"SWOC" Analysis

SWOC analysis is a strategic plan or technique for examining the external and internal workings that influence the success and growth of an institution.  The SWOC analysis determines the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and challenges of the institution.

 Institutional strength

  1. Existence of conducive academic environment with good ambiance and clean environment friendly campus with well maintained infrastructure facility and disciplined discipline.
  2. There is a cordial relationship between all the students – teachers and parents.
  3. Evidence of inclusive education High enrolment of students of all classes as well as students of other states in the college.
  4. Regular organization of national seminars and events funded with the financial assistance of WB-MPHEQIP.
  5. Libraries equipped with Delplus library automation software and facilities of Delnet access and many free e-resources available on the Internet.
  6. Counselling cell which strives for the academic and holistic development of the students which enables them to become emotionally strong and mature individuals.
  7. Mini Forest Teak (550), Shisham (25), Jamun (108), Ashok (32), Peepal (15), Neem (85) trees and flowering plants etc. The total number of trees and plants together is 1106.

Institutional weakness

  1.  Relatively poor input status of students.
  2. Lack of faculty members in research activity.
  3. Lack of tie-up with industries.
  4. Lack of linkage and internship programmes.
  5. Lack of research centres and research projects in the Institute.
  6. Lack of role in shaping the curriculum/curriculum of the programmes.
  7. Limited transport facilities.

 Institutional opportunities

  1. Faculty with potential for more research projects and publications.
  2. Possibility of generation and utilization of more solar energy in the campus.
  3. Possibility of introducing more Diploma/Certificate programmes.
  4. Possibility of creating e-content by teachers.
  5. Opportunities to conduct more UG and PG courses through self-financing.
  6. Strengthening of remedial/tutorial classes to improve results at UG level.

Institutional challenge

  1. To establish academic collaborations with reputed institutions or industries.
  2. Time bound completion of the course which is often hampered by the conduct of government works.
  3. Organization of national seminars and minor/major research hindered by paucity of funds.
  4. Drinking water crisis.
  5. Due to lack of money, the play ground cannot be constructed.
  6. Adapting to a rapidly changing world with cutting-edge technology