For the all-round development of students

CIS Library
CIS has its own library for its students with present collection of 12,000 (approx.) books (including multiple copies). A separate newspaper section with 09 editions and 08 magazines; a good number of journals are also available to students. The Library is open throughout the year except on all Government and National Holidays as per the University holiday calendar.


IT Lab
CIS has its own IT lab with about120 computers with latest software. The IT lab classes are held here. Apart from those times, students can use the facility for their learning.


Lab for the Visually Challenged
CIS has a separate Lab for Visually challenged students, with 10 systems, Bailey Printer, Jaws software, NVDA Software and ZOOM-X scanner


Scribe for Visually Challenged Students
Scribe for Visually Challenged Students are provided by CIS during end-semester examinations


Academic counsellors
The CIS has 4 academic counsellors who deal with the day-to-day academic issues related to their program and serve as first line of contact for any student issue.


Mentors for the students of CIS
Students who join immediately after completing their schooling, take time in getting adjusted to the University campus environment and need some sort of support to help them walk through that period. CIS has one faculty from each Department to act as a Mentor for different programmes at the CIS. They act as Mentor for the students till the completion of the programme. They lend ears to students’ problems and monitor his/her progress and guide them accordingly.


CIS has the provision of running the following clubs for enriching extra and co-curricular activities of the students of CIS:

  • Shape your thought & Debate Club
  • Junior Science Club

The clubs are run by students who elect their coordinators. They are guided by faculty as faculty coordinators. The activities include talks by experts and eminent personalities, screening of movies, quiz competitions, debates, workshops and sport.

In addition to the regular activities from the above clubs, students collectively organize Coherence (a rare combination of science and social sciences students’ collective programme) where students present research work done in their internships.


Ethnic day
Ethnic Day celebrates the cultures of different states together on a single day and celebrate the diversity on campus.


The Junior Science Club organizes an annual Science fest where children from schools are invited to visit the laboratories. Talks by eminent scientists and activities including quiz competitions, debates and demonstration of scientific concepts are organised as a part of this festival.


Vijyoshi ( INSPIRE programmes)
Every year around 25 students of I year MSC students (I semester) attend the Vijyoshi camp by organised by KVPY in collaboration with INSPIRE programme, IISc Bangalore and IISER-Kolkata


CIS Grievance Committee
To attend to the students’ general grievances and to conduct general counseling from time to time CIS Grievance Committee is constituted. This Committee looks into the grievances of CIS students. Students are advised to drop their complaints / grievances /feedback/ suggestions letters etc., in the different drop boxes provided in CIS lobby.


Psychological counselling
The University has a provision for psychological counselling of students. Two counsellors are available on campus and students can meet them as and when they require. In addition, DSW office in conjunction with the counsellors organizes orientation programs and group sessions throughout the year.