Student Support Services

Student Welfare Scheme: "Smt. Mangalaben Jaswantlal Shah Scholarship Fund" considers its first priority as the welfare of our women students. It is our mission to extend qualitative educational facilities for students from weaker sections of the society. Keeping this in mind, a Student Welfare Committee has been instituted to oversee student welfare projects, and shortlist deserving candidates. We particularly extend facilities to those students who require financial assistance because of dire economic problems.
  • Library Facilities including, Book Bank, Scholar’s Card to Merit holders, Student Representatives on Library Committee
  • Knowledeg Centre
  • N-List INFLIBNET (E-Books & Journals)
  • State of Art Computer labs with Internet Facilities
  • Personal and Professional Counseling
  • Health Counseling Facility
  • Mentoring Program
  • Right to Information Cell
  • Grievance Redressal Cell
  • Anti-Ragging Cell
  • Anti-Sexual Harassment Cell
  • Placement Cell
  • Gymnasium Facilities for staff and students by trained instructor
  • Internship for placement in industry, government and non- government organizations
  • Beauty Parlor facility at subsidized rates
  • Workshops and training programs on relevant issues
  • Alumni Association / Parent Teacher Association
  • Inter Collegiate Festival AKANKSHA / TEKZONE
  • Freeships for needy students

Staff Welfare Fund

The Smt. Kamlaben Gambhirchand Shah Staff Welfare Fund has been instituted to meet, either in part or in full, financial needs of Teaching and Non-Teaching Staff members, under defined heads as mentioned below:

  • Financial help to the employees for going abroad for self-development a paper in technical conferences / workshops / seminars etc.
  • To encourage the staff of Polytechnic /Jr. College to take up the research projects.
  • Financial help for medical treatment.
  • Any other reason which the staff welfare fund committee feels appropriate.
  • To help in staff training throughout the year.

Since inception, educational loans have been given to 6 non-teaching staff members, and 2 teaching staff members have availed assistance from the Staff Welfare Fund for attending conferences, seminars, etc.