Academic council functions under the umbrella of staff council with some senior members of staff and the Principal as its head. The first and the foremost function of the academic council is to plan, implement and evaluate the academic programmes and to groom the students under faculty guidance. At the beginning of the academic session the council plans to implement and deliver the curriculum developed by the affiliating University. The academic council communication the department heads to chalk out a plan for effective delivery of curriculum in time. The department committees determine the work load, time table, recruitment and necessary infrastructural requirements. Each department ensures that the necessary materials in the respective papers are made available in the college library and laboratory equipment / tools are also made available as per the curriculum needs. The academic council in tandem with Examination cell plans to hold mid semester / internal examination well before the commencement of semester examination.

The academic council also plays a crucial role in providing on-line learning resources to the students and organizing remedial classes for needy students to enable them to cope with the curriculum. The council also evaluates the outcome of student’s performance in examinations and takes measures to improve the lapses. The council in consultation with the Internal quality Assurance cell does its part to supplement the curriculum by organizing hands-on experience such as excursions, field studies, Industrial trips, seminars and work-shops for students through the departments.

The academic council seeks the supports of many other committees and cells and gets them involved in planning, implementing and evaluating the academic progress. It also inspires the faculty to attend orientation / Refresher courses to update their knowledge in respective subjects.

The objective of the council in not only to bring reformation in the academic pursuits but also to make the campus more learner friendly where they can feel a sense of co-operation and integration in an atmosphere of peace and tranquillity.