1. Halls and Auditoriums

The college has an impressive number of halls, auditoriums, conference rooms, committee rooms for academic and non-academic purposes. The College has recently added three new academic and co-curricular facilities to its campus, namely an Amphitheatre and an Auditorium Hall, and a Research Center. The Sanganeria Auditorium is fully air-conditioned, with great acoustic interiors, comfortable seating, excellent green rooms and a grand stage. Comparable to any modern movie theatre, the Auditorium with 3362 Sq. Ft. area has a sitting capacity of 900 individuals. It has 02 green rooms, 01 washroom and a balcony.

There is another grand hall, named Sushila Devi Auditorium located in the Relaxo Research Center Building. Built for holding seminars, workshops, and other academic events, it is fully air-conditioned, enabled with multi-media facilities, and with a seating capacity of more than 200.

The College has a Conference Room, which is fully ICT enabled, with a seating capacity of 80-100. The Conference Room is an excellent space for holding talks, seminars, screenings, and other events.

The Seminar Room of the College is another space for holding academic and non-academic events. It is an air-conditioned room with a dedicated desktop, LCD projector, 70 table-top mikes, powerful sound system and with a seating capacity of 150

The Amphitheatre which has been named ‘Utsav’ is adjacent to the new Sanganeria Science Block. The Amphitheatre, built in the style of ancient Greek theatre, provides our students with yet another space for self-expression for their creative potentials.

2. Classrooms

In addition to various halls and auditoriums, the college provides dozens of classrooms, equipped with modern and traditional facilities. The classes have well-furnished chairs, table, benches, projectors, mics and speakers, screens, blackboards, fans, windows, air-conditioners, and so on. Each time students sit in the classrooms, they feel elated with the brainstorming sessions which contribute to their holistic learning. Classrooms are also friendly to the physically challenged (divyanga) people.

3. Lawns and Gardens

The college nurtures the environment by maintaining the velvety plush green lawns and gardens. They are a perfect treat to our eyes. Spending time in lawns and gardens help students relax, improve their mood, and enhance their creativity.

Entering the college, one immediately comes across various beautiful lawns and gardens. Two attractive gardens of the college are the Herbal Garden and the Botanical Garden. Various trees/plants present in the campus are – eucalyptus camaldulensis (safeda), cinnamomum camphora, bombax ceiba, grevillea robusta, hibiscus rosa sinensis, pongamia pinnata, aegel marmelos, techtona grandis, kallistemon, citrinus, elstonia scoleris, and many more.

Other three lawns add beauty and elegance to the greenery of the campus. These are NSS Lawn, Principal Lawn, and Ibtida Lawn. Therein bloom an incredible amount of seasonal and evergreen flowers such as that of dandelion, english daisy, yarrow, clover, rose, daffodil, petunia, marguerite, and many more.


The College also has a dedicated plant nursery. Its purpose is to provide young plants or saplings to farms, gardens, agriculture, forestry, and in conservation modes. It saves considerable time for the raising of the next crop. The nursery is located behind the Girls Hostel building.

4. Eateries/ Food Courts

The Food Court of Hindu College includes a canteen and an open-air kiosk. The Canteen has a modern kitchen, serving healthy and hygienic food, fruit juices, at reasonable rates for the staff and students of the College. The canteen provides fresh seasonal beverages and dishes. It has an indoor seating capacity of 100 and outdoor seating capacity of 200. The canteen also has well equipped and neat and clean washrooms for both male and females.

An open-air kiosk, for tea coffee, and readily available food, is an excellent student-friendly hang-out joint, situated adjacent to the Amphitheatre of the College. Often students and teachers are seen eating and sitting together and engaging in healthy and stimulating discussions.

5. Health and Hygiene

The College lays excessive importance to the health and hygiene of the entire place and its members. We believe that health is a prime ingredient of a flourishing workplace. Thus, we have a health center/ medical inspection room, a gymnasium, sports complex, a counseling cell, a boys’ common room, and a girls’ common room, to meet and upkeep our health standards and needs of the college members.

Health Centre

The College has a well-equipped medical room with first aid-facilities and a full time nurse to attend to the regular health issues of the students. The college also provides a facility of doctor-on-call in case of need. The health services are made available to the hostel residents by the WUS Health Centre, located within the University Campus.

