- Committed, Experienced, Qualified and devoted faculty & and supporting staff.
- Supportive management and good administration
- Good and adequate infrastructure facility.
- Safety and Security for all
- Homely atmosphere of the college.
- The institution is in urban area and second big city of Karnataka.
- Quality and geographic mix of undergraduate student population
- Curricular and extracurricular activities in accordance with the present changing scenario will benefit them into current wave of learning.
- Social commitment through extension activities and outreach programmes
- Readiness for positive change
- Since three years our students getting University Ranks
- Ultimately the results are encouraging our efforts.
- The college has efficient 15 teaching faculties out of them 12 are PhD, two are M. Phil, two are PhD guide.
- The institute has introduced four add on courses and three certificate courses imparting skill education and values of ethics.
- The two students have secured fourth rank and two have bagged gold medals from KUD.
- Faculties from the college are members of Syndicate, Senate, members of BOS and BOE.
- Supporting and encouraging management.
- College has contributed significantly in extension activities and institutional social responsibility.
- College canteen provides hygienic food at reasonable price.
- The college encompasses rural students belonging to financially backward, disadvantaged and marginal sections of the society.
- Linkages and formal MOU’s with renowned institutions for research, resource sharing and execution of social responsibilities.
- College located in the heart of city, city buses, KSRTC and BRTS are just five minute workable distance
- Alumni and parents have to be more participatory
- Socio economic hindrance.
- Perception that we are not responsive to the Quality Education
- Challenge in changing culture of campus to initiate interaction with students
- Need for more linkages with Industry and National/International Research institutions.
- Inferiority Complex of the students
- Alumni share needs to be enhanced
- Government does not provide non-salary grants
- Ban on Teaching & non-teaching staff recruitment
- Fewer PG departments
- Being an affiliated college, there is no freedom in curriculum design and implementation.
- Some of the sanctioned teaching and non-teaching posts are vacant.
- Low number of placements
- 60% of the students belong to economically weaker section of the society.
- The college has not yet been able to set up boy’s hostel.
- Non grant PG courses.
- Office and library automation partially.
- Expertise and infrastructure can be better used.
- Develop new sources of income through program development
- Putting better technology in the classrooms
- Increase in the number of Add on /Value Based/Skill development Courses.
- Rural background provides opportunity to introduce more PG programmes
- Availability of experts from various fields and professionals in and around the district
- Scope for developing faculty cum student exchange program with various other colleges/universities/institutions
- Ensuring greater student involvement in various programs
- More job oriented courses/ skill based courses can be offered.
- Scope for generation of funds from external and alumni.
- There are opportunities to develop better tie with industry.
- Better and more welfare measures for students and staff can be undertaken.
- To develop more class rooms with ICT based facilities.
- To strengthen various research activities through MOU and collaborations with reputed institution.
- Scope for Inter-Institutional student exchange programmes.
- Strengthening of camps placements, network with alumni.
- State Government’s policy about higher education is not stable.
- Arrival of foreign universities and colleges as per the NEP
- Competitions from Government Colleges & Open University (Distance education).
- Lack of necessary government support for all programmes.
- Increased external competition and emergence of new approaches to education
- Local migration of students
- G. Courses are permanently self-financed.
- Enabling the students to improve their spoken English communication, because of their rural background .
- Increase the employability of the students.
- Delay in sanctioning of teaching and administrative posts by the government is another hurdle.
- Opening of Govt colleges has affected the student intake of the college.