Perspective / Strategic Plan


Academic Execellence

College established to provide high-quality education by producing, expanding, and spreading knowledge through collective wisdom. It is a leading higher education institution dedicated to meeting the educational needs of people from diverse sections of the society in both core and applied academic subjects. Its goal is to achieve academic success through a diverse course curriculum, integrated teaching methodologies, and a fun learning environment enabled by technology. Students will be trained to think, perform, and communicate in a critical, creative, and successful manner in addition to acquiring topic knowledge and essential abilities.


  • To deliver high-quality education to all students at all levels.
  • To develop multidisciplinary courses to meet the demands of stakeholders such as businesses, research institutions, government agencies, and society.
  • To develop and implement technology-enabled pedagogy.
  • Plan scholastic and co-curricular events to make the College's educational atmosphere more active, vibrant, welcoming, and conducive.

Plan of Action

  • Introducing novel self-financing programmes in science, social sciences, humanities, arts.
  • Traditional, interactive, and ICT-enabled educational practises are used in a blended teaching paradigm.
  • By carefully designing and implementing diverse course curriculum, session planning, student assignments, regularity, engagement, and involvement, rigour is brought to teaching-learning processes.
  • Exam systems that are well-designed and have transparent evaluation methods.
  • Providing high-quality study materials in the form of e-content on the website and print copies in the libraries.
  • Courses in distance learning are now available.
  • Encourage the use of multimedia virtual classrooms and ICT-enabled instruction.
  • To guarantee quality control and continuous updating, students are given regular input on the teaching-learning process, curriculum, and administrative facilities.
  • Offering short-term professional and vocational programmes that are job-oriented.

Research and Innovation

The College is dedicated to research and innovation of the highest calibre. The college has adopted a well-drafted Research Policy to guide, stimulate, fund, support, and monitor core and multidisciplinary research in order to facilitate research activities. Individuals and institutions are encouraged to pursue and maintain research excellence.


  • To promote multidisciplinary research in new, emerging and thrust areas.
  • To create environment and facilities for interdisciplinary research.
  • To Facilitate and support research funding process different level.

Plan of Action

  • To start research center for commerce.
  • Advancing the highest ethical research standards.
  • Facilitating and assisting with the funding of research.
  • Facilitating faculty and student participation in research-related activities such as paper presentations at seminars, conferences, workshops, training programmes, and faculty development programmes.
  • Faculty and scholars are encouraged to publish in high-quality peer-reviewed journals with a high impact factor and good ratings.
  • Obtaining infrastructure assistance, such as buildings, equipment, databases, books, journals, and other necessities for conducting research on campus.

Capacity Building

Excellence is attained by exceptional performance by knowledgeable and dedicated individuals. The College is dedicated to providing a culture, facilities, support, and flexibility to its instructors and employees in order to allow them to express their creativity.


  • To set the bar for academic and administrative excellence by benchmarking and developing world-class competencies.
  • To attract, develop, reward, and maintain high-quality academic and administrative staff, and to make PCCCS a highly sought-after place to work.

Plan of Action

  • Providing opportunities and facilities for faculty members to improve their teaching and research skills, as well as improving IT skills among its professors and employees.
  • Organizing staff training for behavioural changes and technical skill development. Faculty members are encouraged to attend conferences and publish in journals.
  • Developing new information and making it available in the form of books, e-content, and other learning resources to encourage contributions to knowledge.

(Proposed period (2014-15 to 2019-20)

UG: Courses Mathematics , Statistics, Electronics , Physics, Animation, Chemistry. Banking, Finance,Computer concept.
B.A. in Economics, English.

PG Courses

M.Com. with all specialised subjects.
M.A. in Economics and English.
MBS, M.Lib.

Research Centre

Computer and Commerce.

Department wise Add on / Vocational Courses

Certificate course in SAP, Banking, International Business.
Certificate course in Tourism.
Certificate couse in Shorthand and Typing.
Certificate couse in stock exchange.
Certificate couse in investment plans.
Certificate couse in stock keeping & purchasing.
Certificate couse in actuarial science.
Certificate couse in international trade, micro Finance.
Certificate couse in industrial Economics.
Certificate couse in Energy conservation, environmental science.
Certificate couse in Laptop Repairing, Android Development.


All classrooms with LCD Projectors.
Smart boards in 10 Class rooms.
Fully equipped virtual Class rooms.
Online Internal Examination for all courses.
E-books and e-journals in library.
Biometric attendance in classroom.
Knowledge Resource Centre.


The College aspires to be a "Centre of Excellence" for higher education and to maintain that status. It will require educational and research institutions to achieve this while still adhering to its Research and Green strategy. It will handle infrastructure development and routine maintenance of new and existing facilities while keeping all other issues in mind.


  • To construct advanced learning centres that is both environmentally sustainable and equipped with modern conveniences.
  • To create a clean and green campus that is pleasant to the eye.
  • Maintaining civil, electrical, and mechanical utilities on a regular and preventative basis.

Plan of Action

  • Providing sophisticated learning centres with ICT-enabled classrooms, library facilities, laboratories, and Wi-Fi access.
  • Total preventative maintenance for electrical, mechanical, and civil utilities is being implemented.
  • Beautification of the campus as a whole for the benefit of stakeholders and society.
  • Keeping the campus clean in terms of facilities and amenities.

Holistic Development

The term "holistic" refers to the academic, social, physical, and spiritual growth and development of students. All members of the campus are encouraged to become actively involved in the teaching and learning process, which is referred to as inclusive. According to the positive youth development approach, promoting psychosocial competences and positive mental health traits such as resilience, emotional competence, self-awareness, and interpersonal skills is an important technique for facilitating college students' holistic development.


  • To plan a variety of activities, such as academic, cultural, environmental, sporting, and other activities, for the holistic development of stakeholders.
  • To instil ideals in faculty, staff, and students, as well as professional and leadership abilities.

Plan of Action

  • Providing academic, social, and career guidance to students.
  • Organizing inter- and intra-departmental competitions in the areas of intellectual, academic, creative, literary, communication, and presentation.
  • Making athletics, both indoor and outdoor, a regular component for College students.
  • Innovative social and cultural development programmes and festivals.
  • Putting up professional lectures on current problems.
  • Organizing tours and visits for academic, cultural, and industrial institutions.

Financial Resources

Development funds of self financial courses.
Donations from alumni.
Funds from Corporate, Members of Assembly and Members of Parliament Grants from District Sports Authority, Ministry of Environment, etc.
Rents and earnings from cafeteria, hostel, auditorium, ampi theatre, etc.
UGC Grants under 2f and 12B.
University BCUD Grants.
Cash, kind contribution or donations from members, citizens and stakeholders.
By signing MOU‘s with companies.
From stationary shops.


Sr No. Heads 2014-15 to 2016-17 ( 3 Years) In Lakhs 2017-18 to 2019-20 ( 3 Years) In Lakhs 2020-21 to 2023-24 ( 4 Years) In Lakhs Total In Lakhs
1 Self financial courses 15 15 25 55
2 Teaching- learningevaluation 10 15 20 45
3 Infrastructure 300 250 350 900
  Budget Total In Lakhs 325 280 395 1000