Criterion - 7
Institutional Values and Best Practices

7.1 :- Institutional Values and Social Responsibilities

7.1.1  Measures initiated by the Institution for the promotion of gender equity during the last five years.

Response :


SRCOE has undertaken various gender sensitivity initiatives and actions for having healthy, secure/safe atmosphere in the campus. A few of them are listed below,


1.NSS cell of the institute is active and encourages girl students to participate and register for NSS. A NSS is successfully conducting social activities to serve the society and as a result of which NSS cell o have girl students. The health centre is provided on the campus with a qualified physician with a separate medical room.


2.The institute has a policy of appreciating faculty without gender bias. Women faculty are nominated, based on their ability, as heads of the departments and conveners of various committees and discharging their duties efficiently


3.Institution as organized various events to prompt gender equity and they are as under,


Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao Jan Aandolan Rally,Nirbhaya Kanya Abhiyaan Celebrations of International Women’s Day Yoga Sessions Meditation Sessions Women’s Hygiene and health Woman Self Defense Gender Equality and Gender Sensitivity The women staff are also members of various committees viz. Anti-Ragging, ICC, etc.


4. Safety & Security: The approach road near the academic/hostel building, laboratories, various porches etc. are provided with the Day & night CCTV cameras, and the movements are recorded through a distributed DVR system to monitor and control the unwanted entries. This is informed and notified to all female staff and students.


5. Security Guards:- In addition, the security guards are deployed in the institute. At the entry and exit the staff & students have to display their I-cards; movements are recorded in the register.


6. Hostels:- There are separate hostels for boys and girls are available in the campus and their dining halls are also separate. The hostel rules are formed & are made known to the inmates. Wardens, both gents and ladies are appointed.


7. Counselling:- Institute has appointed on visiting basis a women and gents qualified counselor and she/he has conducted the sessions on gender sensitivity. Also the male/female police professional from local police station interact with both boys and girls and have counselled them about good behavior among girl & boy students. Also GFMs do the work of counseling as and when required.


8. Girls & Boys Common Room:- Are available with adjacent wash room, fans, sitting arrangement and newspaper stands.


The girls common room is also provided with a sanitary napkin vending machine


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7.1.2  The Institution has facilities for alternate sources of energy and energy conservation measures.

1.Solar energy

2.Biogas plant

3.Wheeling to the Grid

4.Sensor-based energy conservation

5.Use of LED bulbs/ power efficient equipment

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7.1.3  Describe the facilities in the Institution for the management of the following types of degradable and non-degradable waste (within 500 words).

1.Solid waste management

2.Liquid waste management

3.Biomedical waste management

4.E-waste management

5.Waste recycling system

6.Hazardous chemicals and radioactive waste management

Response :


♦ Solid waste management

♦ Liquid waste management

♦ E-waste management

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Solid waste Management: The following initiatives under taken by the college towards the management of solid waste.


1.  Dust bins are provided at the corners of each room and corridor to collect solid waste.

2.  Provision of display boards regarding the dust bins, cleanliness

3.  From Time to time students are educated on waste management.

4.  Display of slogans and thoughts in the common passage


Liquid waste management: Proper sewage system is present in all the washrooms of the college, and appropriate care is taken to see that there is no water stagnation to discourage mosquito breeding. The Liquid Waste from the labs is sent out through the sewage system without any danger of hazardous effects on the environment. The rain water from the terrace of the college is directed towards the ground through pipes where other trees and rain water harvesting pits are located at respective places. The waste water generated by RO Plants is being channelized into the college garden through the same water harvesting.


E-waste management: Though not much e-waste is generated in the institution on a daily basis, the electronic waste in the college includes discarded electrical or electronic devices such as used electronic parts, burned or faulty electric bulbs, cut or burned wires, and computers peripherals certified broken or unusable. These materials are segregated as reuse, resale, salvage, recycling, or disposal. The items like printer cartridges are refilled and used and the unusable items are disposed of through Data Care Services Pvt. Ltd, Pune..


