SWOC

Institutional Strengths:
  • The institution is encircled by 73 villages and is an epicenter for quality education.
  • The institution offers Multifaceted education to rural unprivileged pupils 
  • The institution offers quality education with nominal fees that too are refunded in the form of various scholarships
  • The institution is located in a peaceful environment  away from town and city
  • Well-established roads to reach the institution as the institution is located on the Mysore – Malavalli highway.
  • Round-the-clock availability of faculties to meet the needs of students online as well as offline.
  • 75% of the classrooms are well equipped with ICT
  • All the faculties have been provided free wifi and also laptops. Students can also access wifi.
  • CCTV surveillance of classrooms in the main building. And partial premises of the entire college.
  • The Institution has a very large playground to play various games.
  • Dedicated Physical Director, all kinds of sports equipment for indoor and outdoor games are available.
  • Well-maintained greenery.
  • Neat and hygiene washrooms for both girls and boys.
  • Portable and clean drinking water facility.
  • A good number of books are available. Semi-automated library.
  • INFLIBNET facility is available for Students and Faculties.
  • Diligent and well-qualified non-teaching staff to cater to the student’s admission, scholarship, and assistance in university-related matters.
  • The dress code for all the students brings equality and normality.
  • Well-equipped and Service motive NSS has gained popularity in nearby villages for its contribution in serving the community.
  • Supportive CDC, Alumni, and Donors to the institution is a major strength of the institution.
  • Year on year the strength of the students is increasing.
  • Full-time Guest lectures to serve the academic needs of students.
  • The institution has a permanent affiliation with the University of Mysore.
  • The institution has 2f and 12B status from University Grants Commission.
  • SC, ST, and BCM hostel facilities for girls in very nearby colleges.
  • All the students have been provided free laptops and tabs to equip them with ICT.
  • Every class has a dedicated mentor to take care of the curricular and extra-curricular needs of students.
  • Well-established student welfare committee and grievance redressal cell.
  • 24/7 water, Electricity, and first aid facilities exist in the institution.

Institutional Improvement areas.

  • No dedicated canteen facility, students bring lunch from their home.
  • Average English communication skills among students, 98% of students who join the institution are from the Kannada medium.
  • There is no research funding and less scope for the generation of funds due to complete dependency on the Government.
  • Parent participation and attendance are significantly less in the parents-teachers meeting despite the efforts taken by the institution.
  • Most of the students are from agrarian families, during the harvest seasons the attendance is abysmal.
 

Institutional Opportunities:

  • The institution has much potential in upgrading its infrastructure. Currently, two buildings are under construction that can be used for PG courses.
  • Most of the students are from agrarian backgrounds which is a major opportunity to turn them into progressive farmers
  • The institution has much potential to engage in community activities in order to awaken rural masses on development and growth issues.
  • Many faculties are Ph.D. holders which are positive for the institution for starting a research center.
  • Many feeding Pre-university colleges exist which can be good sources for admissions.
  • Very good scope for water harvesting, and rainwater storage.
  • The institution owns 10 acres of land which can be used for gardens, and indoor stadiums and turn into the greenery.
  • Gram Panchayat's office is very supportive of taking up community development activities.
  • The institution has much potential to take up the certificate and add-on courses as many faculties are well trained in computers and students are also provided with the ICT devices.
  • The institution has all possibilities to become one of the model institutions surrounding villages.

Institutional Challenges:

  • The admission trend toward basic humanities and science courses must be changed which is a major challenge for the institution.
  • English communication needs to be addressed with high priority
  • Due to social and economic reasons students are discontinuing their education which needs to be curbed.
  • The placement of students needs to be improved
  • Revenue generation is meager which needs to be addressed.
  • The involvement of parents and alumni needs to be improved and actions must be taken.
  • The student-teacher ratio must be corrected which is hampering the quality of education.
  • Competition from private colleges needs to focus