PROSPECTUS-2021-2022 - Government College Yachuli

 
PROSPECTUS-2021-2022 - Government College Yachuli
PROSPECTUS-2021-2022

                        GOVERNMENT COLLEGE YACHULI

              LOWER SUBANSIRI DISTRICT, ARUNACHAL PRADESH

                                   (ESTD : 2007)
                      Recognized by UGC, under 12(F) and 12(B)

Website: www.gcyachuli.ac.in                        E-mail:gcyachuli@gmail.com

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Vision
For imparting holistic and quality education within the reach of all. And to inculcate
excellence in the realm of education and research; and to serve as a fruitful resource
for society; and remain a source of pride for all Indians.

                                 Mission
To develop intellectually competent, morally upright, socially committed and
spiritually inspired persons capable of building a more human social order within the
context of the nation‟s plurality of religions and diversity of cultures.

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CONTENTS                                                      Page No

1.0    PROFILE
2.0    COURSES OFFERED
3.0    EXAMINATION PATTERN FOR ALL SUBJECTS
4.0    COURSE STRUCTURE AT GLANCE
5.0    INTAKE CAPACITY FOR I SEMESTER
6.0    INFRASTRUCTURE AND OTHER FACILITIES
       6.1   Classroom
       6.2   Library
       6.3   Geography Laboratory
       6.4   Recreation Centre
       6.5   Conference Hall
       6.6   Hostel Accommodation for Boys and Girls
       6.7   Playground
       6.8   Transport Facility
       6.9   Stipend and Book Grant
       6.10  Remedial and Tutorial Classes
       6.11  CCTV Facility
       6.12  College Canteen
7.0    CELLS AND ASSOCIATION
       7.1   IQAC
       7.2   Women Cell
       7.3   Career Counseling Cell
       7.4   NSS
       7.5   Institute of Distance Education
       7.6   Student Union Advisory Board
       7.7   College Disciplinary Committee
       7.8   Alumni Association
       7.9   Academic and Examination Cell
       7.10  Vidya Vistar Scheme
       7.11  College Management Committee
8.0    STUDENTS ACTIVITIES
       8.1   Orientation
       8.2   Students Union
       8.3   Student’s Union Election
       8.4   Annual College Day
       8.5   Inter-College Youth Festival
       8.6   Educational Excursion
       8.7   Annual College Magazine
       8.8   College Uniform
       8.9   Student’s Identity Card
       8.10  Departmental Seminars
       8.11  NSS Activities
9.0    ADMISSION CRITERIA AND PROCEDURES
       9.1   BA I Semester
       9.2   BA II, III, IV, V & VI Semester
       9.3   For filling up of University Examination Form
       9.4   For Admission in BA I Semester
       9.5   For filling up of University Examination Forms
10.0   FEE STRUCTURE
11.0   GENERAL RULES/REGULATION/GUIDELINES FOR STUDENTS
12.0   RULE, CRITERIA AND GUIDELINES FOR HOSTEL BOARDERS
13.0   ACADEMIC CALENDAR FOR THE YEAR 2020-21
14.0   ADMISSION NOTICE
15.0   CODE OF CONDUCT FOR STUDNTS
16.0   IMPORTANT NOTES FOR STUDENTS
17.0   COLLEGE – STAFF
18.0   CO-ORDINATORS OF IMPORTANT CELLS AND CENTRES

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1.0 PROFILE

In fulfilling the aspirations of the people and with a purpose of offering quality higher
education in their door steps, Government College Yachuli was established in 2007. The
college was started on 19th July 2007 at temporary site in DIET buildings with a modest
strength of fifty seven students and five faculty members in its initial academic session. The
College was shifted to its permanent site on 30 th August 2010. Being a premier institute of
higher education Subansiri region, the College caters to the need of entire district.
Situated in picturesque hillocks, the college site is one and half kilometre away from the main
road and Yachuli market. The Distance from the District Headquarters, Ziro is 28 kilometres
while it is 120 kilometre away from the state capital, Itanagar. The nearest airport is Lilabari
North Lakhimpur, Assam is 130 Km and railway station Naharlagun is 110 kilometres away
from the College.
Affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi University, Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh, the College at present
offer six different subjects/departments under Arts Stream which includes Education,
English, Hindi, Economics, Political Science, History and Geography. Opening of new
departments are in the pipeline so as to provide the students with more choices in their
studied.
The college has the facility of Distance Education Centre (IDE, RGU) which offers education
for learners left out of formal education system.
The college has fully functional unit of National Service Scheme to nurture the growth and
personality of volunteers through community service recognized by Govt. of India.
A team of young and dedicated faculty members and office staff are putting their best efforts
despite all odds to impart value based and qualitative education to the students. Their driving
spirit is of course the motto of the College "Knowledge is one that enlightens" which will
inspire them, all the time to come.

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2.0 COURSES OFFERED: Bachelor of Arts (Semester System)

The College is affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi University, Doimukh and presently offers three
years course of Bachelor of Arts Degree (Major) in accordance with the syllabus and courses
under semester system prescribed by Rajiv Gandhi University.

The subjects offered in the First Semester:
      Details of B.A I semester subject combination:
    1. Core Course: Every student has to choose one discipline from the available core courses
       (Honours) offered at GCY, Yachuli. The available core courses are –
                English,
                Hindi,
                Economics,
                Education,
                History,
                Political Science and
                Geography

       (There will be two papers in the core course from one selected subject)

    2. Ability Enhancement Courses: Every student has to choose one paper from two ability
       enhancement course papers i.e
                 English for communication
                   OR
                   Hindi Sikshan

    3. Generic Elective Course: Every student has to choose or opt one paper from Generic Elective
       Course other than the opted Core Course. Example – Student, who opted English as his /her
       Core Course, cannot opt English as Generic Elective Course paper. He/she has to opt paper
       from other subject as Generic Elective Course.

       The available generic course papers are
              English,
              Hindi,
              Economics,
              Education,
              History,
              Political Science and
              Geography

      There will be four papers in the first semester.
          1. Two papers from the Core Course
          2. One paper from the Ability Enhancement Course (English for communication OR Hindi
             Sikshan)
          3. One paper from the Generic Elective Courses.

