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Genesis

Netaji Subhash Mahavidyalaya had started its journey to meet the emerging need of students and local people. The establishment of Government College in Udaipur is the culmination of the dream of establishing a college of the people of Udaipur. The college began its journey in 1964 in purely private initiative by a group of people who valued higher education and wanted the children to attend college in Udaipur itself because of the high costs involved in studying at Agartala or any other place. Like all other good initiatives, this effort also experienced various ups and downs. By 1977 the Government of Tripura had come to the decision that a plot of land may be alloted to the college to start a Government Degree college. But the efforts went no further. The Udaipur Government Degree College was established in 21 September, 1979 with a humble beginning in a room in Kirit Bikram Institution with 35 students and 6 Arts stream subjects. A regular lecturer was appointed in 1978 in the Department of Economics. The foundation stone of the present college premise was laid in 19 March, 1984. In 1986, the college shifted from Kirit Bikram Institution to the present location. In addition to the Arts stream, the Commerce stream was established in 1987. The Science stream was started in 1997. On 23rd January, 1997 the college was named as Netaji Subhash Mahavidyalaya. Netaji Subhash Mahavidyalaya is the only College of Udaipur Sub-Division.

About the College

Netaji Subhash Mahavidyalaya (NSM) is situated at the Udaipur Sub-Division of the Gomati District of Tripura. It is approximately 50 kilometers away from the capital of Tripura, Agartala. It is a co-education college affiliated to the Tripura University. The College received recognition from the University Grants Commission (UGC) under 2(f) and 12(B) as Netaji Subhash Mahavidyalaya on 31st March 2004.

Udaipur (earlier known as Rangamati) was the Capital of Tripura during the Manikya period. The capital was shifted to Old Agartala by King Krishna Manikya in the eighteenth century, and then to the present Agartala in the ninteenth Century. Three famous temples of Tripura, Tripura Sundari temple, Bhubaneswari temple and Mahadev temple are constructed at Udaipur. The poet Rabindranath Tagore wrote his famous humanist novel Bisarjan in the backdrop of Bhubaneswari Mandir of Udaipur.  Tripura Sundari temple integrates Tripura in the cultural map of India by making this mandir or temple one of the 51 Pithas of Shakti. This town is also called a town of lakes because of the large and beautiful lakes called dighis in local language which are located in and around the town like Dhani Sagar, Amar Sagar, Jagannath Dighi and Mahadeb Dighi. Udaipur is the second largest town of Tripura on the bank of Gumati river. It has a canopy of lush green foliage making the town a visitor’s paradise. Not unnaturally, therefore, it is one of the tourists’ destinations of the State. The town experiences moderate temperature throughout the year.

The institute started its journey with a total number of 35 students and offered degree courses in six Arts subjects namely, Bengali, English, Sanskrit, Economics, History and Political Science and as general pass courses. More subjects had been introduced afterwards. At present subjects offered in the Arts group are Bengali, English, Sanskrit, Kokborok, Political Science, History, Education, and Philosophy. Subjects offered in the Science group are Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Botany, Human Physiology, and Zoology. Subjects offered in the intermediate group are Mathematics, Economics, Psychology and Physical Education. All subjects have both elective as well as honours options available with the exception of Psychology, Physical Education and Kokborok which can be taken as elective subjects only. The academic administration of the college is supervised by the Directorate of Higher Education of Government of Tripura. The academic curricula and examinations are regulated by Tripura University.

Following the guidelines of Tripura University and Department of Higher Education, Government of Tripura, the College offers three self-financing courses – Bachelor of Computer Application (BCA) and Diploma in Computer Application (DCA) and Bachelor in Business Administration (BBA) in semester system.

There is a Distance Education Study Centre in the college under Tripura University. At present, the centre offers UG general courses in four (4) Arts subjects – Bengali, Education, History and Political Science. The College also has an IGNOU Study Centre with the programmes – Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.) and Bachelor of Preparatory Programme (BPP).

Vision Statement

The vision of Netaji Subhash Mahavidyalaya is to provide inclusive education for inculcating human values, professionalism and scientific instillation to all sections of students including scheduled tribes, scheduled castes, other backward communities and religious minorities with special focus to female students.

Mission: The mission statements of the College are as follows:

  • To provide ample scope for multifaceted development of local youths irrespective of religion, race, caste, gender.
  • To provide quality higher education to its students.
  • To provide and promote inclusive education for all.
  • To develop academic programmes based on local/regional/national/ global needs.
  • To pursue student-centric learning for self-development and skill development among students.
  • To nurture social awareness and responsibilities among its students.

Particulars of the Institute

 Name of the College with address :

 Netaji Subhash Mahavidyalaya
Vill. Dhwajanagar
P.O. Gakulpur
Dist. Gomoti
State – Tripura
Pin – 799120
Ph. No. 03821-223 554 (O)
E-mail: nsm[DOT]udaipur[AT]gmail[DOT]com

? Affiliated to: Tripura University (which is a Central University), Suryamaninagar, Tripura.

