Institution’s Best Practices

Best Practices

Besides imparting quality education to the students, the college adhering to its mission of serving the society, also ventures into the domains of noble activities.

Best Practice-I

Title: Scholarships/Financial Aid Other Than Government Schemes

Objective: To provide fee scholarships to needy and meritorious students

Context: We believe that an educational institution is a vehicle to reach one’s life goals, but coming across many determined and talented students who fall short of their goals because of financial limitations, inspire us to provide scholarship to economically disadvantaged students and motivate the deserving students to translate their endeavours into action. The following scholarships are thus provided to the students:

i) *

Evidence of Success:


First Position in University Rs. 5,000/-
Second Position in University Rs. 4,000/-
University Merit List from 3rd to 10th Position Rs. 3,000/-
95% and Above Marks in Board Exam Total Freeship (Only Compulsory Charges)
90% to 94.9% Marks in Board Exam Rs. 5,000/-
85% to 89.9% Marks in Board Exam Rs. 4,000/-
80% to 84.9% Marks in Board Exam Rs. 3,000/-
First Position Holders in the Class (Minimum 90% Marks) Rs. 3,000/-
Sports Persons of State/National level Rs. 5,000/-
Committees Committees
Committees Committees

(*This scholarship is available only at entry level)


Single Girl Child Rs. 5,000/-
Brother/Sister Concession Rs. 2,000/-


Parentless Rs. 5,000/-
Fatherless Rs. 4,000/-
Concession for Economically Weaker Section (General Category) Rs. 3,000/-


This scholarship is available to 50 needy students on the recommendation of the Principal and personal interview of the students by a philanthropist NRI.


Financial assistance is limited up to 10 students.


Financial assistance is provided on the basis of a written test which is conducted by the society itself every year. Maximum limit is Rs. 30,000/- per annum to a student.

Scheme of Post-Matric Scholarship for Students Belonging to The Minority Communities

Scholarships are awarded to the students belonging to Minority Communities (Muslim, Christian, Sikh, Buddhist, Jain and Zoroastrians (Parsis) under this category as per the guidelines issued by Government.

  1. Scholarship will be awarded to the students who have secured not less than 50% marks or equivalent grade in the previous final examination and the annual income of whose Parents/guardian from all sources does not exceed Rs.2.50 lakh.
  2. Scholarships will not be given to more than two students in a family.
  3. The students should be regular in attendance minimum 75% attendance of student is compulsory in semester/annual
  4. A scholarship holder under this scheme will not avail any other scholarship/stipend for pursuing the course.

Scheme of Post-Matric Scholarship to the SC/BC  Students

The scholarship under this category will be as per the following guidelines/conditions issued by Punjab Government:

  1. Minimum 75% attendance of student is compulsory in semester/annual.
  2. Annual income of whose Parents/guardian from all sources does not exceed Rs.2.50 lakh for SC Students.
  3. Annual income of whose Parents/guardian from all sources does not exceed Rs.1.00 lakh for BC Students.
  4. A scholarship holder under this scheme will not avail any other scholarship/stipend for pursuing the course.
  5. Students of SC category will deposit their college fee in full and they will get reimbursement from the Punjab Govt as and when the scholarship grant is released to be beneficiaries.
  6. To be eligible for this scholarship, caste certificate, Aadhar card, Bank account and income certificate is must. 

Best Practice- II

Blood Donation 

Context: The college aims at making the students sensitive towards mankind and to play a participative and constructive role towards the welfare of society. It also helps students in making them responsible and concerned. Blood donation camps are organised on the campus under the supervision of  the NSS program officer, Prof. Amit Singla . The blood bank of Civil Hospital, Bathinda cannot cater to the needs of all the critical patients in need of blood in a very short span of time. Thus was felt the need of donating blood in cases of emergency by the college.

Evidence of Success: A blood donor group has been constituted in the college, wherein the students and the faculty come forward to the rescue of emergency patients. A list of volunteer blood donors has been prepared. The NSS program officer, Prof. Amit Singla keeps in touch with well- known hospitals and NGOs of the city and share details on whatsapp, so that the need of blood can be fulfilled at the right time.

Best Practice-III

Title: Free Computer Literacy Classes to senior citizens

Context: In a noble bid to provide assistance to the elderly, the Department of Computer Science headed by Prof. Vandana Jindal, has introduced computer literacy classes for the senior citizens to make them self-reliant in the present scenario, where working knowledge of computers is required in every field. The senior citizens are taught about the basics of computers, online transactions, etc. which has elicited a favourable response.

Evidence of success: Many senior citizens were benefited from this scheme.

Institutional Distinctiveness

Imparting Kabaddi Training

The college has been providing free coaching for Kabaddi for several years. The efforts have been fruitful as many of the athletes trained under the guidance of Professor Kuldeep Singh, Head, Department of Physical Education have been the participants in several National as well as International level tournaments and have brought  laurels by winning several medals and trophies for the college which is noteworthy.

It is not only the students of the college who have benefitted from expert coaching provided, but coaching is also provided to army personnel in the premises.

Donating Woolen Wear

Context: Taking a step forward in contributing to the cause of ailing humanity and providing respite in extreme winters, the college in collaboration with a leading manufacturer distributes woolen wear to under-privileged and needy students.