Affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi University, Itanagar
Rules & Regulations
Stipend & Book Grant
Student's Union


          With an aim of building overall personality development of the students apart from academics, the following support services are provided to them. However, these not exhaustive as such, an improvement and addition will be made from time to time depending on the resources.

Co-curricular Activities -

         Besides the academic advancement of the students, the college also encourages them in different co-curricular activities during the academic session. Various games & sports, cultural, literary, social service activities are being organised and outstanding students in each field are awarded with prizes and certificates during the Annual College Day function.

NSS Unit -

         The College has a Unit of National Service Scheme (NSS) to nurture and develop the personality of the students through community services with a motto “not me but you”. Dr. Jommi Loyi, Astt. Professor (History) is the Programm Officer of the college. The students are required to fill up the prescribed form to become NSS Volunteers who shall be awarded certificate on successful completion of stipulated period/years as an active volunteer. A total of 100 volunteers are enrolled in this current academic session. The NSS Unit undertakes regular activities like observation of international/national important day, awareness on health & hygiene, cleanliness drive, social service, etc. The volunteers are also exposed on a special camp in an adopted village as part of NSS annual activities.

Career Counselling and Guidance -

         Career Counselling and Guidance cell is being made functional from this academic session. The cell shall facilitate information access and dissemination of knowledge regarding career options, scholarship/fellowship and job opportunity in different fields. The cell seeks to open new vista of interest for students to diversify their goals and objectives thereby add value to education.

Internal Quality Assurance Cell -

         With an intention of maintaining and imbibing high standards of quality education in both academic as well as extra-academic activities, Internal Quality Assurance Cell is being established in the college. The IQAC shall endeavour for promotion of quality in teaching-learning process through self-evaluation, accountability and innovations thereby create quality sustenance in the college.

College Disciplinary Committee -

         In order to maintain discipline and peaceful atmosphere in the college, a discipline committee has been constituted. The committee consist of three members from teaching department/employees and two members from the senior students. The CDC shall suggest ways and means for evolving/developing congenial environment in the college. The committee will hear of take up any case relating to breach of discipline and recommend the quantum of punishment against the offender to the Principal.

Bus Facility -

         The College has a bus service for students and employees of the College. The bus shall ply to & fro from the College campus to Naharlagun via Nirjuli in all working days. A concessional fee must be paid by all for fuel and maintenance of the bus.

Educational Excursion -

         A bonafide student (APST) can avail an opportunity to visit important places of India on educational excursion conducted every year. Funded by the state government, the selection for excursion is done purely on the basis of merit (Academic performance and good behaviour).

Travelling Concession -

         Students are eligible to avail Railway Concession during winter & summer vacation and educational excursion. They may obtain concession form for to & fro journey to their home town and for excursion.

Admission Guidlines

BA I Year :

1. An applicant seeking admission in BA I Year must have passed AISSCE (10+2) or any equivalent examinations from a recognised Board/University with five papers including English as a compulsory paper.
2. Admission will be considered as per the catchment norms issued by the Government of Arunachal Pradesh. Preference will be given to those candidates who belong to Papum Pare District. However, only 50 seats will be allowed to non-catchment area candidates purely on the basis of merit.

BA II Year (Pss & Honours) : (Annual Sysytem)

1. Student seeking admission in BA II Year should have passed in the corresponding lower examinations conducted by RGU.
2. Those placed in compartment can also take admission subject to fulfilment of other criteria.
3. Admission in Honours course may be considered on merit within those students who secured minimum 40% & 45% in concerned subject and in aggregate respectively.

BA III Year (Pass & Honours) : (Annual System)

1. Student seeking admission in BA III Year should have passed in the corresponding lower examinations conducted by RGU.
2. Those placed in compartment can also take admission subject to fulfilment of other criteria.

Documents Required for Admission

A. For Admission in BA I Year

1. Class X certificate in original with two attested copies.
2. Marks sheet of Class XII in original with three attested copies.
3. Transfer certificate from the institution last attended.
4. Migration certificate in original with one attested copy.
5. ST/SC certificate in original with one attested copy.
6. Character certificate from the institution last attended.
7. Recent passport size photographs-5 copies for APST & 4 copies for Non-APST (Name & class to be written on the back of each photo)
(Note: All documents to be verified with original copies)

B. For Admission in BA II Year

1. Marks sheet of BA I Year Annual Examination in original with two attested copies.
2. University Registration Card in original with one attested copy.
3. ST/SC certificate in original with one attested copy.
4. Five copies recent passport size photograph with name & class written on the back of each photo.

