Institutional Governance in the College
The 12th Plan proposed a holistic plan for the development of higher education in the country by ensuring access, equity, and quality. The Plan, which recommended strategic utilization of central funds to ensure comprehensive planning at the State level recommended a new Centrally Sponsored Scheme (CSS) ‘Rashtriya Uchchatar Shiksha Abhiyan (RUSA)’.
RUSA would cover the 12th and 13th Plan Period for funding the State universities and colleges to achieve equity, access, and excellence in higher education. The allocation of funds under RUSA would be based on well-defined norms and linked to certain key academic, administrative and governance reforms in the State higher education system which currently enrolls over 96% of the students.
Board of Governors:
An institution is managed by Board of Governors (BoG) which enjoys the highest authority in the Institution. The Board of Governors of the College consisted of H.M. Hualsangi, Addl. Secretary, H&TE as the Chairperson, the Principal Dr. C. Lalremruata as the Vice Chairperson and Dr. J.V. Nunchunga as the Institutional Coordinator. Other members are the Nodal Officers – Zoramthanga (Academic Aspects), Lalbiaknii Hmar (Procurement), Lalthlamuana (Financial Aspects), B.Lalzarzova (Equity Assurance Plan), Lalhmachhuana (Civil Works and Environmental Aspects).
To monitor and evaluate the performances of various activities/committees, a Project Monitoring Unit (PMU) has been formed in the College, with the Principal Dr. C. Lalremruata as the Chairperson and Dr. J.V. Nunchunga as the Secretary. Other members include Lalngaihawma (Faculty Representative), Zohmangaiha (College Librarian), representatives of the Students’ Union and the administrative staff.