Best Practice – I:

1. Title of the Practice: Admission at One rupee for economically backward students

2. Objectives of the Practice:
  1. To impart education to weaker society students.
  2. Sustainability
3.The Context:

Shahapur Taluka is a rural and Tribal taluka. Most of the students come from poor families. Most of the students get Government scholarships. The students who do not get any scholarship apply for the One Rupee Admission. A committee verifies his/her economic condition and the needy student is given admission in One Rupee only. The college has introduced this scheme with the intension to continue the education of needy students.

4. The Practice:

Every year some students are given admission in One Rupee only. Some students are given financial assistance for Examination fee, admission fee, S.T. Pass. The students are also given installment facility for payment of fee.

5: Evidence of Success:

All the students who are given admission in one Rupee admission scheme pass in examinations. All of them have successfully completed their graduation. They are now successfully settled in their life.

6: Problems Encountered and Resources Required:

It is very difficult to track the poor and needy students who are spread over a large area. The small step of college has greatly helped these families to overcome the economical difficulties to continue their higher education. It has greatly helped them to uplift their families economically.

Best Practice –II:

1.Title of the Practice: Reforms in the selected villages through adoption

2.Objectives of the Practice:
  1. To generate awareness on the gender and social issues
  2. Education development

3. The Context: The NSS unit of the college strives to reform the adopted villages by the priorities of the changes required.

4. The Practice: The college adopted Palaspada (Adivasi village ) , the NSS unit started extension activities for social awareness activities.

The List of the reformative activities at Palaspada
  1. Environment awareness programme
  2. Women Empowerment programme
  3. Distribution of Educational materials
  4. Plantation and conservation
  5. Toilets pits construction
  6. Voters awareness camp
  7. Health and Hygiene
5. Evidence of Success:
  1. Awareness among women about rights and duties created.
  2. People started cashless transactions.
6. Problems Encountered and Resources Required
  1. Due to illiteracy it is very difficult to create awareness among the people.
  2. It is also difficult of communicate with the people.
  3. The people do not accept new ideas and scientific approach due to age old traditions, blind beliefs and superstitions.