Higher Secondary

Science Stream

Compulsory Subjects

a) English b) Physics c) Chemistry

Elective Subjects (Any Two or Three):

a) Alt. English b) Biology  c) Mathematics d) Computer Science e) Informatics Practices

Arts Stream

Compulsory Subjects

a) English

Elective Subject (Any Four or Five)

(a) Alt. English (b) History (c) Political Science (d) Education (e) Economics (f) Computer Science (g) Informatics Practices

Internally assesses subjects:

(a) Environmental Education (b) Work & Art Education (c) Physical and Health Education


Bachelor of Science (B.Sc)

Three Year Degree Course
Consisting of 6 Semesters

Compulsory Subjects

  • a) English
  • Elective Subject (Any Three)
  • (a) Chemistry (b) Botany (c) Zoology (d) Geology

Honours (Only One):

  • (a) Botany (b) Chemistry (c) Zoology (d) Geology

Bachelor of Arts (B.A)

Three Year Degree Course
Consisting of 6 Semesters

Compulsory Subjects:

  • a) English (b) Alternative English
  • Elective Subject (Any Three except English Honours *)
  • (a) History (b) Political Science (c) Education (d) Economics


  •  (a) English (b) History (c) Political Science (d) Education (e) Economics
  • * In case of English Honours only two elective subjects are to be opted




  • Science stream :

Admission is given strictly on merit basis for those students who have passed HSLC
or equivalent examination according to the criteria set by the NBSE and the College

  • Arts stream :

Admission is given to those students who have passed HSLC or equivalent exams


Admission into first semester course shall be given to those who have cleared their HSSLC or equivalent exam

*Honours course will be offered strictly on merit basis and one should have secured a minimum of 45% in
the concerned subject in their higher secondary or equivalent examination. Interview shall be conducted if necessary.

Admission Procedure

Application Form obtained shall be submitted on the date notified after being duly filled up.
The following documents are to be attached along with the Application Form:-

  • Attested photocopy of admit card of previous examination – (2 copies)
  • Attested photocopy of mark sheet of previous examination(s) passed- (2 copies)
  • Attested photocopy of SC/ST/OBC certificate – (1 copy)
  • CR schooling history Book – (Original)
  • Attested photocopy of Registration Card (if already possessed) – (2 copies)
  • Three recent passport size photographs, signed on the backside by the candidate
    (One should be properly affixed in Application Form)
  • Students passing out from a board other than NBSE must produce Migration Certificate
    (One should be properly affixed in Application Form)
  • The candidate must produce Original Mark sheet and Admit Card of the last examination and
    ST/SC/OBC Certificate for verification. Admission shall not be given to those who fail to produce
    these documents at the time of admission.


  • Candidates selected and those in waiting list shall be displayed in the college notice board
  • Gap Certificate should be produced for students seeking admission after a gap of one or more
    years, from the institute last attended or from a gazetted officer personally known to him/her
  • Any student failing to turn up on the specified date(s) and time shall forfeit his/her claim for admission
  • The Admission Committee does the selection of candidates for admission to the college
    The Admission Committee’s decision is final and binding
  • Parents should accompany the applicant at the time of the admission


* Amounts (Fees) mentioned below are in Indian Rupees (INR) 




B.A. 1st Semester (Pass Course)

₹ 8500/-

₹ 850/-

B.A. 1st Semester (Honours)

₹ 8500/-

₹ 900/-

B.A. 3rd & 5th Semester (Pass Course)

₹ 7500 /-

₹ 850/-

B.A. 3rd & 5th Semester (Honours)

₹ 7500/-

₹ 900/-

B.Sc. 1st Semester (Pass Course)

₹ 12500/-

₹ 900/-

B. Sc. 1st Semester (Honours)

₹ 13500/-

₹ 950/-

B.Sc. 3rd & 5th Semester (Pass Course)

₹ 11200/-

₹ 900/-

B.Sc. 3rd & 5th Semester (Honours)

₹ 12200/-

₹ 950/-

Class XI (Arts)

₹ 11100/-

₹ 850/-

Class XI (Arts) with Computer Science/Informatics Practices

₹ 13600/-

₹ 850/-

Class XI (Science)

