Best Practice-1

Title of the Practice: Community Outreach Programme

Objectives of Practice

a] To strengthen leadership skills among students.

b] Create awareness within in the community.

c] Increase the visibility of the programmes.

d] Improve knowledge and attitude and health behaviours.

e]To stimulate in the development of students " character and citizenship spirit by involving in community outreach activities.

The Context:

There are many challenging issues in the society that need to be resolved. Such problems are found more in the rural community. Due to less awareness in the villages, these problems are spreading fast. The most important issue among these major problems is environment. There are different types of pollutions that affects the weather in one way or the other in the village, whether it is burning of crop residues, burning of crackers and stubble burning. The second most important issue is the problem of literacy in the village, due to poor rural economy, poor children are not able to take education in schools and drops out many times, which needs to be curbed.  Apart from this, gender inequality is also a big problem in the society, women have to face many challenges ranging from female feticide, which is a very big problem for any society, as a result, imbalance in sex ratio in rural areas has been registered in the society.  Apart from this, youth is facing mental health problems.  In this situation, dangerous diseases like AIDS, STD are also spreading in the society.  In the context of all these problems the principal exercise of this college is to reduce all these problems.

Session 2020-21

 Under the Outreach Program in the college, awareness campaigns were conducted in the village on various social topics.

In March-April 2021, a seminar was organized on behalf of the Traffic Interpretation Center of the college, in which the students and staff members were given information about traffic rules by the In-charge of the traffic station and to bring awareness to the traffic rules in the surrounding area. The Oath was administered to the students.
In this series, college students took out a rally in Saidpur village to spread awareness about traffic rules and road safety, in which all the villagers should wear helmet while driving, seat belt, do not drink alcohol, follow Traffic light rules. They were informed about the rules of not using of mobile phones while driving, etc. and they were also administered an oath to follow all these rules.

Old age home visit : Old age is a sensitive phase; elderly people need care and comfort to lead healthy life without worries and anxiety. Older people are important members of any society and therefore have right to live in dignity in later life. Moreover older people possess the skills, Knowledge and experience to continue effectively to society, given the fact that the predicted increase is considered a valuable resource for all societies. Positive-Aging is term used to describe the process of maintaining a positive attitude in older age. Some researches have shown that having strong relationship, in general, are beneficial to senior health. Therfore students who worked under the "Earn While You Learn'' scheme, visited an old age home and made a small effort to improve well-being of senior citizens.

Session 2019-20

To play the role of a responsible citizen for voter awareness in the assembly elections by the college principal Mrs. Kiran Saroha expressed her views through the newspaper as an intellectual. She told that everyone should take a pledge that everyone should exercise their voting rights by identifying right and wrong by giving the introduction of an aware citizen thoughtfully.

On October 18, 2019, a seven-day camp was started by the NSS students of the college at Saidpur Village. NSS Volunteers made awared to ban plastic by calling plastic a threat to the environment.

On October 21, 2019, under the NSS camp, NSS volunteers carried out the work of transporting the helpless and old people to the polling station.  The students were made awared of the harms caused to human health by pollution, along with this, the students appealed for everyone's cooperation in keeping the environment safe.

On February 8, 2020, a rally was taken out on the topic of environmental protection in the Village Jatola adopted by the college, in which the students of the college took out a rally on bicycles till the village Jatola and did the work of making everyone aware.

Session 2018-19

 During the camp in Pipli Village by the NSS Volunteers of the college, the villagers were informed about the importance of  cleanliness inside and outside the public places and houses under the Cleanliness Campaign and gave complete information about the cleanliness campaign.  Under the Beti Bachao Beti Padhao program, all the girls of the village were given the message of education more & more, and explained the importance of participation of daughters in the upliftment of the society.  They also went to the nearby village of Rampur and gave the message of cleanliness through street plays and explained its importance to the villagers so that the surrounding environment can be kept clean.

