There has been considerable development in the infrastructure and learning resources over the years. The physical infrastructure consists of the ‘E’ shaped main building of the college where the teaching departments, one central library, the administrative block and four lecture theatres including a magnificent Hall provide enough space for class, conference and seminars. In addition to this an auditorium has been built where different cultural functions can be organized. Keeping in view the availability of number of rooms and increasing student strength, the time table has been prepared. Time slots have also been made available for seminar activities and project work. The existing infrastructure is utilised to the optimum level, such as, the Auditorium, the College Hall and the Seminar Libraries are not only used for in-house activities but also for cultural activities and extra-mural lectures.The college has large spacious class rooms properly lit and ventilated.
The college has separate spacious well-equipped laboratories for the subjects having practical facilities. Now 21 nos of well equiped laboratories are functuctional in the College premissies which provides ample scope for improvement of practical knowledge of the students.
|Serial No.||Name of The Deptt.||Nos of labs|
The college has a Staff Common Room for staff members, Boys' Common Room, Girls’ Common Room for students.
In the campus there is a wonderful playground with a gallery and dressing room where students utilize their leisure time in playing different games and there are two beautiful gardens which enhances the beauty of the college.The college has a large playground and one gymnasium to cater the needs of the students and other cultural organisation of Puri town. Already various national level competitions have been undertaken. Last year the national level Wrestling Championship was undertaken here. The Gymnasium is equipped with sophisticated equipment for exercise, which are made available both for students and lecturers. It acts as a health centre for students and teachers.
The College has FOUR hostels, TWO for girls and TWO for boys. The capacity of these hostels are as follows :
|Serial No.||Name of The Hostel||Nos of Seats|
|1||Hostel No. 1(Boys)||100|
|2||Tribal and Welfare(Swaraj)(Boys)||54|
There is the provision of health care facilities for students and all other staff members of the college, which is located at Youth Red Cross Room.
The College has a Canteen, which provides snacks, lunch, hot and soft drinks to the staff and students of the college at concessional rates.
The college has