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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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    October 10, 2013

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    NAAC Peer Team Visit. The team is browsing the campus

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

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    Old Building near about 60 years back.

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AQAR of The IQAC 2009-2010


Part - A


            Three years have passed since our college has been accredited by NAAC. We have undoubtedly been benefited by this accreditation as it has acted as a great impetus for us to work for further improvement in academic as well as administrative field. As has been stated in our previous I.Q.A.C report, our U.G and P.G courses under Netaji Subhas Open University and Vidyasagar University Distant Education Centre have proved to be a great success satisfying the growing demands of the students unable to attend the regular classes of the conventional University courses. Our appeal to Calcutta University for sanctioning Sanskrit Honours and Computer Science General courses has been happily complied with and classes of these subjects is  likely to be started from this year. What we have achieved in the past and are going to achieve in the future is made possible by the ceaseless effort and cooperation of every sector of our esteemed institution        


Part - B


1. Activities reflecting the goals and objectives of the Institution: .
The aim of our institution is to create a congenial academic atmosphere and to train the minds of young students who can successfully complete the undergraduate course and apply this academic skills in different spheres of work later on. This institution not only implements the curricula under the compliance of Calcutta University, it also seeks to develop moral fiber of the students who can truly serve the society. We always remember the great sayings of Sri Aurobindo: “The central aim of education is the evolving of knowledge and will and of the power to use knowledge, character, culture, that at least if no more.”

2. New Academic progamme initiated (UG and PG):
In this academic year no new programme has been initiated.

3. Innovations in curricular design and transaction:  
We have no scope to initiate new innovations in our curricular design and transaction as we are not an autonomous body. Our institution is registered under Calcutta University and has to abide by the curriculum already structured by C.U.

4.   Inter- disciplinary programmes started:
We have not yet started any inter-disciplinary programme, but with the introduction of Computer Science as general course this year the scope for inter-disciplinary approach is being open as the Dept of Mathematics will participate in the progrmme.

5. Examinations reforms implemented:
We are not authorized to implement examination reforms as the rules and regulations of the Final Examinations are predetermined by C.U. But we have taken some initiatives to improve upon the set patterns of our internal examinations which assist the students in understanding their flaws and shortcomings and provide them opportunity to overcome this.

6. Candidates qualified : NET / SLET / GATE etc. : 
Four of our students have qualified  NET in the last year. .

7. Initiative towards faculty development programme: 
The college authority encourages its faculty members to attend the seminars, workshops, different training courses organized 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.  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 a U.G.C sponsored state-level seminar has been organized by our B.Ed Dept. It organized a one-day seminar on Emerging Trends in Contemporary Education: Implications for 21st Century in collaboration with Institute of Advanced Studies in Education, David Hare Training College, on 9th April 2010.
Besides this  History Dept and Philosophy Dept have organized student’s seminar on ‘Participation of Bengali Women in Freedom Movement of India’ and  ‘Nature of Substance As Analyzed in Western Philosophy’ respectively. In these seminars students contribute papers on their respective subjects and exchange their views with the teachers. Mathematics Department also organized student seminar.

9. Research Projects:
Three minor research projects (as stated in the S.S.R) are still going on. Last year (2089-09) a major research project (under D.S.T. West Ben gal) has been started under Dr. Nikhil Halder of the Department of Botany.

10. Patents generated, if any: 

11. New collaborative research programmes:
The collaborative programmes are being carried on (details have been given in S.S.R ).  

12. Research grants received from various agencies:
Rs. 1 Lakh 90 Thousand granted by D.S.T. West Bengal inn the last year.…

13. Details of research scholars:
Ours is an undergraduate educational institution under Calcutta University so the question of taking research scholar under this institution does not apply. Some of our faculty members guide research scholars registered in other research institution.

14. Citation index of faculty members and impact factor:
Citation Index of Dr. Prabir Pal, Dept. of Physics, Uluberia College :
            (1) Dr. Prabir Pal – ‘Deformed special relativity and deformed symmetries in a   
                                           canonical framework’
                       Phy. Rev. D75 105021(2007) cited 11 times
            (2) Dr. Prabir Pal – K- Minkowski space time through exotic “Oscillator”
                      Phy Letter B618  243-251(2005) cited 24 times


15. Honors / Awards to the Faculty:
Dr. Nikhil Halder of Botany Department has been conferred Honorary Fellowship (F.S.L.Sc.) by the Society of Life Sciences Satna, Madhyapradesh, for his outstanding contributions in the field of Life Sciences.