On 13 July, the students of the college gave the message of cleanliness in Sohti Village under the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan through street plays, posters, songs and banners etc. and made the villagers aware about the environment. Students took out a rally in the village and cleaned  and through that gave the message of cleanliness.

Evidence of Success

In the adopted village Jatola under the outreach program, and some villages like Sohthi, Saidpur, Pipli, Rampur etc. have become clean under the cleanliness campaign. People there also now started taking great care in cleaning the surrounding area, the students planted trees in the adopted villages and motivated the people of the village to plan and protect the trees.  As a result, more and more saplings were planted by people in these villages, trees were taken care of. This activity preserved our  life to some extent.  Our volunteers organized rallies on “Say No to Plastic”, “Stop Burning of Crop Residue”, took out Prabhat Pheris.  The people of these villages no longer use polythene bags and have stopped burning crop residues.

Problem Encountered

The people of the rural community, being conservative, participated in less number of rallies and other campaigns and showed less interest in the awareness campaigns run by the students. Whereas the students of the college worked very hard to motivate and make the people of the village aware through various campaigns. Students through rally talks, plays told about Beti Bachao Beti Padhao, water conservation, non-burning of crop residues, ban on plastic products and cleanliness message.  Along with this, through various programs, they took information about the various problems faced in the daily life of the villagers and tried to solve them. Motivated the women of the village to read more and more. Efforts were made to do better work in the Government College in spite of limited resources.

Best Practice-2:

Title: Eco-friendly and Green Campus 

Objectives of the Practice:

  • Tree Plantation Programmes, Beautification & Maintenance of green area of College
  • Water conservation/ Rain water harvesting system
  • Environment Friendly Behavior (Car Pooling)
  • Creating awareness about environment pollution
  • Save energy through LED bulbs/tube lights 


(i) Tree Plantation

  • Trees make life nicer. It has been shown that spending time among trees and green spaces reduces the amount of stress that we carry with us.
  • Plantation plays a significant role in absorption of storm and rainwater for maintenance of ground water table, prevention of soil erosion and eun-off and encourage growth of natural habitat for flora and fauna.
  • Trees offer many environmental benefits.  Trees reduce the urban heat island effect through evaporative cooling and reducing the amount of sunlight that reaches parking area and building. 
  • Trees improve our air quality by filtering harmful dust and pollution such as ozone, carbon monoxide, and sulfur dioxide from the air we breathe. We plant trees to provide shade and beautify our landscape. 
  • Beautiful parks has been maintained in the College, which further enhances the beauty of the College. Plantation is done by the College from time to time and the students are motivated. Different -different Plants and trees of fruits, flowers and herbs have been planted different areas of the College  B.A. and B.Com. Environmental Science is taught as a compulsory subject in the second semester. 

On 25 August 2018, three days Raksha Bandhan festival was celebrated in the College.  On the last day of which all the students and staff members took oath to raise their voice against the harassment of women and to save trees by tying the defense thread on the trees (Vraksha Sutra).

(ii) Rain Water Harvesting System :

All living things including plants, animals and human beings need water to live and to carry out different cellular activities. Water is a precious, essential and a biotic component of the ecosystem. Today we all are heading towards the scarcity of water, and this is mainly because of the lack of water conservation and pollution of water bodies. So, College decided not to waste a drop of water and start conserving water for further use.

The rainwater harvesting system is one of the best methods practiced and followed to support the conservation of water. Today, scarcity of good quality water has become a significant cause of concern. However, rainwater, which is pure and of good quality, can be used for irrigation, washing, cleaning, bathing, cooking and also for other livestock requirements. Rainwater harvesting is a sustainable process that helps in preserving water for future needs. Water scarcity is a major concern in today’s scenario. The process of rainwater harvesting is a good way to conserve water. Storing rainwater helps in recharging the aquifers. It helps in preventing urban flooding due to excess rain. The stored water can be used for irrigation practices in farming region. The water can be used for daily use and help in reducing water bills in the towns and cities.

