Teaching staff of Rangia T. T. College

"At Rangia Teacher Training College, our dedicated and experienced teaching staff are committed to providing students with the highest quality education. With a wealth of knowledge and expertise, our faculty members are dedicated to helping students reach their full potential. Equipped with the latest resources and technology, our classrooms and multipurpose halls create an environment of learning and discovery. Our state-of-the-art science and psychological laboratories provide hands-on experiences, while our ICT Lab equips students with the skills they need to succeed in a digital world. In addition, our team of educators offer extracurricular activities, student support services, and career services to support the holistic development of our students. Join our community of dedicated educators at Rangia Teacher Training College, where together we will shape the future of education."

Staff Profile

Dr. Namita Haloi

Dr. Mir Sofiur Rahman Choudhury

Name: Dr. Mir Sofiur Rahman Choudhury
Designation: Assistant Professor
Father’s name: Mir Jahurul Hoque Choudhury
Mother’s name: Sakina Begum Choudhury
Address: Bidynagar, P.O.-Garigaon, Guwahati-12,Dist. Kamrup(M) Assam,India,Pin-781012
Mobile No.: 9864156861
Email: [email protected]
Sex: Male
Marital status: Married
Nationality: Indian
Religion: Islam

Academic Qualifications

M.A.(education),M.A.(Political Science) B.Ed., B.C.J.,M.Phil.,Ph.D

Research/Fellowship
Publications/Seminar/Workshops/Social Engagement/Paper presentation

“Conferences/Seminar/Webinar /Colloquium Attended

01 28.06.2004 International Humanitarian Law and Conflict Reporting Participants GU Indian Red Cross society

02 22 & 23rd Mar.2013 Quality Concerns in Teacher Education Programme: Challenges and Opportunities Paper presenter Bajali T T College CDC, GU & Education Deptt. GU

03 1st & 2nd April 2013 An Analysis to Redesign B.Ed. Syllabus in the light of NCEFT 20009 Participants Banikanta IASE Banikanta IASE

04 24 &25th April 2013 Present Status of professional satisfaction and employability of Rural women Teachers in Noth East India with special reference to Kamrup District Paper presenter Raha College UGC

05 6th April.2013 Restructuring of B.Ed. Syllabus G.U. Participants Rangia T T College RTTC & CDC(GU)

06 22 & 23rd Mar.2013 Quality Concerns in Teacher Education Programme: Challenges and Opportunities Paper presenter Bajali T T College CDC, GU & Education Deptt. GU

07 19 & 20th Sept. 2014 Impact of ICT on Examination refoms in Indian Universities with special focus on Assam Paper presenter Nabajyoti College UGC

08 19th Jan.2015 Job Stress of Teachers in relation of their Home Environment Among rural Primary Schools in Assam Paper presenter Bhawanipur A. College B.A.College with Rajib Gandhi National Institute of youth Development

09 20th Jan.2015 Inclusion in education: Issues and Challenges Participants Rangia College UGC
28&29th Dec.2016 Education for Empowerment of Women and Human Rights Paper presenter Harendra Chitra College UGC

10 6& 7th Feb.2017 Women Empowerment : Problem and Prospects Paper presenter Bhawanipur A.College UGC

11 10& 11th Feb.2017 Role of Indigenous knowledge for human resource Development and information technology on library users Paper presenter Bhawanipur A. College UGC

12 16.03.2017 Understanding Value Orientation Through Teacher Education Paper presenter Bajali T.T.College Bajali T T college

13 06.07.2020 Emergence of New Opportunity in Education System Participants Webinar Kalaguru Bishnu Rabha College & Mazbat College

14 17.07.2020 Covid-19 and global change-in the society and Politics Participants Education Deptt. Mazbat College Education Deptt. Mazbat College

15 06.09.2020 The concept of Mass Education in the Teachings of the Bhakti Movement with special Reference to the Works of Srimanta Sakardeva and Guru Nanak Dev. Participants Webinar KKHSOU