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RAYBURN COLLEGE ACTIVITIES REPORT

RAYBURN COLLEGE ACTIVITIES REPORT

 

REPORT PERIOD: JANUARY 2016 – NOVEMBER 2016

I.                    Rayburn College was established in : 1994.

II.                  Rayburn College Motto : Learn, Labor, & Serve.

III.                Classes/Standard : Class XI – Degree (Graduation)

IV.               Recognition/Registration Status:

(a)   Class XI & XII: Recognized under Council of Higher Secondary Education, Manipur(Regtn. no. 3/7/92 on 28th July 1995)

(b)   Degree/Graduation:

1.      B.A(General & Hon.-Permission no.MU/2-1/2003(CDC) on 

5th August 2003) 

  2.    B.Com(Permission no. MU/1-68/98/CDC303 on 19th June 2008) 

  3.    M.U Permanent Affiliation - under Permission No.MU/1-

         65/98/CDC/136 on 7th August 2012.

   4.   UGC recognition: under 2(f) & 12(b) of the UGC Act of  1956 on 23rd

          April 2015.

V.                 Subject offered :

(a)       In Class XI & XII : Arts, Science & Commerce

(b)       In Graduation: B.Com(Hons) and  B.A(Hons) in - Political Science, History,   

    Geography, Sociology, & English subjects.

VI.               Academic session:

(a)      Class – XI & XII : June, 2016 – May, 2017.

(b)   Degree/Graduation:

1st /3rd /5th Semester: June – December, 2016

2nd /4th /6th Semester: January – May, 2017.

VII.             Class timing: Morning class : 6:30 AM – 9:20 AM

 Day class          : 10:00AM - 3:00 PM

VIII.           Number of Staff : 77

(a)     Teaching staff: 55

(b)     Non-teaching staff: 14

(c)      Security: 2

(d)     Sweeper: 6

IX.                Number of Students: 1711

(a)      Class XI & XII: 1027

 

(b)      Degree/Graduation: 684

X.                    Activities/Programmes in the College:

(a)       1st State Level Seminar(For Degree students ): 31st January – 1st February,  

       2016  on the following topics;

1.      Village Tourism: Sustainable Socio-economic Development

for the Tribals.

2.      Rethinking Development in Manipur with references to the Hill Areas: Problems and Prospects.

3.      Development in Manipur: Converging or Diverging.

4.      New Strategies for the Development of the Hill Areas of Manipur in the Globalised World.

5.      Chieftainship vis-à-vis Constitutional Provision in Manipur.

6.      Re-examining Institutional response of Higher education towards developmental experiences in the Hill areas of Manipur.

7.      Conservation of Bio-Diversity.

8.      Sanitation & Drinking water.

9.      Development Strategy for Hill Areas of Manipur.

10. Governance in Hill Areas of Manipur.

11. Tourism and Prostitution in Manipur: Perspective for Futurology.

12. Development in the Hills of Manipur: A Critical review

(b)     Baccalaureate for Class-XII 2015 batch: 2nd February 2016.

(c)      Career guidance & Scholarship test examination in collaboration with  

  Career Solution, Imphal(For Class-XII students) : 1st February 2016.

(d)     Graduation Day for 6th Semester students 2015 batch: 2nd May 2016.

(e)     Orientation programme for Class-XII new batch students: 4th May 2016.

(f)       Staff (teaching & non-teaching) orientation programme: 13th June 2016.

(g)     Orientation programme for Class-XI new batch students: 14th June 2016.

(h)     Orientation programme for B.A./B.Com students: 28th June 2016.

(i)       Merit scholarship award (base on Class-XI result) distribution & interaction

  with Mr.M.Thangsuansang,(former student of Rayburn College) who stood

  915 rank & got IRS in the Civil Services Examination 2015: 20th June 2016.

(j)       Observance of World Population Day in collaboration with   

  CCI(Center for Community Initiative): 11th July 2016.

(k)     Financial Literacy Camp with SBI Lead Bank Office: 15th July 2016.

