The college has a fairly well equipped Computer Centre with 70 computers These computers are internet enabled and are available for students for their various computing needs. It offers short term and long term courses to the staff, students and also to the outsiders.The practical classes in the subject computer studies are held in the computer lab . The lab is set in the St. Chavara Block of the College. Students can avail the facilities during the free hours – provided the lab is free – or during intervals (provided staff or teachers are available at the lab during this period). The students may avail the facilities to browse topics related to their field of study, to download notes, prepare assignments, prepare presentations or to complete tasks assigned via the google-classrooms

Lab Director : Rev. Fr. Thomas George Vengaluvakkel CMI

Instructor : Mr. Sylvanose P Thomas


The College Governing Body comprising of the Manager, Financial Administrator and the Office Superintendent in consultation with the IQAC makes policies for the maintenance and augmentation of physical, academic and support facilities. The custodian of each facility runs regular quality checks and carries out timely maintenance to ensure the smooth run of the College. 

Lab Guidelines

  • Single time use of maximum 60 minutes (other than during practical sessions) is permitted.
  • Students should mark their entry and exit in the lab register without fail.
  • Students without their own ID card will not be permitted in the lab.
  • Lab computers should be used with care considering them as your own property.
  • Students are supposed to use only the systems allotted to them.
  • Use of any sort of removable storage devices is forbidden.
  • Silence should be observed in and around the lab. 
  • Mobile phones and laptops are not allowed without prior permission.
  • No student is permitted to shift or interchange any part of the computer with another.
  • Students found mishandling the computer systems or peripherals would be penalized with a monetary fine.
  • Report any hardware/software related complaints to the lab-in-charge.
  • Before leaving the lab, users should properly shutdown the systems and re-arrange the seats.
  • Students should take off their shoes and put them outside before entering the computer lab.