Labs


Government Degree College was established in 1987. It is situated on the high way between Peddapalli
and Karimnagar in an area of 4.38 acres with a built-up area of 17,725Sqmt. The institution has excellent
infrastructure to efficiently carry out the teaching and learning process. The institution has a main block
with a sufficient number of classrooms, staffrooms, and laboratories. There are 16classrooms spanning
across various blocks. The laboratories are adequate in number. Classrooms and laboratories are well
ventilated, furnished and properly lit. Besides these, there is one Seminar Hall and a computer lab that
facilitates a great learning experience for the students.
Laboratories: The laboratories are the backbone of the institutions where practical are carried out. The
laboratories are well equipped and the equipment is updated as per the syllabus. These details of the
laboratories are as hereunder.
1. Physics Labs- 1 and a dark room
2. Chemistry Labs-1
3. Botany Labs-1
4. Zoology Labs1

Computer Laboratories: The institution has a computer laboratory and houses 20 computers. The
computer laboratory is created with the required electrical and internet connectivity.
The institution has two classrooms with Digital Board facility and the Seminar hall with a Virtual
Classroom to enable the use of presentations, animations and graphics for a detailed explanation of the
concepts.
The non-teaching staff also uses the computers for the day to day activities. After the introduction of the
CAIMS, the financial records are maintained and updated in electronic mode. The student certificates also
will be issued online once the office fully switches and adopts the CAIMS module.
Projectors: SixLCD projectors are being used in ICT classrooms to enrich and upgrade teaching and
learning experience and to make students enthusiastic towards learning the subject. All the staff uses
projectors for their regular teaching. Students also use these projectors for their seminar presentations.

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