VIRTUAL CLASSROOMClassrooms with a capacity of 100 students are equipped with state-of –the-art technology, to ensure a complete learning experience. Key elements of the classrooms include furniture designed and arranged to facilitate collaboration, sufficient electrical outlets to provide adequate power supply to charge students’ and teachers’ devices. Classrooms are fitted with white boards and desk podiums with an additional projection screen, ceiling mounted LCD projector to facilitate multi dimensional teaching and learning.
CAFETERIAA central air-conditioned audio-visual cum seminar hall equipped with advanced audio-visual gadgets is made available for various academic, curricular, co-curricular and interdepartmental activities.
STADIUMFor the ground, 250 tons of clay were imported from South Africa. The pitch was prepared based on the advice and guidance of professors Neil Tainton and John Klug, also of South Africa. Stadiums around India typically have outfields made from red soil. When it rains, the outfield tends to become sluggish and heavy. To minimise the interruption because of rain, outfield is sand based. A completely concealed underground drainage system helps quickly remove water.A nursery ground with 10 practice pitches is also on the campus of the DYPSA.