The School’s library is well equipped with a good collection of books, journals, reprints, theses and dissertations. Digital library of the School and the free access of E-journals under the UGC-INFLIBNET programme are also available through institutional network.

Collection: Major collection comprises of around 6000 books, current subscription to 50 periodicals, PhD theses and Dissertations submitted by the students of the School. The Library has access to 4000+ electronic journals and databases through the UGC Infonet Digital Library Consortium. It also has access to SciFinder, Web of Science, EBSCO databases.

Working hours: 9am to 5pm on all working days.

Membership: Students, Research Scholars and Teachers of the School.

Membership fee: Free

Integrated Library Management Software: The Library uses the library management software SOUL developed by the INFLIBNET Centre for all its housekeeping operations.The Digital Library of the School can be accessed in the University Intranet. The development of an Institutional Repository of the School is under preparation and the same is also available in the University Intranet.

Lab Facilities 
The school has a well equipped laboratory and research facilities for water, air, soil and sound pollution analysis, toxicological and waste management studies, and biodiversity, wetland and mountain studies and climate change studies.. Apart from the infrastructure cited, the School has a full-fledged computer lab with necessary software packages for ecological and environmental modeling studies

  • Environmental chemistry lab
  • Environmental biotechnology lab
  • Environmental microbiology lab & Toxicology lab
  • Remote sensing and GIS lab
  • Sophisticated Instrumentation rooms
  • MS lab (LC, GC, ICP)
  • Mercury Analytical Facility
  • Bioenergy Lab
  • Algal Lab

Major Instruments

  • MAAQMS – Mobile Ambient Air Quality Monitoring System  – Thermo
  • Greenhouse gas analyser-portable (INNOVA)
  • GC-ECD-FID-TCD – Thermo Scientific Trace 1110 & Perkin Elmer Clarus 500
  • GC-MS – Thermo Fisher Scientific – Model Trace 1300
  • LC-MS –  Shimadzu Model (LCMS 2020)
  • LC-QToF-  Waters (Model  UPLC XEVOG2 QTOF)
  • HPLC- Shimadzu Prominence UFLC, LC 20 AD.
  • ICP-MS  – Thermo Fisher Scientific  (iCAP Q)
  • Direct Mercury Analyser – Milestone (DMA 80)
  • CVAFS -Cold Vapor Atomic Fluorescence Spectroscopy – Brooks Rand (model III).
  • Accelerated Solvent Extraction – Thermo Fisher Scientific Dionex ASE 150
  • CO2 Incubator Make : Brunswick Scientific Model : CO28IR
  • Flame Photometer – ELICO CL 378
  • Fluorescence  Spectrofluorometer– Perkin Elmer LS-55  
  • Freeze Dryer – LABOGENE ApS- Scanvac Coolsafe Touch-110-4
  • FTIR-ATR – Shimadzu
  • Microplastic sediment separator – Hydrobios
  • Echosounder
  • Fume Hood – NuAir
  • High Volume Air Sampler –  Envirotech APM-550 MINI
  • Solvent Extraction System (Lipid Analysis) – Pelican Socsplus – SCS 03ASDLS (TS)
  • Microplate Reader Make :  Thermoscientific
  • Semi  Automatic  Nitrogen Analyser – KEL PLUS- ELITE EX (VA)
  • PCR Gel doc Make : BIORAD Model : Universal hood II
  • Petrological microscope Make :  Olympus CS31
  • Plant Growth Chamber –  LABLINE (Model :  SP5C/AL)
  • Portable weather station, PRO 2 & Davis Vantage VUE Model: 6351
  • Confocal  Raman Microscope with AFM – WITec  Alpha 300 RA
  • Spectroradiometer – ASD inc. FSHH 325 – 1075 nm
  • Thermo Gravimetric Analyser – TA Instruments, SDT Q 600.
  • Thermal Cycler – Applied Biosystems (Model :  9902)
  • Ultra pure water system  Make : Cascada TM – Lab water Model : 18.2M Ωcm-1
  • UV irradiator Make :  SAIC Chennai
  • UV Visible Spectrophotometer Make : Perkin Elmer & Shimadzu
Mobile Ambient Air Quality Monitoring System
Portable Green House Gas Analyser 

High -Performance Liquid Chromatography- Shimadzu Prominence UFLC, LC 20 AD


Liquid Chromatography Quadrupole Time-of-Flight, UPLC XEVOG2 QTOF


Direct Mercury Analyser – DMA 80. Milestone


Fluorescence  Spectrofluorometer– Perkin Elmer LS-55


Liquid chromatography–mass spectrometry (LC-MS) system, Shimadzu,2020


Gas Chromatography – Thermo Scientific Trace 1110


Supprorted under the NNRMS-SC-T programme of Govt. of India led by ISRO, Dept. of Space

The Centralised Remote Sensing and GIS Facility in SES is the pioneering facility for RS and GIS in a University in Kerala established with technical and financial support from ISRO, Department of Space, Government of India in 2003. The Facility aims to give advanced research and corporate training, consultancy and complete location based solutions to the academic community, Government departments/local self-governments and students. The facility is equipped with the State-of-the-Art software for GIS, Photogrammetry and Image Processing and equipment and peripherals including the powerful Graphic Workstations, PCs and Servers. The Centre offers short term programmes in geoinformatics.