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United College, Chandel, Manipur
Address:Lambung
Chandel
Manipur, India



United College, Chandel Manipur is a recognised institute / college. Status: Government College.
United College is situated in Chandel of Manipur state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com.


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United College, Chandel Manipur runs course(s) in Degree stream(s).


Approval details: United College is affiliated with Manipur University, Imphal (Manipur)



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NAAC report of United College

SECTION I: INTRODUCTION
The college volunteered to be assessed by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) and submitted its Self Study Report (SSR) to the NAAC on 30th September 2005. The NAAC constituted a Peer Team consisting of Professor A.C. Bhagabati, Former Vice-Chancellor, Arunachal University as the Chairperson, along with Dr. R.K. Das, Former Principal, B.H. College, Howly, Assam, and Mrs. M.M. Marwein, Director, College Development Council, North Eastern Hill University, Shillong, as Members, to visit the college and validate the SSR. Dr. Jagannath Patil, Deputy Adviser from NAAC, Bangalore acted as the Coordinator. The Peer Team visited the college during July 17-18, 2006.

The United College, located at Lambung in the district head-quarters town of Chandel in Chandel District of Manipur, is an under-graduate college which also has a +2/Higher Secondary (former Pre-University) section. It was established as a private college through local people's initiative and efforts on 18th February 1980 to impart instructions, initially, at the Pre-University level (Arts stream). The college received temporary affiliation of Manipur University in March 1987 for the Pre-University course in Arts. It was also recognised as a 'Govt.-Aided college' by the Govt. of Manipur in March 1987. B.A. General course was started in 1987-88 and Honours course in 1988-89. Permanent affiliation of Manipur University (then a State University) was obtained in July 1995. The college received recognition under Sections 2(f) and 12-B of the U.G.C. in November 1995. The Govt. of Manipur took over the college as 'government college' with effect from 1st June 1996. The B.Sc. course in seven subjects (Botany, Zoology, Anthropology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics and Geology) was started in 1992-1993.
United College is the only government Degree College in Chandel District, which is one of the five hill districts of Manipur, predominantly inhabited by tribal communities of various ethnic affiliations.

The college is located at a distance of about 80 km south-east of the State capital, Imphal, by National Highway No. 39 up to Pallel (60 km) and then by the State P.W.D. road (20 km) to Chandel, the district head-quarters town.

The college is situated in a rural setting about 1½ km to the east of the main bazaar with a campus area of 13.52 acres donated by Lambung village. The campus is surrounded by pine-clad low hills and skirted by a river called the Chakpi.

The United college was established to provide facilities of higher education to the boys and girls of Chandel District most of whom belong to economically backward tribal communities and who are thus unable to afford the cost of collegiate education elsewhere. Beginning as a Pre-University level institution in 1980 (the college celebrated its Silver Jubilee on 18th February 2005), the college has made gradual progress by introducing degree courses in six arts and seven science subjects including Honours in History, Economics, Political Science, Education and English in Arts and Zoology, Botany and Anthropology in Science. Honours course is yet to be started in the remaining five subjects (Manipuri, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Geology). The students can thus opt for B.A./ B.Sc. General Course or B.A./ B.Sc. Honours course in certain subjects at the time of admission in the 1st year of the three year course. There are no self-financing or professional courses. Sericulture, a vocational subject, was introduced in 1998-99 with U.G.C. assistance. Though prevision exists for enrolment of students of B.Sc. General Course in this vocational subject, it has not yet become operational.

The students enrolled at present (2005-06) at UG level are 442 (male: 230 and female: 212). The general composition of the students reveals that the college has on its rolls 420 students from Scheduled Tribe category, and 8 from Scheduled Caste category. Nearly all the students are from the surrounding areas, mainly from within Chandel District itself. Only 3 students are from outside the State.

As per Manipur University pattern, the Government of Manipur sanctioned (in July 1996) 4 to 5 posts of lecturers per subject. The tally of sanctioned posts thus comes to 62, besides the Principal. However, as on 17.6.2006, there are only 43 regular teachers (female: 5, male : 38) against the sanctioned strength and 6 part-time teachers (female : 1, male : 5). Out of 43 lecturers, 3 are Ph.D degree-holders while 8 others possess M.Phill degree. The remainder are M.A./M.Sc. degree-holders. While most of the first lot of eligible teachers recruited by the Governing Body had their services regularized as Govt. employees by a notification dated 5th November 1996 all subsequent positions are to be filled by Education Department of the Govt. of Manipur by transfer or appointment through the Manipur Public Service Commission. The college thus has no role now in teacher selection or appointment. All the teachers belong to Manipur of whom about 43% belong to Scheduled Tribe category. The number of non-teaching staff in the college at present is 33 (female: 10, male: 23).

