The biology lab of KCT’s Krishna School is well designed and arranged. It is equipped with a microscopes and all the apparatus and containers needed for performing the experiments. Additionally, there are various chemicals and acids required for preservation and treatment of the specimens. Being well designed with good seating, light and water facilities, makes the lab far superior.
On display are many plastic and fibre illustrated models of animal and human body parts. There are displays of skeletal models of pre-historic creatures, some animals and a complete human skeleton too. With respect to Avian Creatures, the lab contains a wide collection of beaks, foot, limbs, wings and vertebral columns of some animals and birds respectively.
A large vivid collection of specimens of various binomial nomenclatures under preservation are displayed for the students to gain knowledge. The lab also boasts of a good collection of species belonging to different groups such as mollusca, porifera, platyhelminthes, aschelminthes, arthropoda, coelenterate, echinoderms, rodents, reptiles, amphibians, aves, mammals, bryophytes, pteridophytes, angiosperms, gymnosperms etc.
In addition to all these, there are some rare biological specimens such as a life cycle of moths butterflies and toads, embryo form of a sea horse etc.