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Uluberia, Howrah,

West Bengal, India

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    Main Entrance Area of the College. This photo was taken from the main entrance area.

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    NAAC Peer Team Visit 2014

    NAAC Peer Team Visit. The team is browsing the campus

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    NAAC Peer Team Visit -2014

    NAAC Peer Team Visit. The team is browsing the campus

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    NAAC PEER Team visit 2014

    NAAC Peer Team is addressing in the Alumni and Parents meet 2014.

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AQAR of The IQAC 2011-2012

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Part - A

 

Established in 1948 in the sub-divisional town of Uluberia as an institution of higher studies imparting UG courses to all aspiring learners from diverse communities (minority- dominated) and economic background from rural areas, the Uluberia College, with the passage of time, has prepared, modified and upgraded itself to meet the academic challenges and changing demands of the learners and society. The acceptance of accreditation system by NACC in colleges and universities has undoubtedly become very much beneficial for the improvement of academic atmosphere of the educational institutions and our institution is no exception to this. Besides efficiently carrying on the regular and traditional form of imparting UG courses in the Arts, Science and Commerce Stream, the curriculum has now diversified to conduct PG course in Botany, Zoology, Environmental Science, Commerce, English, Bengali, History and Sanskrit in the Distant Mode. No effort is spared for the all-round development of the students by the faculty. The college strives to make individuals who were not only academically sound but also well balanced and morally good. All these qualitative as well as quantitative achievements on the part of our institution have been achieved by ceaseless efforts on the part of our administration, teaching, non-teaching as well as student union.

 

 

 

 

Part - B

 

1. Activities reflecting the goals objectives of the Institution :
In order to uplift the academic atmosphere of the institution the faculty members implement the curriculum employing innovative teaching methods and teaching materials. This institution seeks to form the basic moral character of the students who can truly serve the society. Hence it always encourages the students to take part in different social and outreach activities which enables them becoming aware of the various problems of their surrounding and urges them to do something for the society. We always remember the great saying of Swamiji:” I hold everyman a traitor who, having been educate at their expense pays not the least held to them.’


2. New academic programme initiated (UG and PG) :
In this academic year (2011-12) Calcutta University has granted our appeal to introduce two new subjects - Education and Micro - Biology, in our UG course and the inspection is due on 24th may,2012. We are not very sure whether we can introduce these new subjects in this academic year as the 1st year classes is due tentatively on 2nd week of July.


3. Innovations in curricular design and transaction:
Since our college is affiliated under The University of Calcutta, there is restricted or no freedom in designing the curriculum.


4. Inter- disciplinary programmes started:
We have not yet introduced any formal inter-disciplinary programme. But we often organize seminars  involving faculty members of different departments.


5. Examination reforms implemented:
We cannot implement examination reforms as the rules and regulations of the Final examinations are predetermined by C.U. But the set patterns of our internal examinations are being constantly reformed by us according to the need of the students to assist them in understanding their flaws, shortcomings and provide them opportunity to overcome these.

6. Candidates qualified: NET/ SLET/ GATE etc:
No information received.

7. Initiative towards faculty development programme:
The college sent its faculty members to seminars, workshops, different training courses organize by different universities or any other institutions. Teachers are also sent to Orientation and Refresher courses organized by different universities.
            Faculty members are being encouraged by the authority to engage themselves in doctoral and post doctoral research work. There is a Research Committee constituted with faculty members belonging to various disciplines. The institution encourages its faculty members to carry out research both individually and in collaboration with other reputed institute and personnel. Some of our faculty members are engaged in collaborative research works with different Indian as well as foreign institutions. A quite good number of papers have been published by our faculty members in several national and international journals. (See annexure). Free internet access to all faculty members is available at the college.


8. Total number of seminars/ workshops conducted: 
            This year two U.G.C sponsored National Seminars were organized by Mathematics Department on “Recent Trend in Fuzzy Set Theory, Rough Set Theory and Soft Set Theory ” on 23 rd and 24th September 2011 and by B.Ed Department on “ Sustainable Resource Management– Myth and Reality’ on 18th and 19th November 2011
            One U.G.C sponsored State Level seminar was organized by Chemistry Department on “ Chemistry For Mankind” on 16th September 2011.
Department of Physics is going to organize one- day U.G.C sponsored State- Level Seminar on “ Current trends in Material Science” likely to be held on August 2012.
            Department of Physics has also organized two Departmental seminars on “Physics of Mechano- affected Diseases” by an invited speaker Dr. Sudipto Samanta (Research Scientist) from SMART, Bio Sym; MIT (CASAIL) USA on 4th January,2012 and on ‘The Wonder of Nano World” by another invited speaker Dr., Soumitra Satspati from University of Massachusetts Lowell USA on 10th January 2.
            An Interactive Seminar was organized by B.Ed. department to commemorate the Bicentenary of Charles Dickens and the Inauguration of Ujjan a calligraphic magazine with an address by internationally acclaimed RJ Den. 
            Department of History organized a Departmental Seminar on “Shining India-r Gorve Kshudhartha Bharat” (‘Hungry India in the Womb of Shining India’). 
            Department of commerce organized Departmental seminars on the following topics : a) Budged 2011-12, b) Direct or Indirect Tax Reforms, c) Globalization & Financial Sector Reforms in India. 
            Besides these, most of the departments have organized student’s seminars where students contribute papers on their respective subjects and exchange their views with the teachers. 
            Bengali Department organized student seminar on ‘Rabindra Sahjtye Charitra Baichitra’ (The variety of characters in Tagore’s Literature) on 10th January, 2012. 
            English Department organized student seminar on “History of English Literature” on 21st December, 2011. 
            Sanskrit Department organized student seminar on “Karaka Prakaranam” on 4th January, 2012. 
            Philosophy Department organized seminar on “Philosophical Thoughts of Swami Vivekananda” on 19th December, 2011. 
Chemistry Department organized student seminar on 14th, 15th and 16th November, 2011 where 90% of the 1st year students participated. 
            Mathematics Department organized student seminar on 6th and 7th December, 2011. 
            Botany and Zoology Department also organized student seminar in this academic session.