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3.0 EXAMINATION PATTERN FOR ALL SUBJECTS
   ⮚ Total Marks                                           : 100 marks
   ⮚ Sessional Test                                        : 20 marks
   ⮚ End Semester                                          : 80 marks

Note: Students are compulsorily required to pass the Sessional Test to sit in the End Semester
Examination

4.0 COURSE STRUCTURE AT GLANCE

                              Bachelor of Arts (Semester System)

Class          Subjects/Papers                     Course                        Full Marks
                                                   Structure        Sessional          End    Semester
                                                                    Test (I A)         Exam

Semester-I     Core (subject Offered)              Paper-I          20                80
               Core (subject offered)              Paper-II         20                80
               Generic Elective                    Paper-I          20                80
               Ability Enhancement Courses:        English/Hindi    20                80

               (Note: Combination once chosen cannot be changed under any circumstances)

Semester-II    Under consideration as per new
               CBCS syllabus

Semester-III   Environmental Studies and Three     Environmental    20                80
               elective subjects of Semester-II    Studies
                                                   Elective-I       20                80
                                                   Elective-II      20                80
                                                   Elective-III     20                80

Semester-IV    Skill Based Course and Three        Skill Based-I    20                30+50
               elective subjects of Semester-III   Elective-I       20                80
                                                   Elective-II      20                80
                                                   Elective-III     20                80

Semester-V     Four papers of major subject        Major P-I        20                80
               (Major subject should be chosen     Major P-II       20                80
               out of three elective subjects      Major P-III      20                80
               offered in preceding semester)      Major P-IV       20                80

Semester-VI    Four papers of major subject of     Major P-I        20                80
               preceding semester                  Major P-II       20                80
                                                   Major P-III      20                80
                                                   Major P-IV       20                80

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English
The department of English offers Compulsory English, Elective English and Major papers.
Apart from those the department also offers skill based course in English in the fourth
semester designed to update students for verbal and written commutations around the world.
The basic aim of this course is to equip students of any field to communicate and express
themselves in the standard official manner.
Faculty Members
       1. Ms.Pupy Rigia, M.A., B. Ed. (HoD)
       2. Ms.Trisha Wangno M.A.
       3. Ms. Koj Anu M.A.

                           Course Structure - Department of English

                                                                                           Full Marks
Class           Paper Code         Paper Title                                      Internal     End
                                                                                    Assessment Semester
                                                                                    20           80
Semester-I      Core               Paper-I                                          20           80
                Core               Paper-II                                         20           80
Semester-II     Under                                                               20           80
                consideration as
                per new CBCS
                syllabus
                                                                                    20         80
Semester-III    BENG-303(E)        Reading Prose and Drama                          20         80

Semester-IV     BENG-404(E)        Reading Prose and Fiction                        20         80

                BENG-404(SBC)      Skill Based Course in English                    20         30+50

Semester-V      BENG-505(M)        History of English Literature                    20         80

                BENG-506(M)        English Poetry from the Elizabethan to the       20         80
                                   Augustan Age

                BENG-507(M)        Reading Drama                                    20         80

                BENG-508(M)        Reading Fiction & Non-Fiction                    20         80

Semester-VI     BENG-609(M)        Poetry from the romantic to the Modern Age       20         80

                BENG-610(M)        Literary Criticism                               20         80

Out of the following two pairs of Optional Papers one from each block should be opted for study

Block-I         BENG-611(M)A       Indian Writing in English                        20         80

                BENG-611(M)B       Literature from      Indian     Languages   in   20         80
                                   Translation

Block-II        BENG-612(M)A       American Literature                              20         80

                BENG-612(M)B       Linguistics                                      20         80

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Economics
Economics is a social science concerned with the production, distribution and consumption of
goods and services. It studies how individuals and collectively make choices about how to
allocate resources. The principle (and Problem) of economics is that resource is scarce and
human wants is unlimited, economics focuses on how the mankind organised itself to tackle
the basic problems of scarcity. The course structure of BA (semester system) major in
economics, there are total of twelve economics core courses that students are required to take
across six semesters. All the core courses are compulsory. Studying economics at degree
level prepares the students well for a wide range of careers. It is one of the evergreen subjects
because of its high utility and huge demand in the job markets. To be mentioned, an
economic graduate/postgraduate will have an ample employment prospects in centre as well
as state services. Indian Economic Service (IES), service in Banking & Insurance, District
Planning officer (DPO), District Statistical officer (DSO) and Sub-Treasury officer (STO)
etc. are some of the few example for that an economic degree is a good foundation to build
on.
Faculty Members
        1. Dr. Hage Hassang, M.A.,Ph.D. (HoD)
        2. Dr. Dani Kacha, M.A.,Ph.D.

                       Course Structure - Department of Economics

                                                                                      Full Marks
Class          Paper Code       Paper Title                                    Internal     End
                                                                               Assessment Semester
                                                                               20           80
               Core             Paper-I                                        20           80
Semester-I
               Core             Paper-I                                        20         80

                                Under consideration as per new CBCS            20         80
Semester-II                     syllabus
Semester-III   BECO-303         Public Finance and Statistics                  20         80

Semester-IV    BECO-404         Indian Economy and Economy of Arunachal        20         30+50
               (SBC)            Pradesh

Semester-V     BECO-505         Micro Economics Theory                         20         80

               BECO-506         Macro Economics Theory                         20         80

               BECO-507         International Economics                        20         80

               BECO-508         Basic Mathematics and Statistics               20         80

Semester-VI    BECO-609         Monetary     Economics     and     Financial   20         80
                                Institutions

               BECO-610         Development Economics                          20         80

               BECO-611         History of Economics Thought                   20         80

               BECO-612         Issue of Indian Economy                        20         80

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Geography
The study of Geography opens up a new vista in human life by releasing attractive career prospects.
With study of Geography, students will come to understand about nature of physical systems such as
geomorphologic processes and natural hazards, students will also gain a level of understanding about
environmental system such as climate and biogeography. They will learn about the variety of political
systems of the world. Students will be introduced to demographic, social and cultural attributes such
migration, social relation and cultural identity and their adaptation and their changes. They will also
familiarize with economic processes such as globalization, trade and transportation and their impact
on economic, cultural and social activities and relationship between man and their environment. It
helps to acquiring the ability to interpret the distribution and processes of physical and human
phenomena; understanding the dynamic interrelationship between physical and human world; it helps
in locating places and relationship between them according to scale. It is a useful subject which helps
to know and develop global perspective. More importantly, it involves practical and therefore helps in
scoring high marks in all the examination including all kinds of competitive examination.
Faculty Members
       1. Ms. Yadi Nani, M.A., M.Phil. (HoD)
       2. Dr. N.D Trangpoder, M.A.MPhil, PhD.
        3. Mr. Nabam Tabang, M.A.MPhil
                        Course Structure - Department of Geography
                                                                                         Full Marks
Class          Paper Code             Paper Title                                 Internal     End
                                                                                  Assessment Semester

               Core                   Paper-I                                     20         80
Semester-I
               Core                   Paper-I                                     20         80

                                      Under consideration as per new CBCS         20         80
Semester-II                           syllabus

