SERVICES

Tetso College provides a wide range of services and support to students. The college hosts a variety of activities to keep students occupied and allows them to pursue their interests or even discover new ones in the process.

Student Council

Class Representatives are selected to become members of the Student Council. The Student Council is guided by Student Advisors who are members of the teaching faculty. It is a platform for students to productively engage and develop leadership skills. Under the initiative of the Student Council activities are organized throughout the year such as Sports, Literary Competitions, Freshers’ Day, Scholastic Day and more.

Student Council

Class Representatives are selected to become members of the Student Council. The Student Council is guided by Student Advisors who are members of the teaching faculty. It is a platform for students to productively engage and develop leadership skills. Under the initiative of the Student Council activities are organized throughout the year such as Sports, Literary Competitions, Freshers’ Day, Scholastic Day and more.

Evangelical Union (EU) 

Tetso College has established an Evangelical Union (E.U.), which is a Christian organisation geared towards spiritual growth. The activities of the EU consist of Bible Study, Fellowships, retreats and more. All students are welcome to become a member of the E.U.

National Service Scheme (N.S.S) & Red Ribbon Club

The N.S.S is a social welfare group aimed at encouraging social responsibility and awareness. Activities include cleanliness drives, attending social mobilization campaigns, camps and more. The Red Ribbon Club is an extension of the N.S.S, dedicated to spreading awareness on HIV/AIDS. Students who become members of this club gain exposure to social issues and contribute to bringing about social awareness and positive change in society.

Grievance and Counselling Cell

The mental and emotional well-being of both students and teachers is important to us at Tetso College. We believe in creating an environment where students and teachers can express themselves freely and redress any of their grievances, if any. The Grievance and Counselling Cell is a support group created for this purpose, where both students and staff can seek counselling and advice.