DYPIMCAM's advanced IT infrastructure is essential for supporting a wide range of educational activities. Over time, the institute has continuously upgraded its IT resources and infrastructure which now comprises of 276 desktop Computers, 6 Laptops, 20 LaserJet printers, 9 Projectors, 8 Wi-Fi access points, 33 CCTV cameras, 7 PA audio systems, 2 Xerox machines, 7 online UPS backup systems with a 125KVA genset for continuous power, 10 webcams with headsets, 9 additional Wi-Fi access points in corridors, library, and labs, and 3 strategically placed Smart TVs in boardrooms, seminar halls, and corridors.

The latest software applications include the Microsoft Campus Agreement, along with open-source software as per AICTE guidelines and the SPPU curriculum. Computers are equipped with the latest Windows operating systems and a variety of licensed and open-source software, including Microsoft Suite, Oracle, IBM Rational Rose, UNIX, Ubuntu, and others. Quick Heal antivirus software is renewed annually to ensure the security and operational efficiency of all institute data and resources.

The labs are equipped with projectors for practical demonstrations, printers, and scanners. All computers are connected through a LAN with structured cabling and client-server architecture, enabling efficient resource sharing and communication. The network includes five servers, with three dedicated to application software, ERP system and SPPU examinations, while the other two serve as antivirus and FTP servers.

Seminar halls and classrooms are equipped with Public address systems. The institute is secured with 33 CCTV surveillance cameras. Reliable internet connectivity is ensured, with speed of 100 Mbps and Wi-Fi speed as 30 Mbps. Network security is strengthened by SOPHOS, a centralized firewall solution that enables effective monitoring, bandwidth management, and internet security protocols.

To ensure quality teaching, learning, and research, the institute provides access to a variety of online resources. All classrooms are equipped with projectors, and the laboratories are well-equipped with internet access. Students and faculty members can access electronic journals and e-books from any device. They also have access to NPTEL and MOOCs resources, as well as research content. Additionally, digital library resources are available to both students and faculty members. Each faculty member has been provided with a Computer and Internet connection for creating computer-aided teaching materials. Printing facilities are accessible in both departments with regular maintenance which is carried by a dedicated maintenance team appointed at the Campus level. The coordinator of the Computer facilities oversees activities to ensure all computers and printers are functioning correctly and informs the maintenance team in case of any complaint.

Maintenance is done by a team of experts & engineers available in the campus on all days. Engineers and coordinator from computer lab coordinate the activity to ensure all computers and printers are in proper working condition