Semester-III   GEOGCT201(Theory)      Economic Geography                          20         80
               GEOGCP202(Practical)   Statistical Techniques
Semester-IV    GEOGCT-251(Theory)     Geography of India                          20         80
               GEOGCP-252(Practical   Survey: Prismatic 2, Dumpy level I. Map     20         30+50
               Skill Based)           Projection
Semester-V     GEOGCT-301(Theory)     Geography of NE with Special Reference to   20         80
                                      AP
               GEOGCT-302(Theory)     Geomorphology                               20         80
               GEOGCP-                Geographical data analysis and computer     20         80
               303(Practical)         application
                                      Optional Papers (Any One)
               GEOGET-311(Theory)     Regional Geography of world                 20         80
               GEOGET-312(Theory)     Agricultural Geography                      20         80
               GEOGEP-313(Theory)     Population and Settlement Geography         20         80
Semester-VI    GEOGCT-351(Theory)     Fundamentals of RS,GIS,GNSS                 20         80
               GEOGCT-352(Theory)     Climatology                                 20         80
               GEOGCP-                DIP and Spatial Data analysis Field         20         80
               353(Practical)         Study Report
                                      Optional Papers (Any One)
               GEOGET-361(Theory)     Regional Planning and development           20         80
               GEOGET-362(Theory)     Political Geography                         20         80
               GEOGET-363(Theory)     Geography of Tourism                        20         80

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Political Science
Political Science envisages to acquainting the students with the various spectrum of the
discipline covering its various perspective and dimensions of contemporary relevance. 1st to
4th semesters students of political science studies core papers viz.,Political Theory, Indian
Political System, International Relations and Comparative Political System respectively.
Thus, they are acquainted with basic concepts, ideas, theories and major debates within
national and international arena. In 5th and 6th semesters which are reserved as major papers
comprising four papers in each semester, major papers enables the students for a greater
understanding, analysis of political events, ideological orientation and political dynamism of
new times and prescribe possible solutions. In 4th semester, Skill based paper covers areas
like Election and its processes, Consumer Protection Act, Right to Information Act etc. are
taught to students to create awareness, which ends with assignment and Project Report etc.

Faculty Members
       1.Dr. L. B. Hemkhomang, M.A.MPhil, Ph.D. (HoD)
       2.Mr.Nada Pugang, M.A. B.Ed.

                      Course Structure - Department of Political Science

                                                                              Full Marks
Class          Paper Code       Paper Title                            Internal     End
                                                                       Assessment Semester
                                                                       20           80
               Core             Paper-I                                20           80
Semester-I
               Core             Paper-I                                20           80

                                Under consideration as per new CBCS    20           80
Semester-II                     syllabus

Semester-III   BPOL-303         International Relations                20           80

Semester-IV    BPOL-404         Comparative Political System           20           80

               BPOL-404(C)      Skill Based paper                      20           30+50

Semester-V     BPOL-505         Political Thought-I                    20           80

               BPOL-506         Dynamics of Indian Political System    20           80

               BPOL-507         Foreign policy of India                20           80

               BPOL-508         Public Administration                  20           80

Semester-VI    BPOL-609         Political Thought-II                   20           80

               BPOL-610         Contemporary International Relations   20           80

               BPOL-611         Political Theory-II                    20           80

               BPOL-612         Government and Politics Arunachal in 20             80
                                Pradesh

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History
History is an old subject of study in social science branch which desire to record important
events. In the past it was the History which covered Political Science, Economics and
practically provided materials to varying extent to all other social science subjects of today.
With the passage of time the scope of History has considerably been widened and many new
areas have already been included in it which not only make History learning interesting but it
also provide huge scope for its learners to make their career in the field of History subject.
Faculty Members
        1. Dr. Tage Habung, M.A., M.Phil., PhD.(HoD)
        2. Mr. Take Ringu, M.A.
        3. Mr. Nani Sira, M.A.
                          Course Structure - Department of History
Class          Paper Code        Paper Title                                          Full Marks
                                                                               Internal     End
                                                                               Assessment Semester
                                                                               20           80
               Core              Paper-I                                       20           80
Semester-I
               Core              Paper-I                                       20         80

Semester-II                      Under consideration as per new CBCS           20         80
                                 syllabus
Semester-III   BHIS-303          History of Modern India (1707-1947)           20         80

Semester-IV    BHIS-404          World History (1453-1945)                     20         80

               BSBC-404 (C)      Historical Tourism                            20         30+50

Semester-V     BHIS-505          History of Indian National Movements          20         80
                                 (11857-1947)

               BHIS-506          History of North East India (1824-1947)       20         80

               BHIS-507          History of Europe (1453-1789)                 20         80

                  Optional Papers: (Out of the following One Paper will be Offered)

               BHIS-521          Social and Economic History of India (1757-   20         80
                                 1947)

               BHIS-522          Gender in History                             20         80

Semester-VI    BHIS-609          History of Arunachal Pradesh                  20         80

               BHIS-610          History of Modern Europe (1789-1945)          20         80

               BHIS-611          Historiography                                20         80

                  Optional Papers: (Out of the following One Paper will be Offered)

               BHIS-621          History of U.S.A. (1776-1945)                 20         80

               BHIS-622          History of China, Japan and South East Asia   20         80
                                 (upto 1500)

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Education
Education is a subject which enlightens and brings awareness in the individual about himself
and the world around him. It is the way of life, to bring about modification of behaviour
aligning with the social mode of behaviour. The Papers such as Elements of Education,
Indian Education and Its Problems, Foundation of Education and Teaching-Learning Process
gives introduction to the meaning of education, provides indepth knowledge about the past
and present scenario of Indian education, its challenges and systems, gives wide horizon of
understanding about the teaching and learning from micro to macro level. The study of
Educational Psychology, Educational Technology, Human Rights, Values and Peace,
Guidance and Counselling, Curriculum Development, Educational Measurement and
Evaluation, Educational Administration, Teacher Education etc, not only bring about the right
behaviour and overall development in the student that will outlast his/her life but also
prepares him/her for the practical world of works such as a Teacher, Counsellor, Guide,
Expert Researcher, and other Administrative jobs etc.
Faculty Members
        1. Dr. Ligang Suniya, M.A., B.Ed.,PhD (HoD)
        2. Dr. Aman Paron, M.A., B.Ed.,PhD

                       Course Structure - Department of Education
                                                                          Full Marks
Class          Paper Code        Paper Title                              Internal     End
                                                                          Assessment   Semester
                                                                          20           80
               Core              Paper-I                                  20           80
Semester-I
               Core              Paper-I                                  20           80

                                 Under consideration as per new CBCS      20           80
Semester-II                      syllabus

