The College library contains comprehensive collections of journals and books. For students pursuing their M.Com., M.A and other courses ‘OPEN ACCESS SYSTEM’ is provided. The library subscribes to more than fifty National & International Journals, Magazines along with more than fifty one thousand books on a variety of subjects. The library has a Book Bank and Students Aid Fund for lending textbooks to the needy and deserving students for the entire semester. The College has also installed LS Ease Software which helps in easy accessibility and faster service.
The College has six state-of-art, well-equipped Computer labs with 160-terminals. The labs are air-conditioned, have projectors, Interactive Boards and LCD Display Panels for the students to hone their skills. All labs with 80 computers are connected to University of Delhi server with 24 hours internet connectivity. This can be used by students to access Delhi University Library and its e-journals, as well as use the internet for their projects and also acquire in-depth knowledge in their subjects of study.
For Visually-Challenged Students the College has:
Braille Enabled Computers.
Scanners and Readers.
Talking Digital Daisy Players for recording lectures.
Magic Large Print Key Board.
Magic Screen Magnifying Software.
The College has 45 rooms (seating capacity for 2100 students) of which 40 rooms are equipped with audio-visual aids capable of providing multimedia learning environment and 2 rooms with interactive boards. The College has two fully-air conditioned Seminar/Conference Rooms fitted with the high-tech sound systems, projection and display facilities for conferences and workshops that are organized throughout the year.
The College doctor looks after health-related issues. First-aid box is available with the Doctor. Talks, health camps and blood donation drives are conducted by the NSS students from time to time. A Doctor/sick room has also been set up in the College. The College has also compiled a list of doctors and hospitals in the neighbourhood, who could be contacted in case of emergency.
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