The Department of Computer Science started functioning from 2018 with Mrs. Chayanika Sarmah as its founding teacher. The department presently operates as a self-financing programme and offers  both  honors and regular courses. The department now consists of two faculty members, namely Mrs. Chayanika Sarmah and Mrs. Rituparna Borah.

The department equipped with sophisticated computer lab for teaching-learning purposes thereby imparting practical training to the existing students. Students of all the three streams of Science, Arts and Commerce can opt for courses in this department. The introduction of SEC (Skill Enhancement Course) in the CBCS syllabus has increased the number of students from outside the Science stream.


A workshop on Tally Courses held for the Non-Teaching staff of the college. (Date)

Faculty Profile

M.Tech (IT), (institution)

Assistant Professor

E-mail  – [email protected]

Specialization – Image Processing/Data Mining

Research Interest – Cancer cell detection using different data mining and image processing techniques

Publication –

  • “Analysis of MGG stain images for detection of breast malignant cells in FNAC” Volume 4,Issue 6,june 2014.Available online at
  • “Analysis of Breast cancer cell based on hyperchromatic crowded group using multiple techniques of data mining”ISSN:2277-128X(volume-8,Issue-10) .Available online at

M.Tech (IT) (Institution)

      Assistant Professor

E-mail – [email protected]

Specialization – Computer Networks

Research Interest –  NLP, Networks, LTE

Publication :

1.Epsita Medhi, Rituparna Borah, Satyajit Sharma, “SECURITY IN 3GPP LTE A SURVEY”, Conference Proceeding, GESM’14, Gauhati University 2014, (ISBN N0:978-81- 921779-0-8)

2 Parismita Gogoi, Rituparna Borah, Ankur Sarma, Bhargabjyoti Saikia “ON THE EVOLUTION OF DOWNLINK PHYSICAL LAYER IN MULTI-ANTENNA 3GPP LTE/LTE-A”, Published and presented in IEEE sponsored ISACC 2015, Assam University, Silchar – 11, 14 – 15 September, 2015.

3.Darshana Kaushik, Rituparna Borah, Parismita Gogoi “3GPP LTE Downlink PHY transceiver using Closed-loop Spatial Multiplexing in Frequency Selective Fading Environment”, Intenational Journal of Computer Applications, IJCA (Accepted on 5th January 2016)