Language LabIT Enabled ClassroomNIELIT CenterIGNOU CenterSatellite CampusFitness CenterRUSAHostel


Government Hrangbana College has three (3) campuses. 
  1. The Main campus which is situated in Chanmari, Aizawl. 
  2. Satellite Campus
  3. Belleimual Site/Campus
BELLEIMUAL SITE: Situated at Chanmari West, Belleimual site is a proposed site for construction of campus. The college is undergoing projects to open new courses with new auditorium, sports infrastucture etc here in Belleimual. 

SATELLITE CAMPUSIt also has a satellite campus which was constructed using funds received from UGC and is located at Muthi Village. Even though this satellite campus may be located in a different part of the city, the intension was to open different courses such as Vocational Courses, Partime Courses or may be utilised for Incubation center etc and is still under construction . 


The Main campus is situated in the heart of the city. The distance to the college from the State airport is 30 km. The college has an excellent infrastructure and accessibility from various parts of the city. The college has a well designed administrative block and various other rooms and facilities for the students such as girls common room and boys common room, waiting room, etc.

It has provided well equipped furnished labs as per the norms of AICTE & University. Each section of students has separate classrooms and facilities as per the norms of the AICTE. Class rooms are well furnished and ventilated. Online Class Room is provided with all teaching aids, Slide Projector, LCD Projector, Video Camera, Still Camera, Multimedia Computer, Audio Systems, etc., in order to ensure overall development of students.

The students have all the facilities for games and sports. Adequate infrastructure are provided for indoor and outdoor games and extra-curricular activities. A canteen with both vegetarian and non-vegetarian food is also available in the college campus.

The college building has made more provisions for the expansion. Other facility consists of Auditorium , Conference Hall etc. GHBC provides bus facility for students to commute from different parts of the city.

Alumni Arena

GHBC strives to provide the best possible facilities to enable our students to benefit from a modern learning environment and enjoy their educational experience. We offer adequate facilities suitable for the specific subject areas taught with students’ comfort and welfare in mind. These include the following:


There are 20 class rooms sufficient to conduct all the courses in one shift of the day.

Our modern lecture and seminar rooms have fitted with latest multimedia technology including Wireless overhead Projectors, etc with the necessary technology that allow remote access to live lectures.

All classrooms are equipped with LCD/LED projectors. There are free wi-fi zones within the campus especially for the students, and each faculty rooms are wi-fi enabled. Wired internet is also available within the campus.



Our conference hall has a high quality sound equipment with ultramodern teaching facilities. The entire campus has a fibre optic broadband throughout the building.


We have a learning resource centre with a good range of print and electronic publications and an Information Communication Technology (ICT) suite with high bandwidth internet access. Students can use these computers for as long as they are in the College to access our full range of online library resources, the Virtual Learning Environment and research information for their assignments.

The Centre is open for the students on all working days. It provides access to the Internet and caters to the very need of the students in the field of information technology.


Modern language labs are known by many names, digital language lab, foreign language lab, English language lab, multimedia language lab, language media center, and multimedia learning center to name but a few. These various name usually refer to the same concept.

A language laboratory is a system that transforms a passive language class into an active speaking-based learning environment. This helps the language teacher to save a substantial amount of time and manage their language classes more efficiently. For students this means that they can spend more time on speaking-based language learning activities and actually using the target language.

GHBC Language Laboratory is equipped with 19 + 1 computers programmed with the latest technology in language- learning software -SONAKO and is extensively used by the Department of English to conduct language classes.


The college has one state-of -the-art computer laboratory with 30 computer systems running windows10 OS.This Laboratory is used by Department of Commerce to have their practical classes , for training the Students and for academic programmes.


We have specially designed spaces for you to work, network or take it easy. Here are some of our student favourites.

Student Common Rooms

The College has a spacious Students’ Common Room well-equipped with various indoor games materials where the students can spend their leisure.


