The students are the mainstay of the institution, so to help them in every aspect possible is the moral responsibility of the members of the institution. The students who take admission in our college are from very poor background, mostly from labourer class. So, naturally, they are short of money most of the times, when it comes to matters of seeking admission or filling up the examination form. The members of teaching staff have set up a "Student Welfare Fund" scheme in which every teaching faculty contributes amount of Rs. 200/- per month, and the amountcollected is deposited in a separate account. The amount is used to help needy students from time to time, mostly at the time of seeking admission and also at the time of submitting the university examination form, and in any other matter of importance to them.
The college also believes in contributing to the society by virtue of keeping its campus green. The teaching and non-teaching staff, with the constant help of parent society, works tirelessly in this regard. Currently the college campus is full of green trees which add beauty to the overall atmosphere and also that contributes well in keeping environmental values intact. The college staff takes due care of preserving this natural wealth in form of trees.