1. NCC

  2. NSS



  5. YDC





  10. ALUMNI







The NCC Unit of the college comprises of one Company and one Platoon with 213 cadets. The complete course tenure this year onwards is three years and students based on their participation are given ‘B’ and ‘C’ 'Certificates. Regular parades and camps are organized and it is mandatory for every cadet of first year to attend at least 23 parades and second and third year cadets to attend 27 parades respectively. In addition every candidate also has to attend one camp each for ‘B’ and ‘C’ Certificates. Besides theory classes, lectures on burning and social issues of state and national relevance are also organized which include topics related to environmental awareness, wild life conservation, female infanticide, national integration, impact of IT etc.


NCC under Officer Kumari Nutan of Dungar College NCC Company successfully reached Mount Everest Summit on 22 May 2016. For this great achievement she was awarded the Raksha Mantri Padak and her achievement was recorded in the Limca Book of World Record. In 2017 and 2019 Cadet Senior under Officer Vipul Sharma and Manoj Delu participated in Republic Day Camp at New Delhi. In the Month of Sept 2018 Cadet under Officer Mallika Sharma and Sergeant Aaina Jakhar participated in prestigious Thal Sainik Camp. On April 13 2019 Let. Dr Rajendra Kumar Purohit was promoted as Captain by DG NCC. Dr. Shweta Nehra has been commissioned Lieutenant on 12 December 2020.






NSS Unit has been working in Dungar College since 1973, at present there are four Units in the college. Shri Rajendra Singh is Programme Officer of Unit 1, Shri Sampat Lal Bhadu, Programme Officer Unit 2, Shri Kesar Mal, Programme Officer Unit 3, Shri Nirmal Rankawat, Programme Officer Unit 4.  Plantation, Blood Donation, Water conservation, Voter awareness, awareness regarding Road safety, and Important Day celebrations are the main areas of work. NSS special camps are being regularly organized by all Units. Recently 50th anniversary of NSS has been celebrated as NSS day on 24 Sep 2019. Every year three one-day camps and one seven-day camp is organized by each unit and camped at the adopted nearby village as the outward activity of the institution to fulfill its promise to reach in the nearby areas and spread awareness in the society about the selected social drives.






The ultimate motto of the college is to impart quality education and overall development of personality. Creative and Critical thinking is nurtured through different co-curricular and extracurricular activities in which the students’ participation is regularly promoted by the institute. Besides the week Sumanglam comprising literary and cultural events for the college students, regular activities are organized by different cells on days of relevance and issues of social concern. The events include a quiz, essay writing, debate, extempore, poetry recitation, mono acting, dance, and song competitions. The college also publishes its magazine called Manisha.
The college also publishes a quarterly Newsletter 'Sarjana' concerning important events and activities of the Institution.





Physical health is equally important as mental health is and therefore the aim of an educational institute is justified only if it nurtures both. Sports play a significant role in the life of a person. It inculcates the spirit of sportsmanship, teaches goal setting and planning, develops the concept of winning and sharpens competitive edge. A sport not only elevates physical ability but also provide mental agility. A set of rules are always laid down for playing any sport or game and this helps inculcating a sense of discipline within an individual. Winning or losing also gives strength to fight for success. 

The College provides facilities for indoor as well as outdoor games.  Various sports played by the students of the College include Hockey, Football, Cricket, Tennis, Volley ball, Basket ball, Kho-Kho, Kabbadi, Boxing, Wrestling, Shooting, Archery, Cycling, Athletics, Table tennis, Chess, Carom and Swimming, the facility of a few  although being not available in the College premises are played elsewhere for which a prior official arrangements are made  by the Institute. Most of the students of this College although are from rural background but as do well in their academics they perform well in sports too can be confirmed by the medals won by them in different events. The students participate at different levels beginning from inter-class followed by inter-college, state level, inter- university and reach up to national level. The college has earned proud recognition in the following sporting events and students have won individual/group medals and shields





A Youth Development Centre (YDC) was established in Government Dungar College in 2009, with the basic objective to inculcate employability skills in the college students, to acquaint the students with new avenues of employment, and prepare them to face interviews, and make them suitable for the jobs in future.

The center runs two broad types of activities-

  1. A20 hr capsule training programme for all final year graduate students on various job skills, personality development skills, self-management skills, soft skills, ICT skills, and employability skills
  2. Compiling and providing information about opportunities for higher studies, job vacancies, scholarships, etc.

