Best Practices of the College
- Daily Class Log
The College has adopted a system of collecting students’ feedback daily on the performance of Teachers in the Lecture schedule. Class Representatives are selected or elected among the students of a Class, and one of the responsibilities of the Class Representative is to submit to the College Administration an independent report of the day’s Lectures taken by the Teachers.
- Outreach Programs
The college organizes various community outreach programs. The College has four (4) very active and successful NSS units guided by young and enthusiastic Program Officers, and along with student-volunteers they undertake many yeoman activities in the local society, thereby inculcating in the students a sense of social responsibility. The N.S.S organized special camping at adopted villages and collaborated with Village Council leaders and the local community to construct and/or renovate public water points, waiting sheds and public bathrooms and urinals. Red Ribbon Club (RRC) and Eco Club of the college also actively collaborates with the NSS in organizing blood donation camps, tree plantation and cleanliness drives. Various science departments organized outreach programs for high school and Higher Secondary School students in and around Kolasib to raise awareness and interest in science.
III. Student Mentoring
The College has adopted a practice of Student Mentoring, whereby the students are divided into manageable groups among the Teachers, and the Teacher-Mentors are responsible for the academic and mental well-being of the students. Since many of the students are from financially weaker sections of the society, or from the rural areas, they may experience some difficulty(ies) in their academics or other personal activities.
IV Green Initiatives: The college has taken various steps to make the campus environmental- friendly. Efforts are being made to reduce energy consumption by utilizing renewable resources. Awareness campaigns on environmental issues, cleanliness drives and tree plantation are conducted by the Eco Club and the NSS. College has taken initiatives to actively implement the Swachhta Action Plan and was awarded District Green Champion during 2021-2022.
V: Personality & Soft Skills Development : In an effort to groom students of Government Kolasib College to confront challenges in work and study, the Capacity Building Committee & IQAC of the College organized a lecture series on “Personality & Soft Skills Development” during the academic year 2022-23. The program was mainly for final-year students of all departments of the College. Accordingly all final-year students of the 14 departments were sorted into 6 groups. During this series significant topics like different types of personality, meaning of personality development and how to develop it, meaning of body language and posture, difference between hard and soft skills, meaning and classification of soft skills, personal and interpersonal traits were dealt with.