The college was setup in 1970 in Gandhi Nagar by the Delhi Administration (now the govt. of NCT of Delhi) out of grants from UGC and Delhi Administration with a specific objective of providing opportunities for higher education to women in the Trans-Yamuna area
Library :The Library is well-stocked and fully-computerized. It has around 53,600 books covering almost all aspects of Commerce & Humanities. It regularly subscribes to about 61 Periodicals including 10 daily newspapers in Hindi and English. Internet and OPAC facility is also available.
Computer Labs – There are three labs in the college with 115 terminals and Internet facilities for the students and teachers. These labs are also equipped with teaching aids such as LCD Projectors and Scanners.
Vivekananda Auditorium has a seating capacity of 700. It is fully air-conditioned and its light and sound system are currently being revamped. The Auditorium hosts various academic and cultural events of the college.
Sharda Hall: This air-conditioned facility can accommodate up to 150 students and is frequently used for seminars, talks and lectures by external professionals. It has an LCD projector and is also used for screening film shows by the Film Society of the college.
Canteen: The recently refurnished canteen is the hub of out-of-class discussions and exchange of information. It provides snacks, drinks and lunch at subsidized rates.
Bank: Banking services are provided by the Vivek Vihar branch of Canara Bank through an Extension Counter in the College. Depositing of fees etc.is done through this counter. Students can also open individual accounts with the bank.
Medical Facilities: There is a Medical Room in the College which provides first aid. An Allopathic doctor is available for consultation, for three hours, four times a week. An Ayurvedic doctor gives consultation twice a week, while a Homoeopathic doctor visits twice a week.