C. For Admission in BA III Year

1. Marks sheet of BA II Year Annual Examination in original with two attested copies.
2. University Registration Card in original with one attested copy.
3. ST/SC certificate in original with one attested copy.
4. Five copies recent passport size photograph with name & class written on the back of each photo.

Examination Guidlines

Eligibility For Appearing University Examination

1. A student must attend not less than 75% of the lectures delivered in each subject/paper offered by him/her.
2. A student who attends more than 30% but less than 75% of the lectures delivered has to pay a Non-Collegiate Fee of Rs.1500/- (Rupees one thousand five hundred) only in favour of RGU.
3. A student whose attendance is below 30% will not be allowed to fill up university examination form.
4. Appearing in all subjects/papers in the House Test is mandatory as well as compulsory for the students.
5. Students who are above 35% marks in aggregate but fail in one subject/paper obtaining not less than 25% marks shall be permitted to appear in that paper in the next university examination only as compartmental candidate. The examination form to this effect has to be filled up separately.

Documents required for filling up of University Examination Forms

1. College Identity Card (Xerox).
2. University Registration Card (one) attested copy.
3. Class XII Mark sheet (one) attested copy (for BA I Year only)
4. BA I /II Year Mark Sheet (one) attested copy (for BA II & III Year).
5. Three copies recent passport size photograph with name & class written on the back of each photo.

Important notes for the students

1. The students are required to go through the prospectus carefully before filling up any form and preserve the prospectus for reference.
2. The original documents must be submitted/produce at the time of admission/filling up of university examination forms for registration/authentication/verification, etc.
3. The original documents will be handed back to the students only when those are received from the university after registration. Hence, students are advised to keep sufficient number of Xerox copies with them for other uses.
4. A candidate must fill the admission/examination form carefully in his/her own handwriting and they must be present in person before the concerned committee.
5. In the event of incorrect information, forgery, illegibility the form will be summarily rejected and if detected later the admission/examination form will be cancelled forthwith.


Rules and guidelines

1. Migration certificate is required for those students who have passed their class XII examination from outside the state of Arunachal Pradesh.
2. Eligibility conditions enshrined in Part VI A & B shall be strictly followed during the admission and filling up of University examination form.
3. Student’s attendance will be monitored and reviewed every month. The cumulative attendance of student will be forwarded to the DHE for consideration of awarding stipend as per prescribed rules and guidelines of granting stipend to APST candidates.
4. Student must attend the requisite percentage of attendance without which he/she will not be allowed to appear in the House Test. Apart from this, the APST student will also forfeit their claim for stipend.
5. House Test (in all papers) is mandatory for all students in order to appear in the annual examination. A 10% weightage is given for the House Test whereas the students have to appear for 90% marks in the annual examination.
6. Students who do not appear in the House Test will have to take fresh admission in the next academic session.
7. If a student after getting Admit Card does not appear or having appeared fails in the examination, will get a maximum of two chances to clear the said examination as Late College Candidate without attending classes in the next two consecutive years.
8. Students are to fill up admission/examination form personally and with utmost care. Any wrong entry of subject/paper/information may lead to cancellation of candidature even if detected at later stage.
9. Student will get only one chance to clear the compartmental examination in the next immediate university examination. If they fail to clear such examination, they will be reverted to lower class.
10. Under "Annual System", The three year course must be completed within a maximum period of six years from the year of admission in BA I Year in the college.
11. Under Semester System sessional tests are compulsory and one must secure minimum qualifying marks in these tests which shall carry 20 marks in each paper. Those who failed in sessional tests will not be allowed to appear the end semester examinations.
12. A student may apply for re-evaluation/rte-checking of answer book (s) within 30 days of the declaration of results by paying requisite fee.