9.Research Projects :
This year (2012) a Major Research Project (U.G.C) under the guidance of Dr. S.S.Bhattacharya in the People’s Biodiversity Research Centre in the department of 
Zoology has been started.  Another Major receasrch project (under D. S. T. West Bengal) is going on since 2009 under Dr. Nikhil Chandra Halder of the depertment of Botany.
This year (2012) Minor research project has been granted under Dr. Momotaj Begam of Bengali Department and another under Dr. Supatra Sen of B.Ed. Department.


10. Patents generated, if any :
            Nil
11.New collaborative Research Programmes :         
Nil.


12. Reasearch grants receipt from various agencies :       

a) Rs. 1 Lakh 90 thousands by  D.S.T. , West Bengal b) Rs. 5.28 Lakh granted by U.G.C. fo major project  & c) Rs. 2 Lakhs by U.G.C. for too minor projects.


13. Details of research scolars :
 Ours is an undergraduate educational institutional so it has no research facility.


14. Citation Index of Faculty members & Impact factor :
Citation index are given in the annxure.


15. Honours / Awards to the faculty :
Dr. Nikhil Chandra Halder of Baotany department has been conferred  Honorary Fallowship (F.S.L.Sc.) by the society of Life Scineces Satna, Madhyapradesh for his outstanding contributions in the field of Life Sciences.


16. Internal resources generated :
Our College generates following internal resource in this financial year (2011-12)
Admission fee           -            5,44,857.00
Tution fee                 -           38,50,920.00
Development fee      -           23,28,282.00
Electricity fee            -          10,67,957.00
Session Fee              -             2,02,135.00
Laboratory fee              -            67,000.00
Library fee                  -           2,93,572.00
Income from B.Ed.     -          6,19,2000.00


17.       Details of departments getting SAP, CONSIST (ASSIST)/DST, FIST, etc.
 Dr. Nikhil Haldar of Botany Department has got D.S.T project in the year 2009.