16. Internal resources generated: 
Our college generates the following internal resource in this financial year (2008-09)

  1. Admission fee       –                 3,20,715.00
  2. Tuition fee            –                29,18,770.00
  3. Development fee   –                 4,18,819.00
  4. Electricity  fee       –                 3,11,598.00
  5. Session fee            –                 1,25,850.00
  6. Laboratory fee      –                    62,325.00
  7. Library fee            –                 2,52,406.00
  8. Income from B.Ed.   –           18,72,000.00
  9. Misc.                       -                  1,35,558.00

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

18. Community Service: 
The N.S.S unit , uluberia college  has undertaken the following programmes during the academic year 2009-10:
The N.S.S. observed the World Environment Day in the 5th June,2009 in the college premises along with the National Cadet Corps (N.C.C).
The N.S.S mobilized support from the entire college community to raise relief for the victims of the tornado-hit natural calamity- ‘Aila’ for the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund and on 23rd July 2009 it handed over a Demand Draft of Rupees 1650.00 to the programme co-ordinator, N.S.S, Calcutta University.
On 29th August, 2009 N.S.S. volunteers have undertaken the project of cleaning the college garden and on 23rd September 2009, the volunteers, in continuation of their previous works, prepared the ground to plant saplings.
 An awareness camp was organized in the college seminar hall on 18th November, 2009 to motivate the students and new volunteers to work for N.S.S. Sri Pranjal Chakraborty, Member, N.S.S. Advisory Committee, Calcutta University, Sri Utpal Nag, N.S.S. Convenor, Howrah District and Sri Kunal Chatterjee, Senior Superintendent, Dept. of N.S.S. Calcutta University were the resource persons who delivered their lectures with personal experience. The talk was followed by interaction with the students. 
N.S.S. volunteers observed World A I D Day on 1st December 2009 and the International Human Rights Day on 10th December 2009 by organizing seminars and by preparing relevant posters.
Five N.S.S. volunteers attended “Ambedkar Utsab 2009” and a seminar on Disaster Management organized by N,S,S,, Calcutta University on 21st January 2010.
‘The International Mother Tongue Day’ was observed in 21st February 2010 by N.S.S. in the adopted village- Kaijuri, a village near the college.
N.S.S. volunteers launched a poster campaign in the college campus on 11th March 2010 about the xix Commonwealth Game to be held on 3-14th October 2010 in New Delhi.
 N.S.S. special camp of this academic year was organized from 17th March 2010 to 23rd March 2010 on the theme: Rural Development: Project Identification, Programme Formulation, Implimentation and Evaluation. The camp was proved to be a great success. A golden link between the Uluberia College and the Kaijuri village was established through the ardent endeavour of N.S.S. cadres and N.S.S. programme officer, Dr. Sujay Ghosh.
Our N.C.C cadets participated in the Anti-Tobaco and Anti-Drug Programme held on 23rd January 2009 and 16th August 2009 respectively. The programme included Road Rally followed by Seminars, where more than.200 N.C.C Cadets participated.
On 1st December,2009 AIDS Awareness Programme along with leaflets, posters and banners were organized. A Cycle Rally with Road March was organized and Leaflets and Badges were distributed.
The N.C.C. cadets took part in tree plantation programme and Environmental Awareness Seminar-special emphasis on Global Warmings was organized in the college premises during this occasion.
Three Annual Training Camps were organized during this academic year and about 150 N.C.C Cadets- both Boys and Girls participated in the Training Camp and won several prizes and medals.
On 29th November,2009 N.C.C Day was celebrated at Uluberia College Campus N.C.C Flag and National Flag hoisting, Guard of honour and Competitions were held on this occasion. An well-organised cultural programme and Prize and Rank Distribution was held on that day.
Republic Day Flag hoisting Ceremony and Band with Parade Competition were held at Uluberia Stadium on 26th January,2010. Our Cadets secured the 1st place and won the Trophy awarded by S.D.O Uleberia

19. Teachers and officers newly recruited: 
 This year no staff has been newly recruited.. 

20. Teaching Non-teaching ratio:






21. Improvements in the library services:
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.
Photocopy service is now provided to all the users of the college library.

