Best Practice: 1

1. Title of the Practice:- Mentor-Mentee Group

 2. Objectives of the Practice: - The objective of the scheme to encourage the students to

    discuss their problems with the teacher and escape from suffering in the college by any   


3. The Context: - A Mentor is a person who has professional and life experience and who

     Voluntarily agrees to help a Mentee develop skills, competencies or goals. Put another

     way, a Mentor is an Advisor and Role Model who is willing to invest in the mentee's  

     personal growth and professional development.

4. The Practice: - When a student takes admission in the college, he does not know anything

     about the culture of the college. He/she faces problems during the working hours of 

     college. So college has appointed a Mentor Teacher every 20 to 30 students per group. 

    The students are called mentees. A Special Lecture is allotted in the Time table for the

    Mentor Class. The students share the problem with the Mentor.

    Mentor try every possible way to solve the problems and share his/her thinking and

    experiences with the mentees which helps them to tackle the problems. After the  

    satisfaction of the student, he/she takes another problem. Sometimes a mentor chooses a 

    topic on social awareness and discusses this.


5. Evidence of Success: - The students wander in the campus with full confidence. They

    perform their social responsibilities. They do not hesitate while facing any problem and tell

    to their mentor. The environment of the college campus is friendly.


 6. Problems Encountered and Resources Required: - Sometimes student hesitates to share his/her problem in front of many students. He cannot express his feeling with his/her mentor and this thing restricts him/her to solve the problem. Being a mentor, he/she faces one of these challenges when dealing with his mentee:


Assessing Mentee's background (knowledge and skills).

Identifying Mentee's motivation.

Dealing with Mentee's inexperience (knowledge and skills).

Financial help to Mentees.

Building Mentee's confidence level.

Setting limits and boundaries for the mentor/mentee relationship.


Best Practice -2

1.     Title: - Use of Smart Technology with Eco- Friendly Attitude


2.     Objectives of the Practice

Smart Technology helps in the holistic development of the students in the present challenging and competitive scenario of the society. The main goals of the practice are


·    To use smart technology in teaching- learning process to make the learning more comprehensive and interesting.


·     To teach the students the use of internet to enhance their knowledge.


·    To aware the students of rural vicinity about the use of Internet in day to day life and to prepare them for competitive exams.


·     To aware the students about the use of Smart Technology with an eco-friendly attitude.


·    To develop a paperless work culture in the campus by introducing Whatsapp group and email to circulate official notices.


·     To make the campus lush green.


·     To inculcate an eco-friendly attitude among the students with a motto “Save Earth Save Life”.


3.     The Context


·     Technology can be used to improve teaching-learning process, to enhance the knowledge of the students for competitions and to make the teaching more interactive.


·      An eco- friendly attitude is essential today to live a happy and healthy life.


·      Technology makes the learning comprehensive and   easy.


·      Use of Technology makes the life easy and comfortable.


·      It develops a relation among the students and the teachers.


·     A protective use of technology and a clean environment are necessary to live a happy and healthy life. If we don't save the environment the technology is useless so in order to save life on this planet first we have to save it.


·      Technology develops employability and smartness among the students.


4.      The Practice


·    The institute has introduced smart classrooms, smart auditorium, smart library, computer     labs for the students to acquaint them with the digital world.


·      Internet facilities are provided to the students in the library to improve the standard of education and to promote research among the students.


·     To develop an eco-friendly attitude among the students the paper of environmental studies is compulsory and there is an Assistant Professor of environmental studies to teach and assign the environmental projects to the students.


·     NSS units organize various programs to aware the students about the current environmental needs and one day camp on “Tree Plantation” is organized to instill the habit of growing more trees among the students.


·    There is a botanical garden, rain harvesting system, solid waste management system, vermin compost system and various medicinal plants in the college campus.


·   The Alumni Association has also been registered to update the students about the experiences and achievements of their seniors and to take their feedback in order to improve the institute.


·     Competitions are organized from time to time on technology and environmental awareness by various committee and departments.

5.     Evidence of success                                

·    Online admission process, e-salary system, biometric attendance, digital administrations have been practised.


·     One year computer course have been taught to all the students of first year of all streams to equip them for various jobs in government and private sector.


·     The members are connected through a WhatsApp group.

The success is also reflected in the organization of Science Exhibitions held at college, zonal and district level. Smart projects are prepared by the students with the help of teachers and internet.


·     Almost all the students have created their email- id.


·     Teachers are connected to the students with help of social apps.


·     Teachers are using the smart boards to deliver their lecture in the form of power point presentation or videos.


·     The eco-friendly nature is evidenced directly from the lush green view of the campus.


·     The installation of rain harvesting system, solid waste management, vermin compost system, botanical garden, and proposal of solar system are some initiatives to make the college campus eco- friendly.


·      Students are made aware about eco friendly environment through various activities.  


·  Students have qualified various competitive exams and they have won positions in various competitions.


Problems Encountered and Resources Required

·         The students are from rural areas, therefore, it is very difficult to teach them the use of the internet as they don't have Smart phones and internet access.


·         Smart boards are not connected with internet facility and the speed of Wi-Fi is also a big problem.


·         No alternate arrangement for power breakdown.


·         The college has no autonomous power to install solar energy system.


·         The Principal has not full autonomous power to start any