The two most backward groups in Indian society have been classified as Scheduled Castes (SC) and Scheduled Tribes (ST). All castes, races, or tribes that have been socially, economically, or educationally disadvantaged are included. The cell was formed to support and integrate students from such areas into mainstream education.

The college’s SC/ST cell was founded in 2016 with the goal of empowering the college’s SC/ST students. The college is particularly interested in arranging financial aid from state government organisations and other sources for students from these communities. They are also urged to enroll in career orientation programmes, which will provide them with the skills they need to select a career path.


v  To counsel and guide SC/ST students, as well as to assist them in managing their academic and personal lives.

v  To deal efficiently with challenges that arise in college life.

v  To provide an environment in which all of these students feel safe and comfortable.

v  To provide immediate therapy for any emotional emergencies that may arise as a result of an event on campus.

v  To establish a framework for resolving any grievances that SC/ST students may have.

v  To ensure that the Indian constitution’s provisions for protection and reservation are followed.

v  To make particular arrangements in order to boost  career expansion.

v  To inform SC/ST students about the numerous scholarship programmes offered by the State Government.

v  To adopt such follow-up steps in order to achieve the Government of India’s and the UGC’s objectives and targets.


v  To collect reports and information from the State Government and the UGC on many aspects of education.

v  To disseminate decisions made by the State Government and the central Government regarding various scholarship programmes.

v  To communicate with students and encourage them to make better future plans.