Amenities

Facilities available in the College

Women’s Hostel

The College has a Women’s hostel for the girl students hailing from remote villages, constructed with financial assistance from the UGC during the XII Plan period. The 16 bedded hostel is to be inaugurated shortly.

NSS- National Service Scheme/ Red Ribbon Club

The College has two NSS units. Our volunteers actively involved on many social activities. Every year, among other things, they took active role in mass tree plantation programmes not only in the college premises but also along the roadside and surrounding villages.

As a part of the Red Ribbon Club our volunteers hand-in-hand with district health authority involved in organizing awareness camps particularly in rural areas for the eradication of HIV/AIDS from the society.

Games & Sports

The College has a well-equipped mini gym.  Now, the construction of the Indoor Stadium with financial aid from the UGC is going on in full swing.

Alumni Association

Though the College was founded in 1981, the ‘Kumbi College Alumni Association’ was only inaugurated in 2005 in the presence of our respected Chairman, Kh.Chaoba Singh. All the graduates from this College are the members of this association. Since its inception, the association has been progressing well for the past 10 years with fulfilling the objectives of the association under the governance of the association’s president, secretary, etc.

Library

The College has a library located in a separate block constructed with UGC assistance during XI plan period, containing books and other documentation facilities. The number of volumes at present is about 5,000 and more books are being added every year. In addition to text and reference books journals and periodicals are also subscribed.

Other facilities

Computer classes to the needy, well-equipped science laboratory, exemption of admission fee for the 3rd child of the family, awards for toppers of Class XII and B.A./B.Sc. Examinations, round the clock internet facility and free admission for physically challenged students.