Meet for a meal, or just chill at any of the two student canteens . There are hot and cold drinks and a range of great quality and nutritious snacks available to students at affordable prices. Free water dispensers are also provided at vantage points throughout both campuses. We make sure our food options support a sustainable environment too by recycling all plastics and using covered paper caps for hot drinks.

Alumni Arena

We’ve spaces in front of our main campus to eat lunch or relax during the summer.  It is a unique place to hold open and interesting discussions with colleagues and staff alike. This location is uniquely suited for students who would like to explore the ideas and to meet each others during free times.


Counselling for the students those who are in need

First Aid facility is available in the campus, College Nurse is available in the campus. Medical help from local hospitals is arranged as and when necessary.

Students’ UNION:
The Students’ Union play a vital role to look after the interests of students. Elected Students Union Leaders and Principal as Ex-Officio President look after the affairs of the Students’ Union.

Co-curricular ACTIVITIES:
The following co-curricular activities are undertaken by the College to achieve qualitative education and to develop leadership quality.
(a) National Service Scheme (NSS) : Programme Officers look after all the activities of NSS with the help of active participation of NSS Volunteers (Students)
(b) National Cadet Corps (NCC) : NCC Cadets participate in various NCC programmes under the supervision of Associate NCC Officers (ANO).
(c) Adventure Club: Participate in trekking, mountain climbing, canoeing and in different cultural activities.
(c) Students Self Support Union : Elected students and Professor-in- Charge search for immediate employment opportunities to meet the financial needs of the improvise students. .
(d) Students’ Evangelical Union : Spiritual guidance and counselling is provided by the SEU to their peers. Various activities for spiritual upliftment are undertaken by the SEU.

Learning Centers

This study centre is offers a variety of courses in which students can pursue Under Graduate and Post Graduate studies.

Remedial coaching centre
The college provides Remedial Coaching classes outside the regular time table for the improvement of academic skills and linguistic proficiency of the students in various subjects.

Coaching classes for entry in services:
To prepare students belonging to SC/ST and minor communities to get gainful employment in central and other services, coaching classes is opened. The coaching is oriented for particular examination such as IAS, State Public Services, Bank Recruitment, etc.

Transportation / College Bus

Language Lab

Modern language labs are known by many names, digital language lab, foreign language lab, English language lab, multimedia language lab, language media center, and multimedia learning center to name but a few. These various name usually refer to the same concept.

A language laboratory is a system that transforms a passive language class into an active speaking-based learning environment. This helps the language teacher to save a substantial amount of time and manage their language classes more efficiently. For students this means that they can spend more time on speaking-based language learning activities and actually using the target language.

Our Language lab provides a diverse experience from the conventional system of teaching and learning English language communication skills and offers advanced features such as authentic recorded materials, spoken by different native speakers, that expose the students to the near – ideal pronunciation of native speakers.

Orthophonic devices are used to augment language competence through course materials such as pronunciation drills, grammar exercises and listening tasks. The English language lab has the facility for 19+1 users programmed with the latest technology in language- learning software -SONAKO and provides course materials from BBC English, Cambridge English and so on. The facilities of the Language Lab were used extensively by General English students for training as part of their first semester course “Communication Skills in English” which had an Oral Test component. Students were trained on developing their listening and speaking skills with special sessions that focused on pronunciation and communication competence. 

A blended methodology of language teaching is adopted in the language lab with the teacher explaining the language concepts, guiding the students through the different modules and then the students proceeding to practice them individually at their own computer systems in the lab. 

Thus the students learn more comprehensively through the use of the English language lab as it caters to the following objectives in the teaching learning experience:

Facilitated Self Learning: The learning is teacher assisted at the outset with the teacher introducing the course materials and then it proceeds to self guided independent learning where the students can individually focus and practice on language skills that they are less proficient in.

Complimentary Learning: The English language lab allows students to reinforce the subject modules learnt during their classroom lectures and practice the tasks/exercises proactively through interactive activities.

