Ground Floor

Ground Floor

  • Auditorium
    The College has a state-of-the-art auditorium with a capacity to seat 240 persons.. The auditorium is air conditioned with comfortable cushioned seats, a good sound system, energy efficient lighting  and spacious green rooms. The auditorium is a popular venue for seminars, workshops,  lectures, intercollegiate competitions and orientation lectures.
  • Canteen
    The canteen is spacious with a well-equipped kitchen. It offers a variety of items/dishes at subsidised rates.. A canteen committee consisting of faculty, staff and students monitors the hygiene, quality of food and services in the canteen.
  • Gymkhana Room/Office
    The College has a well equipped air-conditioned Gymkhana office with a computer terminal, 24×7 internet access and telecommunication facility. It also has adequate storage space. The Office is used for Gymkhana meetings and providing information about various sports activities.
  • Gymnasium
    The College has an air-conditioned multi-station gymnasium with free weights, aerobic equipment, tread mill, magnetic bikes, dumb bells, pallets, bull worker, etc. It has a music system too
  • HEPSN Room
    The Higher Education for Persons with Special Needs scheme is  meant for creating an environment at  higher education institutions to enrich the  learning experiences of differently-abled persons. Creating awareness about the capabilities and challenges of differently-abled persons, construction aimed at improving accessibility, purchase of equipment to facilitate learning etc. are the broad categories of assistance provided under this scheme.
  • Rifle Shooting Range 
    The College has a fully air-conditioned shooting range with 8 lanes designed as per international specifications. The range has 10 (N25) Rifles and 2 (CO2) Air Pistols for beginners. There are 2 Pneumatic Air Rifles for competitions. It also has an imported P-700, Feinwerkbau Air Rifle and Morini Air Pistol, which are used for national and international competitions.  Coaching / training is imparted by a qualified international jury and retired naval personnel. The basic course is held every month.  The advanced course is also held regularly.
First Floor

Administrative Office
The College has an air-conditioned administrative office with a separate cabin for the Chief Administrative Officer.. Each administrative staff has been provided with independent workspace, a computer terminal, access to internet and telecommunication facilities.

 Audio Visual Room
The College has an air-conditioned audio visual room that can accommodate 80 people. It is equipped with an LCD projector, computer system, multimedia system, etc. The room is used for presentations, guest lectures, seminars and workshops.

 Conference Room
The College has an air-conditioned 25 seater conference room. The conference room is used for faculty meetings,  meetings with the Management, interviews, staff presentations and special talks.

Faculty Room
The College has a well-equipped air-conditioned faculty room with independent work space for each faculty member,, computers and telecommunication facility for every faculty member. Adequate storage space is provided for journals and projects. The faculty room has 24×7 internet access. Students are encouraged to consult their teachers for academic and other matters.

Huddle Room

For departmental meetings and discussions with students, there is a Huddle Room within the faculty room that can accommodate 10 to 12 persons.

Principal’s Office

A spacious and well equipped office has been provided for the proncipal. A standalone computer, printer with fax and scanner and 24/7 internet connection have also been provided.

Second Floor

Classrooms
Room #s 201, 202, 205, 206, 207, 208,209

College Women’s  Development Cell (CWDC)/Equal Opportunity Centre (EOC) Room
A room has been exclusively provided for CWDC activities like meetings, workshops, conducting tailoring classes etc. The CWDC room is also a meeting ground for students to exchange ideas and opinions on various social  issues.

EOC

The objectives are to oversee the effective implementation of policies and programmes for disadvantaged groups, to provide guidance and counselling with respect to academic, financial, social and other matters and to enhance the diversity within the campus.

 Men’s Common Room
It is equipped with indoor games like carrom and table tennis which students can use during their free lectures. (I am not sure about the table tennis part)

Third Floor

Classrooms
Room #s 304,305,306,307,308

 Ladies Common Room
The ladies common room provides the necessary personal space for the girl students of the College. In the privacy of this facility is a well maintained rest room. The ladies common room is equipped with indoor games like carrom and table tennis ??? Not sure about Carrom Board also which are used by the students in their free time.

To look after the maintenance of this and other  facilities, a Ladies Cell has been set up. Among other things this Cell also addresses issues of personal hygiene of lady students.

Computer Centre & Portable Aids 
The College hastwo well-equipped computer centre with 60 thin clients connected  to high speed reliable servers and round the clock broadband internet connectivity. The centre provides basic and advanced (hardware and software) training to the  students ..

Portable aids like Laptop &LCD projectors and a digital camera are available at the Centre for teaching and learning in the classrooms.

Fourth Floor

Classrooms
Room #s 404

 Two computer laboratories with 60 stand alone computers. These labs are used for conducting lectures and practical sessions of the B.Sc.I.T. Program.

