SWOC Analysis

Strength

  • Illustrious  faculty.
  • Student centred teaching.
  • High success rates of examinations as compared to university results.
  • Representation by many faculty members in Board of Studies and Academic Councils of many universities and autonomous colleges.
  • Outstanding performance in sports.
  • Conduction of various extension, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.
  • Student feedback mechanism for further improvement.
  • Optimum utilization of resources.
  • High rate of enrollment of students belonging to deprived class.
  • Emphasis on gender equality and sensitivity.
  • Eco-friendly premises.
  • Student’s friendly services.
  • Active career and counseling cell.
  • Autonomy to function as per UGC guidelines with some restrictions by the state government.
  • Excellent   performance of NCC and NSS units.
  • A partner of the college cluster scheme introduced by the state government.
 

Weakness

  • Loss of teaching hours due to conduction of universities and other examination apart from local  examination.
  • Short of regular teaching faculty .
  • Inadequate class rooms.
  • Inability to introduce new course.
 

Opportunities

  • Being located in the backward region it is great opportunities to provide quality education to the under privileged and community weaker section of the society.
  • To enhance teaching and learning ability of student and faculty through exchange program within the cluster college.
 

Challenges

  • Keeping pace with the rapid changes in higher education.
  • Extension of class rooms.
  • Inadequate Infrastructure in comparison to high rate of enrolment of students each year.
  • To enhance language and communication competence of the students coming from the backward and remote areas.
  • To enable students to compete state and national level competitions with existing  available resources.
 
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