B.H. College (Affiliated To Gauhati University)   An Institution With 'A' Grade As Accredited By NAAC


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Establishment: 1966-12-15
Intake Capacity: 60

Courses Offered


Total No. of Teaching Faculty: 6
Total No. of Classrooms with size in sq. meter: 04
Total No. of Laboratories with size in sq. meter: NA
No. of ICT Equipments Available: 5
No. of Books in College Library: 450
No. of Books in Departmental Library: 250
Teaching Plan for All Courses

About the Department
The economics department of the college is one of the oldest departments created in the same year as the college was founded. Since its inception, the Department of Economics has drawn a sizable number of students, and Late S.N.Das, the founder principal of the college had taken a major role in this attractiveness by taking a routine class as he belonged to economics discipline. The department always encourage students to be well versed and familiar with modern teaching learning aids. Students are motivated to contribute to societal enrichment and environmentally friendly behaviour.
Department involves in following activities:
Participation in Blood donation camp
NSS, sports activities
Essay writing & Debate competitions
Involvement in group discussions & seminars
Presentation by students on Union and State budgets every year
Students edit and publish wall Magazine (Economic Mirror) periodically.
Educational tour and visit to various research organizations and educational institutions in the country every year


The department’s endeavour is toward creating a society founded on quality education, the quest for perfection, a secular outlook and yearning for moral values.
Mission of the department is to produce an environment that
I. Produce graduate which are competitive globally.
II. Support innate potentiality and all-round development of students
III. Enables the students to take part in Nation Building.
IV. Encourage the students to contribute to the advancement of humanity.
V. Disseminate information beyond academics.
VI. Gives students a sense of the cutting -edge education and foster environmental awareness.


Mission of the department is to produce an environment that
I. Produce graduate which are competitive globally.
II. Support innate potentiality and all-round development of students
III. Enables the students to take part in Nation Building.
IV. Encourage the students to contribute to the advancement of humanity.
V. Disseminate information beyond academics.
VI. Gives students a sense of the cutting -edge education and foster environmental awareness.


Program Outcome
“Program Outcomes are statements that describe what students are expected to know and able to perform or attain by the time of graduation. These relate to the skills, knowledge, and behavior that students acquire through the programme.” (EAC Manual 2007). Program outcome may be set as follows:
• Knowledge of the subject
• Ability to analyze problems
• Designing new theories or formulating new ideas
• Investigating into real life issues
• Application of modern tools and theories
• Application of knowledge for the development of the society
• Environmental sustainability
• Human values and Ethics
• Individuality and team work/personality development
• Communication Skill
• Life Long Learning/Life skill education
• Plus a minimum of two and a maximum of 4 Program outcomes (These are the Program Specific Outcomes)
Accordingly, we can define the program outcomes of a program as under:
Name of the Program: B.A./ B.Sc in Economics

Table 3: Program Outcome of B.A./ B.Sc in Economics

POs Description
PO 1 Develop competence and adaptability of the students to face global competition
PO2 Ability to undertake problem identification, formulation and solution;
PO3 Demonstrate the ability to act with informed awareness of concerns, care about equity in national development, and engage in civic life through volunteering.
PO4 Contributing towards formation of human values and ethics
understanding of professional and ethical responsibilities and commitment to them;
PO5 Providing with the knowledge of environmental sustainability
PO6 Develop the capacity for independent, lifelong learning in the context of socio-technical transformations.
PO7 Develop effective communication skill and personality development
PO8 Contributing toward social capital formation
PO9 Develop critical thinking power of the student to handle real life problems
PO10 Development of leadership quality


Program Specific Outcomes
• At least two and a maximum of four (Decided by the Department)
Program Specific Outcome
• Development of Entrepreneurial skill among students
• Knowledge of economic and best use of resources.
• Promotion of self study which enhance the ability to observe accurately and objectively.


In order to identify course outcome, course objectives are addressed keeping in mind different levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy. Thus course outcomes are as under:
Paper: ECO-HC-1016: Introductory Microeconomics. The course outcomes are as follows:
CO1 Remember Definition of economics, Economic theories, conditions for optimization,
CO2 Understand Applications of economic laws, market structures
CO3 Apply To enable students to develop real life economic model
CO4 Analyze Use of theoretical knowledge to analyse consumers /producers behaviour
CO5 Evaluate Select appropriate technique for project evaluation/BCA/Shut down costs etc
CO6 Create Develop new models, Convert real life problems to some economic models and accordingly solve it.


