Huda National School, College & Degree

Clubs /Forum

1. Anti –Ragging Cell
In conformity with Supreme Court Judgments and directions, UGC guidelines and state Government Instructions, Bengaluru North University is following a ‘Zero –Tolerance Policy’ towards ragging .Any Student of BNU accused and found guilty of ragging, will be severely dealt with, in accordance with the Provisions of the law.
1800 – 180 – 5522

2. Internal Complaints Committee
As per the guidelines of UGC and the Supreme Court, an Anti- Sexual Harassment Cell has to be established in every institution, which is Internal Complaints Committee. Established on 17th Jan 2023.
The cell has to deal with issues relating to sexual harassment. But in our campus so far, cases related to this issue have not risen. The Institution protects the students and the staff community unbiased preventing any such incidents.

3. Cultural Committee
 The members are prepared to go through challenging indoor and outdoor activities. The students are able to test their leadership and decision making abilities with team work. The memories of serving in this forum will be forever imprinted in the hearts. The tradition and culture of nation and individual is priority and highlight of the committee.
• To bring out hidden talents 
• To excel leadership qualities with human values

4. IPR-Cell
The IPR cell of the college aims to create awareness on IPR among the stakeholders of the Institution. 
Intellectual property refers to the property created and owned by a person through the virtue of human intellect.
Intellectual property rights shall include patents, trademarks, copy rights, trade secrets and other specifics such as computer software or printed material, any new and useful process, machine, composition of matter, life form, article of manufacture, software, copyrighted work, such things as new or improved devices, circuits, chemical compounds, drugs, genetically engineered biological organisms, data sets, software, musical processes, or unique and innovative uses of existing inventions.
Indian government has revised the National IPR policy in May 2016.

The Union Cabinet approved the National Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Policy on 12th May, 2016. The Policy recognizes to foster creative and innovative energies that flow in India, and to channelize these energies towards a better and brighter future ahead. The National IPR Policy is a vision document that encompasses and brings to a single platform all IPRs. It views IPRs holistically, taking into account all inter-linkages and thus aims to create and exploit synergies between all forms of intellectual property (IP), concerned statutes and agencies. It sets in place an institutional mechanism for implementation, monitoring and review. It aims to incorporate and adapt global best practices to the Indian scenario.
In this direction college initiated the formation of IPR Cell to encourage research and provide conducive environment to researchers.
The IPR cell of the college aims to create awareness on IPR among the stakeholders of the Institution.

• To create awareness and educate on Intellectual property rights (IPR) among faculty and students of the college. 
• To advice and guide faculty and students on the importance of IPR.
• To conduct workshops, activities and training programs on IPR.

5. Women Empowerment Cell

The Women Cell is constituted to help and maintain a harmonious atmosphere in the Institution to enable women to pursue their work with dignity and reassurance. The Cell has been working to raise awareness on gender equality. The cell purely safeguards the rights of the female students and staff members. It also contributes to incorporate hygienic habits and ensure a healthy atmosphere in and around the institution.

• To create an awareness in the female students of their legal rights
• To ensure personality and academic development of female students

6. Human Rights Cell
Human Rights cell is constituted to promote and preserve human rights in the campus. The main focus of the cell is to implement human rights through effective institutional policy development, capability building and control of human rights violations. 

7. Equal Opportunity Cell
As per the guidelines of UGC, to oversee the effective implementation of policies and programs for disadvantaged groups, to provide guidance and counselling with respect to academic, financial, social and other matters and to enhance the diversity within the campus. 
To create a socially congenial atmosphere for academic interaction and for the growth of healthy interpersonal relationships among the students coming from various social backgrounds. 