The temporal plan for academic work is annual. The overall unit cost of education per student is Rs. 39,361.00 including salary component. In addition to some books kept in the departments, the college also has a central library with a collection of about 6,500 books, including 500 reference books. The library subscribes to some journals and periodicals. As for sports facility, the college has one each of basketball, football and volleyball courts, and 2 hostels for boys and girls. The college also has a vehicle parking shed and a grievance redressal cell for students. The college has 5 computers in all, but there is no computer centre.

In 2004-05 academic session, 507 students appeared in the final examination of whom 429 (84.6%) passed, including 7 who secured first class in various honours subjects.

There are no ongoing research projects in any department. Proposals have been sent by a few teachers to various funding agencies. The three teachers with Ph.D degrees have completed their work while in service during the last five years.

The college has 210 working days on the average of which 180 are teaching days. The library remains open on all working days.

An Alumni Association was formed in 2001. It is yet to be registered. Among the Alumni, several are engaged in different spheres of activities as school and college teachers, JCO (Indian Army), Civil Engineer, mission and theological work, Doctor (M.B.B.S.), Veterinary Doctor, Nurses, Dy. Commandant (CRPF), Govt. and Banking jobs, and so on.

The college is a state Govt.-funded institution. During 2004-05, the college received non-plan grant of Rs.1.30 crore for payment of staff salary and another 12.05 Lac for maintenance of college infrastructure from the State Govt. Admission and tuition fees from students added another Rs.11.30 Lac to the college coffer. Another amount of 2.65 Lac was received as part of U.G.C. 10th Plan allocation for books and equipments. The total financial outlay thus stood at Rs.1.56 crore during 2004-05.

The Peer Team constituted by the NAAC carefully perused and analysed the SSR submitted by the college, individually as well as jointly in an extended pre-visit meeting at Imphal, Manipur, on 16th July evening. During the visit to the college on 17-18th July, 2006, the Team went through all the relevant documents and also interacted in depth with all the stakeholders - Principal, teachers, students, non-teaching employees, parents and alumni - and visited various departments, support services, hostels, sports and recreational facilities, etc., to validate the SSR. Based on the above, the following observations are made by Peer Team as per criteria laid down in the assessment framework.

SECTION II: CRITERION-WISE ANALYSIS
Criterion I : CURRICULAR ASPECTS
The college has B.A. and B.Sc., General and Honours Courses of three years' duration. The syllabi for the courses and curricular design are formulated by Manipur University (now a Central University) to which the college is affiliated. The programmes are conventional in nature. The college offers B.A. honours course in five subjects, namely, Political Science, History, Education, Economics, Manipuri and English. A student opting for honours course in any of the subjects has to choose a subsidiary subject in addition to Foundation Course and Alternative English / MIL (Manipuri) which are compulsory. For B.A. general course, a student has to choose two of the elective subjects besides Foundation Course and Alternative English /MIL (Manipuri) which are compulsory. In the science stream, honours can be offered in three subjects, viz., Botany, Zoology and Anthropology. The remaining four science subjects, viz., Physics, Chemistry, Geology and Mathematics can be opted for B.Sc General Course only or as subsidiary subjects by B.Sc. honours students. A B.Sc. honours student has to offer two subsidiary science subjects, in addition to the compulsory Foundation Course. In B.Sc. General Course, three subjects have to be offered in addition to English and Foundation Course. Mathematics can be offered as a combination subject in Arts as well as in Science stream.

The goals and objectives of the college aims at making it a centre of creativity by espousing the real needs of society and effective for growth and development of education in the region. However, the present situation shows that much remains to be done to achieve these laudable objectives. The college works strictly within the parameters of syllabus framed by the University without any scope for introducing changes. Manipur University Under Graduate Boards Studies in different subjects do not have any members from among the teachers of the college. There is thus little scope for curricular improvements or innovative changes at college level. The college has plans to introduce some relevant subjects such as Computer Science, Environmental Science, Physical Education, Human Rights and some Diploma Courses. But as of now, no concrete steps have been taken in these regards. The only vocational subject, Sericulture, introduced in 1999 with U.G.C. assistance is yet to be integrated in the college curricular structure.

