college profile

Dakshin Kamrup College, Mirza

Address:    Mirza, district- Kamrup
Telephone No.:  03623-230123
Fax:  03623-230123
E-mail:   dkcollege_mirza@rediffmail.com
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Year of Establishment:  1961
Location:  Situated at Mirza which is 6 kms. to the West from L G B International Airport, Guwahati.
Total Area:  44 Bighas of Land
Total Built up Area:  5973.27 sq.m.
Affiliation:  Affiliated to Gauhati University.
Enrolment of Students in the last session (2015-2016):   5143
Status of the College:  Provincialised by Govt. of Assam.
Accreditation Grade:  B (Accredited by NAAC in 2014), CGPA 2.81
No. of Streams:  2 (Arts and Science)
Total No. of Departments: 16
No. of Hostels:   2 (one each for boys and girls with seat capacity of 60 and  40 respectively)

Location

The college is located at Mirza, an ideal village in Kamrup district of Assam. It is about 6 kms to the West of Lokapriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport. The National Highway 37 runs through it. Mirza spreads over a vast area touching the river Brahmaputra in the North and Meghalaya border in the south.

The Emblem of the College

The blooming lotus in the centre of the emblem stands for spreading of quality and excellence in education. The strands of paddy encircling the lotus stands for prosperity and happiness- indicating the economic base of the region. In between the two is engraved the name and motto of the college. The motto-“Tamaso Ma Jyotirgamaya” means- ‘lead us from darkness to light’. It reminds of all the enlightenment to be achieved to lead a successful life.

Mission and Vision

The college aims not only at achieving excellence in higher education but also the all-round development —physical, intellectual, and moral —of the students. The famous Upanisadic hymn— “Tamaso Ma Jyotirgamaya” engraved in the emblem signifies the motto of the college. Thus, the college has noble mission to pursue. The vision of the college centres round its strong wish to become a centre of excellence in the academic field of the entire North Eastern Region. Apart from education it wants the young generation to reconstruct a society based on dignity of labour, moral and spiritual values. The institute aims at imparting futuristic education and instills high standards of discipline through its dedicated faculty. By making the students strong in physical science, social science and humanities and ethics the college aims at setting up a national standard.

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