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Prof. B. Zoliana

Principal's Message

We, at Govt. Zirtiri Residential Science College, are committed to our motto “Lighted to Lighten”. It gives me great happiness to announce that Govt. Zirtiri Residential Science College is now equipped with its own website. I do hope it provides both the faculty and the students of this College with a platform for exchange of ideas and information . It is also intended to benefit all others who visit it to learn more about our College, in whatever capacity it may be, I also, take the opportunity to thank the University Grants Commission (UGC) for making this achievement possible. Happy browsing !


Prof. B. Zoliana
Principal, GZRSC

Upcoming Events

Official Notifications

Appointment Order of IQAC Co-ordinator, Assistant Coordinators

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Appointment Order of Dr. K.B. Singh as New Head of Department for Chemistry Department

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State Level Workshop on Copyright and Plagiarism on 16-17th October 2019

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This is to notify all faculties that IQAC is organising One Day NAAC Accreditation Workshop for Faculty on 25 Sept 2019. This programme aims at bringing awareness to the new accreditation system introduced by NAAC for college accreditation.

Contact Persons:
1) Dr. Lalhmingliana Hnamte (Coordinator IQAC) : 9774001563
2) Mrs. Lalrinsangi Nghinglova (Asst. Coordinator IQAC) : 9426143838 (masangi777@gmail.com

Sd/- Prof. B. Zoliana, Principal
Govt. Zirtiri Residential Science College

Venue : Lecturer’s Common Room

Date & Time : 25thSeptember 2019 1:00 p.m

Chairman : Dr.Lalhmingliana Hnamte ,IQAC Co-ordinator

Resource Persons :1.Prof.Lalnundanga,Registrar,MizoramUniversity

                                  2.Dr.Lalbiakzuali,Govt.Hrangbana college

The Chairman welcomed the faculty present and invited Dr.R Lalengmawia to give a short speech. On invitation, he stressed on the need to give our utmost for the next NAAC Team visit and the importance of the seminar. He then declared the workshop opened.

                                                                         Session 1

The resource person Dr.Lalbiakzuali was then invited to give her talk. She began with an introduction of the National Assessment and Accreditation Council which has it’s headquarter at Bangalore. Recently a new office has been opened at New Delhi. She highlighted the fact that a new system of evaluation has been introduced which is entirely technical in nature. The self assessment process is done through online report submission. The third party assessment has also been introduced in the new system. Certain points that were highlighted by the resource person were the Accreditation Framework of NAAC,the process of registration, Contents of SSR, Quality Indicator Framework. She also discussed the seven criteria consisting of the following :Curricular Aspects ,teaching learning and Evaluation, research innovation and extension, Infrastructure and learning Resources, Students Support and Progression, governance leadership and management, Institutional Values and Best Practices

                                                                               Session 2

Resource Person : Prof.Lalnundanga, Registrar, MZU

The Principal was invited to address the second session. He acknowledged the contribution of the IQAC co-ordinator in organising the one day workshop on NAAC Awareness. He also thanked the Resource persons for sparing their precious time.In the second session Prof Lalnundanga was invited to give his talk on the NAAC accreditation process. The following are important points were highlighted by the resource person :

