Statutory bodies within a college framework are entities established by law to oversee specific functions or regulate certain aspects of academic and administrative operations. These bodies typically include the Board of Trustees or Governors, responsible for strategic planning, policy formulation, and overall governance. Additionally, there may be academic councils or committees overseeing curriculum development, quality assurance, and academic standards. Administrative bodies such as finance and planning committees manage budgetary matters, resource allocation, and institutional development. Student councils or associations may also exist to represent student interests and facilitate engagement within the college community. These statutory bodies play a crucial role in ensuring transparency, accountability, and adherence to legal and regulatory requirements, thereby contributing to the effective functioning and advancement of the college institution.