Counselling Cell

We believe that a healthy mind and psyche also plays a crucial role in determining our overall health and well-being. Therefore, we have a special counselling cell dedicated to attend to and solve the mental issues of the students – issues such as anxiety, home-sickness, nervousness, eating disorder, panic disorder, homesickness, substance dependence/disorder, personality disorder, mood disorder, suicidal ideation, and so on.

Currently, the eminent psychologist, Mrs Mukul Arora, carries the active and smooth functioning of the counseling cell. The cell provides 24x7 services to the needy students. [Contact: 990841345]


The College has a gymnasium in the sports complex. It is fully air-conditioned, properly ventilated with modern and traditional fitness equipment.

It has 02 Treadmills, 02 Walkers, 03 Gym Cycles, 01 Leg Press, 01 Pecfly and 01 Chest Press, and many more useful health equipment.

Girls’ Common Room

The college has a well-equipped girls’ common room with 12 Chairs, a sofa, Dressing table, Almirah, with attached washrooms. It also has beds and TV for relaxing. The room provides basic medical kits to girls and it also has a vending machine for feminine hygiene essentials. The room is situated next to the Botanical Garden.

Boys’ Common Room

The college also has a well-equipped boys’ common room with chairs, sofa, tables, almirah, with attached washrooms. It also has beds and TV for relaxing and entertainment. The room provides basic medical kits and other essential services.

There are neat and clean washrooms present all across various premises/buildings of the College. We have especially dedicated washrooms for males, females, and physically challenged (Divyanga) people.

6. Sports Facilities

Hindu College has had an illustrious past in sports excellence. The college is equipped with all the facilities for sports having a large ground, excellent sports complex that houses state-of-art gymnasium, volleyball and basketball court, football ground and cricket pitch. The college provides all the facilities to the players and we participate in almost all the sports competitions. At University level, our teams of basketball, football and cricket have given exemplary performances.

The Sports Complex Consists of:

Playground: 200m x 123m including a Cricket field (125m x 70 m) with 05 Cricket pitches and Football field (100m x 75m).

  • Net Practice Area: 50m x 24m
  • Basketball Court: 28m x 15m
  • Volleyball Court: 18m x 19m
  • Sports Complex: 468.21 Sq.m.
The complex has a Table Tennis room, Sports room, Chess room, 02 Physiotherapy rooms, 02 Changing rooms, Kitchen and 05 washrooms including one for physically challenged sports persons.

7. Library

A fully automated, air conditioned and computerized library with over one lakh books providing a good infrastructure and pleasant ambience of reading and learning.

Hindu College Library is one of the oldest among Delhi University college libraries. It came into existence along with the foundation of the college in 1899. Hindu College Library is fully air conditioned and computerized. The library is open to bonafide students of all the classes. All important and relevant textbooks are kept in the Reserve Section to enable the students to read and expand their wisdom. There is a well-equipped Reading Room, which subscribes to a large number of dailies, weeklies, periodicals and journals on a variety of subjects. The Reserve Section also has a reading room on the first floor.

Students, teachers and other members of the staff of the college are entitled to become members of the library.
Services Provided: Book Issue:

  • For Undergraduate Students - 5 Books for 14 Days
  • For Post Graduate Students - 6 Books for 14 Days
  • Teaching Staff - 35 Books for 30 Days
  • Non-Teaching Staff - 5 Books for 30 Days
Reservation of Book(s)
Books in great demand and which generally remain under issue can be reserved by the user at the circulation counter.

Reference Service

It is to assist users in getting their required information and make full use of the resources in the library. It includes:
  • Guidance in the use of information resources and services.
  • Online e-resources and OPAC system.
Photocopying Service

The library helps in providing photocopies of articles/text to students and staff members from the documents available in the library. For this purpose, the user may get the desired document issued against his/her library card and return the same immediately after getting it photocopied from the vendor.

New Arrival Display Service

Books newly added to the library are displayed on the New Arrival Display Rack before they are released for loan.

OPAC Service

The OPAC allows one to search for an item of one’s choice in the Library holdings by Author, Title, and Keyword etc.

Internet Access

The Library is Wi-Fi enabled and users can access the internet and e-resources through UGC-Infonet and the portals of the University of Delhi. The library provides access to 6000+ e-journals and 200000+ e-books through NLIST.

