Heritage Building: An important facet of the unique enabling environment is the charm of the Miranda House campus itself, hailed as amongst the most aesthetic and well maintained. Originally designed by the renowned architect Walter George, the college is built in warm red brick with long, cool spacious corridors. The sprawling well maintained lawns, the rich plant diversity add to its appeal. The unique architecture of the hostel building makes it a cinematographers delight and inspires all round creativity. Indeed it is a privilege to spend foundational years in the halls of residence. As the college has grown, several new buildings have been added in consonance with the original design. Special care has been taken to preserve the heritage of the pristine architectural glory.
State-of-Art Infrastructure: The advantage of a beautiful building is redoubled by the exceptional state-of-art infrastructure and modern facilities. The college has a strong IT backbone. The entire campus is on NKN and Wi-Fi enabled. The library has the most advanced digital facilities and provides access through Web OPAC. The student computer ratio is 2:1. There are several Digital Resource Centres, innovatively designed Learning Studios, Project-based Learning Labs, and Seminar facilities augmented by a Student Activity Centre. The science departments have sprawling wings and large state-of-art laboratories with multiple sets required for teaching large classes and additionally, advanced level equipment for projects and research work, rarely found in UG institutions. All facilities are shared and augment resource access of all departments.