Student Welfare


Student Welfare is integralpart to all aspects of college life and the main motive of this to ensure that the institute should provide a safe and supportive environment and culture which shaped and maintained so that the experience of teaching and learning is enhanced for all students.


  • Encouraging students to take responsibility for their own learning and behavior.
  • Establishing well-managed teaching and learning environments.
  • Ensuring that learning activities build on prior knowledge and experiences and are socially and culturally relevant.
  • Identifying key social skills and developing plans for all students to acquire them, or make progress towards them.
  • Ensuring that gender and equity issues are recognized and addressed across the curriculum.


  1. Earn & Learn Scheme

    The main objective of the scheme is to develop a student as a multifaceted personality with academic excellence and a commitment to an egalitarian society. This scheme will help students to fill up the gaps between Rural Bharat and urban India.This scheme is basically undertaken for the benefit of students coming from the rural areas, which are economically not Sound backward, intelligent, and meritorious but cannot afford higher education, needy for financialsupport.

    It inculcates in the student the idea that no work is big or small and develops a work culture with the right aptitude. This is a vision of keeping our youth gainfully employed as well as to contribute from civil society. This is a paradigm shift in the way we see higher education. This will make higher education accessible and available to the poor, meritorious and the marginalized.

    Technical work includes:

    Students should equipped their Knowledge theoretical as well as technically which helps to developed interpersonal relationship with society.

    In this scheme students will participating to enhance their various technical knowledge like works of computers, office machines such as photocopying etc. or even working at administrative work , while field work includes working in the garden, looking after newly planted trees, play grounds, cleanliness of the campus etc. Each student is expected to work for three hours daily. Students working under this scheme are paid an honorarium of Rs.30 per hour as per the revised rates effective July 2015. Payment is made as per the attendance sheet, which is to be maintained by the institute. The students are requested to open a bank account at their respective places and cheques make payments.

  2. Special Guidance Scheme

    The basic objective of this scheme is to help those students who are deprived of the latest knowledge of the subject they undertake at the first year level. Secondly, this scheme is helpful for students for their overall development. Thirdly, to offer guidance to students in their career choices and the relevant subjects to be pursued by them to attain their best potential

  3. Personality Development of Girl Students

    This is a scheme introduced to develop the confidence and personality of a girls who comes from the rural areas and are deprived sections of society. The marginalization and deprivation is double if you are a woman and from the backward or scheduled castes. The main objective of this scheme is to develop a critical mind, self-confidence and a commitment to society. The girls students are given training in health, law, and social activities. They are also given training in self-employment and all possible other activities that enhance her social confidence. The main objectives of this scheme includes development of self-confidence how to defend oneself in any situation, training in self-defense and finally make them fearless and be ready to face any unwanted situation. This scheme is open to all regular girls students.

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