Since its establishment in 1942, the institution has been working with a strategic plan for continuous up gradation and development.
After the second cycle of accreditation in 2011, based on the recommendations of the NAAC Peer Team, the college developed linkages and MoUs with standard organizations for increasing academic quality.
From 18 UG courses, the college has upgraded itself to offer 25 UG and 04 PG programs and 11 Certificate Courses.
The staff council and CPDC under the chairmanship of the Principal planned to lead the institution towards progress in the following steps.
1. Achieving Autonomy
2. Achieving CPE status
3. Obtaining RUSA funds for augmenting the infrastructure
4. Introducing more PG, Certificate, Diploma, M.Phil and PhD courses
5. Strengthening ICT facilities for qualitative teaching
6. Establishing Research Centres with Linkages with Standard National and International Universities
7. Upgrading the Institution to a into a Women's University.
So far we have completed the for the first three steps and are getting ready for the fourth one. The details are explained below:
The college was granted Autonomy from the year 2013-14 to 2018-19.
The college was granted CPE status for a period of 5 years,i.e, from 1st April 2016 to 31st March 2021.
Rashtriya Uchchatar Shiksha Abhiyan (RUSA) , launched in 2013 by the Government of India is a centrally sponsored scheme, which aims at providing strategic funding to eligible state higher educational Institutions.
The State of Andhra Pradesh comes under the General Category . The Funding Pattern is 60:40 ratio i.e.60% of share is by Central Government and 40% of share is by State Government.
Our college was also selected under this scheme. An amount of Rs. 2 crore was sanctioned and of this an amount of Rs.1.8 crores was released and utilised so far for constructing the Library Block and Commerce Block and for establishing virtual and digital classrooms.
As part of achieving a mark of quality and progress the college applied for NIRF rankings and could secure 168th rank on the national scene.
The college has completed its third cycle of accreditation by NAAC.
As part of its strategic plan during the next 5 years the college wants to upgrade itself to become a Women's University in the state in the near future by introducing more PG Courses, Certificate and Diploma Courses, and Courses in Research. We want to develop Linkages and MoUs with National and International Universities for qualitative development and march towards becoming a Women’s University.