SC/ST welfare cell has been constituted in the college campus to resolve all the affairs and problems related to the SC/ST students and faculties. The committee would be responsible for maintaining communication with and advising the institution's Administration and the governing body in planning and monitoring progress for BC, SC, ST, Minority students. It performs the following functionalities.


  • To bring the students belongs to BC, Minority and SC/ST community at par with the main stream student body.
  • To create a platform where students can point out their problems, regarding academic and non academic matters.
  • To monitor the implementation of reservation policy in the institution.
  • To provide information regarding counselling and support services on the campus.
  • To provide information regarding Government social welfare scheme for eligible students and support services on the campus.
  • To hold regular quarterly meetings even if there are no complaints.

Roles and Responsibilities:

  • The SC/ST Welfare Cell consider all grievances submitted in writing by an individual regarding working conditions, eve teasing and any other alleged injustice done to BC, Minority, SC/ST students. It shall have access to all files confidential or otherwise relevant to the individual's grievance.
  • To identify potential education and professional development activities and inform and educate the same to all BC, Minority, SC/ST students.
  • To design meaningful strategies to address challenging perspectives considering complexities of social inequality.
  • Committee often meets the students and faculties belong to BC, Minority, SC/ST communities, to understand their problem and take necessary action and/or render them necessary advice/help to resolve the matter.
  • Creating awareness among the BC, Minority, SC/ST students regarding the various Government and Non-Government scholarship schemes.
  • Effective monitoring the implementation of reservation policy in the institution through the SWC.
  • Counselling the students to help them overcome inferiority complex related to interaction with fellow students and personal grooming, etc.

Presiding Officer:

Mr. Y. Suneel

Assistant Professor,

Electronics and Communication Engineering Dept.