Student Orientation

The student orientation is organized on the first and second days of the session. Organized faculty-wise, the students and their parents are welcomed to the college, and are informed about the college code of conduct, various subject societies and opportunities for self-growth and skill acquisition. Teachers in charge of various activities address the students and inform them about important events in the college calendar.

An important part of this interaction is that the students and parents are informed about various support systems like scholarships, grievance redressal regarding college and university issues, and the women studies and support cell which addresses all issues of gender bias on one hand, and creates an atmosphere of mutual respect, learning and growing together.

The college has a vibrant cultural and social life, and accordingly, teachers in charge of talent search and cultural activities as well as sports too address the students and apprise them of various opportunities to explore and develop their talents.

The college has an award-winning Youth Red Cross unit as well NSS and Red Ribbon club. All students are encouraged to contribute towards social service and learn to be responsible citizens of this great nation.