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From : Dr. HarendraNathTalukdar, Principal i/c & Secretary M.K. College, Subha. Notice It is for general information to all concerned that the college will be closed on 16-06-2018 on account of Id-Ul- Fitre. (Dr. H.N. Talukdar) Principal i/c, M.K. College, Subha


MADHYA KAMRUP COLLEGE, SUBHA Chenga, Barpeta, Assam Fees Structure for TDC First Year admission Session 2018-2019 Paid Student Free Student For Major For General For Major For General Rs. 5040/- Rs. 4920/- Rs. 100/- Rs. 100/- (Dr. H. N. Talukdar) Principal i/c, M.K. College, Subha


From- Dr. Harendra Nath Talukdar, Principal i/c & Secretary, M.K. College, Subha Notice It is for information to all concerned that online form fill up for admission of Higher Secondary First Year and TDC 1st Semester for the session 2018-19 will start from 28-05-2018. The students are required to fill up their admission forms online at www.mkcollege.ac.in. After filling up the form online, a hard copy of the same has to be submitted in the college office during the time of admission with necessary documents & admission fees. Admission will start form 10 am onward. Important Dates: Class Form Fillup date Admission date HS 1st Year 28.05.2018 to 12.06.2018 13.06.2018 TDC 1st Semester 01.06.2018 to 14.06.2018 16.06.2018 *Date of Distribution of Prospectus : 28.05.2018 (For HS), 01.06.2018 (For TDC) (Wherein application code is available) (Dr. H. N. Talukdar) Principal i/c M.K. College, Subha Date – 26.05.2018


ABOUT M.K. College

Madhya Kamrup College is one of the premier institutions of higher education for boys and girls in one of the traditionally enlightened districts of Assam. It was established on the 9th August, 1971 at Subha which is now a model village mostly inhabited by tribal people and located in the Chenga-Bahari area at the East-end of Barpeta district (formerly undivided Kamrup district of Assam). The college has been sanctioned adhoc grant vide DHE letter No-G(A)RC. 12/77/pt/209-25 Dated-Kahilipara, the 2nd Dec/77 & take over under deficit system of Grant-In-Aid w.e.f.1979 vide DHE letter no-G(A)RC/79/69 Dated Kahilipara, the 3rd June”80. The area as it is surrounded by the adjoining char areas has a very ideal location. Students from different parts of the char area have been studying here. The College has emerged as a pioneer institution with its glorious contribution in the field of education within a short span of time. It is owing to the commitment and dedication of the teaching and non-teaching staff and the perseverance of the students. The guardians of the locality have also contributed to a great extent for the growth of the institution. The selfless devotion and sacrifice of the local people have graduated this institution into a famous college of present Barpeta district and now it is standing with its head high as their cherished offspring. It is a great pleasure to note that the college has been assessed and accredited by the NAAC and awarded the 'B' grade. The strength of this institution lives in its academic achievement and healthy environment. A rural College, essentially catering to the academic needs of local youths coming mostly from agro-based, working class families, requires a very soft-careful managerial acumen in its build-up process. >> READ MORE


Message from Principal

Dr. Harendra Nath Talukdar

"The roots of education are bitter, But the fruit is sweet” Aristotle , Greek philosopher

    At the very outset, I extend my heartiest welcome to Madhya Kamrup College, the premier institution of higher education in the entire Chenga-Bahari region of Barpeta district. This college, since its inception in 1971, has paved a way for nourishing higher education especially to the unprivileged rural folk of the society, and hence, at least on this ground, it can take pride that during the last three decades of the last century till this day, it has avowedly endeavoured itself in disseminating knowledge for the benefit of the economically backward and unprivileged of our society. This is indeed no easy task, and when judged objectively, the credit goes to those noble souls who did ever dreamt of establishing an institution of higher education in this region. At this instance, I must owe to those ‘revolutionary’ souls whose unrelenting approach and indomitable spirit had worked as the receptacle for establishing this premier institution at this place. Since 1971, we have passed so many years, yet we intensely feel that there remain still many issues to be addressed for disseminating higher education in rural areas like this. Down the years, we have tried our level best for addressing these issues through our research and extension activities, and we do believe that in the upcoming years we will be able to properly recognise as well as solve those issues that most alarmingly await our most concentrated response. The world today is changing drastically with the advancement of each minute, and this changing atmosphere has obviously brought in some relevant questions to the utilitarian concepts of education, especially to the modes and mechanism of teaching, learning and evaluation. We are of course conscious of these changes, and we are labouring our level best to address those questions so that our attempts might breed constantly something positive for upgrading this institution to a Centre of Excellence in the real sense of the term.

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