3.2.1 Institution has created an ecosystem for innovations, Indian Knowledge System (IKS), including awareness about IPR, establishment of IPR cell, Incubation center and other initiatives for the creation and transfer of knowledge/technology and the outcomes of the same are evident.

The institution has created an ecosystem in conformity with contemporary trends for transfer of knowledge, collaboration for faculty exchange programmes, Functional MOU for dissemination of knowledge and information to the stakeholders and for research and other academic activities.

Transfer of knowledge at the institutional level involves interaction and interdependence among different faculties and  other institutions . The college has already entered into collaborative agreement with other institutions for faculty exchange programme and several MOUs have been signed.

Webinar, Workshops and seminar have been organized by the institution on a regular basis over the last five years. There have been different workshop and seminars on teaching learning, ICT, value added and skill enhancement courses, Gender and psychological issues, science and technology, health and hygiene, energy  and environment, yoga and meditation, etc.

For transfer of knowledge, skill and technology.

Our college has initiated a testing lab to culture soil and water sample collected from surrounding local area with the collaboration of Geography and Chemistry department of the institution.

The CBCS and NEP based curriculum prescribes project work and skill development courses for various courses which promotes independent thinking and research aptitude amongst the students. The college also encourages peer teaching and seminar presented by the student of various departments to enhance participative learning and inculcate the habit of creation and transfer of knowledge. Teachers are being inspired to deliver lecture by bilingually as per the requirement of the students.

The college library is a subscriber of INFLIBNET, through which faculty members can access around 6000 international journals and lakhs of e-books. The institution is well equipped in its mission of transfer of knowledge and has created infrastructure in ICT enabled classrooms and laboratories and a fully automated central library.

IPR: The college also regularly organizes seminars, including on Intellectual Property Rights (IPR). The IPR cell of the college conducts awareness programs on issues of research ethics and plagiarism and also encourages creativity and innovation among faculty members and students.

IKS: The Indian knowledge system is included as part of the curriculum (both CBCS & NEP) as well as through add-on courses offered byvarious departments of the college. Our college designed some Handicraft display window, Ayurveda awareness window, light board of Ayurveda Display, Acrylic Board regarding traditional languages, Vedic literature window (display of 3 Vedas) to stimulate the perception of Indian Knowledge System among student, teacher ,non-teaching staff.

Research paper publication is another area in which the institution can claim a measure of success. Teachers have published research papers in scholarly journals, with international recognition. There have been publication in different fields like Science, Literature and Humanities.

The college also encourages the publication of research papers in reputed journals and presentations of research papers at seminars by its stakeholders. Panchakot college is registered with Indian Research information network System (IRINS) provided by the INFLIBNET.It is a great achievement by the institution to enrich their stakeholders.

College Journal:
PANCHAKOTesSAYS (Print ISSN: 0976-4968) is a multidisciplinary, multilingual, peer reviewed international journal that welcomes original research contributions from a variety of disciplines and interdisciplinary perspectives. After its launching in 2010, this journal has been publishing regular articles on emergent scientific phenomena, current economic and socio-political affairs, historical and cultural events, environmental issues and many more. Since the last decade, this journal received wide-acceptance and significant acknowledgement from scholars, educationists, academicians and researchers of various universities and institutions. Thus, despite financial and spatial constraints, the college continually attempts to provide resources and facilities for innovation, creation, and transfer of knowledge.