• The college campus is easily accessible from main bus-stand (750 m) and railway station (250 m) by walk.  
  • Student counseling is being done by well trained teachers.
  • Healthy coordination between the principal, staff and the stakeholders in the Institution.
  • Placement of students through campus drives.
  • Affordable fee structure along with scholarships, free ships and endowments to students.
  • Well established student support system such as mentorship, counseling, women cell, placement cell and career guidance cell, grievance redressal cell, anti ragging cell, sexual harassment (prohibition and redressal) cell.


  • Students lack soft skills in mostly due to their socio-economic background.
  • Institution ‐ Industry interaction is almost nil.
  • There is shortage of computers.
  • Number of laboratories in science subjects is limited.
  • The number of smart classrooms / technology enabled classrooms is less.
  • Students are less exposed to ‘real world’ situations before/during graduation.
  • Insufficient teaching and non-teaching faculty.
  •  Lack of technological upgradation.
  •  The absence of ground inhibits a sporting culture on the campus
  • Student’s dropouts due to marriage.


  • More scope to provide quality higher education to rural students.
  • As the strength of girls is high, the college can be a good example for ‘Beti bachao and beti padhao’ movement.
  • Scope to increase the innovation and research in rural areas and harness local talents.
  • To increase the enrolment of students belonging to the marginalized sections including SC, ST and Minority groups.
  • To upgrade teaching-learning facilities.
  • To strengthen the tie-ups / MOUs with other institutions to broaden the avenues for higher learning and research.
  • To initiate research activities and innovative practices.
  • To create multi-disciplinary activities.
  • Tie-up opportunities with various industries, governmental organisations, institutions and NGOs.
  • To establish a finishing school in vocational courses, add-on courses and self-employment training programmes.
  • Scope for scaling up the usage of renewable energy sources such as solar power generator and rain water harvesting.


  • Higher dependency on guest faculty.
  • To create awareness among parents to actively take part in the developmental activities of the college. 
  • By and large the students are mesmerised by both electronic and social media. The extensive use of these media is taking away all their time, energy and hard earned money.  To give ‘moral, ethical and value education’ to save our younger generation, who are the future of the country, from all such ills and evils is a challenging task.
  • Upliftment of the students from rural areas and vernacular medium in terms of their communication skills in English to increase their confidence level.