Gobinda Prasad Mahavidyalaya
Affiliated to Bankura University

Course Outcome


Year of Establishment: General- 1985, Honours- 2000

Name of Programmes/Courses offered: UG (General and Honours)

Faculty profile:


SL Name Designation Contact No Image
1 Prof. Parimal Saren ASSISTANT PROFESSOR 7063699270 View Profile
2 Prof. Sweety Roy Assistant Professor 9474544693 View Profile
3 Prof. Sarbani Bera Assistant Professor 8910816501 View Profile
4 Prof. Satabdi Roy SACT 7001757351 View Profile
5 Prof. Biswajit Mallik SACT 8972868130 View Profile
6 Prof. Medha Misra SACT 8388809417 View Profile



Qualification of teaching faculty with D.Sc./ D.Litt./Ph.D./M.Phil/PG.: 4

Number of faculty with ongoing project from National and International funding agencies and grants received : Nil

Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc. and total grants received: No

Research Centre/ facility recognized by the University: NA

Publications (2010-2016)


Name of faculty Mr. Amit Kumar
Assistant Prof.
Mrs. Chayanika Roy Assistant Prof. Mr. Parimal Saren Assistant Prof. Ms. Sunetra Bhattacharya
Guest Faculty
Ms. Sunanda Roy
Guest Faculty
Number of paper published in peer reviewed international journals 03
Number of paper published in peer reviewed national journals with ISSN number 01
Chapter in Books 02
Books with ISBN/ISSN number with details of publishers.
Paper presentation in national/international seminars 02
Seminar Attended both State/National/International 06 02 01


Details of Paper/Book published and presented and the abstracts:

Papers published by Mrs. Chayanika Roy
i)Participated and contributed a paper entitled “A study in the Poetry of Rabindranath Tagore and Emily Dickinson” in the National Level Seminar in Gobinda Prasad Mahavidyalaya, Amarkanan on “Sardha Satabarshe Rabindranath” on 2nd and 3 rd February, 2011.(ISBN 978-93-80755-11-3)
ii)Participated and contributed a paper entitled “Retracing Myth/Folklore of Imaginative India” in UGC Sponsored National conference in Netaji Subhas Ashram Mahavidyalaya, Suisa, Purulia on “Folk Culture” on 20th March, 2015
iii) Published Paper entitled “Immigrant Motherhood in Jhumpa Lahiri’s Novel The Namesake” in an International Multidisciplinary journal, MS ACADEMIC dated July, 2011 (ISSN 2229-6484)
iii) Published Paper entitled “The Vicious Circle: The Projection of Feminine Self in Kunzang Choden’s The Circle of Karma” in a multidisciplinary and multilingual journal, Wisdom and Himalayan Culture dated March, 2014.(ISSN 2347-8535)
iv)Published Paper entitled “Lawrentian Venture into the Woman: Relations Unveiled” in an International Journal, Eduved dated September, 2014. (ISSN 2349-5480).
v)Published Paper entitled “Anita Nair’s The Ladies Coupe : An Enroute to Feminine Consciousness” in an International,refereed e- journal in English called The Creative Launcher.(ISSN 2455- 6580)
vi) Participated in and organized Departmental Seminars for English Department.
Local level seminar attended by Sunetra Bhattacharya
Participated in local seminar organized by the Departments of Bengali, Sanskrit and English on “Different aspects of literature: Bengali, Sanskrit and English” BY Jamini Roy College, Beliatore, Bankura

Other Courses
Mrs Chayanika Roy had done
1) Orientation Programme under UGC-ASC-BU- 2013
2) Refresher Course under UGC-ASC-BU- 2015

Areas of consultancy and income generated:No

Faculty as members in National Committees ,International Committees and Editorial Boards: No


Students projects
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter departmental/ programme: NA
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the institution i.e. in Research laboratories/ Industry/other agencies:
Not a part of curriculum of the Affiliating University, BU.

Awards/Recognitions received by faculty and students:

    • Teachers:

i) Mrs. Chayanika Roy was awarded National Scholarship/ Special stipend amounting to Rs. 3120.00for Merit position in B.A, English Honours Examination, 2002, from Government of West Bengal, Education Directorate, Calcutta-700091.

    • Student:

i) Satabdi Roy for securing the 1st Position in B.A. English Honours under Burdwan University in the year 2014.
ii) Buddhadeb Paramanik,III year B.A. in English Honours, stood 1st in the State Level Essay Competition on 1st August, 2014.

List of eminent academicians and scientists/ visitors to the department: No

Seminars/ Conference/ Workshops organized and the source of funding National and International: No

Student profile programme/course wise:


Name of the
Application received Selected Enrolled
*M *F
B.A. 1st year General


353 13






B.A 2nd Year General


NA 07






B.A 3rd Year General


NA 6






*M= Male F= Female



Pass Percentage (Part III) 2013 2014 2015 2016
Male 50% 100% 20% 67%
Female 67% 43% 50% 70.6%
Total 54.5% 55.5% 40% 69.2%


Diversity of Students:


Name of the Course % of students from the same state % of students from the other states % of students from abroad
B.A. (General) 100 Nil Nil
B.A. (Honours) 100 Nil Nil


How many students have cleared national and state competitive examinations such as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil Services, Defense Services, etc.
There is no mechanism to know the exact number of such students but a few of them have qualified the NET/ SLET exam.

Student progression (UG to PG to M.Phil. to Ph.D. to Post Doctoral, Campus selection/ Entrepreneurship/ Self-employment): There is no mechanism to track the students. There is no campus recruitment facility.


Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library: College Library, Departmental Library
b) Internet facilities for Staff and Students: Common access for all users
c) Class rooms with ICT facility: Common with other departments
d) Laboratories: Language Lab


Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university, government or other agencies: All the eligible SC, ST students receives stipend and Kanyashree for the girls. There is a system of full fee and half fee, common to all departments.


Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures/ workshop/ seminar) with external experts: Departmental Seminars held.


Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning:

  • Lecture methods, interactive method, group discussions among students.
  • Question and answering session.
  • Twice a week, ask any students to prepare a topic and give a presentation in the class.
  • The students are encouraged to take weekly tests.
  • To develop writing skill students are encouraged to write poems, short stories and articles.

Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and extension activities:
Students generally participate in college lectures, debates, quiz programmes in large numbers. They attend awareness programmes such as blood donation camps and donate enthusiastically. Joining in NSS, they take part in Red Ribbon Club.


SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans:

  • Strengths:
    1. Good relation among the students and teachers.
    2. Cooperative attitude among the students are admirable.
    3. Good understanding and coordination among the teachers.
    4. Enthusiasm of the students to attend classes.
  • Weaknesses:
    1. Paucity of teaching faculty.
    2. Journals and reference books are not adequate.
  • Opportunities:
    1. Separate classrooms for Honours courses are available.
    2. Language Laboratory is there and we should make proper use of it for learning the foreign language.
  • Challenges:
    1. To give them knowledge beyond the syllabus and encourage in Interdisciplinary learning.
    2. To develop their acumen in Communicative English as most of them are from Bengali background.
  • Future Plans:
    1. Arranging Departmental seminar about “Feminism in Diaspora”
    2. Publication of Departmental Journal.
    3. To avail the smart class room facility for the students.
    4. To organize a workshop on Communicative English.
    5. To do a minor research project.
    6. To encourage the students to engage themselves more and more in spoken English trainings and classes.