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7.1.4  Water conservation facilities available in the Institution:

1.Rain water harvesting

2.Borewell /Open well recharge

3.Construction of tanks and bunds

4.Waste water recycling

5.Maintenance of water bodies and distribution system in the campus

Response : A. Any 4 or all of the above


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7.1.5  Green campus initiatives include:

1.Restricted entry of automobiles

2.Use of Bicycles/ Battery powered vehicles

3.Pedestrian Friendly pathways

4.Ban on use of Plastic

5.landscaping with trees and plants

Response : B. 3 of the above


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7.1.6  Quality audits on environment and energy are regularly undertaken by the Institution and any awards received for such green campus initiatives:

1.Green audit

2.Energy audit

3.Environment audit

4.Clean and green campus recognitions / awards

5.Beyond the campus environmental promotion activities

Response : A. Any 4 or all of the above


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7.1.7  The Institution has disabled-friendly, barrier free environment

1.Built environment with ramps/lifts for easy access to classrooms.

2.Divyangjan friendly washrooms

3.Signage including tactile path, lights, display boards and signposts

4.Assistive technology and facilities for Divyangjan accessible website, screen-reading software, mechanized equipment

5.Provision for enquiry and information : Human assistance, reader, scribe, soft copies of reading material, screen reading

Response : B. 3 of the above


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7.1.8  Describe the Institutional efforts/initiatives in providing an inclusive environment i.e., tolerance and harmony towards cultural, regional, linguistic, communal socioeconomic and other diversities (within 500 words).

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India is a country with unity in diversity and it is mentioned in the pledge. Institute Conducts pledge taking ceremony during each of the Student Induction Program (SIP). This is conducted for newly admitted students of each academic year. The said program is basically for the students to know each other, their culture traditions etc., as they come to Institute from different backgrounds. The art and craft, culture and sports activities are conducted so that the students and staff interact, work and participate together, that helps to build a communal harmony In response to AICTE guidelines, Institute promotes and organizes the programs of tolerance and harmony towards cultural, regional, linguistic, communal, socio-economic and other diversities.


Gender sensitivity, Nirbhay Kanya Abhiyan, various cultural days viz.traditional day, Chocolate days etc. are organised for Communal and social mixing up of students. Unity days, the Jayanti and Punyatithis of various social reformers like honorable Shivaji Maharaj, honorable Shahu Maharaj, Shri Savitribai Phule, Mahatma Phule, Mahatma Gandhi, Sardar Patel, Nehru, Swami Vivekananda, Subhash Chandra Bose etc. so as to imbibe the culture of Unity and Diversity among students . The inspiring video lectures of Hon. Abdul Kalam, Hon. Mrs Sindhutai Sapkal- Social Worker and many others are shown to students and that has resulted into a very happy and peaceful campus. In the mess of the hostel, all festivals are celebrated and students staffs participate in it.


During covid-19 pandemic through the NSS cell students and staff donated food items, masks, medicines, sanitizers to nearby villages as a commitment of responsibility towards the society. Blood donation, vaccination drives, awareness about vaccination programs/events were organised and students and teachers across all religions caste(s) etc. participated. At the time of heavy rains and flood situation in Konkan and western part of Maharashtra, staff and students donated amount to the flood relief camps and it was on voluntary basis.


Thus Institute is very sensitive towards this aspect and takes all necessary steps promotions for the Communal harmony.
In all the above-narrated programs/events both male & female staff and students wholeheartedly and happily participated & successfully conducted these events.


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7.1.9  Sensitization of students and employees of the Institution to the constitutional obligations: values, rights, duties and responsibilities of citizens (within 500 words).

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India is a democratic country and enjoys unity in diversity. Since childhood the “pledge” about one country and countrymen is mentioned in the textbooks. However this is reminded and students are made aware about it during SIP as well as on the occasion of 15th August and 26 January programs. The country consists of people with different social, economic, cultural and religious background with diversity in languages, traditions caste etc. Men and women are treated equally and are provided with equal opportunities Our Institute sensitizes the students and employees (teaching and non-teaching) of the institution to the constitutional obligations about values, rights, duties and responsibilities of citizens, which makes them to behave in a very responsible way for harmony among all communities, which is the beauty of this country. Certain charts are prepared in this content by teachers and students and are displayed at prominent places of institute/hostels etc.

