GPS Eco club was opened on 22/01/11 to mark Animal Welfare Fortnight (A.W.F.). It helps the students in development in the area of eco-awareness, which helps them in environmental science and making them as eco-activists. Time to time the eco club organizes eco classes for awareness among the students with various activities such as making of bird feeder, nest, bird watching, quiz, debate, art, eco tour, tree plantation, zoo education etc. GPS eco garden was opened on 06/07/11 to mark Vanmahostav and celebrating wildlife week, animal welfare fortnight, world animal day etc. The eco garden is a model of biodiversity of river Brahmani, flows from Rourkela and criss-crosses at Bhitarkanika marine sanctuary. The students gaining knowledge on ecology from eco club can pursue higher studies in the field of environmental science and can join the Indian forest services, veterinary science etc in future.