Students' Aid Fund: The college has created this fund with the objective of rendering financial and other assistance to needy and deserving students of the college. Students in need of financial assistance can apply in response to notices to that effect on the Notice Boards.
Following aid is provided to needy, deserving and meritorious students.
Applications on prescribed form are to be submitted by students to the administrative section of the college as per the deadline as per the notice. The applications are invited twice in one academic session normally in August and January. The college also provides exemption of Tuition Fee and Admission Fee to all Scheduled Caste/Tribe students whose parent's income is such that they are not paying Income Tax (required submission of a salary certificate). The convener for this aid is the Bursar of the college.
'EARN WHILE YOU LEARN'
Students from economically challenged background often work to support their way through college. Often students who came from far-flung places in the country found it difficult to find suitable part-time jobs to sustain them. We believed it would be a 'win-win' situation if students were allowed to work in the college for a payment. In 2006, the college library was computerized with help of students. Since then, we have been engaging students in small short term jobs, whenever necessary, for a small honorarium. Ever since the college switched to Linux, we had been finding it difficult to find cost effective AMC's for the computers. A solution came when computer science students took on the responsibility. Students in batches of two look after about 50 computers each for a stipend each month. the scheme has been highly successful since it also enabled good learning and training for the students.