18.       Community Services : 
The College observed ‘National Education Day’ on 11 November, 2011. It intends to foster closer relationship with the adjacent locality and would like to start a Non-conventional Evening School with the children of the locality. With this mission in mind the college arranged a meeting with the influential people of the locality as well as with the children and their mothers. We got a very good response from them and have started the school on 9th May, 2012. That day we have observed the closing ceremony of 150th Birth Anniversary of Rabindra Nath Tagore where both the college students and the children of the locality took part. From that day onwards our evening classes have been going on twice a week our N.C.C. & N.S.S. students as well as some of our teachers are taking classes. After Summer Recess other students also will participate in the teaching process. We will also involve our alumni. The NSS, Uluberia College Unit has undertaken the following programme during the Academic Year of 2011-12. 
In continuation of the work of pulse-polio immunisation drive conducted by the UNICEF in the just concluded financial year, NSS Volunteers on 1st and 2nd  April, 2011 visited XR residences in Uluberia town (the residences having worst records in accepting pulse-polio immunisation) to convince people on the necessity of taking pulse-polio drops, through the methods of advocacy and persuasion. Children from these households have never taken any pulse-polio drops. The success-rate was 20 per cent. Both Volunteers and Supervisors discussed the matter with UNICEF representatives in the fields, who were rather optimistic about the ‘good beginning. 
            The college formed a Committee on “Counseling and Community Studies”, to which the Programme Officer (PO) is a member. The first meeting was held in 10May, 2011. NSS has been identified as an organ to operationalise the programmes. Counseling on career and psychological aspects are identified as thrust areas and a survey of the local community : for collecting data on education and health has been identified as a starting point of community studies. Some NSS volunteers attended the meeting to understand their roles and they have been assigned to think and talk about the issues to other NSS Volunteers. 
            The NSS Special Camp of this Academic Year was organised form 24th March, 2012 to 30 March, 2012. This year it was organised in Sijberia, a slum adjacent to the College. The College has plans to organise extensive Community Outreach programmes in this area, involving the NSS in a big way. 
            The Principal of Uluberia College, Dr. Debasish Pal inaugurated the Special Camp Three areas of importance are distinctly identified : children’s education, hygiene and cleanliness. We also obtained a standard survey-questionnaire from the Geography Department. Shri Sujoy Das, a senior NSS Volunteer took responsibility for administering the entire survey process. Next a drawing-event was organised among children in the Kalpataru Primary School. The participation was very enthusiastic. They were also introduced to develop a habit : NSS Volunteers placed a cardboard packing box on the corridor and asked them to deposit the garbage (such as paper wastages) there. The children immediately picked up the bait, to much satisfaction of  NSS Volunteers. After lunch, NSS Volunteers played carom games with the local youth and chalked out the next course of programmes.
NSS Volunteers continued the survey works in Sijberia locality : they were organised into four teams for this purpose. A substantial number of households have been covered. In next, the P.O. explained the significance of the ‘Right to Education Act’ (RTE) to the teachers in Kalpataru Primary School, with aim to sensitise the teachers and guardians on the significance of treating education as a matter of right. It followed a lively session of interaction. Today therefore, NSS activities were concerned with education, literacy and legal awareness, because under RTE, primary education has become an issue of legally enforceable right. After lunch, the PO addressed the college community on NSS Special Camp works done so far. Finally, today’s session ended with a discussion on the preparation for next day’s programmes. 
NSS Volunteers continued the survey work in Sijberia : the first round of the work was completely today. Volunteers then started classifying data - this was one at team level. They developed a framework to organise and categorise the responses. Next, they took some cleanliness works around the area; another group of Volunteers assisted the teachers in the school on their assignments and also interacted with children. 
            Dr. Supatra Sen, Assistant Professor of Botany, Uluberia College B.Ed. Section, gave a talk on “Water Pollution” to local people, who enthusiastically participated in the ensuing discussion. This programme thus, particularly addressed the issue of protection of water. In the afternoon, Volunteers visited the School and assisted the teachers in the teaching works. Some teachers from the College and NSS Advisory Committee also visited the areas to see the Volunteers’ performance. This programme thus, particularly addressed the issue of protection of water. In the afternoon, Volunteers visited the School and assisted the teachers in the teaching works. Some teachers from the College and NSS Advisory Committee also visited. 
NSS Volunteers today completed the final part of the repairing and cleaning works, as well as teaching the children. The Principal also talked with the local people. Next, the PO summarised NSS works in this Special Camp to the local people. Next, the PO summarised NSS works in this Special Camp to the local people in Sijberia. After lunch, Shri Utpal Nag, NSS Zonal Convener presided over the function, where children presented cultural programmes - songs, dance and poetry. In the final session, NSS Volunteers played an exhibition football match with the local youths, many of them became friends with them. Like the previous years, NSS programme this year also ended in a very happy note. 
            From the survey works, other works and interaction with people we realised that the overall cleanliness, disposal of garbage and accessing water are the major problems in the locality. 
            Twenty N.C.C. cadets actively participated in Traffic Control activities during 1st January to 7th January, 2012 at Bagnan P.S. Kolkata.
            Students of B.Ed. Department carried out different community outreach activities. They conducted the compulsory classes of Environmental Studies in college to help the junior students. They prepared and presented posters related to Environment to raise public awareness. They visited and worked with physically and mentally challenged students of a NGO”Asha-Arko”.


19.       Teachers Newly Recruited : 
            This year no new teacher has been recruited by the West Bengal College Service Commission.


20.       Teaching Non-teaching ratio :
              Teaching                                 Non-teaching
            30 (full time )                            30 (full  time)
            26 (Part-time                             22 (Casual)


21.       Improvements in the library service :
            Apart from Bibliographical reference services, Internet service and other library reference services, our institution has taken a membership of British Council Library and American Central Library so that faculty members and office staff of the college can borrow books journals CD and DVD from the above mentioned libraries.


22.       New books / journals subscribed and their cost : 
            This year Nine Hundred Ninety Eight books have been bought from the college fund costing Rs. One Lakh Seventy Seven Thousand Six Hundred and Eight (1,77,608), Number of journals purchased is 22 at the cost of Rs. Twenty Five thousand Seven Hundred Fifty (25,750).


23.       Courses 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 honours classes assess their teachers at the end of their final year. The information gathered from the feedback of the students is communicated by the authority to the individual teachers and they are being advised to take necessary measures, if  required.


24.       Unit cost of education : 
            Unit cost of education / per student is Rs. 1819/- (Excluding salary component).


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 :
            The college has been granted Rs. Eighty Lakh (80,00000) from U.G.C. to construct a Girl’s Hostel and the hostel is nearing completion. The Girl’s common room has been renovated. Air conditioned machine has been installed in the Seminar Room. The construction of the boundary wall is in the pipeline.


27.       Technology upgradation : 
            This year we have bought some Computers for the College Office and some Laptops Have been given to the Office Staff to carry on the official works more efficiently.


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 Half-free Studentship has been granted to 328 students, Rs. 95,000 (Ninety Five Thousand) has been granted from Student-Aid Fund to help the students who came from family below poverty line.