8. Entrepreneurship and Development Cell
The Entrepreneurship and Development Cell of our College is a student body, who takes part in initiating activities by the Ministry of Higher Education and Mahatma Gandhi Council of Rural Education, which aims to inculcate the spirit of entrepreneurship in the minds of young students and create a zeal amongst the students who wish to pursue entrepreneurship as a career. Activities as Campus Bazaar, Embroidery & Crafts Classes are offered on the fine art of embroidery. The students are taught to make soft toys, knitting, pattern designing etc.
• To create an environment conducive to the growth and development of the entrepreneurs and innovators of tomorrow. 
• The E-Cell strongly believes that with correct guidance and support even the smallest of ideas can grow and lead to successful entrepreneurial ventures. 
• The E-Cell aims to promote holistic learning to pave the way for a self-sufficient ecosystem that encourages the growth of new and innovative ideas.

9. Research Cell
This cell is one of the wings which facilitates, channelizes, records and regulates all academic research activities of the Institution. It aspires to transform the innovative ideas to contribute for research at the academic level.
The main objectives of the committee are:
• To encourage the faculty to:
o Pursue research/higher degrees like M.Phil/Ph.D.
o Publish research data in refereed journals, articles in magazines and newspapers.
o Participate in Symposia, Seminars, workshops and conferences on duty.
• Recommend the required infrastructure for in-house research activity.
• To identify various opportunities for consultancy.
• Promote collaborations with Universities and Research institutes.
• Encouraging students in undertaking summer projects and Internship.
• Support documentation for IQAC  related to FDP/Workshop/Seminar /Conference

10.Minority Cell:
This cell will work for acquiring a minority status for the institution and also encourage the students to get benefits from minority department with respect to scholarship and education loans for higher studies.

1. Alumni– 
The alumni association of the Institution gathers every year to observe and renew the bonds with their peer group and cherish their relationship with faculty members and staff. Alumni association provides variety of benefits and services to maintain contact with their educational institution and fellow graduates. They help in guiding the current students by sharing their experiences in academics, cultural and sports events.
2. Alumni Association Flow chart
3. Online Alumni Registration- Link 
4. Alumni Feedback- Link 
5. Alumni Activities- Annual  Alumni meeting Report
Exam committee
Internal examinations are conducted periodically by the examination committee.
PTM are held after every internal examination & parents counselled and feedback given. 
1. Auditorium
2. Library
3. Laboratory
4. Sports
5. Cafeteria
6. Prayer Hall
1. Introduction 
The IQAC assures all the stakeholders i.e., students, parents, teachers, staff, Management, funding agencies and society in general- of accountability in quality management of the College and the education the college is imparting. This committee was established in our college on 12th December 2022.
Vision: IQAC aims to work towards quality sustenance and enhancement of the academic and administrative performance of the institution.
• To develop a system for the consistent improvement in the overall performance of students and staff of the institution
• To channelize all efforts and measures of the institution towards promoting its holistic academic excellence
2. Composition of IQAC
3. Activities
Sports Club
Development of a person is essentially based both on the physical & mental attributes. The avenues open here are numerous to suit the need & taste of each individual.
Indoor and outdoor activities are conducted by Physical Education Trainer
Seminar s/Conferences 



HUDA offers a variety of courses which cater to the academic needs of the students across the country. The duration of an under graduate programme as per NEP (National Education Policy) is 4yrs with 8 semesters. Progressive Certificate, Diploma, Bachelor’s Degree or Bachelor’s Degree with Honours is provided at the end of each year of exit of the four years’ UG programme

Arts : BA (History ,Economics,Psychology & Political Science)
Commerce : B.Com
Science : BCA and B.Sc (Math & Chemistry)
Candidates who have completed two year pre-university course (plus two) from Karnataka state board or its equivalent from other states/board with 40% or equivalent CGPA are eligible for admission into these courses.

Student Support

Student Support

1. Counselling centre


The Student counselling Cell is an integral part of the Institution where the student support services are intended to help them adapt and make the best of their learning environment. The students unresolved problems reflect in their attendance, academic performance and ultimately in their personality development. Professional Psychologist is appointed to address the students’ requirements. 