Code of conduct

1. Admission in the college implicitly implies the adherence/agreement of all rules/regulations/guidelines framed from time to time in order to have congenial/peaceful over all environments in the college.
2. Students are expected to maintain peace, tranquillity, communal harmony and universal brotherhood in all respect. They are to exhibit strict discipline and abide by the rules that govern them. Any breach of discipline/rule will invite strict action including expulsion from the college.
3. They are to be well mannered and polite in their dealing/conduct with the members of the college community in particular and the people in general.
4. Students must be helpful and polite to the guests/visitors of the college. The guest/visitor should be extended with assistance in whatever way possible.
5. Students should actively participate in all functions/programmes including Annual College Day and other co-curricular activities.
6. Students should display high moral ethics especially during examination by not indulging in any unfair-means and breach of discipline which will be severely punished.
7. Students must maintain silence during working hours. They should desist from disturbing in library/classroom/office by talking or gossiping loudly and loitering along the veranda or corridors.
8. Students are not expected to enter the Principal’s Chamber and Teacher’s Common Room without permission.
9. Students must endeavour to keep the college compound neat and clean. They should not indulge in defacing the college walls or buildings by spitting, slogan writing, pasting poster, etc.
10. Students are expected to gather all relevant information from Notice Board to be notified from time to time.
11. It is mandatory for all the students to produce clearance certificate from library/storekeeper/NSS/NCC, etc. for issuance of University Admit Card/Certificate and Caution Money.
12. Use of any intoxicated substance such as alcohol, tobacco, cigarette, gutka, tiranga, etc. are strictly prohibited. Mobile phone is strictly prohibited inside the class room and examination hall.
13. Students must maintain proper dress code reflecting all decency and etiquette. Any type of vulgarity and indecent dress will not be tolerated.
14. Ragging in any form/manner is strictly prohibited. Any student indulging in ragging will attract punishment as per the law of the land directed from the Supreme Court of India.
15. Any divisive activity forces based on caste, creed, communal, race, religion, region, etc. by an individual/group or organisation (s) will not be tolerated. Strict action will be initiated against the defaulter.


Stipend and Book Grant

A financial aid in the form of stipend and book grant is given to all the bonfide students belonging to Schedule Tribes of Arunachal Pradesh. The financial aid/scholarship is subject to the following terms and conditions prescribed by the Government of Arunachal Pradesh:
1. A student must apply in a prescribed form for availing financial aid within a stipulated time to be notified separately.
2. A student may submit application online through Online Portal of Department of Higher and Technical Education, Arunachal Pradesh. Click here to submit.
3. Grant of stipend totally depends on the consistent good conduct and satisfactory academic progress (without academic arrear) of the stipendiary. If the stipendiary is found guilty of misconduct such as resorting to or participating in the strike, violence, irregular in attendance, remains absent without permission of the authority or commits any major offence or breach of peace and discipline, the Principal has the power to suspend the award of stipend.
4. The Government shall have the inherent right to cancel the stipend wholly or partly or stop or withhold further payment of stipend for a period for reasons enumerated in para 2 above or for any reasons which the Government thinks proper as per rule.
5. Student engaged in job of any nature cannot claim/avail stipend.
6. If a student is found to have obtained stipend by false statement, the stipend paid will be recovered and student concerned will be blacklisted and debarred of stipend forever.
7. A stipendiary must present in person for drawing of stipend. Under no circumstance, the stipend money will be paid on authority.
8. The stipendiary must collect their stipend money within a stipulated time and the undisbursed stipend money will be refunded to the Government accordingly.


         In order to promote and develop the democratic spirit, functioning and leadership quality among the students, the college constitutes a general body of all regular enrolled students which shall be known as "Government College Doimukh Students’ Union". The students’ union shall devote on the student activities and their welfare in the college. The Principal, Government College Doimukh is an ex-officio President of the Students’ Union. The General Secretary and Assistant General Secretary shall be the Office Bearers while all other portfolios will be treated as Executive Members. The Office Bearers shall be elected/selected from the senior students (II & III Year students only) while the rest posts are open for all. The Election of Students’ Union will be conducted as per the recommendation of Lyngdoh Committee report. The following are the members of the executive body of the Students Union of the college for the session 2013-14:

1.General Secretary :    Shri Nabam Mama, B.A II Year
2.Assistant General Secretary :    Shri Gachi Techi, B.A II Year
3.Cultural Secretary :    Ms. Techi Nutur, B.A I Year
4.Asst. Cultural Secretary :    Shri Tarak Pada, B.A I Year
5.Games & Sports Secretary :    Shri Tana Jacob, B.A II Year
6.Asst. Games & Sports Secretary :    Shri Teli Runghi, B.A I Year
7.Literary Secretary :    Ms Tame Katherina, B.A II Year
8.Asst. Literary Secretary :    Shri Chera Tame, B.A I Year
9.Social Secretary :    Shri Nabam Nigam, B.A I Year
10.Asst. Social Secretary :    Shri Tako Tadik Chera, B.A I Year
11.Editor College Magazine :    Shri Nabam John, B.A II Year