Library:The Departmental Library is in possession of around 2009 books, 459 M.Phil. dissertations and 247 Ph.D. theses besides a number of journals received from time to time which are consulted by the students, research scholars and teachers.
Teaching Labs/Class Rooms: The Department has three class rooms.
Equipments: The Dept has 1 smart class room with interactive board and L.C.D. projector; 8 computers, 1 xerox machine, 1 overhead projector, 1 television set, 1 audio system and 1 video camera. All the computers have internet connectivity through cable/wi-fi.
1. G. Bhattacharya Sanskrit Shodha Parishad of the Dept organizes the meeting of research scholars, M.Phil. students and faculty members besides scholars from outside on weekly basis. The Parishad also organizes annual G. Bhattacharya Memorial lectures in which internationally eminent scholars are invited to deliver lectures on various aspects of Sanskrit studies.
2. The weekly meeting of Vagvardhini Parishad is meant for the students of the M.A. Sanskrit course to promote their language and subject efficiency.
3. The Sanskrit Week is celebrated by the Department every year in collaboration with the Dept of Youth & Cultural Affairs, KUK. On this occasion recitation of Vedic hymns, sutra antyakshari, shloka antyakshari, Sanskrit declamation, shloka recitation, etc. are organized.
4. Annual function is also a special feature of the Dept in which Sanskrit debate, declamation and shloka recitation contests are organized in collaboration with Dean, Students Welfare, KUK. The students of colleges/Sanskrit institutions/universities of North India participate in the above contests.
5. The Centre for Non-formal Sanskrit Education sponsored by the Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan, New Delhi has been working in the Department in the afternoons for teaching Sanskrit to the seekers on the campus and outside through the non-formal mode.
6. Overall development of the students of the Dept is ensured by giving them opportunity for participation in ROSTRUM, Sanskrit Speaking courses, workshops, seminars, various contests in Sanskrit like debate, declamation, Shloka recitation contests and quiz organized by the Dept or external institutions/universities.
7. Wall magazine ‘Sarasvatam’ is published in the Departmental library for the students.
There is no Placement cell in the Department. However, the Dept contributes a lot for the better placement of the students by enhancing their communication skills through organizing Sanskrit Speaking Courses and making them aware of the current market/job career trends. Most of the students are absorbed as teachers in various organizations such as Haryana Govt schools, private schools, Sanskrit Pathashalas, and as lecturers in Govt as well as private colleges and as employees in Police Dept and other organizations.