The New College provides various world class facilities in order to provide quality education to the student and peaceful environment as well. College has various facilities like classrooms that are well furnished and equipped with all modern facilities, A big auditorium, well equipped laboratories, a well stocked library. Other than this college also provides facility of separate hostels for boys & girls, Internet and Sports. College has a placement cell that is fully dedicated to its students so that they can achieve success in their chosen field.
Total Students 500
Hostel Facility True
Scholarship Available True
- Boys Hostel
- Computer Lab
- Medical Facilities
- Cls. Room
Students Activities & Clubs
The National Service Scheme (NSS) is a programme organised by the Ministry of Education and Youth Services of the Government of India to offer opportunities and training in service to the community and the nation for students with an aptitude. It is intended to involve the college students in a variety of social service and developmental activities concomitantly with the normal academic programme. The motto of the scheme is “Education through Community Service”
Students of the first and second year Degree classes are eligible for admission. A total of 300 students will be enrolled in our college units which will be under the control of three Programme Officers.
The NSS Aims to Develop in its Volunteers
- A spirit of selfless service to our people in distress, poverty and ignorance, irrespective of region, language, religion and caste
- A capacity to identify and study community problems, to plan and to carry out welfare projects as a team.
- A willingness to share the benefits of modern higher education with our people who did not get this benefit.
- A dignity for manual work and respect and concern for our rural masses
- A living faith in the unity of India and our great national heritage
A variety of service programmes like slum clearance, adult education, small savings drive, community welfare, rural reconstruction, maintenance of national monuments, socioeconomic survey, etc. are available. certificate will be issued to deserving volunteers at the completion of their two year term. volunteers are expected to participate in all the training programmes and work camps organized from time to time.
The college provides training to students in N.C.C. in the infantry wing and armoured squadron. Arrangements for training the air wing, naval wing and artillery are also made.
Enrollment of cadets is made soon after admission to the college. All items of N.C.C. kit and uniform issued free must be returned intact at the end of each year of training.
N.C.C. deposits must be paid in the college office and the receipts obtained should be handed over to the respective coy. commander.
Smart and capable cadets are entitled to selection for adventure courses, all India advance leadership camps, summer training camps of other states, training in the himalayan mountaineering institute, republic day parade contingent at new delhi etc. Outstanding cadets are entitled to selection for going abroad under youth exchange programme.
Do you want to be part of a global community of young adults taking action for positive change? Are you looking for the chance to share your ideas and look at the world’s challenges in a new way? Join a Rotaract club and find all this and more, including:
Rotaract is a club for adults ages 18-30 that meets twice a month to exchange ideas, plan activities and projects, and socialize. While Rotary clubs serve as sponsors, Rotaract clubs decide how to organize and run their club and what projects and activities to carry out.
- Hands-on service projects
- Fun networking and social activities
- Professional development opportunities
- An international network of young leaders
Resources & Reference
- Rotaract Handbook
- Rotaract promotional card (PDF)
- Rotaract Club Certification Form
- Standard Rotaract Club Constitution and Bylaws
- Rotaract Statement of Policy
- Guide for District Rotaract Representatives
- Rotaract Identification card
- Rotaract Promotional Kit
- New Generations newsletter
- A global symbol created in1991 in New York.
- Solidarity with people living with HIV and AIDS & aimed at uniting the people in the common fight against the disease.
HIV/AIDS Youth Scenario
- 10 Million youth (aged 15-24) worldwide are living with HIV.
- New Infections / day: 6,000 youths In India: 15-29 years aged people- 31% of the AIDS burden.
- In view of this, MOHFW, Govt. of India has proposed to establish a network with Universities and educational institutions.
- In Delhi (ICTC data): prevalence of HIV Infection in 15-25 years age group is 1.94%.
Rationale behind focusing Youth
- Sexual curiosity and risky behavior.
- Limited access to correct information.
- Formal Education Institutes are generally silent on psycho-social aspects of physical growth and sexuality leading to mystification and secrecy around sex.
- The epidemic among the youth remains largely invisible.
- The youth are economically dependent and socially inexperienced and generally have less access to health care than adults.
- Youth are the potential change agents who can protect themselves from the lurking of AIDS as well as be ambassadors in the fight against HIV & AIDS in particular.
Role of the Red Ribbon Club
- Educate youth with correct, concise and adequate information and heighten their level of awareness about HIV/AIDS/STI/sexuality and other related issues (thus eliminate myths and misconceptions).
- Enable youth, especially the female students, to identify and understand situations of exploitation and abuse.
- Sensitize the youth regarding care and support needs of PLWHA and instill in them the spirit of helping and supporting the people living with HIV & AIDS (PLWHA) and reduce the stigma and discrimination against them.
- Increase youths’ access to health care services related to STI / HIV/AIDS/drug use.
- Create linkages between youth and governmental, non - governmental agencies and CBOs to access safer and responsible healthy behavior.
- Organize and facilitate voluntary blood donation camps and mobilize the youth for voluntary blood donation.
- Create among the youth a cadre of peer educators for seeking and encouraging positive health behavior as well as ensuring sustainability of the club
Youth represent a substantial part of the membership of Red Cross for its humanitarian commitment. Young volunteers can make a significant contribution to meeting the needs of the most vulnerable people within their local communities through Red Cross youth programme. This has been designed to involve young people as much as possible in the movement and its activities not only as workers and also as beneficiaries, but as partners in management. The programme focuses on the following areas:
Youth Red Cross (YRC) is a voluntary service body of our university which supports Humanitarian services to the fellow human being in Health related services to the community through Voluntary Service YRC also provide training to develop leadership quality and overall personality improvement of the students by organising and participating in the activities of YRC. The students have to participate / coordinate in the various activities of YRC and earn 200 Points in an academic year .Students participate in the below given program will earn 25 points / programme. The over all coordinator of a particular programme will earn 50 points .
- Promote life and health through training and education on safety, primary health care and healthy living
- Encourage community service through training and education
- Disseminate the seven fundamental principles of Red Cross and Red Crescent movement through activities that encourage the Red Cross ideals
- Promote international friendship with activities that cultivate a humanitarian spirit
- Technical support in the development of youth programmes, fund-raising, identification of material and human resources
YRC &Rotaract Club, Red Ribbon Club and Citizen Consumer Club
Programme Officer & Faculty Counsellor
Dr. J. Sulaiman, M.Com., M.Phil., Ph.D., M.A(PA)., M.B.A., PGDFT.
Some of the activities of YRC are
- Blood Donation Camps
- Orphanage Visits
- Anti Smoking and Drug Abuse Lectures
- Health Screening Camps
- First Aid Training programmes
- Environment awareness camps
- Clean and green in our campus
- Other Voluntary / Social Service Activities and more related program depending the need and requirement for the student community.