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Healthy Practices

Institutional Best Practices

Traditionally, the college always had a scholarly faculty ably supported by the stakeholders in formulating and discharging policies for the moral and academic uplift of students. It has a set of highly motivated teachers, many of whom are involved in active research and Post-Graduate teaching as guest lecturers at various universities. Some faculty members have taken up advanced research projects in collaboration with other universities and reputed institutes.
High success rate in undergraduate courses has enabled large number of students to pursue further studies at various Universities and research institutes. All the faculty members provide academic counseling to their students through structured routine for which separate counseling cubicles have been made in the library & Teacher's room. Involvement of students outside class hours in various clubs like Music and drama, Painting and Photography, Journalism, Save Nature and natural habitats, NCC (for Girls), sports and fitness and NSS (Three units) under the leadership of nodal and program officers creates holistic development of participants.

Best Practices

1. Since almost 65 percent students enrolled are female, institution pays special emphasis to programmes that involve women empowerment. Introduction of self defense classes to boost their confidence and to train them to take this martial art as their career option/profession is one of the recent practices taken by the institution.

2. Institution is very much concerned and takes every possible step to see that no student leaves midway because of financial constrains to pursue further studies. All sorts of financial aid and counseling are done to reduce the drop-out rates.

3. Apart from routine structured classes arranged for students within the time frame, special emphasis is given to train them through soft skill development courses and to enhance their vocabulary power so as to brighten their employment opportunities.

4. Decentralization of power, healthy relationship among stake holders and distribution of work force through different academic bodies ensures free flow of knowledge and transparency in managerial activities.