Hitnal is a small town on the Northern part of the Koppal district. Agriculture is the main vocation of Hitnal people. A good percentage of Hitnal people eke out their livelihood from agriculture. For the people of Hitnal and surrounding villages, higher education is a dream. The lower and middle classes could not send their children to receive the higher education. Keeping this view in mind, the Government of Karnataka established our college is in the year 2007 in the planned mode. Now it has one building with 3 classrooms, one staffroom, one office, one computer lab, one library consisting of 6335 books and 250 Tittles of books, one Principal chamber. We have a faculty comprising 18teaching staff including 02 Asst. Professors , and 16 Guest Lecturers (Temporary). Our college is in which is the boon for the rural and backward class students. The college has an enrollment of 170 students pursuing under graduate courses offered. We are expecting the strength more than 250 in next academic year. We have only UG Courses namely; BA/BBM/B.Com/B.Sc. The BBM, and sB.Sc. courses has not been started due to the poor feeding in the PU Colleges. Lack of permanent teaching faculty. We have 4 acres campus with built up area of 726 sq.m. Our students’ result is quite satisfactory and our staff is striving very hard in order to improve the quality of education. In order to fulfill our Department of Collegiate Education dream, the college has taken several new educational initiatives in the recent past. Nevertheless, our prime focus continues to drive us towards achieving increased standard of higher education and broaden research outreach programme. It is imperative, therefore, to be both creative and innovative in our approach to lead the college towards an eminent centre of learning through research intensive education. We share our experience with others and we learn a lot from them too. This has facilitated our effort to improve institutional governance, networking and services to community and economy. Also, we do analyze the educational policies and programmes laid down by State and Central Governments from time to time. Our participation in RUSA is, therefore, relevant for pursuing the policy of achieving the desired good.