SWOT analysis is an important tool to identify and set the goal of any organization. The same is done in respect of the institution. This is done considering all the factors associated with all the stakeholders namely rules imposed by Directorate of Higher Education (Govt. of Tripura), Teachers’ Council, Students’ Council, Alumni of the college, feedback obtained from the students, local community and most importantly the existing infrastructure of the institution. Information and data generated for the analysis are from academic and administrative records. Summary of the SWOT analysis is framed as follows:
Strength implies the internal qualities or positiveness of an organization. The college has its own strength as well as potential for further developments to explore educational ventures for the welfare of the community. The strengths include:
1. Demand of under graduate education as there is no other college in the said sub division;
2. Availability of efficient teaching and non-teaching staff;
3. Availability of huge campus and own land for further infrastructural development;
4. A library that has appreciable number of text and reference books and journals for students and teachers with facilities of e-granthalay;
5. Active NSS and NCC units which promote social responsibility among the students and the community;
6. Active participation of students in sports and cultural programmes at university, state and national level.
Weakness implies the internal deficits or shortfall of an organization. The college has few such weakness. These include:
1. Shortage of classrooms and basic amenities;
2. Dearth of teaching and non-teaching staff;
3. Insufficient training programs for faculty to upgrade themselves for the latest developments within the subject area;
4. Limited resources and facilities of laboratories and lack of modernization of existing laboratories;
5. Insufficient Library Space/furniture, reference section and reading Room and staff and lack of e‐library facility;
Opportunities indicate the advantages which can be obtained from external environment to achieve the organizational goal. These include:
1. More scope to provide qualitative higher education to rural students;
2. Possibility to Increase the innovation and research in rural areas and harness local talents,
3. Increasing enrolment of students belonging to the marginalized sections including SC, ST and Minority groups.
4. Tie-up opportunities with various Governmental organizations and NGOs;
5. Scope of Internal Revenue Generation (IRG) through different skill development self-financing programmes;
6. Whole hearted cooperation of State Government to improve all round development of the college.
Threats indicate the external challenges which need to overcome to survive for the long period of time. These include:
1. Lack of infrastructural and hostel facilities might demotivate the students and stakeholders for college education;
2. Lack of industries in the state creates a barrier for institution‐ industry interaction;
3.Unwillingness among the parents and alumni to participate in college developmental activities.