Student Council


Student Council for Social Change is a representative body comprised of students elected by their peers to actively participate in the decision-making processes of the school. This council serves as a bridge between the student body, the faculty, and the administration. The concept of a student council is founded on the principles of student empowerment, leadership development, and fostering a sense of community within the educational institution.

Duties of the Student Council

  • To strive for the betterment of the institute and student community of the institute.
  • To offer constructive suggestions for the day today management of students affairs.
  • To ensure student discipline and maintain a friendly atmosphere in the campus.

In general, as a matter of policy the students’ council or any of its members shall refrain from any political, social and religious affiliation; which might affect the student/academic atmosphere of the institution. The student council always shall meet in the presence of the faculty in charge. The proceedings should be documented and intimated to the principal after each meeting in writing endorsed by the welfare officer or the faculty in charge of the students’ council.

Duties of the Student Welfare Coordinator

  • To work in close collaboration of students council.
  • To advice and guide students council and brief them about the expectations of the institute.
  • To make students aware about their duties towards the fellow students, and institute in general.