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Academic Facility


The College has 23.24 acres of land in its possession. The College offers adequate infrastructure facilities for curricular and extracurricular activities. Teaching-Learning facilities include 51 class rooms, 6 BSc laboratories, 3 MSc laboratories, 4 Research laboratories, 4 computer labs, 3 IT enabled seminar halls, an auditorium, 14 department staff rooms, Central library and Department libraries. Out of the 51 class rooms, 7 class rooms are smart class rooms and 8 class rooms are ICT enabled class rooms. During the last five years, the College has expanded its physical infrastructure as per the needs of its academic growth. With the increase in new academic courses, the College has undertaken several steps for the enhancement of infrastructure, including laboratory and library facilities. The facilities available in the college for teaching - learning are

Facility No Description
Classrooms 51 Classrooms are spacious, well ventilated with natural light and has sufficient number of lights and fans. Adequate seating facilities are provided
Smart Classrooms 7 Out of 51 classrooms, 7 are smart classrooms Smart board with Ceiling mounted LCD projector and Computer with internet facility are provided
ICT enabled Classrooms 8 Out of 51 classrooms, 8 are ICT enabled classrooms LCD Projectors are provided
BSc Laboratories 6 Physics-1, Chemistry-2, Botany-1, Zoology-1, Microbiology-1 Well equipped BSc Laboratories containing all equipments required
MSc Laboratories 3 Physics-1, Chemistry-1, Zoology-1 Well equipped MSc Laboratories containing all equipments require
Reasearch Laboratories 4 1) Zoology Research Centre

Number of Labs: 2

Sophisticated Instruments : Leica Research Microscope, Spectrophotometer, Deep Freezer, Magnetic Stirrer, Leitz Microscope, PCR Machine, Laminar Air Flow, Gel Doc, Ice Flaker etc
2) Botany Research Centre

Number of Labs: 1

Sophisticated Instruments : Tissue culture hood, Rotary shaker, Inclined monocular microscope, Trinocular Stereo microscope, Denver electronic balance, Monocular microscope, Autoclave, Binocular microscope, Magnetic stirrer, Photo electric colorimeter, Student monocular microscope, Desiccators, Camera Lucida mirror type, Haemocytometer, Micrometer, Camera Lucida prism type, Incubator, P H meter, Distillation unit, Gel electrophoresis, Digital conductivity meter, Binocular stereo microscope, Laminar Air Flow Chamber, Inoculation hood, MIPS (Microscope Image Processing System), Inverted tissue culture microscope, Centrifuge etc
3) Chemistry Research Centre

Number of Labs: 2

Sophisticated Instruments : UV-DR Spectrophotometer, Table top Spin coater, Magnetic Stirrer with temperature control, Digital PH Meter, Hot Air Oven, Muffle Furnace, Three Digit Electronic Balance, Cyclo(Vortex) Mixer etc
Computer Labs 4 Two common and two departmental computer labs
1) Common Computer Lab – I
60 Desktop Computers with UPS facility, LAN, Internet Connectivity, Printer and Scanner
2) Common Computer Lab – II
40 Desktop Computers with UPS facility, LAN, Internet Connectivity, Printer and Scanner
3) Commerce Computer Lab
5 Desktop Computers with UPS facility, Internet
Connectivity, Printer and Scanner
4) Physics Computer Lab
5 Desktop Computers with UPS facility, Internet Connectivity, Printer and Scanner
Seminar Halls 3 1) Seminar Hall-I
Air conditioned 120 seats with Audio visual and LCD projection facilities with toilets at a nearby point
2) Seminar Hall-II
60 seats with Audio visual and LCD projection facilities
3) Seminar Hall – III
80 seats with Audio visual and LCD projection facilities in Economics Department
Herbarium 1 Botany Department Herbarium The Herbarium, a unit of Botany department, has a collection of specimens comprising of Angiosperms, Gymnosperms, Pteridophytes and other lower plants. Taxonomic coverage is broad although majority of the specimens are Angiosperms. Angiosperm specimens include collections from all over Kerala and nearby states. It includes almost all families starting with Rananculaceae and ending in Poaceae. The herbarium is housed in specially designed wooden storage cases in the Museum. It provides support for teaching and research in systematic botany and helps the students in plant identification.
Museum 2 1) Zoology Museum
Zoology Dept. has a well equipped Natural History Museum
2) Botany Museum
The department museum displays a variety of specimens including Algae, Fungi, Gymnosperms, Pteridophytes, Bryophytes, Lichens etc. preserved in F.A.A. The museum is rich in specimens showing stem, root and leaf modifications, fruits, seeds, palaeobotanical collections and economically useful plant products etc. and continues to be enlarged through faculty and students. Most of the models exhibited highlight morphological details. Museum serves as an aid to teach Botany and attract students from other disciplines.
Botanical Garden 1 A Botanical garden is a well-tended area displaying a wide range of plants labeled with their botanical names. In principle their role is to maintain documented collections of living plants for the purposes of scientific research, conservation, display and education. The Dept. is maintaining a well set Botanical garden. It has a good collection of medicinal plants. The students of the Dept. are maintaining the garden. It helps the students to aware different plant species.