Academics

Academics

DEGREE COURSES

From the academic year 2014-2015 on wards Rajiv Gandhi University has brought the entire Bachelor of Arts course under the semester scheme. Hence, the new batch of students joining the first year B. A. will have their course of studies in the semestral mode.

Under the semestral mode, a student of B. A. studies across six semesters in three years. The first, the third, and the fifth semesters are termed “Odd Semesters” and the second, the fourth, and the sixth semesters are called “Even Semesters.” The Odd Semesters run from July 1 to December 31, whereas the Even Semesters span from January 1 to June 30.

COURSE STRUCTURE: TRADITIONAL SUBJECTS

In the Semestral Scheme, St. Francis De Sales College, as an affiliated college under RGU, offers the following subjects (called “electives”). An applicant may choose any three of the following electives.

COMPULSORY (FOUNDATIONAL SUBJECTS)
Sl.No. Subjects Code Remarks
1. English Compulsory EC Studied in the First and the Second Semester only
2. Environmental Studies ES Studied in the Third Semester only
3. Skill-based Paper SK Studied in the Fourth Semester. (Each Elective will have a skill- based paper)
ELECTIVE SUBJECTS (TO CHOOSE ANY THREE)
Sl.No. Subjects Code
1. English Elective E
2. Geography G
3. History H
4. Political Science P
5. Sociology B
6. Anthropology A

In the first four semesters (i.e., two years), a student will study one compulsory paper and three electives of their choice per semester. The electives will remain constant across four semesters. The compulsory paper will change each year/semester. In the final year (the fifth and the sixth semesters), a student will choose anyone of the three electives as his/her Major.

CERTIFICATE AND ADD-ON COURSES

Besides regular BA programme SFSC offers a number of add-on courses, certificate courses and personality development courses. It is compulsory for the students to opt for at least one certificate course per semester. Following are the list of Certificate and Add-on courses offered by the college:

Sl.No. Course title Course Code Certificate/ Add-on/Bridge Course
1. Basic Spoken English CSD:CC:NO:01 Certificate
2. Basic Computer Skills CSD:CC:NO:02 Certificate
3. Floral Decoration CSD:CC:NO:03 Certificate
4. Music CSD:CC:NO:04 Certificate
5. Advanced Communication Skills CSD:CC:NO:05 Certificate
6. Advanced Computer Skills CSD:CC:NO:06 Certificate
7. Course on Photoshop and Corel Draw X3 CSD:CC:NO:07 Certificate
8. Foreign Language CSD:CC:NO:08 Certificate
9. Creative Writing CSD-AC:NO:01 Add-on
10. Soft Skills and Personality Development Courses CSD-AC:NO:02 Add-on
11. Choreography CSD-AC:NO:03 Add-on
12. Spoken English & Communication Skills CSD-BC:NO:01 Add-on
INSTITUTE OF DISTANCE EDUCATION (IDE)

Institute of Distance Education is affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi University. The institute aims is to provide higher education opportunities to those who are unable to join regular academic and vocational education programmes in the affiliated colleges of the University and make higher education reach to the doorsteps in rural and geographically remote areas of Arunachal Pradesh in particular and North-eastern part of India in general. The education through distance mode is an alternative mode of imparting instruction to overcome the problems of access, infrastructure and socio-economic barriers. The institute offers Bachelor degree and Certificate programmes in the field of Art.

SFS College is a recognized centre for distance education program at undergraduate level that provides Bachelor’s Degree in seven subjects namely Economics, Education, English, History, Political Science, Hindi and Sociology.

Audit Report 2018-19

Commitees, Clubs & Associations

Responsibilities of the staff for the Academic Session 2019-20

All the committees will operate under the chairmanship of Fr. Vipin George (Principal)

