S. D. JAIN GIRLS' COLLEGE, DIMAPUR

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LIBRARY

The collections in the library target the curriculum in the Humanities, Social Sciences, and Commerce and BBA. The goal of the Library is to provide guidance and support to the students. We are committed to high quality service to students, faculty, staff, and research scholars. The Reference Department supports research and helps students use information sources within the Library. 

To read about the library policies and services, about Borrowing/Renewing Books, code of Conduct around library spaces, etc please click on the link given below to download the Library Form and read about the SDJGC Library Rules and regulations.

See Library Form and Rules


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IGNOU Study Center (SC-2033)

Click here to view or downlaod the power points presented by the Regional Director in the Induction programme held at S.D. Jain Girls College on the 7th October 2018 Sunday.

Images from the Induction programme held on 07 Oct held in the Auditorium

   

 

About IGNOU SC-2033

The IGNOU Study Center (Code-2033) only for girls at the S. D. Jain Girls' College became operational since December 2014. A total of 87 learners enrolled themselves in various programmes in the first batch of June-Dec 2015 Session. As on 24th Nov 2016, a total of 78 more learners have already taken admission in various programmes and courses offered at this Study Center.

Induction Programme for the current session was held on 25th November 2016 at 1:30 PM in the college auditorium. Dr. T. Iralu, the Regional Director, Kohima gave a power point presentation on IGNOU courses, etc. At the end, study materails were issued to the learners.

Courses Offered

Masters Degree Programmes (Course duration = 2-years)

MEG: MA in English

MPS: MA in Political Science

MAH: MA in History

MHD: MA in Hindi

Bachelors Degree Programmes (BDP) (Course duration = 3-years)

BA: Bachelor of Arts

BCOM: Bachelor of Commerce

Officials

Co-ordinator Dr. Sant Kumar Gupta (Name proposed) Mobile: 9436013686

Clerical Assistant: Shri Binay Shankar Singh M: 9774195988

 Peon : Shri Shambu Gautam

Peon : Smti Parmila Mahato

Counselling Schedule from Feb 2019 (for July 2018 Batch)

Working Hours

Routine Work: 2:00 to 4:00 pm on Saturday and Sunday except Central Govt holidays.

Examinations: 10:00 AM 5:00 PM or as scheduled and required.


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NCC

Realizing the importance of nurturing a sense of security, community service and the learning of basic lifeskills in self defence, the College has applied for opening a NCC Girls Wing. The permission and necessary communication is awaited.


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NSS

The National Service Scheme (NSS) is a Central Sector Scheme of Government of India, Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports. It provides opportunity to the student youth of 11th & 12th Class of schools at +2 Board level and student youth of Technical Institution, Graduate & Post Graduate at colleges and University level of India to take part in various government led community service activities & programmes.The sole aim of the NSS is to provide hands on experience to young students in delivering community service. Since inception of the NSS in the year 1969, the number of students strength increased from 40,000 to over 3.8 million up to the end of March 2018 students in various universities, colleges and Institutions of higher learning have volunteered to take part in various community service programmes.

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The NSS Activities include,but not limited to the following:

  1. Improvement of various campuses
  2. Tree Plantation
  3. Constructive work in adopted villages and slums
  4. Work in welfare institutions
  5. Blood Donation
  6. Adult and non-formal education
  7. Health, nutrition, family welfare
  8. AIDS awareness campaigns, and,
  9. Construction of durable assets.

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Students' Welfare Council (SWC)

The SWC is a body formed by and from among the current students of this College for deliberating on the welfare of the students’ community in general and the students of SDJGC in particular. Class Representatives and other office bearers of the cSWC are chosen every session to represent the College and its students in various student-bodies within the state of Nagaland.
Following is the list of students office bearers for the academic session 2018-19.

