The post -lockdown COVID year has witnessed a continuation of the use of ICT by teachers for effective teaching learning process. After one and half years of purely online education, a return to the chalk and talk method only, would be a regressive step. Keeping this view in mind, the teachers have employed a blended means of teaching where one-to-one lectures are supplemented with materials in the form of power points, videos, animations and audio books. The College, with the support of the Government of Kerala, the UGC and NPTEL, has provided ICT tools and resources for the same like laptops, desktops, LCD projectors, interactive white boards, the INFLIBNET facility, V Labs and the Moodle LMS platform. Teachers use these facilities to prepare materials to disseminate information and students are encouraged to utilise them for effective learning. At present, the Higher Education Council of Kerala has provided the College with its Moodle platform as part of its DIGICOL project. Teachers have also continued the use of public platforms like Google Classroom, Google Meet, Google Forms, Zoom You Tube, Telegram and WhatsApp. Students are encouraged to use open resources like e-PG Pathshala, Shodhganga, National Digital Library of India, NPTEL video lectures and access the INFLIBNET facility of the College.