The College provides the students with the services of professional counsellors to tackle emotional and academic problems. While the students are encouraged to visit the counsellors by voluntary appointment, the College may also refer students who may be judged to benefit from such referrals.

 Regular value inputs are given to all students in order to deliberate on and assimilate human, social and spiritual values. 



• To help students to make proper adjustments

• To improve their quality of life

• To Guide and motivate them to study

• To assist them choose their career

• To motivate them to enhance their overall wellbeing.


2. Training and Placement Cell

The Placement cell helps students to understand the requirements for employment and new career avenues. It also helps students in planning their career through counseling wherein they gather information about themselves in terms of their interests, aptitudes and abilities so that they can also choose their desirable career.


• To train them to develop their employability skills

• To motivate them to improve  their communication skills

• To make sure, every student experiences the feel of interview

• To build confidence in them to face interviews

• To empower them to achieve their dreams


Placement process will comprise of 


 Written Test/ Aptitude Test

 Group discussion

 Personal Interviews


3. National Service Scheme (NSS)

The overall aim of National Service Scheme as envisaged earlier, is to give an extension dimension to the higher education system and orient the student youth to community service while they are studying in educational institution.

The Motto of NSS

The motto or watchword of the National Service Scheme is: ‘NOT ME BUT YOU’. This reflects the essence of democratic living and upholds the need for selfless service and appreciation of the other person’s point of view and also to show consideration for fellow human beings. It underlines that the welfare of an individual is ultimately dependent on the welfare of society on the whole. Therefore, it should be the aim of the NSS to demonstrate this motto in its day-to-day programme.



4. Students’ Council


The Students’Council holds numerous activities to keep the students engaged and also to respond to societal needs. In this regard, several webinars, guest lectures, competitions and awareness drives on human rights issues are conducted by the students.

The Students’Council of our Institution was established on the 5thof Jan 2023. This council adheres to all the rules and is in tune with the Vision and Mission of the institution and to meet the personal and social needs of the students’ wellbeing. It involves in recognizing, understanding and developing each student into a good human being, ready to deliver in an organization and in the society. The activities which are planned and implemented by the Students’Council, helps the individual to grow with confidence and enables the student to face the challenging society.

Annual election will be conducted for the post of President, Vice President, Secretary, 

Joint Secretary, Sports Secretary and Treasurer under the supervision of the Students’ Council Officer and Principal of the Institution.


5. Grievance Redressal Cell

The Student Grievance Redressal Committee (SGRC) is constituted for the purpose of redressal of Grievance of students. Grievance is any type of problem, concern, dispute or complaint or suggestion (s) related to academics or the environment, in the college premises. We work on principles including confidentiality, impartiality, sensitivity and timely and appropriate action.

Grievance Redressal Procedure

The students have to place their grievances in the suggestions box/complaint box placed in campus. Grievance received and resolved along with further course of  action  will be discussed by the committee members  with Principal and provide relief to the affected party at issue .Therefore our committee promotes timely and transparent resolution of these issues/suggestions in a confidential manner. Later if required the committee suggest students for counselling cell.


• Upholding the dignity of the college

• Respecting emotions and dignity of every individual

• Help students express their grievances and solve them amicably

• To develop a responsive and accountable attitude among the students

• To maintain discipline and to have a harmonious atmosphere for study



6. Scholarships—NSP—SSP

The Institution believes that life is lived well when it is lived generously in the service of community providing education and economical support for the up liftment of society; the deserving students are provided fee discounts/free ship when approached to Management. 


Students can avail the below online scholarships if they meet the required eligibility criteria. Kindly go through the below website for more information


• Minority Scholarship-Students belonging to Muslims, Sikhs, Christians, Buddhists, Jain and Zoroastrians (Parsis)

• MHRD Scholarship /Central Sector Scholarship

1 st year Students who have secured more than 80% in Class XII /12 th /PUC Boards

• SC/ST scholarship-SC/ST Students can apply with a valid certificate