LibraryThe Institute has a library with the objective of supporting academic and research programmes of the institute. The library is centrally placed and easily accessible. The library has a collection of over 30000 volumes on pure Science, Bio-Science, Humanities and Education and 90 journals (national and international) and other periodicals, magazines and dailies (Regional-3, English-2). The major thrust areas of the library collection of materials on Science, Literature, History and Culture Studies. The library also possesses reports, pamphlets, articles, audio and video cassettes collected from sources within India. The Reference Section for English contains documents such as dictionaries and encyclopaedias. There is also a separate textbook section housing books prescribed for specific courses provided by the Institute.
Newton won a stunning victory for the intellect and the democratization of science, because it became possible for students to have as much authority as teachers. By knowing proper methods, a youth could conduct an experiment whose results might confound his elders."1 Newton's program of "experimental philosophy" firmly and successfully established the central methods of physics, whereby inference from experience guides formulation of hypotheses, whose predictions are validated by experiment. Laboratory activities in high school physics provide experience with phenomena, a starting place for the systematic development of students' ideas, and a testing ground for the predictive power of their reasoning.
Chemistry is at the heart of environmental issues. What makes one chemical a nutrient and another chemical a pollutant? How we can clean up the environment? What processes can produce the things our need without harming the environment? We're all chemists. We use chemicals every day and perform chemical reactions without thinking much about them. Chemistry is important because everything you do is chemistry! Even our body is made of chemicals. Chemical reactions occur when we breathe, eat, or just sit there reading. All matter is made of chemicals, so the importance of chemistry is that it's the study of everything.
Biology is a natural science concerned with the study of life and living organism s, including their structure, function, growth, origin, evolution, distribution, and taxonomy. Biology is a vast subject containing many subdivisions, topics, and disciplines. Biology in definition means the study of life. If we didn't have biology, we wouldn't understand any of the basic concepts of being a species. We'd still be clapping our hands at fire.
Students' learning process is significantly richer today, because they integrated computer technology-based projects in their curriculum. Technology is an important element in grade school curriculum since it helps create a learning environment in which students are more confident and productive as they engage in projects that empower them to take ownership of their education.