Academic Council
Sr. Belsy Jose (Coordinator), Sr. Martha (COE), Mr. Praduyt Dey (IQAC Coordinator), Sr. Jancy, and all the HoDs
Admission Committee
Sr. Belsy Jose (Coordinator),Mr. Kenli Ete, Sr. Jancy, Mr. Utpal Nath, Students Welfare office members, Office staffs
Disciplinary Committee
:Mr. Kenli Ete (Coordinator),Sr. Belsy Jose, Mr. Kenli Ete, Mr. Peli Nyorak, All HoDs and Class Teachers and Students Welfare Office members
Exam Cell
Sr. Martha (COE), Mr. Kenli Ete, Mr. Gedo Karbak, Mr. Utpal Nath, Ms. Josephine (Office staff)
Research Cell
Dr. Mari Lollen (Coordinator), Ms. Monalisha Bora, Mr. Mibang Perme, Mr. BikasKena
Internal Assessment Committee
Sr. Belsy Jose (Coordinator), Sr. Martha, Ms. Himadri Dutta and all the HoDs
Library Committee
Mrs. Orik Komut (Coordinator), Mrs. Tongam Ete, Ms. Tongam Karbak and all the HoDs.
Anti-Ragging Committee
Mr. Kenli Ete (Coordinator), Sr. Belsy Jose, Mr. Peli Nyorak, Ms. Tame Katherina
Sexual Harassment Committee
Sr. Belsy Jose (Coordinator), Ms. Monalisha Bora, Ms. Bompi Zirdo, Mrs. Shelly Ango, Mr. Praduyt Dey and Students Welfare Office members
Institute of Distance Education (IDE)
Mr. Mimmo Ete (Coordinator) and Mrs. Tongam Ete Ado
Leadership and Career Guidance Cell
Mr. Kenli Ete (Coordinator), Ms. Iter Angu, Ms. Inkey Tayeng, Ms. Monalisha Bora and Mrs. Shelly Ango
Student’s Grievance Cell
Mr. Kenli Ete (Coordinator), Sr Belsy Jose, Ms.Himadri Dutta, Mr. Gedo Karbak, SWO members: Mr. Mili Angu ( College Captain) and Ms. Topi Yaying ( College Vice- Captain)

Time Table

VARIOUS CENTRES FOR HOLISTIC GROWTH

COUNSELLING CELL (CC)
Counseling Cell aims at taking care of the holistic growth of the students. Regular programmes are organized for teachers to equip as well as to update them with latest skills in counseling and accompanying students in their journey towards growth.
MENTORING GROUP (MG)
It aims at offering more personalized and individual care to each student. Students are clustered into groups of twenty and a teacher is assigned as a mentor. He or she looks into the overall growth of the students. He or she meets the students on a regular basis and keeps updated about the overall growth of the students. Issues like study, attendance shortage, indiscipline, punctuality, behavioral problems are discussed and serious matters are brought to the notice of principal to offer more advanced help.
STUDENT WELFARE OFFICE (SWO)
Student’s Welfare Office is entrusted with the responsibility of organizing various programs in the college with the help of student’s leaders and volunteers. It serves as the link between management and the students. It ensures quality and excellence in all the programs both academic and co-curricular activities that are organized in the college. It consists of college captain along with class leaders and secretaries of cultural, literary and sports clubs. These leaders are selected through a process as mentioned in the college manual
DISCIPLINE COMMITTEE (DC)
Discipline committee is entrusted with the noble task of providing conducive atmosphere for teaching learning process in the campus. It ensures peaceful and orderly conduct of all the activities in the campus. All the class teachers along with selected students of the SWO shall be its members.
STUDENT’S GRIEVANCE CELL (SGC)
Students are the centre of all the activities and programs in the campus as such it is important that their views and suggestions are given utmost values. Student’s grievance cell operates under student’s welfare office with an aim to address the genuine concerns and problems faced by the student community. Students are free to air their grievance to their mentor and then the matter is taken up with the principal and immediately addressed. Student’s suggestion box is made available to the students.
STAFF COUNCIL (SC)
Every staff member, by virtue of his/her appointment at SFSC, is a member of this council. They meet a minimum of twice in an academic year, one at the beginning and the other at the end. They elect a staff secretary / coordinator who often serve as their representative. From this body shall be formed a core staff council that consists of the departmental heads, co-coordinators of various cells / committees. The whole body of the Staff Council alone shall meet as often as required for discussion, evaluation and planning.
ACADEMIC COUNCIL (AC)
SFSC has an academic council which plans, organizes and executes all the academic policies and decisions. It consists of principal, Vice Principal, Manager, Superior of SFS College, controller of examination, all the head of the departments and one student representative appointed by the principal. Academic Council meets periodically to assess and evaluate the academic policies of the college and its planning and execution.
INTERNAL QUALITY ASSESSMENT CELL (IQAC)
SFSC has set up an Internal Quality Assessment Cell (IQAC) as per the norms of the UGC / the University and the directives of the Higher Education, Govt. of Arunachal Pradesh. It strives to ensure the raising of the quality of education in the college.
PARENT PROFESSORS ASSOCIATION (PPA)
PPA meeting/s is an occasion for the parents / guardians to highlight their concerns and suggestions for improvement. All the parents / guardians are expected to attend such meeting, the date of which will be intimated well in advance.
PUBLIC RELATION OFFICE (PRO)
SFSC has a public relation office which aims at maintaining good public relation with all the institutions and public figures. It is also responsible for giving due publicity to various curricular and co-curricular activities and programs of the college. It keeps track of various events of the college and prepares report and gives due publicity through print and electronic media. It consists of one staff member, office secretary and two student representatives.
SFS ALUMNI FORUM: (SAF)
SFS Alumni Forum – Aalo is voluntary organization consisting of all the alumnus of SFS College, Aalo. It is known as SAF. Established on 13th Mary 2010, it consists of all the ‘past / former’ students of the College. The Forum meets at least once a year under the Chairmanship of the Principal or his delegate. The date shall be mentioned in the annual Calendar of the college. The Secretary and President keeps the members informed about the annual meeting and the programmes.