8. Stationary Shop

There is a dedicated stationary shop in the college. Photocopy, printing, and binding facilities are easily available within the premises of the college. All important and useful stationery items, such as pencils, pens, erasers, sharpeners, notebooks, spiral books, flashcards, file-folders, markers, highlighters, sticky notes, rules, geometry tools, white-boards, stapler set, etc., are available at reasonable prices. The shop also has printed study materials for various courses offered by the college.

9. Staff Room

The college also has a dedicated common staff room where teachers sit and interact with each other. It fosters the collegial bond, fraternity, and exchange of needful information. The staff room hall is fully air-conditioned with neat and clean sofas, chairs, tables and notice boards. It has 100+ seating capacity. The room also provides major daily newspapers.

The staff room also has a small kitchen to serve the immediate needs of the teachers – essential items like water, biscuits, coffee, tea, are readily available.

The room also has a dedicated study chamber which has locker facilities, three computers and a printer, study cabins, and so on.

The staff room also has two neat and clean washrooms.

10. Open Learning Center

The college has an open learning center (Learner Support Center) set up by IGNOU. IGNOU is one of the premium institutes in India which offers online distance education to the needy ones of the country. The college has a tie-up with IGNOU.

11. Research Centre

Hindu College has come up with a dedicated research facility for the faculty and students in the form of a Research Centre. The four-storey-building covering 38000 sq. feet area houses laboratories for sciences, social sciences, linguistics lab and media lab. The need for a dedicated research facility had long been felt in order to enrich the learning experience of students from the very beginning of the undergraduate programme. There was also a need for an integrated research hub that provides the right atmosphere and scope for research ventures. In the existing set up the facilities are dispersed across the building at various locations. The new Research Centre will bridge this gap, besides providing new facilities for research in social sciences and languages. Students will get a huge jump in the available opportunities for enhancing their critical thinking and analytical skills coupled with a rigorous research grounding and thereby add to their solid academic foundation. Most notably, the college has recently been awarded with DBT Star College Scheme by the Department of Biotechnology, Ministry of Science and Education, Government of India.

These labs contain sophisticated instruments FTIR, EDXRF, Tunable light source, UV-VIS Spectrophotometer, CO2/O2 incubation, stability chamber, environment chamber, spin coater etc. In addition to these research labs, there are nearly 20 well equipped science laboratories for conducting regular experiments as part of the curriculum.

The research center building also has specially dedicated botany labs, Multimedia Lab, SDA (Sushila Devi Auditorium).

12. Multimedia Studio

Hindu College has a multimedia studio with the latest equipment is a fantastic opportunity for students and faculty members to expand their multimedia skills and experience.

The new equipment in the studio includes [SONY A7 S III] 4K cameras, [HERO VIEW model X] a teleprompter, [Soundcraft 12 MTK] a sound mixer, [Sennheiser CL-100] microphones, [Apple Mac Mini] an editing suite, [BMD ATM Mini] a multi-viewer and streamer, [ATEM Television Studio Pro HD] a live production professional broadcast switcher, an interactive digital board, chroma set with advanced chroma keying, LED lights, and an associated Production Control Room (PCR).

The 4K camera is a professional-grade tool that provides stunning image quality, making it ideal for video production, while the teleprompter makes it easier for students to deliver scripted content on camera. The vision mixer and sound mixer are essential tools that allow students to create seamless multimedia presentations. The microphones, edit suite, and interactive digital board allow students to create, edit and present their multimedia content with ease. The chroma set with advanced chroma keying enables students to create professional-quality video content, such as green screen productions.

13. Labs and Museums

The college houses various labs and museums within its premises. The college has dedicated labs and museums for Chemistry, Zoology/Biology, Botany, Physics, and other experimental sciences.

Botany Lab

The Department of Botany has two departmental labs and one more library (lab no. 302) in the new academic block that accommodates about 40 students, with ease. Besides, each laboratory (three in total) has camera fitted microscopes. The department has a Central Instrumentation Facility, having equipment used in molecular biotechnology, and microbiology.


Permanent Slides, Class work Dissection Material, Petridish, 100 x 17 mm, Wash Bottles, Herbarium Press, Microscopes, Autoclave, Hot Plates, Incubator, etc.

