National Service Scheme, under the Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports Govt. of India, popularly known as NSS was launched in 1969, the Birth Centenary Year of Mahatma Gandhi, in 37 Universities involving 40,000 students with primary focus on the development of personality of students through community service. More than 3.75 crores students from Universities, Colleges and Institutions of higher learning are benefited from the NSS activities,

National Service Scheme provides the students an opportunity to understand the community; identify its needs and problems as well as the solutions in which they can be involved by assuming social and civic responsibilities. NSS also provides students with the opportunity to apply their education in finding practical solutions to the problems faced by the individuals and the community at large. NSS aims at arousing social consciousness of the youth with an overall objective of personality development through community service. NSS enables students to participate in various programmes of social service and national development, and to help the community.

N.S.S. unit is started in B.H.H. in 1992 in just one year of the establishment of the college. Our college has an active N,S,S, unit with the students’ dynamic participation under the dedicated supervision of Program Officer, Smt. Y.Vasantha Kumari, Lecturer in Hindi. Many awareness camps are conducted to mobilize the society. Plantation in and around the college, is undertaken every year to save environment. Medical camps are conducted for the students, faculty and surrounding people. Students take active part in rallies and awareness walks in and around the city for the social consciousness. Every year the unit goes for a ten days camp to the nearby villages to educate the folks especially on women issues. Our students were taken to visit Kurnool district in 2019, as a part of youth exchange program organized by STEP Youth Services, Guntur. Our N.S.S. volunteers actively take part in Swachch Bharat as directed by the central government and Janmabhoomi Maa vooruunder the instructions of local government.

Our N.S.S. volunteers participated in several activities and competitions conducted every year at the district and even state level. Our folk dance team bagged many prizes. Our N.S.S. team is committed to social service and readily responds to the social issues. We are looking forward to adopt a village soon and help more and more needy and poor people. Our management and principal motivate us to walk in the right way.


NCC stands for the National Cadets Corps which is the Indian military cadet corps. Initially NCC was started in 1948, to rise the youth of India in several fields to support Indian defense forces during the war period. NCC is a highly reputable body and considered to be the second line of defense. In India, many youngsters are trained in line with defense mechanism, in case the need arises. Apart from military training the cadets also learn several other core values such as selflessness, honesty, discipline, hard work, building confidence and acquire leadership qualities.

Since NCC camps are held all over India, the cadets are trained in various parts of the country as such students get an opportunity to visit new places and learn different cultures. They are required to exhibit their social skills and their senses to get to know about new places and adapt themselves to the varying environment. They are also exposed to the historical significance, the cultural diversity and the artistic outlook of the new places.

NCC teaches 'ekta' and 'anushasan' as core values. One needs to rely on these values no matter where one has to go in life. The NCC teaches hands on experience of how to be with people, irrespective of age and place through camps at various parts of the country therefore takes the cadets out of comfort zone,through self-reliance. It gives a firsthand experience what it is like to be in the Indian armed forces, air or naval forces depending upon the battalion.

B,H,H. is permitted to establish an N.C.C. wing and train the cadets. We established our N.C.C. wing in 1996. Several students are benefited through the training and placed in the better positions. Cadets were taken to several camps and they learnt to mingle with the students of different regions and different cultures.


BHH stands for traditional values mingled with technical skills. Our college has two well equipped computer labs for the sake of practical education in computer applications. The first computer lab is named after a philanthropist Smt. Gundimeda Kanaka Durgambagaru in memory of her charity for building the lab. It has 25 latest version computers with two skilled computer faculty members monitoring and teaching the students practically on the computers. All the students who opted computer as a subject i.e. M.C.S., M.P.CS make use of this lab for obtaining knowledge. They learn latest trends and developments in the computer world.

Our college has another computer lab to cater to the needs of B.Com students who also have computer applications as optional subject. It is also equipped with more than 12 computers which are very much useful for the commerce students with the software of their concerned subjects like Tally.

