A Placement Cell functions in the College for providing employment opportunities to its students. A database of schools and colleges has been developed and contact with such institutions has been established so that requirement of teachers can be received from time to time and students are informed accordingly. The placement cell also undertakes personality development programmes, help sharpen the interview skills, provide support for language development, and enhance the ICT skills of prospective teachers.
The college has a well-established mechanism for addressing the grievances, if any of the students and the faculty. The Grievance and Redressal committee, which is headed by the Principal, includes HoD’s of various departments, members of the IQAC and student representatives from different programmes. The committee collects feedback from the students in an anonymous manner and convenes a meeting on monthly basis for addressing the issues of the various stakeholders.
The Guidance and Counselling Committee of the college is being looked after by a trained psychologist/counsellor, who provides guidance and support to the students. The committee identifies students who require services on priority along with their areas of deficiency and suggests the improvement required. It also conducts orientation programmes and arranges expert lectures for career counselling. One of the activities of the guidance and counselling committee is to administer psychological tests and tools to collect data from student for improving pupil support/ guidance services. The committee also conducts individual as well as group counselling sessions.
The college organizes remedial classes for students who do not perform well in the internal examination. These students are identified on the basis of their understanding and abilities of comprehension and performance in oral/written tests, assignments and seminars. Additional help to these trainees is rendered through problem-solving sessions, revisions and interactive discussions and through personal mentoring by the teachers concerned. Enrichment classes are conducted for advance learners as well. They are exposed to both digital as well as traditional resources for enrichment. Brainstorming sessions, projects, seminars and discussions are organised to nurture their creative abilities. Peer group learning, quizzes, essay writing competitions, Decision Making Exercises etc. are some of the activities organised for these students.
The college provides necessary infrastructure, ICT support, books, instructional material and allied resources for the enhancement of effectiveness of teaching and mentoring of the students. Various in house training programmes such as Personality Development, Communication Skills, Programmes on Life Skills, ICT Skills, Management Skills, Micro and Macro skills of teaching and Skills of organising events are also conducted from time to time on the basis of needs identified after administering the Training Need Analysis (TNA) Questionnaire. These programmes help in building competencies and confidence amongst trainees to become effective teachers.