Monitoring and Evaluation: Teachers get to monitor student lab activities and receive instant reports on their performance in tasks/exercises which can be utilized to customize the teaching and learning activities to maximize language competence in the lab and in the classroom.

NIELIT Study Center

National Institute of Electronics & Information Technology (NIELIT), an Autonomous Scientific Society under the administrative control of Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology (MoE&IT) Government of India, was set up to carry out Human Resource Development and related activities. 


    •       Disseminate knowledge on all aspects of IT and Electronics.

    •       Provide Quality Education and Training to prepare individuals for technology driven business environment effectively.

    •       Provide quality education to participants for upgrading their technical skills in an environment that is conducive to learning by providing good infrastructure.

    •       Provide continuing support to learners and trainers through design and development of innovative curricula for meeting the dynamically changing IECT scenarios.

  •    To impart continuing education for upgradation of knowledge and skills in view of high obsolesce in the area of IECT. 

GHBC NIELIT Study Center was established in the year 2010. Since its inception, many students have enrolled to sudy computer course such as CCC,DCA and other certificate courses.

The center has 40 computer systems with two instructors available during office hour.

NIELIT Aizawl Admission Process:

The admission process of NIELIT Aizawl for various courses is mentioned below:

  • For short-term courses, the institute offers admission on a first-come, first-serve basis
  • NIELIT Aizawl formal courses admission is based on an entrance test conducted by Mizoram University
  • The application process is available through offline mode only

Students of GHBC can avail free CCC courses under the professional guidance of NIELIT staff in GHBC NIELIT Center. Faculties are also given short term courses and trainings as and when necessary. Seminars and Workshops are also conducted by NIELIT staff in the college campus.

NIELIT Coordinator
Dr Zothanzami9436142207

For technical information,kindly contact:

Sir Teboiha- 91 89744 18715

Indira Gandhi National Open University: Hrangbana College Study Centre

Centre Code: 1907

Address: Chanmari, AizawlPin-796007

Date of Establishment: 01-02-2000

Office Contact No: 0389-2347739

Coordinator: Darchuailova Renthlei (Ph-9436199317)

No. of Counsellors: 21

I.Objectives of the University: 

The Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU), established by an Act of Parliament in 1985, has continuously striven to build an inclusive knowledge society through inclusive education. It has tried to increase the Gross Enrollment Ratio (GER) by offering high-quality teaching through the Open and Distance Learning (ODL) mode.

The mandate of the University is to:

  • Provide access to higher education to all segments of the society;
  • Offer high-quality, innovative and need-based programmes at different levels, to all those who require them;
  • Reach out to the disadvantaged by offering programmes in all parts of the country at affordable costs; and
  • Promote, coordinate and regulate the standards of education offered through open and distance learning in the country.
  • To achieve the twin objectives of widening access for all sections of society and providing continual professional development and training to all sectors of the economy, the University uses a variety of media and latest technology in imparting education.

II.Courses Offer in the Centre:

1. Bachelor Preparatory Programme (BPP)- Six month Course.

Fees: Rs.1000 per programme.

2. UG - Bachelor Degree Programme (BDP)- Three year degree programme.

Fees: Rs.2000 per year.

3. PG - M.Com, English (MEG), Political Science (MPS) and History (MAH)- Two year degree programme.

Fees: Rs.4500 per year.

Fees: Rs.5500 per year (For M.Com only)


A.Admission-1. July Session: During the month of March.

2. January Session: During the month September.

Induction/Orientation programme has been conducted in the beginning of every session for the newly admitted students.

B.Examination-Two Term End Examination (TEE) is conducted every year in the month of June and December. Examination Fees is Rs.120 per paper.

1. Filling-up of Examination Form: (a) For June TEE usually during the month of March subject to the notification of the University from time to time.

