With the advent of ever-growing technological sway over the world, some students on one hand explore it to their benefit and some on the other mess up with it to their detriment. Reflecting on these possibilities, the institution has set up ‘Srujana Vaatika’ where students get to explore the rich repertoire of ancient Indian knowledge and broach a philosophical discourse with the teachers and fellow-students on a wide range of streams of knowledge in their free time. The potpourri of events are: generating power from earthen pots as stated in the slokas of ancient scriptures, which is an indigenous technology, exhibition of artifacts and handicrafts such as weaving baskets with coconut and palm leaves, origami, clay molding etc. , exhibition of food preparing vessels and vessels with different metals, awareness of the importance of eco-friendly items in day-to-day life, the exigency of limiting the use of plastic, methods to preserve ancient Indian art and knowledge system, and activities highlighting the importance of socio-ecological well-being of the nation. This set up is absolutely unique about the college. The students enjoy spending time in the Srujana Vaatika and the experience of being with the centre nurtures not only creativity and wisdom but also moral sensibilities and ethical values.