Career Guidance and Information Centre (CGIC) National Seminar on ‘Quest for Career Opportunities in Humanities and Social Science Study: Problems and Prospects of Northeast India’

Career Guidance and Information Centre (CGIC)

In Collaboration with

Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) of

B.P. Chaliha College, Nagarbera

is organizing a National Seminar on

‘Quest for Career Opportunities in Humanities and Social Science Study: Problems and Prospects of Northeast India’

Sponsored by Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR-NERC)

Date: 9th – 10th June, 2022

B.P. Chaliha College, Nagarbera (Affiliated to Gauhati University)

Kamrup, Assam (India) Pin-781127

E-mail: [email protected]

It gives us immense pleasure to inform you that the B.P. Chaliha College, Nagarbera is celebrating it’s glorious Golden Jubilee Year from Aug, 2021 to Aug, 2022. In connection with this the Career Guidance and Information Centre (CGIC) of the college in collaboration with Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) is organizing an ICSSR (NERC) sponsored National Seminar on the topic “Quest for Career Opportunities in Humanities and Social Science Study: Problems and Prospects of Northeast India” dated 9th-10th June, 2022.

The organizing committee solicits your active participation and cordially invites you to contribute research findings/paper(s) so as to make the seminar a grand success.

About the College:

B. P. Chaliha College, Nagarbera was born in an auspicious moment in the year 1972 in the sylvan setting of Nagarbera, embraced by the sweet flowing river Jaljali on the eastern side and a vast expanse of green field on the western side.

The College was aptly named after the Ex-Chief Minister Late Bimala Prasad Chaliha, an illustrious son and an architect of modern Assam. The College is situated on the south west corner of Kamrup district and extends its grasp over two other neighboring districts – Barpeta and Goalpara.

In addition to catering to the need of higher education in Kamrup district, it also promotes knowledge and skill among the vast mass of socio-economically disadvantaged people of greater Nagarbera area.

The College strives to achieve excellence in every possible human endeavor. Presently the College is a full-fledged one with Arts, Science and Commerce streams. It has been offering Honours courses in fourteen different subjects besides the HS (Arts and Science) and certificate courses.

About the Seminar:

With the rise of globalization and enhancement of children-parent education, quest for healthy employment opportunity is a current societal trend. Parents, students and teachers too continuously rummage around for new white coloured jobs for the maintenance of standard of modern life.

Traditionally people paid more attention to medical and engineering professions but presently the scenario has changed. Many reputed MNCs, NGOs and international institutions are expanding their base and subsequently demand for Social Scientists including Economists, Policy Makers, Managers, Psychologists, Philosophers, Counselors, Social workers and Good Speakers has been rising.

Those institutions, companies and organizations provide a handsome amount of emoluments from the day one of job appointment. Besides, in such jobs scope for capacity enhancement, flexibility in postings and tours, family safety and security measures are high and increases continuously throughout the job life and attainment of seniority.

On the other hand, due to Covid-19 complexities and life threatening issues, medical professionals and other technical persons are finding difficulty in their own way and shifting jobs to management and other sciences.

At this juncture, the spacious Humanities and Social Science study is providing varieties of new opportunities besides the traditionally run options. Under the ensuing New Education Policy (NEP) prospect of Humanities and Social Science Study is expected to be very high in India.

Northeastern region (NER) of India is not only abundant in natural settings but also a significant knowledge area of East and SouthEast Asia. Reputed academic institutions of Northeast including IIT, IIM, IIIT, IIHM, AIIMS, NITs, Polytechnics and Central-State Universities have been producing manpower since the independence.

Skills enhancing professional institutions are also contributing a lot. Northeast India is also the pool of English speaking young people whereas there is dearth for the same in central India.

But significantly, NER is geographically land locked and more than the 98 percent land boundary of the region shares borders with the foreign countries (China, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Myanmar and Nepal). Thus there is prospect for choosing a career in Humanities and Social Sciences in NE India.

Main objective of this upcoming national event is to give a podium to thrash out the plethora of issues related to education and career opportunities in Humanities and Social Science Study in NE India.

