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Course Structure for 3 Years B. Com Honours PART– I (1st Year)

Accountancy Honours

PART– II (2nd Year)

PART– III (3rd Year)

1H1. Financial Accounting

2H1.Corporate Accounting

3H1. Business Economics and Quantitative Techniques

1H2. Business Mathematics & Statistics

2H2. Cost Accounting

3H2. Management Accounting 3H3. Direct and Indirect Taxes in India 3H4. Auditing Environmental Science

1H1. Financial Accounting

2H1. Corporate Accounting

3H1. Business Economics and Quantitative Techniques

1H2. Business Mathematics & Statistic

2H2. Production Management & Cost Accounting

3H2. Personnel Management

Management Honours

3H3. Marketing Management 3H4. Financial Management & Financial Statement Analysis Environmental Science

Finance Honours

1H1. Financial Accounting

2H1 Corporate Accounting

3H1 Managerial Economics

1H2 Business Maths & Statistics

2H2 Financial Market Operation

3H7 Financial Management & Financial Statement Analysis

1G1 Business Communication

2G1 Secretarial Practices

3H8 Indian Banking System

1G2 Money & Financial System – I

2G2 Money & Financial System – II

3H9 International Financial System & Public Finance

1G3 Economic Principles

2G3 Economic Problems

Environmental Studies

1G5 Intro. to Info Tech

2G5 Business Application of Info Tech

1G4 Business Regulatory Framework

2G4 Company Law

1G6 Principles of Management

2G6 Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship

Modern Indian Language

Compulsory English


Course Structure for 3 Years B. Com General PART– I (1st Year)

PART– II (2nd Year)

PART– III (3rd Year)

Language

Group A

Group B

Group C

Modern Indian Language

Compulsory English

1G1. Business Communication

2G1. Secretarial Practice

1G2. Money & Financial System - I

2G2. Money & Financial System - II

1G3. Economic Principles

2G3. Economic Problems

1G4. Business Regulatory Framework

2G4. Company Law

1G5. Introduction to Info Tech

2G5. Application of Info Tech in Business

1G6. Principles of Management

2G6. Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship

1G7. Financial Accounting - I

2G7. Financial Accounting - II

1G8. Corporate Accounting - I

2 G8. Corporate Accounting - II

1G9. Business Maths

2G9. Business Statistics

Environmental Studies 3G1. Cost Accounting and Management Accounting 3G2. Direct and Indirect Taxes in India 3G3. Auditing


SEMESTER PROGRAMMES Revised Syllabus of Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Semester - I Sl. No.

Course Code

Course Title

Full Marks

1

101

Principles of Management

100

2

102

Business Mathematics

100

3

103

Business Law

100

4

104

Accounting for Managers

100

Semester - II Sl. No.

Course Code

Course Title

Full Marks

1

201

Managerial Economics

100

2

202

Organizational Behaviour

100

3

203

Cost & Management Accounting

100

4

204

Compulsory English

50

5

205

Business Communication and Business Ethics

100

Semester - III Sl. No.

Course Code

Course Title

Full Marks

1

301

Marketing Management

100

2

302

Financial Management

100

3

303

Human Resource Management

100

4

304

Statistics

100

Semester - IV Sl. No.

Course Code

Course Title

Full Marks

1

401

Computer Application in Business (Theory 50 Marks + Practical 50 Marks)

100

2

402

Strategic Management

100

3

403

Alternative English

50

4

404

Entrepreneurship Development

100


Each Student has to select one special area from Marketing or Finance or HRM Specialization in Financial Management Sl. No.

Course Code

Course Title

Full Marks

1

501-F

Corporate Accounting

100

2

502-F

Financial Institutions and Markets

100

3

503-F

Security Analysis & Portfolio Management

100

4

504-F

Direct and Indirect Tax

100

Specialization in Human Resource Management Sl. No.

Course Code

Course Title

Full Marks

1

501-H

Industrial Relations

100

2

502-H

Organisational Development

100

3

503-H

Human Resource Planning and Human Resource Audit

100

4

504-H

Human Resource Development

100

Specialization in Marketing Management Sl. No.

Course Code

Course Title

Full Marks

1

501-M

Consumer Behaviour

100

2

502-M

Marketing Management

100

3

503-M

Advertisement and Sales Promotion Management

100

4

504-M

Marketing of Services

100

Semester - VI (One Special paper on Marketing/Finance/HRM + Course-602,603) Specialization in Financial Management: Sl. No.

Course Code

Course Title

Full Marks

1

601-F

Financial Statement Analysis

100

2

602-F

Environmental Studies

50

3

603-F

Project Work & Presentation

150

Special in Financial Management Sl. No.

