There are two NCC units, one for boys and the other for girls, with cadet intake capacity of 80 and 50 respectively. The NCC students have been excelling by participating in Republic Day parades, Independence day. Thai Sainik camp, Army attachment camps, Annual Training Camp and many of them have been employed in defense, OSAP, Orissa Police etc.


There are also two  NSS units, 1 for boys and 1 for girls. The volunteers have been discharging the awareness programmes. Survey and plantation programmes excellency for which for which the College have been awarded the best Environmental Award from the Cuttack district administration.

Recently in the wake of de-centering moves responding to the challenges of poststructuralist, subaltern and feminist theories, the pendulum has begun to swing back to Native / Post colonial studies written from a variety of subject positions.

There is a move to find the suppressed and marginalized voices, and to re-constitute them as subjects of their own histories.


The necessity of integrating and interdisciplinary, intercultural dimension to teaching, learning, and research is very much reorganized and keeping this vital factor in mind the college is taking necessary steps in designing syllabus that is responsive and responsible, with its concern for the marginalized and suppressed and its care for the creative and transcreative studies of the region and the hopes and aspirations of the younger generation of students of the region and the hopes and aspirations of the younger generation of students.


In fact the institution has made an attempt to develop a course structure that can accommodate within its framework the guidelines of the UGC model curriculum 2001. The course structure is indeed a departure and a new beginning, commensurate with the new India and its emerging needs. The emphasis on what is often called post-colonial situation or saturation of the country coming out and living under called powers, stems from this imperative and we have components in our syllabi deal with this aspect, and such a thrust makes our curriculum very special and unique.


Another striking feature of our course structure is its thrust on the socio-cultural aspects of the region which allow to cross the boundary and bring into focus an interdisciplinary dimension. This has been our goal and intention right from the beginning and now this aspects of embracing cultural course content within the fold specified by the UGC has received the accolades from all quarters and we believe that the students are the beneficiaries of our endeavors.

This Institution has been conducting meetings of Governing body, conducting Board, Finance Committee, Examination committee, Staff Council, Academic Council, Board of Studies, Heads of the Department, Review committee, Planning & Evaluation committee, Advisory board, Alumni and Parents & Public for well being of the College. Feedback from students is used as a tool to improve teaching quality.