Vijaygarh jyotish ray college

Affiliated Under University of Calcutta. Registered under 2f & 12B of UGC Act Under Graduate with Post Graduate Courses, Re-Accredited by NAAC (3rd Cycle) (Grade - A); Funded by RUSA; DBT-BOOST, Ranked in NIRF, AISHE

(ISO 9001:2015 Certified )

Programmes offered

Programmes Offered Under CBCS Programme (3-year Duration)

1. B. Com. Honours (Specialisation in Accounting & Finance)

2. B. Com. General (Accounting Group)

Total no. of Semesters - 6

Session Commencement - July & December every year.

Admission process is conducted as per the University of Calcutta Regulations.

Minimum Qualification for Admission - Successful completion of 10+2 Examination.

Academic Methodology & Teaching-Learning Process

a.       Semester-wise Orientation Programme – At the start of every new session, an orientation programme is held with the students of each semester separately which is chaired by the Principal. All the subject teachers are present during this programme and the students are made aware of the details of new subjects in the new semester.


b.      Both Chalk and Talk class and ICT method – The day-to-day classes are taken in the traditional format of Chalk and Talk method and the practical classes are taken in the ICT method.

c.       Interactive Class – There is a follow-up session with the students after each lecture session of the teachers. The students are invited to pose questions and the answers are discussed within the class itself. Students are also advised to meet the teachers at the end of each class for clearing any doubts of the topics.

d.      Students’ Seminar – Every semester a students’ seminar is held on different and relevant topics, and whereby students from different colleges are invited to speak on the topics. Different Faculty members and Reputed Professionals are invited to chair and judge the Seminar sessions.

e.       Seminar Class – A subject teacher will be providing a lecture on a pre-determined topic on a pre-determined date, whereby students are instructed to listen to the relevant topics.

f.        Open House Discussion – This is an innovative teaching-learning method which is undertaken at the end of every semester. After the completion of about 85% syllabus, the Open House Discussion is held. All the subject teachers are present on the predetermined date and the students are informed from beforehand of this programme. The students are instructed to bring their own queries, questions and present them in the session. The concerned subject teacher field the questions and explain the queries. The advantage of this discussion is that it acts as a recapitulation for the students just before the exams.

g.      Teachers’ Day Celebration – The students of the department celebrate Teachers’ Day to commemorate the birthday of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan on 5th September each year.

h.      Intra-class Quiz Competition – Students of a particular semester are divided into multiple groups, and certain subject-oriented chapters are informed to the students from beforehand. Quiz sessions are held between these groups and the concerned subject teacher chairs the session. This kind of competition readies the students more thoroughly and makes the subjects more interesting to the students.

i.        Counselling and Mentoring Session – The students are counselled and mentored at different intervals to lend them mental support in regards to their personal problem. All the data of the students are kept confidential by the assigned mentors.

j.        Students Improvement Programme (SIP) – Remedial classes are arranged for the improvement of students. Certain key and problematic areas of the subjects are identified after discussing with the students. Then such remedial classes are taken to address those issues.

k.      Caring for the slow-learning students – The slow-learning students are identified in each semester and special care is taken to uplift them. Special classes are taken to remedy the learning gaps.

l.        Parent-Teacher Meeting – Due care is taken to meet with the parents of the students every year to make them aware of the progress of the students. The parents are given a background of the college activities, informed about the facilities offered by the college and an overall feedback/suggestion is taken from the parents.

m.    Students’ Feedback – Students’ feedback survey form is taken in questionnaire format and

n.      Parents’ Feedback – A Parents’ feedback form is sent to the parents through the students’ hands and feedback is sought from them through a questionnaire format.

o.      Departmental Meeting – Departmental meetings are held at regular intervals for evaluating the teaching-learning process of ourselves through overall review of the day-to-day classes and evaluation of the feedback from different stakeholders.


Sri. Prabir Bhattacharya
Smt. Manisha Chowdhury
Dr. Mitasi Das
Sreyam Roy
Krishnendu Sen