At a time when there are is increasing national and global health challenges as well as awareness to the
concept of fitness, the college too has extended its support to achieving fitness. A gymnasium is
established for students’ and faculty use. This gym houses both aerobic and anaerobic exercise
equipments under the supervision of competent fitness trainers. The added attraction is the very nominal
monthly charges of only Rs 600 monthly and an annual charge of Rs.5000. Ex-students can also utilize the
facility of gymnasium.
A diet counselling centre has been established by the college as some students face the problem of
underweight and obesity as well as have other health related issues. One of the major activities of the
cell is the health mela which is held annually. This is conducted for the teaching, non-teaching and
support staff and students. Various activities such as assessment of body composition, bone mineral
density, lung function capacity as well as screening for anaemia and thalassemia are conducted. Sessions
are also conducted on a wide range of topics on health and nutrition.