The college has 14 science labs: four in Chemistry, three in Physics, five in Biotechnology, and one each in Botany and Zoology. These labs ensure the smooth conduct of practicals during the session and in exams as well.
Two Geography labs.
The Department of Journalism and Mass Communication has a state of the art Sh Yash Chopra TV studio for the production of programmes. Care is taken that these programmes meet high ethical standards.
The College has a Food Production lab run by the Department of Tourism & Hotel Management, an English Language lab for training the students in Phonetics and spoken English, and an SPSS lab (established by UGC grant) to teach the basics of research methodology to Social Science students.
The Biotechnology labs have sophisticated instruments to facilitate the scientific training of the students. The Plant Tissue Culture lab (PTC) has separate washing area, Autoclave area, Media preparation zone, Inoculation room and culture room. The Microbiology laboratory is well supportive wherein the students can aseptically isolate and culture different microbial species from diverse sources like air, water, soil, food stuffs etc. The Molecular Biology and Biochemistry laboratory provide an opportunity to the learning community for the enrichment of bench skills by gaining hands on practical exposure in various techniques of DNA technology and biochemical analysis / Biochemistry. The Research lab fosters a collaborative research in the domain of molecular diagnosis of pleural tuberculosis. Animal Tissue Culture (ATC) Laboratory is established with the motive to give practical experience and scientific knowledge to students in the domain of animal biotechnology. The major equipments in the Department of Biotechnology labs are Auto Clave, Rotary Shaker, Laminer Air Flow Cabinet, BOD incubator, Orbital Shaker, Fermentor, UV Visible Spectrophotometers, PCR Work station, UV Transilluminator, ELISA Reader, Digital pH Meter, Water distillation etc.
DBT Botanical garden and Animal House: The college has a well-kept botanical garden where the students of Botany study the ecological and physical conditions of flora and other aspects of plant life and its sustenance. On similar lines, the animal house in the Zoology Department has many specimens of reptiles, birds and insects that are of vital interest to students.