Student Affairs

The first contact that a prospective student makes with the college for admission is through the Student Affairs Office. That is the beginning of a lasting and caring relationship, which extends even after the graduation of the student from the college. This office functions as a friend, guide and counselor to students. The office provides and coordinates a variety of services including admission, counseling, welfare, extra-curricular activities, accommodation, and student records including students’ electives, graduation protocols, alumni affairs and other aspects of the student life on campus not covered within the formal courses of instruction.

The Office also serves as a liaison between the College and parents. Student progress reports are regularly mailed to parents at the conclusion of every term and annual examination. Similarly, the situation of attendance, where falling short, is brought to their attention. Behavior and discipline are issues, which the College alone cannot ensure. Where violations are observed, parents are usually brought into the picture.