 Library 

The Library services was started with the inception of the College which was established in 1989. In a relatively short span of time, the Library  has experienced growth not only in terms of space but in its range of services. It is well ventilated  backed by efficient services and supplemented by courteous and competent staff.  The Library acts as an important resource for meeting the information requirements of undergraduate, postgraduate and research scholars. The Library collects stores and disseminates information besides offering computerized services to its users.

The College has a Library Advisory Committee consisting of the Principal, the Librarian, Senior faculty members, and student representatives. The main objective of the committee is to ensure optimal utilisation of the Library resources. In this respect it formulates policies for enhancing user access and deliberates to allocate the annual budget.

The Collection
The Library collection comprises books, journals, magazines, reports and CD ROMs. Every year the collection is strengthened by addition of latest learning resources.  The Library has over 28,000 books, 38 national and international journals,40 magazines and 1015 CD ROMs. The College Library also subscribes to NLIST and ProQuest Databases for facilitating access to scholarly e-contents.

Access to the Collection
The Library follows the Open Access System (OAS) in order to achieve “every reader has his/her book” and “save the time of the reader as well as the staff”. Books in the Library have been classified according to the Dewey Decimal Classification Scheme. Further, the Library has been automated. The Library uses SLIM21 software and bar code scanners to speed up the acquisition, circulation, classification and cataloging process.

Issue of Books

  • Every student member can borrow up to two books at a time.
  • Text books can be borrowed up to four days and a reference books up to eight days
  • A book can be renewed if the same has not been reserved.

Value Added Services:

  • Library Orientation:At the beginning of every new  academic year, the Librarian conducts an orientation sessions for the learners of the first year of undergraduate and post-graduate program. This helps in creating awareness about library resources and  facilities.

Online Public Access Catalogue (OPAC): Through this users can identify and locate the required books  and their  availability.

  • Kindle :enable users to browse, and read e-books, newspapers, magazines and other digital media via wireless networking.
  • Multimedia Section  Multimedia room with internet connectivity facilitates access to e- resources to support teaching and learning process.
  • Reprographic Facilities: The Library offers photocopying facilities. This facility has been outsourced and is available between 9.00 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. on all working days.
  • Current Awareness Service(CAS): The Library compiles a ‘New Arrivals List’ which is displayed on the  notice board and mailed to faculty members on a regular basis.
  • Reference and Referral Services: The Library provides reference and referral services to students and faculty members to support  their project work and research work.
  • Newspaper Clipping Service: The Library compiles news item appearing in the national Dailies.
  • Career and Courses Information Bulletin Board: Latest information about career and courses available to the students are displayed on the Library bulletin board.
  • Database of Past question papers: Soft  as well as hard copies of the past question papers are kept in the library.
  • Book Bank Scheme : Under this scheme, the library provides a set of text books to  learners belonging to economically underprivileged section on payment of a nominal refundable deposit.
  • Book Club : This helps to inculcate reading habits, creating a learning culture and  sharing of knowledge among learners and faculty.
  • Access to libraries of other Institutions: On request the Librarian facilitates access to libraries of institution such as University of Mumbai, IGIDR etc.. to faculty members for their  research work.
  • Reading Hall : The library has a spacious and well-ventilated reading hall with comfortable seating with total capacity of 172 students.
  • Book Exhibition: The Library organises an annual book exhibition cum sale in order to promote reading habits and to get the latest editions of books. The exhibition displays  academic and general books and is open to all.
  • Research Cell : The Library has a separate room to facilitate research work undertaken in the Institution.

Facilities for differently abled : Specially designed tables and chairs have been provided for physically challenged and multimedia room has ear phones for visually impaired.

Facilities for Alumni
Current reading facilities are available to the alumni during Library working hours.

Working Hours

  • 7.00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (Monday to Friday ) and on Saturdays upto 4:30 p.m. except  holidays)

 Library Rules and Regulations

  • Every student will be required to show the identity card to the Library staff on request
  • Electronic gadgets are not allowed to be used in the Library
  • Loud interaction is strictly forbidden
  • The student will be responsible for books/ periodical/journal/CDs issued to him/her.
  • Appropriate action will be taken if the books/ periodical/journal/CDs are mutilated or Damaged.

Library Staff

  • Librarian – Ms. Rasmita Mohanty (Ext. 442)
  • Assistant Librarian – Ms. Shweta Murthy (Ext. 443)

For any further information please contact the Librarian or the Assistant Librarian on the above extension numbers.

Fifth Floor

Classrooms
Room No. 501, 502, 503, 504, 505, 506, 511, 512, 513, 514, 515, 516, 517 . These air-conditioned classrooms

 

Project Room
The College has a well furnished project room on the 5th floor. It provides the students space to work in groups on their assignments and projects.