Astronomical Observatory

The Astronomical Observatory was set up in observance of the International Year of Astronomy and the Ruby Jubilee of the Department of Physics in 2009. It was installed in the College as a memorial of late Prof. K.M. Mathew, the HOD of Physics and former Principal of the College. The facility, initially named Prof. K M Mathew Astroview Centre was relocated and upgraded to an Astronomical observatory in 2022. The observatory provides stargazing facilities to students and the public.


The College auditorium called, the 'Chazhikattu Hall' is named after the late Sri. Joseph Chazhikattu who was a member of the Kerala Legislative Assembly. He was a visionary who held the interests of the people of Uzhavoor close to his heart and was instrumental in getting Government sanction for the college in 1964. The spacious hall with a capacity of more than a thousand seats is utilised for all common functions of the college


The Bishop Tharayil Memorial Educational Theatre is named after the founder patron of the college, Mar Thomas Tharayil. The theatre with a seating capacity of 127, is one of the largest facilities of its kind, in aided sector colleges of Kerala. It is a venue for conferences, seminars, and film screenings.


There is a canteen within the campus, run on contract basis. Noon meals and other food items are available here on all working days.

College Chapel

The College Chapel makes it possible for students and teachers to spend time in meditation


The library holdings in terms of books, journals, learning materials and technology-aided learning mechanisms are organised in such a way as to enable the students to acquire information, knowledge and skills required for their study programme. The college library, which started functioning right from the beginning of the college in 1964, is the key resource of information for the academic community. At present it has attained the position of a 1st Grade Library with more than 34,000 books, 65 periodicals and a subscription of 10 newspapers. Xerox facility is available in the library. The library is automated using 'Koha', a well known open source Integrated Library Management Software which has a number of advanced features, enabling the college library to become more user oriented in the current digital era. Besides very suitable and convenient library administrative modules, Koha software can provide a handful of attractive interfaces from the user point of view, like quick search and access, Web-OPAC, and the feasibility of integrating new technologies like RFID.

Conference Hall

The Archbishop Mar Kuriakose Kunnassery Conference Hall is equipped with state-of-the-art audio-visual facilities. It is a venue for video conferences, webinars, and administrative meetings.


With grants received from the U.G.C. and the Ministry of Sports and Youth affairs, a health and fitness centre has been set up. The centre which cost about 6 lakhs is equipped with the latest state of the art multi gym facilities. Teachers and students may utilise the centre, from 2.30 p.m. to 8.30 p.m. on all week days. These facilities are also available to the Alumni and general public at nominal cost.

ICT Classrooms

The college has ICT-enabled classrooms furnished with high-end technology that enhances the teaching-learning process. Classrooms are equipped with interactive panels/ smartboard and projector/ mounter projectors with access to Learning Management Software (Moodle). All classrooms and staffrooms have LAN ports through internal networking which ensures best-in-class network speed without interruptions.

Indoor Stadium

The UGC-funded Multipurpose Indoor Stadium, with a built-in area 6889 Sq. ft contains one court each for basketball, volleyball, ball badminton, and three badminton courts. The facility offers quality sports infrastructure for the conduct of various national/state/district level tournaments and for practice sessions of our sports teams.


The Language Lab is furnished with an interactive panel and computer systems with inbuilt language training software. It offers a structured language learning experience and facilitates faster laguage acquisition for the students of our college.


This centre has a seating capacity of fifty. It is equipped with art communication equipment which include an O.H.P. slide projector, L.C.D. and Computer. Students are given instruction here with the help of these modern gadgets.


The college has a species rich medicinal garden which consists of about 100 rare and valuable plants. The service of the garden is also open to the public of Uzhavoor panchayath.


A special meditation centre named `Unarvu" is open from 9 A.M. to 5.00 P.M. for the use of staff and students.


Msgr Peter Uralil Bibliothecal information Centre was established in the College Library in 1995. Msgr. Peter Uralil was the Founder Principal and Pro-manager of the College for a long time. The aims and objectives of the Centre are to improve the quality of education, to facilitate access to the library resources more efficiently, to improve house-keeping operations, to improve the efficiency or services to users and to provide career and course guidance. The students and staff of the college can have the services of the Centre during the working hours of the library.


The Peace Park is an initiative begun in tandem with the Peace Club. Inaugurated on August 15, the aim is to create a calming atmosphere for the students especially in the wake of the pandemic that affected many psychologically and spiritually. On September 22 the Peace Park was opened to students, after the installation of a statue of the Mahatma - the invoker of non-violence in India, to support and inspire those who need encouragement.

Recording Studio

This studio is a high tech sound-proof facility for recording, mixing, and audio production. It is used for academic content generation and is also the operating office of the campus Radio- Radio SSC.


There is a store functioning in the college by the members of entrepreneurship club. All items necessary for staff and students of the college and provided at a nominal price.


With the help of 5 sewing machines, girl students are taught tailoring with the help of an instructor. Students avail of this facility during free time and after class hours at a nominal fee.


A Vermi Compost Unit was started in the college in 1999 as a Vanitha project sanctioned under the "Peoples Planning Project"of the Uzhavoor Block Panchayat. The objectives of the unit includes production and promotion of organic manure, training the students in vermi compositing etc.