  • He stressed on the importance of NIRF ranking, especially in terms of funding. The criteria is almost similar hence every institute should attempt to acquire NIRF ranking simultaneously.
  • The accreditation process is essentially a process of self-reflection.
  • The new process is very different from the previous one .The peer team is responsible for only 30% of the accreditation process.
  • IIQA is not to be submitted before SSR is ready as the IIQA cannot be corrected once it is submitted.
  • The quantitative matrix which forms 70% of the SSR component should be addressed first after which the qualitative matrix can be taken care of ( not to exceed 500 words)Suggest that one person or not too many persons should be responsible for writing the SSR as distribution of work could lead to lapse in documentation.
  • Quantitative Matrix : there has to be consistency in all activities during reporting year.
  • Log in number of the past NAAC Assessment to be used.
  • Data has to be fed year-wise. It should be criteria-based.
  • All events must be documented with attendance sheet, some photos& videos and summary of the event
  • Activities must be organised properly with a vision of the remaining years ahead. Too many activities may not count
  • Teacher’s profile with documents must be kept ready: Appointment orders, adhaar, pan cards, ST/SC Certificate, seminars, conferences.
  • Teachers with PhD have higher scores but there has to be some uniformity in matters of publication etc
  • Information on Alumni during the assessment period is required. Appointment letters/order to trace placement record.
  • Profile of students for the last five years to be collected.
  • Student satisfaction survey is activated as soon as SSR is approved. Student’s information to be collected: name, email, college id, ST/SC, valid phone number.
  • Identification of job-oriented course /curriculum.
  • Extension activities are important. The reports must be supplement with award letters.(DVV does not recognise appreciation letters)
  • Co-ordinators must be aware of the requirements of the SSR. Criteria –wise distribution of tasks to be given to members of core /steering committee to charge of writing the SSR.
  • SSR carries 70 % of the grading and hence utmost care must be given in filling up the forms.
  • Examination department has a great responsibility in tracing the performance of the students. Percentage of marks for the last 5 years
  • The number of students opting for higher students must be documented.
  • Feedback to be collected on Curriculum: Students, Teachers, Parents, Alumni, Employers.
  • Academic Audit to be carried out.
  • Administrative and green audit must be done atleast once within the assessment period .
  • ISO Certification must be obtained.
  • Documents to be uploaded 45 days prior to the due date.
  1. Co-ordinator Lalrinsangi Nghinglova who proposed the vote of thanks expressed words of gratitude to the resource person Prof Lalnundanga and Dr lalbiakzuali, the Principal, sub-committees such as Research and Seminar committee, Reception, Refreshment, Light and sound and all the participants whose presence made the event a success.

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Department of English

Government Zirtiri residential Science College

Workshop on NAAC

News & Reports

ICSI Announces 50% fee concession in registration in CS Foundation or Executive Programme for the students of Mizoram. Details can be found here.

The PDF version of Report on Computer Free Clinic 2019 is available below:

REPORT ON COMPUTER FREE CLINIC 2019

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Introduction: As the world becomes more globalized, the demand for language speakers has increased, especially from companies, as they expand operations into new markets. These companies therefore need language speakers to satisfy the demands of their clients across the world. It is much easier to build a relationship with somebody when you speak the same language as them. You can simply connect with them on a more personal level and break through communication barriers if you speak the same language. Learning a new language also demonstrates that you have a host of other skills. According to studies, multi-linguals are better at problem solving, more creative and are better multi-taskers. All of these skills are very attractive to any potential employer.

British rule has spread the English language all over the world. It was enforced to be taught in education, and all the laws and rules meant for enactment were published in English. Though the English rule was not acceptable to the natives of respectable countries, the English language stayed with them as it was a convenient means of communication even in between nations of different languages. Further, the English language has played an essential role in the spread of formal education.

The curriculum of the Mizoram University to which the college is affiliated has included oral communication as a component of the Foundation Course paper for all streams. Additionally, the syllabus for BCA also includes communication Skills which entails the teaching of oral communication. As such the task of language development fell on the English department and the department has been utilizing the resources received from RUSA to develop the language skills of the students. Throughout the entire semester Spoken English classes and oral communication skills have been imparted to the students in the language lab.

Mode of Teaching: The Software uploaded in the language Laboratory has been used as primary sources. Materials gathered from other sources have also been used to teaching oral communication skills in English. Since the language laboratory can accommodate only 20 students at a time, students are divided into batches. At other times power point presentations are provided in the bigger classrooms.

Course Content: The course content comprises of the basics of phonetics, rules of pronunciation, Verbal and non-verbal skills and tips to facing interviews.

Target Group: The first semester students of Physical and life Science, Home science and BCA have been chosen to undergo the course on oral communication skills as it serves the double purpose of completing their syllabus and equipping them with skills required to communicate effectively in English.

Course Outcome: A large majority of students come from the rural areas where English is not used frequently. Hence most of the students are not comfortable in using the language orally. The course has helped students to use the language more effectively and helped them in facing the Mock Interview exams held towards the end of the semester more confidently.

By the end of the semester the three teachers of English Department who are involved in implementing the course have been able to conduct 10 contact hours each with all the four batches of students. The Course has proved to be successful and the department is committed towards further improvement of the course.

