The college is housed in an ultra modern building with all relevant amenities. The college boasts of high-class infrastructure, for both academics and sports. It includes:-

The college provides various sports facilities, which include both indoor and outdoor games. College has a splendid cricket ground where day matches as well as day and night matches are played. Every year college organises Sahibzada Ajit Singh Cricket Tournament in the months of December and January. About twenty clubs participate in this tournament.

A basketball court and a volleyball court, at par with the national standards, have been built in the college, in 2002. To promote tennis among students. two clay courts for Lawn Tennis have also been built.

Other sports that are made available to the students are volleyball, table tennis and chess. The students fully utilize the facilities provided to them, and also bring good name to the college.

The college library came into existence along with the foundation of the college in 1984. The college maintains a well-stocked library. The collection of the library at present consists of more than 42848 books, 400 bound volumes of important journals and about 500 CDs. The Library has rich collection of books on Commerce, Economics, Mathematics, Computer Science, Punjabi, Political Science, Journalism, Management and Sikhism. The library regularly subscribes to about 29 newspapers, 44 journals and magazines (Indian as well as International) on a variety of subjects.

Library Services

  1. Automation of the Library: The College started planning for Library computerization in 2001. The database of books is available in the library by author, title, subject, publishers etc. The college library can be searched through Internet on college website: www.sggscc.ac.in/library.
  2. Lending Service: The library provides lending of books and allied reading material to the students and staff members. All the students are entitled to become member of this library and will be issued three reader tickets. In addition one book will be issued on reference ticket. A member is entitled to borrow books and journals (Three books and one journal at a time for 15 days), however current issued of periodicals/news/magazines/newspapers are available for reading in the Library only.
  3. Reference Service: The Library provides reference service to assist the users in getting the required information. The library consists of a good collection of reference books such as encyclopedias, dictionaries, atlases, CD’s etc. Students can make use of the entire reference collection in the Library.
  4. Book Bank: The library has a Book Bank and Students Aid Fund Section for lending text books to the deserving and needy students.
  5. Book Location Service: It is to help the users in looking and getting their desired books / information and other reading material. Students may contact the reference desk.
  6. Reservation of Books: Books in great demand and which generally under issue can be got reserved by the users by filling Reservation Slips available at the library counter.
  7. New Arrivals Display Service: Every fortnight some selected newly added books to the library are displayed on the New Arrivals Stacks. Also, a list of ‘New Arrivals’ is circulated among the faculty members on regular basis. The purpose in bringing the newly added books to the notice of the users.
  8. Photocopier Service: The Library helps in providing photocopies of articles/text to the students and faculty members from the documents available in the library.
  9. Newspaper Clipping Service: The library is maintaining a record of newspaper clipping on important subjects and of various activities related to the college as well as University related important events.
  10. Content Page Service: Library is providing a photocopy of content pages of important journals subscribed by the library to faculty members.
  11. Newly Constructed Library Building: Library is shifted to newly constructed, multistoried, centrally air conditioned, ultramodern building. This newly constructed building is having facilities such as microfilming section, reprographic section, Internet facilities, a small computer centre, an audio visual room etc. A Sikh Study Centre with modern facilities is part of the library. This library is the first centrally Air-Conditioned College Library of University of Delhi.

