Rajarshi Shahu College of Pharmacy
Dwarka Bahuddeshiya Gramin Vikas Foundation, Buldana’s

Rajarshi Shahu College of Pharmacy

At & Post – Malvihir, Buldana, 443001, M.S., India
Affiliated to Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University, Amravati | Estd. in 2006
GOLD CATEGORY IN AICTE-CII SURVEY | Approved by PCI and AICTE, New Delhi

student welfare

The institute has Student Welfare Committee to promote student welfare, advice and support. The primary goals of Student Welfare Committee are –

  • To arrange for congenial living environment in the campus.
  • To monitor day to day essential support for academic and co-curricular activities.
  • To arrange special care for weaker and needy sections of students
  • To prepare plan and execute program for holistic development of students
  • To nominate student representatives to various bodies of University in consultation with elected student body.
  • To arrange for maintenance of students discipline in the campus

To achieve the above goals, the institute has established various Students Council. As a result, the measures with regard to Student Welfare are –

  • Health Schemes / Insurance Scheme
  • Ragging free campus
  • Immediate Grievance red-ressal to academic issues
  • Immediate red-ressal to Sexual Harassment
  • Provision of adequate physical facilities for conducive learning
  • Mentor and Mentee (MM) Scheme for Slow Learner (SL) / Advanced Learner (AL)
  • Feedback through Student Satisfaction Survey (SSS)
  • Guidance for weaker sections of students to help out better academic achievement
  • Student-related Seminar/Conferences/Workshops/Camps etc.
  • Counseling to students with emotional / psychological issues
  • Organization / participation in Health Programs / Camps and other Extension Activities
  • Participation in Sports & games and Cultural Programs at Collegiate, state and national level
  • Participation in Youth Festivals.
  • Participation in College level Wall space Activity
  • Enhancement in research activity by promoting by events like “Innospire”