The college is situated in Thalayolaparambu a rural area far from the din and bustle of city life. The college campus spreads on both sides of Thalayolaparambu-Ernakulam road. It is a scenic spot of natural beauty spreading over 22 acres of greenery all around.
The College Library
The College Library consists of the General Library and the Departmental Libraries. The library is open to all the members of the college It will remain open between 9.00 a.m. to 4.30.p.m. on all the working days. Books will be issued only on production of borrower’s ticket. The ticket is not transferable. Books of Reference Section will not be let out. Books for various Entrance Examinations are available in the Reference section. Books borrowed by students shall not be retained for more than a week from the date of issue. Failure to this may be charged with a fine of Rs-1/-per day. Members, on receiving books must examine them and report to the librarian any damage found therein. If they fail to do so they will be held responsible for any damage detected afterwards. Any mark made in a book will be considered a damage. Books borrowed from the Library may be recalled at any time. Students shall surrender their identity card as and when requested by the library staff. Private books and personal belongings of the students are to be kept at the entrance before entering the library. No student is allowed to carry printed matter when they enter into the stock room.
The Magazine deals mostly with subjects of literary and academic interest and is usually issued once a year. The Management of the magazine shall be vested in the Magazine Committee appointed afresh every year and composed of the following. The Principal (Ex officio President),A Staff Editor (nominated by the Principal), Staff Advisers (nominated by the Principal, for Hindi, Malayalam, Science and Arts Section), the chief Student Editor and three student editors.
Study tours conducted by the college are part of the academic programme.
NCC training wll be given to selected group of students. Every cadet should earn 75% of attendance for NCC training, vacancies are reserved for B and C certificate holders in Defence Services and various other departments.
The NSS is part of the Youth Welfare Programme of the Ministry of Education, Govt. Of India. It aims at giving training to students in Community Service. 125 students are selected and volunteers are given training to engage themselves in constructive social action. Certificates are given to volunteers who complete 240 hrs of social work during the course of two years.
A cell on Women's studies is instituted as per direction from the University. The Cell concentrates its attention on studies regarding the suppressed status of women and measures for remedying it.
The college has a counselling centre. In this modern age, students are always under stress and starins. Well trained teachers at this centre identify the problems of the students and give proper guidance.
All students of the college are associate members of the college Co-Operative Society which runs a store from where students can get books and various items of stationary at concessional rates.