Institute conducts programs such as Sanvidhan Divas , voters awareness program, Ekta Divas etc. to embibe strong roots of democracy and equality in all respects, among the staff and students.

Students are aware about the admission, scholarship policies and teachers know about recruitment policies etc. are as per the “Reservation policy” of constitution of India. Also they are aware about the 33% women reservation in admissions, government jobs, etc.Students are provided with knowledge, values, technical and life skills those are necessary for one’s balance between life and livelihood. They are well equipped with supportive, effective, safe, accessible, affordable learning ecosystem and are part of college's value system.

The various programs viz. cultural, traditional, sports, blood donation, NSS camps, social activities etc. are conducted. Prominent people were invited during covid-19 pandemic, time for engaging webinars to inspire students about values and ethics, their responsibilities towards society, etc. The seminars, activities .webinars on cleanliness Unnat Bharat Abhiyan, Swachh Bharat, world Environment Day, no or minimum use of plastic etc. are conducted.The institute has the rules and regulations student charter that reflect core values. For academic and hostels rules are prepared and are informed to student and staff.

As per the guidelines of AICTE, Institute organizes SIP and during covid-19, the e-SIP was conducted and the program consists of legal and professional ethics, mindfulness in classrooms, know your duties and responsibilities, cyber security, mental and physical health, women empowerment, gender equality etc.

The aims and objectives of SIP include:

1. An exposure to holistic development of students and sensitize about one's responsibilities towards selffamily- society -nation -world and entire Nature.

2. To imbibe discipline in life, daily routine, bonding among fellow students, family members, society etc.

3. To familiarize with ethos and culture of Institution.

4. To be responsible and knowledgeable technocrat/professionals with ethical practices.


The gender sensitivity, Hygiene and health management of social students, ill effects of ragging and staff. Internal complaint committee for which rules and regulations are informed to the students


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7.1.10  The Institution has a prescribed code of conduct for students, teachers, administrators and other staff and conducts periodic programmes in this regard.

1.The Code of Conduct is displayed on the website

2.There is a committee to monitor adherence to the Code of Conduct

3.Institution organizes professional ethics programmes for students, teachers, administrators and other staff

4.Annual awareness programmes on Code of Conduct are organized

Response : B. 3 of the above


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7.1.11  Institution celebrates / organizes national and international commemorative days, events and festivals (within 500 words).

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Institution celebrates National and international commemorative days on regular basis to maintain peace harmony and healthy work and teaching learning atmosphere in the institute and to make the learners aware about national pride, rich cultural heritage and international traditions/culture etc.


Every year on the occasion of National Festivals viz. Independence Day on 15th August and Republic Day on 26th Jan are celebrated National Tri-color is unfolded/hoisted. NSS cell, students, teachers sing the national anthem. Other patriotic songs are sung as well as played. The Chairman, Principal, Staff and student delivers the Independence/Republic Day speeches and reminds all the gathering, the sacrifice done by our freedom fighters and citizens to get the freedom. Also narrate the importance of democracy and constitutional duties and responsibilities of the citizens of India. It motivates the students and staff and brings the sense of Patriotism among them.


On the occasion of birth anniversary of first President of India Dr. S Radhakrishnan on 5th September every year, as a Teacher's Day. His great qualities are told to the students who get inspired by the same. Similarly “Guru-Pournima” is also organised to understand the importance of “Guru” in life and pay respect to him.


On the occasion of birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi on 2nd October Swachh Bharat Abhiyan and speeches are organised and importance of Non-violence is told to the commemorate Gandhi Jayanti. National Unity day, Run for Unity, Fit-India programs are organised to celebrate the birth anniversary of Shri. Sardar Patel. On 14th November ‘Bal- Din’ is celebrated to pay tributes to first Prime Minister of India Shri Jawaharlal Nehru. International yoga day is celebrated on 21st June each year and yoga-meditation sessions are conducted for staff and students.


