Education Department

Department of Education

In the year 2016, Synod College achieved another milestone by introducing the Post Graduate Course (Master’s Degree) in Political Science. This programme (M.A Political Science) is affiliated to the North-Eastern Hill University. The seats for this course are limited to a maximum of 50. The main objective of this course is to provide an opportunity for students to study at the higher level in the concerned department and also to give them a platform to delve deeper into their areas of interest within this discipline. An honours graduate in Political Science with a minimum of 45% of marks is eligible to apply. The fifth batch of students, session 2020-21 will commence classes in the month of November 2020. This M.A. Programme is based on a four-semester system with two-semesters of orientation and basic courses (core courses) to be completed within the first one-year period, followed by two semesters of specialization to be covered in the following year. The evaluation of the students is made at two levels: (a) sessional evaluation (25%) consisting of tests, writing of term papers and semester seminar presentation during the course work of the semester (b) The external evaluation (75%) is made to assess the performance of the students in the final examination, at the end of the semester.

Sl No Name Designation Date of Joining
1 Edelbert B Majaw Assistant Professor 2014-06-02 Profile
2 Riyameka Lapasam Assistant Professor 2017-08-21 Profile
3 Baldwin B. Sumer Assistant Professor 2019-07-03 Profile
4 Dr. Ayophika Wallang Pahsyntiew Assistant Professor 2020-10-01 Profile