Findings of the seminar will be prepared in a hard bound form and submitted accordingly to government houses for policy purposes.

Hence, all the respected faculty members, research scholars, students, academic administrators, policy makers and professionals are invited to participate in the upcoming national event and requested to share their research findings/perceptions including challenges for better career choice of our uses.

Main Theme: ‘Quest for Career opportunities in Humanities and Social Science Study: Problems and Prospects of Northeast India’


  • Theoretical aspects of Humanities and Social Science study
  • Status/trend of Humanities and Social Science as School/College Subject
  • Career Opportunities in different subjects of Humanities and Social Science
  • Science, Humanities and Social Science
  • Northeastern part of India: Subject wise Prospects and Problems
  • Methodological Approaches to Humanities and Social Science Research
  • Covid-19, Online Education and changing scenario of Career Opportunities
  • New Education Policy (NEP) and future Prospect/challenges
  • Any other issue/s related to the main theme of the Seminar Guidelines for paper submission:
  • Original contributions to the main theme or any of the sub themes are invited from university/college Teachers, Research Scholars, Professionals and Students of different disciplines.
  • Both Abstract and Full Paper must be composed in MS Word, Times New Roman (12 Point, 1.5 spacing) in A4 size paper.
  • References should be given at the end of the paper and should be as per the APA format.
  • Maximum word limit for Abstract is 300 words and full paper is 3000 words.
  • Name, designation, institutional address, mobile no. and e-mail id of Author/s must be available with the Abstract & Full paper.
  • Abstract and full paper should be forwarded to the given email id within the specified dates only

Important dates: Career Guidance and Information Centre

Last date of Submission of Abstract: 25th May, 2022

Date of Intimation and acceptance: 28th May, 2022

Last date of Submission of Full Paper: 3rd June, 2022

Date of Seminar: 9th – 10th June, 2022

Registration Link and Payment:

Each participant should confirm their online registration by paying the fees as follows- Google link:

Registration Fee:

Participants with Paper: 1000.00 INR

Participants without Paper: 500.00 INR

Students: 200.00 INR

Payment Details:

Name of the Bank: Central Bank of India, Nagarbera Branch Account Name: Career Guidance and Information Centre (CGIC) Account Number: 5226143447

IFSC Code: CBIN0283215 MICR Code: 781016463

Branch Code: 283215

  • The seminar is to be held in blended mode. Participants from outside of Assam may preferably choose online mode.
    • Selected full papers of the Seminar are to be published by a reputed National level publisher with ISBN.


Dr. Trailokya Deka, Convener Seminar Organizing Committee E-mail: [email protected]

B.P. Chaliha College, Nagarbera Kamrup (Assam), India Pin- 781127

Mobile: 9864917157, 8638490233, 9954200401, 9957957640, 6002122810

Organizing Committee:

Prof. S.C. Thakuria, President, Governing Body, Chief Patron

Prof. Noor Alam, President, Teachers Unit, Patron

Dr. B.B. Panda, Principal, Chairman

Dr. Binay Krishna Medhi, Co-ordinator, IQAC, Advisor

Dr. A. Salam, Associate Professor, Advisor

Prof. A. Jabbar, Associate Professor, Advisor

Dr. Trailokya Deka, Counseling Officer, CGIC, Convener

Dr. Alaka Hujuri, Associate Professor, Academic Member

Dr. Manash Jyoti Deka, Assistant Professor, Academic Member

Dr. Biman Lahkar, Assistant Professor, Academic Member

Mr. S. Kalita, Head Assistant, BPCC, Associate Member

Dr. S.B.N. Das, Assistant Professor, Executive Member

Dr. A. J. Borah, Assistant Professor, Executive Member

Dr. Diganta Kalita, Assistant Professor, Executive Member

Prof. S. B. Choudhury, Assistant Professor, Executive Member

Prof. Inku Devi, Assistant Professor, Executive Member

Prof. Bidyut Dutta, Assistant Professor, Executive Member

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