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1. Botanical Garden
There are about 100 no. ornamental/medicinal/timber and firewood and fruit trees such as tecoma, Bottle brush, Amaltas, Gulmohar, Jamun, Neem, Dek, Imly, Amla, Kachnar, Kikar, Tahli, Bamboo, Nimbu, Malta, Guava, Banana and Mulberry ect.
Also there are more then 50 no. of various type of shrubs like Ficus, Hibiscus, Kaner and Chandani ect. in the garden.
2. Multipurpose Hall
A Multipurpose Hall of approximately 500 seating capacity with 15000 sq feet big area and have aesthetically laid two side corridors with main hall. This hall is equipped with Curtain System as well as perfect acoustic system obtained through sound reflective surfaces and sound absorptive mechanisms. The sound in the hall is planned to be supplemented by modern amplifiers and other accessories. This hall also has recording facilities. This hall is being used for purely cultural events, big seminars indoor playing and art exhibitions. A separate rehearsal area with properly designed separate make up and green rooms has been provided in first floor for this.
3. Seminar Hall
Another part of the building on the first floor of science block is having a Seminar hall equipped with latest digital wireless conference system with chairman and delegate unit hall sufficient enough to cater to minimum 50 delegates for seminar and 28 delegates for conference purpose. The seminar (conference hall) is operational having the best of modular furniture with aesthetically designed environs with projection system and recording facilities.
4. Reverse Osmosis (RO) Water Treatment Plant
The college is equipped with state of the art RO water treatment plant. The MODEL INRDO-402 by leading company "Ion Exchange" by Zero B, is a commercial heavy duty model with 400 liters per hour flow to cater the need of entire students and staff of the DAV College Bathinda. It efficiently removes upto 90% of total dissolved solids (TDS) or salinity to produce water that is pure, safe and clear. It is a fully automatic plant fitted with various sensors which also has a dedicated pipeline for distribution of drinking water in the entire campus. The treated water is stored in an overhead tank on the top of the building with the help of a heavy duty automatic sensor controlled motor. From there it is directly distributed to the various water coolers situated in the premises of the college. A submersible motor extracts ground water from a depth of 350 feet where the hardness of the water is such that it can be treated to meet the required TDS range by the plant. We as an institution are proud of the fact that we provide best drinking water in this region to our students as well as staff. The most important thing is that the maintenance of this giant machine is done on regular and priority basis so as to keep this in best working condition.
5. Library & Reading Hall
Around 35000 books on all subjects taught in the college.Good collection of reference books is also available for consultation