Youth Day is celebrated on 12th Jan to celebrate Jayanti of Sri Swami Vivekananda and his principles, messages to youths are told to motivate them. Engineers Day celebrated on 15 September to pay tributes to the great engineer of this country Shri Sir M Visvesvaraya and his accomplishments are recalled. World Water Day is celebrated on 22nd March that highlights the importance of fresh water. The day is celebrated to advocate for sustainable management of fresh water resources. On 5th June each year environment day is organised to spread the awareness about how to conserve it and the means and measures necessary to curb the pollution of environment and to know the ill effects of climate change.Students are encouraged to participate in activities like poster presentation, speeches on this occasion, video shows, paintings and other creative ideas on the said events.


Tree plantations, presentations, storytelling events etc. is organized by NSS cell of the institute. The occasion also helps to understand students about the importance of environment on life and it’s preservation. Whatever natural resources are available, to be used meticulously individuals to behave in a responsible way towards the environment.


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7.2 :- Best Practices

7.2.1  Describe two best practices successfully implemented by the Institution as per NAAC format provided in the Manual.

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Best Practice  - 2


1 1.0 Title: Continual Improvement of academic processes and programs


2.0 Goal


The aim of the practice followed by the SRCOE is to continuality improve the effectiveness of its laid down systems and processes by regularly assessing and evaluating the extent to which the SRCOE quality policy and objectives are being attained. For this purpose, a quality policy has been established, displayed at prominent locations in the SRCOE and everyone has been made to understand the intent of the quality policy and the commitment contained in it. Quality objectives along with their means and measures have been established for various functions and levels. The management periodically reviews the policy and objectives for continuing suitability, adequacy, and effectiveness by the provision of adequate resources.




The SRCOE has committed itself to the development and implementation of a continuous improvement process for improving the effectiveness of the academic processes and programs. For measuring the effectiveness of the processes, key academic objectives have been identified. Targets are set against each of these objectives that define the expected level of attainment for each objective. The data is collected periodically from each stakeholder at the end of each semester and reviewed in a meeting of the top officials of the SRCOE. Summary of the results of the evaluation indicating the level achieved is prepared and used as an input for setting targets for the next year. The results of these processes are utilized to effect continuous improvement of the academic processes and the programs offered. For doing this, assessment methods are used to gather the data upon which the evaluation of each objective is based.


4.0 The Practice


Each academic program completes a SWOT analysis at the beginning of each academic year in its faculty meetingg through brainstorming. The results of the SWOT analysis are then used to identify key and critical areas of concern where action plans must be initiated to improve performance. These critical areas are then transferred to the committee which clearly describes the risk of not undertaking this improvement in the short and the long term followed by an action plan, responsibility, and the completion date till the time the risk level.


Also, targets are set for critical academic and research parameters critical for the growth of the SRCOE and are reviewed periodically. The targets are set for the following key academic performance indicators:


1. Academic Credit Score: The credit score is calculated for each program and is indicative of the course weight and the number of students who undertake that course. The score for a program provides an insight into the faculty requirements for that program and the teaching load of the department. This score is calculated separately for both UG and PGprograms.

2. Faculty strength and student-teacherratio

3. Number of Publications in UGC approvedjournals

4. Number of sponsored research and infrastructureprojects

5. Number of full time Teaching Assistant/ResearchScholars

6. Number of new UG or PG programsproposed

7. Student Placement

8. Collaborations, conferences, and short term courses


The data is collected for each program and reviewed. The results of this analysis are used to plan targets for the subsequent years.


5.0 Evidence of Success


Periodically the research & publication work is monitored. The risks have been categorized under broad headings such as faculty, research output, infrastructure, research scholars etc. The projects are periodically reviewed for evaluating the success of each project in reducing the risk.

The target set for each department has helped to focus on its performance every year. The best performing department is announced on an annual day every year. A sheet for the research publication, Sponsored projects, and funding data for the previous year(s) is given in webpage table.


