Capacity building for Faculty, Non Teaching Staff and Students
To improve their academic qualifications and careers they are given leave to pursue PhDs, seminars, conferences etc; leave and remuneration to attend FDPs; CCL to nurture children at home.
Administrative support to teachers involved in curricular development, seminar organization, content creation, co curricular and outreach initiatives, and question paper setting, evaluation and moderation.
Non Teaching Staff:
They are given leave to attend administrative training in government centres and other institutions.
They are provided with hands-on training by accounting, HRMS, cyber crime prevention and e-pension experts.
They are sensitized in student interaction through soft skills and gender equality programmes organized by the IQAC.
Their computer skills are sought to be honed through ICT workshops.
Library Staff given training in Koha software.
Students are sought to be holistically developed through specially designed Add On and Certificate Courses.
The Computer Certificate Course seeks to empower them with digital proficiency.
The 'Entry in Point' Competitive Examination Portal equips them with an edge in preparation for the same.
A Civil Services Study Centre (free) provides aspirants with expert tutelage including study materials.
Self Defence, through martial arts training is imparted to students against a minimal fee.
Students are encouraged to represent the college and affiliating university in national fora.
They are sensitized in environmental, legal, gender, cultural, heritage and inclusive studies through programmes organized by the respective cells.