We try to meet the needs of a globalised society, though the academic programs are sanctioned by the University, we try to expose the students to a wide range of experience through innovative teaching and learning methods. ZGC provides a spectrum of academic experiences through lectures, seminars, workshops, film/documentary shows, theatre, projects and so on.
The institution sits on a hill named Krishnagiri. The verdant surroundings provide the perfect ambience for healthy and creative learning. Nestling amongst the greenery are the statues. The institution can boast of having the biggest Campus Statue in Asia. Buildings old and new rub shoulders with each other. We can proudly boast of being a politically charged campus. Students take an active interest in politics. They debate on national and international issues of the day. The library, which offers end less resources to learn. The canteen is a place for community gathering and endless discussions over food. The hostels provide accommodation to our students who from far flung places. The computer centre provides ICT exposure to eht staff and students through its various certificate and diploma programs. We also have banking facility through the extension counter of PNB. The ladies centre and the common room for boys are other facilities open to the students.
The campus dotted with art works like an open-air art gallery.
Presently there are four sculptures adorning the 92 - acre campus. The details of these sculptures are as given below:
(i) The statue of Buddha under a tree in a meditating posture symbolizes non- violence.
(ii) The statue of a girl reading a book, in front of the library complex, conveys the message of ‘Thamasoma Jyothir Gamaya’
(iii) The “greeting statue” on the hill side, in front of the campus, welcomes visitors to the campus and bids farewell to them when they leave the campus.
(iv) The main attraction of the campus is the huge statue of a girl in a squatting posture, reading a book in the light of a lamp, which is unique in several respects.
It is the biggest among campus statues in India.
The statue depicts female literacy which is essential for women empowerment.
It is 30 feet in height with a built-in mini stage (on the lap) and an art gallery with mural paintings, inside the sculpture.
It is a joint effort of professional and student sculptors.
It took 11 years to complete the project and the funding came from the college management and people representing all walks of life.
It was dedicated to the Nation on 30th March 2002 when the institution was celebrating its 125th year of glory