Course Code

Course Title

Full Marks

1

601-H

Labour Laws

100

2

602-H

Environmental Studies

50

3

603-H

Project Work & Presentation

150


Bachelor of Computer Applications (BCA) 1st SEMESTER: Total Marks: 300

Theory

Practical

English Language

50

Mathematics

50

Introduction to Information technology

50

Basic Electronics and Introduction to Logic & Organization

50

Physics

50

Laboratory I (Windows and Office Tools)

50

2nd SEMESTER: Total Marks: 300

Theory

Practical

Mathematics

50

Data Structure through C Language

50

Business System Analysis, MIS and ERP Fundamentals

50

Computer Architectures

50

Alternative English

50

Laboratory II (Data Structure through C)

50

3rd SEMESTER: Total Marks: 300

Theory

Practical

Systems Programming

50

Computer Oriented Numerical & Statistical Methods

50

Microprocessor and Assembly Language

50

DBMS with ORACLE

50

OOP with C++

50

Laboratory III (Programming using C++)

50

4th SEMESTER: Total Marks: 300 Computer Graphics

50

Visual Programming with VB

50

Windows Programming

50

Data Communications and Computer Networking

50

Laboratory IV (Windows Programming)

50

Laboratory V (VB & ORACLE)

50

Theory

Practical


5th SEMESTER: Total Marks: 300 Optimization Techniques (OT)

50

Web Technology with Java

50

UNIX and Shell Programming

50

Software Engineering

50

Laboratory VI (UNIX and Networking)

50

Laboratory VII (Java and Internet Lab)

50

Theory

Practical 6th SEMESTER: Total Marks: 300 Environmental Studies

50

Advanced DBMS

50

Data Warehousing and Data Mining

50

Elective

50

Project

50

Presentation of Project & Viva Voce

50

Theory

Elective Papers for BCA with Data Management (one subject to be opted) a

Digital Image Processing

b

AI & Expert System

c

Compiler Construction

d

Internet & TCP / IP Programming

e

Simulation & Modelling


BA Mass Communication & Journalism under Assam Don Bosco University* Course Structure I Semester SUB CODE MCJ 001

SUBJECT TITLE Introduction to Media Communication and Journalism

HOURS 5

MARKS 100

CREDIT 4

II Semester SUB CODE MCJ 002

SUBJECT TITLE Contemporary India- Politics, Economics and Society

HOURS 5

MARKS 100

CREDIT 4

III Semester SUB CODE MCJ 003

SUBJECT TITLE Public Relations and Advertising

HOURS 5

MARKS 100

CREDIT 4

IV Semester SUB CODE MCJ 004

SUBJECT TITLE Critical Media Issues

HOURS 5

MARKS 100

CREDIT 4

V Semester SUB CODE

SUBJECT TITLE

HOURS

MARKS

CREDIT

MCJ 005

Reporting and Editing

4

100

3

MCJ 006

Press Laws and Ethics

4

100

3

VI Semester SUB CODE

SUBJECT TITLE

HOURS

MARKS

CREDIT

MCJ 007

New Media Journalism

4

100

3

MCJ 008

Visual Elements in Print (Graphic Design)

4

100

3

* Applied for


Course Structure for 3 Years B. Sc. (Honours) in Computer Science Theory

Practical

Full Marks

Computer Fundamentals Paper I

100

Digital Logic Design & Computer Organization - I Graph Theory

Part I Paper II

Discrete Mathematics

100

Numerical Algorithms Operations Research Programming Language - I

Paper III

Data Structures

100

System Software Familiarity with Single & Multi User Operating Systems

Part II

Familiarity with Window Based PC Software

Paper IV

50

Programming with C Language Digital Logic Design

50

Microprocessor and Computer Organization - II Paper V

Data Communication & Computer Networks

100

Computer Graphics Programming Language - II Paper VI

Software Engineering

100

Data Base Management Systems Part III

Microprocessor Programming & I/O Interfacing Paper VII

50

System Configuration Front End Programming & Web Utilities

50

C/C++ Programming Paper VIII

RDBMS (ORACLE / SQL / SERVER / SYBASE) Unix Shell Programming

100


Course Structure for 3 Years B. Sc. General Degree Course in Mathematics PART - I (1st YEAR) Paper-I

Group A : Classical Algebra (25 Marks) Group B : Modern Algebra (25 marks) Group A

Paper-II

: Analytical Geometry of Two & Three Dimensions (35 Marks)

Group B : Vector Algebra (15 Marks) Group C : Applications (30marks)

Paper-III

: Differential Calculus (50 Marks)

PART - II (2nd YEAR) Paper - IV

Paper - V

Group A : Integral Calculus (30 Marks) Group B : Ordinary Differential Equation (20 Marks) Group A : Numerical Analysis (25 Marks) Group B : Linear Programming (25 Marks)