The College has vast built up area which is known as administration block and teaching block. On the request of College administration it has made a policy in which the Public Works Department, Government of Haryana took initiative to set up rain water harvesting system in College area. Now we have four rain water collection area In College. All areas of College has been covered in this system. The three main components of Rain Water harvesting system include catchment,  collection and optimal use of Rain water.

(iii) Car Pooling : 

Car-pooling is the sharing of car journeys so that more than one person travels in a car, and prevents the need for others to have to drive to the same location themselves. By having more people using one vehicle, carpooling reduces each person's travel costs such as: fuel costs, tolls, and the stress of driving. Carpooling is also a more environmentally friendly and sustainable way to travel as sharing journeys reduces air pollution, carbon emissions, traffic congestion on the roads, and the need for parking spaces.
So our College teachers and other staff members use car pooling technique for Environmental Friendliness to reduce pollution, stress.

(iv) Save energy

To save energy and light consumption LED Bulbs and Tube lights used in college campus area. Because LED is a highly energy-efficiant lighting technology, and has the potential to fundamentally change the future of lighting. The energy usage of LED Lamps is much lesser than that of CFL lamps or incandescent bulbs.

Evidence of Success

Every year in the college, various environmental programs and awareness campaigns to reduce pollution showed enthusiasm among the students and the surrounding people to reduce pollution. The students planted more and more trees to keep the environment clean and the campus green. Made a significant contribution to making  The students showed great enthusiasm in various types of rallies to address water conservation, air pollution and other environmental problems. Success has been achieved in conserving water through water harvesting system in the campus. The use of LED bulbs and floroscent tubes in the college resulted in savings in the monthly electricity bills of the college. Saving petrol and diesel through car pools helped in curbing air pollution and also saved money. Thus all these practices were successful in keeping the campus green. It is hard work of students and Staff members that Appreciation Certificate from Rampur ,Saidpur and Sohti Panchyat Smiti were awarded to the college for this specific service. 

Problem Encountered

Students made efforts to reduce environmental pollution in the surrounding areas and to make the college green, but students and staff members also faced some problems. Due to non-availability of bus stand around the college, the students had to face the inconvenience of traffic, due to which the students had to go on foot and hold rallies and other programs in the villages. Apart from this, being a government college, all kinds of funds were arranged by the Higher Education Department Government of Haryana. If we are given better facilities and resources, then all the students and teachers together can do different types of programs even better and can bring awareness in a powerful way.

Other Best Practices

Title of Best Practice-3 : Cashless or E-Transaction Facility and Free online Registration  


  • To reduce the burden of carrying hard cash of students as well as their parents .
  • To build this application program to reduce the manual work for managing fee and admission process.
  • In campus free online registration for students.

Best Practices: 

  •  Educational institutions serve as the Breeding ground for young minds to train and adopt a digital mindset  for creating a truly cashless society. Our institute is situated at the outskirt of city. If students are commuting from long distance, They have to carry a significant amount for traveling. Students can pay fees at the click of a button, on their smart phones, credit cards, debit cards or ATM cards which gives them the freedom to pay fees from anywhere and anytime. This result in saving students time and efforts as they don't have to stand in long queues for making payments at various cash counter points within a campus. One biggest advantage of having each transaction facility is that students no longer need to carry cash for several fees payments.
  • During the online admission process of every session, the students who have to pay additional charges to fill the online form by going to the Internet Cafe,  are filled their form totally free by the College. 

Evidence of Success 

  • Students and their parents can view the merit list and fee structure easily from their home. And this system easily help students to analyse or access all colleges of under government of Haryana. It helps the students to choose nearby or best college for them according to their choice. Students also can pay their fee online from anywhere else. There is no need to carry cash amount with themselves.  
  • Our college provide free online registration facility to the students. This practice proved very helpful to all students to fill their registration form anywhere else.