Cotton College, which is one of the best educational institutions in the North-eastern region of the country, considers it to be its duty to serve and strengthen the society of which it is a part. In addition to providing the students the state-of-the art equipment and specialized knowledge in the subjects of their choice, the college has always been trying to inculcate in them a sense of social responsibility. Equipped with the active, young and bright human resource, the college has constituted a “Social Responsibility Cell” with representatives from the faculty, staff and students.

The goals of the cell are to

  • prepare the students to contribute positively to the community,
  • promote human values,
  • disseminate knowledge for the benefit of the society and the environment,
  • work for the underprivileged section.

Different forums like Women’s’ Forum, Eco Club, Heritage Club, NCC, NSS, Photography Club carry out their various activities under the banner of Cotton College Social Responsibility Cell.

The cell organizes a number of outreach activities, such as conducting awareness camps, offering counseling and remedial teaching for the weaker students, providing financial support to students working on current issues, supplying educational stationeries to schools in the remote and tribal dominated areas, providing relief during natural disasters, etc. The cell has established tie-ups with non-governmental organizations (NGOs) working in the areas of conservation of environment, eco restoration, etc. to enable the interested members to undertake joint programmes.


Cotton College Women’s Forum (CCWF)


Cotton College Photography Club (CCPC)

  CCWF celebrated its Foundation Day on 5th March, 2016 by organizing the Annual Parual Phukan Memorial Lecture which was delivered by noted educationist and social activitist Smt Mitali Barthakur on the theme ‘Meditation and Modernism’   The Cotton College Photography Club had the distinction of being invited to participate in Metropolis , a prestigious annual winter festival of Assam held during 8th -10th Jan. 2016 at Nehru Park, Guwahati
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Cotton College Eco club


International Yoga Day


Cotton College Social Responsibility Cell under the initiative of Cotton College Eco-Club  had  successfully organized a sensitization programme  cum workshop on ‘’Healthy and Eco-Friendly Holi” in collaboration  with ENVIS Assam under  Assam Science, Technology and Environment Council  on 18th  March 2016 to create awareness among the students about the harmful effects of the synthetic chemicals used in making the colours widely used during holi and also to demonstrate the use of natural colours as an alternative.   On behalf of ASTEC, Mr Jaideep Baruah, Co-ordinator ENVIS Assam and  Ms Manisha  Sharma, Senior Programme Officer, ENVIS Centre Assam were present in the occasion.


The Cotton College Yoga Club in association with Vivekananda Kendra Institute of Culture, Uzanbazar, Guwahati celebrated International Yoga Day on 21st June, 2016 at Dr. T. Ao Indoor Stadium, Cotton College. There were around 100 participants comprising teaching fraternity, non-teaching staff, college students.