Motto: “Love is only Chatter, Friends are all that matter’’

Objectives: Objectives of the Forum include:
1. To keep in touch with each other as the members of the Fransalian family. 2. To assist and support the college authority to serve the local community through educational and social upliftment. 3. To serve as link between the general public and the College. 4. To come together to share the joys and sorrows of achievements/ failures and support each other 5. To undertake certain socially beneficial activities for the present / former students or general public.

CLUBS AND ASSOCIATIONS

NSS
The National Service Scheme is a Voluntary Organization of the College Students under the Union Ministry of Human Resource Development to inculcate social consciousness and a sense of responsibility, discipline and dignity of labour among youth. The college NSS unit is vibrant with activities and takes up a number of adults’ education and health education programmes each year and summer camps under the guidance of the Programme Officer.
ECO CLUB
SFSC has an Eco Club that organizes activities to create awareness and sensitivity among individuals and social groups to the environment concerns and its allied problems. It aims at building right attitudes to help individuals and social groups to acquire a set of values and feeling of concern for the environment. Activities are organized in such as way that students are motivated to work for the improvement and protection of our environment.
WOMEN’S FORUM
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A Women’s Forum Unit is active in the college. All the girl students of the college are members. It conducts periodic meetings and plans for organizing activities to encourage safety, security and upliftment/ welfare of women community of the college.
SPORTS CLUB: (SC)
Games and Sports Club searches, exposes and develops talents of students through the means of Games and Sports activities.
LITERARY AND CULTURAL CLUB (LACC)
Literary and Cultural club encourages and promotes related activities such as debates, seminars, essay writing, story writing, poetry contest, workshops, singing, dancing, music etc.
N.B. Principal and Vice-Principal are the de-facto president and convener respectively, of all the clubs, associations and committees in the college. Any meeting held or decision taken without their consent or approval will be de-facto considered as null and void.

Student Welfare Office Members 2018-19

S.NO. LEADERS NAMES
1 COLLEGE CAPTAIN Mr. MILI ANGU
2 VICE CAPTAIN Ms. TOPI YAYING
3 LITERARYCAPTAIN Ms. JARMOTY ROMIN
4 LITERARY SECRETARY Mr. GEBA LOYA
5 CULTURALCAPTAIN Mr. NGAGAM GADI
6 CULTURALSECRETARY Mr. BOTER RINYA
7 SPORTS CAPTAIN Mr. PENYA BAM
8 SPORTSSECRETARY Mr. GEBA KAMDUK
9 NSS. CAPTAIN Mr. BOMBAI YOMCHA
10 NSS. SECRETARY Ms. MAMI RUCHI
11 MEMBERS Mr. THOMAS TAPO
Mr. GEMMAR LOYA
Mr. PRANAJITH SHA
Ms. LIYIR ETE