Paper - VI

: Any one of the following groups

Group A : Analytic Dynamics (50 Marks) Group B : Probability and Statistics (50 Marks) Group C : Elements of Difference Equation and Calculus of Variation (50 Marks)

PART - III (3rd YEAR)

Paper - VII

: Any two of the following groups

Group A

: Elements of Computer Science & Programming (50 marks)

Group B

: A Course of Calculus (50 Marks)

Group C

: Discrete Mathematics (50 Marks)


Course Structure For-3 Years B. Sc. General Degree Course in Statistics a)

PART-I (Theory)

2 papers carrying 50 marks each

100

(Practical)

1 paper carrying 50 marks

50

Marks

Contact hours

Paper-I

Descriptive Statistics

35

40

(Th.50)

Economic Statistics

15

20

Paper-II

Method of Sampling

25

25

(Th.50)

Sampling Distribution

25

25

Paper-III

Based on topics of Th. Paper - I

20

35 (on calculator)

(Pr.50)

Based on topics of Th. Paper - II

20

30 (on calculator)

Note Book 2

Viva - Voce 8

b)

PART- II (Theory

2 papers carrying 50 marks each

100

(Practical)

1 paper carrying 50 marks

50

Marks

Contact hours

Paper-I

Probability

35

40

(Th.50)

Numerical Analysis

15

20

Paper-II

Methods of Statistical Inference

35

50

(Th.50)

ANOVA (One-way & two way)

15

20

Paper-III

Based on topics of Th. Paper-I

20

35 (on calculator)

(Pr.50)

Based on topics of Th. Paper-II

20

30 (on calculator)

Note Book 2

Viva - Voce 8

c)

PART-III

One paper of 100 marks divided as follows:

Paper-I

A. Statistical Quality Control

20

25

(Th.65)

B. Indian Statistical System

20

10

C. Population Statistics

15

25

D. Design of Experiment

10

25

Based on Calculator

20

Based on Computer

10

Viva - Voce

5

Paper-II

(Pr.35)


Course Structure for - 3 Years B. A. Honours & General Degree Course in Humanities

Honours in English Part I 1

History of the English Language & Literature

Paper - I

Marks 100

2

Elizabethan, Jacobean and Caroline Literature

Paper - II

Marks 100

Part II 1

Restoration and 18th Century Literature

Paper – III

Marks 100

2

Romantic Literature

Paper – IV

Marks 100

Part III 1

Victorian Literature

Paper – V

Marks 100

2

Twentieth Century Literature

Paper – VI

Marks 100

3

Other Literatures in English

Paper - VII

Marks 100

4

(Any one of the following special papers may be offered) Greek Drama (in translation), Indo-Anglian Literature & American Literature.

Paper - VIII

Marks 100

Honours in Education Part I 1

Philosophical and Sociological Foundation of Education

Paper - I

Marks 100

2

Educational Psychology and Pedagogy

Paper - II

Marks 100

Part II 1

Development of Education in India

Paper – III

Marks 100

2

Issues and Trends in Contemporary Indian Education

Paper – IV

Marks 100

Part III 1

Educational Evaluation and Statistics in Education

Paper – V

Marks 100

2

Educational Management and Educational Technology

Paper – VI

Marks 100

3

Educational Guidance and Curriculum Construction

Paper - VII

Marks 100

4

Educational Thoughts and Practices

Paper - VIII

Marks 100


Honours in History Part I

Marks

1

History of India up to c. AD 650

Paper - I

Marks 100

2

History of India c. AD 650 - 1550

Paper - II

Marks 100

1

History of India c. AD 1550 - 1750

Paper – III

Marks 100

2

History of India c. AD 1750 - 1950

Paper – IV

Marks 100

Part II

Part III 1

The Rise of Modern West (Mid 15th - 18th Centuries)

Paper – V

Marks 100

2

History of Modern Europe c. AD 1780 - 1939

Paper – VI

Marks 100

3

History of China and Japan c. AD 1839 - 1949

Paper - VII

Marks 100

4

The Making of the Contemporary World

Paper - VIII

Marks 100

Honours in Political Science Part I

Marks

1

Political Thought

Paper I

100

2

Political Theory

Paper II

100

1

Government & Politics in India

Paper III

100

2

Comparative Government & Politics

Paper IV

100

Part II

Part III 1

International Relations

Paper V

100

2

Society, State & Politics

Paper VI

100

3

Public Administration

Paper VII

100

4

Colonization & Nationalism in India and Women Politics

Paper VIII

100


Honours in Geography Part I 1

Physical Geography

Paper - I

Marks 50

2

Physical Geography

Paper - II

Marks 50

3

Geography of Resources

Paper - III

Marks 50

4

Practical (Duration of examination: 3 hours)

