Convener:-Dr. S. Francis


      Dr. Manoj Jha
      Dr. Kailash Sharma
      Mr. Vivek Sharma
      Mr. Mohit Shrivastav
      Dr. Divya Sharma
      Mrs. Suman Pandey
      Mrs. Rasika Malviya
      Mrs. Reena Shukla
      Mrs. Preeti Mishra
  • Admission Cell

    Convener: Dr.Meghesh Tiwari(principal)

    • Formation of the Admission Cell.
    • Make arrangement for the admission process.
    • Brochure and form distribution to be carried out at the college.
    • Meeting conducted to inform the list of activities, responsibilities and action plan of the members.
    • Publish advertisements on admissions in local newspapers.
    • Counselling mandatory for solving the queries of the students and parents.
    • Sale of application forms.
    • Fee structure.
    • Media and press converge.
    • Processing the application forms.
    • Display of merit list and counselling.
    • Document verification and seat allotment.

  • Discipline Committee

    Convener:-Dr. S. Francis


      Dr. Divya Sharma
      Dr. Kailash Sharma
      Mr. Vivek Sharma
  • Anti Ragging Cell

    Convener: Shri Vivek Sharma(HOD Commerce)


      Mr. Vipul Patel
      Mrs.Pranita Sharma
      Mr. Milind Bhandeo

    Aims & Objectives:

    “The most inhumane act is the offence of Ragging on a human being by an inhuman creature.” Ragging is totally prohibited in the College and anyone found guilty of ragging and/or abetting ragging, whether actively or passively, or being a part of a conspiracy to promote ragging, is liable to be punished in accordance with the UGC Regulations on Curbing the Menace of Ragging in Higher Educational Institutions, 2009 as well as under the penal law for the time being in force.

  • Feedback Cell


    Mr.Mohit Shrivastav (Dept. of Computer)


      Mrs.Suman Pandey (Dept. of Education)
      Mr.Manoj Thakuri (Dept. of Physical Education)
      Mrs.Seema Agarwal (Dept. of Commerce)


    Feedback is an essential element of the active learning process and allows students, teachers to reflect on their learning, clarifies areas they can improve and provides them with an opportunity to self-assess their skills and capabilities. How students analyse, discuss and act on feedback is as important as the quality of the feedback itself. Through the interaction students have with feedback, they come to understand how to develop their learning.


    Feedback is an essential part of getting the most from your physics degree. As a student, you will receive feedback from us on every piece of assessed work. This may take the form of a written note on your problem sheet script, going through problems in tutorials, a handout, example questions and solutions (which you can compare with to check your working), peer marking, self-marking or a discussion with your tutor or a laboratory demonstrator. These are all types of formative assessment that give students guidance and information on how they are doing on the course and how they could improve. Formative assessment also informs teaching staff on well students are doing and helps them adapt their teaching to the learning needs of the students. Students are encouraged to reflect on the feedback being given to them at every opportunity, to understand how to improve and make progress.


    1. Academic Feedback must be provided in a timely manner that helps students understand.
      . The marks they have received for the work submitted and
      . How their performance might be improved in the future.
    2. Academic Feedback should enable individual students to reflect on their individual skills and performance.
    3. Students must be informed about what form the feedback will take and when they will receive feedback.
    4. Students have a responsibility to consider feedback given on their work, to seek to understand it and to act on it.


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  • Grievance & Redressal Cell

    Convener:-Mr.Rajesh Tiwari


      Mr.Gyas ahmed
      Mrs.Reena Shukla
      Miss Chandani swalani


    1.To create a platform where students can point out their problems,regarding academic and non academic matters.
    2.Get suggestions from the students for improvement.
    3.Take necessary steps for improvement in the light of grievances.
    4.To establish Structured interactions with Students to elicit information on their expectations.
    5.To Co-ordinate between students and Department/Sections to redress the grievances

  • Women Cell/Anti Harassment Cell

    Convener: Smt. Rasika Malviya

      Email id-womencellvipracollege@gmail.com
      Mobile No: 88271-44428


      Miss Chandani Swalani
      Mrs.Pranita Sharma
      Mrs. Apoorva Sharma

    Aims & Objectives:

    The Women Cell was established with the mission of making the women globally oriented, educated & self reliant
    • The Women's Cell/Anti harassment cell at vipra college ,Raipur will be set up with the aim of providing women a platform to complain about any unwelcome behavior.
    • To facilitate a gender-sensitive and congenial working environment at vipra college, Indore so that women at work place are not subjected to gender specific discrimination or sexual harassment.
    • The Women's Cell/Anti harassment cell at vipra college will assist all women in achieving their full potential in education, career and personal life through academic and intellectual growth, professional development and personal empowerment.
    • cell would organize awareness programs & camps for the less privileged women in the society.


