Biodiversity- Flora & Fauna

Botanical Garden

Botanical Garden is a collection of living plants designed chiefly to illustrate relationships within plant groups. The main objectives of the botanical garden are the collection and conservation of plants, local or exotic, and the protection of endangered species. In our College we have 129 plants of economic importance.

Herbal Garden/Medicinal Garden

Our College has a dedicated space for Herbal garden, devoted to growing a specific group of plants called herbs or medicinal plants. The establishment of herbal garden brings awareness on local medicinal plants for common ailments. Some of the list of medicinal plants we have it in our college.

PlantCommon nameBotanical Name or FamilyParts UsedMedicinal Use
Amla Emblica officinalis
Fam - euphorbiaceae
FruitVitamin - C, Cough, Diabetes, cold, Laxative, hyper acidity.
AshokaSaraca Aceae
Fam : Caesalpinanceae
Bark FlowerMenstrual Pain, uterine, disorder, Diabetes.
AswagandhaWithania Somnifera
Fam: Solanaceae
Root, LeafsRestorative Tonic, stress, nerves disorder, aphrodisiac.
Bael / BilvaAegle marmelous
Fam: Rutaceae
Fruit, BarkDiarrhea, Dysentery, Constipation.
Bhumi AmlaPhyllanthous amarus
Fam : euphorbiaceae
Whole PlantAnemic, jaundice, Dropsy.
BrahmiBacopa monnieri
Fam: Scrophulariaceae
Whole plantNervous, Memory enhancer, mental disorder.
ArjunTerminalia arjunaStem, BarkHeart diseases, Respiratory diseases,fracture,wound.
Guluchi / GiloeTinospora cordifoliaStemGout, Pile, general debility, fever, Jaundice.
Kalmegh/ Bhui neemAndrographis paniculata
Fam : scanthaceae
Whole PlantFever, weakness, release of gas.
Sarpa GandhaRanwolfia serpentina
Fam: apocynaceae
RootHyper tension, insomnia.
SatavariAsparagus racemosus
Family: liliaceae
Tuber, rootEnhance lactation, general weakness, fatigue, cough.
TulsiOcimum sanclum
Fam: Lamiaceae
Leaves/SeedCough, Cold, bronchitis,expectorand.
PippermintMentha pipertia
Leaves, Flower, OilDigestive, Pain killer.
Henna/MehdiLawsennia iermis
Fam: lytharaceae
Leaf,Flower, SeedBurning, Steam, Anti Imflamatary.
GritkumariAloe vera
Fam: Liliaceae
LeavesLaxative, Wound healing, Skin burns & care,Ulcer.
Sada BaharVincea rosea/ catharanthus Roseus
Fam :apocyanaceae
Whole PlantLeaukamia, Hypotensiv, Antispasmodic , Atidot.
VringrajEclipta alba
Fam: Compositae
Seed/wholeAnti-inflamatory, Digestive, hairtonic.
Swet chitrak
Plumbago Zeylanica
Fam: Plumbaginaceae
Root, RootbarAppetiser, Antibacterial, Aticacer.
Rakta ChitrakPlumbago indica
Fam : plumbaginaceae
Root, Root barIndyspeipsia, colic, imflammation, cough.
HaridaTerminalia chebula
Fam: Combretaceae
SeedTrifala, wound ulcer, leprosy, inflammation, Cough.
BahadaTerminalia bellerica
Seed, BarkCough, Insomnia, Dropsy, Vomiting, Ulcer, Trifala.
NeemAzardirchata - indica
Fam : Mahiaceae
RhizomeSedative, analgesic, epilepsy, hypertensive.
Sweet Flag
Acorus Calamus
Fam : Araceae
RhizomeSedative, analgesic, epilepsy, hypertensive.
Benachar/Khus/khusVetiveria ziziinoides
Fam : Toaceae / Graminae
RootHyperdisia, Burning, ulcer, Skin, Vomiting.
Tej PataCinnamomum zeylanicum
Fam : Lauraceae
Bark, OilNervous, Disorder, Constipation, Nephroaphy, Strangury, Dropsy
MakoSolanum nigrum
Fam : Solanaceae
Whole Plant, Fruit, SeedScabies, Antipyretic, Amoibic dysentry

Green House

College has a green house which is designed for the protection of tender or out-of-season plants against excessive cold or heat. With the help of the green house this college has successfully preserved many plants.


The studies show that aquarium watching can be therapeutic as it lowers blood pressure, reduces stress and has a calming effect on people. To maintain a balance of flora and fauna in the organisation our college has an aquarium which adds to the naturally existing fauna in the campus.

Fauna Diversity

Birds play an essential role in the functioning of the world’s eco-system causing a direct impact on human health, economy and food production. They occupy many levels of trophic webs, from mid-level consumers to top predators. Birds help to maintain sustainable population levels of their prey and predator species, and after death, provide food for scavengers and decomposers. Many birds are important in plant reproduction through their services as pollinators or seed dispersers. The college campus has many bird species enriching the faunal population of the region. Few among them are Common Myna, Red Wattled Lapwing, Kingfisher, Crow, Pigeon, Babbler, Parrot, Woodpecker, Hornbill, Asian Koel, Sunbird, Peafowl, Owl, Eagle etc.

Many insect species belonging to different orders viz., Lepidoptera, Coleoptera, Hymenoptera, Diptera, Hemiptera, Orthoptera, Odonata, also add to the faunal bio-diversity of the college campus.