30.       Support from the alumni Association and its activities :
            This institution can boast of its alumni who have successfully established themselves in various fields. An alumni association has been formed which helps us to take major decisions, whenever necessary, in social and academic issues.


31.       Support from the Parent-Teacher Association and its activities :
            The parent teacher association plays a very important role in our college. The college arranges an annual gathering to receive suggestions from the members of the association for smooth running of the college and different welfare measures for the student community.


32.       Health Services :
            The college provides health service to the students. The health centre is a few minutes walk from the college campus. It has a tie up with Student’s Health Home, Kolkata. Here students get all sort of free health service. Every year college deposits money to the Student’s Health Centre which provides free service to the students. In this academic year (2011-12) college has deposited Rupees 29,170.


33.       Performance in sports activities :
            Our Football Team is very good and sporting. They have been awarded as Final Runners Up position in the Inter-Non-Government College Athletics Competition 2012.


34.       Incentives to outstanding sports persons :
            Special financial assistance is provided as incentives to outstanding sports persons. They are provided with convenience allowance, tiffin 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. In fact, all kinds of facilities and amenities are provided by the authority to the students to organize both the indoor and outdoor games.


35.       Student achievements and awards :
            Last year (2011) 9 of our students got first class in Final Examination. Saptarshi Giri. One of our 3rd year Chemistry Hons. Student has got DST/INSPIRE Scholarship 2011 for enrollment in MSc. course in I.I.T.


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 counselling. Sri Dipak Kumar Nath and Smt. Tuhina Sarkar act as the coordinator of the Counseling Cell.


37.       Placement services provided to students :
            Like the previous academic years in this academic session also the companies like Frank Fin, Brainware, and IILM organized job oriented professional counseling session where our students took part. 


38. Development programmes for non-teaching staff: 
Some Non-teaching of the college have been trained with modern accounting software (TALLY) for smooth operation of entire accounts as well as to maintain teacher, non-teaching and student data bases. Two of our casual staff have been provided with basic computer Knowledge to carry out the official work efficiently.


39. Best practices of the institution:
The institution has some best practices which are as follows:
            Internet facilities are available both for the students and the faculty members.
            Seminars and group discussions are held at regular intervals.
            Individual departments of the college regularly publish wall magazines. Teachers and students both are actively involved in such activities.
            Academic calendars are given to the students at the beginning of each academic session. The faculty members publish an yearly academic journal Quest where our faculty members contribute their valuable papers.
            In every month the faculty members conduct “study circle” where any one of the Faculty members delivers lecture on popular theme related to his or her specific discipline. Students as well as teachers participate in the lecture.
            Cultural programme, debate and quiz competition, music and indoor games competition are arranged and students participate in these entire programme.
            The college provides health care facilities to the students. It has a tie up with the students’ Health Home, Kollkata and provides the students with free check-up and other medical facilities.
            The library subscribes Employment News, Karmkshetra, Competition Success Review, General Knowledge Magazine which are helpful for students’ employment requirement.
            There are some Endowment Funds in the college instituted by different renowned persons of the locality for giving awards to the students securing highest marks in Humanities, Science, Bio-science and Commerce.
            The faculty members always help the students by their valuable counseling in academic, professional as well as in private affairs.
            There is a practice of evaluating and assessing the faculty members by the students.
            Guardian’s meetings are arranged at regular interval.
            Students as well as teachers participate in community service. Our motto is to develop the community of the surrounding area of our college.
            Every year we observe College Foundation Day, Republic Day, Matri-Bhasa Divas, Rabindra Jayanti etc. Students, Teaching and Non-Teaching Faculty as well as the Alumni took part in the Programme. This year we organized Rabindra Jayanti where the children of the local community also participated.
            To cap it all a good harmony is maintained among teachers, non- teaching staff, students, guardians and management which strengthens our solidarity.


40. Linkages developed with National/ International, academic/ research bodies:
The Faculty members keep linkage with National/ International, academic/ research bodies.

 

 

 

 

Part C

Future Plan:-


Most of our ventures of our future plan designed in last year in pipeline to implement, like introduction of new subject like Education and Micro- Biology in U.G course, introduction of Communicative English for the benefit of the students, starting a Medical unit in the college campus to provide medical service to the college students as well as the students of our evening class who come from the surrounding area of the college campus.
This year we have given a proposal to Sultan Ahmed, the M.P of Uluberia, where the prospects and possibilities of developing a knowledge City in Howrah District surrounding Uluberia have been explored. The basic idea is to develop the locality as a whole by providing training for basic employment skills, Banking, Financial Services, Insurance, Accounting, Retail Management, Front office operation, Food and Beverage Services, Engineering & Technology, Process Manufacturing etc. Additionally, over 600 other courses catering to 30 industry sectors from City & Guilds can be delivered as per college requirements. This proposal has been greatly appreciated by the honorable minister and he has given his word to provide all sorts of help to materialize our dream.