(b) For December TEE generally during the month of September subject to the notification of the University from time to time.

2. Submission of Home Assignment: (a) For July Session during the month of March.

(b) For January Session during the month of September.

C.Counseling Class-Counseling classes are conducted in every Saturday in the month of March, April, May and August, September October depending on the availability of funds.

IV.Achievement/Success Story

1. Good number of students study in the Centre-1907 has been placed in Government jobs and a significant numbers also becomes successful entrepreneurs.

Programs available at Govt. Hrangbana College IGNOU Study Center

Satellite Campus

With  funds received from RUSA, a Satellite campus was constructed at Muthi. Even though this branch campus may be located in a different city,the intension was to open different couses such as Vocational Courses, Partime Courses or may be utilised for Incubation center etc. 

The campus is located at Muthi khua, near Muthi Park where GHBC Boys hostel was also constructed there. Construction work is still going on.

Fitness Center

Improve quality of life by adopting, maintaining, or increasing daily physical activity in a fitness setting. Examine the importance of both strength and cardiovascular training in maintaining healthy body composition. The Fitness Center family of courses emphasize lifting techniques, safe operation of exercise machines, gym etiquette, fundamental exercises for each muscle group, basic human anatomy as it relates to the student’s fitness/health goals.

It was established in 2016. The center aims to provide quality recreational and fitness activities for students, faculties and staff in a user friendly environment. 

New equipments including cardio machines, weight machines and free weights are purchased to provide facilities for balanced exercise. 

The center is located at the 5th floor of the  Building. It is open all throughout the day. Membership is open for all students, faculties and staff at free of cost. Those who wishes to become a member must follow the user instructions laid down by the Fitness Club.

Rashtriya Uchchatar Shiksha Abhiyan (RUSA)

Rashtriya Uchchatar Shiksha Abhiyan ( RUSA ) i.e. , National Higher Education Mission is a Centrally Sponsored Scheme ( CSS ) proposed by the Ministry of Human Resource Development ( MHRD ) to ensure holistic planning at the state level and enhancement of allocations of funds for the state institutions for the 12th and 13th plan perions. The National Development Council and the Central Advisory Board on Education ( CABE ) approved the RUSA scheme and with the approval of the Cabinet Committee on Economics Affairs ( CCEA ) on 3rd October 2013, RUSA became the final tier of the CSSs of the MHRD.

The 12th plan lays out the following as the objectives that must guide central, state and private institutions in the country:

1)Higher Education in India be brought in line with and at the frontiers of global trends in higher education and knowledge development.

2)Improvement in the overall quality of teaching-learning in average higher education institutions in the country.

3)Arresting and reversing the trend of group inequalities in access to quality higher education.

4)Creation of additional capacity for 10 million students from eligible age cohort to have access to higher education in a demand- driven manner and

5)Undertaking governance and regulating reforms that focus on institutional autonomy within a framework of accountability and build adaptive capacity of the system.

Govt. Hrangbana College has been selected to be upgraded to a Model Degree College by the 4th Meeting of the Project Approval Board ( PAB ) of MHRD on 10th December 2014. As such the Board of Governors and Project Monitoring Unit for Govt. Hrangbana College were created vide No. B. 13033/1/03-HBC-2785 dated 12.8.2015 as under:


Chairman                              : Director, H&TE

Vice Chairman                     : Principal

Secretary                               : Mr. Vanlalpeka, Co-ordinator, RUSA

Assistant Secretary             : Mr. C. Lalhumbika, Asst. Co-ordinator, RUSA



1. Academic Activities          : Vice Principal

2. Civil Works etc.                  : Mr. Lalchangliana

3. Procurement                      : Dr. Lalbiakzuali

4. Financial Aspects              : Dr. Rohmingliani 

5. Equity Assurance 

     & Implementation              : Mr. C.Laldampuia

6. Y.M.A                                 : Mr. Lalhmachhuana, VP-CYMA

7. M.H.I.P                               : Pi T. Lalthangpuii, MHIP Hqrs


Nature of Work:

  1. To take all policy dimensions with regard to smooth, cost effective and                         timely implementation of the Institutional project.
  2. To form, supervise and guide various committees required for project  implementation and internal project monitoring.
  3. To ensure proper utilization of project fund and timely submission of Financial Management Reports (FMRs) and Utilization Certificates.
  4. To monitor progress in the carry out of all the proposal activities,  resolve bottlenecks, and enable the Institution to achieve targets for all key indicators.



