International Standard Facilities

We have infrastructure of an international standard supported by the latest technology and state-of-theart facilities. Classrooms are spacious with multimedia facilities. All the science laboratories viz. Botany, Zoology, Chemistry and Physics are fully equipped with high quality apparatus for practical classes. A computer lab and a well-stocked library have been set-up with the latest editions of books and reference materials. A wide choice of journals, periodicals, and broadband internet facility is available in the library for supporting the students’ study and research. A separate multimedia room equipped with an interactive board is at the teachers’ disposal to supplement their lectures with visual aids.

GIHE has also been designated as a centre for theory and practical examinations by the Cambridge International Examination (CIE), an examination board under the Cambridge Assessment.

Career Guidance and Counseling Facilities

At GIHE, students have the facility to consult a professional Counselor to share their problems. From time to time professionals from different fields such as medicine, engineering, applied science, management, etc. as well as prominent alumnus are invited to interact with the students and talk about their professions, to enable students to make a decision regarding their future career.

Overseas study counseling and the selection of career goals is yet another facility students can avail of during their study at GIHE. Academic counselors give students guidance for admission to universities abroad including the United States, the UK, Australia and India. We also have several educational fairs during the course of the session, conducted by USEF and British Council. Many representatives of Universities from USA, UK, Japan, Thailand, India etc. also visit GIHE to inform the students about courses, application procedures, scholarships available etc.

Community Services

The College provides opportunities for students to involve themselves in nonacademic pursuits with special focus on initiatives designed to help the society at large. These may include voluntary teaching opportunities in community schools of the local village development committees, work with NGOs, INGOs or government bodies as per the desire of the students themselves and opportunities available


The College bus service is available only from designated stops around the city. However, students must ascertain if the bus stop falls on the route or not and note the bus stop while fi lling in the application form if they want to avail of the bus service. Generally, the college bus picks up students from 5:45am depending upon their stops and drops them after 2:00 pm. Students getting into a bus which is not designated without a written application from the parent and due written permission from the Transportation Manager will have the facility suspended or withdrawn .Students are not allowed to use two wheelers or self-driven vehicles while commuting to and from the college.

The college also offers a shuttle service up to Satdobato and Lagankhel for students who finish their classes early or those who are required to remain in the college after normal college hours for remedial classes or any prearranged programmes, subject to the availability of buses.

Locker Facilities

Admission to the college does not ensure locker facility for all students. The locker facility is a service provided by the college based on the request and the availability on twin-sharing basis. Depending on the availability of lockers, the college management reserves the right to either accept or reject an application for issue of a locker. The locker will be issued to a particular student(s) for one academic session only. For the next session, students are required to resubmit a written application. Valuables of any kind (jewellery, mobiles, I-pods, cash, debit-cards, o cial documents) or any prohibited articles etc. are strictly prohibited to be kept in the lockers. The locker user(s) will be given a key to the locker. The substitute key will be in the custody of the o ce. The college management reserves the right to open any locker at any time for inspection. If a student loses the key to the locker, a fi ne of Rs.300/- (Rupees three hundred only) will have to be paid for the issue of a substitute key. If the student loses the key for the second time, he/she will have to vacate the locker and will not be allowed to apply for a locker again. Damage of any kind caused to any locker will be subject to a fi ne of Rs.800/- (Eight hundred rupees).

First Aid

For minor ailments, students are to see the in-house sta nurse. Students are required to have an Infirmary slip duly filled in and signed by an authorized sta member stating the problem faced and the time the person was sent from the class or designated area, and the slip has to be shown duly signed by the Infi rmary In-charge with time of return noted on it. After the check-up, the slip is to be returned to the reception where a record is kept for the same. For serious ailments, students are taken to the nearest hospital at the discretion of the staff nurse. Any medical expenses incurred, except for the common ailments which can easily be treated in the infi rmary, will have to be borne by the parent/student