₹ 19600/-

₹ 900/-

Class XI (Science) with Computer Science/Informatics Practices

₹ 22100/-

₹ 900/-

Rules and Regulations Governing the Students

  • There shall not be any social gathering, private trips, tribal meetings, programmes etc. in the college without prior permission of the principal.
  • Consumption of Alcohol, Drugs, Gutka, Pan Masala etc. are banned inside the college campus. Defaulter/s shall be imposed severe penalty, even leading to the extent of expulsion from the college.
  • Spitting inside the college campus, on the wall, stairs, floor, etc. is strictly prohibited. Defaulters shall be punished severely.
  • Students resorting to malpractices and disturbances in any exams will be severely dealt with disciplinary action.
  • Every student must use English language only inside the campus and should maintain unity and friendship amongst themselves.
  • Students indulging in immoral activities, using of intoxicants, creating violent atmosphere, causing damages to the college’s property, malpractices, etc. will face disciplinary action and are liable for expulsion.
  • Students should take note of the instructions displayed on the Notice Board from time to time and observe the directives mentioned in them. The college will not be responsible, if any student has to suffer any loss because of his/her no paying attention to the notice board.
  • It is the responsibility of every student to make successful of the various activities/functions, held in the college. Participation of the student is a must in all the activities and functions.
  • Every student must possess the college identity card with his/her recent photograph affixed in it bearing the principal’s signature. He /she must produce the Identity card in the college premises on demand. In case of loss of the Identity card, the student must report and apply for a duplicate immediately.
  • Collection of money or donation in any form, selling of any items and advertisement shall not be permitted without proper permission from the concerned authority and the college authority.
  • No boys will be allowed to sport long hair, earrings, bracelets or necklace.
  • In case of any kind of grievances and problems faced by the students, it should be reported to the college authority immediately.
  • Ragging in any form is prohibited and any student (s) found guilty of committing the offence, shall be dealt strictly as per Supreme Court of India directives.
  • The Principal reserves the right to make any changes in the rules and to frame new rules from time to time as per circumstances and all such rules shall be binding to the student.

Rules and Withdrawal and Transfer

  • Following withdrawal from the college after admission, one cannot claim for refund of fees of any kind except the refundable fees deposited into the college account at the time of admission.
  • The college authority reserves the right of issuing withdrawal/transfer to any student if his/her conduct and performance are not satisfactory or are harmful to others.
  • Transfer certificate shall be issued after all dues and liabilities are cleared by the student.
  • Refundable fees can be withdrawn only at the end of session.



  • The college follows the rules and conditions laid down by the Board/University to pass the respective exams and are binding to the students. No complaints will be entertained in this matter.
    • Internal Exam: The College conducts monthly internal test, which are taken into account during promotion and selection exam.
    • Terminal Exam: The College conducts one terminal exam in addition to promotion and selection exams in one academic session.
    • End Semester Examinations of B.A. / B.Sc. 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 5th semester are conducted by the University and assessed internally.
    • The Promotion exam of Class XI (Arts & Science).


  • The Final exam of class XII (Arts & Science) are conducted and assessed by the NBSE.
  • The End Semester Examination of B.A. / B.Sc. 4th and 6th semester are conducted and assessed by the Nagaland University.

College Uniforms

  • Students must wear uniform on all weekdays except on certain days as notified by the college.
  • The colour and design of the uniform shall be as prescribed by the college.



  • To make quality the defining element of higher education in India through a combination of self and external quality evaluation, promotion and sustenance initiatives.


  • To arrange for periodic assessment and accreditation of institutions of higher education or units thereof, or specific academic programmes or projects;
  • To stimulate the academic environment for promotion of quality of teaching-learning and research in higher education institutions;
  • To encourage self-evaluation, accountability, autonomy and innovations in higher education;
  • To undertake quality-related research studies, consultancy and training programmes, and
  • To collaborate with other stakeholders of higher education for quality evaluation, promotion and sustenance.

Value Framework

  • To promote the following core values among the HEIs of the country:
  • Contributing to National Development
  • Fostering Global Competencies among Students
  • Inculcating a Value Sysstem among Students
  • Promoting the Use of Technology
  • Quest for Excellence


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