Criterion II: TEACHING-LEARNING AND EVALUATION
As per staffing pattern laid down by Manipur University and accepted by the Govt. of Manipur in July 1996, The college has a sanctioned faculty strength of 62, in addition to the post of Principal. However, as of July 2006, there are 43 regular teachers against sanctioned posts and 6 part-time teachers in the 13 departments. Against sanctioned strength of 4-5 teachers for each subjects/departments, a few (Manipuri, Education, Physics, Geology and Mathematics) have only two teachers. Since the same teachers have to engage +2 stage classes, the work-load (per teacher per week) in some departments is shown to be as high as 35-36 periods of 45 minutes duration. Transfer of teachers to other colleges appear to have added to the problem. Recruitments of teachers having U.G.C. norms through the Public Service Commission is the responsibility of the State Government. The college is not the appointing authority. The part-time/ contractual teachers are also appointed by the state government.

Five teachers of the college attended National-level Seminars in the last two years. Among the permanent teachers, as many as 25 enjoy Senior Scale in the post of Lecturer while another four are in the Selection Grade. The teachers attend Orientation and Refresher Courses on a regular basis.

The college has a transparent admission procedure. The students are admitted on the basis of their academic record in the last public examination. Students are admitted on the basis of merit and interview to honours courses.

The college prospectus clearly lays down the options for electives and combinations that a student can choose. The teachers also provide career counseling to students for subject selection. The college provides remedial coaching to academically disadvantaged students.

The teachers work according to a teaching plan and the academic calendar. The syllabus is unitized to a teaching schedule spread through the year. The college mainly follows the lecture method of teaching. Tutorials and seminars are also held. Use of audio-visual aids are, as yet, not common. The teaching-learning process is thus largely conventional.

There are, on an average, 180 teaching days and 210 working days in a year. The gross student-teacher ratio is satisfactory, there being 49 teachers (including part-time) for 449 students. However, the same teachers also engage the +2 level classes. Besides, there is subject-wise variation in teacher-strength.

Class tests and tutorials are held on a regular basis to assess students' knowledge. The students' performance in University examinations is satisfactory. The evaluation method, besides tests and practicals conducted by the college during the year, primarily rests on final examination conducted by the University.

The college has introduced a Grievance Redressal Cell to respond to suggestions, complaints and grievances of students in regard to teaching-learning processes and support facilities. It needs to be strengthened and made a fully in-built system. The college has also constituted a number of committees which include teachers as members to look after different aspects of college management and teaching learning processes, e.g., Planning and Administration Committee, Building Construction Committee, Admission and Counseling Committee and Examination Committee. As already mentioned, the college has very little role in the re-designing and upgrading of different courses since the Undergraduate Boards of Studies do these at the University level.
The college would do well by encouraging faculty members to go for continued academic progress and professional advancement by availing various facilities like faculty improvement programme of the UGC.

Criterion III: RESEARCH, CONSULTANCY AND EXTENSION
The college has recognizable research capability in its teachers as evidence by teachers of Botany and Anthropology departments. However, only three teachers have, so far, obtained Ph.D. degrees besides another 8 who have M.Phil. degrees. Only one Minor Research Project has been completed by a teacher in Geology. A few projects have been submitted to funding agencies. No teacher has, as yet, availed study leave facility of U.G.C. or I.C.S.S.R. The college needs to make serious efforts to utilize and consolidate the latent talent of its teachers and promote a research culture, specially in areas relevant to regional needs. More faculty members may be encouraged to take up doctoral research. The college is yet to develop expertise for consultancy.

There is no N.C.C. wing. The college has N.S.S. unit under the supervision of a teacher who acts as the Programme Officer. The NSS conducts campaigns from time to time in areas such as AIDS awareness and promotion of literacy. Located as it is in a hilly tribal area, the college community can play a crucial role in community development-oriented extension / outreach programmes.