22. New books / journals subscribed and their cost:
This year one thousand six hundred thirty one (1631) books have been bought  costing Rs. One Lakh Forty Thousand Nine Hundred and six. . No new Journals have  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 honours classes assess their teachers at the end of their final year. The infor- mations 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: 
Unit cost of education / per student is Rs. 1363/-.

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 proposed Hostel Building for Girls’ has been started and it will hopefully be completed  before Puja Vacation..

27. Technology upgradation:
This year we have bought a Green Generator.

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 2009-10) financial aids given to the students are as follows:
 i.   520 students have been granted half-free studentship.                                            
ii. Only Four Hundred rupees have been granted  to the students coming from 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 sorts 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 (2009-10) college has deposited Rupees 23,635.

33. Performance in sports activities:
The Annual sports of the college were held in January, 2010.   

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 (2009) 8 of our students got first class in Final Examination.

36. Activities of the Guidance and Counselling 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:
On 10th September 2009 Indian Institute of Quality Skill Training, an Organisation which focuses on different area such as Hotel Management, Maketing and Products and Services, Retail Management, Accounting and B.P.O organized a Carrer Development Programme in the college campus. It was followed by a ground training and practical classes at I.Q.S.T head Office at 53 ChowringheeRoad during November 24th,2009. More than 105 students of B.Com 1st year,2nd year and 3rd year participated. 
This year a Career Development Programme and Job Fair were organized by Frank-Finn Training Academy in our college campus.
 38. Development programmes for non-teaching staff:
Non-teaching staff of the college has been trained with modern accouting software (TALLY} for smooth operation of entire accounts as well as to maintain teacher, non-teaching and student data bases.

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

  1. Internet facilities are available both for the students and the faculty members.
  2. Seminars and group discussions are held at regular intervals.
  3. Individual departments of the college regularly publish wall magazines. Teachers and students both are actively involved in such activities.
  4. Academic calendars are given to the students at the beginning of each academic session. The faculty members publish a yearly academic journal Quest” where our faculty members contribute their valuable papers.
  5. 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.
  6. Cultural programme, debate and quiz competition, music and indoor games competition are arranged and students participate in all these programme.
  7. The college provides health care facilities to the students. It has a tie up with the Students’ Health Home, Kolkata and provides the students with free check-up and other medical facilities
  8. Last year our institution in collaboration with “Art Of Living”- a Bangalore based N G O, having branches throughout the world, organized two camps on “Pranayam”. The first camp was on 6.10.2009 to 10.10.2009 where seven teachers and thirty seven students participated. The next camp was on 8.4 .2010 where seven teachers and thirty four students participated. The purpose of the camp was to enhance better living through special type of respiration or breathing technique. By practicing this technique one can increase one’s energy level and prevent several diseases.                               
  9. The library subscribes Employment News, Karmakshetra, Competition Success Review General Knowledge Magazine which are helpful for students, employment requirement.
  10. 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.
  11. The faculty members always help the students by their valuable counseling in academic, professional as well as in private affairs.
  12. There is a practice of evaluating and assessing  the faculty members by the students.
  13. Guardian’s   meetings are arranged at regular interval.
  14. To cap it all a good harmony is maintained among teachers, non-teaching staff, students, guardians and management which strengthen our solidarity.

40. Linkages developed with National / International, academic / research bodies:
      This year no new linkage developed with National / International, academic / research bodies.





Part C


Future Plan:-


 Most of our ventures of our future plan designed in last year are in pipeline to implement, like introduction of PG courses in some of our prime subjects, UG course in Sanskrit (Hons), Electronic Sc., Journalism and Mass Communication.We have resolved in G.B. to initiate L.L.B. course under Calcutta University but due to some new regulation we need moderately longer time to execute. To be more focused for 2009-10, we plan mainly to consolidate and expedite the process of future plan adopted in last two years. Along with that consolidation we have also taken some projects in consideration as mentioned below with the help of UGC XI plan funding.  

