Facilities and Initiatives

  1. Alternate sources of energy and energy conservation measures


Solar energy

200 KW Roof top solar plant producing 24,000 units of electrical power generation per month on average. Contributing 80% supply to the demand of college. On holidays exporting to solar generation to grid (APSPDCL)).


Wheeling to the Grid

The college has 200 KW Roof top solar systems and the transportation of the electrical energy will be exported to grid and hence saving in energy.


Sensor-based energy conservation

It is real time based timer which is used to control the college’s street lights. The implementation of this automation circuit has discarded the need for a separate man power for street light operation at college campus with ON/OFF timings precisely set depends upon climatic seasons and the automated circuit is found to be operating satisfactory. unnecessarily


Use of LED bulbs/ power efficient equipment

As a green initiative LED bulbs are installed in the campus to save electrical power consumption.



The college has own RO Water Plant for the supply of Protected Water round the clock.


The college is equipped with one 125 KVA capacity generator for uninterrupted power supply.


The college is equipped with Solar Power that can accommodate for the college needs.

  • Guest House.
  • Health Care Centre
  • LCD Class rooms
  • Air Conditioned Seminar Hall
  • Central Auditorium
  • Canteen & Stationary Stores
  • In Campus Post Office & Bank
  • Divyangjan Facilities

The college us equipped with Facilities for persons with Disabilities (Divyangjan)

  • Eco-friendly Campus