acyivity of four fast growing strains of scytonemataceae”. Nat. J.  Life Sc; An International Biannual journal of Life Sciences: 7(2) P-163-168.
  • N.C. Halder (2011);  “CYANOBACTERIA: WONDER IN MICROBIAL WORLD” ABSTRACT AND ESPECIAL  ISSUED published in the NATIONASYMPOSIUM    on “MICRPBES AND HUMAN HEALTH ”  18TH  & 19TH  MARCH, 2011 SPONSORED BY INDIAN COUNCIL OF MEDICAL RESEARCH, NEW DELHI  Organised by Deptt. Of Botany,Ramkrishna Mahavidyalaya, Kailashahar, TRIPURA.
  • “Diversity and characterization of Cyanobacteria in different districts of West Bengal” Paper presented in theSEMINAR on “WET LAND ECOSYSTEM  AND FAUNAL DIVERSITY” UGC SPOSORED  organized by Department of Zoology, Uluberia college, Howrah.

Dr. Aditi Bhattrcharya

  • “Bostu O Bostudharma: Jaina O Paschatya Darsanikder Drishtite ekti paryalochona” published in Darshan Biksha, a journal published by Darshan Bibhag Jadavpur Biswa Vidyalaya on December 2010.
  • “Bharitiya Narir Prekshyaye Drishyomanata / A- Drishyomanata: Ekti Darshanik paryalochona” to be published in the proceeding of UGC sponsored seminar organised by Moulana Azad College, Kolkata on Feb, 2011.

Dr. Jayasee Sarkar

  • “Women Education and their Organizations in the Early Decades of the Twentieth century” in the proceeding of -Emerging trends in contemporary education: Implication for 21st century”-a sequel of B.Ed department of Uluberia college 2011.

Dr. Momotaj Begam

  • “Bangali Musalman Narir Samajic paribaric Abosthan” a paper presented in the international seminar coducted by jadavpur university on 21 Feb, 2011.
  • “Nirendranath Chakroborty’r kobitai porshi kutumer sthan” to be published in the proceeding of UGC seminar conducted by B.Ed Department of Uluberia College on Aug, 2011.
  • “Baijnanik Dristite Vivekanander Bani”- to be published in the proceeding of UGC sponsored seminar conducted by chemistry department Uluberia College on 21st Sep, 2011.
  • “Abashyik Bikshya, A book published by J. Publication, 2011.

Dr. Niloy Kundu

  • Kundu, N. (2011) Sampling technique and diversity estimation of freshwater zooplankton – A bioindicator for pristine wetlands. Proceedings of Workshop on Wetland Ecosystem: Physico-Chemical Analysis and Management. Department of Zoology, Uluberia College, Uluberia, West Bengal, 16-18.
  • Kundu, N. and Homechaudhuri, S. (2011) Importnce of river-side wetlands – A metacommunity approach. Proceedings of Seminar on Wetland Ecosystem and its Faunal Diversity. Department of Zoology, Uluberia College, Uluberia, West Bengal, 31-36.

Sri Mintu Deyashi

  • Rann of Kutch seasonal wetland- “The city of Flammingo” In the Proceedings of UGC sponsored State level seminar-“Wetland Ecosystem and its Faunal Diversity”.
  • Use of bio-indicators to determine water quality of aquatic ecosystem. In the Proceedings of UGC sponsored State level workshop-“Wetland Ecosystem: Physico-chemical analysis and management”.
  • The process of science-“The way one gets at the truth” In the Proceedings of UGC sponsored State level seminar-Emerging trends in contemporary education: Implication for 21st century”-a sequel of B.Ed department of Uluberia college 2011.

Sm. Anjana Das

  • “Past and Present Education System in India” – A paper published in the proceeding of -Emerging trends in contemporary education: Implication for 21st century”-a sequel of B.Ed department of Uluberia college 2011.

Hamida Khatun

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    • “Wetland Conservation and Management” in the Proceedings of Seminar on Wetland Ecosystem and its Faunal Diversity. Department of Zoology, Uluberia College, Uluberia, West Bengal,