Besides these activities, additional activities are organized from time to time and they include career counseling, Aptitude testing, Skill testing, Personality tests, Group Counseling, organizing Seminars, campus interviews, Debate and essay competitions, skill up-gradation courses, Brainstorming sessions, personality improvement classes, setting up a help desk at the time of admissions in college, making employment-related newspapers available, organizing placement drive/fairs and providing a platform for successful alumni to interact and motivate the students. Special emphasis is given to train the students in making CV’s and for the preparation of interviews, etc. The aim of these activities is to help student overcome and make them confident and competent for the job market.

Infrastructure: There is a separate room with the capacity of approx 150 students for conducting the activities of YDC; well equipped with the facility of internet, audio-visual facility, interactive board facility, separate display boards, and two Computers with a printer. A computer and printer facility is also available for the students along with the books and career related magazines. There is a separate room for the members of the YDC to conduct the activities of the YDC throughout the year.





The Women Cell, right from its very inception in 2004, has been incessantly working to sensitize students to develop a balanced view of the various social and gender issues. The primary aim of the Cell is to provide a safe and congenial atmosphere to all the girl students in the college. Concentrating on encouraging and empowering them, lectures are organized on women related issues like their legal rights, health, hygiene and sanitation, female infanticide, the importance of girl child, girl child education, women’s rights, food and nutrition, maintenance of a clean environment, family planning, problems of child marriage, etc. During Seminars, Workshops, and lectures they discuss, deliberate, and debate in order to enhance awareness. Using a diverse range of academic and cultural activities including talks by well-known professionals with special expertise in their respective fields, the Cell makes extra efforts in creating awareness about the gender disparity prevalent in society and tries to explore and suggest ways to counter it. The Cell by organizing various intra and inter-college competitions like essay writing, poster making, quiz, debate, dramatics, etc., fosters decision-making ability in girl students by inculcating self–sufficiency and encourages self–reliance in choosing their vocations according to their own bent of minds.

The main objective of the Cell, through the conduction of such useful and relevant activities and interactive sessions is to create awareness, develop critical thinking, make the girl students conscious of their real worth as women, and create a new sensibility for the construction of a society free of all prejudices against women. All the programmes conducted by the Cell emphasize the rights of women and make them understand how they should shape themselves right from the very beginning as they are the future providers of healthy generations.

The influx of more and more girl students in the college in recent years has rendered the female students an active and expressive platform to share their diverse opinions, ideas and perspectives. During the session 2017-18 various activities viz. Poster Competition, Hindi Essay Competition, Rangoli, Mehandi, Solo, Group Song, and Dance were organized by the Women Cell of the College. A Health Check-up Camp was also organized in which a large number of students benefited. Dr.Saraswati Bishnoi,  member of the College Development Committee and Retd. The principal was felicitated by the Women Cell for her contribution to the field of Environment. Various activities were organized to select the students for “Vishal Nari Sammelan (Shakti-2017). In the “Shakti-2017” Dr.Anila Purohit, Associate Professor of History was felicitated for her outstanding contribution in the field of women empowerment.  The girls of the College won second prize in the function. With reference to the National Nutrition Mission and Save Girl Child scheme of Govt. of India, various quiz competitions were organized.  The first, second and third winners were honored & given the prizes.






The Bharat Scouts & Guide is a voluntary, non-political, educational movement for young people, open to all without distinction of origin, race, or creed, in accordance with the purpose, principles, and method conceived by the founder Lord Baden Powell in 1907.

Objectives: The purpose of the Movement is to contribute to the development of young people in achieving their full physical, intellectual, social, and spiritual potentials as individuals, responsible citizens, and as members of the local, national and international communities.

Principles: The Rovers/Rangers Movement is based on the following principles.

  1. Duty to God:- Adherence to spiritual principles, loyalty to the religion that expresses them, and acceptance of the duties resulting therefrom.
  2. Duty to Others:- Loyalty to one's country in harmony with the promotion of local, national, and international peace, understanding, and cooperation. Participation in the development of society with recognition and respect for the dignity of one's fellow men and for the integrity of the natural world.
  3. Duty to Self:-Responsibility for the development of oneself.

The PromiseThe Promise for the Rovers " On my honor, I promise that I will do my best- To do my duty to God and my country To help other people and To obey the Scout/Guide Law".  The Law for the Scout and the Rover is :

The Law for the Guide and the Ranger is :

Ranger Wing --- Two Ranger Units are presently operating in this prestigious college with an aim to explore the full potential of the youth, be it physical, intellectual, social or spiritual. Various activities are carried out by these wings and a few organized in the recent past in which the volunteers participated with great enthusiasm are:



In addition to subject knowledge, classes and activities for skill development like computer applications, language teaching and personality development are regularly organized by YDC, Women Cell, and NCC . The Commissionerate of college education Rajasthan has constituted a cell for innovations and skill development .Some of the programs organized are as follows: