Student Welfare Office

The Students Welfare Office of our college established in the year 2003. With a vision To make students responsible citizens in order to contribute for socio-economic development. Dr. Govindreddy was the founder officer of SWO and he served in this capacity for a very short time. He built the student welfare in the college on sound footing. SWO is a statutory unit of the college. As per KSU Act-2000. The SWO Officer is one among the statutory officer representing in all committees of development pertaining to students. SWO is a supporting service of the college, and it is a student-care unit as well as supervision center. The SWO is a bridge between students and the administration. Dr. G. Mallaiah took charge as SWO Officer. He has served from 2005 to 2010. Later Dr. S.R Shetty, SW Officer has served from 2010 to 2020. Dr. Ramesh Y. Malagi is the Present SWO Officer, since June 2020.


“To make students responsible citizen in order to contribute for Socio-Economic Development.”


“To Adhere discipline and sense of Social Responsibility.”

The Student Welfare Office focuses on the welfare of the students both academic and personal. It targets at avoiding the hindrances that may come in the part of a students learning process, so that they can be qualified professionally upon national and international levels. The Office facilitates a positive academic environment to the students and help them to proceed in their career with minimal obstruction. During the stay of students in the campus, this Office is responsible for solving all the students’ grievances opportunities for co-operation, teamwork, social instruction and inter-cultural understanding. It emphases a large variety of services for better support, guidance and improve the quality life for students’ academic and personal counseling organizing sports activities, cultural activities facilitation the various activities of various clubs and societies employment an career advancing.



Qualification-MA, B.Ed, PGDCA, PGDAS, Ph.D.


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Objective of Students welfare Office:

  • To provide awareness to the students for Institution, State and Central Level scholarships and prize money welfare schemes.
  • To help the students to understand their unique personal abilities.
  • To develop personality traits and interact with social mannerism.
  • To create awareness among the students regarding various scholarships program of State Govt. and UGC. To take such follow up measures to achieve the objectives and targets lay-down by the Govt. of India and the UGC.
  • To counsel and guide students and help them to manage academic and personal issues of college life effectively through mentoring.
  • To ensure protection and reservation as provided in the constitution of India.
  • To arrange for special opportunities to enhance the career growth through career and counseling cell and Competitive examination coaching center.

Pioneers of Student Welfare Cell

Sl.No. Name Period
01 Dr. Govindareddy 2003 to 2005
02 Dr. G. Mallaiah 2005 to 2010
03 Dr. S. R. Shetty 2010 to 2020
  • To collect reports and information of Central Govt, State Govt. and UGC’s orders on various aspects of education, employment of Students.
  • To circulate Central Govt, State Govt. and UGC’s decisions about different scholarship programs.
  • To communicate with the students and motivate them for better future planning.
  • To provide the guidance for NET, SLET, Research and Competitive Exams.
  • To provide the Study Materials, Books, Reference copies Etc.
  • Grievances addressed in association with Grievances Redressal Cell.

In India, Scholarships are the Key source for the students to make the best career, as many of the people are living below the poverty level. Since India is a developing country; both government & private organizations support the candidates in providing the scholarships to achieve their goals. The main and foremost purpose of scholarships is to provide financial aid to students for pursuing their education and fulfill their dreams without any hurdles in life. Scholarships provide access to those who didn’t have a means for meeting the expenses of education. No one should stop dreaming for better careers because of financial problems when there are such institutions that are always ready to help students in every aspect.

Our college aims at providing financial aid to the deserving and needy students to pursue their education & realize their dreams without any difficulty. Every year many students take the benefit of different scholarships provided by our Institute.

Types of scholarships:

Department Scholarship Name Website Link
Backward Classes Welfare Department BCWD Ph.D Scholarship/Fellowship
BCWD Backward Classes Welfare Department Post Matric/ Vidyasiri Meals & Accommodation/ Nursing/ Fee Exemption Scholarship
Department of Collegiate Education Rajiv Gandhi Loan Scholarship Scheme
Department of Collegiate Education Sanchi Honnamma & Sir C.V. Raman Student Scholarship
Department of Social Welfare Post Matric Prize Money Application 2020-21
Department of Social Welfare SSLC Prize Money For SC/ST Students
Directorate of Minorities National Overseas Scholarship
Directorate of Tribal Welfare Department Pre-Metric Scholarship For ST Students
GOKDOM Free Training With Accommodation To Minority Students To Join Indian Army
Karnataka ePASS Prathibha Puraskar Scholarship For UG & PG
Karnataka Social Welfare Incentive For The Devadasi Children’s Marriage
Social Welfare Department SC/ST Financial Assistance For Foreign Studies
Vidya Poshak Nurture Merit Scholarship 2020-21

Number of Students benefited the Scholarships during the 5 Years.

Average percentage of students benefited by scholarships and freeships provided by the Government during the last five years.
Average percentage of students benefited by scholarships, freeships, etc. provided by the institution besides government schemes during the last five years.
Years Name of the scheme Number of students benefited by government scheme and amount Number of students benefited by  the institution’s schemes and amount
Number of students Amount (Rs) Number of students Amount (Rs)
2017-18 Fee Concession Scheme 573 2097470.00 57 60790.00
SC/ST Scholarship 87 579720.00
2018-19 Fee Concession Scheme 629 1887496.00 53 51433.00
SC/ST Scholarship 94 699946.00
Sanchi Honnamma Scholarship 12 24000.00
Sir.C.V.Raman Scholarship 6 30000.00
2019-20 SC Scholarship 103 151078.00 30 52854.00
ST Scholarship 25 42348.00
2020-21 Fee Concession Scheme Awaiting the release of grants 18 27000.00
SC/ST Scholarship Awaiting the release of grants
Scholarship by Hungund Munciple coorporation 3 18000.00
Fellowship 1 Five years fellowship for pursuing Ph.D
2021-22 Fee Concession Scheme Awaiting the release of grants
SC/ST Scholarship Awaiting the release of grants