It was felt that for efficient management and healthy growth of the College, communication, interaction and monitoring system must be improved. Therefore it was decided to convert the College into an e-campus through WLAN (Wireless Local Area Networking), which use radio waves to communicate among devices. An access point (AP) with an antenna is physically connected to a conventional wired Ethernet network and Servers as a bridge to the wireless network. Wi-Fi WLAN also supports communication among the client systems, allowing the devices to communicate directly with one another in a peer-to peer fashion.Up to approximately 150 feet, a Wi-Fi 802.11b WLAN typically can deliver broadband performance with a signaling speed of up to 11 Mbps. Actual performance depends upon the signal pattern and the number of walls, floors and other architectural obstacles in the area. Wi-Fi 802.11a WLANs can achieve speeds of up to 54 Mbps within a somewhat reduced range. We have installed the wireless equipments, which can give a signal strength up to 5 km range. In order to use the system effectively the students admitted this year, have been advised to purchase their own High-end Laptops with wire-less technology, which were made available to them through the College at concessional rate. Wherever required, Bank loan was also arranged for the students.