Academic Master Plan
Location and surrounding environment: The college is located in a semi-urban area away from the mainstream of urban life. The college is surrounded by villages inhabited by people belonging to different castes and religions. The sylvan and picturesque atmosphere contribute to a large measure towards creating a sound academic atmosphere.
Plan for future expansion : The college will endeavour to make all efforts
(a) to bring the Commerce Stream under the deficit system of Grants-in-aid.
(b) to introduce P.G. courses in some selected subjects.
(c) to open career oriented courses such as Communication English, Computer & I. T., Tourism and Travel Management, Industrial Fish and Fishery, Environment and Water Management etc. at the U.G. level.
Extension activities : The college proposes to vigorously carry on Extension activities in such spheres as drive against illiteracy, creating awareness on health and hygiene, environmental awareness, socio-economic surveys, entrepreneurship developments.
Development of infrastructure : The college proposes to initiate the following infrastructure development works on a priority basis in the coming years –
(a) Construction of an Auditorium,
(b) Construction of Hostels for Boys and Girls separately,
(c) Construction of residential quarter Complex for the Principal,
(d) Creation of a Mini-Sports complex in the campus.
Plan for quality improvement : The College authority will form a Quality Improvement cell with eminent educationists and teachers to draw up a detailed and comprehensive strategy for achievement of quality in the process of teaching and learning. The Academic Committee will suggest innovative measures to make teaching and learning process more effective.
Collaboration with Institutes/NGOs : The college will endeavor to make sincere efforts in the direction of building up a collaboration with other Institutes and different N G O for the purpose of exchanging expretise and know-how in different fields.
Resource mobilisation plan : The college is fully aware of the fact that dearth of resources is the Principal deterrent in the way of its development. Hence, the college proposes it chalk out a detailed strategy for augmenting its resources in the coming years. To begin with :
(a) by introducing career oriented courses,
(b) collection of donation from members of the teaching and the non-teaching staff,
(c) collection of donation from the public,
(d) involvement of the Alumni Association in development works,
(e) development of the existing fishery into a scientifically modernized centre for Industrial Fish and Fishery,
(f) plantation of timber – yielding and medicinal trees in the Botanical Garden, and
(g) organising charity and entertainment programmes.