Language Lab

Communication skills play an important role in the field of job opportunities and comfortable settlement in life which have become the ultimate goal of the youth. Hence BHH established a Language Lab in the computer lab 2. U.G.C funded for more than 25 audio head phones for listening to the online classes to improve pronunciation and speaking skills. English department monitors the classes and guides the students for their success in learning communication skills practically


Education should not be limited to the four walls of the class room. Apart from class room learning, students should learn values, life skills and above all the valued experiences of the learned people. Keeping in view this, a spacious Seminar Hall with the capacity of more than 200students is allotted in B.H.H. building. Photographs of great leaders occupy the walls of the hall inspiring the students.A big Digital Screen with 5x4 feet measurement is the asset to the seminar hall catering to the needs of power point presentation. The room is equipped with an audio system and surround speakers so that the speeches will be audible. More than 100 interactions, seminars, meetings and moral classes are held in the hall every academic year with the motivational speeches from experienced speakers on several topics like women empowerment, career guidance, service to humanity , yoga and health. Several students are benefited through the speeches. Management is in the idea to air condition the room shortly for the comfort of the audience of the room.



A library is the fountain head of knowledge. It is a collection of the intellects of generations of genius. It is a source of solace and delight to those who are thirsty of knowledge. A library caters for all kinds of knowledge enthusiasts. It does not take into consideration race, religion, caste, status, sex or age whenever the person approaches it. Here knowledge is free and is thrown open to axis of everybody who is desirous of acquiring it.

The history of the library takes back to the Egyptian civilization when lovers of knowledge inscribed information on mud tablets dried and baked them to preserve them for the posterity. This was called the tablet library. Later the library had undergone many revolutionary changes. Writings on animal parchment, writing on Palm leaves which were preserved in big pots, writing on papyrus were some milestones in publication of knowledge to be placed to the axis of public: Now the latest form of library is the Electronic Library. Books are dispensed with monitors, C.Ds, V.C.Ds, film rolls. internet connections. on-line libraries etc. constitute the modern library, saving incredibly enormous storing place and the odious burden of preservation from various dangers that the upkeep of books is brought with.

The College library was established in the year 1991 in memory of a kind donor Smt. Vemu Adi Seshammagaru. It is a spacious hall with two big tables accommodating seating capacity for nearly 50 students. Up to the academic year 2017-18 our library consists of Text books – 7000
Journals – 725
Magazines – 75
Among them Encyclopedia of Britannica, Encyclopedia of America, Encyclopedia of Social Sciences, Every man’s Encyclopedia, Macmillan Encyclopedia, popular Science Encyclopedia, American Education Encyclopedia, Oxford Encyclopedia, Chambers Encyclopedia, C.P. Brown English and Telugu Dictionary, Cambridge History of English literature, Oxford Encyclopedia Dictionary, Cassell’s Encyclopedia of Literature, Amara Kosam, Andhra Vachaspatyam, SabdaRatnakaram, Surya RayandharaNighantuvu, SangrahandhraVignanaKosam, Hindi SabdaKosh, Vedas, upanishaths, Bhasha Vijnam etc., are some rare and important books. In periodical section there are eleven News Papers and Thirty one Journals. Question papers of the university and the college are compiled into bound books for reference to students to guide them in their preparation for their examination..


A college is not just a place to impart education but a place where students meet several new acquaintances of their same age group. They engage in a kind of emotional bonding by the end of three years they spend in the campus. College Campus is the next home for the students especially girl students who are emotionally attached with the premises, the faculty and mostly their friends. Once they leave the campus, many relations vanish with the passing time and their busy life. But B.H.H. wants to strengthen the relations with occasional meetings. Hence our college management decided to conduct an alumni meet from the year 2017 on January 26th. Several old students utilized the stage and met their friends and favourite teachers in excitement.

But the management wants to make it more successful with the contribution of alumini. We planned to arrange an association with old students as the members in it. Then they only will take up the job of inviting the old students and conducting a memorable event. We want the active participation of old students who settled in different places on that auspicious day. Hence we request our students to enroll their names in the link given in this site and make use of the opportunity.