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Shri Kirtichandra Rout
Phone: 03862-232754, 230230
(Email ID: kcr.rout@gmail.com)
While trying to achieve the scholarly goals of its higher and nobler purposes, formal education must cater to the changing requirement of the job market; and, more so because of the growing use of information and communication technology (ICT) in almost all spheres of human activity. The problem of unemployment of the late 1980’s and for most part of the 1990’s has relatively diminished in the late 2000 onwards with the private sector assuming to itself a much greater role as employment provider, howsoever reluctant it might appear. As a natural corollary, competition would be, and it has been, fiercer. Managing to get a job now is rather easy than being able to retain it. The prevailing education system in the country churns out graduates with little visibly employable skills. Different entitites in various fields do come up with making all kinds of tall promises to equip the learner with employable skills. This is where the learner has to be alert and choose the institution and career that is most suited to one’s personality.
The newly introduced Semester System would require round the year constant and continuous teaching-learning and evaluation. Both the teacher and the learner shall have little time to sit back and relax. One can hardly afford to limiting oneself to mere completion of syllabus. The focal point of classroom interaction must go beyond memorization-retention and include application of the knowledge one acquired.
The students and the Faculty find it challenging and often without easy answers. But all agree that this is where they wanted to be; and, this is what they need to be doing. These are the right questions, even when the search  for ever better answers will always be there; it is exciting, for sure, to be a part of this journey, something so substantive and so practical. Lets’ strive for a better tomorrow. Yes, together we can.

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Mr Nihar Ranjan Deka
Vice Principal
Office: 03862-230230
Hello and welcome to SDJGC, the first choice of the girl students in and around the locality. Be a part of this noble venture and see the difference.