U.G.C. & PG Courses

U.G.C. & PG Courses



The U.G/ P.G. colleges, which are responsible in a major way for under graduate education and to a great extent even for postgraduate education, is an important area in higher education, from the point of view of maintenance of proper standards, ensuring optimum utilization of facilities, promoting innovation and change, linking education to emerging career opportunities, equalization of educational opportunities for the weaker sections of society, particularly the Scheduled Castes/ Scheduled Tribes and those belonging to the educationally backward areas. The Financial assistance to colleges should be focused to support the teaching-learning process by upgrading basic infrastructure like library, laboratory, hostel, connectivity etc.

The developmental needs of the colleges will have to be carefully identified so that the resources are mainly utilized for such programmes which can make an appreciable impact on the improvement of standards through modernization and rationalization as well as the diversification of undergraduate courses in Humanities and Social Sciences, Sciences, Commerce etc. in the colleges, especially to relate them to career opportunities.

However, the emphasis should be on the expansion and consolidation of facilities in the existing institutions. Sufficient opportunities should be made available to the students to choose the courses best suited to their interest and capability.

During UGC XI Plan Period, our college was sanctioned the following schemes:

I.         College Development Programme

II.        Women’s Hostel        (80.00 Lakhs)

III.       Golden Jubilee Hall    (25.00 Lakhs)

  1.       Additional Assistance (22.50 Lakhs)
  2.      14 MERGED SCHEMES: (Rs. 16,67,500)

 Under the14 merged schemes 5 different schemes were sanctioned to our collge during XI Plan.


  1. Colleges with relatively higher proportion of SC/ST/OBC and Minorities:


Under this scheme the UGC has sanctioned an amount of Rs. 1,80,000/- and the college has utilized Rs. 1,80,000/- for stipend for students, books, stationery and contingent expenses. Out of this, 1,20,000/- has been distributed to 200 SC/ST/OBC and Minority students of BA / B.Com / B.Sc. courses          @ Rs. 600/- during the XI plan.

  1. Special Grant for Enhancement of Intake capacity in colleges (initiative for capacity build): Under this scheme the UGC has sanctioned an amount of Rs. 3,00,000/- for the purchase of furniture / student desks.
  1. Equal Opportunity Centre in Colleges:


Under this scheme the UGC has sanctioned an amount of Rs. 45,000/- for contingencies, honorarium to the experts for conducting meetings. Under this scheme the following have been conducted.

  1. Organized periodic meetings to deliver the lectures by the experts on Social Justice, Human Values, Education to all, etc. and to sensitize the SC/ST/OBC and Minority students.
  2. To motivate the SC/ST/OBC and Minorities to attend the Remedial Coaching classes regularly.
  3. Effective Implementation of various welfare schemes / programmes sponsored by the Government


  1. Remedial Coaching for SC/ST/OBC (Non-Creamy layer) &Minorities:


Under this scheme the UGC has sanctioned an amount of Rs. 7,92,500/- to the college.

Due to conduct of remedial classes, college percentage of pass is increased in BA, B.Com. & B.Sc. Nearly 700 students of SC, ST, OBC and minorities from II and III year students are participated and coaching has been provided / conducted.

  1. Career & Counseling Cell:

       Convener: Dr. K.S.NAIDU

Address by Prof.M.C.Reddeppa Reddy                 Address by Dr.K.S.Naidu, Convener

Inaugural Session, C&C Cell                                      Address by T.Adinarayana Reddy


Student Counseling on Stress Management

Under this scheme the UGC has sanctioned an amount of Rs. 3,50,000/- for the purchase of computer with Internet facility, Laser printer, Photocopier and for Hiring charges, TA and honorarium to the experts, reading material for the students and various contingencies.

The Career & Counseling Cell (U.G.C) was established in the year March 2010 in this college. Since then the Cell is functioning as per the guidelines of the UGC, New Delhi, under the able leadership of our dynamic principal Sri T.Adinarayana Reddy.

During the academic years 2010-11, 2011-12 ,2012-13 and 2013-14 the Career & Counseling Cell has organized many workshops, seminars on topics like Students Counseling & Career Guidance, Career Planning and Achievements, Motivation, Communication skills, Soft skills, Interview skills, Personality development, etc. by inviting eminent personalities and speakers.

During these academic years we have organized a one-day workshop on Rajiv Yuvakiranaalu by Youth services, SETVEN, Tirupathi. Sri B. Siva Reddy garu, CEO and Sri M. Narayanaswamy Naidu, Manager, SETVEN were present on that day.

One of the great achievements of the cell is conducting 45 days Free training classes for SI/PC/Group IV examinations by our staff members and supplied with free study material. It was a great success.

Also during these three academic years we have conducted two-day workshop on Career Planning and Achievements in collaboration with Prof. M.C. Reddeppa Reddy and his team, Department of Adult and Continuing Education, S.V. University, Tirupathi,

Also we have organized an awareness program on Career guidance and Entrepreneurship. Sri Siva Reddy and Sri Rammohan Reddy will spoke on career opportunities and Sri M. Narayanaswamy Naidu delivered a lecture on entrepreneurship.

We have also conducted many placement drives independently and also in collaboration with DRDA, Rajeev Yuvakiranalu, Chittoor.


Research Activity: Research and teaching need to go hand in hand. We encourage our teachers to take an interest in research activities.