Strength, Weakness, Opportunity and Challenges (SWOC) Analysis.


Institutional Strength.


  • Quality education at an affordable cost with an emphasis on rural students.
  • Scholarships facilities for SC, ST, and OBC, fee concessions to economically weaker students, and fee reimbursement to girl students.

  • Inclusive and gender-sensitive campus

  • Thriving community outreach programmes by various committees.

  • Student support system and mentoring process

  • The College is recognized under sections 2(f) and 12(B) of the UGC with permanent affiliation.

  • The Department of Collegiate Education which is the apex body that supervises the College has introduced many innovative initiatives and the same are implemented in the college like LMS.

  • Laptops and Tablets were provided to students to meet the global challenges.

  • Strong focus on the student-centric teaching-learning process

  • Qualified, competent, committed teaching and non-teaching staff.

  • A well-stocked library with more than 15000 books.

  • Good and effective leadership and the most efficient, and student-friendly administrative staff.

  • Well-informed placement cell to provide information about openings and fetching jobs for eligible students

  • Competitive Examination Coaching Cell to prepare the students for competitive examinations such as KAS, IAS, PSI, SSC, FDA, SDA, PC etc.

  • Institute is organizing many curricular, and co-curricular activities, to develop the skills of the students.

  • The college building is surveillance by CCTV Cameras for the student's safeguard, particularly girls. The Campus is under CCTV surveillance

  • The college installed Purified Water plants for safe drinking water facilities to students as well as staff.

  • Dedicated NSS and Scouts and Guides volunteers engage in social activities

  • Good and supportive neighborhoods like Government hospital, Stadium, PU College, Gram Panchayath and Lions Club.

Institutional Weakness.


  • Financial constraints due to reduction in grants by Government.
  • Lesser autonomy in curriculum designing.

  • Funding for organizing academic programmes like seminars and conferences is often difficult to procure

  •  Limited provisions for corporate training.


  •  The COVID-19 pandemic has given an opportunity to re-invent modes and methods of teaching. Students and teachers alike have innovated and adapted to new modes of engagement by training in several online platforms like Teachmint, Zoom, Google Meet, and Google Classroom. Teaching-learning process has been enhanced and supplemented by quality e-resources. This has opened up opportunities for developing E- content by the faculty for LMS.
  • Scope for introducing other streams in UG courses to facilitate student progression.

  • MoUs can be signed with Government and non-government organizations to enhance skill development, personality development, enrichment programs, and employment opportunities for students.
  • Encourage students to adapt to ICT.
  • Increasing government and alumni support.
  • Scope to undertake digital literacy for the rural and digitally divided people.
  • The College has opportunities to start new add-on courses in UG and certificate courses.



  •  Owing to the dependence on approval from external authority, introduction of new programmes of study remains a challenge.
  • To motivate the students to take up higher education.

  • To organize a job fair.
  • Improving the academic standard of students with poor communication skills and creative ways of making the students proficient in the English language.
  • To raise the standard of our students to the global standards and make them employable.
  • To encourage the students to imbibe entrepreneurial skills and encourage them to self-employment.
  • It is challenging to establish collaborative programmes with institutions at national and international level.



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