About Student Council & Welfare Committee

   A Student Council and welfare is a forum through which our students get opportunities to work on various important student and institutional aspects in the collaborative mode alongside the management, staff and fellow students for the benefit of the college and its different stakeholders, including students.
   Student Council and welfares have become increasingly common features in many institutes of higher learning, especially in the engineering domain for their high value addition. Students have a valuable contribution to make to the all round betterment of the college and help in building and preserving a vibrant atmosphere of scholarly pursuit and human development. Their involvement in the activities of the college is itself a valuable part of the education process for students. A Student Council and welfare provides an opportunity for students to engage in a structured partnership with teachers, students and management in the operation of their college. Student Council and welfares can create a sense of ownership and boost interpersonal relations among students and other stakeholders in a college.
   The establishment of a Student Council and welfare gives students an opportunity to acquire the sort of communication, planning and organizational skills which will benefit them in honing their personality and professional conduct. It enables students to take responsibility for projects, and to demonstrate that they can manage and bring such projects to successful conclusion. Moreover, the contribution made by a Student Council to the development of college policy in a number of areas can have significant benefits for students and the college. College policies are far more likely to be successful where they are clearly understood and accepted by all partners within the community. At the end of the day, a Student Council will succeed only if students themselves are committed to the concept and to making it to work.


  1. To enhance communication among students, faculty and management
  2. To promote an environment conducive to their educational and personal development
  3. To promote professionalism and respect for other students, faculty and general public
  4. To support the management and faculty in the development of the college
  5. To represent the views of the students on matters of general concern to them.


The Student Council and welfare shall be responsible for:
  1. Working with faculty, management and fellow students
  2. Communicating and consulting with fellow students in the college
  3. Involving as many students as possible in the activities of the Council and welfare
  4. Planning and managing the Council’s scheduled activities for the year
  5. Managing and accounting for any funds raised by the Council and welfare.


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Student Council & Welfare Committee Coordinators

Dr. M.V. Sudhakar

Professor, Dept. of ECE
Coordinator - Student Council & Welfare Committee

Dr. K. R. Kavitha

Associate Professor, Dept. of FED
Coordinator - Student Council & Welfare Committee

Student Council & Welfare Committee Members

   The functions and activities of a Student Council and Welfare should support the aims and objectives of the Council and promote the development of the institution and ensure the welfare of its students. While planning and performing various activities in the college, the Council members are expected to fulfill the following responsibilities:
  1. Work closely with the management, faculty and fellow students
  2. Consult fellow students regularly and communicate well
  3. Involve as many students as possible in the activities of the Council and welfare.
  4. Representing the views of the student body to the college management
  5. Promoting good communication & interpersonal relations within the college
  6. Supporting the educational development and progress of students
  7. Contributing to the development of college policy

Committee Members:

S. No. Academic Year Members
2023 - 24 Click Here
2022 - 23 Click Here
2021 - 22 Click Here
2020 - 21 Click Here
2019 - 20 Click Here