There are four, fully equipped science laboratories. Physics, Chemistry and Biology Laboratories meet the requirements of the school students. A great deal of practice is carried out throughout the tenure that students spend in school. The labs are well-adept to cater to the external examination

At SIPS our strong belief is that students of science should conduct as many practical experiments as possible to get the hands on experience on the topics they cover in their curriculum. Every student is encouraged to conduct practical experiments independently. Students’ safety is of prime importance in every nook and corner of the lab and this is enhanced by the support vast range of safe equipments, trained laboratory technicians and in advance preparation facilities.

Our Laboratories, the General Science Lab, the Physics Lab, the Chemistry Lab feature all modern amenities. There is an extensive range of scientific models, specimens, slides, charts, instruments, equipments and apparatus that cater to the scientific needs of all levels of classes right from the primary to the senior secondary level. Students experience the real sense of scientific concepts by carrying out hands-on practicals. This enhances their scientific enquiry and interest in pursuing it further as a subject.

The labs are spacious enough to accommodate more than thirty students at a time with sufficient working space. The lab has all the equipments that support the students. Each student is provided with adequate space to work independently in the lab. Our budding scientists of the school get opportunity to observe and perform various activities under the proper guidance of their teachers.

It is our conviction that effective teaching and learning of science involves a perpetual state of show and tell. We encourage the teachers to combine classroom teaching with laboratory experiments to ensure that their students grasp each and every concept thoroughly. This not only enhances deep understanding in children but also enables them to retain the knowledge for longer when they see the experiments being performed in front of their eyes.