Programmes for advanced learners and slow learners

Regardless of merit, caste, gender, or reservation, the institution must accept all applicants because it is a government-run institution. Following the set standards and procedures, candidates are chosen and interviewed for admission to the university. Initial evaluations of students are based on their performance in the 10+2 board examinations, as well as on written examinations given by the department concerned and in-person interviews to verify credentials and assess knowledge levels. There are numerous techniques for teachers to keep tabs on both fast and slow learners. One is by looking at their 10+2 exam percentages, where the first and second divisions are labelled as advanced learners while the third division is labelled as slow learners.

According to special programmes for slow learners, a variety of factors, including social, economic, and financial ones, have been found to contribute to students' poor performance. Slow learners are given extra attention, as well as motivation and encouragement to improve their shortcomings. They are encouraged to attend symposiums, workshops, and seminars.

Advanced students are encouraged to maintain their high levels of performance. Seminars, workshops, talks, film screenings, symposiums, soft skill programmes, field trips, excursions, and other extracurricular activities help advanced students meet their educational needs. Special workshops are also held to help students improve their practical abilities.

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NAAC

The college has a duly appointed IQAC and NAAC steering Committee working tirelessly to get Accreditation from NAAC in the next few years. IQAC headed by Shri Tejan A Momin, Coordinator & Head, Department of Physics is embarked on a path of Quality Initiatives, Quality Sustenance and Quality Enhancement in the college. The college is affiliated to North Eastern Hill University, Shillong since 1958 and is recognized under sections 2(f) and 12(B) of the UGC Act 1956. The NAAC steering Committee created for this purpose and the various Convenors of the different criterion are working hard to prepare the Self-Study Report (SSR) of the institution and submit to NAAC office Bangalore for assessment and accreditation. The Self Study report was prepared and uploaded to NAAC on 17-02-2022 and has prequalified on 24-04-2022 for further assesment . The Self Study Report can be accessed by clicking the link here: Self Study Report