Heritage Hall: The sprawling Heritage Hall with arched roof and large number of windows and doors overlooks the beautiful hostel building on one side and the Student Activity Centre on the other. It is used as a Learning Studio, furnished from time to time in accordance with needs of the activity being held. Since its inaugural with a flute concert by maestro Pandit Hari Prasad Chaurasia in baithak style, it continues to be a favourite concert location for SPIC MACAY chapter of Miranda House and has witnessed week long Virasat Festival with all night classical music recitals by who is who on the cultural circuit. It is used extensively for organizing concerts in dance, theatre and workshops; exhibitions of photographs, paintings and art installations; prestigious public lectures, panel discussions, workshops, seminars, conferences, debating tournaments, etc. A favourite location for media, two NDTV town hall discussion programmes for youth have been held here.
In the past two years, because of shortage of space, the Heritage Hall has also been used innovatively for holding tutorials, in banquet conference seating plan. Following the precept that best ideas often emanate from round table discussions, brain storming sessions, group work and formal tutorials are formally scheduled.