The admission committee is constituted of staff members who guide and counsel the students regarding admission process. It comprises of Principal, HODs, NSS and NCC officers, Physical Education Director and other faculty members. Through this process a strong message to the public and parents is conveyed as regard to discipline and policies of the institution.
We follow the rules and regulations of Rani Channamma University, Belagavi and Government of Karnataka for enrolment of students. Due consideration is given to reservation and rooster regulations of the State Government with respect to admission of SC/ST, OBC, physically challenged and other general category students. We never reject the admission to students except on technical grounds. By giving admission to all categories of students, we ensure a greater degree of transparency in the admission process and also to due representation of all sections of the society, especially disadvantaged ones in our student community.
The admission process begins with the distribution of application forms after the declaration of PUC 2nd year results. The merit list is prepared and displayed on the notice board followed by admission.
Minimum percentage of marks to be eligible for admission at entry level is 35% and maximum 100% for UG program as per University norms.
Ours' is a see through, honest and rules and regulation complaint admission process with a tilt towards disadvantaged and girl students.
The admission is based on the merits and on the policy of ‘First Come First Serve’. The students seeking admission have to present themselves before the admission committee on the prescribed dates for verification of documents needed to be submitted to college for admission. The committee councils them regarding choice of subject combinations and medium of instructions.
Rural areas are still weighed down by problems of hunger, illiteracy, unemployment and lack of basic infrastructure like schools, colleges, hospitals and sanitation etc. This has led to youth moving out of villages to work in cities. Basically we need to give them self-employment, so that they want to stay in villages instead of migrating to cities. Based on this background, this study is conceptualized with the following objectives.
MGNREGA has made tangible impact on socio-economic conditions creating employment and become a source of income for the sustainable development of the people especially in backward and drought prone area. Majority of the beneficiaries opined that corruption at different levels of the governmental machinery, delay in wage payments, irregular visit of the authorities, improper maintenance of the muster rolls, interference of the political people are the problems pulling down the effective functioning and implementation of the programme. It is suggested that policy makers should take concrete steps on the said above problems so as to realize the benefits of the programme and to minimize the migration from the rural areas.
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