Programme Level of Study Cut off marks for admission at entry level in % B.A., B.Com. and B.Sc UG As per govt. rules MA Geography, English, Pol. Science PG 40 seats, admission merit based. M.Sc. Zoology, Mathematics PG 40 seats, admission merit based.
UGC sponsored Career Oriented Programmes
Certificate Course in Spoken English Certificate Course in Agriculture Management of Medical Plants Certificate Course in Computer Accounting
List the departments in the college, faculty wise:
Botany, Chemistry, Maths, Physics, Zoology, Elementary Computer Application, Environmental Science, General Hindi. General English.
English Literature, Hindi Literature, Sanskrit Literature, History, Political Science, Sociology, Geography , Physical Education, Elementary Computer Application, Environmental Science, General Hindi, General English.
Accountancy and Business Statistics, Business Administration, Economic Administration and Financial Management, Elementary Computer Application, Environmental Science, General Hindi, General English, Book-keeping.
State Government for SC/ST students.
Jilla Sainik Board Scholarship
Physically Handicapped Scholarship
Women Merit Scholarship
Agrawal Marwari Jatiya Kosh, Mumbai.
*All the Girl Candidates studying at UG Level are exempted from complete tution fee.
IGNOU Study Center:
IGNOU Study Center (2312)is working since 1995. The Students are motivated to join relevant professional courses alongwith their usual academic programme. Presently, about 150 students are registered at this center in various programmes like
BPP BA BCOM BTS DTS CTS BCA CIC CES PGDRD CFN CTE MCA CTPM CPLT MHD MPS MARD MPA MSO MEC PGDDM MP CTE CCP CNCC
NSS & NCC:
Regular efforts are made to inculcate civic responsibilities among the students by organizing relevant activities to make them aware about various social evils like:
Beside this, National Integration Camps, AIDS Awareness programs, Medical Camps are organized through NSS and NCC.
AIDS and environmental conservation awareness and medical camps are organized by NSS in the adopted villages and the wards to make the masses aware of these burning issues.