The college possesses a state-of-the-art audio studio housed in twin sound proof rooms on the top floor. It is equipped with a fully-loaded workstation that consists of a 16-channel analogue audio-mixer, audio-monitor, speakers, microphones, computer and a two-track sound card. The fully air conditioned studio, serves as a laboratory to train students in various new-age audio-visuals genres. It is a place where students translate their theoretical knowledge into practice and experiment with sound and voice in many different ways. Students specializing in Communication and Extension produce jingles, public service announcements, talk shows, and podcasts in the audio-studio. Journalism students use the studio for practical classes and projects for their radio journalism and broadcast media papers. Recording and editing of radio programmes and editing of video films and documentaries are also undertaken in the studio. To maximize the use of audio-studio, short-term courses on radio jockeying and podcasting are also organized by the department for the benefit of students.