Policies & Procedures for Maintaining Academic, Physical and Support facilities.
All students and staff members use general library, internet centre and departmental libraries in order to academically equip themselves. UG students are given 3 library cards and 5 library cards to PG and research scholars with which they can borrow books/periodicals. Science Departments, Computer Science, Commerce (Computer Applications) Commerce (Information System Management) departments have dedicated computer labs where students perform experiments. Regular Seminars and Department Association meetings are held in the ICT enabled Seminar halls. Cricket ground, Gym and other facilities are used exclusively by the students to hone their physical talents. All support facilities are taken care by a separate maintenance department functioning within the campus.
The College has a dedicated Maintenance Department headed by an experienced Monk of the Ramakrishna Mission Monastery and the Maintenance Department works 24 x 7 with skilled & dedicated work force which comprises many Sections namely Electricity, Plumbing, Carpentry, Security, Computers, Network & Servers, Play Ground & Gym, Gardening, Water supply, Sanitation, Building, Laboratories, Free Noon-Meal, Vehicle Parking, Internet, Sports, and Accounts.
Our Maintenance Department lays great emphasis on the quality of maintaining the campus avoiding out-sourcing of works.
All purchase bills & invoices are processed on a Monthly basis. Every Monthly Statement of Accounts is prepared indicating Opening & Closing Balances and is placed in the Managing Committee for approval. This is audited independently by THREE separate Auditing bodies namely Internal Auditors, Statutory Auditors and GST Auditors. Recycling of paper through “well-being from waste” project is taken-up as a measure of conserving the environment. Proper maintenance of the Rain Water Harvesting System helps in re-charging the ground water level in the campus and adjacent areas thereby helping also the local community to overcome the perennial water crisis.