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COLLEGE MAGAZINE, WALL MAGAZINE, CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY, DIVYA SEVA SANSTHA & COMPUTER COURSES

 (COLLEGE MAGAZINE)
The College publishes an annual periodical named SHRADHANJALI. It is the Mouth-piece of the College which aims at encouraging students and staff for creative writing. The Magazine exposes the participants to wider fields of public life and activity in future.

(WALL MAGAZINE)
The college brings out a Bi-monthly wall-magazine entitled ATASI KUSUMA. It is the harbinger of the College mouthpiece SHRADHANJALI. The articles, sketches and photographs published here are later included in the college magazine the meet its standards.

(CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY)
The College has almost completed all paraphernalia for the formation of a Co-operative Society to be started at any time during the present session.

( DIVYA SEV A SANSTHA )
The College does not rest content with the material and academic progress of its students alone. It aims at developing the intellectual and spiritual outlook of the students. This Society encourages the  students to have culture on the lives and philosophies of the great masters of India and the world and to develop natural human virtues. It holds regular weekly sittings on every Friday at 2.3Op.m. at the CHETNA KAKSHA of the College. There are a lot of small books, booklets and different photographs kept in the CHE1NA KAKSHA for open perusal. However, the first pre-requisite of the KAKSHA is the SILENCE and CONCENTRATION found so often missing in the present day society. Though every student of the College is a member fo the Society, its Active Members are chosen on their regu­lar attendance and activities. The Society holds its Annual Day on the re-opening day of the College after the New- Year's day. A small booklet entitled CHHATRA CHETANA is published on the Annual Day. The Active Members of the Society are entitled to avail its Study Tours and such other special programmes organised time to time.

( COMPUTER COURSES)
The College is in possession of computers. It has been attempt­ing to impart Computer Courses in the College in collaboration with Computer Training Institutes. The students of the College are given special privileges of reduction of fees.