6.0 Problems encountered and resources required


The SRCOE did not have much problem in implementing the above. Such practices are routinely used by the industry and corporate houses but are rarely used in academic institutions. So it needed some training and motivation to clearly explain the usefulness of these practices. The practice has been in place since the last more than two years and because of its immense benefits has been adopted throughout the Institute.


7.0 Note


The institute’s ecosystem of IIC & R&D/Start-up etc. is very supportive ad faculty, as well as students, are encouraged to attend the conferences/organize conferences, publish papers, participate in technical competitions, and by doing so they get better exposure and it can help to evolve innovative ideas. Institute is striving hard to further strengthen this activity by incorporating the assistance by experts from the industry and more such MoUs shall be signed to foster the IIC-Start-up cell activities


Best Practice – 2


1.0 Title of the Practice – Promotion of Higher Education among Rural Areas and For Reservation Students

2.0 Goal


1. No development without education – A well-educated population, adequately equipped with knowledge and skill not only helps the economic growth but it also helps in inclusive growth.

2. Educational deprivation divides societies and consolidates unjust structures – There is a huge gap of literacy rate between rural and urban areas, between general and category students and hence rural and backward populations will not be engaged in the development process which will not bear the desired fruits

3. Educational deprivation leads to income poverty – Education can help to prepare the skilled based labor and human resources which will help to improve the income of the rural population.

4. One’s responsibility country’s responsibility – Education policy is one of the core responsibilities of the country and thus helps to boost National Development through highly educated Rural India


3.0 The Context


The importance of education in human growth is inevitable. Education is the right of every individual irrespective of gender, race, income, geographic location, culture or background. India as a developing nation has been systematically progressing on the educational front since its independence and has seen an appreciable surge in reaching out to all the classes of its society. The accelerated growth in the field of education will help in building Nation’s strength. An overwhelming demographic divide still persists in accessing quality higher education with several communities still remaining under represented, contradicting the very objective of equity within the social growth of the country. SRCOE took a small step in helping achieving the social growth by promoting the importance of higher education among rural and reservation students. SRCOE conducted several lecturers on career guidance, career opportunities, personal development and many more to motivate the rural and category peers of the society.


4.0 The Practice


The Government is ensuring to reach the quality higher education to every nook and corner of the country. The same is also depicted in NEP2020. SROCE understood the importance of higher education amongst the rural and reserved category, socially deprived students. We conducted a series of sessions for them and could monitor the increase in number of students from rural and reservation students

In few of the cases. Institute has granted concession in fees in order to motivate/encourage the students to go for higher studies. Details are mentioned in audit report. Also NGOs those provide financial support a training is given and few girl students are benefited. (Example- Lila Poonawalla Foundation). The list of sessions conducted by the faculty members conducted at various places is mentioned in webpage table.


5.0 Evidence of Success


On a close scrutiny of general statistics of employment in India, it is observed that in most of the instances, the higher level positions, which contain fewer numbers, continue to be held by urban population. The rural population can held these positions when they are highly qualified and trained accordingly.
SRCOE was successful in reaching to the untraced peers of the society to a larger extent by introducing, updating and motivating them for the higher educational programs and opportunities. We could monitor the change in the number of students admitted at our Institute from last five years from different stratas of reservations. It is evident from the table that the number of the reservation class is definitely increasing. The evidence of success for the same is inevitable from the table as mentioned in webpage table.


6.0 Problems encountered and resources required


There are some problems faced while promoting higher education among rural and reservation students. The students from rural areas are reluctant to go for higher education due to social, cultural, economic and psychographic factors. While motivating these students care has to be taken to address these factors and help them to overcome them. The faculty members have to reach to their level to make them understand about the benefits of higher education. Traveling to their place and interacting with them is a treat but sometimes it is very tiring and strenuous. The response received from these students makes the interaction fruitful and productive.


7.0 Note


Institute has to travel to their places for career counseling and at remote places. “stay”/night halts becomes a challenge.


