Holistic Development of Youth
The College has a long history of charting a course that would ensure that its vision to be a centre of excellence and to be a catalyst in facilitating a holistic development of youth with international standards, edified with the sanctity of truth, equipped to serve, grounded on Christian ideals, is always achieved and bettered. The College ensures the holistic development of the students in the academic, cocurricular and extra-curricular aspects, as well as in grooming them to be responsible citizens with social commitment, keeping up ethical standards based on Christian ideals.
The Internal Quality Assurance Cell of the College, in sync with the various Departments, Clubs and Committees has institutionalised several activities that would transform the students into responsible and contributing global citizens.
Participation in Extension Activities: The students are inspired to take up leadership roles in projects like zero plastic campus and nature conservation activities of a similar kind through the Bhoomitrasenasena Scheme, Nature Club and the National Service Scheme, all of which is monitored by the IQAC of the College.
Skill Development Programmes: The students are given career orientation programmes and trained in Skill Development through initiatives like the Additional Skill Development Programme (ASAP).
Women Empowerment: The College realises that excellence can be achieved only when women, who form the bulk of the students of the College, are empowered. The IQAC of the College through the Women’s Cell and the Women’s Study Unit of the college conduct myriad activities throughout the year to achieve this purpose.
Conduct of International/ National Events: International and National Conferences, workshops, seminars and lectures are organised regularly to impart the latest developments in academic and research fields. Graduate and Post Graduate students are given opportunities to carry out Summer Research projects at reputed institutions like the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore, Indian Science Academies, Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology (IIST) and the IITs.
Along with the intelligence quotient and emotional quotient, spiritual quotient is equally important. Each day therefore, starts with a morning prayer and a chapel service is conducted on every Wednesday, during which the College Chaplain teaches on the Christian ideals.