 

 

 

 

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

 

 

Annexure

 

Academic activities of the Faculty Members :

 

Dr. Debasish pal, Principal


“The Need For Sustainable resource Management’, Proceedings of U.G.C sponsored National  Seminar on “Sustainable Resource Management: Myth or Reality” held on 18th &19th Nov,2011, B.Ed Dept, Uluberia  College (ISBN-978-922305-6-6)
‘Biological Hiroshima’, On Proceedings of UGC sponsored State  level Seminar “Chemistry For Mankind”organized by Chemistry Dept, Uluberia College.  (ISBN  978-81-922305-4-2), 16th September,2011.

 

Dr. Tapas Samanta, Dept of Mathematics

 

(I) Fuzzy anti-bounded linear operators, Bivas Dinda, T. K. Samanta and I. H. Jebril, “StudiaUniversitatis Babes-BolyaiMathematica”, Vol. 56, 2011, 123 – 137.
(II) Intuitionistic Fuzzy Banach Algebra, Bivas Dinda, T, K. Samanta and U. K. Bera,“Bulletin of Mathematical Analysis and Applications”, Vol. 3, Issue 3, 2011, 273 – 281.
(III) Common Fixed Point Theorem for Pair of Subcompatible Maps in Fuzzy Metric Space,T. K. Samanta and Sumit Mohinta, “Advances in Fuzzy Mathematics”, Vol. 6, No. 3, 2011,301 – 312.
(IV) Well – posedness of Common Fixed Point Theorems For Three and Four Mappings UnderStrict Contractive Conditions in Fuzzy Metric Spaces, Sumit Mohinta and T. K. Samanta,“Vietnam Journal of Mathematics”, Vol. 39, No. 2, 2011, 237 – 249.
(V) Fuzzy Rough Relations, T. K. Samanta and Biswajit Sarkar, “G. J. P. & A. Sc. and Tech.”,2011 v01, 10 – 17.
(VI) Stability of Functional Equation On Non – Archimedean Fuzzy Anti – Normed LinearSpace – I, T. K. Samanta and Sandip Mondal, “G. J. P. & A. Sc. and Tech.”, 2011 v01i2,15 – 24.
(VII) On Fixed-point theorems in Intuitionistic Fuzzy metric Space I, T. K. Samanta
and Sumit Mohinta, “General Mathematics Note” Vol. 3, No. 2, April, 2011.
(VIII) On Fixed-point theorems in Intuitionistic Fuzzy metric Space , T. K. Samanta, SumitMohinta, Iqbal, H. Jebril, Int. J. Open Problems Compt. Math., Vol. 5, No. 2, June 2012,pp 15 – 27.
(IX) Related fixed point theorems for two pair of mappings in fuzzy metric spaces, T. K.Samanta, Sumit Mohinta, Iqbal, H. Jebril, Int. J. Open Problems Compt. Math., Vol. 5, No.2, June 2012.

II. List of Accepted Papers:
(I) Fuzzy anti-norm and _-anti-convergence, Bivas Dinda, T. K. Samanta and I.H.Jebril, accepted on “Demonistratia Mathematica”.
(II) 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”.3
(III) Innerproduct Hyperspaces , Sanjoy Roy and T. K. Samanta , accepted on “ItelianJournal of Pure and Applied Mathematics”.

III. Paper Presented in the National and International Seminar:
( I ) On Wavelet Plancherel Transforms, T. K. Samanta, 7th Conference of the International Academy of Physical Science, International Seminar, December 21 – 23, 2004. Organized by University of Allahabad.
( II ) Set Valued Metric and its application on Fixed Point Theorem, T. K. Samanta, National Seminar on Analysis and its Applications, September 6 – 7, 2011, organized by Calcutta Mathematical Socity.
( III ) A Note on Fuzzy Banach Algebra, Bivas Dinda and T. K. Samanta, UGC Sponsored National Seminar on Recent Trend in Fuzzy Set Theory, Rough Set Theory and Soft Theory, September 23 – 24, 2011, organized by the Dept. of Math., Uluberia College.
( IV ) An Introduction of a Soft Topological Spaces, Sanjay Roy and T. K. Samanta, UGC Sponsored National Seminar on Recent Trend in Fuzzy Set Theory, Rough Set Theory and Soft Theory, September 23 – 24, 2011, organized by the Dept. of Math., Uluberia College.
( V ) Rough Intuitionistic Fuzzy Sets in Semigroup, Jayanta Ghosh and T. K. Samanta, UGC Sponsored National Seminar on Recent Trend in Fuzzy Set Theory, Rough Set Theory and Soft Theory, September 23 – 24, 2011, organized by the Dept. of Math., Uluberia College.
( VI ) Stability of Functional Equation in Fuzzy Normed Space, T. K. Samanta and Sandip Mondal, UGC Sponsored National Seminar on Recent Trend in Fuzzy Set Theory, Rough Set Theory and Soft Theory, September 23 – 24, 2011, organized by the Dept. of Math., Uluberia College.
( VII ) Banach Contraction Theorems in Intuitionistic Fuzzy Metric Space, T. K. Samanta and Sumit Mohinta, UGC Sponsored National Seminar on Recent Trend in Fuzzy Set Theory, Rough Set Theory and Soft Theory, September 23 – 24, 2011, organized by the Dept. of Math., Uluberia College.