Semester-III   BEDU-303          Foundations of Education                 20           80
Semester-IV    BEDU-404 (SBC)    Teaching-Learning Process                20           30+50
Semester-V     BEDU-501          Educational Psychology                   20           80
               BEDU-502          Educational Technology                   20           80
                            Optional Papers:(Two optional from group A)
               BEDU-521          Population Education                     20           80
               BEDU-522          Human Rights, Values& Peace Education    20           80
               BEDU-523          Guidance & Counselling in Education      20           80
               BEDU-524          Environmental Education                  20           80
Semester-VI    BEDU-601          Curriculum Development                   20           80
               BEDU-602          Educational Measurement & Evaluation     20           80

                            Optional Papers:(Two optional from group B)

               BEDU-621          Adult &Continuing Education                   20      80
               BEDU-622          Educational Administration & Planning         20      80
               BEDU-623          Teacher Education                             20      80
               BEDU-624          Special Education                             20      80

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Hindi
The study of Hindi has proved more beneficial in the sense that it has plenty of employment
opportunities and a number of schemes are run by the government of India to foster and
develop this language so that people may acquire the awareness of the national culture,
customs and traditions and thereby strengthen national unity, integrity and solidarity. The
study of more than one language is in itself a reward and constant source of intellectual
pleasure as well as a veritable means for putting together for achieving the goals of national
life. Moreover, Hindi is our national language. It has been considered as important subject in
our state and hence its study in the college and university has been acquiring greater
significance.

Faculty Members
       1. Dr. TechiUpen Tara, M.A.,PhD. (HoD)
       2. Ms. Mallo Nyonyi, M.A.
       3. Dr. Tana Nai, M.A.,PhD.

                            Course Structure - Department of Hindi

Class                                                                             Full Marks
               Paper Code           Paper Title                             Internal     End
                                                                            Assessment Semester
                                                                            20           80
               Core                 Paper-I                                 20           80
Semester-I
               Core                 Paper-I                                 20         80

                                    Under consideration as per new CBCS     20         80
Semester-II                         syllabus

Semester-III   BHIN-303             Hindi Gadya                             20         80
Semester-IV    BHIN-404             BhartiyaKavyashastraAurBhashaVigyan     20         80
               BHIN-404-SBC(C)      KaushalAadharitPathyakram               20         30+50
Semester-V     BHIN-505-C           Hindi SahityaKaItihas-I                 20         80
               BHIN-506-C           Madhyakaleen Kavya                      20         80
               BHIN-507             Hindi Bhasa Avam Bhasa Vigyan           20         80
               BHIN-508             Prayojanmulak Hindi                     20         80
Vikalp Patra

               BHIN-521             Chhayabad                               20         80
               BHIN-522             Aadhunik Kavya                          20         80
Semester-VI    BHIN-609-C           Hindi SahityakaItihas                   20         80
               BHIN-610-C           Samkaleen Kavya                         20         80
               BHIN-611             Bhartiya Avam Pashchatya Kavyashastra   20         80
               BHIN-612             Hindi GadyaSahitya                      20         80
Vikalp Patra

               BHIN-621             Hindi Aalochana                         20         80

               BHIN-622             Premchand                               20         80

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5.0 INTAKE CAPACITY FOR I SEMESTER
Presently all the Department has 50 seats for the first semester students. Admission to BA
course is strictly on merit basis. Students of catchment area i.e Lower Subansiri District and
Non-catchment area Kamle District are eligible to get admission in the college on merit basis.

6.0 INFRASTRUCTURE AND OTHER FACILITIES

With an aim of building overall personality development of students apart from academics,
the following support services are provided to them. However, these are not exhaustive as
such an improvement and will be made from time to time depending on the resources.
6.1 Classroom

The institution has a total of 07 departments‟ viz. English, Economics, Education,
Geography, Hindi, History, and Political Science. There are 09 proper ventilated classrooms
for teaching-learning, 1 Geography Laboratory. More new Classrooms and Halls are under
construction.

6.2 Library

The College has well-stocked library catering to the needs of hundreds of students and
college faculties and college employees. It has a collection of over 3500 books of different
disciplines and additional current affair magazines, journals and national, regional and local
Newspapers to provide the joy of reading to the students and the faculty members. The
Library provides proper Reading Room to the regular readers.

1. Membership of the library is open to all students and employees of the college. To become
a member one has to fill up the prescribed form which can be received from the Library
office. Library card will be issued for borrowing of books.
2. Student can borrow three books a time for two weeks while faculty member can borrow
five books at a time for a period of two weeks. In the event of late return or loss/damage of
book a prescribed fine will be charged.
3. All esteemed members are expected to abide by the library rules and regulation which are
enforced from time to time.
4. Library is open on all working days in working hours.

6.3 Geography Laboratory

The College has well set Geography Laboratory with the standard equipments for the
students who are interested to pursue Geography as their major subject.

6.4 Recreation Centre

The college has recreation centre which gives opportunity to engage in institutional activities
to the college students and the college employee.

6.5 Conference Hall

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The Institution has a conference Hall to carry out academic related event/activities of the
college students and faculty members to cater to the need of their academic and professional
growth and development.

6.6 Hostel Accommodation for Boys and Girls

The college has at present Girls and Boys hostel with a capacity of sixty three boarders each.
Hostel facility will be provided to all the bonafide APST students as per the prescribed terms
& contestations enshrined in Section 12.0 of this prospectus.

6.7 Playground

In addition to the basic facilities provided, the College has its own playground which renders
the students engaged in various types of games, sports and other events of the college.

6.8 Transport Facility
Institution provides one college bus for transportation to the students and the staff. Students
interested to avail the transport facility are required to apply to the college authority.

6.9 Stipend and Book Grant (State Government)

A financial aid in the form of stipend and book grant is given to all the bonafide students
belonging to Schedule Tribes of Arunachal Pradesh. The amount is varied and keeps on
changing in accordance with policies/decisions of the Government. The financial aid is
subject to the following terms and conditions:
1. A student must apply in a prescribed form for availing financial aid within a stipulated
   time to be notified separately.
2. Grant of stipend totally depends on the persistent good conduct and satisfactory academic
   progress (without academic arrear) of the stipendiary. If the stipendiary is found guilty of
   misconduct such as resorting to or participation in the strike, violence, irregular in
   attendance, remains absent without permission of the authority or commits any major
   offence or breach of peace and discipline, the Principal has the power to suspend the
   award of stipend.
3. The Government shall have the inherent right to cancel the stipend wholly or partly or
   stop or withhold further payment of stipend for a period for reasons enumerated in Para 2
   above or for any reasons which the Government thinks proper as per rule.
4. Students engaged in job of any nature cannot claim/avail stipend.
5. If a student is found to have obtained stipend by false statement, the stipend paid will be
   recovered and student concerned will be blacklisted and debarred of stipend forever.
6. A stipendiary must present in person for drawing of stipend. Under no circumstances,
   stipend will be paid on authority.
7. The stipendiary must collect their stipend money within a stipulated time and the
   undisbursed stipend money will be refunded to the Government accordingly.
The APST students can avail any one of the following stipend/scholarships during their study
in the college. To avail such facilities a student must have 75% attendance in their classes.
State Govt. Stipend is provided to the students belonging to APST category strictly in
accordance with Arunachal Pradesh Govt.‟s decisions communicated from time to time. The

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eligible students are required to apply stipend on-line along with the following documents
and a printed copy of application and documents must submitted in the college office for
verification.

           a. Admission Receipts (2 nos. of Xerox copy)
           b. Last Examination passed mark sheet, (2 nos. of Xerox copy)
           c. ST certificate (2 nos. of Xerox copy)
           d. Identity Card of the college (2 nos. of Xerox copy)
           e. Recent Passport size photograph (2 nos) iv. Aadhaar Card (2 nos of Xerox
              copy) and
           f. SBI Passbook account with IFSC code ((2 nos. of Xerox copy)

6.10 Remedial and Tutorial Classes

As per the mandate, the college provides facility for Remedial and Tutorial classes to the
students to facilitate their learning apart from rendering them regular classes.