Criterion IV: INFRASTRUCTURE AND LEARNING RESOURCES
A specious 13.52 acres of buildable land donated to the college by Lambung village has provided good scope for future development. A master plan has been prepared and adopted in September 2005 with a site-plan incorporating existing and proposed structures and facilities. As a govt. college, it is assisted by the Govt. of Manipur through its various departments to construct the buildings and maintain infrastructure. In addition, UGC development assistance has also been available for infrastructure development. For example, during 2003-04 a women's hostel was constructed at a cost of Rs.19.50 Lac in which UGC's share was Rs.9.00 Lac. At present, buildings and built-up spaces consist of an academic block consisting of 6 rooms (four class-rooms and two laboratories); science building and science class room extension building; library; hostels for boys and girls; sericulture work-shed; vehicle parking shed; botanical pond and Silver Jubilee Park and Monument.

The college has modest sports infrastructure consisting of one play-ground, one volley-ball court and one basket-ball court. There are some indoor games facilities.

The existing infrastructure are modest and barely sufficient. The college needs to equip itself with additional space and facilities. The Directorate of Higher Education, Govt. of Manipur, is constructing some buildings fencing the compound area and renovating the playground through an allocation of Rs.1.30 crores received by it from the non-lapsable pool of the Central Government.

The college library has a collection of about 6,500 books including 500 reference books. It subscribes to some 18 journals and periodicals. In addition, each department maintains a small collection of books for consultation mainly by teachers. The library collection needs to be enhanced and facilities upgraded at the earliest. A library advisory committee should be constituted for the purpose.

The college has, in all, 5 computers. More computers including a computer centre and student training facility should be undertaken. It is advisable to provide internet facility to teachers and students.

Criterion V: STUDENT SUPPORT AND PROGRESSION
In addition to B.A. and B.Sc General Course, the college offers B.A. (Hons.) in 5 subjects and B.Sc. (Hons.) in 3 subjects. The honours degree enables the students to proceed for masters degree course. The college, however, has no record of students who have proceeded for higher degrees after graduation. The number of students offering Honours course is rather small in different subjects, except for Political Science and History.

Nearly 90 per cent of the students belong to Scheduled Tribe communities. They hail from the surrounding villages of Chandel and neighbouring districts and mostly belong to poor families. Despite the hardships and unfavourable conditions, their success rate at the University examinations has been satisfactory. The course completion rate in a three-year period is around 50 percent. All of them receive financial aid in the form of post-matric scholarships. In 2003-2004, for examble, scholarships of the total value of Rs.10.25 lakh were disbursed to its students by the college.

The college publishes a prospectus every year containing all the required information, including courses and combinations available, eligibility for admission to various courses, admission and examination schedules and fees payable by S.C./S.T. and general categories of students.

An Alumni Association was formed in 2001. It is yet to be registered under the Societies Registration Act. Several alumni have been able to secure important positions in different walks of life.

There is a Student Union of which the Principal is the President. There is also a student magazine published annually. Since 2005, the college has started publishing a half-yearly bulletin and are annual journal.

The college has a play-ground and a basket ball court for different games and sports activities. An inter-house Games and Sports Meet is held annually. Cultural programmes and music competitions also form part of recreational activities. The college has recently started a career guidance unit by appointing a teacher who has undergone training for the purpose. The academic calendar is prepared by a group of senior teachers every year, before the start of new academic session in July

The college has attempted, in 2004-05, to secure Student Feedback on courses, teachers, course and teaching evaluation, programme evaluation, overall rating of programmes, and exit opinion of graduating students; by canvassing standard formats among a section of the students. It would be in the interest of all the stakeholders of the college to analyse the information and to take the suggestions into account for all-round improvement of the college and its activities.

Criterion VI: ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT
Prior to the take over of the college by the Govt. of Manipur in June 1996, the Governing Body was responsible for the management of the college. The G.B. stood superseded after the takeover. The college is now directly under the administrative supervision of Directorate of University and Higher Education, Govt. of Manipur. The Education Department of the Govt. is thus responsible for the management of the college.

The overall administration of the college is run by the full time Principal who is also the DDO. He is assisted by the Vice-Principal (who, as head of the Dept. of Political Science, also has teaching responsibilities) in coordinating various activities of the college. A number of committees, such as Planning and Administration Committee, Admission and Counselling Committee, Infrastructure Development and Building Construction Committee, and Examination Committee, were formed between 1998-2005 to assist the Principal. The teachers of the college are included as members of various committees and they thus play a constructive role in the smooth functioning of the college. There are also adhoc committees formed for various purposes from time to time with teachers as members, e.g., preparation of academic calendar, holding of Student Union election, cultural meets and celebrations, etc. There is one qualified librarian to look after the library. In office work, the Principal is assisted by the Head Clerk, Stenographer and other clerical staff (UDCs and LDCs).

