SINCE 1949

DEBRAJ ROY COLLEGE
Accredited by NAAC with A Grade in 2011
About The Department

The faculty as a separate discipline was introduced from the very beginning, i.e. from 1960. Distinguished teachers adorned the faculty of Physics from time to time. Presently the department of Physics has 6 full time teachers - Three Selection Grade, two Senior Lecturer. and one Lecturer. The academic condition in terms of quality and learning transfer process is healthy and adequate. All the teachers of the department are sincerely engaged in scholarly pursuits.

Learning Resources

The department has full fledged departmental library and computer along with various research standard laboratories for practical as well as theory classes.

Future Plan of Action

• Organising workshops

Facilities available in the department

• Well equiped physics laboratory
• Specialised Nano-technology lab and Sprectroscopy lab
• Digital projection facility for class
• Computers with wi-fi connectivity for both theory and practical classes.
• Full fledged departmental library


Dr. U. McFarlane
MSc, PhD
Associate Prof


Dr. M.N. Borah
MSc, PhD
Associate Prof (HOD)


Dr. A.K. Sarma
MSc, PhD
Associate Prof


B.J. Baruah
MSc
Assistant Prof


Dr. U. Jamil
MSc, PhD
Assistant Prof


Dr. Pawan Chetri
MSc,PhD
Asstt. Prof

INFO
Circuit House Road,
Golaghat, Assam, India.Pin-785621

Telephone: 03774-285607, 284482

Fax: 03774-285607

E-mail: principal@drcollege.ac.in

E-mail: drcollege49@gmail.com
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HISTORY
The college provides an excellent opportunity for interaction among students coming from various ethnic and linguistic background. College has accredited with "A" Grade by NAAC, and selected by UGC as Centre with Potential Excellence.Debraj Roy College came into being in the wake of independence of the country around 1949. In the post independence period here was a seething atmosphere of great joy and excitement all over the country and this tempo was also felt in an isolated and sleepy town at Golaghat.