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Under Graduate Programmes (3 Years - Full Time)

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1 B.A. English
2 B.B.A.,
3 B.Com.,
4 B.Com (CA)
5 B.Sc (Vis. Com)
6 B.Sc. Physics
7 B.Sc. Maths
8 B.Sc.Computer Science
9 B.Sc. IT
10 B.C.A
11 B.Com (Bank Management)
12 B.Sc (Botany)
13 B.Sc (Zoology)

Post Graduate Programmes (2 Years - Full Time)

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1 M.A. English
2 M.Sc. Computer Science
3 M.Com
4 M.Sc.(Maths)
5 M.Sc.(Physics)
6 M.B.A.
7 M.Com (CA)

M.phil Programmes

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1 Commerce
2 English
3 Computer Science
4 Mathematics
5 Management
6 Physics

Ph.D Programmes

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1 Commerce
2 English


Departments (arts and science)

Teaching- Learning practices

Bridge courses

Bridge courses are conducted at the beginning of the academic year, to bridge the gap among the students with respect to technical and soft skills and bring them on par with one another.

Certificate / diploma courses

Certificate Courses are aimed at bridging the gap between the mainstream curriculum and the changing industry needs.

Guest lectures

Experts and eminent personalities from industries, academicians, senior executives and business persons are regularly invited to interact with the students and share their expertise and experience.

Class room presentations

Presentations by students on subject – related as well as general topics form a part of our co-curricular activities, as these enhance their interpersonal communication skills and help to develop their overall personality.

Project presentations

Apart from classroom presentations and discussions, students make paper presentations. The soft skills of the students receive a focus in such activities.

Remedial classes

Classes are held after the college working hours to help out those students who require further assistance and guidance in their learning process.

Other curriculam-based programmes

Mock viva

In order to enable the students face real VIVA sessions effectively, a mock Viva is conducted. This serves as a rehearsal for the students, helping them to perform better.

Mock interview

To help students equip themselves with soft skills and to improve their subject knowledge, mock interview sessions are conducted. Apart from enlightening them in the domain areas, these sessions also fine tune their personality. The lecturers who conduct these mock interviews focus on students’ gestures, communication and attitude.

Project counselling

Sessions are held to help students prepare impressive projects. The college provides internship and students are given an opportunity to sign up with come up with quality project reports.

English proficiency counselling

English proficiency counseling sessions help the students to identify their problem areas with respect to communication in English, and also aid in refining their speaking and writing skills.

Conduct Rules
  • Every student should be neatly and decently dressed.
  • Students should be punctual. Late comers are liable to pay a fine.
  • Students should maintain discipline while interacting with teaching, non-teaching staff and fellow-students.
  • Students are expected to check the notice boards regularly.
  • No meetings or celebrations shall be conducted in the college premises without the permission of the Principal.
  • Loitering in the corridors, damaging furniture and writing on the desks or walls are strictly forbidden. Students violating these rules shall be fined.
  • Day scholars opting for bus facilities shall maintain absolute discipline. Any misbehavior shall be seriously dealt with.
  • Students should abide by the rules and regulations framed by the college authorities from time to time.
  • Students attending lectures in the class rooms or working in the laboratories shall maintain perfect silence.
  • No student shall leave the class room either without permission or till the teacher leaves the room.
  • Every student should be present in the college 5 minutes before the commencement of prayer session. The late comers will not be permitted to attend classes of the day. Habitual late comers will be fined.
  • Students are required to bring their identity cards to college every day.
  • Transfer Certificates and Conduct Certificates will not be issued unless all the dues to the college and hostel are cleared.
  • The Principal’s decision shall be final in all matters of punishment to the students for the infringement of any of the rules.

Attedance and leave rules

  • Attendance on re-opening day and closing day of every term is compulsory.
  • Students should be prompt in their attendance to the college. Students having attendance below the University norms shall not be permitted to write the University examinations.
  • No student shall absent herself without applying for leave in the prescribed form. Leave applications should be endorsed by the parents/ Guardian / Warden.
  • Leave applications should be handed over to the respective class teachers for getting approval from the Principal.
  • If a student absents herself for more than 10 days without intimating the authorities, her name will be struck off from the registers. Thereafter the student has to get readmitted, for continuing her course, by paying the admission fee
  • A student applying for sick leave for more than five days or any student absent for the unit tests or pre-semester examination on medical grounds, need to produce a medical certificate from a registered medical practitioner.
  • A student absenting herself for a portion of the day must get permission from the Principal
  • Fine should be paid within ten days of notification.