Each of the 13 departments is managed by the senior-most teachers who function as heads of departments. Periodic meeting of the HODs are convened to take overall stock of the situation at regular intervals. The teachers and non-teaching staff have their respective associations. The two staff associations also advise the college administration and extend help as and when necessary. The teachers have to fill up and submit to the principal the Self Appraisal Report. The system of ACR also exists. The performance and efficiency of non-teaching staff is assessed at regular intervals. The Principal directly deals with the redressal of grievances of teaching staff and non-teaching employees. The college has not conducted any training/ faculty development programmes for teachers and non-teaching employees. A few seminars, conferences and lecture programmes have been held during the past five years.

Financial allocations are made by the Govt. of Manipur in the Higher Education Department, both under Non-plan (revenue expenditure) and plan heads. The external audit is undertaken by Local Audit, Govt. of Manipur.

Criterion VII: HEALTHY PRACTICES
The Peer Team would like to mention some of the healthy practices that have come to its notice in the functioning of the United College.

The students, teachers and non-teaching employees evince a strong sense of belonging to the college. In fact, majority of them hail from the surrounding areas and there is a locality-specific interest and commitment in the well-being and development of the college. This sense of belonging and pride in the institution could be used as a resource for developing many healthy practices.

A healthy practice adopted by the college is inter-religious prayer sessions held every class day. Teachers belonging to different religions are invited on different days to lead the sessions by delivering moral lectures to the students.

The college has tried to promote the rich cultural heritage of the tribal people who constitute the majority in the area. Attempts to promote harmonious inter-ethnic relationships in a multi-ethnic district through organizing cultural meets and interactions are laudable efforts. Encouragement is given to preserve and demonstrate cultural diversity of various ethnic groups. The discipline among teachers and students is praiseworthy.

It is to be noted that the college draws students from rural and disadvantaged sections and grooms them for life in the modern, competitive contexts.

The college has opened a special cell for women education by appointing a lady teacher for guiding tribal girl students. It needs to be strengthened and activities expanded. The role of the NSS Unit of the college in involving the student volunteers in social services and awareness campaigns in literacy, drug abuse, AIDS, etc., is praiseworthy.

The teaching and non-teaching staff of the college donated money to Manipur University to institute a Gold Medal in memory of Late Huten Thungam, the founder chairman of the college G.B., to be awarded to the tribal student who secures highest marks in the B.Sc. examination of Manipur University. The college has also instituted cash prizes to its students who secure positions or letter marks (80% or more) in the Higher Secondary Examination conducted by the Council of H.S. Education, Manipur.

The spirit of community, as shown by the United College Teachers' Association in extending financial help (Rs.7000.00) to the fire victim of neighbouring Chakpirong Bazar in March 1999, is praiseworthy. Similarly, financial contributions made by the teachers towards construction of college class rooms, library building, girls' hostel and the college monument are in the realm of healthy practices.

The management and administration of the college are transparent and participatory in nature. A number of committees are there in which the teachers assist the principal in administrative, academic and development activities.

The involvement of the college community in organizing extra-curricular activities such as games and sports events, cultural meets, debating competition, quiz contest, essay-writing contest, etc. reflect a healthy and congenial atmosphere in the institution.

SECTION III: OVERALL ANALYSIS
United College, Lambung, located in a scenic rural setting in the district head-quarters town of Chandel, is the only government college in the district. Established entirely through local people's initiative as a Pre-University-level college 26 years ago, it was elevated to a three-year degree college (in Arts stream) in 1987. The Govt. of Manipur brought the college under its Grant-in-Aid system in the same year. In 1995, the college opened science subjects in the Three year Degree course and in June 1996 the college became a full fledged Govt. Degree College. The college now has six departments / subjects in the Arts stream and seven in the Science Stream. There is Honours programme in 8 of the 13 subjects. There is no Post Graduate programme, nor any professional or self-financing courses. The college offers opportunities of higher education to youth in a hill tribal area of Manipur. There is adequate land available for future expansion. The college offers courses leading to B.A. and B.Sc. General/ Honours degrees. The only vocational subject, Sericulture, is not functional.