 

Admission status for the year 2015-16 (1st Semester)

 

ST

SC

Minority

OBC

General

Total

Boys

248

181

92

88

398

1007

Girls

264

121

62

43

226

716

Total

512

302

154

131

624

1723

 

Enrolment of students of the Academic year 2015-2016

 

ST

SC

Minorities

OBC

General

Total

Boys

570 475 209 381 752 2387

Girls

508 335 136 221 528 1728

Total

1078 810 345 602 1280 4115

 

Enrolment of students in the Academic year 2015-2016

Admission in 1st  year(2014-2015)

Admission in 2nd   year(2014-2015)

Admission in 3rd  year(2014-2015)

Grand Total

1723 1367 1025 4115

 

Status of Enrolment of students (Subject wise) for 1st semester– 3rd year classes during 2015-16 

Sl. No.

Subject

1st Semester

2nd  Semester

3rd year

 

 

Hons.

Pass.

Hons.

Pass

Hons.

Pass

 

 

Applied

Strength

Students

Enrolment

Students

Enrolled

Students

Enrolled

Students

Enrolled

Students

Enrolled

Students

Enrolled

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

1.

Chemistry

35

19

72

21

47

10

07

2.

Mathematics

25

08

83

07

53

04

00

3.

Physics

35

19

70

16

43

08

06

4.

Zoology

30

30

109

17

53

09

15

5.

Botany

30

23

115

12

58

07

15

6,

Physiology.

50

47

93

18

52

13

15

7,

Bengali.

60

56

600

43

254

29

131

8.

English.

50

47

74

31

30

28

20

9.

Education.

60

55

749

46

383

37

352

10.

History.

50

50

937

41

430

14

471

11.

Pol.Science.

60

56

670

45

406

21

411

12.

Sanskrit.

30

24

401

24

269

18

249

13.

Economic.

20

15

104

10

47

02

27

14.

Philosophy.

30

11

124

08

47

11

14

15.

Psychology.

20

12

18

07

11

00

10

16.

Geography.

-

00

21

-

17

-

-

19.

Kokborok.

-

00

302

-

132

00

93

20.

Physical  Ed.

-

00

30

-

21

00

12

21.

B.Com.

40

07

23

11

24

01

29

 

 

Teachers Strength for the Current Academic Year (2015-16):

Number of Teaching Staff (Permanent) with Highest Qualification in the Institution (2015-16):

Highest Qualification

Professor

Associate Professor

Assistant Professor

Post-Graduate Teacher

Total

M

F

M

F

M

F

M

F

Permanent teachers

D.Sc./D.Litt.

NA

NA

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Ph.D.

NA

NA

02

02

06

07

-

-

17

M.Phil.

NA

NA

-

-

-

01

04

03

08

Teachers with NET/SET/SLET

NA

NA

-

-

07

08

-

-

15

PG

NA

NA

01

-

02

01

07

04

15

 Number of Teaching Staff (Guest) with Highest Qualification in the Institution (2015-16):

Highest Qualification

M

F

Total

D.Sc./D.Litt./ Ph.D./M.Phil. 

-

-

-

Teachers with NET/SET/SLET

2

-

2

PG

14

08

20

 

Administrative Staff Strength for the Current Academic Year (2015-16):

 

Designation

Total No. of Staff

Total No. of S.C Staff

Total No. of S.T Staff

 No. of Minority  Staff

Male

Female

Total.

Male

Female

Total.

Male

Female

Total.

Male

Female

Total.

Office Superintendent

01

-

01

01

-

01

-

-

-

-

-

-

Upper Division Clerk

02

-

02

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Lower Division Clerk

03

04

07

-

01

01

-

-

-

-

-

-

Librarian

01

-

01

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Sorter

-

01

01

-

-

-

-

01

01

-

-

-

Group-D

09

08

17

04

03

07

03

02

05

01

00

01

Night Guard

01

-

01

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Others, if any/part-time Worker

01

01

02

01

01

02

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total

18

14

32

06

05

11

03

03

06

01

00

01

 

Netaji Subhash Mahavidyalaya at a Glance:

 

Date of Establishment

21 September, 1979

Emblem

 

 

Location of the College

Rural

Affiliation

Tripura University

Status of Affiliation

Permanent

Type of College

Co-education college

Time of Functioning of the College

Day College

Management of the College

Government

Date of Recognition by UGC under Act 2f & 12B

 31 March 2004

Campus

Own

Campus Area

4.62 acre

Built-up Area

5036.50 Sq.mts.

Number of Programmes Offered                 

UG (General)

UG (SelfFinancing)                                       

Diploma (Self Financing)

006   

003

002

001

Number of Faculties

004

(Arts, Commerce, Science, Computer Science)

Number of NSS Volunteers/Units

Volunteers = 252
(Male= 197, Female = 55)
Units = 1

Number of NCC Cadets/Units

Cadets = 165
(Male = 100, Female = 65)
Units = 2
(Male Wing = 1, Female Wing =1)

 

 

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