    Meeting of "Girls Anti-Harassment cell" was conducted on 27/09/2017
    Activities of "Girls Anti-Harassment cell"-
    • 1- Rangoli Competition -(subject -" Mahila Utpiden" )
    • 2-Drawing Competition -(subject -"Mahila Suraksha") was done on 04-10-2017

  • Student Union Cell

    Convener: Shri Vivek Sharma(HOD Commerce)

      Email id-studentunioncellvipracollege@gmail.com
      Contact number-94242-27240


      Mrs.Rasika Malviya
      Mr.Vipul Patel
      Mr.Gyas Ahmed
      Mr.Ujjala Verma
  • Examination Committee

    Convener: Shri Vivek Sharma(HOD Commerce)


      Dr. Divya Sharma
      Dr. Kailash Sharma
      Dr. Manoj Jha
      Mr. Vipul patel
  • Research Cell

    Convener: Dr. Divya Sharma

      Email id-researhcellvipracollege@gmail.com
      Contact Number-99777-03004


      Dr. Manoj Jha
      Mrs. Seema Agrawal
      Mr. Mohit Shrivastav
      Mrs. Shweta Mahakaalkr

    Aims & Objectives:

    Research Cell of the College functions with the following objectives:

    1. To promote members of the staff to pursue M.Phil. and Ph.D. studies.
    2. Encourage members of the staff to undertake Minor Research Projects.
    3. Guide members of the staff in organizing workshops and seminars for staff and students.
    4. Encourage the staff, teaching and non-teaching, to participate in seminars and workshops.
    5. Persuade students to take up small research based projects.
    6. Encourage the staff members to send research papers to peer reviewed journals.

    Major activities of Research Cell

    i. Seminars / Conferences / Workshops / Training Programmes

    1. Organized Ten Days Workshop on Capacity Building for Faculty Improvement held from 14th July to 25th July 2016.
    2. Organized National Seminar on Therapeutic Values of Yoga Sponsored by Indian Council of Science Research (ICSSR) held on 24th & 25th June 2016.
    3. Organized State Level Symposium on Therapeutic Values of Yoga Sponsored by Chhattisgarh Council of Science & Technology (CGCOST) held on 6th & 7th February 2016.
    4. Organized one day workshop on ‘How to write a research paper and proposal’ on date 09/08/2014.
    5. Organized two days Seminar on IT Security, Hacking & Networking on date 13/11/2014 & 14/11/2014.
    6. Organized three days National Conference on ‘Use of Techno-Pedagogy in Teaching-Learning Process’ on 29, 30 September &01 October 2014.

    ii. Research Projects:

    1. UGC sponsored Minor Research Project
    2. ICSSR sponsored Research Project

    Submitted to the UGC for Grant Proposal:
    A Proposal is submitted for financial assistance for the National Seminar

    iii. Ph.D. Studies


    1. Dr. Divya Sharma, Department of Education
    2. Dr. Kailash Sharma, Department of Physical Education
    3. Dr. Prakash Baid, Department of Physical Education
    4. Dr. Karmishtha Shambharkar, Department of Physical Education


    1. Akanksha Pandey, Department of Education
    2. Vivek Sharma, Department of Commerce
    3. Shweta Mahakalkar, Department of Commerce

  • Guidance & Counselling Cell

    Convener: Smt. Suman Pandey


      Mrs. Apoorva Sharma
      Mrs. Seema Agrawal
      Mrs. Preeti Yadav

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  • ICT Cell

    Convener: Mr. Mohit Shrivastav


      Dr. Manoj Jha
      Mr. Vivek Sharma
      Mr. Milind Bhandeo

    Objectives of the ICT Cell

    • To promote Education and Development.
    • To Improve Learning Quality.
    • To Promote Efficiency of Educational System.
    • To Enhance Quality of Teacher Training.
    • To Improve Educational Management.
    • Expanding access to education is a matter of both economic development and social justice.
    • Radio, Television and Computer related technologies have expanded outreach potential further, and higher education institutions have been at the forefront of this expansion.
    • Expanding access also means integrating populations that have been traditionally excluded from education cultural and social reasons.
    • The capacity of ICTs to reach students in any place and at any time has the potential to promote revolutionary changes in the traditional educational paradigm.
    • A variety of ICT can facilitate not only delivery of instruction, but also learning process itself.
    • ICT can promote international collaboration and networking in education and professional development.
    • ICT can change the way teachers teach and that it is especially useful in supporting more student centered approaches to instruction and in developing the higher order skills and promoting collaborative activities.

  • Library Advisory committee

    Convener:-Mrs. Pranita Sharma


      Dr. Divya Sharma
      Dr. S. Francis
      Mr. Vivek Sharma
      Mr.Mohit Shrivastav
      Mrs.Suman Pandey
      Mr.Manoj Thakuri

    About Library

    Library plays a vital role for an institution for:

    1. creation of new knowledge through acquisition; organization and dissemination of knowledge resources; and providing value added services.
    2. It’s an essential component of the institutes outstanding research and education mission. It also enables: learning and advancement of knowledge; and promotes discovery.

    The Vipra College has a well maintained e- Library stocking more than 7730 books. There are variety of books available for students Staff belonging to all streams of the college. 8 News Paper 5 Paper in Hindi 3 in English language updated 11 Journals 5 Magazines are available for better knowledge of the library users. Online access of more than 63,00 + e-Journals and 1,38,500+e-books under the UGC-INFONET Digital Library consortium of INFLIBNET N-List.