Paper - IV

Marks 50

1

Economic Activities

Paper - V

Marks 50

2

Population Geography

Paper - VI

Marks 50

3

Settlement & Political Geography

Paper - VII

Marks 50

4

Practical (Duration of examination: three hours)

Paper - VIII

Marks 50

Part II

Part III 1

Climatology

Paper - IX

Marks 50

2

Penology and Biogeography

Paper - X

Marks 50

3

Geography of India

Paper - XI

Marks 50

4

Nature & Methodology of Geography

Paper - XII

Marks 50

5

Social & Cultural Geography

Paper - XIII

Marks 50

6

Optional Paper (Agricultural Geography, Population Geography, Urban Geography, River Geography, Cartography, Regional Planning & Environmental Geography)

Paper - XIV

Marks 50

7

Practical (Duration of examination: 3 hours)

Paper - XV

Marks 50

8

Practical

Paper - XVI

Marks 50

(Duration of examination: 1 hour and after completing the written examination the viva voce will be started and the duration of viva voce for each candidate should be 10 minutes)


Honours in Psychology Part I

Marks

1

Foundation of Psychology

Paper I

100

2

Physiological Psychology

Paper II

100

1

Emergence & Growth of Psychology

Paper III

100

2

Social Psychology

Paper IV

100

Part II

Part III 1

Industrial/Organisational Psychology

Paper V

100

2

Abnormal Psychology

Paper VI

100

3

Developmental Psychology

Paper VII

100

4

Counseling Psychology

Paper VIII

100

Geography (General) Part I 1

Physical Geography

Paper - I

Marks 50

2

Climatology & Biogeography

Paper - II

Marks 50

3

Practical (Duration of examination: three hours)

Paper - III

Marks 50

1

Human Geography

Paper - IV

Marks 50

2

Economic Geography

Paper - V

Marks 50

3

Practical

Paper - VI

Marks 50

Part II

(Duration of examination: 2 hours and viva voce on field report to be started after completing the written examination and duration of which should be 5 minutes each for candidate)

Part III 1

Regional Geography of India

Paper - VII

Marks 50

2

Practical (Duration of examination: 3 hours)

Paper - VIII

Marks 50


History (General) Part I 1

History and Archeology: History of India

Paper - I

Marks 50

2

History of India (1200 A.D. - 1556 A.D.)

Paper - II

Marks 50

3

History of India (1760 A.D. - 1857 A.D.)

Paper - III

Marks 50

1

History of India: From the Rise of the Gupta Empire to 1200 A.D.

Paper - IV

Marks 50

2

History of India: Later Medieval Period (1556 A.D. - 1761 A.D.)

Paper - V

Marks 50

3

History of India (1858 A.D. - 1950 A.D.)

Paper - VI

Marks 50

Paper - VII

Marks 100

Part II

Part III 1

Western World - Mid 15th Century to World War II

Elective English Part I 1

Writing Skills

Paper I

Marks 50

2

Poetry

Paper II

Marks 50

3

Essays & Short stories

Paper - III

Marks 50

1

Skill in Writing

Paper - IV

Marks 50

2

Poetry

Paper - V

Marks 50

3

Drama

Paper VI

Marks 50

Paper - VII

Marks 100

Part II

Part III 1

Poetry, Drama, Novel, Story Writing and Literary Terms


Education (General) Part I 1

Education and Society (I)

Paper - I

Marks 50

2

Education and Human Development (I)

Paper - II

Marks 50

3

Indian Heritage and Education (I)

Paper - III

Marks 50

Part II 1

Education and Society (II)

Paper - IV

Marks 50

2

Education and Human Development (II)

Paper - V

Marks 50

3

Indian Heritage and Education (II)

Paper - VI

Marks 50

Paper VII

Marks 100

Part III 1

Evaluation & Guidance in Education

Economics (General) Part I 1

Micro Economics (I)

Paper - I

Marks 50

2

Macro Economics (I)

Paper - II

Marks 50

3

Indian Economics (I)

Paper - III

Marks 50

Part II 1

Micro Economics (II)

Paper - IV

Marks 50

2

Macro Economics (II)

Paper - V

Marks 50

3

Indian Economics (II)

Paper - VI

Marks 50

Paper – VII

Marks 100

Part III 1

Development Economics & Elementary Statistics


Philosophy (General) Part I 1

Indian Philosophy (Part - A)

Paper - I

Marks 50

2

Western Metaphysics and Epistemology

Paper - II

Marks 50

3

Psychology

Paper - III

Marks 50

Part II 1

Indian Philosophy (Part - B)