Sl. No Name of Student Class Roll-No. Designation
1 LIKUPU I CHOPHIMI BA-V 152 President
2 ROKUOSENUO  NAKHRO BA-V 136 General Secretary
3 HEISIGWANGLE  MEYASE BA-III 199 Asst General Secretary
4 TOLI K SUMI BA-V 81 Literary & Cultural Secretary
5 LIKA  CHOPHY BA-III 30 Asst Lit. & Cultural Secretary
6 ARCHANA BISHWAKARMA  BCOM-V 104 Education Secretary
7 KHEHOLI L ACHUMI BA-I (A) 35 CR
8 NIBOLI  YEPTHO BA-I (A) 17 ACR
9 ALICE  NEWMAI BA-I (B) 129 CR
10 C AYINGLA SANGTAM BA-I (B) 148 ACR
11 SOYIMKUMLA   BA-I (C) 258 CR
12 KUMSUTOLI  ZHIMO BA-I (C) 264 ACR
13 KEREN  ZELIANG BA-III (A) 25 CR
14 ELIKA  SEMA BA-III (A) 1 ACR
15 POOJA  MECH BA-III (B) 88 CR
16 MOAMENLA  JAMIR BA-III (B) 142 ACR
17 HITOHOLI T BA-III (C) 233 CR
18 LINIILO   BA-III (C) 259 ACR
19 IMNASENLA  AO BA-V (A) 48 CR
20 K VIKETOLI CHISHI BA-V (A) 15 ACR
21 SOPHIE M KIKON BA-V (B) 156 CR
22 PUSHPA KUMARI  BA-V (B) 144 ACR
23 PONGAM  KONYAK BA-V (C) 219 CR
24 KEHILE  JESHING BA-V (C) 259 ACR
25 YANGERTILA  JAMIR BCOM-I 91 CR
26 SUNITA  KUMARI BCOM-I 108 ACR
27 YUTENLA   BCOM-III 25 CR
28 NIKHAT  PARVEEN BCOM-III 10 ACR
29 NIPALI N  BCOM-V 100 CR
30 K KONGJANGANGLA PHOM BCOM-V 36 ACR

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Red Ribbon Club

Under the aeigies of the Nagaland State Aids Controll Society (NSACS) the Red Ribbon Club educates people about HIV/AIDS in a special way. Members of Red Ribbon Club
create and raise awareness about the facts, the myths and the stigma associated with HIV/AIDS through seminars and other educational
and philanthropic events from time to time. Blood donation camps are a regular feature here in SDJGC.


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Career Guidance and Counseling Cell

     Along with academic education, S D Jain Girls’ College provides supplementary services to students which help them in honing and perfecting their skills as they venture out of the college in pursuit of a job. Career Guidance and Counseling Cell aims to help students make informed career choices. Among other things, its programs offer information on alternative course offerings, career options, the type of academic and occupational training needed to succeed in the workplace and opportunities that are associated with their field of interest. Programs also often provide teachers, administrators, and parents with information they can use to support students' career exploration. Recognizing the importance of career guidance and counseling programs for student's post-secondary success, the Department plays a key role in supporting State's efforts to build and implement these programs.
     Activities associated with career guidance and counseling programs typically include: advising students and parents on the course curriculum, preparing them for application and admission and arranging dual /concurrent enrollment and placement assistance.

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Forms and Questions

Copies of the under graduate degree final examination question papers of the last 3 completed examinations may be obtained from the college library. Efforts are on to make soft copy of each paper and make them available here.

ENG-201 2015 Poetry Basic English Usage and Language Skill

ENG-201 2016
 


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Anti-Ragging Cell

As per the Directives of the Honourable Supreme Court of India, the Govt of India, the UGC and the NU to check the menace of ragging in higher educational institutions, the Anti Ragging Cell has been activated in SDJGC. The students, parents, guardians and even the general public and the public spirited individuals are requested to draw the attention of the authorities concerned to any act/s of ragging in and out of the college premises so that appropriate timely action can be taken to prevent this heinous practice by some wayward elements. Any suspicious activity of such elements involving the students of SDJGC either in words or deeds may be immediately informed to any member of the ARC on the following contact numbers: 03862-232754, 230230, 9862042555, 9485200990.

Members of Cell
Nihar Ranjan Deka Vice Principal Dept of Education 9485200990 niharranjandeka@gmail.com
Sant Kumar Gupta Asst Professor Dept of Commerce 9436013686 sant_gupta@yahoo.com
Dalia Bhattacharjee Asst Professor Dept of English 9402633222 daliabhattacharjee1@gmail.com
Kaliho Sema Asst Professor Dept of History 9856514770 kalihozhimo@gmail.com

UGC Anti Ragging Helpline


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