Amity University (AU), Noida - Campus & Infrastructure

Noida (Uttar Pradesh)   Estd : 2003 Approved by : NAAC, AICTE Type : Private

Infrastructure

All classrooms at Amity campuses are spacious and air-conditioned & most of them are amphitheatre style. They provide the most conducive atmosphere for dynamic and focused discussions.

Classrooms at Amity have been designed to bring together analysis with action and are augmented with integrated audio-visual teaching aids for lectures, presentations etc.

  • Area 60 Acres
  • Buit up area 101 Acres
  • Classroom 430
  • Sports Grounds 5

Facilities

Hostels

Amity University AU Noida, 1 Boys hostels and 1 Girls Hostels are available for it's students with facilities including A/C, Mess, Medical Fac., Sports, wifi, Tv room

BOYS HOSTEL
No. of Hostels 1
GIRLS HOSTEL
No. of Hostels 1

Students Activities & Clubs

Amity Football Club

While football is the most popular sport in 200 countries, Amity has a mission to make it a popular sport in India. The Amity Football Clubs - Amity United Football Club (AUFC) and Indian Nationals Football Club (INFC) is one such initiative of Amity to make football a popular sport among the Indian youth.

Cultural Club

The cultural activity team of ALSII commonly known as CAT aims to encourage student’s interest, participation, and responsibility in the ingenious field through a medium of creative art and literary curriculum & Scope. The inventiveness is to provide social, cultural and recreational activities for the college community. The Club, committee meets weekly and provides inspiration and opportunity to students to work on individual and group activities. The students develop and organize own clubs and have the opportunity to demonstrate and develop their leadership and decision making skills. The clubs provide a learning experience for the members as students are responsible for the organizing, funding, public relations, regulating, and scheduling activities for these clubs under the direction of the faculty Coordinator.

Technical Club

There are eleven technical clubs in the department to motivate students and to provide a platform for research and innovation. These clubs are chaired by esteemed faculty member of department and the student president. Each club represents a highly enthusiastic, motivated students to spread their knowledge through various innovative activities. These club organize many technical events on regular basis.

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