SWOC

SWOC

Institutional Strength:

  • Strong support from Government, SQAC CDC & the Principal
  • Excellent connectivity through road, rail and metro transportations.
  • Bangalore University is in the vicinity of 5 kilometers
  • Indira canteen, which offers food for subsidized rates, is located directly opposite to the institution.
  • Recognized under section 2 (f) of UGC
  • Multidisciplinary Higher Educational Institution
  • Steady increase in the admission for all the programs
  • Committed IQAC
  • Faculty with excellent academic credentials and commitment
  • Faculty is on BOS and BOE boards. And few are Chairpersons
  • Good library with internet facility.
  • Maximum number of scholarships and freeships dispersed.
  • ICT enabled teaching faculty.
  • Faculty has contributed towards E-content creation.
  • Certificate course in the department of Kannada to enrich the learning experience.
  • Rigorous and meaningful personality development program to empower the young adults.
  • Special and intensive care and support is lent to girl students.
  • Experiential learning is prioritized
  • Vibrant NCC, NSS and Youth Red Cross units
  • Specialized legal awareness programs to capacitate the citizenship
  • Faculty supports students through cash and kind
  • Good number of student’s progression to higher studies.

 



Institutional Weakness:

  • Shared accommodation
  • In-adequate infrastructure-Class rooms, laboratories, toilets.
  • Lack of funds to pursue research activities.
  • Lack of business lab  for commerce and management students
  • Lack of computer lab exclusively for mathematics students
  • Lack of language lab.
  • Lack of add on and shortage of certificate courses.
  • Lack of collaborations and on job training
  • Shortage of laboratory attenders
  • Shortage of ICT enabled classrooms.
  • Lack of provision to construct ramps.



Institutional Opportunity:

  • 5 acres of plot sanctioned by the government for the institution’s building.
  • To capacitate the IQAC with necessary infrastructure
  • To seek permanent affiliation under section 12 (B)
  • To increase skill development and employable training courses
  • To establish well equipped language, commerce and mathematics Labs
  • To establish a strong placement cell
  • To increase soft skill development programs for students and faculty
  • To expand research activities
  • To increase collaborations and MOU’s
  • To install solar panels on the Institution’s new building
  • To create a green campus



Institutional Challenge:

  • Transfers of teaching staff and delayed replacement of the faculty in times of superannuation
  • To accommodate students both to studies and work
  • Lack of Hostel facility near the college for both boys and girls
  • To measure the outcome of social outreach programs
  • To establish a strong alumni association

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