Botany Museum Specimens

Algae, Fungi, Bryophyta, Pteridophyta, Gymnosperms, Angiosperms, Various Glass specimen Jars, etc.

Physics Labs

The college also has a dedicated physics lab featuring high quality instruments and rare specimens.

Various instruments in the lab include microscopes, resistor, rheostat, multimeter, voltmeter, ammeter, galvanometer, potentiometer, battery eliminator, daniel cell, leclanche cell, ohm's law apparatus ohm's law apparatus, magnetic equipment, compass, magnet, prism, lense, mirror, glasses, optical bench, pendulum, parallelogram apparatus, etc.

Zoology Labs

The college also has a dedicated zoology lab featuring high quality and modern instruments and rare specimens.

Various instruments in the labs include Compound Microscope, Dissection Microscope. Dissection Box, Bone Cutter, Hand Magnifying Lens, Laboratory Spirit Lamp, Laboratory Spatulas, dissecting Microscope, binocular microscope, trinocular microscope, etc.

Chemistry Labs

The college also has a dedicated chemistry lab featuring high quality and modern instruments and rare specimens and important chemicals.

Various instruments in the lab include compound microscope, dissection microscope, hand magnifying lens, laboratory spirit lamp, laboratory spatulas, dissecting microscope, binocular microscope, trinocular microscope, erlenmeyer flask, beaker, test tube, vial with cap, glassware- used for measurement, volumetric flask, graduated cylinder, pipet, buret, equipment often used in titrations, ring, stand, buret clamp, utility clamp, funnel, watch glass, crucible, tongs, glass stir bar, magnetic stir bar, disposable pipet, wash bottle, pipet bulb, safety goggles, centrifuge, bunsen burner, dessicator, etc.

The labs have ample amounts of all the chemical compounds needed for carrying general and special chemical experiments.

Computer/ ICT Labs

The college also has multiple computer labs in old and new buildings. There are 200+ systems available for study and research purposes for the students and teachers. There is also a dedicated computer lab for CBT operations. All the computer labs are fully air conditioned and equipped with printing machines and ultra-fast internet speed.

14. Residence Facilities


A well-furnished hostel with 119 rooms and a common room with recreational facilities. With lush green surroundings, its architectural grandeur and aesthetics it provides a home away from home to students.

Situated next to the sports complex, the Hostel is a spacious structure with 119 rooms enclosing eight lawns with rose beds and hedges. The Hostel provides residential facilities to about two hundred undergraduate and postgraduate male students.

Girls’ Hostel
Smt. INDU PUNJ GIRLS Hostel Hindu College

The student residence for the Girls of the College, became fully functional from the Academic session 2017-18, was formally inaugurated by Mr. Hardeep Singh Puri, the minister of state for Housing and Urban Affairs. Round-the-clock security is provided with security guards at the main gates of the hostel. There are CCTV cameras to ensure the safety of the residents at all times. The Hostel has a common room on the Ground Floor where residents can read daily newspapers and magazines, and play indoor games. Television with cable facilities is also provided. The Hostel has a badminton court and an open air space for other recreational activities. Other amenities include a spacious kitchen with modern facilities, a common dining hall, a medical room and common rooms on each floor, which are being used as reading rooms and conference rooms by the students. Each floor has been provided with a well-equipped Pantry for off time self-preparation of snacks/refreshments. For students coming from different states and diverse backgrounds, the Student Residence for Girls is thus a very comfortable space – ‘A Home away from Home’.

Teachers’ Residence
The College also provides residence facilities for its teaching staff.

15. Banking Facilities

The college also provides banking services and facilities to its members. There is an SBI branch located within the college premises. It is a full-fledged branch of the bank and provides all the useful banking and finance services like loans, accounts, cards, investments, postal services, e-banking forms and operations, etc.

The banking premises also has 24x7ATM machines kept in optimum functional condition.

16. Parking Facilities

The college has multiple parking locations for vehicles. Close to the gate no. 1 we have a parking lot which can accommodate around 50+ vehicles. Next to it, we also have motorbike parking. An old parking for motorbikes with tin shades is also available, next to the Herbal Garden. It can accommodate 200+ bikes.

The car parking area has also used its underground space to build a water treatment plant.

There is also parking space available close to the Girls Hostel of the College. It can accommodate 20+ four-wheelers and/or 50+ two-wheelers.

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