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Best Practice 1: "Merit cum Means" Students Fee Concession

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. A committee comprising members of the Managing Committee, Director of S D Institutions 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 2019-20 concession of Rs. 16,71,400 was given to a total number of 256 students (131 girls and 125 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 many of them got jobs in Government as well as private sector. By providing assistance to girl students our college is also working towards women empowerment.

Best Practice 2: "Healthy Students Healthy Institute"

Department of B Voc (Medical Laboratory and Molecular Diagnostic Technology) was started from the session 2018-2019. Various instruments (like Hematology Analyzer, Biochemical Analyzer, Electrolyte Analyzer, Microscope, BP Apparatus, Oxymeter, Thermometer, Weighing Machine etc) as well as kits for routine tests were procured. Now free check up and basic tests are offered to the students and staff members of the institute. Blood group identification and complete blood count (which includes RBC count, WBC count, Platelet count as well as measurement of hemoglobin) of the students are performed before they were admitted to NCC. On Women’s Day (8 March 2020) blood group and CBC Of 50 girl students were carried out. They were informed about anemia and its ill effects. Faculty members, staff members and students can get their BP, Temperature, Oxygen Level, Pulse Rate, Weight etc checked on regular basis along with Hematology report, Bio- Chemistry report, Renal Function Test, Liver Function Test, Lipid Profile. Two days i.e. Wednesday and Friday are dedicated for the free checkups as well as for carrying out tests of students.