The NCC Unit of the Institute admits 54 cadets every year who are given technical and military training in the Institute with the help of P.I. staff deputed by the NCC. The Institute NCC unit has a good record of passing in B and C Certificate NCC examinations. Students are advised to join the NCC Unit so to get the benefit of 20 marks in General Proficiency and to get benefits prescribed in Army Recruitment Rules. The State Government also gives special benefits to 'C' Certificate pass outs.
Prof. Shubhanka Agrwal, N.C.C. Coordinator
An NSS Unit of 50 volunteers exists in the Institute. These volunteers carry out social service and Rural Development Programmes and help government authorities to implement their poverty alleviation and employment generation schemes. The NSS Unit aims at inculcating leadership and good citizenship qualities in the volunteers. The college NSS Unit has carried out lot of activities in nearby villages such as identification of beneficiaries for IRDP loans and socio-economic surveys in a number of nearby villages, and was instrumental in starting Trysem Training in the college.
Prof. Mahendra Sarathe, N.S.S. Coordinator