Only one hostel is available and the cost is around 8000 per month. PGs outside the college is 10,000 per month. The food quality and hygiene maintenance are not properly checked. It cost 35₹ per meal. Classroom have proper lights, the library does not have enough literature books like autobiographies or biographies. There is no proper dining hall. WiFi is available.
Many hostels are available in the college. Food is good and it costs INR 20-30 rupees per annum. Classrooms are spacious and infrastructure is quite modern.
The hostels are good and the quality of food is also good.
The Institute of Home Economics Library System consists of a Central Library and 11 departmental libraries which collectively support the teaching, research and extension programmes of the Institute. The college maintains a well-stocked library which is open to all students and staff. There is a well-equipped Reading Room, which subscribes to dailies, weeklies, periodicals and journals.
The library is an integral part of the academic setup of the college, the major aim of which is to acquire , collect and organize books and other allied reading materials for use by students and faculty members and thus to support the teaching programme of the college. Presently the library has a collection of 22,500 resource materials which includes text books, reference books and thesis and back volumes of journals in the field of Home Science. The Library subscribes to 40 National and International Journals. The Library also has a Book Bank with 615 volumes.
The Institute has several laboratories such as Physics, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Therapeutic Nutrition, Human Development, Apparel Designing, Clothing Construction, Resource Management, Communication and Extension. The labs are spread on all the four floors of the college. Separate labs are allocated for post-graduate students. The laboratories are naturally lit, very well ventilated, spacious and well-equipped. All laboratories are provided with computer facilities and internet for the benefit of the staff and students. It is indeed an enriching and enjoyable experience to work in any of these laboratories.
The Institute has three computer labs equipped with 120 computers loaded with the latest software and internet connectivity for use by students, research scholars and faculty. Many classes of under-graduates and post-graduate students that require the use of computers are held in the computer lab. All computers are regularly upgraded to meet the requirements of changing technology. The computer labs are manned by technically qualified professionals. Internet facility is available to the faculty as well as students free of cost.
A favourite hangout of the students during college hours is the college canteen where a wide variety of snacks and beverages are available at affordable prices. The canteen has been renovated this summer with an increased seating capacity for students to sit and eat or chat with their friends. A kiosk for coffee, iced tea, milkshakes and soups is the latest attraction.