Clubs and Committee

Clubs and Committee


1. Social and Heritage club
The objectives of the club are to familiarize students with social welfare activities and to sensitize the issues related to Indian cultural life. The programmes are frequently arranged and coordinated by the students in supervision of the teacher. These are duly reported in the college magazine published annually. The member of this club will work for organizing different cultural and social activities In the whole session for developing cultural respect among students.

2. Science and Environmental Club
The club aim at creating the awareness among the trainees through the participation and organizing seminars, rallies, poster making, and slogan writing competitions etc. It also organizes the quiz and programmes to develop and promote scientific attitude among the trainee. The effort of this club also aims at imparting ecological values, knowledge and skills to students. The activities include awareness rallies, plantation drive etc.

3. Guidance and Counselling Cell
The purpose of the cell is to facilitate trainees and the students of the school with various types of guidance and counselling by the expert’s counsellor in the field of education and to organize the seminar, lectures on the latest job opportunities and for the personality development.

4. Health awareness Club
The member of this club organize health awareness program which promotes awareness about HIV/AIDS, blood donation awareness and other health programmes.

5. Energy Club
Energy club is the platform where students are made familiar with the term Energy Conservation, the need for it and what role they can play in ensuring conservation. It enables the students to save energy so that the ongoing energy crisis can be addressed.

6. Aesthetic Club
The member of this club will work for improving the aesthetic looks of the college campus and they will also be responsible for the decoration of the multipurpose hall and flannel board during academic year and all the functions.

7. Press report and advertisement steering committee
The primary role of the Press, Media and Publicity Committee is to establish links with the local media and provide regular reports and press releases on campus news and opportunities. The committee is well-equipped with sophisticated machinery which are handled by trained and competent students.

8. Academic committee
The academic committee is responsible for imbibing the best practices to provide an improved academic system for the present and future students. The committee is also accountable for practices, such as conducting academic award functions to honor students for academic excellence.

9. SC/ST/OBC Cell
To ensure provisions for an environment where all such students feel safe and secure.
To ensure compliance of the orders of reservation issued and other benefits admissible from time to time in favour of SC/ST and OBCs.
To ensure protection and reservation as provided in the constitution of India.
To provide the mechanism to redress the grievance of SC/ST students, if any.

10.Women Cell
The women cell committee is an important working committee at the institute to enable girls student to pursue their work with dignity and reassurance .It organised various programs for developing self confidence, building and strengthening women’s role in society.

11. Cultural and Co-Curricular activities committee

Co-curricular activities are those activities which are undertaken along with academic studies. Typically, co-curricular activities are carried out outside the normal classrooms but they supplement academic curriculum and help in learning by doing. Co-curricular activities are those activities which are not graded and occur beyond the scope of the academic.

12.Discipline Committee

A Discipline Committee will consider the alleged misconduct and evaluate all of the information shared with it and determine which information was more credible when the information was in conflict.

13. Anti Ragging Cell

Anti-Ragging Committee to ensure compliance with the provisions of Regulations as well as the provisions of any law for the time being in force concerning ragging; and also, to monitor and oversee the performance of the Anti-Ragging Squad in prevention of ragging in the institution.



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