6.11 CCTV Facility

For the safety and security of the college, its students and staffs, the institution has 24*7
hours CCTV facility in the college campus, office, classroom corridors and library.

6.12 College Canteen
The college has two canteens which is efficiently functioning, providing variety of prepared
foods at affordable price to the students and staffs.

7.0 CELLS AND ASSOCIATION

Some Important full fledged running cells and association in the college are:

7.1 IQAC

With an intention of maintaining and imbibing high standard quality assurance in both
academic as well as extra-academic activities Internal Quality Assurance (IQAC) under the
provision of NAAC, Bangalore has been opened in the college. The IQAC endeavours for
promotion of quality of teaching-learning process through self-evaluation, accountability and
innovations thereby create quality sustenance in the college. In view of getting NAAC
assessment in future, apart from above activities, the IQAC will also maintain/compile
records of events or activities undertaken in the college.

                                        Coordinator: Mr. Nada Pugang, Assistant Professor.

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7.2 Women Cell

Women Cell of GCY looks after the gender issues and the related subjects. It helps to create
awareness among the women students regarding their rights in the society, their health issues
in adulthood and guards against the gender discrimination and also protects the interest of the
women in general, in the campus and beyond. The women cell also actively participates with
the local NGOs and other women groups to emancipate the gender inequality.

                                 Coordinator: Ms. Mallo Nyonyi, Assistant Professor, Hindi

7.3 Career Counseling Cell

Career Counselling Cell was set by the Institution to provide information access and
dissemination of knowledge regarding career options, scholarship/fellowship and and basic
training for appearing in various governmental and non-governmental job opportunity in
different fields. The cell seeks to open new vista of interest for students to diversify their
goals and objectives thereby add value to education. The cell also aspires to provide practical
skills which are beneficial to the young college attending students and in turn to their
respective societies. Besides career counselling, students are also encouraged to share their
personal grievances in a safe, secure and a warm environment without any apprehension.
                             Coordinator: Ms. Pupy Rigia, Assistant Professor, Eng.
                             Co-Coordinator: Ms. Trisha Wangno, Assistant Professor, Eng.

7.4 NSS

The National Service Scheme (NSS) Unit is functioning in the college since the academic
session 2008-09. The national service scheme is a voluntary organization of college students
under the union ministry of human resource development to inculcate social consciousness
and a sense of responsibility discipline and dignity of labour among the youth. The college
unit of the NSS is vibrant with activities and takes up numbers of social awareness programs
and special camps under the guidance of program officer. Motto: “Not me, but You” which
reflects the essence of democratic living and upholds the need for self-less service. NSS helps
the students develop appreciation to other person‟s point of view and also show consideration
to other living beings. The philosophy of the NSS is well doctrine in this motto, which
underlines on the belief that the welfare of an individual is ultimately dependent on the
welfare of the society on the whole and therefore the NSS volunteers shall strive for the well-
being of the society.
                                Program Officer: Mr. Take Ringu, Assistant Professor, Hist.

7.5 Institute of Distance Education

The college also offers the facility of distance learning through Institute of Distance
Education (IDE) under Rajiv Gandhi University to facilitate those students who could not
avail the regular mode of education.
                                     Co-ordinator: Mr. Nada Pugang, Assistant Professor

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7.6 Student Union Advisory Board

The college has student union advisory body for student‟s services and their welfare in the
college. It also addresses the grievances of the students in the college.

                     Students Union Advisor: Dr. Hage Hassang, Associate Professor, Eco.

7.7 College Disciplinary Committee

In order to maintain discipline and peaceful atmosphere in the college a Disciplinary
Committee has been constituted. The committee consist of three members from teaching
department and two members from the senior students and will be reconstituted from time to
time. The CDC shall suggest ways and means for evolving/developing congenial
environment in the college. The committee will hear or take up any case relating to breach of
discipline and recommend the quantum of punishment against the offender to the Principal.

                                      Chairman: Dr. Rejir Karlo, Principal
                                      Vice Chairman: Dr. Techi Upen Tara (Vice Principal)

7.8 Alumni Association

The College has a vibrant Alumni Association to connect the old students and it provides a
variety of benefits and services that help alumni maintain connections to its Alma mater.

                             Co-ordinator: Dr. Techi Upen Tara, Assistant Professor, Hindi

7.9 Academic and Examination Cell

The tireless works of the academic and examination cell helps in the smooth functioning of
college as it deals with plethora of academic and examination related processes throughout
the year.
                                    Superintendent: Mr. Nani Sira, Assistant Professor, Hist.

7.10 Vidya Vistar Scheme

The Institution is partnered to outreach academic programme, “Vidhya Vistar Scheme” under
Delhi University. It aims to facilitate academic co-operation and collaboration, exposures to
the students and faculty of its partnering colleges and universities.

                                 Co-ordinator: Dr. Tage Habung, Associate Professor, Hist.

7.11 College Management Committee

The institution has newly instituted College management Committee (CMC) which is purely
an advisory body for the welfare and overall development of the college. The consisting
members of CMC are from administration, Director of Higher Education, Local Elders,
Faculty Members.
                                                      Member Secretary: Principal, GCY

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8.0 STUDENTS ACTIVITIES

8.1 Orientation

The college organizes orientation programme for new comers in institution with an aim to
acquaint them to their new surrounding and environment, to make them aware of the rules
and regulation of college, giving them an overview of the college life and thus prepare them
for the new challenges in college life.