    Library Services and Facilities:

    • Lending Services.
    • Reading Room Facilities.
    • Reference Services.
    • Bibliographical and Documentation services.
    • Online access to e-resources.
    • 10 Mbps High Speed Internet Connectivity.
    • Multimedia PC's in the Library.
    • Reprography Services.

    Library Deploy to Provide Access to Collection

    • SOFTWARE- NewGenLib Library Software.
    Working Hour

    Library remains open for six half hours from 9 A.M. to 3.30 P.M. on all working day. Library advisory committee Library advisory committee consist some selected members who are responsible for progress of institution & making a well plan and policy for the development of the library.

    Library Advisory Committees Member’s name-

    1. Dr. Meghesh Tiwari
    2. Pro. Girishkant Pandey
    3. Dr. S.L.Fransis
    4. Dr. Divya Sharma
    5. Dr. Prakash Baid
    6. Smt. Pranita Sharma
    7. Sri. Vivek Sharma
    8. Sri. Sunil Singh
    9. Sri. Vipul Patel

    Power & Function of Library Committee

    1. Selection of Library Personnel's.
    2. Decide the Policy and aims of Library.
    3. Creation the rules for well organize.
    4. Direction for annual reports.
    5. Security of Library Properties.
    6. Other useful work for the development of Library.

    Responsibilities of the Librarian toward Library Committee

    1. Suggestions for policy making.
    2. Apply all the policy and plan created by Library Committee.
    3. Help in creating annual report.

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  • Sports and Co-curricular

    Convener:-Dr. Kailash Sharma


      Dr.Prakash Baid
      Mr. Vivek Sharma
      Mrs.Suman Pandey
      Mr.Mohit Shrivastav


    The College has always created a niche for itself in the field of sports. The college has since long times, been participating in all kinds of sports activities conducted by the Higher Education Department and Pt. R.S.U. Raipur. In sports, our college provides indoor and outdoor games to the students. We proudly tell that our students are regularly getting selected for university, state, national and international level. 

    Outdoor Games: 

    A spacious 3 acre play ground is available for outdoor games i.e. Cricket, Football, Basketball, Netball, Athletics, Volleyball, Basketball, Kabaddi, Kho-Kho etc. in college campus. 

    Indoor Games: 

    Facilities for the sports like Badminton, Table Tennis, Chess, Carom etc, are provided to students on the college campus only. 


    •Inter department Tournament
    • Inter college/State Tournament (University & Higher Education affiliated)
    • Inter faculty in our College
    • 15 August and 26 January. (Flag Hosting & march-past)
    • Sports Summer Camp.


    • Balkrishna award for best student Award. – Best Student of the Year in Merit of University, Good Behavior, Attitude.
    • Shahid Bhaskar Diwan Award.
    • Abhishek Tiwari Best Sports Person Award. – Best Player of the College on Participated University.
    • Shahid Rajeev Pandey Award. – Over All.

    NSS Activities in Every Year-

    • 100 plantation of trees
    • Swachata Diwas - Raily & Poster Competition.
    • Aids Day – Raily & Seminar.
    • Saksharta Diwas.
    • Health Camp.
    • Traffic Security Week.

  • Placement Cell

    Convener: Mr. Manoj Thakuri


      Mr.Vipul Patel
      Mrs.Suman Pandey
      Mrs. Sarilka Drivedi

    Aims & Objectives:

    • To train them with employability skills
    • To empower them with communicative abilities
    • To enrich them with leadership qualities
    • To enable them tackle the interviews with ease
    • To equip them with life coping skills
    • To enable the candidate to land up in the right job
    • To get matching remuneration for the work
    • To get the right employers for the right candidate
    • To enlist and enroll the students for each placement event on first-cum-first served basis

  • Staff Council

    Convener:-Mrs. Pranita Sharma

  • Editorial Board

    Convener: Dr.S.Francis(HOD Education)

  • Alumni Association

    Convener: Smt. Reena Shukla

    Aims & Objectives:

    • The Alumni Interaction Cell plays a pivotal role in forging links between the institute and its alumni.
    • To set up and maintain an infra structure for the betterment of the college / its Alumni / its present students / libraries / information / services / placement cells.
    • Small informal group meetings of alumni.
    • To extend financial help to economically backward and deserving students in the form of scholarship for UG, PG and higher studies.
    • To organize workshops, seminars, conferences etc. on matters of topical interest.
    • To extend every possible help to the college authorities for overall progress of the institution.

    Alumni Registration:

    Composition of Alumni:

  • Eco-club

    Convener: Smt. Reena Shukla


    1. Motivate the students to keep their surroundings green and clean by undertaking plantation of trees.
    2. Organize tree plantation programmes, awareness programmes such as painting competitions, rallys, nukkad natak etc. regarding various environmental issues and educate children about re-use of waste material & preparation of products out of waste.
    3. Display Boards in classrooms.
    4. Educational Tips.
    5. Sensitize the students to minimize the use of plastic bags, not to throw them in public places as they choke drains and sewers, cause water logging and provide breeding ground for mosquitoes.
    6. Rain water harvesting .


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