Our institution was started in 1956 with the sole motive of catering the needs of the people of Malwa belt by providing quality education at nominal fee structure. The aim is to achieve the objective of right to education and to fulfill the dreams of economically weak but meritorious and deserving students, especially girl students. To attain these goals our college provides fee concession to deserving students. At the time of admission needy students write application for fee concession. Members of the Managing Committee and the Principal decide regarding the financial help to economically weak students on the recommendations of HODs of respective departments. During last five years college has given a concession of over Rs. one crore. During session 2018-19 concession of Rs. 21,77,050/- was given to a total number of 329 students (192 girls and 137 boys). The success of this practice can be judged from the fact that many of students who have availed this facility have secured the positions in the University Merit List and even many of them got jobs in Government or private sectors. By providing assistance to girl students our college is also working towards women empowerment.
A vermicomposting pit (12ft * 8ft) was constructed in the college ground in September 2017 with the help of experts from Krishi Vigyan Kendra (extension centre of PAU), Barnala. All the organic waste produced in the campus including leaves, hedge trimmings, paper waste etc is evenly mixed with cow dung. Earthworms were obtained from Department of Zoology, GADVASU, Ludhiana. These worms were added to the pit. Vermicomposting is the process by which earthworms and soil micro organisms are used to convert organic waste material into humus like material known as vermicompost or vermicast. Earthworms have the ability to breakdown the organic matter and convert it into vermicompost that contain water soluble nutrients. It is an excellent nutrient rich organic fertilizer and soil conditioner. It is also rich in various microbes including fungi, protozoa and bacteria. Vermicomposting has helped the college to get best out of waste and has been proved to be effective in solid waste management. The vermicompost formed is used to nourish the plants and trees of the campus. It is also environment friendly as it reduces the use of chemical fertilizers.