Prospectus

Prospectus 2021-2022

College Magazine

The college publishes an annual college magazine ‘ALOKARUN’ with contributions from teachers, students and other eminent persons, as a medium to propagate important information and views. The magazine provides an opportunity to the students and other incumbents to develop their literary skills.

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College Magazine 2015-16

College Magazine 2017-18

Research Journal

DERA NATUNG GOVERNMENT COLLEGE RESEARCH JOURNAL

The Dera Natung Government College Research Journal is a peer reviewed annual research journal published in December. It is dedicated to the publication of research papers/articles in the field of social sciences, general sciences, language and literature. The Journal also publishes research notes, comments, book reviews and short communications. ISSN : 2456-8228

 

EDITORIAL BOARD

  1. Tao Abo, Editor-in-Chief
  2. Goli Nyodu, Technical Editor
  3. Taja Yaying, Managing Editor
  4. Rubu Tani, Managing Editor
  5. Priyanka Dutta, Managing Editor
  6. Tame Ramya, Managing Editor
  7. Ratna Tayeng, Managing Editor

EDITORIAL ADVISORY BOARD

  1. Prof. S. S. Khanka : Professor (HRM), National Institute of Financial Management, Ministry of Finance, Government of India, Faridabad, Haryana
  2. Prof. Atul Sarma : Visiting Professor, Institute for Human Development, NIDM Building, IIPA Campus, Indraprastha Estate, New Delhi-110002
  3. Prof. R. C. Parida : Dean, Faculty of Management Studies, Rajiv Gandhi University, Rono-Hills, Doimikh-791 112
  4. Prof. Tomo Riba : Professor, Department of Geography, Rajiv Gandhi University Rono-Hills, Doimukh 791 112
  5. Prof. Tana Showren : Professor, Department of History, Rajiv Gandhi University, Rono- Hills, Doimukh 791 112
  6. Prof. Ranjit Tamuli : Vice-Chancellor, Dibrugarh University, Dibrugarh, Assam - 786 004
  7. Dr. M. Q. Khan : Principal, Dera Natung Govt. College, Itanagar, Papum Pare, Arunachal Pradesh - 791 111
  8. Dr. D. K. Padhi : Associate Professor, Department of Education, Dera Natung Government College, Itanagar - 791 113
  9. Dr. R. K. Mandal : Associate Professor, Department of Economics, Dera Natung Government College, Itanagar - 791 113
  10. Dr. Philip Mody : Sr. Assistant Professor, Department of Commerce, Rajiv Gandhi University, Rono-Hills, Doimukh - 791 112
  11. Prof. Bipan Hazarika : Professor, Department of Mathematics, Gauhati University, Guwahati, Assam - 781 014
  12. Dr. P. R. Gajurel : Associate Professor, Department of Forestry, North Eastern Regional Institute of Science and Technology Nirjuli-791109
  13. Prof. Pramood Tandon : CEO, Biotech Park, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh and Former Vice Chancellor, North Eastern Hills University, Department of Biotechnology, NEHU
  14. Prof. S. K. Borthakur Professor, Department of Botany, Guwahati University, Guwahati, Assam
  15. Dr. Joram Begi : Former Director, Higher & Technical Education, Government of Arunachal Pradesh, Itanagar-791 111
  16. Prof. Nani Bath : Professor, Department of Political Science, Rajiv Gandhi University, Rono-Hills, Doimukh, Arunachal Pradesh, India

 

Instructions to Paper Contributors

Full-length articles, short communications, or book reviews may be submitted for publication.
Manuscripts are accepted with the understanding that they are not published elsewhere except as their abstracts. All manuscripts are subjected to peer review by the editors or by other qualified reviewers.

