FACILITIES

All the departments of the college have their own departmental library from which students can borrow books complying with the rules laid down by the concerned department.


The college has been equipped with two audio-visual digital class rooms with all modern teaching facilities.


With the financial support from University Grant Commission, departmental Laboratories are set up with all modern equipments and amenities. For the convenience of the students, laboratories are connected with digital generator for uninterrupted power supply.


Jawarharlal Nehru College has established an Institutional Biotech-Hub in January, 2011 with well equipped laboratory and infrastructural facilities for teaching-learning and carrying out research in the field of Biology/Biotechnology. It was sponsored by DBT Govt. of India and implemented by North Eastern Region, Biotechnology Programme Management Centre (NER-BPMC), through Biotechnology Consortium India Limited (BCIL). After regular monitoring based on performance the DBT has promoted to the Biotech Hub in the session 2016-17 with additional equipment and manpower grant.


Departments of Anthropology, Botany and Zoology have been maintaining departmental museums with a good number of precious collections of material culture and specimens.


The college has set up a Network Resource Centre with Internet facilities for teacher and students.


The college has a computer laboratory in collaboration with NIELIT, Guwahati, under Department of Electronics & Informa-tion Technology, Ministry of Communication and Information Technology, Govt. of India to extend IT facility for the college fraternity.


The college has a well equipped Language Laboratory under the Department of English for the development of the language skills of students as well as teachers.


To facilitate advance research activities in Geo informatics and other disciplines, the college is equipped with a G.I.S laboratory for academic and research purposes.


A sophisticated digital weather station is set up in the college to assist the students, teachers and researchers with necessary weather data pertaining to the locality.


The college has been providing the following facilities to facilitate sports activities among students, teachers and other beneficiaries-
Mini outdoor stadium, Indoor Stadium with synthetic two badminton courts along with facilities for Table Tennis, Gymnasium Hall, Synthetic Volleyball Court, Swimming Pool and Play Ground.


The college has an auditorium cum community hall to carrying out cultural events, meetings and different college activities which has a seat capacity of nearly 1,000 people.


The college has a well equipped smart class room cum conference hall for the use of students and teachers and the stakeholders.


The college has provided separate Girls and Boys Common Room for recreation with adequate space having indoor games facilities.


The college has a common room cum Conference Hall for teachers equipped with indoor games and recreational facilities.


The College has taken utmost care to provide pure drinking water within the college premises. In addition, the college has also installed a cold drinking water system for the students.


The College is equipped with two 35 KVA generators for the purpose of providing uninterrupted power supply for smooth management of the college activities.


J. N. College Science Forum was established with an aim to promote the scientific empowerment among the rural people and young generations of greater Boko area and to create awareness and interest on basic science. The Forum in collaboration with some other agencies arranges popular talk, exhibition, health campaign, environmental awareness pro-gramme etc. at a regular interval.


Aryabhatta Science Centre of Boko Block was established under the Department of Physics which is catalysed by ASTEC, Govt. of Assam and funded by Department of Science and Technology Govt. of India. The activities of the centre are taken up in the interior parts of the Boko Development Block to create awareness of science education among students at secondary level through the practice of "learning by doing" method and thereby promote scientific temperament among rural masses and consequently avail benefits of Science and Technology in their day to day life. Students are encouraged to take up activity based programmes and there by facilitating them to participate in national level Science and Technology programmes.



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