Best Practices

Best Practices

Best Practice: Student-Centric Activities

The Goal: Our college is dedicated to equipping students with the skills and resilience needed to navigate life's challenges. We achieve this by providing financial aid, knowledge enrichment, and fostering social responsibility through NCC and NSS involvement.
The Context: Our institution prioritizes creating an inclusive and conducive learning environment for all students. Our focus is on preparing students comprehensively to confront the diverse challenges life presents. We organize competitions and encourage participation in events to unveil their latent talents.

The Practice: We identify and conduct remedial classes for slow learners based on their interactions in class, questions asked, and performance in examinations. Special sessions are arranged to cater to their needs, especially for those from rural backgrounds struggling with English, ensuring bilingual teaching to aid comprehension.

Students from economically weak and rural backgrounds receive either partial or full exemptions in tuition fees as per government directives. Additionally, we operate an "Earn and Learn" Scheme where selected students work in administrative roles within the college.

Our library facilitates the issuance of books for the entire session, and we plan to launch a mass enrollment drive to enrich our students' knowledge base.

Encouraging students to participate in various competitions organized by different departments, we extend financial assistance for their expenses and honour winners during the Prize Distribution Ceremony, inspiring others to participate.

Initiating skill development training programs and recently organizing a Diya Making Ceremony have contributed to students' self-reliance.

The college actively engages youth in activities benefiting society through NSS, NCC, and departmental initiatives. They drive awareness programs on social and environmental issues, organize plantations, blood donation camps, and cleanliness drives.

The Evidence of Success: Our college has effectively implemented various welfare schemes, offering full tuition fee waivers for scheduled caste, scheduled tribes, and girl students, with partial waivers for BC-I students. Additionally, economically weaker students benefit from our "earn while you learn" opportunity. While the number of beneficiaries is limited, we continue to support such students financially.

Students' active participation in various programs, essay writing, debates, quizzes, and cultural events significantly contributes to their holistic development. Our college instills a sense of social responsibility by initiating programs focused on societal welfare, fostering confidence, belonging, and a sense of duty among students.

Best Practice: 2. Constitutional Literacy Programme: Know Your Rights and Duties through Samvidhan Paath

The Goal: Our aim aligns with ensuring equality across all sections of society. This best practice aims to spread constitutional awareness, educating individuals about their rights and responsibilities.

The Context: Our institution operates in accordance with the Indian Constitution, leveraging the support of the Principal to orchestrate the "Samvidhan Path" through the Political Science Department. The rationale behind this initiative within our semi-urban setting stems from the realization that rural and semi-urban residents often lack Constitutional literacy. This deficiency not only leads to an absence of awareness about rights but also about civic duties. Many disputes in these regions arise due to this lack of understanding, leading to exploitation and the denial of rights.

Our efforts in promoting constitutional literacy offer an opportunity for students and locals to familiarize themselves with the Constitution, spreading this awareness to sensitize citizens about prevalent social issues.

The Practice: Every Saturday at 2 PM, the College conducts the "Samvidhan Path" without fail. Teachers conduct surveys to identify students' civic problems, addressing their queries regarding rights and duties. Additionally, the institution promotes youth literacy through NCC, NSS, and departmental initiatives such as the "Har Ghar Tiranga Rally," tree plantation drives, and Electoral Awareness Programmes. On these occasions, teachers, resource persons, and students deliver informative speeches on the Indian Constitution, relevant laws, and pertinent constitutional issues.

Understanding that democratic participation is hollow without awareness of fundamental rights and duties, these awareness programs empower the youth and citizens alike. This systematic literacy program embodies our concept of "Samvidhan Path."

Evidence of Success: Our College consistently conducts the "Samvidhan Path" every Saturday, proudly being the sole institute engaging both the college community and the surrounding semi-urban area in discussions about their rights and responsibilities. This initiative ensures that everyone gains basic Constitutional knowledge, free of cost, fostering a sense of duty towards our nation, even for those who may not attend the event.