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The Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) of Sukanta Mahavidyalaya was established in the year 2014. In the first cycle of accreditation college has scored CGPA 2.19 in 2014 by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), an autonomous body under the University Grants Commission (UGC). The quality enhancement of the Institution is a continuous process, the IQAC play a crucial role towards the institution’s quality assurance system. The focus of the IQAC is to develop a system for consistent improvement in the overall academic performance of the institution.  During the post-accreditation period, institution takes necessary measures to maintain academic excellence.  

Vision and Mission

VISION To cultivate the quality culture in the institution by promoting innovation, advocating inclusion and catalyzing the holistic growth of its primary stakeholders.   MISSION The mission of the Internal Quality Assurance Cell of the college is as follows:
  1. To sustain and enhance the quality education in the institution
  2. To encourage departments to organize seminars, workshops, etc
  3. To encourage self-evaluation and accountability
  4. To arrange periodic assessment and accreditations
  5. To provide students with certain skills to enable them to opt for careers
  6. To promote quality-related research studies, consultancy and training programmes.
  7. To stimulate the academic environment for promotion of quality of teaching-learning and research
  8. To promote collaboration with other stakeholders of higher education for quality evaluation, promotion and sustenance.

IQAC Members

  1. Dr. Nilangshu Sekhar Das (Chairperson/Principal)
  2. Mr. Ranjan Kumar Das (Co-ordinator)
  3. Dr. Nirmal Chandra Roy (Member/GB President)
  4. Dr. Chanchal Sinha (Member)
  5. Dr. Doli Dey (Member)
  6. Dr. Apurba Barman (Member)
  7. Mr. Sougata Karjee (Member)
  8. Dr. Palas Samanta (Member)
  9. Dr. Masihur Rahaman (Member)
  10. Sri Dipankar Majumder (Member)
  11. Sri Rajesh Kumar Singh (Member/Vice-Chairman, Dhupguri Municipality)
  12. Sri Dinesh Majumder (Member/Sabhapati, Panchayet Samiti)
  13. Sri Khagendra Nath Adhikary (Head Master, Daukimari D.N. High School)

IQAC Documents

CAS Documents


Library Documents


DVV Clarifications

SSR Documents

SSR 2023  



Best Practice

  1. Title of the Practice:
  1. Objectives of the Practice
  • To be aware of coping with environmental degradation among the students
  • To discover creative methods for lowering pollution, and encouraging environmental sustainability
  • To promote a pollution-free environment including a waste-free, and environment-friendly greener campus.
  • To promote green landscaping on the campus
  • To minimize cumulative ecological and carbon footprints
  1. The Context:
Pollution is an inevitable part of our society. Therefore, timely monitoring of environmental quality is very essential for human sustenance. Accordingly Campus Sustainability initiative is our key concern for achieving sustainable development goals.
  1. The Practice:
 (i) Sensor-Based Air and Noise Quality Monitoring Station Monitoring Station has been set up by West Bengal Pollution Control Board (WBPCB) under the guidance of the Principal of Sukanta Mahavidyalaya. The Department of Environmental Science, Chemistry, and Geography arranged everything on behalf of the Principal. (ii) Maintaining a floral garden and green campus
  • The campus is surrounded by lush greenery. The College campus has a total of 120 plants (41 different tree species) including medicinal, indigenous, economic, and endemic plants.
  • The college has its own floral garden.
  • Restricted entry of vehicles and allotted parking lot.
(iii) Activities and Programmes
  • Efforts aimed at reducing the usage of polythene
  • NSS has run a number of projects to raise awareness regarding proper resource utilization and plantation
  • Conducts several lectures to spread environmental awareness
(iv) Solar energy facility A 75 KWH rooftop solar photovoltaic plant has been installed by the North Bengal Development Department, Govt. of West Bengal. (v) Waste management Sukanta Mahavidyalaya signed MOUs with Dhupguri Municipal Authority. (vi) Water preservation Sukanta Mahavidyalaya installed several big water tanks to collect water during rainy times to preserve the water. (vi) Paper recycling machine
  1. Evidence of Success
  • The College campus is completely plastic-free, smoke-free and tobacco-free
  • Flora and fauna diversity is recorded by Botany, Zoology, Geography, and Environmental Science Departments. Data is utilized in Green /Environmental Audit
  • The college has a dedicated Green Audit Committee that oversees green activities.
  • NSS Units and Dept. of Environmental Science and Geography organized awareness programs like Global water crisis, conservation, and Environment Day celebration to promote environmental sustainability.
  • Two students from the Geography department successfully completed the project work based on Monitoring Station data. Data is also utilized in Green Audit Report for session 2021-2022. The practice was covered by the renowned newspaper; Uttarbanga Sambad dated 18.01.2022 for an awareness drive
  • Solar lamp and solar energy usage -  Solar lighting is being used within the college campus, which decreased the carbon footprint
  • The college has addressed the waste problem by signing MOUs with Dhupguri Municipality
  • Stored water is used for subsequent later purposes
  1. Problems encountered and resources required
  • Higher initial costs and investments: Switching to renewable is an expensive process and government help in the form of financial aid and subsidies.
  • Maintenance problem: Maintenance problem is the key issue.
  • Motivational challenges: Motivating others is difficult since the general public needs to be informed and inspired to practice sustainability. Ongoing initiatives are undertaken to encourage a broad change in the attitudes of college personnel and students.
  1. Notes (Optional)

