Government General Degree College, Nakashipara.

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Vision and Mission

Feedback Report of 2022-23

  1. Analysis of Students' Feedback on Curriculum Design and Review 2022-23
  2. Analysis of Teachers' Feedback on Curriculum Design and Review 2022-23
  3. Analysis of Alumni Feedback on Curriculum Design and Review 2022-23
  4. Analysis of Employers' Feedback on Curriculum Design and Review 2022-23
  1. Analysis of Students' Feedback on Academic Performance and Ambience of the Institution 2022-23
  2. Analysis of Teachers' Feedback on Academic Performance and Ambience of the Institution 2022-23
  3. Analysis of Alumni Feedback on Academic Performance and Ambience of the Institution 2022-23
  4. Analysis of Employers' Feedback on Academic Performance and Ambience of the Institution 2022-23
 

Feedback Report of 2021-22

  1. Analysis of Students' Feedback on Curriculum Design and Review 2021-22
  2. Analysis of Teachers' Feedback on Curriculum Design and Review 2021-22
  3. Analysis of Alumni Feedback on Curriculum Design and Review 2021-22
  4. Analysis of Employers' Feedback on Curriculum Design and Review 2021-22
  1. Analysis of Students' Feedback on Academic Performance and Ambience of the Institution 2021-22
  2. Analysis of Teachers' Feedback on Academic Performance and Ambience of the Institution 2021-22
  3. Analysis of Alumni Feedback on Academic Performance and Ambience of the Institution 2021-22
  4. Analysis of Employers' Feedback on Academic Performance and Ambience of the Institution 2021-22
 

Feedback Report of 2020-21

  1. Analysis of Students' Feedback on Curriculum Design and Review 2020-21
  2. Analysis of Teachers' Feedback on Curriculum Design and Review 2020-21
  3. Analysis of Alumni Feedback on Curriculum Design and Review 2020-21
  4. Analysis of Employers' Feedback on Curriculum Design and Review 2020-21
  1. Analysis of Students' Feedback on Academic Performance and Ambience of the Institution 2020-21
  2. Analysis of Teachers' Feedback on Academic Performance and Ambience of the Institution 2020-21
  3. Analysis of Alumni Feedback on Academic Performance and Ambience of the Institution 2020-21
  4. Analysis of Employers' Feedback on Academic Performance and Ambience of the Institution 2020-21
 

Feedback Report of 2019-20

  1. Analysis of Students' Feedback on Curriculum Design and Review 2019-20
  2. Analysis of Teachers' Feedback on Curriculum Design and Review 2019-20
  3. Analysis of Alumni Feedback on Curriculum Design and Review 2019-20
  4. Analysis of Employers' Feedback on Curriculum Design and Review 2019-20
  1. Analysis of Students' Feedback on Academic Performance and Ambience of the Institution 2019-20
  2. Analysis of Teachers' Feedback on Academic Performance and Ambience of the Institution 2019-20
  3. Analysis of Alumni Feedback on Academic Performance and Ambience of the Institution 2019-20
  4. Analysis of Employers' Feedback on Academic Performance and Ambience of the Institution 2019-20
 

Feedback Report of 2018-19

  1. Analysis of Students' Feedback on Curriculum Design and Review 2018-19
  2. Analysis of Teachers' Feedback on Curriculum Design and Review 2018-19
  3. Analysis of Alumni Feedback on Curriculum Design and Review 2018-19
  4. Analysis of Employers' Feedback on Curriculum Design and Review 2018-19
  1. Analysis of Students' Feedback on Academic Performance and Ambience of the Institution 2018-19
  2. Analysis of Teachers' Feedback on Academic Performance and Ambience of the Institution 2018-19
  3. Analysis of Alumni Feedback on Academic Performance and Ambience of the Institution 2018-19
  4. Analysis of Employers' Feedback on Academic Performance and Ambience of the Institution 2018-19
 

Action Taken Report on Feedback

  1. Action Taken Report on Feedback for the Academic Session 2022-23
  2. Action Taken Report on Feedback for the Academic Session 2021-22
  3. Action Taken Report on Feedback for the Academic Session 2020-21
  4. Action Taken Report on Feedback for the Academic Session 2019-20
  5. Action Taken Report on Feedback for the Academic Session 2018-19

