Details of the performance of the institution in one area distinctive to its vision:

The K N S B L Arts & Commerce College was established on 15th June, 1986. Concomitant with this event this college was the only farthest college lying in the far flung northern part of the State. The majority people of the area have been illiterate and socially and economically weaker section deprived from minimal standard of living. Standing on this juncture the College has come into its bare existence by the joint efforts initiated by the visionary people of the locality followed by the Government. As per the vision statement of the college, main thrust area of The K N S B L Arts & Commerce College has been to provide education to the rural students of the locality and adjoining areas. Faculty members from across the state form part and parcel of the College and are dedicated to fructify the principal vision of the institution into reality.
To mention a few:
  • Students are provided with latest information in the areas of their studies and also given necessary study materials. The College library has a good collection of books and journals for their facilitation.
  • Every year Expert Lectures are organised in every subjects.
  • Sculptures collected from remote villages are preserved in college. This invaluable collection displays heritage and culture of this area
  • Maximum numbers of ST, SC and OBC students are given scholarship as per Government norms.
  • The College has good facility for games and sports and students have consistently given good performance in various sports disciplines across the state.
  • College students take part in various social activities under the umbrella of NSS and NCC, which includes blood donation camp, plantation programme, anti-plastic campaign, different awareness programmes, De-addiction Rally, Women Empowerment programmes etc. These activities groom a holistic development of the students.
  • Cultural activities are always at major focus and because of these activities many of our students could shape their career as artists.
  • Students passed out from the College often take admission in PG courses, and also take part in various competitive examinations and some of them get recruited successfully.
Their successes away from this campus are laudable vis-a-vis their economic & familial situations.