One hostel is been present for boys. Classrooms have better boards and for maintaining cleanliness they kept dustbins. There is a canteen and each food may cost rs.30..which is cheap comparing others
No hostels facility. The food in the cafeteria is disgusting. Classrooms and labs are good in condition.
The college is built on an area of 2.5 acres out of 7acres which is in the possession of the college. It is housed in the oldest area of Bangalore, Basavanagudi. The built area is 9546. 54 sq.ft. There are 35 classrooms and 14 laboratories. An estate officer takes care of the infrastructure. The maintenance of the computers, generators and other equipments are out-sourced on an annual maintenance contract. The budget allocated annually for maintenance varies between Rs. one to two lakhs. There is one multi media video conference hall [seating capacity-180], one closed auditorium , one seminar hall [AV Hall- 200] and one open auditorium . They are intensively used for academic and cultural activities of both the faculty and the students between 7.30 AM and 7.30 PM. We have a three-acre playground which is also used by other educational institutions in the neighborhood. The infrastructure is updated regularly to meet the requirements of new courses. All the departments are equipped with computers, printers, Xerox machines and audio-visual teaching aids. All the students of the college use computers as a course on computer fundamentals is a compulsory component of all courses. Internet facility is available in the Computer Science department and the Library. Every department has its own staff room. There are two parking sheds for the use of students and faculty. The college has continuous water and electricity facilities.
The College faculty uses the library regularly. They can also borrow 20 books at a time. Students are allowed to borrow 2 books at a time. There is a Book Bank Library for the economically weaker and a separate section for SC/ST students. This is in addition to the facility that they enjoy in the general library. There is a separate section for the use of the hostel students from where they can borrow and keep books with them for the entire semester. The new arrivals are displayed at the entrance of the library for a fortnight for the perusal of faculty and students. The library is conducting a quiz programme on library and general knowledge. Three prizes are given. This encourages students to use the library intensively.
Security and lighting
The College is surrounded by park on one side, field on the other side and roads on the remaining two sides. Adequate lighting is there in all the class rooms. Some of the rooms that are adjacent to the main road have been fitted with sound proof windows. Security service is provided at both
entrances. This service is round the clock. Safe drinking water is available in the college campus, canteen and in the resting rooms.
A Health Centre is housed in the campus. Dr. Shanthi Prasad of Bhandari Hospital visits the centre for regular health checkup of students. Consultancy service is provided for students and teachers with medical specialists who have been our alumni such as : Dr. Anil, Surgeon –Martha’s Hospital; Dr. Sridhar, Urologist- Brindavan Hospital; Dr. Muralidhar, Cardiologist- Trinity Hospital, Dr, Rajkumar- Orthopedic Surgeon and Dr. Krishnamurthy-Dentist. The students have to undergo compulsory medical check up before appearing for their examinations. The faculty and students are subject t5o a medical examination during the annual blood donation Camps arranged by the Red Cross Society.
Many of our students come from moffusil areas of Bangalore. They leaved home as early as 6 AM in order to be on time for classes which commence at 8AM. Therefore, the canteen housed in the college operates from 6.30 AM to 6 PM. It serves simple, but hygienic and nutritious food. Many of our faculty uses the canteen facility which helps in monitoring the quality of food served.
History : The poor boys home which was the earliar name of our college hostel came into existence in the year 1930. This home was placed by few rooms constructed behind the national high school. Prof. Gopalaswamy Iyengar took the sole responsibility to manage the hostel the future visionary and educationist Dr H Narasimhaiah took abode as a boarder and successfully completed his early education. Later on he raised himself to many heights both in academics and administration, as a principal up to the post of vice-chancellor of the prestigious Bangalore University.