MBB College
General information
Established in1958
Courses OfferedHonours & General
HODRatul Chakraborty
Associate Professors3
Paper Presentations20
Books / Book Chapters4
OC, RC & FDP17
Assistant Professors0
Postgraduate Teachers0
Guest Lecturers0
Brief Profile of the Department

The Department of Statistics was established in the year 1958. Prof. Rameswar Chakraborty was the founder-head of the department. This is the first ever department that pioneered teaching and learning of Statistics in the state of Tripura. The students of the department have been consistently doing well in the different Government as well as in Private Service sector in India and abroad also. The strength of the department, however, lies in its continual search for excellence and for its endeavour to adapt itself to the changing scenario of Statistics as a subject and to keep abreast with the best in the emerging fields.

Mission of the Department:

When the student joins college after school they are free to make their own choices which are very instrumental in changing their attitude towards life and society. It is very important to give them an appropriate and conducive environment to learn and grow. After completion of the degree apart from his/her specialty in the program of his/her choice the student learns a lot during their three year stay that makes them mature enough to take the right decisions at the right time. Students develop analytical thinking and good communication skills during classroom teaching (through projects/presentation/practical) and also as they participate in various activities both at departmental as well as college level.

Faculties who served the Department:

Prof. Rameswar Chakraborty (1958-1960)

Prof. P.K.Ghosh (1959-1964)

Prof. Amalendu Dey (1960-1996)

Prof. Subodh Chandra Sarkar (1965-1999)

Prof. S.K.Reddy (1965-1975)

Prof..B.K.Sharma (1967-1974)

Prof. Birchandra Sinha (1969-2001)

Prof. Aurobindo Hore (1969-2000)

Prof.Rabindra Chandra Saha (1973-2007)

Prof. Anil Kumar Das (1980-2012)

Prof. Dulimoni Das (2008-2011)

Present Programs:

At present 6 Semester based UGC approved CBCS is adopted both at the Honours & General levels under Maharaja Bir Bikram University.

Program Specific Outcome:

Statistics is the language of the uncertainties riddled modern information age. This program is a compact combination of detailed courses of Statistics and adequate amount of courses on Computer Science, Mathematics and Operations research to complement and offer diversification after the completion of program. Following are some programme specific outcomes:

PSO-1: Acquire core of the basic concepts of statistics which include the major areas of probability theory, probability distributions, distribution theory, statistical inference, survey sampling, designs of experiments, applied statistics, mathematical methods, non- parametric inference and operations research.

PSO-2: Practical exercises done will enable students to analyze and interpret data and also to draw valid conclusions. This will enable students to face real time applications.

PSO-3: Apply the concepts of statistics, Operations Research, Probability theory, Time Series, Designs of Experiment, etc. in real life problems.

PSO-4: Understand the applications of statistical concept in other disciplines such as social science, medical science etc.

PSO-5: Students are equipped with skill enhancement courses like Research methodology, Statistical packages and R language.

PSO-6: Provides a platform for pursuing higher studies leading to Post Graduate or doctoral degrees.

Career and Jobs:

With a degree in Statistics you can work in various fields such as Banking, Agriculture, Computer Science, Animal Population, Health Science, Census, automobile, pharmaceutical, computer software companies, etc.

Job Titles:


Business Analyst


Risk Analyst

Data Analyst

Content Analyst

Statistic Trainer

Data Scientist




Public Sector Jobs:


Indian Statistical Services

Registrar General of India

District Statistical Officer

Statistician in different Public sector offices

Research Officer in RBI

Project Assistant in Govt Research Institutes


1. Improve the curriculum and introduce new courses

2. The department can be developed as potential knowledge centre for development of Tripura.

3. Utilization of available ICT tools for teaching and research purpose

4. Interdisciplinary approach with other departments of the college

5. Conducting more research that is focused on maximizing business performance and efficiency

6. To work on the various strategies to build brand image of the department


1. To increase and support academic cum research excellence

2.To deal with anticipated growth, particularly in number of students

a) Maintain high academic standards

b)Maintain low student-teacher ratio

3. Admit more undergraduate students into Statistics.

Some of Department's Notable Students:

1. Dr. Subhra Datta, Head, Business Intelligence Unit, Tata Motor Finance

2. Sougata Bhattacharjee, Head Of Engineering, Data Analytics & Digital Transformation Leader , Product Leader |ex Yahoo

3. Chinmoy Deb, FRONT LINE MANAGER at Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd

4. Rakesh Paul, Manager, KPMG India

5. Sujoy Shil, Manager, UCO Bank

6. Chiranjib Ghosh, DSO, West Tripura.

7. Sangita Talapatra, Statistical Officer, Directorate of Economics & Statistics, Govt. of Tripura.

8. Chandana Bhowmik, Chief Executive Officer at Eastern India Technosoft, Kolkata.

9. Soman Choudhury, Biostatistician, Cytel, Bangalore.

10.Tapash Chakraborty, Biostatistician, Novartis, Hyderabad.

11. Sandipan Paul, Statistician, Tripura Medical College, Agartala.

Ratul Chakraborty
Associate Professor
Dr. Goutam Saha
Associate Professor
Dr. Sandip Chakraborty
Associate Professor
Strength of the Department

1. Good student-teacher relationship.

2. Dedicated and hard working faculty members.

3. Syllabus of the courses are upgraded regularly as per the need of the industry & Society

4. The Department is equipped with Licence Statistical Software.

Weakness of the Department

1. Department is facing shortage of faculty members.

2. Lack of supporting staffs, lab assistant and smart class rooms.

3. Research projects of faculties and students require more focus

4. Industry-academic interface required

5. Need of Departmental Library and Placement Cell

6. Abstained from internationalizing