Ours is a Government institution run on Haryana State government policies and aided by Higher Education Department, Haryana Government P.G. College for Women, Panchkula founded in 2007, has now spread its wings to provide conducive environment for all round development of personality and for achieving academic heights for channelization of talents. Infrastructure facilities are created by Government Grants, which are given by State Government to run and strengthen the different departments. The college is spread over a vast area of 13 acres, lush green campus, well maintained library, multi-purpose Auditorium for seminars, seminar hall with ICT facilities etc. The college has taken a number of steps and initiatives to make the teaching-learning effective and efficient by providing adequate academic infrastructure. We have total of twenty six class rooms, seven lecture theatres and two open air theaters in addition to four computer labs, one soft skill lab, one seminar hall and nine smart class rooms.In our college there are twenty two labs for practical subjects. We have three chemistry labs, four computer labs, three home science labs, two zoology labs, three botany labs, three physics labs and one physics dark room, two labs for geography and two labs for psychology.To encourage sports we have Physical Education as subject in course curriculum. Our college provides facilities for gymnasium, Athletic Track, Hand ball Kho-Kho ,Volley ball, Kabadi, Basket ball in outdoor games and yoga, Table Tennis, Carrom Board ,Chess and Judo in indoor games. Every year our college organizes Annual athletic meet. Our college facilitates extensive use of ICT resources. Computers with Wi- Fi facility are used by administrative block and by every department. To enrich their teaching material and to deliver technology based lectures. We have nine smart class rooms,One Soft Skills Lab, one seminar hall and four computer labs which take help of ICT resources. An Edusat terminal is also functioning in our college.There is a system of optimal utilization of academic infrastructure.