The Herbal Garden maintained by the college serves the purpose of education, research and conservation of germplasm of medicinal and aromatic plants, wide varieties of endangered species, dye-bearing plants and other species of ecological or economic interests. By maintaining the Herbal Garden, the College help young generation to learn the fascinating world of herbal plants. At present more than 500 indigenous medicinal plants, including rare and endangered species are maintained in the garden. The herbal garden of the college is funded by National Medicinal Plant Board. The garden is now maintained by the institute with sustainable garden management. Student interns help in the maintenance of herbal garden and that creates an opportunity for experimental learning on weeding, planting, supplying nutrition, creating garden beds and maintaining plants. Weekly allocation of green hour in the curriculum also helps the students to enhance the activities related to herbal garden.