Continuous Internal Evaluation (CIE): As an affiliated institution of Gauhati University, evaluation norms of the university are followed by the departments. The university has adopted major reform in evaluation by introducing Credit based grading system from the academic year 2016-17 and the institute has adopted the same. The college has adopted a method of assessing the academic performance of the students on a continuous basis. Continuous assessment in theory subjects:
There shall be 20% marks for internal assessment and 80% marks for end semester examinations.
For internal assessment, the department stipulated the following components as per the guideline of the parent university:
i) Sessional Examinations
ii) Home Assignments/Seminar/Group Discussion
iii) Class Attendance
iv) Laboratory Practical and field work wherever necessary.
The department follows the University\'s guidelines for the aforementioned fixed components, but in addition, as a reformative measure to strengthen the internal assessment and evaluation process, it has established or added the following new components/parameters at its own level.
i) MCQ based Exams
ii) Quiz programme on the respective course
iii) Class tests/on the-spot tests and oral tests.
iv) Viva-voce for Project works.
v) Micro Teaching
vi) Self-assessment by group of students (one group assessing the performance of another group).
vi) Setting of sessional examination question papers following the pattern of end semester examination to the extent possible.

ID Class Session No. of Students
106TDC 3rd Year (5th and 6th sem) Major2022-202343
105TDC 2nd Year (3rd and 4th sem) Major2022-202346
104TDC 1st Year (1st and 2nd sem) Major2022-202362
103TDC 3rd Year (5th and 6th sem) Major2021-202239
102TDC 2nd Year (3rd and 4th sem) Major2021-202244
101TDC 1st Year (1st and 2nd sem) Major2021-202249
100TDC 3rd Year (5th and 6th sem) Major2020-202164
99TDC 2nd Year (3rd and 4th sem) Major2020-202139
98TDC 1st Year (1st and 2nd sem) Major2020-202150
97TDC 3rd Year (5th and 6th sem) Major2019-202048
96TDC 2nd Year (3rd and 4th sem) Major2019-202065
95TDC 1st Year (1st and 2nd sem) Major2019-202052
94TDC 3rd Year (5th and 6th sem) Major2018-201948
93TDC 2nd Year (3rd and 4th sem) Major2018-201950
92TDC 1st Year (1st and 2nd sem) Major2018-201971

ID Year/Batch Course Total Admitted Total Appeared Total Pass Percentage of Pass Total Dropout

ID Student Progression No. of Students

ID Year Semester Classes Alloted Classes Held No. of Beneficiaries
ID Date Title Description File
902023-03-06Special Talk on Sustsinable AgricultureA Special talk is organised today (06/03/23) by the Department of Economics. The topic was Sustainable agriculture and the lecture was delivered by Prof. Pranab Ch. Debnath, Asstt. Professor, Deptt of Zoology. He highlighted various issues of sustainibility, sustainable development and sustainable agriculture. Students were highly impressed and found new ideas through his enlightening speech. View Files
732022-08-16Faculty exchange programmeDr. Padma Sarkar took UG classes in GLC College and Mrs. Piyali Ghosh of GLC College took classes in our college as part of faculty exchange programe. View Files
712022-12-16Wall magazine of Economics departmentA Wall magazine reflects the ideas or creativities generated by the students. The wall magazine of Economics department is nicely created by the students of Economics department. It includes various topics concentrating on the theme Aatmanirbhar Bharat View Files
692021-09-06Departmental E magazine 2nd editionEXPLORING THE DIMAL SCIENCE 2nd Edition View Files
632020-06-06DEPARTMENTAL E MAGAZINEExploring the Dismal Science View Files
292022-11-30field visitvisited nearby villages View Files
282022-10-12Gardeningstudents work in garden of bhc View Files
232022-10-14General Meeting of Economic ForumGeneral meeting of economic forum of the Department of Economics View Files
62022-09-29MCQ based examMCQ based exam for 1st sem (UG) students held on 29/09/2022 View Files

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