Infrastructure at a glance, ICT & Presentations

The infrastructure in the institute is depicted in the following table

Infrastructure at a Glance

The Campus has three independent buildings each for Granted Courses, Self Financing Courses and an independent building for Management Studies. The class-rooms Air-Conditioned and are well furnished with ICT infrastructure and modern teaching aids like LCD and Overhead Projectors. The independent Seminar / Conference Halls are well equipped with audio-visual equipments and ambience at par with the standards. An Auditorium with a capacity of 1200 seats makes it feasible to arrange programs towards a larger audience; especially used during the cultural as well as placement programs.

DNC Infrastucture

Staff rooms and separate cabins for the faculty through the length and height of the building upshots into better monitoring and control of all the activities. On the other hand, independent Play-Grounds makes it possible for the students to play variety of outdoor games like Cricket, Football, Kho-Kho, Badminton, Volleyball, Athletics etc. Various Parking slots, Gymnasium, Guest House and Girls Common-Rooms further ease the ambience and functionality of the campus.


ICT Infrastructure

The institute has three independent Computer Laboratories each for the Granted Courses, Management Studies and the Self-Financing Courses. With more than 100 Computers, a dozen of Laptops, Scanners and all types of Printers students no-doubt are the winners here.

Add to these facilities the multiple-connectivity like Broad-Band, Wireless and Wi-Fi; everybody, from students to the faculty, is a winner in this vast campus.


Basic Communication Skills

Break Even Point

Business Management

Copyright Basics

Cyber Law and Ethics

Database Management System

Group Replacement

Indus Valley Civilization

Introduction to SWAYAM

Input Output Devices

Job Opportunities in IT

Kalidas and his Literature

Linear Programming

Memorandum of Association

Project Management

Poem by Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj – Ya Zopadit Mazya

Questionnaire Design

Replacement Theory

Spoken English Broken English

Sustainable Development


Theory of Rent

Transformation of Sentences

Women characters in Shakespeare’s Play