The College organises various cultural programmes and workshops where students and teachers participate wholeheartedly. Eminent artistes and scholars working on culture are invited to enlighten our students and teachers. A few among them are Sitarani Hazarika, Sharodi Saikia, Dr. Mirnanda Barthakur, Dr. Mallika Kandali, Satradhikar Nani Gopal Deva Goswami and Satradhikar Brindaban Goswami. Besides, the students and teachers engage in various informal discussions on socio-cultural issues from time to time. Programmes like dancing, singing, recitation, drama. Bhaona and Rasa, a theatrical art form created by Mahapurusha Srimata Sankardeva, an Assamese saint and philosopher is regularly performed in the college giving a platform to all the members of the college to exhibit their cultural skills and to enhance consciousness etc. Two Bhaonas have been performed by the students and teachers of the institution till date. During the closing ceremony of the Diamond Jubilee celebration of the college Sri Sri Krishnar Sampurna Raas Leela was performed by our students and teachers. The famous Badungduppa Theatre group from Assam was also invited to stage a play in the Diamond Jubilee Celebration.
The goals of the practice are:
- To popularise classical and folk art and culture.
- To engage students in productive and creative activities.
- To motivate students to strengthen their roots in a globalised world.
- To encourage faith in pluralism.
- To develop friendly and humane relation between students and teachers.
- To develop a spirit of teamwork and leadership skill among students.
- To encourage the appreciation of aesthetics of art forms amongst the students
The college celebrates the International Mother Language Day every year with great enthusiasm. A no. of activities are organized to promote mother language and cultural harmony. Inter-School extempore speech competition, lectures, street plays and production and performances of stage plays by the students, alumni and faculty members of the institute form an integral part of this annual celebration. Renowned writer and academician Dr. Nagen Saikia delivered a lecture on the “Importance of Mother Language” in 2019. Karengar Ligiri, a play by the eminent Assamese writer Jyotiprashad Agarwala was performed by the students and alumni in the college auditorium. The practice has become an integral part of our teaching- learning process.
The IQAC of the college suggested the authority for providing Institutional Research Grant to faculties for enhancing the academic and research activities in the institution. Following this suggestion the principal of the college placed it to the Governing Body for approval. The Governing Body approved the same and allotted an amount of Rs. Five Lacs per annum.
The Goals of the Practice are:
- To give momentum to research activities
- To contribute in knowledge formation
- To encourage faculty members to pursue research activities
- To highlight issues/problems particular to the region
The responsibility to carry out this programme is entrusted to the Academic and Research Cell of the college. The cell invites proposals from the faculty members of the college and after careful scrutiny of the proposals the college issues the grant to four nos. of faculties each from the Arts and Science streams annually. The research activity is to be completed within a span of one year.