E-governance, also known as electronic governance or digital governance, refers to the use of information and communication technology (ICT) to enhance and improve the delivery of government services, information, and communication to citizens, businesses, and other government entities. It involves the use of electronic means to interact with citizens and businesses, automate government processes, and improve efficiency, transparency, and accountability in governance. E-governance has the potential to bring many benefits to the stakeholders, such as faster and more efficient delivery of services, greater transparency and accountability. The College too has adopted e-governance policy for its day to day functioning.


Green Policy

Green policy refers to a set of policies and actions taken by governments, organizations, and individuals to promote sustainable development and protect the environment. These policies and actions aim to reduce environmental degradation, mitigate the impacts of climate change, and preserve natural resources for future generations. Green policy covers a wide range of topics, including energy, transportation, waste management, agriculture, forestry, biodiversity, and water management. These policies promote the use of clean and renewable energy sources, such as solar, wind, hydro, and geothermal power, to reduce greenhouse emissions and combat climate change.


Disabled Friendliness

A disabled-friendly institute is an institution or organization that has made efforts to accommodate and include people with disabilities in all aspects of its operations, including physical accessibility, communication accessibility, and social inclusiveness. A disabled-friendly institute aims to create an environment that is barrier-free, welcoming, and accommodating to all individuals, regardless of their abilities