8.2 Students Union

In order to promote democratic spirit, functioning and leadership quality among the students,
the college constitutes a general body of all regular enrolled students which shall be known as
Government College Yachuli Students‟ Union. The students‟ Union shall devote to student
activities and their welfare in the college. The Principal Government College Yachuli is the
ex-officio President of the Students‟ Union. The General Secretary and Assistant General
Secretary shall be the Office Bearers while all others portfolios will be treated as Executive
Members. The office bearers and executive body members shall be elected from amongst the
bonafide students by a secret ballot system. The Election of students‟ Union will be
conducted as per the recommendations of Lyngdoh Committee. The following are the
portfolios of Students‟ Union:
1. General Secretary
2. Assistant General Secretary
3. Cultural Secretary
4. Assistant Cultural Secretary
5. Games & Sports Secretary
6. Assistant Games & Sports Secretary
7. Literary Secretary
8. Assistant Literary Secretary
9. Social Service Secretary
10. Assistant Social Service Secretary
11. Editor College Magazine

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8.3 Student’s Union Election

Implementation of the recommendations of J.M. Lyngdoh Committee in the form of
guidelines on student‟s Union election under the directive of the Hon‟ble supreme court of
India:-
In compliance with the directive of the Hon‟ble Supreme Court of India, the Government of
Arunachal Pradesh has directed (vide order No. ED/HE-547/2003/105-117 dated Itanagar the
19th December,2006) the college and University in the state to implement the
recommendations of the Committee headed by ShriJ.M.Lynddoh constituted by the Ministry
of Human Resource Development, government of India to frame guidelines of student‟s
Union election in the Colleges and University. Some of the important Clauses as per the
guidelines regarding Student‟s Union election recommended by the Lyngdoh committee are:-
6.3. Disassociation of Student Elections and Student Representation from Political Parties.
6.3.1. During the period of the elections no person, who is not student on the rolls of the
College/University, shall be permitted to take part in the election process in any capacity.
Any person, candidate, or member of the student organization, violating this rule shall be
liable for legal action.
6.4. Frequency and Duration of Election Process.
6.4.1.It is recommended that the entire process of election, commencing from the date of
filling of nomination papers to the declaration of results, including the campaign period,
should not exceed 10 days.
6.4.2.It is further recommended that elections be held on a yearly basis, and that the same
should held between 6 to 8 weeks from the date of commencement of the academic session.
6.5. Eligibility criteria for Candidates.
6.5.1.Undergraduate students between the ages of 17 and 22 may contest elections. This age
range may be appropriately relaxed in the case of professional Colleges, where courses often
range between 4 to 5 years.
6.5.2.For Post Graduate students the maximum age limited to legitimately contest election
would be 24-25 years.
6.5.3.For research Students the maximum age limit to legitimately contest would be 28 years.
6.5.4.Although, the Committee would refrain from prescribing any particular minimum
marks to be attained by candidate, the candidate should in no event have any academic
arrears in the years of contesting the election.
6.5.5The Candidate should have attained the minimum percentage of attendance as
prescribed by the University of 75% Attendance, whichever is higher.
6.5.6.The candidate shall have one opportunity to contest for the Post of Office bearer, and
two opportunities to contest for the Post of an executive member.
6.5.7.The candidate shall not have a previous criminal record that is too say he should not
have been tried and convicted of any criminal offence or misdemeanor. The candidate shall
also not have been subject to any disciplinary action by the University authorities.

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6.5.8.The candidate must be a regular, full time student of the College/University and should
not be a distance/proximate education student. That is to say that all eligible candidates must
be enrolled in a full time course, the course duration being at least one year.
6.6. Election Related Expenditure and Financial Accountability:
6.6.1.The maximum permitted expenditure per candidate shall be -: 5000/-
6.6.2.Each candidate shall, within two weeks of the declaration of the result submit complete
and certified accounts to be certified to the College/University authorities. The
College/University shall publish such audited accounts within 02 days of submission of such
account, through a suitable medium so that any member of the students‟ body may freely
examine the same.
6.6.3.The election of the candidate will be nullified in the event of any non-compliance or in
the event of any expenditure.
6.6.4.With the view to prevent the inflow of funds from political parties into the student
election process, the candidates are specially barred from utilizing funds from any other
sources than voluntary contributions from the students‟ body.
6.7. Code of Conduct for Candidates and Elections Administrators:
6.7.1.No candidate shall indulge in, nor shall abet, any activity, which may aggravate exiting
differences or create mutual hatred or cause tension between different castes and
communities, religious or linguistic, or between any group(s) of students.
6.7.2.Criticism of other candidates, when made, shall be confined to their policies and
programs, past record and work. Candidates shall refrain from criticism of all aspects of
private life, not connected with the public activities of the other candidates or supporters of
such other candidates. Criticism of other candidates, or their supporters based on unverified
allegations or distortion shall be avoided.
6.7.3.There shall be no appeal to caste or communal feeling for securing votes. Places of
worship, within the campus shall not be used for election propaganda.
6.7.4.All candidates shall be prohibited from indulging or abetting, all activities which are
considered to be “corrupt practices” and such as bribing of voters, intimidation of voters,
impersonation of voters canvassing or the use of propaganda within 100 meters of polling
stations, holding public meeting during the period of 24 hours ending with the hour fixed for
the close of the poll, and the transport and conveyance of voters to and from polling station.
6.7.5.No candidate shall be permitted to make use of printed posters, printed pamphlets, or
any other printed material for the purpose of canvassing candidates may only utilize hand-
made posters for the purpose of canvassing, provided that such hand-made posters are
procured within the expenditure limit se out herein above.
6.7.6.Candidates may only utilize hand-made posters at certain places in the campus, which
shall be notified in advance by the election Commission/University authority.
6.7.7.No candidate shall be permitted to carry out processions, or public meetings, or in any
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6.7.8.No candidate shall, nor shall his/her supporters, deface or cause any destruction to any
property of the University/College campus for any purpose whatsoever, without the prior
written permission of the College/University authorities. All candidates shall be held jointly
and severally liable for any destruction/defacing of any University/College property.
6.7.9.During the election period the candidates may hold processions and or public meetings,
provided that such processions and or public meeting do not, in any manner, disturb the
classes and other academic and curricular activities of the College/University. Further, such
processions public meeting may not be held without the prior written permission of the
College/University authority.
6.7.10.The use of loudspeakers, vehicles and animals for purpose of canvassing shall be
prohibited.
6.7.11. On the day of polling student organizations and candidates shall:
(i)Cooperate with the officers on election duty to ensure peaceful and orderly polling and
complete freedom to the voters to exercise their franchise without being subjected to any
annoyance or obstruction.
(ii)Not serve or distribute any eatable, or other solid and liquid consumables, except water on
polling day.
(iii)Not hand out any propaganda on the polling day.
6.7.12.Excepting the voters, no one without a valid Pass/Letters of authority from the
Election Commission or from the College/University authorities shall enter the polling
booths.
6.7.13.The Election Commission/College/University authorities shall appoint impartial
Observers. In case of Deemed Universities and self-financed institutions, government
servants may be appointed as Observers. If the candidates have any specific complaint or
problem regarding the conduct of the elections they may bring the same to the notice of the
Observers. Observers shall also be appointed to oversee the process of nomination of students
that are following the nominations model of student representation.
6.7.14.All candidates shall be jointly responsible for ensuring the cleaning up the polling area
within 48 hours of the conclusion of polling.
6.7.15. Any contravention of any of the above recommendations may make the candidate
liable to be stripped of his candidature or his elected post, as the case may be. The Election
Commission/College/University authorities may also take appropriate disciplinary action
against such a violator.
6.8. Grievances Reprisal Mechanism:
6.8.1.There should be a Grievances Redressal Mechanism Cell with the Dean (Students‟
Welfare) teacher in charge of student affairs as its Chairman.In addition, one senior faculty
member, one senior administrative officer and two final year students-one boy and one girl
(till the election results declared) can be nominated on the basis of merit and/ or participation
in the co-curricular activities in the previous year. The Grievance cell shall be mandated with
the redressal of lection related grievances, including, but not limited to breaches of the code

