The North-East Cell is one of the registered societies of the College that began its functioning in 2011. The Cell integrates students from the North Eastern States into the mainstream. The cell provides a platform for all the students from North-East states studying in the College to share and sort out their problems. It counsels students, providing a friendly atmosphere far away from home. The Cell spreads awareness among people, especially the College fraternity so as to amalgamate the nation with the lesser known cultures of Northeast India a significant step towards national integration.
The cell celebrates its annual festival “NEtym”, a multi-dimensional event, which encompasses the varied art and culture and history of India’s north-east, the region’s handicrafts, food, clothing, literature, contemporary developments as well as highlights its problems and hardships through seminars and discussions.
In September 2015 the NE Cell of the College organized a counseling programme for students hailing from north-east region. It was followed by the orientation of the students of the College in October 2015 where students had interactive sessions with teachers. The Cell organized a cultural programme on the theme “Peace and Unity” in association with Manipur Cultural society for Peace and Unity on 8th November 2015 in view of the prevailing conditions. Dr. Th. Meina (M.P., Lok Sabha), was Chief Guest.