The college creates and enhances infrastructure for effective teaching – learning through funds generated from students fees, UGC grants, state government grants and proceeds from sale of scrap / wastes.
Facilities available for co curricular activities are – well ventilated lecture halls, IT lab for interactive sessions, audio – visual tools (LCD projector, LCD TVs, DVD player, public addresal systems etc) electronic devices (computer, laptops, photocopiers etc) exclusive NSS and NCC units, display boards for posting wall magazines etc.
The details of facilities (common faculties) available for extracurricular activities are playground for outdoor games, indoor games room, , separate students common rooms for boys and girls, a well maintained garden, a well – equipped auditorium etc.
The college meets the requirements of students with physical disability by arranging classes and examinations in ground floor lecture rooms, allotting extra time for examination and sliding ramp at the college entrance in addition to procuring wheel chairs and other implements for them.
The college caters to the health needs of the students by making them members of Students Health Home, revitalizing the existing Health Centre and maintaining a First Aid box containing essential medicines (anti diarrheal drugs, anti inflammatory drugs, tincture iodine, bandages etc.)
The different facilities/infrastructure of the college (Building, furniture, equipment, electrical set up, generator, garden, play ground etc.) are maintained by the college from the college fund.
- Comp. Lab
- Convo. Hall
- Cultural zone
Students Activities & Clubs
The National Service Scheme (NSS) was introduced in our college to establish a meaningful linkage between the campus and the community. The main objective of NSS is “Education and Personality Development of the Students through Service to Community”.
Education should not be confined to classroom teaching only. It is not merely acquirement of facts but also of values which help us improve the different facets of mankind. It ensures that we leave the world a far better place than we found it. A pivotal role of education lies in shaping the personality of a student into a healthy mind and happy soul, required not only for academic excellence but also to enable him/her to face the challenges of life in a balanced and harmonious way.
This can be achieved through National Service Scheme (NSS). Our mission is to inculcate principals, values and ideologies in the younger generation and make them aware of their commitment towards social and moral duties and initiate them into social community service.
The NSS volunteers are involved in multi-dimensional activities like laying of college garden, tree plantation, adoption of village, Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, health camp, awareness programmes etc. The students may be placed in projects of adult education, welfare of slum dwellers, training in civil defense, traffic control, adventure sports, work in hospitals, orphanages, destitute homes.
With an intake of 100 students, the Programme Officer Dr. Rajib Lahiri, with active support of the Principal, Dr. Dibyendu Talapatra, has made successful the following programmes in 2015-16:NCC Club
The NCC Unit of the college has stepped into its 13th year. 105 students of the college are cadets of this unit. Ashik Badsha, a student of 3rd year, acts as SUO of this unit. Lieutenant Dr. Goutam Chowdhury, Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics is incharge of this unit. The college desires full-hearted involvement of the students in this unit.Anti-Ragging Cell
The Anti-Ragging Cell of the College seeks to prohibit conduct of students, which has the effect of teasing and causes physical and psychological harm to fresher’s / other students.
The members of the cell are :
- Dr. Dibyendu Talapatra
- Prof. Amitava Deb, Associate Professor, Dept. of Pol. Sc.
- Prof. Subarna Ghosh (Samanta), Assistant Professor, Dept. of Education
- Mr. Subhasis Ghosh, Office-in-charge, Narayanpur Police Station
- Mr. Sujit Maiti, Sub-Inspector, Airport Police Station
GUIDELINES / FUNCTIONS
The Cell is responsible for preventing :
- Rowdy / undisciplined conduct of students that has an adverse effect on other fellow students
- Exploitation of fresher’s in any manner whatsoever
- Physical / sexual abuse of students by other students The Cell has mobilized public opinion against ragging though posters placed in conspicuous locations in the College Campus.