SWOC

 

 

                                        SWOC ANALYSIS 

 

 

STRENGTHS

  • Government College and Excellent support from DCE and CDC 
  • 2F and 12B and RUSA funded
  • Multi-faculty institution with UG, PG courses and research centre in Kannada, Gandhi and Ambedkar Adhyayana Kendra
  • Highly qualified and committed, vibrant faculty with good personal profile, 50% with Ph.D., National and International level award winners, Writers and Scientists.
  •  Locational advantage with good transport surrounded by feeder colleges.
  • Highly vibrant IQAC inculcating quality culture and focussing on quality enhancement and sustenance strategies, with a potential to evolve and institutionalise best practices
  • Team work is the essence of strength in the activities of the institution that makes it stand apart.
  • Good number of faculty on BoS and BoE
  • Resourceful library with internet facility, INFLIBNET/N-List/e-shodhaganga.
  • E-content creation by faculty and contribution to Karnataka LMS 
  • ICT enabled teaching, online classes, tests, seminars.
  • Excellent results with students bagging ranks and gold medals
  • Active units of NCC, NSS, Youth Red Cross, Rovers and Rangers
  • Excellent infrastructure with well-established laboratories to cater to the needs of students of all the programs
  • ‘Chethana’-Enabling unit for physically disabled striving towards enablement of Visually Impaired in all spheres of education and placement.
  • Student empowerment through various activities like Add-on courses/certificate courses, College Magazine, cultural, Sports activities etc.
  • Theatre club offering certificate and diploma course on theatre activities, moulding the creation of best theatre persons
  •  Potential to organise offline and online Teacher empowerment programs
  • Promotion of research culture: ICSSR and INSA Sponsored Major and minor research projects and good number of publications, proceedings with ISBN, research anthology with ISSN
  • Constitution of 70 committees for decentralisation of work. Student engagement and participation in governance.
  • Institution’s orientation towards community engagement
  • Gender sensitisation programs including third gender
  • Regular Capacity building, Skill development, Personality development programs for both teachers and students
  • Regular Campus cleanliness drives, energy, environment, green Audit, Green campus initiatives 
  • Capacity to enter into MoUs, ages, raise funds and donations
  • Potential to immediately change over to online mode during the pandemic

 

 WEAKNESS

  • Less number of classrooms with smart boards
  • No Institutional hostel facility for students

 OPPORTUNITIES.

  • To add additional number of PG and UG courses
  • Opportunity to enable Visually Impaired students
  • Capacity to extend the Social Network.
  • Well connected by public transport.
  • Opportunity to learn new ICT based apps during the pandemic
  • To get ISO Certification
  • Hostel facility near the campus for SC/ST/OBC and divyangjan students
  • Capacity to shoulder the responsibility of any work assigned by the Government.
  • To extend the add-on courses to more number of students
  • To increase the placement activities and increase industry-academia interaction

 CHALLENGES

  • Frequent transfers and deputations of teaching staff.
  • Students from diverse Socio-economic background, most of them are from BPL families and First- Generation Learners
  • Nutrition problems of the students.

 

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