The basic objective is to promote institutional quality enhancement and sustenance through the internalization of quality culture and institutionalization of the best practices. Gour Mahavidyalaya has partly adopted ICT enabled egovernance to ensure timely, efficient and progressive performance of academic, administrative and financial units. Many records are maintained in an electronic format. The College has installed different software for on line admission, salary and P.F. transfer, maintenance of accounts, andcollection of fees.E-tender has been introduced. The Institution has provided at least one computer with internet connection to each department and also to the office staff. 64 teachers have been using ICT tools for teaching and learnin.LIBSYS is being used for Library automation. INFLIBNET, E- books from Taylor and Franchise group and JSTOR are available.Internet: Faculty members, members of the nonteaching staff and students can access the internet facility. There are 14 points and 2 browsing centers. College website: www.gourmaha.org.in. :The College Website is a primary means by which prospective students learn about Institution. Students, guardians and stakeholders gather information from college website and take decision regarding ward’s admission. With a website as sleekly designed, informative, interactive, and easy to navigate, it’s no surprise that Gour Mahavidyalaya has snagged one of the best spots for admission.
Total Computers (20202-21)
Total Laptops (20202-21)
Total Internet Connection Points
Total Smart Class Room
ICT enabled Seminar Room
Online Class Teachers Participate in 2020-21
One of the objectives is to inculcate a value system among the Students.Our environmental ethics is to make the College campus more sustainable and eco- friendly. A Green campus is a place where environmental friendly practices and education combine to promote sustainable and eco- friendly practices in the campus. Green campus is holistic aiming to make environmental awareness and to act as an intrinsic part of the life and ethos of the Institute. Green campus endeavors to extend learning beyond the class room to develop responsible attitudes and commitment both at home,village and college campus or in the wider community. Many Gardens have been developed:(1). Flower Garden(No.1):372”922”.(2). Flower Garden(No.2):511”-517”.(3). Flower Garden(No.3):508”- 119”.(4). Flower Garden(No.4):385”-415”.(5). Flower Garden(No.5).:237”-294”.(6). Garden of Medicinal plants:669”-116”.(7). Garden of Medicinal plants(No.2):610”-1189”.(8).Garden in front of Library.(9). EX-situ conservation garden(NO.1).(10). Herbarium(NO.1)(11). Arboretum. Rain water harvesting plant and Solar power energy plant have been established. There is a pressing need to accelerate the development of advanced clean energy technologies in order to address the global challenges of energy security, climate change and sustainable development. In today’s scenario solar power is one of the best solution to overcome the energy deficit in the World. The generation of solar power does not have any adverse effect on the environment. The plant provides substantial cost savings on the power consumption for the college. One of the biggest challenges of the 21st century is to overcome the growing water shortage. Rainwater harvesting has thus regained its importance as a valuable alternative or supplementary water resource. Green campus initiative helps to create environmental awareness. Outreach programme is carried out by the students and volunteers of two N.S.S.units at village Bhatra, Sahapur, OldMalda. Students and teachers have shown responsible attitudes and commitment to the environmental enrichment.