SWOC

Strength, Weakness, Opportunity and Challenges(SWOC)
Institutional Strength
Strength:
• NAAC Accreditation with Grade ‘B’ in first cycle
• Capable and committed teachers.
• Exclusive college for Women

• Atmosphere conducive for teaching and other activities
• Totally ragging free and free from any activity detrimental to academic pursuits.
• Totally fair and transparent recruitment of teachers /staff
• Sufficient books, Journals and reading material.
• Sensitization of students on social issues and gender issues through seminars/workshops and various
extension activities.
• EDUSAT based learning.
• Remedial classes for weak students.
• Sports training for students and opportunities to participate in university, state, national and open tournaments
• The college has good number feeding colleges with potential students
• Sufficient Own land for infrastructural development
• A Library that has huge collection of books and also reserved books for SC and ST students
• NSS, Scout & Guides and Red Cross which promote social responsibility among the students.
• More focus on skill Development. Many skill development programmes conducted to produce industry-ready
graduates and women entrepreneurs.


Institutional Weakness
Weakness:
• The college could not secure 12 b UGC recognition.
• Lack of non-teaching staff for quick grievance redressal and other student related services.
• absence of e?library facility.
• Inadequate exposure of students to ‘real world’ situations before/during graduation
• Students weak in English language and general awareness.

 


Institutional Opportunity

Opportunity:

• ICT tools for enriching education deliverables.
• Increasing interest of Industry Associations (such as CII, FICCI, local commerce chamber) and of
Professional Societies to partner and collaborate with academic institutions.
• Support from alumni
• Tie-up opportunities with various Governmental organizations and NGO s.
• Possibility to Increase the innovation and research in rural areas and harness local talents
• Preparing our students for various competitive examinations
• Support services like Red Cross Unit, Career and Guidance Cell, Scouts and Guides, NSS etc. can be
optimally utilized to the betterment of the society.
• Inter disciplinary projects with international tie-ups


Institutional Challenge
Threats:
• Increased dependence on Guest faculty and difficulty in motivating students
• If the college does not get proper infrastructure and hostel facilities the students are likely move to
neighboring district.
• Lack of women’s hostel facility
• Lack of demand for Arts/Humanities/BBA Courses
• Ever growing Competitiveness in various Examinations and demanding eligibility criteria for recruitment in
various services.
• Growing Private colleges
• Lack of basic infrastructure indicated in the shortage of classrooms.
• Inadequate financial assistance for library books and automation.
• absence of auditorium.
• Insufficient Library Space/furniture, Reference section and Reading Room

• Lack of research facilities
• Shortage of Computers
• Limited Resources and facilities of laboratories and lack of modernization of existing laboratories.
• absence of Hostel accommodation.

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