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One Day State Level Workshop on Copyright on 16.10.2019

The IPR Committee in collaboration with Patient Information Center, MISTIC, Department of Science & Technology, Government of Mizoram organized One day Workshop with special emphasis on Copyright on 16.10.2019 @ College Auditorium

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Paleomagnetic and Petrology Laboratories Visit by Department of Geology on 15.10.2019

Students of 5 Semester Geology along with two faculties visit the Paleomagnetic and Petrology Laboratories of the Department of Geology, Mizoram University on 15.10.2019

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Department of Home Science

Govt. Zirtiri Residential Science College

Aizawl, Mizoram.

Field Trip Report

Brief Report on Student Feld Trip i.e 5th Semester B.Sc (Home Science) held on 10th – 11th October 2019 at Silchar. We departed from Aizawl on the 10th of October 2019 at 5:00am and due to road block we were delayed at Sentlang, Mizoram for about 3 hours and reached our destination Silchar around 7:00 pm. On 11th October after breakfast along with the local tour guide we visited The North Western Cachar Tea Factory (Silcoorie tea) and Lalit Flour Mills. The students attend and observe informative lecturers regarding the techniques and different methods for processing at the factory. Photograph of different sites were also taken.

Total number of Students      :           9

Teacher’s (Guide)                :           5

Driver and Conductor            :           2

Total Members                        :           16

Total Expenditure                   :           20000

Home Science Field Trip

Place visited:

(1) The North Western Cachar Tea Factory ( SilcoorieTea): The factory was established in the year 1998 and they have around 600 workers, they export mainly in the Western part of India. They have different type of tea depending on the quality and they have their own tea plantation.

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(2) Lalit Flour Mills: Located at Meher Pur , Silchar- 15, which is around 20 kms from the Central part of Slichar. They have well equipt mills and mostly they produce fine maida, suji, wheat bran and atta.

(3) The Lalit Flour Mills also owns cold storage facilities. The students were allowed to go inside the cold storage and were given information on how the cold storage works.

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After the visit the owner gave us cold drinks and we were welcomed warmly. The students gained lot of information and experience.

COLLEGE MISS/MISTER CONTEST 2019
Organised by College Miss/Mister Organising Committee, GZRSC
on 4th October 2019

GZRSC MISS 2019 -
Sarah Zothanpuii
5 semester Home Science

GZRSC MISTER 2019 -
Moses Lalhruaizela
3 semester Life Science

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Principal Speech

1. The Academic Calendar had been prepared by IQAC at the beginning of the session in which College Week was included. That means College Week is an important occasion for the College which implies that students and staff alike should be involved.

2. Education, being an all round development implies that students should have healthy balance of mind and body, required for the academics as well as physical fitness. However, we tend to have imbalance activities in which we always have less time for the academics. Therefore, I do hope that being in a science institution, we should study more than those in the arts classes as the subject imposed on us.

3. Development in College Campus: New Campus at Durtlang is being developed where constructions are already finished for Library building, Academic Block I, Laboratory and 2 Hostels for Boys and Girls separately. Academic Block II DPR is ready and contractor is ready to start construction. We hope to have high class buildings and infrastructure in the new campus.

          Hostel are being prepared for accomodating Boys and Girls in the new session. Electricity and water connections will be ready soon and furnitures like beds, shelves etc. will be made soon. We hope to accommodate those coming from outside Aizawl very soon.

3. A word of Caution and Displine to those who default College Rules: No smoking and no drinking nor trouble making during College Week. Defaulters can be punished upto expulsion from the college.

4. Opening of College Week: I, therefore, for the integrity and full cooperation, sound mind and healthy body, for better academic output,I open this college Week.

Mission Statement

Govt. Zirtiri Residential Science College has been established by the government to be the first science college with a view to cater to the need for undergraduate-level science education in Mizoram. The college has endeavoured to execute and disseminate quality education in various fields of science and technology. 

Goals & Objectives

The principle goal is to cater to the need for higher learning in the college level in various fields of science education in Mizoram. It is envisaged that the knowledge and skills gained from the institution, with the degree obtained, would facilitate students for future employment opportunities. The main objectives of the college are:

  1. To be at par with esteemed colleges outside the state in terms of teaching-learning process and, also in terms of research output.
  2. To continuously strive to provide a platform for more choices and opportunities, particularly for students who cannot afford to pursue higher studies elsewhere.

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  • Principal
  • Govt. Zirtiri Residential Science College
  • Ramthar Veng, Aizawl - Mizoram

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