Strength, Weakness, Opportunity and Challenges(SWOC)


Institutional Strength

1. Well-designed outcome-based curricula addressing global needs, flexibility (CBCS), and employability of students and inculcating Human Values

2. Highly qualified faculty with international exposure and excellent research credentials.

3. Vibrant research culture with quality publications, funding from DST, DBT, UGC, and other National and International agencies for research, and opportunities for international exposure to the students and faculties with seed grants from the university.

4. Excellence through research by quality publications with high impact factor, citations and need-based innovative research.

5. Well-established research facility and infrastructure to carry out fundamental and applied research.

6. A Central sophisticated Analytical instrumentation facility (CIAF) accommodating state-of-the-art equipment to catalyze interdisciplinary research.

7. Well-maintained 518 acres of green campus with state-of-the-art infrastructure to cater to academic and administrative needs of the programmes being conducted for the growth of the students.

8. The library, strengthened with LMS, has a rich collection of text books, reference books, e-journals, and a reading hall that can accommodate more than 500 students.

9. All classrooms and seminar halls have Wi-Fi/LAN connections.

10. Vibrant Student community from all states of the country maintaining national culture and respect for diverse thoughts.

11. E-learning environment on the campus via e-resources for better and more effective coordination and proficient delivery mechanism.

12. Continuous augmentation and renewal of infrastructure and facilities, creating a congenial and conducive work environment.

13. Sensitization and awareness for gender equality, sexual harassment, women empowerment, and leadership through curricular intervention and extracurricular practices.

14. Emphasis on inculcating human values such as tolerance, communal harmony, and inclusivity among the students and staff by promoting a sense of fraternity, friendliness, and solidarity among its stakeholder coming from different ethnicities, religions, socioeconomic, cultures, and regions.

15. Technology enabled transparent administration with ERP and effective engagement of Alumni through technological platforms and grievance portal to cater to grievances of students.

16. Automation of Examination System and digital assessment.

17. Well-maintained sports and gym facility with modern equipment.

18. Accredited Grade A by NAAC in its first cycle.

19. Effective utilization of natural resources with roof-top photovoltaic solar plants, solar water heaters, water recycling, food recycling, etc.

20. Established Research and Innovation cell for developing entrepreneurial skills among students.


Institutional Weakness

1. Limited Industry - Institute interaction due to limited accessibility and rural location reduces opportunities for students.

2. Limited hostel accommodation facility hampers the academic growth in terms of Intake Capacity and new programmes.

3. Limited presence of international students on the campus due to remote location of the University.

4. High potential of faculty is not reflected in developing consultancy activities.

5. Though the present infrastructure of the library is sufficient to cater to the needs of the ongoing programmes, the University requires a permanent Library Building.

6. There is a requirement of the Incubation Centre to create start-up ecosystem.


Institutional Opportunity

1. Promotion of inter and trans-disciplinary research for overall development of society.

2. Scientific validation, documentation, and preservation of indigenous/traditional knowledge systems.

3. Opportunity to bring full e-governance at all levels of University functioning.

4. Enhancement in Academic, Administrative infrastructure and library facilities to enhance intake capacity & introduce new programmes.

5. Meaningful interaction with industry, effective engagement of Alumni for placement of students and address issues of employability.

6. MoU with International Universities for Twinning and Dual degree programmes.

7. Effective implementation of National Education Policy 2020.

8. Undertaking research problems relevant to developmental imperatives of the rich heritage of the region.

9. Potential for revenue generation through consultancy activity, training, and capacity building programme.

10. Establishment of a Hospital and Department of Health Sciences (Medical Dept.) to meet health-related needs of the community around the University.

11. Getting ranked among top 100 universities of the country in the National Ranking by NIRF.

12. Making NCC facility available to inculcate discipline and patriotic values.


Institutional Challenge

1. Diverse students’ groups and rural background is a challenge to bridge the gaps.

2. Interaction & involvement of Industry experts in curriculum development, research, and student enablement due to remote location.

3. Inadequate grant-in-aid for the creation of capital assets.

4. Retention of faculty due to remote location of the University.

5. Attracting international students on the campus.

6. Students' response for social and skill development activities.

7. Development-deprived area surrounding the University gives a rural feeling which fails to allure/ influence students.

8. Changes in market demand and skills required thereof.