  1. Title of the practice
  1. Objectives
The objectives of gender neutrality and multilingual inclusivity are to bring all the admitted underprivileged students from economically weaker backgrounds irrespective of their caste, creed, and religion into mainstream education, make them feel at home, increase their confidence level, and motivate them to pursue higher education and excel in life.
  1. The context
Sukanta Mahavidyalaya is a co-educational Institute with students coming from various social backgrounds, among which a vast number of students are first-generation learners and are both socially and economically challenged, having an almost 1:1 ratio of male and female students. Hence it is always a big challenge to bring those underprivileged students from economically weaker backgrounds into mainstream education and motivate them to pursue higher education and excel in life.
  1. The Practice
The college carries out/holds/offers/encourages/conducts/ensures/addresses
  • Department-specific orientation programs and student counseling sessions
  • A host of state government and other funding agencies aided scholarships and free ships with dedicated committees constituted of teachers to look after these issues Individual mentoring to the students
  • Three different language options namely English, Bengali, and Sanskrit to its students to promote cultural exchange in a multilingual platform
  • Parent-Teacher meetings as and when required
  • Different religious, social, and cultural programs within the college premises and outside to generate a universal brotherhood
  • All the needs, problems, and grievances of all the students through the dedicated Student welfare cell, SC, ST, Minority policy, ICC, and Women Cell of the college, constituted of faculty members with desired student representation
  • Free vaccination for all in the lockdown period
  • ICC cell ensures no ragging of students on the campus
  • The college has CCTV cameras throughout the campus and security personnel to ensure everyone feels protected
  • Communicative English classes are held to help students to resolve language problems
  1. Evidence of Success
  • Admission of students from the remotest locations of the state and even from other States
  •  Huge students (almost all deserving students) are under various Scholarship/Free ship Schemes.
  • Participation in various social outreach activities through NCC, NSS, and individual departments.
  • Student representation in various sub-committees and cells.
  •  Free Vaccination of a huge number of students during the pandemic period.
  • Individual monetary help to distressed children, promising children.
  1.  Problems Encountered and Resources Required
Lack of responsibility and sincerity of some of the faculty members to change and think differently and also initially the precarious nature of some of the rural students to mix with others. A bit of money and empathy, sympathy, and compassion toward students are the main resources required for the implementation of this practice. The sincere devotion and commitment of all the faculty members and the office staff are also a must-have.
  1. Notes (Optional)