(l)       Felicitation Programme of Degree & H.S.E toppers-2016:

        26th July 2016 (We have 5 students within the top 10th in  Manipur

        University in B.A/B.Com. and 4 students in the CDPSA District toppers in

        Class-XII Council examination)

Rank

Name

Class

Mark %

1st in MU

Jangkholam

B.Com(Hons)

78.16 %

4th in MU

H.Welborn Ginkhankhual

B.A(Hons)Hist.

67.3 %

5th in MU

Lunmalsawm

B.A(Hons)Pol.Sc

62.9 %

10th in MU

Chiinngaihmawi

B.A(Hons)Hist.

65.6 %

10th in MU

Neihlianching

B.A(Hons)English

63.8 %

1st  in CDPSA

Chinggoulun Buansing

XII(Arts)

84.6 %

2nd in CDPSA

H.Joshua Kamsuan

XII(Arts)

80.0 %

2nd in CDPSA

Ginsuankhup Tonsing

XII(Commerce)

66.8 %

3rd in CDPSA

Doudikthang

XII(Science)

80.4 %

(m)   HPCL Scholarship Distribution Programme: 26th August 2016 : 200   

      students received the Scholarship (45-49 % marks Rs.4800/- = 14  

      students; 50-64% marks Rs.5300/- = 134 students; 65-84 % marks   

      Rs.5900/- = 52 students)

(n)        Workshop on Peace and non-violence in collaboration with

     Glocal Volunteers: 1st October 2016

(o)          One Day Departmental Seminar(Degree section):

1.      Sociology Deptt. : Topic - “Traditional Method of Conflict Resolution” date : 6th October 2016

2.      Political Science Deptt.: Topic - “Voting Behaviour in India & Autonomous District Council with Special Reference to ADC in Manipur” date: 11th October 2016

3.      Department of English : Topic – “Youth Challenges of the Times” date: 18th October 2016

4.      Geography Deptt.: Topic – “Understanding our Resources for Sustainable Development” date: 31st October 2016

5.      History Deptt.: Topic – “Role of English Education in India” date: 2nd November 2016

6.      Commerce Deptt.: Topic – “Towards a Vibrant Local Economy: Role of Individuals and Communities in Creating Sustainability” date: 3rd November 2016.

(p)        Activity Day(co-curricular activities): Every Friday Hr. Sec. Section have

      different activities i.e. competition in different items in indoor and out

      door.

XI.                    Annual Sport for Class-XII students with a theme “Team work makes the dream work”: October 25-28, 2016

XII.                    Examination system: From this year in Class-XI leh XII the Council has no longer continue with CCE(Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation) system in stead of that we conduct two test examination: 1st test examination: August 16-24, 2016 and 2nd test examination: November 16-23, 2016 .

XIII.                  Academic Performance in 2016

Sl.No.

Class

No. of Candidates

Total

No. of Pass

Total

Over all pass %

Boys

Girls

Boys

Girls

1

XII(Arts)

218

139

357

209

126

335

 

91.89 %

XII(Science)

70

29

99

66

20

86

XII(Commerce)

18

7

25

14

7

21

2

B.A

113

63

176

78

50

128

72.72 %

3

B.Com

27

9

36

27

9

36

100 %

XIV.                    Counsellor: The College has two qualified and experienced counselor who provides  professional counseling to students, parents and staff to overcome challenges and helping them to navigate towards positive attitude and result oriented goals.

XV.                  National Service Scheme (NSS): NSS was introduced in the College in the year 2007 with an objective to create social consciousness and sense of responsibility among the students through community service. We have two units of NSS in the College. This year the NSS has adopted Mission compound Village and planted trees in the village with an objective of Green Environment.

XVI.                National Cadet Corps (NCC): The College is the only one institution in the Hill District of Manipur where NCC Senior Division(Boys) and Senior Wing(Girls) is introduced. It is attached to 14(M)Bn.NCC Imphal. The corps aims to make youth disciplined, dutiful and inculcates a spirit of courage,   sacrifice, sense of patriotism and self confidence.

XVII.               Red Ribbon Club(RRC): Is a network of students from different Universities & educational institutes to generate awareness regarding HIV & AIDS and to promote Blood donation and implement different preventive programmes.

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Reported by:                                       (KHEN P.TOMBING)

                                                             Principal