Institution’s Innovation Council (IIC)

Ghatal Rabindra Satabarsiki Mahavidyalaya



Institution’s Innovation Council (IIC) is an initiative by the Ministry of Education to foster the culture of innovation in higher education institutions. It aims to encourage students and faculty to engage in activities that promote problem-solving, ideation, and entrepreneurship. The IIC model is designed to create a vibrant local innovation ecosystem, support startups, and prepare institutes for national innovation rankings.

Ghatal Rabindra Satabarsiki Mahavidyalaya, embracing the spirit of innovation, actively participates in the IIC program. The college organizes various activities under the IIC banner, such as quizzes, drawing competitions, and seminars, which are instrumental in nurturing the creative and innovative abilities of students. These activities not only provide a platform for students to showcase their talents but also instill a sense of confidence and entrepreneurial spirit.

In addition to the mentioned activities, the college also conducts workshops on design thinking and intellectual property rights (IPR), which are crucial for developing a comprehensive understanding of the innovation process. The workshops aim to educate students about the importance of protecting their ideas and the steps involved in transforming these ideas into viable products or services.

The United Nations estimates around 300 million tons of plastic is manufactured each year. It emits toxins and pollutants into the air, water, and ground water. This contributes to global warming and increases the planet’s toxic load, affecting humans and animals. Proper disposal and usage of plastic discards can reduce these problems.


The students of department of Zoology of Ghatal Rabindra Satabarsiki Mahavidyalaya have made some beautiful pen stands, flower vases from used plastic bottles under the guidance of IIC and distributed them to different academic departments, college office.


The students of Ghatal Rabindra Satabarsiki Mahavidyalaya have made cloth bags from their old clothes and distributed those bags to villages and also used in their homes to decrease the use of single use plastics carry bags.