The campus spreads over vast stretches of land and is perhaps the biggest amongst all engineering colleges in Ibrahimpatnam, if not entire Hyderabad. A wide road leads you from the majestic entrance to the palatial academic block of Sri Indu College. RVR Institute of Engineering & Technology lies somewhere behind it. However, students told Stupidsid's team that the insides, although manageable, aren't as good. Classrooms, labs, library, sports facilities are all just good enough to keep things going.
Hostel for girls has been recently inaugurated and another for boys will be made available soon. Charges for the hostels are Rs. 40,000 per year.
The Computer Centre has been fully established with 120 HCL P4 Systems with LCD Monitors & 10 printers. All the systems are provided with LAN and supported by powerful UPS. All computers are provided 24 hours High speed Internet facility. To improve the communication skills in English Language, English Language Communication Skills Lab has been established with updated software. The lab is fully supported with software skills development.
The institute has provided spacious and well stocked state-of-the-art library with over 6500 books, reference books, national and international journals and magazines. More books are added as per the requirement and request of students and staff members.
All the classrooms of the institute are well furnished with all modern facilities.
Two canteens - one on Sri Indu College's end and another on RVR College's end - cater to the hungry, the thirsty and a handful of those who dared to bunk lectures but couldn't manage to go out of the campus because of the closed gate system. Both of them are almost identical but serve slightly different varieties. Food is edible and cheap most of the times, unless you order something exotic.