| The College is running following UGC Scheme since the session 2010-2011.
|1. Remedial coaching for SC/ST/OBC(non creamy layer) & Minorities.
|Remedial Coaching is to be organized at Undergraduate/Postgraduate level with a view t0
|i. improving academic skills and lingustic proficiency of the students in varous subjects.
ii. raising their level of comprehension of basic subjects to provide a stronger foundation for further academic work.
iii. strenthening their knowledge, skills and attitudes in such subjects. where quantitative and qualitive techniques and laboratory and training provided under the programme may enable the students to come up to the level necessary for pursuing highr studies efficiency.
|2. Coaching Classes for Entry in Services for SC/ST/OBC (non Creamy layer) & minorities -
|The basic objective of the coaching scheme is to prepare students belonging to SC/ST/OBC (non creamy layer) & Minority communities to get gainful employment in Group ‘A’, ‘B’ or ‘C’ Central Services, State Services or equivalent positions in the private sector.
|The coaching under the scheme should be oriented for particular examinations conducted for selection to services, such as the IAS, state Public Services, bank Recruitment, etc.
|The coaching may be focused, taking into consideration the specific requirements of a particular competitive examination.
|3. NET Coaching Classes for SC/ST/OBC (Non creamy layer) and Minority community students
|Scheduled caste and Scheduled Tribes have been indentified as the most depressed and oppressed group of indian society constituting about 15 and 7.5 percent, respectively, of the total indian population. In order to safeguard their interests in independent democratic india, specific provisions have been made to improve the status of these people socially and educationally so that can take their rightful place in the mainstream of the society.
|Objectives: Main objective of the scheme is to prepare SC/ST and Minority community candidates for apprearing in the National Educational Testing (NET) so that sufficiant number of candidates bacomes available for selection of Lecturer in the University System.
|4. Equal Opportunity Cell:
|India is the country of diversity. It is a hub off different religions, caste and cultures, However, the indian society is characterized by a highly entrenched system of social stratification. It is these social inequalities that created the barriers of denial of access to materials, cutural and educational resosurces to the disadvantaged group of society. These disadvantaged groups are SCs, STs, Woman, OBC (non creamy layer), minorities and physically challenged persons. It is clear from the demographic factor that a large section of population of our country is still disadvantaged and marginalized..
Since higher education is a tool for social and economic equality, the UGC has been addressing national concern of access , equality, while ensuring the standard of quality and relevance of education by implementing policies of the Government of India and promoting several scheme and programmes for the disadvantaged groups that would help in eliminating social disparities
|Aim and Objectives: To over see the effective implementation of the policies and programmes for disadvantaged group, to provide guidance and counselling with respect to Academic, Financial, Social and other matters and to diversity within the campus.