  1. All contributions should be submitted electronically, typed on A4 size paper in double space with adequate margin on the left side. The authors are requested to submit the manuscripts in MS Word 2007 or MS Word 2010 or PDF (For Scientific Areas) using Times New Roman 12 font size without any paragraph formating.
  2. The cover page of the manuscript should contain (i) Title of the paper which should be concise and informative, (ii) Name(s) of author(s), (iii) Professional affiliation (include postal address, e-mail, tel./mob. and fax numbers), (iv) An abstract of the paper in less than 150 words, and (v) Acknowledgement, if any. The first page of the article must also provide the title, but not the rest of the items of cover page. A short running title should also be suggested.
  3. The research articles should be within 8000 words including tables, appendices, etc.
  4. Tables should preferably be of such size that they could be composed in size not exceeding 15x22 cm. Each table should have a heading stating its contents clearly and concisely. The source should be given below each table. Places where tables are to be inserted should be indicated.
  5. Figures and charts, if any, should be professionally drawn using black ink on transparent papers. Each figure/illustration must be specifically referred in the text. Letters, numbers, dots, lines, etc., in the drawing should be large enough to permit reduction. Text-figures are to be numbered in Arabic numerals in order to their reference. Captions and legends to figures must be typed on a separate sheet of paper and attached at the end of the paper.
  6. There shall be end note to explain a point whose explanation in the text that will make the flow of discussion inconsistent. The end note shall consist of an explanation or related references to authenticate your point of argument. Indications of notes should be serially numbered in the text of the articles with superscripted numeral and the corresponding notes should be given at the end of the paper.
  7. References: Author(s) are to take special care with regard to the accuracy of the references. Editors are not responsible for them. A reference list should appear after the list of notes. Cite unpublished data/references, personal communications, mimeograph respectively as unpub., pers. comm, mimeo., followed by the year if any.
  8. List the references in alphabetical order at the end of the paper. Give titles of the books and names of journals in full. In case of journals provide first and last page numbers for all entries. Volume of the journal must be written in bold. The name of the book or the journal shall be italic.
  9. The sources shall be cited on the body of the text as follows; Author, year, pages(s). For example (Mibang, 1993:4). Non-English words should be italic
  10. Referencing Styles
Author(s) name. Year of publication.

Title of the paper (in case of book or book chapter write Titles of the article and the book). Publication information (Name and place of publisher in case a book chapter), pp/pages.

Single Author/ Editor
  1. Behera, M.C. 1994. Planning and socio- economic Development of the Tribals. New Delhi: Common Wealth.
  2. Elwin, V. (Ed). 1959. India’s North East Frontier in the Nineteenth Century. London: OUP
More than one author/ editor

Eggins, Suzanne, and Diana Slade. 1997. Analysing casual conversion. London: Cassel, Quirk, Randolph, Sidney Greenbaum, Geoffrey Leech, and Jan Svarivk. 1985. A comprehensive Grammar of English Language. London: Longman.
Prasad, R. K., N. C. Mondal, P. Banerjee, M.V. Nandakumar and V.S. singh. 2008. Deciphering potential groundwater zone in hard rock through the application of GIS. Environmental Geology, 55:467-475

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Correspondence

Any correspondence should be addressed to The Editor, Dera Natung Government College Research Journal, Itanagar - 791 113, Arunachal Pradesh at <editordngcrj@dngc.ac.in

Subscription Rate
Category India Abroad
Individual Rs. 150 US $ 25
Institutional Rs. 500 US $ 75

RESEARCH VOLUMES

1 Volume 1 Issue 1 Cover Page
2 Volume 2 Issue 1 Cover Page
3 Volume 3 Issue 1 Cover Page

 

College Day Celebration

College Day Celebration

The Annual College Day is celebrated in the 1stweek of November every year organizing competitions in cultural, literary, Games & Sports activities etc.

Anti-Ragging Committee

Anti-Ragging Committee

The college has a Committee for Discipline that deals with any kind of indiscipline by the students including ragging, if any. Any form of ragging should be reported to the College authority which could be redressed at the earliest.

