Amity University (AUMPG), Gwalior - Campus & Infrastructure

Gwalior (Madhya Pradesh)   Estd : 2010 Approved by : UGC, NAAC Type : Private

Infrastructure

Amity University Madhya Pradesh located on 110 acres of land opposite Gwalior Airport, will impart modern, practical and research-based courses which will lead to the development of manpower which is employable and ready for industry. 

 

  • Area 110 Acres
  • Sports Grounds 1
  • Hostel Facility True
  • Scholarship Available True

Facilities

Hostels

Amity University AUMPG Gwalior, 1 Boys hostels and 1 Girls Hostels are available for it's students with facilities including Medical Fac., wifi, Bed, Mattress, Table, Chair, Tv room, Cold Water

BOYS HOSTEL
Capacity 240
No. of Hostels 1
GIRLS HOSTEL
Capacity 240
No. of Hostels 1

Students Activities & Clubs

Eco-club

Activity:

Eco-club Amity University Gwalior celebrated its 2nd anniversary on 17th February 2016. The program included two events- a lecture on Disaster Management and Communication and a skit. The event was attended by the first year students of all the departments. The event started with the floral welcome of the invited guest, Mr Jayant S Bhide, a reputed professional member of disaster communication by Hon’ble Vice-chancellor Lt.Gen. V K Sharma, AVSM (Retd) and Prof. S P Bajpai, Chairman Eco-club.

The first event was a skit performed by the members of the club. The theme of the skit was “Nature Vs. Human”. The skit showed the evolution of human beings and their story of struggle for survival. It also depicted the increasing greed of human beings and how it is destroying Nature. The skit was acted, narrated and directed by the club members.

The second event was the lecture on disaster communication by Mr Bhide, President of Amateur Radio Club, Gwalior. Mr Bhide with more than 35 years of experience in providing disaster communication enlightened the audience with his words and knowledge. The lecture was based on the use of HAM Radio in case of disasters. Mr. Bhide also elaborated on how the radio can act like a boon in case of failure of available traditional forms of communication. The session ended with the question-answer round where the audience interacted directly with Mr Bhide.

The event concluded with a vote of tanks proposed by Mr.Pankaj Kumar, President Eco-club. Mr. Kumar expressed his sincere gratitude on behalf of the club towards the invited guest, Administration and ASCO team. He informed the audience that the club will keep on organizing popular events like surveys, street plays & skits for bringing about awareness in this society.

 

Red Ribbon Club

Activity:

Red Ribbon Club of AUMP organized an expert lecture on “Drug Abuse & Addiction in the Society” on 21.8.2015. Mr. Vijay Kalsi, IRS, Narcotics Commissioner of India. In his enlightening address to the students Mr. Kalsi spoke of the menace of drug abuse and addiction among youth in the society. Mr. Vijay Kalsi talked on various natural, derived as well as synthetic chemicals popularly used as Drugs. Government regulations regarding possession and/or trafficking of such chemicals were discussed at length. Hon’ble Vice Chancellor, AUMP Lt Gen V. K. Sharma (AVSM), Retd., Pro Vice Chancellor Prof. (Dr.) M. P. Kaushik, HOIs of various schools and faculty members along with Dr. Sumit Narula, Chairman, Red Ribbon Club, Dr. Rachana Kathal, Program Officer, Red Ribbon Club, the students of first semester were present in the auditorium of AUMP. Hon’ble Vice Chancellor, AUMP Lt Gen V. K. Sharma (AVSM), Retd., gave his concluding remarks and vote of thanks was delivered by Dr. Sanjay Gomasta, Associate Professor , MAE, Amity School of Engineering technology.