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Institutional Distinctiveness

The College represents the vision to be a premier Institution for Higher Education, constantly in service for the welfare of the Society. The College fosters to facilitate holistic development of the youngsters through education and thereby contribute to the socio-economic development of the society. The motto is to build and engage in an educational environment that believes in imparting the best quality education within the society, in which it can play a major role in enabling the students to form a cutting edge mind set, required for sustainable development and in moulding the students towards a better future.

 

The area in which the performance of the institution is distinctive to its vision, priority and thrust is

‘Skill Development’.

Catch them young is the dictum to realize the full potential of the young students. The Institution has its work cut-out in this area as it serves the society in the field of education. Converting the latent raw talent of the enrolled students into a flourishing rare talent is the goal of the institution. In the early days of their long stay the students are persuaded to go an additional distance in the pursuit of knowledge by imbuing the additional inputs provided. The goal is to make them work a bit more thereby learn more.

 

Human capital is deemed to be a crucial factor in the formation and re-formation of a system - be it a society or a nation. To reap the benefits of demographic dividends the teeming youngsters should have a wealth of knowledge and skills. This depends on the supply of additional inputs in the relevant discipline. The system of education in the modern times insists on multidisciplinary approach and cross-fertilization of ideas. Knowing more about many things has become the in-thing. In this context the practice of ‘do more, learn more’ has been initiated. .

 

To espouse the stated goal the Institution offers 12 courses cutting across different knowledge domains. All the students who are enrolled in the first year degree programme get an opportunity to learn / undergo training in the area of their choice within the course range. Sessions to impart the additional input are held outside the mandatory curricular sessions. Domain experts from the Institution and outside agencies participate as resource persons. There is a defined and carefully worked out course content. On the completion of the stipulated course sessions the productiveness of the course and its utilitarian value is analysed by conducting tests / examinations. Feedback about the same is also obtained from the stakeholder to furthering the practice. Course completion certificates with grades are issued to the successful students. For each course there is a course coordinator. The entire mechanism is monitored by the course Convenor.

In the early stages of initiation of the practice the response was lukewarm. Over the years, all the students of first year degree programme have begun to take to the additional inputs with a very little persuasion. Resultantly, new courses leading to the development of interpersonal skills, language skill, analytical skill, technical skills and life skills have been offered in the recent academic sessions. Students who have proved their mettle in the competitive examinations and have succeeded in gaining employment speak highly of the utility of these courses in the field of student progression and research.

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