about D. M. College of Science, the only Cadre A -Science college in the State came into being in the year 1975 with the birfucation of the parent Dhanamanjari College (estd.1946) that continued to florished and enjoy the national status, a rare ans eviable honour achieve by a degree collage in the nort east part of the country. As the history goes by, the D.M. College was establish after a protracted but a determined effort since about 1939-40 on the part of a group of local esthusiasts with virson and strong desire, love and zeal for imparting higher and quality education in their own State. Notable among them was Maharani Dhanamanjari Devi who generously donated and substantail among a rupees ten thousand that worths a king’s ransom by that time and also persuaded Maharaj Churchand Singh ,KCSI, CBE, to patronise the establishment of such an instutition, the first of its kinds in the state. The name of the college as Dhanamanjari College was rightly given after the Maharani in recognition of the valuable service rendered by her. In 1948 the college came under the management of the state.

History of the College

With a view to impart higher education to the people of Manipur the Dhanamanjari College, for short, the D.M. College, was established on Tuesday, the 6th August 1946 with the generous donation of a sum of Rs. 10,000 (Rupees ten thousand) only by the Dowager Queen, Dhanamanjuri Devi of Manipur.

The D.M. College was for the first time affiliated to the Calcutta University in 1946.

In August 1949 this College was affiliated to Gauhati University. During the period between 1949 and 1981, the College emerged as one of the most popular Colleges of the North East India by way of capturing top positions in most of the disciplines over and above their superb performances in sports and other co-curricular activities.

In 1981, it was affiliated to Manipur University.

In 1972 the post -graduate classes got merged with the Jawaharlal Nehru University Centre, Imphal which was later on shifted to Canchipur, the present site of the Manipur University .

Profile of the College

  1. With a view to impart higher education to the people of Manipur the Dhanamanjari College, for short,  the D.M. College, was established on Tuesday, the 6th August 1946 with the generous donation of  a sum of Rs. 10,000 (Rupees ten thousand) only by the Dowager  Queen,  Dhanamanjari Devi of Manipur.
  2. The D.M. College was for the first time affiliated to the Calcutta University in 1946.
  3. In August 1949  this College was affiliated to Gauhati University. During the period between 1949 and 1981, the College emerged as one of the most popular Colleges of the North East India by way of capturing top positions in most of the disciplines over and above their superb performances in sports and other co-curricular activities.
  4. In 1981,  it was affiliated to Manipur University.
  5. During 1960’s, in addition to the undergraduate classes in science, arts and commerce, it had post-graduate classes in Mathematics, Economics and History.  The post-graduate classes were held in the early hours of the evening.
  6. In 1972 the post -graduate classes got merged with the Jawaharlal Nehru University Centre, Imphal which was later on shifted to Canchipur, the present site of the Manipur University .
  7. In 1975 the D.M. College was bifurcated into the D.M. College of Science and D.M. College of Arts and Commerce.
  8. In 1996 the D.M. College of Arts and Commerce was  again bifurcated into the D.M. College of Arts and D. M. College of Commerce.
  9. The D.M. College of Science still continues to occupy the original buildings of the Dhanamanjari College. Most of the assets of the erstwhile D.M. College are still in the possession of this College.
  10. In 1972, the Department of Education of this college became the nucleus for teachers’ education in this State. It flourished as a separate institution under the name : Post-graduate  Training College which was renamed as D.M. College of Teachers’ Education in 1996.
  11. Post graduate courses were again reintroduced by the Government of Manipur in 1995 in the subjects, viz., Anthropology, Life Sciences (Zoology),Life Sciences (Botany) and Mathematics.

College Campus

 

campusThe College is situated in the heart of the Imphal City. The spacious D.M. College campus was earmarked by Manipur State Council, in its resolution No. 25 of 28th July, 1947 under the agenda no. item 25 as we quote “Resolved that the area bounded by Dimapur Road on the East, Thangmeiband Road on the West & North and Naga River on the South be alloted rent free to the Dhanamanjuri College on reversion to the State. Further resolved that the area should be reserved solely for the purpose of the college or such other educational institutions as may be sanctioned by the Council from time to time”.

 

Academic Calender

Manipur University Canchipur, Imphal
AnnexureI

COURSE STRUCTURE for Undergraduate Courses: BA/B Sc/B Com

Semester I

Semester II

Foundation Course (General English) FC-1 Foundation Course (General English) FC-2
1st  Elective Et-101 1stElective E1-202
2nd  Elective E2-101 2nd  Elective E.2-202
3rd Elective E3-101 3rd  Elective F3-202

Semester III

Semester IV

Foundation Course (Environmental Studies)

FC-3

Foundation Course (Environmental Studies)

FC-4

Elective

E1-303

Elective

E1-404

Elective

E2-3O3

Elective

E2-4O4

Elective

E3-3O3

Elective

E3-4O4

Semester V

Semester VI

Honours Paper*

(H)-5O5

Honours Paper*

(H)-608

(H)-5O6

H)-6O9

(H)-5O7

(H)-610

*    The Honours subject shall be one of the Electives offered in the previous semesters. Note:

  1. Each paper will carry 100 marks and shall be evaluated at the end semester examination.
    The examination of a paper will be of three hours duration.
  2. Foundation Courses shall be non-credit courses.
3. Teaching Seasons Inter    College    Sports/     Festivals Examination
Odd Semesters – July (1st      week) – October (4th  week) November November-December
Even Semesters – January     (1st week) – April (3rd  week) May
4.   Each college should maintain seven working hours a day.