Women’s hostel is provided with in the campus area. Hostel is provided with separate study rooms, TV room with LCD screens, phone. The mess can accommodate 100 students at the same time.
The hostel is secured 24 hours by security guards and warden with caretakers are available in the hostel 24 X 7. The students are not permitted to carry cell phones in the campus. The students are provided with other extracurricular activities such as yoga, providing extra training to improve communication skills.
Our college provides playground for student to play around and various facilities which include different sports equipments and sports rooms.
The physical director, who has finished his M.A from S.K. University, Ananthapur. She also completed her B.P.Ed from S.V. University and M.P.E.D from S.K. University, Ananthapur.
She is participated in various national meets in game of Kho-kho. She is also specialized in various games like Ball badminton, Volley ball, Basket ball etc.
Canteen is provided in the college campus itself, with good infrastructure providing good service for the students and staff in all the working days. The canteen is able to accommodate more than 100 students and also provides a green natural environment where students can take advantage of the natural atmosphere.
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College has well built separate blocks to house each department. There are spacious and well-ventilated classrooms, staff rooms and other amenities.
Twenty systems connected to LAN with Internet facility are provided for the Students. They can use the facility for their project work, preparation for seminars and paper presentations, online access to IEEE journals, e-books and study material. Intranet facility is provided to access the previous question papers, teaching schedules, internal marks, attendance, daily circulars etc.
In addition to the Central Library, every department has department library. All important text / reference books are maintained in the departmental libraries for the use of faculty and students
Book Bank Scheme
380 students opted for book bank scheme for the year 2008-’12 which costs Rs. 4000 for the entire course. This scheme runs on the premise that each student should posses at least one text book for each subject throughout his/her 4 years of study. Procuring these books from the market is arduous and expensive proposition and also some editions are not available in the market. Book bank scheme is devised to overcome this problem. Large number of students are availing this facility.
In this scheme, students have to pay Rs. 4500/- at the time of admission in 1st year, which is non-refundable. (Average cost of total books is Rs. 645 per semester).
Working of the Book Bank Scheme
Principal, HODs and faculty members decide the best books that cover the entire syllabus of the subject. These books are purchased and accessioned in the library and issued to each student (one set) for a period of one year / semester. At the end of the year/semester the student has to return all the books and then books of the next semester are issued on the 1st day of the semester.
Benefits to Students
A single, one-time payment ensures the availability of the best textbooks for each subject throughout his four years of study.
Books are handed over to the student at the college library.
The presence of textbooks improves the student’s academics and enhances the performance in internal and external examinations.
Students can save a lot of time and money. No need to buy books from market at higher rates and with difficulties.
Students can borrow three extra books of their choice from the library through 3 library borrowers tickets normally issued to all students.
College is having a 5 Mbps Internet connection, locally networked and connected through Wi-Fi also to the central server are available for students for their project work and preparing seminar presentations. It also access to e-books, study materials, previous question papers , teaching schedules, internal marks, attendance, daily circulars, etc. through the college Local Area Network. The facility is available to students 24x7.
Student manuals prepared as per ISO standards are given to each student regular mentoring /counseling of students is provided Lab manuals for all labs are given to students regular students feedback is taken for improvements seminars by industry professionals and academicians student seminar competition guidance in paper writing and presentation Mock interviews and career guidance separate projects room in every department.
Transport - College Busses
College has its own fleet of 3buses plying from all corners oftown. They are comfortable and safe. Apart from the college buses, a number of APSRTC buses reaching the college well in time and a bus stop available at the college gate.
Local doctor is available during the college hours. However, a full fledged first aid centre with a dedicated assistant is functioning in the campus to attend to the needy. The college has also made arrangements with doctors to attend emergency cases at all times.
The Server room houses the various servers - NT Server, UNIX/LINUX Server, and a Sun Ultra 10s Server, all connected to the LAN, thereby providing diverse computing platforms to the students, across the campus. The Internet Gateway comprises of a Web Server, Mail Server, Proxy Server, DNS Server, RAD Modem, CISCO Router, CISCO Switch, and the other networking components required for an efficient LAN and for providing Internet access to all the 300 computer systems, located in the various Departments and functional areas.
The Language Laboratories were established in 1999 to complement the classroom learning of the students by imparting communication and interpersonal skills. The Phonetics Laboratory, set up on similar lines as the one in the Central Institute of English and Foreign Languages (CIEFL), trains students in using and comprehending the nuances of English speech as it is spoken by its native speakers.
In today's global village it is difficult not to see the relevance of this skill. The course content in phonetics contains graded aural exercises in pronunciation, stress and accent in the order of word, sentence, and discourse levels. The course is so designed that students, especially those who come from vernacular medium and have little exposure to conversing in English, can proceed to learn it at their own pace and on their own, with minimum assistance from the instructor.
Interactive Communication Skills' Laboratory
The Interactive Communication Skills' Laboratory, equipped with ultramodern audio-visual tools and a congenial space, orients the students towards an active application of their aural-oral skills through creative activities.
The activities range from as basic interactive situation as in informal introduction, to formal presentations. They include other activities like group discussions, debates, elocutions and simulations. Personality development has been an important component in the objectives of these activities. Vibrant to the needs of a heterogeneous student community with varied socio-economic backgrounds, the department allows for a new beginning of learning of the language by the previously less privileged among them, so that the differences between their standards can bridged as much as possible.