The Dean, Students’ Welfare (DSW) is responsible for the welfare of the students in respect of scholarships, stipends, educational excursions and railway concessions for travel to home during summer and winter vacations. The DSW may also communicate with the parents/guardian of a student in respect of any matter, whenever necessary. The DSW also performs such other duties as may be assigned to him by the Executive Council or the Vice-Chancellor. The DSW is assisted by Assistant Deans, Students Welfare.
Under the Chancellor's Camp Yojna, a centre of coaching for preparing the students for Indian Civil Services, State Services, NET, SLET and other competitive examinations has been started this year. Under this programme, coaching will be provided by the faculty of the university departments and by other experts/administrators of repute.
On the initiative of the honourable Chancellor of the university, the Earn and Learn Scheme has been started from this year. The purpose of this scheme is to provide teaching opportunity and financial aid to the outstanding students belonging to all disciplines. The scheme will not only be helpful in sharpening the teaching skills of such students but will also provide them an opportunity to share their knowledge with fellow students. For undertaking the teaching work, the selected students will be given remuneration to help them pursue their studies.
The Cultural Council consists of a Chairman, Coordinator and members under the partnership of Hon'ble Vice-Chancellor. The Cultural Council is responsible for the promotion of literary and cultural values among the students through various cultural programmes and competitions from time to time. The various programmes includes Poetry, Music, Dance, Painting, Debate, Acting, Singing, Story and Essay Writings, etc.