कक्राझार सोरखारी फरायसालिमा
KOKRAJHAR GOVT. COLLEGE
Estd. 1959, Affiliated to Gauhati University
Department of Botany

The Department of Botany is one of the prominent departments of the college. The department is a pioneer in imparting Science Education in the concerned area. The department introduced Botany General course in 1972 and the Major course was started from the year 1993 under Gauhati University.

Mission:-

  • Impart Scientific knowledge on plants.
  • Ignite the mind of students to explore flora.
  • Develop skills and generate ideas of research.
  • Prepare the students to compete in this competitive world.
Courses offered
H.S.Level(i) Biology (Botany)--------
Degree level(i) Major CourseIntake Capacity- 25
(ii) Elective CourseIntake Capacity- 25
Laboratory Facility

The department of Botany has modern laboratory facilities to carry out all the major practical classes. Some of the equipments available are: Binocular Microscope, Department are B.O.D. Incubator, Laminar air flow bench, Bacteriological Incubator, Double Distillation Plant, Hot Air Oven, Digital Electronic Balance, Colorimeter, centrifuge, Soil testing kit, Digital pH meter, etc. The students are given free hand to handle the equipments with proper assistance by the teachers.

Classroom and Library Facility

Classrooms equipped with LCD projector and Microphone system. There is a departmental library comprising of over 500 books and references which are issued to the students.
The Department follows a sincere and systematic teaching procedure with modern aids such as audio-visual methods, microphone system, computer power point methods etc. to make the procedure of teaching a student friendly one.

Faculty Member
Sl. No.NameDesignationSpecialization
1Mrs. Rajashree NathHoD & Associate ProfessorPlant Taxonomy
2Mr. Hiralal ChoudhuryAssociate ProfessorPlant Physiology
3Mr. Dhanajoy NarzaryAsst. ProfessorPlant Ecology
4Mr. Bhisma Narayan SwargiariAsst. ProfessorMicrobiology
5Mr. Hwiyang NarzaryGuest LecturerBioresource & Environmental Biology