As a part of sensitization of students on what constitutes ragging, the Hon’ble Supreme Court’s guidelines of the same are quoted here under:

  1. Any conduct by any student or students whether by words spoken or written or by an act which has the effect of teasing, treating or handling with rudeness a fresher or any other student
  2. Indulging in rowdy or undisciplined activities by any student or students which causes or is likely to cause annoyance, hardship, physical or psychological harm or to raise fear or apprehension thereof in any fresher or any other student
  3. Asking any student to do any act which such student will not in the ordinary course do and which has the effect of causing or generating a sense of shame, or torment or embarrassment so as to adversely affect the physique or psyche of such fresher or any other student
  4. Any act by a senior student that prevents, disrupts or disturbs the regular academic activity of any other student or a fresher
  5. Exploiting the services of a fresher or any other student for completing the academic tasks assigned to an individual or a group of students
  6. Any act of financial extortion or forceful expenditure burden put on a fresher or any other student or by students
  7. Any act of physical abuse including all variants of it: sexual abuse, homosexual assaults, stripping, forcing absence and lewd acts, gestures causing bodily harm or any other danger to health or person
  8. Any act or abuse by spoken words, e-mails, post public insults which also include deriving perverted pleasure, vicarious or sadistic thrill from actively or passively participating in the discomfiture to fresher or any other student
  9. Any act that affects the mental health and self-confidence of a fresher or any other student with or without an intent to derive a sadistic pleasure or showing off power, authority or superiority by a student over any fresher or any other student

Students' Academic Performance Credit

Students’ Academic Performance Credit (SAPC)

Under this scheme, the admission fees of the individual toppers of first - fifth Semesters of B.A., B.Sc. and B.Com will be waived off at the time of admission to the next semester.The college authority shall bear the cost of admission. The marks of every individual semester will be taken into consideration and candidates with academic arrears will not be considered. The toppers in the above mentioned semesters will be provided the following rewards:

1. Bos Frontalis for free admission in B.A.
2. Hornbill for free admission in B.Com.
3. Foxtail Orchid for free admission in B.Sc.

BOS FRONTALIS AWARDEE

S/NO. NAME OF STUDENTS AWARD TOPPED IN CLASS
1. Ms. Jonam Pordung Bos Frontalis BA II Sem-2016
2. Ms. Sonam Sharma Bos Frontalis BA II Sem-2016
3. Mr. Tana Vijay Tara Bos Frontalis BA IV Sem-2016
4. Ms. Miti Perme Bos  Frontalis B.A. I Sem-2016
5. Mr. Otem Lego Bos Frontalis B.A. III Sem - 2016
6. Mr. Nihal Chandra Malakar Bos Frontalis B.A. V Sem - 2016
7. Ms. Miti Perme Bos Frontalis B.A. II Sem-2017
8. Ms. Tarh Najuk Bos Frontalis B.A. II Sem-2017
9. Ms. Marki Dangni Bos Frontalis B.A. IV Sem-2017
10. Mr. Dangu Tagia Bos Frontalis B.A. I Sem-2017
11. Ms. Gemem Pangkam Bos Frontalis B.A. III Sem-2017
12. Ms. Naina Kumari Bos Frontalis B.A. V Sem (Edu.) 2017
13. Mr. Shamphang Jugli Bos Frontalis B.A. II Sem-2018
14. Mr. Ringu Anung Bos Frontalis B.A. IV Sem-2018

HORNBILL AWARDEE

S/NO. NAME OF STUDENTS AWARD TOPPED IN CLASS
1. Ms. Tana Pina Hornbill B.Com. II Sem-2016
2. Ms. Nang Nomita Munglang Hornbill B.Com. IV Sem-2016
3. Ms. Punyo Kanya Hornbill B.Com. I Sem-2016
4. Ms. Tana Pina Hornbill B.Com. III Sem-2016
5. Ms. Mania Joram Hornbill B.Com. V Sem-2016
6. Ms. Toko Yadak Hornbill B.Com. II Sem-2017
7. Ms. Tana Pina Hornbill B.Com. IV Sem-2017
8. Ms. Tam Ama Hornbill B.Com. I Sem-2017
9. Ms. Tame Akio Hornbill B.Com. III Sem-2017
10. Ms. Tana Pina Hornbill B.Com. V Sem-2017
11. Mr. Vijay Majhi Hornbill B.Com. II Sem-2018
12. Ms. Techi Meju Hornbill B.Com. IV Sem-2018

