Dnyanprassarak Mandal’s College & Research Centre

Affiliated to Goa University and Recognized by UGC



The Cultural association provides a platform for students to display their talents in theatre, music and art. This association encourages and trains students to participate in cultural activities organized within and outside the State. Members of the Association have made us proud by winning the inter-collegiate drama competitions on several occasions.


The Association aims to develop leadership and organizational capabilities in students. The Association organizes the Students’ Council Election and provides a participatory forum that can address the problems and grievances of students.


The aim of this club is to generate Environmental Awareness and Consciousness among the student community. The Club organizes programmes on the Environment including workshops / seminars / exhibitions and treks.


This Association conducts Workshops, Seminars and Training Programmes with a view to enhance the practical knowledge of students so that they are prepared to adapt themselves to the rapid changes that are taking place in the global economy.


Our college Literary Association nurtures the literary talent and communication skills of our students. The Association organizes Debates, Elocution Competitions, Poetry Recitation Competitions and Workshops on Reading and Writing Skills. The College wallpaper, an activity supported by this Association, is an expression of the multi-faceted talent that our students possess. The association also trains the students in the various facets of public speaking such as discussion, compering and debates.


Our college is first in Goa to initiate a film club and is to become a registered film society. Films are screened twice a month followed by a discussion. The Club also conducts a course on film making and film appreciation for its members.


The Science Association brings together students from different faculties in an attempt to develop an Inter-Disciplinary approach to Science and its application for the development of society in general and to create a scientific temper among students in particular. The association organizes an Inter-Class / Inter-Collegiate Quiz Competition, Workshops on various issues and also conducts a Study Tour for its members.


The Council comprises of elected/nominated representatives of the students i.e. the General Secretary, the Gymkhana Secretary, Class Representatives and Division Representatives. The members of the Council are elected by the college electorate comprising of all the bonafide students of the college. The General Secretary, Gymkhana Secretary, the Presidents/Secretaries of the Associations/Clubs and Cells may also be nominated by the college.

The Students’ Council shall function under the overall guidance of the Students’ Welfare Committee constituted by the Principal. The Principal shall be the ex-officio Chairperson of the Students’ Council. The election rules and its schedule shall be notified by the Principal and will be displayed on the Notice Boards. The tenure of the Students’ Council is from the day of its installation till the date of the prize distribution ceremony.

The Students’ Council will deliberate and deal with the welfare of students, the difficulties/problems faced by students and, with the organization of co-curricular and extra-curricular activities. Minutes of each meeting of the Council will be recorded by the General Secretary and shall be submitted to the Convenor of the Council and then to the Principal for their perusal within a week from the date of each meeting.

The Students’ Council is a non-statutory body and shall be formed at the discretion of the college. Any member of the Council can be removed/disqualified by the Principal in case she/he fails to perform her/his duties, or does/involves in any such acts against the interest of the college.

The Principal can dissolve the Students’ Council if it is found that it is not functioning smoothly and/or if it acts in a manner not in consistent with the aims and objectives of the Council.


The committee aims to help students gain first-hand industry experience. It assists students in being more receptive to market needs and in deciding their area of specialisation in future. It also helps students for planned transition from academia to industry. Internship duration can be 2-3 weeks; months or students may be allowed to work for half day for a certain period in an organization of their choice.