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Anti-Ragging Cell

Anti-Ragging Cells should be a vital feature of every educational institution's system. The formation of an Anti-Ragging Cell is required under UGC guidelines under the Act of 1956, as amended by UGC regulations on combating the scourge of ragging in higher educational institutions, 2009.

  The Anti-Ragging Group will serve as a supervisory and advising committee in order to maintain a ragging-free environment on campus. This cell's major goals are as follows:

  1. To make pupils aware of the degrading effects of ragging and its perversity.

  2. To maintain a constant eye on ragging in order to prevent it from occurring and recurring.

  3. To deal with ragging situations that come to our attention in a timely and strict manner.

  4. To create a disciplined environment by providing a clear message that ragging will not be permitted, and that any act of ragging will be observed and punished.

Human Rights Cell

The cell's goal is to raise human rights knowledge among faculty, staff, and students. It also tries to help individuals develop their personalities and live good and dignified lives without infringing on the rights of others.

SC/ST Cell

In 1983, the Special Cell for the Welfare of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes was formed. The University Grants Commission has sponsored the development of a Special Cell to enhance, implement, and monitor the reservation policies/guidelines issued by the Karnataka government, the Indian government, and the University Grants Commission for the welfare of SC-STs from time to time.

  The SC-ST Cell's major goal is to guarantee that SC-STs are adequately represented in matters of appointment to teaching and non-teaching positions, as well as admission to various University programmes.

  For the execution of programmes in the University and associated colleges, the Cell oversees the reservation policies of the Government of India and the Government of Karnataka. In addition, the Cell has raised awareness among SC-STs about numerous academic programmes aimed for their benefit.

Women’s Grievance Cell

The Institution has developed a Women's Grievance Cell as an innovative practise with the goal of resolving student and staff issues connected to women of any kind. The Supreme Court recognised and addressed the subject of workplace sexual harassment in Vishakha and others vs. State of Rajasthan in 1997.

  The ruling established workplace sexual harassment prevention rules that are applicable throughout India. Knowledge and awareness about it can lead to a workplace where no one is subjected to sexual harassment. Sexual harassment instils the most humiliating sexual stereotypes in the workplace and is always a purposeful invasion of a person's personal space.

Moot Court

The College has set up a spacious Moot Court hall with the necessary infrastructure. The Moot Court Society is in charge of putting up moot court competitions and selecting applicants for inter-collegiate competitions.

  Inter-class moot court and trial advocacy competitions are held by the Society and are open to students in all semesters. The Society also holds judgement writing competitions and other advocacy-related activities.

Legal Aid Cell

Law students are regarded as society's social engineers, and with the help of the Legal Aid cell, they give legal aid to the impoverished and weaker sections of society in order for them to enjoy their constitutional rights.

  The Cell provides free legal aid to residents of Basavanagudi and the surrounding areas. During college hours, anybody can use the Cell. The cell benefits citizens and adds value to society by providing timely and attentive support.

  Every year, the cell conducts several camp trips to rural regions. The committee tries to find a solution that complies with the law.

National Service Scheme(NSS)

The goal of the NSS programme is to aid everyone who needs it, to improve and bring about a positive change in their level of living and the manner they live with dignity. Under the auspices of the National Service Scheme, the college has taken steps to visit rural communities and get out of its comfort zone.


The institution has a variety of indoor and outdoor game facilities. Chess, Carom, Badminton, Volleyball, Cricket, and Throw Ball are some of the sports available. Various sports events are also held at the college. A multi-gym is available in the sports complex, with a trainer on hand to assist and teach the pupils.


Cultural events are planned to expose pupils to a variety of traditions and to allow them to learn from one another. It provides a venue for students to develop their creative and aesthetic sensitivities outside their academic pursuits.