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K. C. Das Commerce College
BEST PRACTICES

INSTITUTIONAL BEST PRACTICES 2018

The Research and Development Cell of the college was set up in 2018 with the objective of promoting research activities. The Assam State Rural Livelihood Mission, Govt. of Assam has already approved the proposal submitted by the cell for carrying out research on the outcome of various govt. sponsored schemes. The cell intends to fund promising research proposal and has urged the faculty members to submit the same.

The college maintains a student Welfare Fund to provide financial aid to the needy and deserving students. During the time of renewal admission, financially weak students are granted concession towards their session fees. The objective behind is to enable the students to pursue their goals, despite all odds.

INSTITUTIONAL BEST PRACTICES 2019

The Department of Value Added Education has been set up to supplement the curriculum and make students better equipped to meet the demands of the job market. The students can opt for different job oriented skill enhancement courses while simultaneously pursuing their regular course of study. Being a commerce college, our students mostly opt for professional courses like Chartered Accountancy and Company Secretary. The department prepares the CA aspirants of the college for the CA Foundation Examination. A Memorandum of Understanding has also been signed with the Institute of Company Secretaries of India, NE Chapter of EIRO to impart oral tutorial classes to the students pursuing Company Secretary Course.

The Career Guidance and Placement Cell is a pro-active unit of the college working wholeheartedly for the benefit of the student population. It has adopted a sustained approach to launch our students on a meaningful career path. It organizes various student development programmes which include seminars / workshops on career development, personality development, free coaching camps for cracking competitive examinations etc.

INSTITUTIONAL BEST PRACTICES

Education in K. C. Das Commerce College is not simply confined to the four walls of the classroom and curriculum alone. Our endeavor is to facilitate the students with an environment which enables them to identify their latent talents. Besides co-curricular activities, outreach activities are also undertaken. Academically, students are exposed to various modes of learning through industrial exposures, field work, guest lectures, seminars, skill-based workshops etc. It is worthwhile to mention that our college is a training partner of the Skill Development Mission, Govt. of Assam. We also have a vibrant Career Guidance and Placement Cell to cater to the needs of the students. The Department of Value-Added Education has been set-up to make the students better prepared to meet the challenges of the job market by adding further value to their resume. The department offers a wide variety of Short-term Courses which are conducted online after class hours. It also grooms the CA aspirants of the college for the CA Foundation Examination. The college in collaboration with the Institute of Company Secretaries of India, NE Chapter of EIRO aims to organize Oral Tutorial Classes for the students opting for Company Secretary Programme. An MOU has been already signed in this regard. Since its inception, the college has carved a niche as a premier institution of higher learning catering to commerce education not only in Assam, but also in Northeast India as well. However, the college has introduced Dual Stream – BA with Honours in Economics and B.Sc. Regular Course with Economics-Statistics-Mathematics combination, to be implemented from the next academic session. With this, the college has set its foot towards diversification.