Applications are invited for the post of Contractual Faculty in B.A.LL.B. in Philosophy latest by 11 December 2023     |      Walk-in-Interview for the post of Guest Lecturer in Psychology (UG) on 22 November 2023     |      Inviting Applications for Enlistment as contractor (civil) for the works up to Rs. 5.00 lacs. latest by 29 November 2023     |      Inviting Bio-Data for the post of Assistant Engineer (Civil) on purely temporary and contractual basis latest by 31 October 2023     |      पुस्तक मेला (16-18 अक्टूबर 2023)     |      C.M.P. Degree College invites quotation for printing of Manisha magazine     |      WALK – IN – INTERVIEW IN Economics (UG), Statistics (UG), Defence (PG), Environmental Science (PG) & Philosophy (BALLB)     |      Walk-in-Interview for Guest Faculties in Economics (UG), Statistics (UG), Defence (PG), Environmental Science (PG), Philosophy (B.A.LL.B.) on 18 October 2023     |      Admission Opportunity in B.A.-I/B.SC.-I/B.Com-I for Non- AU registered CUET Candidates (11-13 October 2023)     |      B.A.-I, B. Com.-I and B.Sc.-I year Classes will commence from 9th October 2023     |     

SWOC Analysis

SWOC Analysis


Every organization is judged on the basis of its points of strength and on its embedded weakness. No institution can claim that it is flawless. The management of the college is sincerely aware of the parameters of strength and weakness and always endeavours to meet the challenges and transform those into opportunities


  • Robust Teaching – Learning Processes
  • Maximum seats filled in all courses
  • Excellent goodwill & Public Perception
  • Optimum faculty strength
  • Faculty retention
  • Faculty Publications
  • Academic and research oriented work culture
  • Good geographical location & easy accessibility
  • Supportive management


  • Limited digitalisation of Library
  • Limited number of sponsored research projects
  • Insufficiency of construction and repair of laboratories in science faculty
  • Inadequate infrastructure for Research and Development
  • Limited industry interaction
  • Limited number of entrepreneurship-based activities
  • Fewer number of  Alumni activities and interaction 


  • Introduction of new programmes based on industry demands like B.Sc. (Statistics), B.Sc. (Home Science), B.F.A., M.Sc. (Environmental Science), M.Sc./M.A.(Defence)
  • Introduction of Skill Development based Certificate courses like Android App Development, Mushroom Cultivation, Biofertilizer Production, Geospatial Techniques, Spoken English & Personality Development, Financial Service Management, Stress Management, etc.
  • Incorporation of Institute Innovation Cell at College Level
  • Commencement of hand holding courses like Foundation courses on preparation for Civil Services & UGC-NET
  • Introduction of courses focussing on environmental consciousness in alignment with the New Education Policy
  • Introduction of value based education in consonance with the New Education Policy through short term courses like Certificate course in Vedic Culture, Literature, Religion, Philosophy & Values, Yoga & Meditation & Sanskrit Shastrarth (शास्त्रार्थ)
  • Introduction of National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning (NPTEL) based programmes
  • Obtaining higher position in NIRF
  • Construction of adequate infrastructure for introduction of new courses


  • To increase the intake of students from other states of the country through CUET 
  • To fill-up all seats reserved for Scheduled Tribe students in all courses
  • Hostel accommodation for all outstation students especially female students
  • Maintenance of requisite Student-Teacher ratio
  • Placements for students
  • Smooth integration of outstation students, especially from far off states into the college ecosystem
  • Providing financial support to all needy students through scholarships and other welfare schemes like Earn While You Learn


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