Maintenance of facilities
Procedures and policies for maintaining and utilizing physical, academic and support facilities
All infrastructure pertaining to physical, academic and support facilities at LSR are regularly maintained to ensure that they are of maximum benefit to the students as well as teaching and non-teaching stuff. A Building Committee has been constituted in college to ensure maintenance work is conducted in a timely fashion. A budget is allocated annually for the upkeep of these facilities. It is also ensured that the available infrastructure is accessible to the members of college. Most lectures take place in classrooms with projectors, mics and speakers. This is to ensure usage of new audio-visual pedagogical techniques during the teaching process. A new computer laboratory has been set up to be used by departments of Mathematics, Commerce, Statistics and BA Program. This has been done keeping in mind the increasing student strength of college. The college also has access to a 24x7 Wi-Fi facility as provided by the University of Delhi. Students can use their own laptops in the college and may also use computers available in the library. Faculty and students make extensive use of the Wi-Fi facility for reading and research. The campus also offers facilities such as cafeteria, restrooms, medical room etc.
Both the library and administration section of LSR have undergone computerization. The library is fully digitised and is open even after class hours. It has computer terminals with internet facility and reading cubicles. A regular update on new additions is provided by the library. A library committee works regularly to oversee the functioning of the library.
Swavalamban is a resource centre in college for differently-abled students, particularly for those with visual disabilities. It provides access to assistive technology and equipment including the Everest–D Braille Embosser, Screen Reading Software, Lex-Talk Scanner, Book Scanners, DAISY Recorders and Players and OCR software for English and Hindi. The resource centre also has ten computer systems that facilitate the work of both English and Hindi discipline students.