Governing Acts

Governance, Leadership and Management

The management of the college consists of mainly two branches- Academic and Administrative. Academic activities of the college are managed by the Principal, Heads of the respective departments and the faculty members, while the administrative activities are governed by the Principal, Bursar, Accountant and Administrative staffs in tune with the directions of Patna University. Apart from these basic management structures of the college, several committees are formed to practice decentralization and participative management. .

Admission Committee
Finance Committee
Anti-Ragging Committee
Staff-Welfare Committee
Sports Committee
Cultural Committee
College Development Committee
Purchase Committee
Library Advisory Committee
Examination Committee
NAAC Committee
Career Counselling and Campus Placement Cell
Grievance Redressal Cell

The college management is not just run by the higher authorities but there is participation of people from all sections like teaching staff, non-teaching staff and students. Suggestions and inputs from these different groups of people play a major role in decision-making process, which is helpful for the growth of the college in all aspects. Our college also encourages the involvement of society, stakeholders, alumni and parent in its management system. The feedback from these various sections helps to improve the quality of the college.

In addition to the above, here we give two specific examples of decentralization and participative management which has been adopted by our college in the last year: As per the government directives, it is mandatory that college campuses should be green to promote eco- friendly environment. Our college took this government initiative as a positive feedback and started to work on the strategic plan for making a green campus. However, the major problem was the unavailability of open space within the campus. Consequently, a committee was formed and it was decided that the old staff quarters is in dilapidated condition which is of no use. Then these quarters were demolished and in place of that, massive plantation has been done. In this plantation process, the participation of teachers and students was also crucial as they brought various kinds of plants from different places.