Best Practices

Eco-friendly Campus- The college being situated in lush-green atmosphere naturally makes the campus eco-friendly. In the college campus there are some species of medicinal plants such as Sandalwood (santalum album), Tulsi, Giloy, Neem (azadirachpa indica), Ashok (saraca asoca), Amla, Peepal (ficus religiosa). We pay particular attention for the preservation of above mentioned medicinal plants already available in the college campus. The night-guard is strictly warned for this. The college has big boundary and it protects them from woodcutters. Since the college is far from the populous area, so the eco-friendly environment remains well maintained. The students, the staff members and the teachers- all work in the eco-friendly environment. We are proceeding ahead to make the campus more eco-friendly and pollution free. We have enough scope for the preservation and conservation of eco-friendly campus.

Chamber Consultancy Hour- We have fixed chamber consultancy hour as a tool of improvement for the slow-learners. Students desirous of consulting the faculty members are encouraged. They go to the chamber of the concerned faculties without hesitation and their doubts are made clear after proper interaction. For students as well as the teachers, there is the compulsion of regular library visit. Our library has a considerable stock of course books along with the reference books. So the teachers and the taughts are naturally benefitted by this practice. A register is well maintained in which the teachers and the students mention their time when they come in and go out. It will not be out of place to mention here that reading books serve for delight, for ornament and for ability. They delight a person when he is alone, beautifies his speech in company and help him to pass judgements. Hence some books are to be tasted, others to be swallowed and some few to be chewed and digested. We keep this idea of Frances Bacon always in our minds when we happen to be in the library and this is undoubtedly one of our best practices.