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Now, more than ever before, it is imperative that students take responsibility for learning. As we move towards more rigorous programs of instruction, it is incumbent upon the student to take control of his/her education and ultimately, his/her destiny.

Students tend to think that they have all the time in the world. In the blink of an eye, however, lives can be changed, based upon decisions made, whether good or bad.

Students should not allow negative behavior (their or anyone else’s) to impact their academic careers. It is important to remain focused no matter what else is occurring

Read every night. Reading is the foundation for other subject areas. Students can improve and increase vocabulary and comprehension while reading. It is perfectly all right to turn off the television or video games so that there will be a quiet place in which to study and absorb information.

Students should challenge themselves. This involves setting goals as well as milestones and then re-evaluating as often as necessary in order to adjust goals when needed.

Students should begin to move toward thinking about what they want to do in life, set goals for themselves and keep sight of those goals in order to maximize their educational experiences toward the actualization of the goal.

Rules & Regulations

  1. 75% attendance of students in classes is compulsory otherwise they will not be allowed to fill the examination forms in any case.
  2. Students who violate the discipline of the college may be expelled from the college.
  3. Any issues related to classes can be resolved, in general, by meeting the concerned Head of Department or the routine in-charge.
  4. All information related to the students is published on the notice board from time to time. Students who try to destroy these notices or who behave against them shall be punished severely.
  5. Inspecting the notice board should be considered a part of the daily routine.
  6. Making noise or gathering in front of classes being conducted is prohibited.
  7. No student can avail two different (financial aid) scholarships in one academic session
  8. Do not chit-chat unnecessarily in front of college office or teacher´s room.
  9. Students abiding by the rules and exhibiting disciplined behavior can be awarded

Identity Card

Every student enrolled in the college is issued an identity card. The Identity card can be collected from the college office on submitting 2 passport size photographs along with the admission slip, within 15 days of admission. You must carry your identity card along with you when coming to the college. If the identity card is lost, it can be re-issued after getting permission from the Principal and paying the necessary fine.

Fee Structure

Entrance and Monthly Tuition Fee

  • Particulars
  • Rupees
  • Paise
  • I.A. and I.Com
  • 09
  • 00
  • I.Sc.
  • 10
  • 00
  • B.A. and B.Com
  • 11
  • 00
  • B.Sc.
  • 11
  • 00
  • College magazine
  • 55
  • 00
  • College Committee
  • 15
  • 00
  • College Examination
  • 25
  • 00
  • Electricity
  • 10
  • 00
  • Common Room
  • 25
  • 00
  • Sports
  • 25
  • 00
  • Extra Charges
  • 30
  • 00
  • Identity Card
  • 10
  • 00
  • National Service Scheme (NSS)
  • 20
  • 00
  • Library
  • 25
  • 00

College Development Fee (per session)

  • Intermediate
  • 50
  • 00
  • Graduation
  • 50
  • 00

Bihar School Examination Board, Patna (Higher Secondary)

  • Registration fee
  • 300
  • 00
  • Provisional fee
  • 100
  • 00
  • Immigration fee
  • 150
  • 00
  • Migration
  • 100
  • 00

University Fee (Deposited at the college at the time of admission as per instructions of the university)

  • Registration fee
  • 100
  • 00
  • Immigration fee (if applicable)
  • 100
  • 00
  • Sports fee
  • 30
  • 00