A College is more than classrooms and textbooks. It’s a time for discovery – personally, socially and globally. Within that context, a strong student union must be more than brick and mortar. A student union is the heart and pulse of the campus.  The purpose of these organizations is to represent students both within the institution and externally, including on local and national issues. Students’ unions are also responsible for providing a variety of services to students. Depending on the organization’s makeup, students can get involved in the union by becoming active in a committee, by attending councils and general meetings, volunteering within a group, service or club run by the union, or by becoming an elected officer. Some students’ unions are politicized bodies, and often serve as a training ground for aspiring politicians. Students’ unions generally have similar aims irrespective of the extent of politicization, usually focusing on providing students with facilities, support, and services.

Executive Committee

(1) The Chairman.

(2) The Vice-Chairman.

(3) The General Secretary.

(4) The Counsellor(s) to the University Union.

(5) The Editor of the College Magazine.

(6) The Arts Club Secretary.

(7) The Secretary for Sports.

(8) One member representing the students of each year of the Pre-Degree, Degree and Post-Graduate Courses, elected by the students of the respective years from among themselves.

(9) Two members elected by the Lady students of the College from among themselves, as far as mixed colleges are concerned.

(10) One member representing the students belonging to the Scheduled Castes or

Scheduled Tribes to be nominated by the Executive Committee in case none of the elected members of the committee belong to S.C./S.T.


  • To train the students of the college in the duties, responsibilities and rights of citizenship,
  • To promote opportunities for the development of character, leadership, efficiency, knowledge and spirit of service among students,
  • To organise debates, seminars, work squads, touring parties and such other functions; and
  • To encourage sports, arts and other cultural, educational, social or recreational activities that are incidental and conducive to the above objects