  1. Completion of first phage work for women hostel aided by UGC
  2. Execution of  coaching centre for job oriented competitive exam specially for SC, ST, OBC and minority students
  3. Continuation and upgradation of remedial coaching  for  SC, ST, OBC and minority students.
  4. Modernisation of E-governance in all kind of academic and administrative services
  5. Implementation and extension of computer networking with the help of XI plan aids
  6. Extension of Library building and access to internet by students will be increased under strong security.
  7. Providing further quantum boosts to existing amenities, equipments and facilities by arranging funds from various funding agencies.
  8. Strengthening of existing departments catering to postgraduate studies and advanced level research.
  9. Introduction of UGC software for easy access of our college library as well as other library in Calcutta University Network by our students.
  10. Development of Computer lab for newly introduced UG course in computer Sc




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





Sr No Name of the faculty members   Papers presented/ published/ Books
1 Dr. Debasish Pal and co-authors Anti-biotic resistance profile of Halophilic microorganisms isolated From tannery effluent. Published in Indian Journal of Biotechnology,Vol 9 January 2010 pp 80-86
2 Dr. Prabir Pal The E (2) Particle, published in Physical Review D 80,125021 (2009).
3 Sri Shyamal Sarkar Ruthenium(11)-co-complexes of N -[{2-pyridyl)me thyliden]-……….. Properties and DFT calculations. Journal of Orgaanometallic Chemistry. Vol.694 page 4124-41333, 17th September,2009.
4 Dr. Supatra Sen Seasonal changes in biochemical ………… Activities in Tomato. l Published in Journal Of Environmental Biology,vol 30 (4) : 479-483 {2009}. Impact of Season on activities of …… Esculentum Mill. (Tomato). Accepted For publication in Echo Chronocle 2010.
5 Dr. Sujoy Ghosh Participatory Governance, Poverty Eradication and the Role of SHGs :A Case Study .-published in Civil Society and Global Governance: Indian Experience, Ed. By Amartya Mukhopadhyaya: 2009.


NGOs as Political Institutions, published in the Journal of Asian and African Studies,Vol 44 No5 Oct,2009.


Institution Hypothesis, Published in The Calcutta Journal of Political Studies, Vol 7and8 Nos 1 and 2 April 2007 to March 2009 .


Acted as Rapporteur on 23rd January 2010 in a National Conference on Challenges in Human Development, 22 to 23rd January, 2010.
6 Dr. Aditi Bhattacharya Freedom And Nothingness A Phenomenological-cum Existential Approach To The Problem From Jean Paul Sartre’s Point Of View, Published in Journal of The Dept of Philosophy, vol viii, University of Calcutta 2008-2009.
7 Dr. Chandra Das Paper presented in National Symposium on Plasma Science And Technology( Plasma 2009, National Institute of Technology).


Visited Harishchandra Research Institute, Allahabad for collaborative work with Dr, Tapas Das, Reader, from 30th Oct-15th Nov.
8 Dr. Tapas Samanta and Co-authors Finite Dimensional Instuitionistic Fuzzy Normed Linear Space, Published in Int.J. Open Problem Compt. Math. Vol. 2 No. 4 (2009) 574-591


Fuzzy Anti Normed Linear Space, Published in Journal of Mathematics a and Tecnology, Feb’2010,pp. 66-77


Instuitionistic Fuzzy…….Covergence , Published in Int.J. Open Problem Compt. Math. Vol. 3 No. 1 (2010) 8-26 Fuzzy Anti-metric Space, Published in International Journal of Applied Mathematics, Vol. 23, No. 2, 2010, 257-264


Fuzzy Anti Bounded Linear Functionals, Published in Global Journal of Frontier Research, Vol. 10, No. 3, July 2010


A note ………..Hypervector space, Published in Global Journal of Frontier Research, Vol. 10, No. 5, August, 2010


Delivered an invited talk “On intuitionistic Fuzzy Normed Linear Space” in the national conference on “ Recent Trends in Fuzzy Mathematics” Organised by Mathematics Wing, DDE, Annamalai University during June 14- 15, 2010