IV. Delivered Invited Talk :
( I ) On Intuitionistic Fuzzy Normed Linear Space, T. K. Samanta, National Conference on Recent Trends in Fuzzy Mathematics, Organized by Annamalai University Directorate of Distance Education Mathematics Wing, June 14 – 15, 2010.
( II ) Fuzzy Sets and its Applications, T. K. Samanta, College Seminar, September – 04, 2010, organized by Dept. of Math. Shyampur, Siddheswari Maha Vidyalaya.

                   
Dr. Chandra Das. Dept of Physics

  1. B.Ghosh, Chandra Das, S.N Paul, A.Sinhamahapatra “Resonant interaction of  Magnetic hydrodynamic wave with its  Harmonic in a planar plasma field wave Guide” Indian Journal of Physics,85,745-753, (2011)                                                                              
  2. B. Ghosh, S,N.Paul, C. Das , I Paul “ Modulational instability of high Frequency surface waves on warm Plasma half space”, Canadian Journal of Physics 90,291-297      
  3. Chandra Das, S.K.Si, “ The effect of  Ailla on the salinity of Sundarban soils,    Proceedings of U.G.C sponsored National  Seminar on “Sustainable Resource    Management: Myth or Reality” held on 18th &19th Nov,2011, B.Ed Dept, Uluberia                                           College (ISBN-978-922305-6-6)
  4.  Attended international Seminar on  Dynamical  system,11th-14th Jan, 2012
     Dept of Math, Jadavpur Univ.

 

Dr. Chandana Giri, Dept of chemistry.

 

‘ Folic Acid As A Hematinic” in the Proceedings of UGC sponsored State  level Seminar “Chemistry For Mankind”organized by Chemistry Dept, Uluberia College. (ISBN  978-81-922305-4-2), 16th September,2011

 

Dr. Ratna Bandyopadhyay,Dept or Chemistry.

 

 A life Driven by Truth—Marie Curie, in the Proceedings of UGC sponsored State  level Seminar “Chemistry For Mankind”organized by Chemistry Dept, Uluberia College. (ISBN  978-81-922305-4-2), 16th September,2011.

 ‘From Hydrocarbon to Hydrogen—The changing Energy Scenario’, , in the Proceedings of UGC sponsored State  level Seminar “Chemistry For Mankind”organized by Chemistry Dept, Uluberia College. (ISBN  978-81-922305-4-2), 16th September,2011.

‘Renewability; A Rural Example”, On Proceedings of UGC sponsored State  level Seminar “Chemistry For Mankind”organized by Chemistry Dept, Uluberia College.  (ISBN  978-81-922305-4-2), 16th September,2011.

 “A Tribute To A Great Son Of India On His 160th Birth Anniversary: Acharya Prafulla Chandra Ray, glimpses of His Life”,   ) in Quest Vol 4 2010-11. (A bi-lingual Academic Journal published by Uluberia college.)

 

Dr. Bireswar Mukherjee , Dept or Chemistry.

An introduction to Chiral Drugs and its Application to Parkinson and Alzheimer Disease, in the Proceedings of UGC sponsored State  level Seminar “Chemistry For Mankind”organized by Chemistry Dept, Uluberia College. (ISBN  978-81-922305-4-2), 16th September,2011.

  
Dr. Suparna Banerjee, , Dept or Chemistry.

“ LSd—Acid Trip; A Curse or A boon” in the Proceedings of UGC sponsored State  level Seminar “Chemistry For Mankind”organized by Chemistry Dept, Uluberia College. (ISBN  978-81-922305-4-2), 16th September,2011.

 

 

Sri Shyamol Kumar Sarkar, Dept of Chemistry.

 

  1. Ru(II)-halide-carbonyl complexes of naphthylazoimidazoles : Synthesis, spectra, electrochemistry, catalytic activity and electronic structure; Journal of Organometallic Chemistry – Accepted, June 2012.
  2. Ruthenium(II) carbonyl complexes with N-[(2-pyridyl)methyliden]-(a/b)-aminonaphthalene: Synthesis, spectroscopic studies and DFT calculation; Journal of Molecular Structure – Communicated.
  3. Use of Ru/Os-CO-diiodide precursor to synthesise heteroleptic 1-alkyl-2-(arylazo)imidazole complexes : the structural characterization,  electrochemistry and catalytic activity; Polyhedron – Communicated.
  4. Synthesis, spectra, electrochemistry and catalytic activity of Ru(II)-H and Cl carbonyl complexes containing bidentate and tridentate N, S donor of thioarylazoimidazoles; Journal of Molecular Catalysis – Communicated.  
  5. “How does Junk Food Affect Our Health and its negative effects on kids,’ in the Proceedings of UGC sponsored State  level Seminar “Chemistry For Mankind”organized by Chemistry Dept, Uluberia College. (ISBN  978-81-922305-4-2), 16th September,2011.

 

Dr. Sidhartha Bhattacharya, Dept of Zoology.