Annual Report

SSS

NAAC

DVV Clarification

SSR Documents

ATR

Best Practice

  Government General Degree College Nakashipara, though situated in a rural setting, has excelled in implementing two effective two best practices that address students' quest for knowledge and their aspirations for employment. Best practice-1: Different awareness program by NSS at adopted village in Muragachha Objective: 1.To provide social awareness among the people of rural areas through door to door campaign. 2.To facilitate healthier lifestyles among residents of rural areas by arranging diverse health check-up programs within the adopted village. The Practice: 1.Rural areas often face unique challenges in accessing information and resources for social development. In such contexts, door-to-door campaigns by the students of NSS committee emerge as powerful tools for fostering social awareness and promoting positive change within communities.   2.These campaigns involve direct engagement with residents at their doorsteps, allowing for personalized interactions and tailored interventions. 3.Our students raise different awareness program on various social issues, including health, education and sanitation. 4.Through face to face interaction the students interact with residents and discussed with hygiene practice. Evidence of Success: Campaigns empower individuals to improved health, well-being, and livelihoods. Problems Encountered And Resources Required:
  • Rural communities may lack access to basic amenities and resources, including electricity, clean water, and healthcare facilities. Campaigners must be equipped to address immediate needs while raising awareness about broader social issues.
  • Illiteracy and low educational attainment levels are common in rural communities, posing challenges in effectively conveying messages through written materials. Campaigners must employ alternative communication methods to ensure comprehension among residents.
  • Some residents may exhibit scepticism or resistance towards external interventions, viewing them with mistrust or suspicion. Overcoming this barrier requires building trust and credibility within the community.
Best practice -2: Commemorating International Mother Language Day on February 21st each year at our Institution. Objective:To cultivate linguistic consciousness and solidarity among students from diverse socio-cultural backgrounds.

In memory of the martyrs of Bangladesh's 1952 Bhasa revolution, Government General Degree College Nakashipara celebrates International Mother Language Day on February 21st each year to foster linguistic awareness and unity among students belonging from different socio-cultural background. There is hardly any space to doubt that the great martyrs like Jabbar, Salam, Rafique, Barkat, and others were successful in preserving the honour of their mother tongue when it came to a critical juncture when it was decided that the National language of purba Pakistan will only be recognized as Urdu. Unfortunately, we continue to have problems with the continued existence of our esteemed mother tongue today because of the dominating impact of the powerful languages.

 

Thus the poet says, Bina swadeshi bhasa/ pure ki monerasha (Without our mother tongue/Can we ever express our desires?) In light of this, our organization has set out on a noble goal to recognize the brave souls who battled for the recognition of mother language as well as to maintain its splendor.

 

We have a memento in the form of "Sohid- Vedi" in our college built in remembrance of the martyrs, modelled after the Dhaka University monument. On the occasion of Bhasa-Divas on February 21st,the memento of the Sahid- Vedi is adorned with flowers and garlands each year. Every year a state-level seminar is organized to celebrate the International Mother Language Day delving deeper into the topic pertinent to the importance of one’s own language in world that is severely chartered by the effervescence of language that is mostly utilitarian in nature. The seminars in the past years have dealt with subjects like history of language movement and its relevance in today’s world, language and its diversified nature, colonization and subsequent nationalization of language, Bengali language as a language of colloquialism and as a literary language and role of women in language movement. Along with the seminar presentation, under the assistance of IQAC a cultural program is also organized reflecting the glory of eparand opar Bangla and their language.

 

The program celebrates the success and majesty of our mother tongue in modern society with songs, recitations, lectures, dance, and dramatic staging. Numerous students from every track in our college enthusiastically participate in this program. Through a variety of cultural expressions, they show their love and respect for Mother Language. In the midst of the domination of foreign languages in today's society, the guests invited to the program share their insightful remarks about the status and prestige of mother tongue. Additionally, they emphasize the value of mother language by constantly reminding us of the martyrs' devotion to our dear mother and the sacrifices they made in order for us to never forget their sacrifices.

 

Apart from constructing the memorial, our college shows eagerness to respect Mother Language by introducing different add- on course in Bengali, like recitation and staging performative art from several piece of Bengali Literature. Those add on courses are aiming at improving the students’ skills in multifarious domains of Bengali language, literature and culture.

 

Principal's PPT

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