�� Sibsagar Commerce College
Our Profile

Sibsagar Commerce College was established on the 30th of June 1969. It was brought under deficit grant-in-aid system by the Government of Assam W.E.F 01-12-1975.

The college has a distinctive position of its own in the field of higher education in upper Assam. It has been playing a significant role in creating the atmosphere among the young generation about the trade, commerce & industry.

The Sibsagar Commerce College started its journey with a few students under the Principalship of Gauri Bhusan Baruah and flourished into a full fledged college under the Principalship of Smt. Dipali Chaliha

After crossing many initial hurdles, the college crossed another difficulty by the end of the year 2003 in the form of NAAC Gradation. The college accepted the challenge for institutional assessment and accreditation. The Principal, the teachers, office staff, students, guardians and the alumni all geared up to face the NAAC per team(12th & 13th Dec.2003)and the college was finally awarded with 'B' grade.

The Department of BCA(Bachelor of Computer Applications) came into existance in the college in the year 2004 and it was recognised in the Dibrugarh University in the year 2005-06. It is noteworthy that some other Self-Financing courses such as PGDCA etc.(affliated under Dibrugarh University) Certificate-Courses such as TALLY etc. has been introduced in the college.

The college has also been enlisted in the scheme of Provincialisation of Government of Assam with effect from 01-12-2005.

The college has also adopted the village Palashani under Community Development Programme for its all round socio-economic development. The District Administration has been actively supporting the college for the rapid development of the village.

The college was also again reacrredidated with 'B-Grade' recently on March, 2015.

The college has also become one of the successful college in upper Assam for providing placements to the students.


Aims and Objectives

1) To impart higher education to the eligible youths in the discipline of commerce and allied subjects including professional courses.

2) To impart vocational training for livelihood through self enterpreneurship.

3) To instill in them a spirit of indquiry: scientific temperament and humanistic values.

4) To promote national integration and to make aware of the cultural heritage of the region.

5) To import training n games and sports, music, art & culture.


Management
The college is managed by a Governing Body constituted by the Govt. of Assam as per provision of Assam College(Provincialisation) Act,2005 under Assam Act No. XLVI of 2005.

Discipline Rules

1) The students have to maintain high standards of discipline, morality and good conduct.

2) The students should abide by rules and regulations of the college as well as hostels prescribed by the college authority from time to time.

3) Violation of college rules, irregular attendence, damage of college property, discourtesy to the teachers and college stafin in any form, adoption of unfair means in the examination hall may lead to suspension, compulsory trasnfer or expulsion from the college and hostel.

4) The students union is to act for the greater interest of the students and the institution. It shall be subject to the guidance and control of the college authority.

5) All powers of maintanance of discipline and healthy atmosphere of the college and hostel are vested with principal and his decision will be the final in these matters.

6) Students should leave their bicycles, scooters locked in the shed provided for the purpose. No vehicle should be parked outside and in any other place of the college campus.


College Uniform
B.Com and B.A BOYS: White shirt and black trousers.
GIRLS: Light purple kurta, white patiala pyjama & white dupatta/ Light purple coloured blouse,white chaddar with purple border,muga coloured mekhela, black coloured sweater in winter season.
B.C.A BOYS: Sky blue shirt, grey trousers, dark blue tie & black shoes.
GIRLS: White saree with blue border, white blouse/White kurta & pyjama with sky blue dupatta.
PGDCA BOYS: Sky blue shirt, black trousers, dark blue tie & black shoes.
GIRLS: White saree with purple border & white blouse/ White kurta & pyjama with purple dupatta.
Uniform Accessories Each student is issued an Identity Card and a college badge during the time of admission.The students must carry the Identity Card while coming to the college and should also wear the college badge which is a part of the uniform.

NOTE: Students without uniform will not be allowed to enter into the college premises.


Attendance
It is mandatory to attend classes regularly and punctually. Willful absence from the classes will be treated as a serious breach of the college discipline. As per norms each student is required to obtain a minimum p.c of 75% of attendance to be a regular candidate. If his/her p.c of attendance is between 65% to 75%, he/she will be non-collegiate and if he/she cannot attain minimum 65% attendence, he/she will be treated as dis-collegiate. The percentage attendance also carries marks in the internal assessment evaluation. Therefore the attendance needs to be taken seriously.

Prohibitions

1) No mobile phone will be permitted inside the campus.

2) Ragging is completely prohibited. Anyone found involved in this act will be expelled from the college and FIR will be lodged with the police

3) Any problem faced by the students should be brought to the notice of the principal.

Ragging

Ragging of any kind is strictly prohibited in the college campus as per the anti ragging guidelines provision. In case of any complain, it is to be immediately reported to the convener of Grievances Redressal Cell
Convener-- Mr. Biswadeep Borkakaoty , 9435356797
Member-- Mrs. Roonie Bothakur(Vice Principal), 9954479620
and necessary strict action will be taken against the concerned person.

Library

The college library has a collection of 21,348 books which include 12,251 text books and 9,097 reference books. The number of Magazines/Periodicals subscribed by the library is thirteen and number of journals subscribed is six. The number of newspapers in English is eight and Assamese is two. Other facilities in the library include Book-Bank, Reprographic facility, Internet etc.

Students may borrow books from the college library against issued cards. There are sufficient books for each subject. The working hours of the library is 10.00 am to 4.00 pm. The library has a good selection of other books and it has the capacity to fulfil the needs of the students and teachers alike. The library has a collection of some rare books which can be used as reference material.

There is a reading room attached to the library. Students can read the reference books, daily newspapers and journals provided. Books are also lent from the Book-Bank to the poor and meritious students.

SOUL 2.0 software has been introduced in the library in the year 2013.

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