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of conduct of elections and complaints relating to election related expenditure. This Cell
would be the regular unit of the institution.
6.8.2.In pursuit of its duties, the Grievance Cell may prosecute violators of any aspect of the
Code of Conduct or the ruling of the Grievance Cell. The Grievance Cell shall serve as the
Court of Original Jurisdiction. The institutional head shall have Appellate Jurisdiction over
issue of law and fact in all cases or controversies arising out of the conduct of the elections in
which the Grievance Cell has issue a final decision. Upon review, the institutional head may
revoke or modify the sanctions imposed by the Grievance Cell.
*Student union election will be held only after the pandemic and as per the government
directive.
8.4 Annual College Day

Annual college day in the college is being celebrated by the student community and faculty
with full vigor and enthusiasm every year as it provides an opportunity to assess and
showcase the achievements of the college. It also helps the students channelize their talents
and potential to the fullest. Various games & sports, cultural, literary, social service activities
are organized and outstanding students in each field are awarded prizes and certificates
during the Annual College Day Function.The colorful event is also celebrated as part of co-
curricular activities in the college.

8.5 Inter-College Youth Festival

The College also participates with the rest of other colleges of state in the inter-college youth
festival organized by Rajiv Gandhi University.

8.6 Educational Excursion

In order to motivate the students to learn more and helps them explore, understand and relate
with the world around them, students may avail the opportunity of annual educational
tour/excursion led by the college.

8.7 Annual College Magazine
The college publishes an annual college magazine „Dawnlit‟ with contributions from
teachers, students as a medium to propagate important information and views. The magazine
provides an opportunity to the students and other incumbents to develop their literary skills.

8.8 College Uniform (dress code)

The College has a specific uniform, i.e., Turquoise blue and black pant with black necktie for
both boys and girls. Hence, the college students must come to college in uniform on Monday,
Wednesday and Friday while on Tuesday and Saturday they may come on normal but with
descent dress. Both boys and girls should always wear full length trousers and full or half
sleeved shirts. Sleeveless shirts/short pants/skirts are strictly prohibited. They must maintain
proper dress code and are directed not to come to college in casual and indecent dress.

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8.9 Student’s Identity Card

College issues Identity Card to its bonafide students which serve both for identity as well as
library card.

8.10 Departmental Seminars

All concerned Department organizes departmental seminars annually as a part of completion
of syllabus. Participating seminars give opportunity to the students to be expertise in his/her
field of study, renewing their motivation and confidence as well as improve their
communication skills.

8.11 NSS Activities

The main objective of NSS is to nurture and develop the personality of the volunteers through
community services the motto ‘Not me but you’. The students are required to fill up the
prescribed form to become NSS Volunteers who shall be awarded certificate no successful
completion of stipulated period/years an active volunteer. The NSS Unit undertakes regular
activities like observation of international/national day, awareness on health & hygiene,
cleanliness drive, social service etc. They also conduct special camp in an adopted village as
per of NSS annual activities.

9.0 ADMISSION CRITERIA AND PROCEDURES

9.1 BA I Semester:
1. An application seeking admission in BA I semester must have to pass AISSCE (10+2) or
any equivalent examinations from a recognized Board/University with five papers including
English as a compulsory paper
2. Preference will be given to those candidates who belong to catchment area of the college.
3.Admission for Cl-XII(Compartmental Pass)            : To be notified

9.2 BA II, III, IV, V & VI Semester:
1. Students seeking admission in BA II, III, IV, V & VI semester should have passed in the
corresponding lower semester examinations conducted by RGU.
2. Those placed in Back Papers can also take admission subject to fulfilment of other criteria.

9.3 For filling up of University Examination Form
1. A student must attend not less than 75% of the lectures delivered in each subject/paper
offered by him/her.
2. A student who attends more than 30% but less than 75% of the lectures delivered is to
pay a Non-Collegiate Fee of Rs. 1500 (Rupees one thousand five hundred) only in favour of
RGU.

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3. A student whose attendance is below 30% will not be allowed to fill up University
examination from.
4. Qualifying Sessional Test for all subject is compulsory for all the students.
9.4 For Admission in BA I Semester:
    1. Class X certificate in original with two attested copies
    2. Mark sheet of Class XII in original with three attested copies
    3. Transfer certificate from the institution last attended in original and photo copy
    4. Migration certificate in original and one self attested copy(only for candidate from
outside state)
    5. ST/SC certificate in original and two self attested copies
    6. Character certificate from the institution last attended in original
    7. Recent passport size photographs 5 copies for APST & 4 copies for
    Non-APST in White Shirt (Name and class to be written on the back of each photo)

9.5 For filling up of University Examination Forms:
    1. College Identity Card
    2. University registration Card in original with one attested copy
    3. Class XII Mark Sheet in original with one attested copy for BA I Semester
    4. BA I Semester Mark Sheet in original with one attested copy for BA II Semester
    5. BA II Semester Mark Sheet in original with one attested copy for BA III Semester
    6. BA III Semester Mark Sheet in original with one attested copy for BA IV Semester
    7. BA IV Semester Mark Sheet in original with one attested copy for BA V Semester
     8. For BA VI Semester All Marksheet ( From I To V) Semester in original with one
attested copy is required
    6. Three copies of recent passport size photographs in White Shirt (Name and class to be
written on the back of each photo)

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10.0 FEE STRUCTURE
 FEE STRUCTURE FOR B.A I, III and V SEMESTER ( SESSION 2021-22)

  A. UNIVERSITY FEE:
     Sl No.                             PARTICULARS                              AMOUNT (Rs)
       1.   Registration Fee for B.A I Semester only                               250.00
        2   Eligibility Fee for B.A I Semester only                                 50.00
        3   Enrolment Fee for all the semester                                      50.00
        4   Youth Welfare Fee for all the semester                                 100.00