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7.3 :- Institutional Distinctiveness

7.3.1  Portray the performance of the Institution in one area distinctive to its priority and thrust within 1000 words

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In tune with Institute’s vision of imparting quality education, we expect students to have Core/sound technical knowledge and be a professional with ethical values. We look at holistic development of students. For this effective implementation of Outcome Based Education (OBE) is extremely important. OBE is student centric, teaching and learning methodology in which the course delivery, assessment are planned to achieve the stated objectives and outcomes. It focuses on measuring student performance at different levels of Bloom's revised Taxonomy. OBE demands a clear focus and Organization of a complete ecosystem in an Educational Institution/Department, that is essential for all students to be able to successfully acquire knowledge, apply and carry out innovation at the end of their learning experience. This necessitates clearly identifying distinct set of actions and procedures/systems, which an institute can follow to ensure the proper implementation of Outcome Based Education. So being an affiliated Institute, the syllabus/content (as prescribed by University) delivery is being done properly but at the same time the industry needs/demands are found out for which assistance of industry experts and Alumni is taken and accordingly the add-on courses training sessions of students as well as teachers are organised by the institute and there upon the students are made job ready or employable. As OBE demonstrates learning is outcome based rather than merely accumulation of course credits/percentage of marks, by students


In this regard teacher’s industrial training, FDPs, refresher courses are arranged and they are motivated to attend the same. In covid-19 pandemic, many of the teachers attended most of the webinars on technical courses along with yoga, meditation and universal human values, exam reforms, effective implementation of Outcome Based Education etc. this empowered the teachers to deliver the course contents properly with due weightage to the practical knowledge. Similarly the students are also encouraged to attend the add on courses, training sessions of their own interest, but in the emerging areas viz. sustainable development, Electric vehicle, Robotics, 3D-printing, cyber security, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, AR, VR, Python, PLC-SCADA, e-plan, HIToffice, Rivet, TECLA, etc. to name a few which resulted into improvement in the placements. Institute has also provided a platform for Entrepreneurship Development, start-up, Innovations etc. for those who want to pursue their career in business. The support in this regard is provided by the institute.


As the students have to work in a global atmosphere and compete globally, languages should not be a barrier and recently institute has signed MoU with an NGO, who has offered online language training course in German, French, Spanish and Japanese. During their leisure time they can acquire the proficiency in these languages. The Institute is located in rural area, and ‘English’ is a challenge for most of the students, so the institute has provided language lab with all infrastructure, plus “SPRUCE” mobile application software is given to the students, using it, students can practice grammar comprehension, vocabulary and aptitude test and it gave us good results. Swami Vivekananda has said that science and spirituality are two sides of the same coin and therefore the teachings of great philosophers are told to the students as ultimately a technocrat with sound theoretical and practical knowledge; he/she must be a good human being. Must practice moral and ethical values also should have peaceful and calm mind. Therefore Institute organizes the programs on Universal Human Values, Yoga, meditation, mind control etc. which is well received both by students and teachers.


The above are the few examples/narratives, the institute is implementing and is striving to empower students with knowledge and skill in their chosen fields, by providing opportunities to realize their potential by motivating them towards community linked initiatives, thereby shaping them into future leaders.

The institute has established its distinctive approach towards its comprehensive Vision by modelling it in the form of service to the society, by numerous means, opportunities to students to organise events to develop their skills, multi-disciplinary project development, entrepreneurship development, ethical and human value development etc.


Earn and learn scheme is in place for the economically weaker students. Technical assignments along with non-technical work is given to the students during their free time and are appropriately rewarded. NSS cell carries out social services but also conducts technical events viz. programs on energy conservation and management, water conservation, sustainable development etc. and also helps to deploy government scheme to villages.

Institute has successfully organised and conducted PMKVY scheme Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana for the benefit of students of nearby Ashram School and tribal students and empowered them to stand on their own feet.


In few years Institute shall have 100% energy generated by Solar Power Plant; it shall grow and nurture the trees and green environment in the campus, minimum or no-use of plastics etc. depicting its responsibility towards “Mother Earth.”

Thus to summarize, the “vision” of the institute, focuses on four aspects essentially:


1. To maintain Global educational Teaching Learning standards.

2. Value based education.

3. Interdisciplinary project work and

4. Sustainable development.


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