Paper - IV

Marks 50

2

Western Logic

Paper - V

Marks 50

3

Social and Political Philosophy

Paper - VI

Marks 50

Paper - VII

Marks 100

Part III 1

Theoretical and Applied Ethics

Political Science (General) Part I 1

Political Theory

Paper - I

Marks 50

2

Comparative Constitutions and Government

Paper - II

Marks 50

3

Government and Politics in India

Paper - III

Marks 50

Part II 1

Political Theory

Paper - IV

Marks 50

2

Comparative Constitutions and Government

Paper - V

Marks 50

3

Government and Politics in India

Paper - VI

Marks 50

Paper - VII

90 Marks

Part III Contemporary Political Issues and the UNO 1

Theoretical Issues (Group A & B: 50+40)

Application Oriented Issues (Group C)

10 Marks


Psychology (General) Part I

Marks

1

Foundation of Psychology

Paper I

50

2

Physiological Psychology

Paper II

50

3

Emergence and Growth of Psychology

Paper III

50

1

Social Psychology

Paper IV

50

2

Counseling Psychology

Paper V

50

3

Statistical Methods for Psychological Testing

Paper VI

50

Paper VII

50

Part II

Part III 1

Abnormal Psychology

Suggested Subject Combinations for the Arts students (Honours + any 2 Elective Subjects) S. N.

Honours Subject

Elective I

Elective II

1

English Honours

Education/Economics

Political Science/Psychology/History/Philosophy*

2

Geography Honours

English

Education/Economics/Political Science

3

Education Honours

English

Psychology/Political Science/ Economics/History/ Philosophy

4

Psychology Honours

English

Education/Economics/Political Science

5

Political Science Honours

English

Economics/Education/Psychology/Philosophy

6

History Honours

English

Political Science/ Economics/Education

*History and Philosophy will be an option for students in Sonada as are Psychology and Geography for students at Siliguri Campus.

Department of Value Education Institutions of higher education are the cradle where the human and humane values are nurtured, inculcated and imbibed. Today there is a greater need to impart value education to the young adults to counter the culture of fragmentation and extreme individualism leading to the erosion of the basic value system. Aligning with the guidelines with the regulatory, statutory and religious educational society to which Salesian College is affiliated, the College felt the need to start the Department of Value Education from the Session 2013 – 2014.


Career Oriented Programmes (COP) (UGC Approved NBU Syllabus) The College offers Career-Oriented Programmes under the University of North Bengal. They are as follows: First Year (Certificate Course)

Second Year (Diploma Course)

Third Year (Adv. Diploma Course)

Communicative English

Communicative English

Communicative English

Computer Application

Computer Application

Computer Application

Music

Music

Music

Tourism & Travel Management

Tourism & Travel Management

Tourism & Travel Management

Sports Management

Sports Management

Sports Management

1. Computer Application (Theory & Practical)

(Certificate Course)

Paper I

: Computer Fundamentals

Paper II

: Operating Systems concepts and office tools

WORD processing & slide presentation

Paper III

: Business Data Processing

Paper IV

: Practical

(Diploma Course)

Paper VI

: Introduction to Programming using C

Paper VII

: Introduction to Desk Top Publishing

Paper VIII

: Introduction to Networking & Internet

Paper IX

: Practical (All the practical problems related to Papers VI, VII and VIII)

(Advanced Diploma Course)

Paper XI

: Introduction to Object Oriented Programming with Java

Paper XII

: Introduction to Multimedia

Paper XIII

: Introduction to Dynamic Web Page Design

Paper XIV

: Practical (Based on Papers XI, XII & XIII)

Paper XV

: Project

2. Tourism & Travel Management (Theory & Practical)

(Certificate Course)

Paper I

: Tourism Business

Paper II

: Tourism Products

Paper III

: Field Trip Report

(Diploma Course)

Paper IV

: Marketing in Tourism

Paper V

: Tourist Services Operations and Management

Paper VI

: Information, Communication and Automation

Paper VII

: On-the-Job Training


(Advanced Diploma Course)

Paper VII

: Management of Principles & Practices

Paper IX

: Strategic Tourism Management

Paper X

: Travel Agency Tour Business and Accommodation

Paper XI

: On the Job training

3. Communicative English (Theory & Practical)

(Certificate Course)

Paper I

: Phonetics

Paper II

: Remedial Grammar

Paper III

: Writing Skills

(Diploma Course)

Paper IV

: Internet

Paper V

: Conversational English

Paper VI

: Business English

(Advanced Diploma Course)

Paper VII

: Broadcasting and Telecasting

Paper VIII

: Project and on the Job training report

Paper IX

: Sector Specific English

4. Music (Theory & Practical)

(Certificate Course)

Paper I

: Rudiments and Scales

Paper II

: Rhythm and Time Signature

Paper III

: Chord Formation

(Diploma Course)

Paper IV

: Clef: Treble Bass, Alto, Tenor, Time Signature, Transposition

Paper V

: Time Signatures, Datonic scales, Writing major & minor scales

Paper VI

Formation of chords, grouping of notes.