  B. GOVERNMENT FEE:
        Sl No.                        PARTICULARS                                AMOUNT (Rs)
          1.   Admission Fee for all semester                                      150.00
          2.   Tuition fee (for 10 Months @ Rs 20 per month) for all the           200.00
               semesters

  C. COLLEGE FEE:
        Sl No.                              PARTICULARS                          AMOUNT (Rs)
          1.        Identity Card for all the semester                             150.00
          2.        College development fund for all the semester                  300.00
          3.        Electricity Charges for all the semester @ 10Rs per Month      100.00
          4.        Sessional Test Fee for all the semester                        150.00
          5.        Magazine Fee for all the semester                               50.00
          6.        IQAC Fee for all the semester                                   50.00
          7.        Library Membership Fee for all the semester                    150.00
          8.        Data Handling Charges for all the semester                     100.00
          9.        Transportation Charges for all the semester                    500.00
         10.        Laboratory Charges for all the semester Geography              100.00
                    Students only

    Admission Fee for I Semester without Geography        : Rs 2200/-(Two Thousand Two
     Hundred) only
    Admission Fee for I Semester with Geography            : Rs 2300/-(Two Thousand Three
     Hundred) only
    Admission Fee for III and V Semester without Geography: Rs 2050/-(Two Thousand Fifty)
     only
    Admission Fee for III and V Semester with Geography    : Rs 2150/-(Two Thousand One
     Hundred Fifty) only

    Note: Admission fees may be deposited in any one of the Bank Detail given below;
    1. State Bank of India, SBI, zIRO
       In favour of
       Principal, GCY
       Account No: 39576250468
       IFSC : SBIN0001396

        or

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2. Arunachal Pradesh Rural Bank, APRB, Yachuli
       In favour of
       Principal GCY
       Account No : 28999904489
       IFSC : SBIN0RRARGB
Note:
1. The fees are subjected to change as per the notification issued by the
Government/College/University from time to time.
2. For getting any kind of refund, the money receipt must be produced as such the receipts
are to be retained/preserved carefully.
3. No fee will be refunded nor will any certificate be issued unless financial liability to the
college is cleared.
11.0 GENERAL RULES/REGULATION/GUIDELINES FOR STUDENTS

1. Migration certificate is required for admission to those students who have passed their
   class XII examination from outside the state of Arunachal Pradesh.
2. Eligibility conditions enshrined in Part II(A,B) &Part III (A,B) shall be strictly followed
   during admission and filling up of University examination form.
3. Review of student‟s attendance will be done every month which will be forwarded to
   DHE for considering the award of stipend to APST candidates.
4. Students must attend the requisite percentage of attendance without which he/she will not
   be allowed to appear in the Sessional Test. Apart from this, the APST students will also
   forfeit their claim over stipend.
5. Sessional Test is mandatory for all in order to appear in the Term End Semester
   Examination. A 20% weightage is given in the Sessional Test while the students have to
   appear for 80% marks in the Term End Semester Examination.
6. Students who do not appear in the Sessional Test will have to take fresh admission in the
   next academic session.
7. If a student after getting Admit card does not appear or having appeared fails in the
   examination, will be given chances to clear the said examination as per the University
   Exam ordinance.
8. Students are to fill up admission/examination form personally and with utmost care. Any
   wrong entry of subject/paper/information may lead to cancellation of candidature even if
   detected at later stage.
9. Students will have to clear the back paper during the Odd and Even Term End Semester
   Examination conducted by the University.
10. The three years course must be completed within a maximum period of Six years from
    the year of admission in BA first Semester in the college.
11. A student may apply for re-checking of answer book (s) within 15 days of the declaration
of result.

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12.0 RULE, CRITERIA AND GUIDELINES FOR HOSTEL BOARDERS

1. Students seeking admission into hostel will have to apply on the prescribed form which
can be had from office within stipulated time to be notified separately. The applicant has to
submit one attested copy each of mark sheet of previous examination passed and ST
certificate along with two recent passport size photograph.
2. Of all the seat available in the hostel (boys & girls), 70% seat will be given to the
   students of 3rd& 5th semester.
3. Hostel admission and seat allotment will be done strictly on the basis of merit. However,
preference will be given to the applicant of catchment area based on merit.
4. Students once admitted to the hostel must occupy their seat within 10 days from the date
of admission failing which their seat will be allotted to other needy students from the waiting
list.
5. Under no circumstances proxy admission or replacement of seat will entertained.
6. It is mandatory for all boarders to join hostel mess. Mess fee may be paid in two
instalments at the time of admission and at the time of filling up of university examination
form.
7. If a student after admission leaves the hostel without consent/permission of the college
authority, he/she will forfeit all the claims including fees already paid. Such seat will be
allotted to needy student.
8. In order to assist the hostel Warden in smooth running of the hostel, Prefect and Assistant
Prefect will be selected from amongst the boarders by the hostel Warden.
9. For proper and judicious running of the mess, a mess committee and audit committee will
be constituted from time to time.
10. The boarder should not allow any outsider to stay in the hostel without proper written
permission in advance from the hostel warden.
11. Entry of male member into the girl‟s Hostel in odd hours is restricted and vice-versa.
12. Boarder shall seek written permission from hostel warden whenever he/she leave hostel
for short duration. However, the boarder should not leave the hostel for more than 10 days
consecutively. In such event his/her admission stands cancelled and the seat will be allotted
to some needy student.
13. Rooms must be vacated during Winter Recess and Summer Vacation by handing over all
the articles to the concerned hostel warden. Any loss and damage of hostel articles will be
realised from the student concerned.
14. Boarders are to keep their rooms and surroundings neat and clean by engaging
themselves in morning works/social service.
15. Boarder must exhibit peace, tranquillity, communal harmony, universal brotherhood and
corporate life in the hostel. They are to adhere to strict discipline and abide by the rules that

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govern them. Any breach of discipline/rule will attract severe punishment including
expulsion from the hostel.
16. Use of any intoxicated substance such as drug, alcohol, tobacco, cigarette, gutka, tiranga,
etc. inside the hostel premise is strictly prohibited.
17. Boarder should refrain from making noise by shouting/talking loudly, by playing game or
by gossiping during the study hours. In other words, they are expected to maintain the hostel
time table to be notified from time to time by the hostel warden.

13.0 ACADEMIC CALENDAR FOR THE YEAR 2021-22

                                     Academic Calendar
                                   (As Prescribed by RGU)

        Activity                                            Date

1.      As Prescribed by RGU
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                                14.0 ADMISSION NOTICE

                                    Admission Notice
                      (As Prescribed by RGU for the session 2021-22)

                                  a. As notified in the website

                           Admission for BA I, III & V Semester
                                  a. As notified in the website

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