Herbal Garden

The College has a well-maintained Herbal Garden spread over 4472.95 sq.m of land and an exquisite collection of rare herbs, plants, and trees. The Garden houses over 10114 medicinal plants and has a Demonstration Room. For precise and easy identification, nameplates of the plants with Sanskrit and botanical names are placed to help the students and the public. Plants are irrigated with water almost all day. Efforts are still being made to increase the present numbers.

Space for Herbal Garden: 4472.95 sq.m /48145 Sq. ft.

Plants: 10114 (412 species) as on 1/1/2024

Total No Of Vruksha — 699 Total Nos. Of Species Of  Vruksha-149
Total No Of Kshupa– 7494 Total Nos. Of Species Of Kshupa-148
Total No Of Lata– 1260 Total Nos. Of Species Of Lata-71
Total No Of Gulma – 661 Total Nos. Of Species Of Gulma-44


  1. It is a 70-year-old garden and has many old trees.
  2. Rare species like Pluchea lanceolata, Saraca asoca, Oroxylum indicum, Plumbago indica, etc., are present, so the garden plays a vital role in conserving medicinal plants biodiversity.
  3. Plants are properly labelled –Sanskrit name, Gujarati name, Scientific name and common medicinal uses.
  4. The garden is frequently visited by Students of our institute, other institutes, and Trainees of Various training programs in India and abroad.