: Chromatic scales, Naming chords, Musical ornaments,

Composing melody, Chords at Cadencial points, Voice in score.

(Advanced Diploma Course)

Paper VII

Group - A

: Western Music Theory 60, Practical: 50

Group - B

: Indian Classical Music Common for Vocal and Tabla: 100

Paper VIII

Group - A

: Western Music Theory 60, Practical: 60

Group - B

: Indian Classical Music: 125

Paper IX

Group - A

: Western Music Theory 60, Practical: 60

Group - B

: Indian Classical Music: 125


5. Sports Management

Certificate Course

Paper – I

: Organisation and Management in Sports

100 Marks

Paper - II

: Foundations of Amateur and Professional Sports

100 Marks

Paper - III

: Contemporary Issues in Sports

100 Marks

Diploma Course

Paper - IV Paper - V

: Ethics in Sports : Leadership Principles in Sports

100 Marks 100 Marks

Paper –VI

: Practical Teaching Exposure

100 Marks

Advanced Diploma Course

Paper - VII

: Advertising, Public Relation and Sponsorship in Sports

100 Marks

Paper - VIII

: Sports Facilities Planning & Management

100 Marks

Paper IX

: Project Work

100 Marks


Infrastructure


Faculty Profile Fr. (Dr.) George Thadathil, Principal Fr. (Dr.) George Thadathil is the Principal of Salesian College. He has done M.A. in Philosophy, M.Phil. in Christian Studies and Ph.D. (inter-disciplinary with ICPR) from Madras University. He is the founder Director of Salesian Research Institute and Salesian College Publications. He has authored/edited/co-edited over five books to date.

Fr. (Dr.) Nirmol Gomes, Vice-Principal, Siliguri Campus Fr. (Dr.) Nirmol Gomes is the Vice-Principal of Salesian College, Siliguri Campus. He has done M.A in Education from the Pontifical University, Rome and his Ph. D. in Education from the same University. He has also a Degree in Music to his credit from Trinity College, London.

Fr. (Dr.) Joseph Pauria, Vice-Principal, Sonada Fr. (Dr.) Joseph Pauria is the Vice-Principal of the Sonada Campus. He is an Assistant Professor and holds Ph. D. in Education. He is the Co-ordinator of the Department of Salesian Studies. He is the editor of SCSPEAKS.

Fr. (Dr.) Shaji Joseph Fr. (Dr.) Shaji Joseph is the Rector, Salesian College Sonada. He had done BA (English honours) from the University of North Bengal, Masters from Pontifical Biblical Institute Rome and Ph. D. from St. Thomas University, Angelicum, Rome.

NAAC & IQAC Fr. (Dr.) Mathew George Fr. (Dr.) Mathew George has done M.A., M.Th, M.Phil and Ph.D and he is a Research Guide of Assam Don Bosco University. He is the Bursar and Coordinator of IQAC, Salesian College.


Faculty Profile Department of Education Fr. George Chempakathinal Fr. George Chempakathinal is the Head of the Department of Education, Sonada. He has done M.A. in English and M.Ed. He is pursuing Research from Assam Don Bosco University.

Fr. K.V. James Fr. K.V. James is the Assistant Professor in the Department of Education, Sonada Campus. He has done his M.A. and M.Phil in Education. He has qualified UGC NET and has publications to his credit.

Ms. Nilima Moktan Ms. Nilima Moktan is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Education, Siliguri Campus. She has done her M. A. in Education from Visva Bharati University and is currently pursuing her Ph. D. from the same university. She has also qualified UGC NET in June, 2009.

Ms. Shradha Pradhan Ms. Shradha Pradhan is a Lecturer in the Department of Education, Sonada Campus. She has done her M.A in Education from Visva Bharati, Santiniketan.

Department of English & Communicative English

Fr. Francis Hira Gomes Fr. Francis Hira Gomes is the Head of the Department of English, Sonada Campus. He has done his M.A. in English. He is the editor of Yuva Darpan and SCSPeaks.


Faculty Profile Mr. Peter Lepcha Mr. Peter is the Head of the Department of English, Siliguri Campus. He is also the Campus Co-ordiantor of Siliguri Campus. He has done M.A in English as well as B. Ed. from the University of North Bengal. He has been one of the Editorial Assistants of Salesian Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences. He has qualified UGC NET. He is the recipient of Kartick Ch. Maiti Memorial Medal, 2005 from NBU. He is presently pursuing M. Ed.

