Anthropology – Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Govt. College

Anthropology

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The Department of Anthropology was established in the year 2016. At present the department has an intake capacity of 20 students per year. The department follows the course designed by the West Bengal State University and offers a holistic understanding of the study of humans.

B.Sc. Honours Anthropology

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Dr. Moumita Gupta (HOD)

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Dr. Suman Nath

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Dr. Madhumati Chatterjee

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B.Sc. Honurs Intake: 20 (11UR, 4 SC, 1ST, 2 OBCA, 1 OBCB, 1 PWD)

Teachers give handouts to the students and the department also has a good e book collection and a library. Biological Anthropology and Archaeological anthropology laboratories are well equipped and each year students are taken for an intensive fieldwork for a better understanding of society and culture.

A student exploring a Gram Panchayat to understand the development dynamics of a village in West Bengal

Students exploring Archaeological potential of an area in Birbhum

 

 

 

 

 

 

Teaching includes lectures, tutorials, and screening of movies. Students are often asked to make presentations on pre-selected topics. Teachers give handouts to the students and the department also has a good e book collection and a library. Biological Anthropology and Archaeological anthropology laboratories are well equipped and each year students are taken for an intensive fieldwork for a better understanding of society and culture.

The department does Continuous Assessment through everyday class interaction, and practical performances of the students.

Students are asked to appear for surprise tests at regular intervals and they make presentations every once in a while.

 

 

A Value Added Course on Human Rights and Constitution of India in collaboration with IQAC and Department of Political Science (2022-2023)

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One day seminar in collaboration with AAMRA ek Sachetan prayas Forum with IQAC and Department of Political Science (14.09.2022)

Inter-college Instagram photostory competition

 

Students’ in-house activities in 2020-2021

 

Students’ outreach programme 2019-2020

The students of the department has made a thorough study of an artisan village in Bardhaman. For the detailed report click on this link:

https://www.apjakgc.in/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/Dokrapara-extension-programme-for-NAAC-2019-2020-v2.pdf

Students’ in-house activities in 2019-2020

Students’ in-house activities in 2018-2019

 

Awareness programme for competitive examination

Students in-house activities in 2017-2018

About The Department

The Department of Anthropology was established in the year 2016. At present the department has an intake capacity of 20 students per year. The department follows the course designed by the West Bengal State University and offers a holistic understanding of the study of humans.

Teaching includes lectures, tutorials, and screening of movies. Students are often asked to make presentations on pre-selected topics. Teachers give handouts to the students and the department also has a good e book collection and a library. Biological Anthropology and Archaeological anthropology laboratories are well equipped and each year students are taken for an intensive fieldwork for a better understanding of society and culture.

Faculty

Dr. Moumita Gupta (HOD)

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Dr. Suman Nath

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Dr. Madhumati Chatterjee

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Infrastructure

Class Room

Classrooms are spacious, airy and ICT enabled


Laboratory

Science departments have state-of-the art laboratories


Library

Library has thousands of books and friendly staff to assist the students

Ambience

Green 5 acres large college campus adds a positive vibe to the teaching-learning environment