Library Rules

  1. Loss of books or libray membership card Loss of Library book(s) or card must be reported immediately. Borrowers will be asked to pay for the book lost or replace it with a new book(s) along with the fine and binding charges if any. On loss of Library Membership Card, an FIR has to be launched. Duplicate Library Card will be issued at the library counter on the payment of Rs.100/- and a copy of FIR. The member however will continue to be responsible for any loss that the library may suffer through the loss/misuse of lost Library Membership Card.
  2. Overdue charges The member is expected to return the book(s) on or before the due date stamped on the due date slip. An over due charges at the rate of Rs. 5/- per volume per day will be charged.
  3. Care of library books Books and periodicals should be checked before they taken out of the Library. Therefore, borrowers must satisfy themselves about the physical condition of the book(s) before borrowing otherwise they will be held responsible for any damage or mutilation noticed later or at the time of returning the books. After using the books it should be kept at the right place in the shelf, where it has been taken out. Marking with pen/pencil is not allowed in the books, otherwise new book/book cost/fine would be charged.
  4. Transfer of membership Library Membership Card is not transferable as they are token of privilege which only the members to whom they are issued are entitled. Sub-lending of book(s) is misuse of this privilege and may lead to withdrawal of membership.
  5. Clearance certificate The Library Membership Card is the property of the Library and are to be returned and dues if any, paid and a clearance certificate obtained for them before leaving the college (e.g. at the time of getting CLC).
  6. Discipline The Student shall keep silence within the Library premises. Any student found talking or disturbing studies in any form in the reading room of the Library shall be fined Rs. 100/- in the first instance. Subsequent violation of this directive will entail heavy penalty. Principal may expel any student if the presence of such a person is liable to disturb the peace. Mobile phone should be switched off before entering the Library. Students are required to co-operate for calm and healthy atmosphere in the Library.
  7. Personal belongings Personal belongings such as bags, cell phones etc. must not be brought into the Library. Bags if brought should be kept at the counter and mobile, cash should not be left in the bags. Outside books are not allowed in the library.
  8. Library hours 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. on all working days and from 8:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M during examination days on demand of the students.

The College Seminar Hall has been the venue for numerous seminars and activities in the past years. With a capacity for nearly two hundred people, centrally air-conditioned and modern facilities like projectors etc., the seminar hall is ideal for academic, religious, social, and general discussions.

The college has 500 seater, fully air-conditioned state of the art auditorium that is the nerve centre of cultural activities of the college.

In order to inculcate a feeling of divinity and spirituality among students, the college has set up a Gurudwara in the college premises. The Gurudwara is managed by the Divinity Society of the college.

To encourage the creativity and self-expression of students, the college magazine ‘Amrit&Rsquo; is published annually. It publishes articles, poems and short stories written by students. The review of educational, cultural, social and sports events are also reported in the magazine. It has three sections: English, Hindi and Punjabi. Each section of the magazine is edited by a student editor, under the supervision of a faculty member.

The college publishes a research journal “Journal of Business Thought” to promote research among academic fraternity. The journal focuses on business, commerce and Economic areas.

The computer infrastructure offers a truly heterogeneous range of hardware and software platforms for students to appreciate and gain wide-ranging experience. The desktop environment is dominated by “world class” workstations from HCL and IBM two of the most reputed firms in the field of computer manufacturing.

The facilities at the lab consist of two main servers and about 45 PC Nodes (some in pipeline) equipped with Multimedia kits along with 3 inkjet and one LaserJet printer and scanners supported by UPS that provides uninterrupted power supply to the whole network Through these systems the students have access to the windows based office suits consisting of spread sheet, data management, word processing, and presentation software systems; and several language processors, and client - server database software packages. Broadband Internet facility is available to all the students. Experienced decorators and furnishers have done the Interior of the lab creating the right ambience for technical education. The chairs are specifically engineered for computer usage. The students find the environment soothing and it helps to curtail the stress level The Salient Features of the lab are:-

  1. A network comprising of two servers (HCL), 40 PC nodes (HCL, IBM), latest printers and scanners, UPS backup
  2. Separate rooms for Servers and UPS
  3. Latest and more Software systems for research and practice
  4. Broadband Internet Facility for all students
  5. Specific and secured storage facilities for student’s belongings
  6. Exclusively designed furniture for maximum comfort

The software profile includes the licensed versions of the latest packages, viz. visual studio (visual basic, visual C++, visual FoxPro), Jbuilder, Oracle, Tally, Dbase etc. as also the language compilers, viz. turbo C, turbo C++, Java, Qbasic etc.

The college has established an electronics laboratory for B.Sc (Computer Science) students having 12 digital training kits for electronic practical.

Photocopying facility is available on the campus in the main building. It provides an invaluable service to the students at reasonable prices.

A Branch of Punjab and Sind Bank is available in the college premises for the convenience of students and staff. The bank provides ATM facility for the convenience of students and staff. The Annual fee and other charges at the time of admission are to be deposited at the bank.

The college cafe is a popular joint for students. A variety of snacks and drinks are served here at reasonable rates. A Students Union room is located in the students centre for facilitating their activities.