Chairman                              : Principal

Secretary                               : Co-ordinator, RUSA

Asst. Secretary                     : Mr. C. Lalhumbika, Asst. Co-ordinator, RUSA

Members : 

1). All RUSA Nodal Officers              2) Prof. Kalyan Adak

3) Mr. B.Lalrawngbawla                   4) Dr.  Lalchatuana, Librarian

5) Head Assistant                              5) Vice President, Students’ Union

6) Er. David Sapzova

Nature of  Work

  1. Procurement of Goods, Works and Services.
  2. Financial Management.
  3. Implementation of faculty & Staff development, activities and programme
  4. Monitoring project implementation.

RUSA 1.0:

The Project Approval Board has approved the funding of Rs 400 lakhs to the College during 2014-2017. As per the RUSA guidelines the said grant amounting to Rs 400 lakhs is to be spent as under :

1.Creation of New facilities – new construction – Rs 140 lakhs i.e. 35% of the grant.

2.Renovation and Upgradation of existing facilities – Rs 140 lakhs i.e. 35% of the grant.

3.New Equipments / Facilities - Rs 120 lakhs i.e. 35% of the grant.

The College has so far received Rs 61.41 lakhs from RUSA scheme as under :

1.Rs 1 lakh received for Capacity Building on 30-9-2015 which had been utilized to conduct Seminar on RUSA scheme and choiced-Based Credit System introduced by Mizoram University and for setting up RUSA project Office etc.

2.Rs 50 lakhs received on 6-1-2016 for Civil works. This grant is being spent for the construction of vertical extension of the College building. The Mizoram Technocrats Company Pvt. Ltd. has signed memorandum of Understanding (MoU)with the State Project Directorate ( RUSA ) as the implementing agency of Civil Works. The said company has started the vertical extension work and the entire sanctioned amount received had been released to the Company.

3.Rs 10.41 lakhs received as 1st installment of Equity Initiative on 5-4-2016 has been released for construction of Language laboratory, conducting Personality Development and Communication Skills Development Seminar, for Organizing Equity and Gender Sensitization Workshop etc.

Boys Hostel

Govt. Hrangbana College Boys Hostel is located at Muthi Village, near Muthi Park on the outskirt of the Village. It will be opened for admission from 2023-24 session.

The Hostel provides some of the most remarkable facilities to its students as listed below: 

1. Mess Facility-The hostel mess which is run on contract basis, provides hygienic food and water with clean utensils and proper furniture for the boys to dine.  Periodic inspection will be done by the wardens and students representatives to maintain the standards and quality of the food items. 

2. Well ventilated and capacious rooms. 

3. 24x7  water supply and water tank clean regularly. 

4. First aid 24x7. 

5. Sports and Recreational Facilities. 

For more info, kindly contact the college  

Women Hostel

Govt. Hrangbana College Women Hostel was constructed in 2011-2012 at Durtlang with the financial assistance from UGC and MP LAD Fund. Womens Hostel was occupied by the students from the academic session 2012 – 2013. There are at present 32 seats for the students and Quarters for Hostel Superintendent, Hostel Cook and Chowkider, Visitors Room, Meeting Hall, Dining Hall and Bus Shed. In addition to this, inmates are provided with the indoor games facilities like – Table Tennis, Carrom Board, Chess, Chinese Checker, Drought Board etc. and Television.