FOXTAIL ORCHID AWARDEE

S/NO. NAME OF STUDENTS AWARD TOPPED IN CLASS
1. Mr. Dai Tami Foxtail Orchid B.Sc. II Sem-2016
2. Ms. Junti Bora  Foxtail Orchid  B.Sc. IV Sem-2016
3. Ms. Nyamcha Atta Foxtail Orchid B.Sc. I Sem-2016
4. Mr. Prem Taku Foxtail Orchid B.Sc. III Sem-2016
5. Ms. Dekey Chumku Foxtail Orchid B.Sc. (Z) V Sem-2016
6. Ms. Rubu Ripa  Foxtail Orchid  B.Sc. II Sem-2017
7. Mr. Hibu Bida Foxtail Orchid B.Sc. IV Sem-2017
8. Ms. Hage Tunia Foxtail Orchid B.Sc. I Sem (CBZ) 2017
9. Ms. Zarina Kimsing Foxtail Orchid B.Sc. III Sem (CBZ) 2017
10. Mr. Likha Rido Foxtail Orchid B.Sc. V Sem (BOT) 2017
11. Ms. Nitu Kumari Thakur Foxtail Orchid B.Sc. II Sem (PCM) 2018
12. Ms. Nang Monika Munglang Foxtail Orchid B.Sc. IV Sem (PCM) 2018

 

Principal’s Merit Award

Principal’s Merit Award

A Principal’s Merit Award for overall individual topper of each stream of B.A., B.Com and B.Sc. VIth Semester, as per university results of the college, is awarded to the meritorious students consisting of cash award and a certificate.

S.NO. NAME OF THE STUDENT CLASS Remarks
1. Mr. Doni Bushi B.A. III Topper 2016 Principal's Merit Award Holder
2. Mr. Kesang Daldon Damo B.Com. Topper 2016 Principal's Merit Award Holder
3. Ms. Abhisweta Bhatt B.Sc. Topper 2016 Principal's Merit Award Holder
4. Ms. Ankita Dey B.A.  Topper 2017 Principal's Merit Award Holder
5. Ms. Nang Nomita Munglang B.Com. Topper 2017 Principal's Merit Award Holder
6. Ms. Dekey Chumku B.Sc. Topper 2017 Principal's Merit Award Holder
7. Ms. Jobom Siram B.A. Topper  2018 Principal's Merit Award Holder
8. Ms. Tana Pina B.Com. Topper 2018 Principal's Merit Award Holder
9. Mr. Dai Tami B.Sc. Topper 2018 Principal's Merit Award Holder

 

Students' Union

Students' Union

There is a Students’ Union in the college to maintain discipline amongst the students and to train them for sharing responsibilities of the Developmental activities of the students’ community, thereby, to become responsible citizens of the state. The election is held strictly in accordance with the regulations laid down in Lyngdoh Committee Report. The contesting candidates should go through the regulations before deciding to contest for any office.

Every student becomes a member of the union body after regular admission to the college and enjoys the right to vote and participate in union activities. The office bearers of the union are elected by secret ballot for the portfolios as enlisted below:

  1. General Secretary
  2. Assistant General Secretary
  3. Secretary, Literary Activities
  4. Assistant Secretary, Literary Activities
  5. Secretary, Games & Sports
  6. Assistant Secretary, Games & Sports
  7. Secretary, Cultural Activities
  8. Assistant Secretary, Cultural Activities
  9. Secretary, Social Service
  10. Assistant Secretary, Social Service
  11. Editor, College Magazine

(Note: - No other portfolio shall be officially recognized as there is no such provision in the Constitution of Students’ Union, DNGC)

However, in view of the semester system, the contesting candidates should be from either from IIIrd semester or Vth semester. In case any office bearer after declaration of end semester result in month of January declared fail, their candidature against the respective portfolios automatically will stand cancelled and accordingly respective portfolio will remain vacant till the further new Union Body formation in the next consecutive session.

Travelling Concessions

Travelling Concessions

The students are granted the facility of travelling between Itanagar and their respective home towns and educational excursions on concessional rates by railways during the Winter Break and Summer Vacation, as applicable under the rules. For the General Educational Excursion, two seats will be reserved for the members of Students Union, i.e., the General Secretary and the Assistant General Secretary. The remaining seats will be selected purely on merit basis for B.A., B. Com and B. Sc.

College Canteen

College Canteen

The College has two well-furnished canteens to cater to the needs of the students and staff. Food items are prepared in hygienic condition and are available at reasonable rates.