* Recognised by the University Grants Commission (UGC)
* Accredited by NAAC with Grade 'B' (1st Cycle)
Core Values of Chatia College
Inclusivity: The college recognizes that access to quality education is a basic human right and strives to provide equal opportunities for all students, regardless of their background, socio-economic status, or physical ability. This involves providing assistance to students from low-income families, creating accessible infrastructure for students with disabilities, and providing resources and support for students from diverse cultural backgrounds.
Community engagement: The college recognizes the importance of community involvement and strives to engage with local communities to promote educational opportunities and awareness. This involves organizing outreach programs and community events, partnering with local schools and organizations, and encouraging students to get involved in community service projects.
Lifelong learning: The college recognizes that education is a lifelong process and encourages students to continue their education beyond the classroom through experiential learning, internships, and other practical opportunities. This includes providing students with opportunities to work on real-world projects, collaborate with industry experts, and engage in research and innovation.
Sustainability: The college values sustainability and strives to promote environmental awareness and responsibility among students and staff, as well as integrate sustainable practices into the operations of the institution. This value prioritizes initiatives such as using renewable energy sources, reducing waste, and promoting sustainable transportation methods.
Diversity and cultural exchange: The college values diversity and encourages students to explore and appreciate different cultures and perspectives through exposure to diverse faculty, staff, and student populations, as well as opportunities for cultural exchange and immersion. This involves providing various student-teacher exchange programs, cultural festivals, and language courses to promote cross-cultural understanding and appreciation.