Ms. Priyanka Das Ms. Priyanka is a lecturer in the Department of English, Siliguri Campus. She has done B.A English (Honours) from North Bengal University and M.A in English from the same University. She has also done Diploma in Communicative English from NBU. She has been one of the Editorial Assistants of Salesian Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences.

Ms. Kasturi Ghosh Kasturi Ghosh is an Assistant Professor in the Department of English, Siliguri Campus. She has done Honours in English from Loreto College, Calcutta University, Kolkata. She has done M. A. in English and M. Phil. from Jadavpur University, Kolkata.

Mrs. Bedika Rai Mrs. Bedika Rai is an Assistant Professor in the Department of English, Sonada Campus. She has done her M.A. in English from St. Joseph’s College Darjeeling. She has contributed article and is involved in the editing of college journal and the college magazine. She has also qualified UGC NET.

Mr. Vivek Mishra Mr. Vivek Mishra is a Lecturer in the Department of English, Salesian College, Sonada. He has completed M. A. from University of North Bengal.


Faculty Profile Department of History Fr. Ujjol Mondol Fr. Ujjol Mondol is presently the Dean of Studies & Head of the Department of History in Sonada Campus and Co-ordinator of Youth Services. He is an Assistant Professor in the Department of History. He has done M.A. from University of North Bengal.

Fr. Babu Joseph Fr. Babu Joseph is the Assistant Professor in Salesian College, Sonada. Presently, he is pursuing his Ph.D in Tourism from IGNOU.

Ms. Arpana Kalden Ms. Arpana Kalden is an Assistant Professor in the Dept. of History, Salesian College, Sonada. She has qualified UGC SET. Presently, she is pursuing Ph.D. from the University of North Bengal and has contributed an article in a book.

Department of Commerce and Management Mr. Pawan Prasad Mr. Pawan is the Head of the Department of Commerce, Siliguri Campus. He has done B. Com. (Honours) from North Bengal University and his M. Com. from IGNOU. His other qualifications include CA (Inter) from ICAI, PGDIBO and MBA (pursuing) from IGNOU. He has qualified UGC NET. He has been hounoured in 2001 by World Ashihara Karate, South Africa with the rank of Second Dan Black Belt in Karate.

Mr. Sandeep Singh Mr. Sandeep is the Head in the Department of Business Administration. He has done B. Com (Honours) from NBU, MBA from Biju Patnaik University of Technology (Orissa) and M.Com from Madurai Kamraj University. He is the member of Governing body of Kendriya Vidyalaya, Baikunthapur, Siliguri.


Faculty Profile Mr. Shomik Saha Mr. Shomik is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Business Administration. He has done his B. Sc. (Zoology) from NBU, MBA from Sikkim Manipal University of Health, Medical and Technological Sciences and M.Sc. in Environmental Studies from Karnataka State Open University. He is presently the Co-ordinator of Examination Committee.

Ms. Moushakhi Ray Ms. Moushakhi Ray is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Commerce, Siliguri Campus. She has done Economics (Honours) from Siliguri College, North Bengal University and M.A in Economics from Jadavpur University. She has been one of the Editorial Assistants of Salesian Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, Vol. II, No. 2 on Mountain Economy. She has qualified UGC NET.

Department of Computer Science & Application Mr. Dhirodatta Subba Mr. Dhirodatta Subba is the Head of the Department of Computer Science & Application, Siliguri Campus. He has done Mathematics (Honours) from St. Xavier’s College, Calcutta University. He has done M. Sc. in Mathematics and M. Tech. from IIT Kharagpur. He is CSIR qualified in Mathematics. He also has two IT related certifications: Certified Quality Analyst (Quality Assurance Institute, Florida, the USA) and Project Management Professional (Project Management Institute, Pennsylvania, the USA). He worked for TATA Consultancy Services for 14+ years.

Mr. Amit Ghosh Roy Mr. Amit is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science. He has done his B. Sc. and M. Sc. in Computer Science from North Bengal University. He has also done a Certificate course on Office Management and a project on D.N.A Sequence Analysis Tool. He has qualified UGC NET. He is the recipient of Kartick Ch. Maiti Memorial Gold Medal, 2010 from NBU. He is presently the Salesian College Web Administrator.

Mr. Subhajit Bose Mr. Subhajit Bose is a Lecturer in the Department of Computer Science, Siliguri Campus. He has done his BCA from IT Centre under North Bengal University and thereafter his MCA from the Department of Computer Science & Application of North Bengal University, securing 1st Class fourth position. During his graduation & post-graduation, he has worked on several projects such as website development for CCN, 4WARN GUARD – an antivirus program (http://users4. jabry.com/avguard) & Weather Forecast Verification System and Website Development for Meteorological Centre, Gangtok (http://www.imdsikkim.gov.in.).