A number of departments have less teachers than the required strength. Transfer of teachers from the college without effecting replacement seems to have created the situation. However, the existing teachers seem to be doing a commendable job in guiding and preparing the students for their degrees.

The equipments available in the science laboratories do not go beyond successful management of classes as required by the syllabi. There is scope for improvement and need for additional equipments.

The Peer Team appreciated, in particular, the following features of the functioning of the college:

Effective leadership of the Principal and commitment of the teachers and non-teaching employees to their institution.

The college has a disciplined student community which seems to be aware of the strength and weaknesses of the institution. The Student Union sensitizes the students about their role and responsibilities in the college as well as the wider societal contexts.

The authority structure (represented by the Principal, Vice-Principal, HoDs), faculty, supporting staff and students appear to function as a harmonic whole so essential for day-to-day functioning as well as for future growth and development of the institution.

There are no visible signs of stress and confrontation between various segments of the college community.

The Peer Team takes this opportunity to make a few suggestions which may set the roadmap for future development of the college :

In view of the economic backwardness of the predominantly tribal area having limited conventional job opportunities, the college may consider the introduction of skill-based, employment-oriented Certificate and Diploma Courses in areas like horticulture, sericulture, food processing, mushroom cultivation, information technology, etc. Some of these could be pursued under the vocational subject grid of the UGC or as fees-paying 'add on' courses to be pursued simultaneously with conventional degree courses.

Computer and internet facilities require expansion to benefit the faculty and the students.

There should be a computer centre.

The college may consider introduction of Computer Science/Computer Application as a subject.

The starting of Commerce stream may be considered.

A Gymnasium with multigym facilities and full-fledged sports-coaching provisions could enhance students' mental and physical development and help in the emergence of athletes and sportsman for which Manipur is so famous.

The college should organize seminars, workshops and conferences more frequently.

The teachers in various departments need to enhance research activities in their respective areas of interest. Even minor, short-term research projects, for which funds can be easily obtained, would go a long way in creating an atmosphere of research in the college. Publication of research results should also be encouraged. Research and publication are, till now, weak areas for most of the faculty members. More Teachers may be encouraged to undertake Ph. D. research.

A crash training programme for non-teaching Grade-III employees in computer proficiency may be organized at the earliest.

Coaching classes for various competitive examinations may be started.

Faculty strength in the departments with 2-3 teachers may be augmented at the earliest.

Library is the nerve centre of an institution. The number of books as well as the choice of titles are rather limited for a degree college with honours teaching. There is an urgent need for enhancement of library collection.

Audio-visual aids may be procured and used in all the departments to supplement lecture method of teaching.

Construction of an auditorium with proper acoustics, stage and equipments is a pressing need.

Establishment of an internal quality assurance cell for encouraging and monitoring academic activities of different departments may be considered.

The college has tremendous potential and scope for developing its extension and outreach programmes to help the surrounding communities. The avenues for effective institution-community linkages should be carefully explored and acted upon.

The language departments (English and Manipuri), in collaboration with social science departments may consider starting a programme of study of tribal languages of the area, aided by the establishment of a language laboratory.

Residential accommodation for teachers should be constructed in the campus so that the teachers can spend more time with the students.

Concerted efforts should be made to attract students to subjects like mathematics, physics, geology and economics in which admission is on the decline.

The college may consider having a small guest house of its own.

The existing canteen facility may be improved immediately.

The Alumni Association should be formally registered, membership widened and its area of activities enlarged.

The Peer Team takes this opportunity to laud the efforts of various people who have created this edifice of higher education in a remote and backward tribal area. The Team notes that the college has potential for growth and development as a vibrant centre of higher education in Manipur. The Peer Team places on record its appreciation of the efforts of the Principal, the Vice-Principal (who is also the coordinator of the Steering Committee) and members of the Steering Committee of the college. The Team expresses its gratitude to all the constituents of the United College community for their warm, gracious hospitality and all other facilities readily made available to it during the period of visit.

The Peer Team also takes this opportunity to wish United College, Lambung, Chandel, a glorious and fruitful future commensurate with its goals and objectives.

Prof. Annada Charan Bhagabati
Chairperson

Dr. Ramendra Kumar Das
Member

Mrs. M.M. Marwein
Member

(Th. Oliver Monsang)
Principal
United College, Lambung
Chandel - 795127
Manipur.

Date: 18 /07/2006

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