  1. “Survey on faunal diversity of Hogla Wetland in West Bengal”.
  2. 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. (Communicated).
  3. “Studies on Isozyme variability in a newly developed multivoltine strains of Nistari Silkworm ( D+p), Bombyx mori L.” - Iranian journal of  Entomology (Communicated). 
  4. “A Systematic Approach to Identify and measure Environmental indication for Sustainable Development,” ) in the Proceedings of UGC sponsored National Seminar on ‘Sustainable Resource Management: Myth or Reality” held on 18th &19th Nov,2011, B.Ed Dept, Uluberia.College (ISBN-978-922305-6-6).  
  5.  “Rabindranather Bijnan bhabnar Aloke Somosamoik Bijnanira”, (in Bengali) in Quest         Vol 4 2010-11. (A bi-lingual Academic Journal published by Uluberia college.)

 

 

Dr. Niloy kundu, Dept of Zoology.

 

(I) “ PH—A Limiting Factor for the survival of Ompok pabo in India. ’ in the Proceedings of UGC sponsored State  level Seminar “Chemistry For Mankind”organized by Chemistry Dept, Uluberia College. (ISBN  978-81-922305-4-2), 16th September,2011.

 

(II) “Cholochitra-kolpe Rabidranath”, (in Bengali) in Quest Vol 4 2010-11. (A bi-lingual Academic Journal published by Uluberia college.)

 

Mintu Deyashi, Dept of Zoology.

“Sustainability and Water Resource Management”,  in the Proceedings of UGC sponsored National Seminar on ‘Sustainable Resource Management: Myth or Reality” held on 18th &19th Nov,2011, B.Ed Dept, Uluberia.College (ISBN-978-922305-6-6).  

 

Anjana Das, Dept of Botany.

Green Economy, ”,  in the Proceedings of UGC sponsored National Seminar on ‘Sustainable Resource Management: Myth or Reality” held on 18th &19th Nov,2011, B.Ed Dept, Uluberia.College (ISBN-978-922305-6-6).  

 

Dr. Supatra Sen, Dept of B.Ed

 

  • Paper entitled “Mission Sustainability: The ‘Green’-ing of Chemistry” - In UGC sponsored State Level Seminar “Chemistry for Mankind” ISBN 978-81-922305 –4-2 at Uluberia College.
  • Paper entitled “Blueprint for Sustainability : The Many Faces of Resource Management” in UGC sponsored National Level Seminar “Sustainable Resource Management : Myth or Reality” ISBN 978-81-922305 –6-6 at Uluberia College. Paper presented
  • Paper entitled “Seasonal Variation In Lipid Peroxidation And Antioxidant Enzyme Activity in Lycopersicon esculentum Mill. (Tomato)” in National Seminar entitled “Plant
    Diversity and Resources : Evolution, Analyses, Stress and Challenges” at Dept. of Botany, C.U. Paper presented 
  • Paper entitled “Seasonal Changes in Phosphorus Metabolism in Lycopersicon esculentum Mill. (Tomato)” in National Seminar entitled "Plant Science Research in Human Welfare" at Bidhannagar College. Paper presented
  • Paper entitled “Coral Reefs : Indicators of Changing Climate” in National Seminar entitled “Biodiversity : Threats and Conservation through Traditional and Biotechnological Approaches” at Dumdum Motijheel College. Paper presented 
  • Paper entitled “Allelopathy : From Chemical Warfare to Sustainability” at State Level Seminar at Derozio Memorial College. Paper presented
  • Paper entitled “Changes in Photosynthetic Components in Lycopersicon esculentum Mill. (Tomato) in response to varying Seasons”
    In State Science Congress at S.I.N.P., Paper presented
  • Paper entitled “Climate Change : Fact or Fiction” – Musings,Vol. 3, 2012. ISSN 0975 – 8054

Served as NSS Resource Person in 2012 & delivered a Lecture on “Water Pollution – Causes, Effects and Prevention”

UGC  Minor  Research Project 
Project Title 
A Comparative Study on Arsenic Uptake and Arsenic-Induced Biochemical Changes in Eichhornia crassipes (Mart.) Solms (Water Hyacinth) and Pteris vittata L. (Brake Fern) 
Amount Sanctioned
Rs 1,79500/=

Refresher Course :

Completed Refresher Course in Life Science organized by UGC-Academic Staff College, University of Calcutta from 21.11.11 – 12.12.11

 

Dr. Sujay Ghosh, Dept of Political Science,(2011-12)


            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.
            Invited to present a paper ‘Public Policies for Human Development? Recent Legislations in India’ in the Annual Conferance, organised by the Candian Association for the Study of International Development (CASID), in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada. CASID shall partially sponsor his travel.
            Forthcoming Article : ‘NGO O Samakalin Rajiniti, Pathshala (in Bengali).

 

Dr. Aditi Bhattacharya, Dept of Philosophy.

