Department of English
Department of Mass Communication
Department of BODO
Department of Hindi
Department of History
Department of Accountancy
Department of Management
Department of Commerce
Department of Mathematics
Department of Political Science
Department of Philosophy
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Department of Assamese
Department of Education
Department of Economics
Department of BBA
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DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY
 
1. Faculty profile - (adequacy and competency of faculty):
 
With the establishment of Bongaigaon College, History Department was also opened in the year 1964 to run the intermediate classes. The inaugural class of Bongaigaon College was with History class by the then founder teacher of this department, the Late Mankeswar Basumatary.

Undergraduate programme in History was started in the following year, 1965. Thereafter Major course in History was introduced in 1994 with the initiative of the then Principal Sri S. C. Chakraborty and Dr. H.P. Das, the then Head of the Department, who subsequently retired in 1997.

Presently only two faculty members are serving in the department in sanctioned post. Every year two contractual teachers are appointed for the smooth functioning of the department. The present faculty profile of the department can be summarized as under:
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Name of the teacher Designation Qualification Research Experience Teaching Experience
Mrs. Mollika Khakhlary Associate Professor M.A - 25 years
Amiruzzaman Sheikh Associate Professor M.A - 23 years
Sri Umesh Ch. Bhatta Contractual teacher M.A., B.Ed. - 41 years
Sri Nirupada Saha Contractual teacher M.A., B.Ed. - 41 years as H.S. Subject teacher & 2 years as Tutor
 
 
2. Student Profile- entry level competencies, socio-economic status, language proficiency etc.:
 
Admission policy.
 
Admission to the major course in first year under graduate classes is based on first-come-first-serve basis, and also on the basis of merit when students seeking Major exceed number of seats on offer. In undergraduate classes, English and Assamese are the mediums of instruction. Before admission the language capacity of the students in either is taken into account.