Mission & Vision

Mission & Vision


Women’s College, Jharsuguda is a pioneering Institution of Education with a vision which emanates from its motto ‘Tamoso Ma Jotirgamaya’’ The vision of the Institution as to achieve excellence in Higher Education, growth for social –economic change and sustainable development.


  • To promote women education
  • To equip and empower students with relevant knowledge, competence and creativity to face psycho-socio challenges.
  • To achieve innovations in teaching-learning, curricular, co-curricular, research and extension activities to realize national goals, including the adoption and Promotion of Knowledge out-put for human development.
  • To faciliate optimum use of human and limited infrastructural faciliaties available for quality sustenance and growth.
  • To create awareness of Human rights, value system ,culture, heritage, scientific ,emper, environment and women emancipation.
  • To emphasis excellent faculty in each department.

BEST PRACTICE 1 TITLE OF THE PRACTICE:-Exposure of students to acquire professional skill

A. GOAL:-The main objective of this best practice is to enhance the professional skills of students to increase their competency in the competitive global employment market. For this many professional courses are operational in the institution to enable the students with current industry needs and job requirements.

B. CONTEXT: – Now-a-days technologies are rapidly changing and students must be aware of this and upgrade their skills accordingly. The students are properly groomed by imparting teaching in communicative English classes to increase their speaking fluency in English which has become mandatory at UG (+3) level after adoption of CBCS syllabus.

C. PRACTICE: – Workshops are organised frequently in the institution about emerging technologies in which both students and faculties participate and exchange their ideas with experts from industries and companies. Industrial visits are organised to encourage the students about self-employability.



 B.GOAL:- The main objective of this best practice is to provide infrastructural and educational support to the students.

C.CONTEXT:- Students in an institution belong to various backgrounds with varied expectations from the institution both in infrastructure and educational needs. Once they enter the institution they yearn for a homely environment in which they feel free to gather knowledge and spend some time with their peer groups ventilating their opinions and feelings.

D. PRACTICE: – Students satisfactory Survey(SSS) questionnaires are prepared and distributed  to students without revealing their identity. They are asked to express their opinions with regard to the quality of library services, toilets, sports facilities, common room facilities and quality of education in the institution. The reports are collected from various departments and discussed for remedial measures.

 Institutional Distinctiveness

Women’s College Jharsuguda  is committed to incite all possible platforms pertaining to Scientific & Technological Learning for not only the professional growth but also for the personal growth of the students by providing transformational teaching and value based education with international standards. The institution has a motto to achieve academic excellence, promoting quality education with incomparable innovations in teaching and learning.

Women’s College Jharsuguda is a premier college established in the year 1982 affiliated to Sambalpur university.

Now the college has 14 UG (+3 ARTS/SCIENCE/COMMERCE) Departments with Honours Classes. The Institution always strives for excellence in education by imparting quality education by well trained, experienced faculty members.

The curriculum design, developments and its review come under the preview of the Sambalpur University. As far as curriculum no and combination of subjects, teaching hours, intake in each course etc. are concerned by the guideline of the Sambalpur university to which the college is affiliated are followed. However the teachers who are the members of the board of study of the university and subject association are involved in the framing of syllabus.

The institution has made a constant effort to integrate the goals and objectives of the institution into the curriculum by conducting various seminars and workshops and by inviting eminent research persons and export to enlighten the staff and students in their respective subject.

The concept of parallel education runs deep in our curriculum.

 Inspired by modern pedagogy insistence open group work between facilitators and learners. The college has created an inclusive practice model that focus on development of personal skill along with academic qualification. The model inculcated development of strategic thinking, communication skills& self-assessment, leadership qualities and instils self-esteem among the students.

Program outcomes, program specific outcomes and course outcomes for all programs offered by the Institution are stated and communicated to teachers and students

· Program Outcomes (POs): It represent the knowledge, skills and attitudes the students should have at the end of a course completion of their respective engineering program.

· Course Outcomes (COs): It gives the resultant knowledge and skills the student acquires at the end of each course.

·Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs): These are statements that defines outcomes of a program which make students realize the fact that the knowledge and techniques learnt in this course has direct implication for the betterment of society and its sustainability. Program Outcomes (POs), Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs) and course outcomes are communicated to the stake holders of the program by the following procedures. POs and PSOs are approved by the Department. POs and PSOs are kept in prominent locations of the campus for staff, students. POs and PSOs are displayed in Department office, Laboratories library. POs and PSOs are communicated to employers and Alumni by sending mail and during the Alumni Meeting. During the class committee meeting and faculty meeting POs and PSOs are reviewed among the students and staff members. Vision and Mission of Institute and department are informed to the parents during Parents Teachers Meeting. Course Outcomes (COs) are framed By Sambalpur University by board of studies each courses with course handlers along with one subject expert. The course outcomes and their mapping with program outcomes and program specific outcomes are elaborately discussed and derived by the course committee members. if necessary, the COs are modified and reframed by the course committee members (CC). COs are communicated to the students during the introduction class itself. COs along with lesson plan are printed and issued to the students during the first class. During the discussion of the course, the outcomes of the course are also focused. During the commencement of each unit and after the completion of the unit, the course outcomes are reviewed