The College places great emphasis on personality development of the students. By the end of the third year every young student is expected to grow into a confident, competent and compassionate individual.

(i) National Service Scheme (NSS)

 The aims of the National Service Scheme may be broadly outlined as follows:

  • To be constructively involved in the needs and problems of the community, particularly the poor.
  • To instill in the student social concern for the underprivileged.
  • To create greater respect for dignity of labour through participation in manual work.
  • To train students in leadership by imparting human skills to face societal challenges.

These aims are to be realized by a wide variety of service projects selected and carried out by the students themselves under the guidance and supervision of the Programme Officer of the National Service Scheme in the College.

(ii) National Cadet Corps (NCC)

The NCC plays a vital role in moulding the character of its cadets. It lays great stress on developing qualities of leadership among the cadets and also inculcating in them the spirit of sportsmanship.

 Aims of the NCC
  • To create a force of disciplined and trained human power which provides assistance to the country in case of emergency.
  • To develop leadership, comradeship, character, spirit of sportsmanship and the ideal of service.
(iii)  STARS (Stellites to Awake and Reach out to the Society)

Reach out programmes cater to diverse needs of the underprivileged in society. One of the objectives of the college being empowerment of women and children, these reach out programmes create awareness among students and sensitizes them to stark realities of life. Students also get a first hand knowledge of real-life situations and gain experience in tackling the challenges in whatever little way they can. This exposure enables them to be communicative, empathetic and humanitarian in their outlook.

Various sections of society derive solace and help in different forms from these programmes. They become articulate and confident with the motivation and stimulation given by these programmes.

       The following projects have been taken up under STARS

  • Working Children
  • Street Children
  • Human Rights
  • Empowerment of Women
  • Environment
  • AIDS Awareness
  • Information and Documentation
  • Media and Publication

 Each of the above projects has a cell in which the students become active members under the able guidance of staff members.

(i) Sports / Games
  • The physical training course prescribed by the college includes sports, games and physical exercises.
  • Sports, games and physical exercises help the students to maintain physical fitness and rejuvenate themselves after the hectic academic activity.
  • The Intermediate and P.G students can undergo physical training after college hours depending on their interest.
  • The undergraduate students can opt for physical training as one of the extra-curricular activities.
(ii) Yoga

It teaches the student to appreciate the ageless wisdom enshrined in the exercises and trains to keep her mind and body at peace through the ups and downs of daily life.

(iii) Martial Arts

It is introduced to train students in self-defense techniques.

(iv) Dance

It teaches graceful movements in a variety of ways through a variety of disciplines. It also promotes fitness. Through dance students learn teamwork, focus and improvisational skills.

(i) Literary Activities

This activity is intended to develop the writing and speaking skills of students both in English and Telugu, preparing them for careers in fields such as journalism.

(ii) Cultural Activities

Students joining these groups will be trained in group singing and group dancing, awakening in them an appreciation of the vast cultural heritage of our country. Competitions in dance, singing, drama, debate, essay writing, rangoli, etc. are held during Cultural Week and prizes are awarded on College Day.