 

  1. ‘’Sustainability : A philosophical point of view’’ in the Proceedings of UGC sponsored National Seminar on “Sustainable Resource Management : Myth or Reality’’ held on 18th & 19th Nov, 2011, B.Ed Dept, Uluberia. College (ISBN-978-922305-6-6)
  2. ‘’Exploration in the Mystery of Life’’ in the Proceedings of UGC sponsored State level Seminar ‘’Chemistry For Mankind’’ organized by Chemistry Dept, Uluberia College. (ISBN 978-81-922305-4-2), 16th September, 2011.
  3. ‘’Upanisad O Boudhyadharmer Aloke Rabindra Natak’’ (in Bengali) in Quest Vol 4 2010-11. ( A bi- lingual Academic Journal published by Uluberia College.)
  4. Presented Paper in National Seminar on ‘’Time and Consciousness’’ on 31st January,2012 organized by the UGC-CAS in the Dept of Philosophy, Jadavpur University.

 

 

Dr.Jayasree Sarkar, Dept of History . 

  1. ‘’ Women and Science : Bengali in the late 19th Century’’ in the Proceedings of UGC sponsored State level Seminar ‘’Chemistry Dept, Uluberia College. (ISBN 978-81-9222305--2), 16th September, 2011.
  2. “India Ideology and Conservation Strategies: The Chipko Movement’’ in the proceedings of UGC sponsored National Seminar on ‘Sustainable Resource Management : Myth or Reality’’ held on 18th & 19th Nov,2011, B.Ed Dept, Uluberia College (ISBN-978-922305-6-6)
  3. ‘’Biplabi Lila Rayer Smriticharone Rabindranath’’ (in Bengali) in Quest Vol 4 2010-11. (A bi-lingual Academic Journal published by Uluberia College.)

 

 

Sm. Soma Mondal, Dept of English.

 

  1. ‘’Mother Earth’’ in the proceedings of UGC sponsored National Seminar on ‘Sustainable Resource Management: Myth or Reality’’ held on 18th & 19th Nov,2011, B.Ed Dept, Uluberia College (ISBN-978-922305-6-6).
  2. ‘’Resource to the World of Innocence: A Reading of Mother - Child Relationship in ‘’The Crescent Moon’’ in Quest Vol 4 2010-11. (A bi-lingual Academic Journal published by Uluberia College.)

 

Dr. Momotaj Begam, Dept of Bengali.

 

  1. ‘’Nirendranath Chakrobortir Kabita Porshi Kutumer Sthan’’ (in Bengali) in the proceedings of UGC sponsored National Seminar on ‘Sustainable Resource Management: Myth or Reality’’ held on 18th & 19th Nov,2011, B.Ed Dept, Uluberia College (ISBN-978-922305-6-6).
  2. ‘’Baijnanik Dristite Vivekander Bani’’ in the proceedings of UGC sponsored State level Seminar ‘’Chemistry For Mankind’’ organized by Chemistry Dept, Uluberia College. (ISBN 978-81-922305-4-2), 16th September, 2011.
  3. ‘’Rabindranather Sabujpatra Porber Nari Bhabna (in Bengali) in Quest Vol 4 2010-11. ( A bi- lingual Academic Journal published by Uluberia College.)
  4. ‘’ Aboswik Bikshan’’ (a book in Bengali, 3 rd edition 20th August ,2011, J.Publication).
  5. ‘’Nanabidha Prabandha’’ (A collection of essays in Bengali, 2012, January, J. Publications).
  6. ‘’Khonj’’ (A collection of stories in Bengali, in Press)
  7. Minor Project: Sanction No: F PHW-239/ 11-12 (Amount Rs.10,2000) dated, 25th January, 2012.

 

 


Sm. Chandana Samanta, Dept of Bengali.


           ‘’Khelare Koris Raksha Chinno Kori Khalena Shrinkhal’’ (in Bengali) in Quest Vol 4 2010-11. (A bi- lingual Academic Journal published by Uluberia College.)

 

Sm. Basanti Bhattacharya, Dept of Bengali.


           ‘’Rabindradarsaner Aloke Rabindrajibon O Amra’’ (in Bengal) in Quest Vol 4 2010-11. (A bi- lingual Academic Journal published by Uluberia College.)

 

Dr. Uttam Purkait, Dept of Bengali.

  1. ‘’Swadeshi Andolon O Rabindra Kathasahitya’’ (in Bengali) in Quest Vol 4 2010-11. (A bi- lingual Academic Journal published by Uluberia College.)
  2. ‘’Ramayaner utsomukh ‘, Ujagar , A Bengali periodicals, 9th year,1st issue.
  3. ’’Sikarheen Modhyobitter Nagar Bastobota: Narendranather ‘Chenamohol’’, Ujagar , A Bengali periodicals, 10th year,1st issue.
  4. ‘’Chandra vashme Rupar Kathir Chhoa: Ramapado Choudhurir Golpo’’- Sarodio ‘ Prama’, 1418, A Bengali periodical.
  5. ‘’Ponno Samskriti O Biponno Matrivasha Samkhya 1417, A Bengali periodical.
  6. ‘’Bolai O Chitrakar: prakriti O Manabtatwa Rakshaya Rabindranather Udbeg’’, Nillohit, Rabidrasamkhya, A Bengali periodical.