Faculty Profile Mr. Jeewan Pradhan Mr. Jeewan Pradhan an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science, Sonada Campus. He has completed M.C.A from the Sikkim Manipal University. He is the member of Sports Board of North Bengal University. He is recently working in project Cosmic Rays Stimulation Software from Salesian research institution. His area of interest is Optimization, Fuzzy network, Software engineering and E-waste management.

Mr. John Gaurav Prasad Mr. John Gaurav Prasad is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Music, Salesian College Sonada. He has done M.C.A from Sikkim Manipal University. Besides Academic qualification he has also done Bachelor of Music (Spanish Guitar) from Rabindra Bharti University, Kolkata.

Department of Psychology

Fr. (Dr.) James C. Molekunnel Fr. James Chacko is the In-charge of the Day Shift and Head in the Department of Psychology, Siliguri Campus. He has done his M.Sc. and M. Phil in Psychology, from Bangalore University. He has completed his Ph. D. from the University of Manila.

Department of Economics Mr. Sonam Sherpa Mr. Sonam Sherpa is an Assistant Professor and Head in the Department of Economics, Sonada Campus. He has completed M.A in Economics from the University of North Bengal. He was Research Assistant for the research project ‘Development Induced Displacement in Sikkim 1975-2008’ coordinated by NESRC Guwahati. He has co-edited the college journal and has also contributed an article in the same.

Mr. Sandeep Sundas Sandeep Sundas is Assistant Professor in the Deartment of Economics. He has done honours in Economics from Siliguri College and MA in Economics from the University of North Bengal. Presently he is pursuing M. Phil. in Economics from the same university.


Faculty Profile Ms. Sudha Rai Ms. Sudha Rai is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics, Salesian College, Sonada. She has qualified UGC NET. Presently is pursuing Ph. D. from the University of North Bengal. She has also presented papers in National Seminars and has contributed articles in Journals and books.

Department of Philosophy Fr. (Dr.) Renoy Chirapanath Fr. (Dr) Renoy Chirapanath is the Head of the Department of Philosophy and the College Librarian. He has his Masters in Philosophy and Ph. D. from Salesian University, Rome. He is the IGNOU Co-ordinator. He is the Co-convener for ICPR Seminar on ‘Christian Influence on Indian Culture.’

Fr. (Dr.) Tomy Augustine Fr. Tomy Augustine is in the Department of Philosophy. He has done M.A. Philosophy (Madras University), M.A. English (NBU) and Ph.D. from Banaras Hindu University. He has qualified UGC NET. He was also an ICPR Fellow. He has many publications to his credit and presently on United Board Fellowship.

Mr. Terence Mukhia Mr. Terence Mukhia is the Campus Co-ordinator and Assistant Professor in the Department of Philosophy, Sonada Campus. He has done M. Ph. in Philosophy (Divyadan, Nashik) and M.A. in English from North Bengal University. He has also done M. Phil. from Madras University. He is pursuing Ph.D. from Assam Don Bosco University.

Department of Political Science Ms. Nisha Tamang Ms. Nisha Tamang is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science, Salesian College, Sonada. She has done her M.A. in Political Science from North Bengal University. She has qualified UGC NET/JRF and is pursuing Ph. D. from the University of North Bengal.


Faculty Profile Mr. Biju Mathew Mr. Biju Mathew is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at Salesian College, Siliguri Campus. Prior to this assignment, he taught at the Post Graduate Department of the School of International Relations and Politics, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kerala. He has done Master’s Degree from the Mahatma Gandhi University, Kerala and an M. Phil. Degree from Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi. He has also cleared the UGC NET. His areas of research include Political Theory, Indian State and Politics and Issues in International Relations. He has also worked with the print as well as the new media. He is one of the editors of the Salesian Journal of Humanities & Social Sciences.

Department of Geography

Mrs. Agnita Mondal Mrs. Agnita Mondal is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Geography, Siliguri Campus. She has completed her M.A. in Geography from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. She has qualified UGC NET in December, 2010.

Visiting Faculty: Dr. Kavita Sarkar, Ph. D. (NBU) Ms. Prerna Agarwal, MBA Ms. Niveditya Moktan, MSW, UGC NET Mr. Samar Thapa, M. Sc. (EVS) UGC NET


How to reach Salesian College


P.O. Sonada - 734 209 District - Darjeeling West Bengal, India Ph: 0354-2222147 / 9933640168 / 9800581134 P.B. No. - 73 Don Bosco Road, Siliguri - 734 001 West Bengal, India Ph: 0353-2545622 / 9002302122 e-mail: principal@salesiancollege.net website: www.salesiancollege.net


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