Classrooms- There are 08 classrooms, spacious and airy besides the Main library and Reading Room, Geography Laboratory, Computer Laboratory, Language Laboratory and Seminar Hall, Cubicles for each Department.The classrooms can accommodate 650 students comfortably.
Main Library– The College library utilizes a space of946sq.ft. and has a separate reading room to facilitate easy and effective study. The Library is well ventilated and consists of 10,700 books, reference books, encyclopedias; journals etc.The library is computerized and has INFLIBNET facility for the students as well as staff. There is Complete Accession Numbering System and Cataloguing of all books and user friendly Multi Digit Alpha Numeric Decimal based numbering system according to latest 22nd edition of Dewy System. There are also Departmental Libraries where manual monitoring is done by the teachers and books are given to the students in need. Adjacent to the Library is the Reading Room for the students and staff so that they can read peacefully whenever they feel like.
Computer Room- There is a well designed computer room where there are 10 +2 computers with internet facilities. The students can access the computers whenever they feel the necessity.
Geography Laboratory – There is a well equipped Geography lab where there are adequate instruments, maps, charts, models etc. The students can avail the facility of using instruments in their practical classes. The college envisions to install a Mathematics Laboratory very soon.There are computers in Geography lab as well for updated study materials and photographs.
Language Laboratory – We have a well equipped Language Laboratory with 20 seating capacity including one instructor.
Xerox Machine/ Scanner – There are two Xerox machines, two printers and scanner at the same time. All the necessary documents relevant for academic and administrative purposes are photocopied with the help of the machines.
Seminar Room – There is a spacious, well – ventilated room for seminars/ conferences/ programmes which can well accommodate 120students comfortably.
Placement/ Counselling Unit – There is a placement cell and counseling unit whereby the students are guided regarding latest job trends and counseled for proper career growth.
Conference Room – There is a conference room for the faculty where important discussions and meetings take place regarding academic developments.
IQAC Room – There is a IQAC room where the IQAC co-ordinator meets with the HODs periodically to discuss academic activities.There is a computer for the IQAC Co-ordinator and her associate.
Though the College does not have a separate conference room, the seminar room is used to show presentation by LCD Projector. The College has limited classrooms, paucity of staff and low monetary provisions so it cannot expedite the proposed plans into actuality.
Sports Room – We have a sports room where indoor games and other necessary sports items are found like Volley Ball, Net for Volley, Carom Board, football, etc. First aid items are also kept at the room for emergency purposes.
Gymnasium – The College has a Gym with multi-gym facility machineries to promote the physical strength of students. The old age adage “Health is Wealth” is so true that by boosting the health consciousness among students we can make them active and energetic towards study.
Health Unit– We does not have a separate room for health and hygiene but the College has a system of monitoring the health of students by a medical practitioner. Owing to lack of funds we cannot provide a separate room for the above mentioned purpose.
Auditorium– The College does not have a separate auditorium for holding cultural programmes because of paucity of funds.
Karate Unit – There is a Karate unit which teaches karate to boys and girls separately.
Women Cell– There is a separate women cell for the girl students so that the problems they face in and around the campus can be compassionately addressed.
The college has a Folk Dance Group comprising of the ST of the Bankura- Purulia belt who contribute in imbibing the traditional culture of the state and fostering new growth in such avenues which are dying art now-a-days.