The Institute moved to its present Electronics City campus spread across 3,92,452 Square Feet Area in 2003. The campus features 5,000 plus square feet of landscaping with well-maintained lush green lawns and musical fountains creating an ideal learning environment to stimulate intellectual and personal growth. The campus has four main buildings: Admin Block, Leelavati- Women’s hostel, Bhaskara- Men’s hostel and Innovation Centre.
Designed and built in compliance with the highest global standards, the teaching and learning infrastructure features the most advanced elements of contemporary academic tools. Our three floored Admin Block is having an area of 1,26,000 square feet, accommodating Faculty rooms, Boardroom, Director’s Room, Library, Laboratories, Administration office, Discussion rooms and state-of-the-art ‘Smart’ Classrooms with high-speed data networks and large projection systems for audio and video. This building is fully air-conditioned space, uninterrupted power supply, and a well-crafted interior.
The well-designed main classroom comfortably seats in excess of 150 students. Video conferencing capabilities are built in using the state-of-the-art audio-visual equipment. They include electronic smart boards, location-sensing microphones, and multiple LCD projectors, thus enabling an enriching learning experience.
We also have a separate four-floored Innovation Center with 106 rooms for start-ups spread across 42,000 square feet of area.
Area 9 Acres
Sports Grounds 2
Hostel Facility True
- Boys Hostel
- Medical Fac.
- Cls. Room
Students Activities & Clubs
IIITB organizes intra-collegiate sports fest, “Spandan”. Students and alumni participate in the fest. Spandan includes events like cricket, badminton, volley ball, football, carroms, chess, online gaming contests and so on. IIITB understands its social responsibility and has its students working for it under the name AIKYAM. Our mission includes giving back to the underprivileged children of our society. Some of our activities include teaching spoken English, spreading computer awareness and organizing theater workshop for these children. Along with Infosys, IIITB conducted a Special Training Programme (STP) that helped nearly 100 students belonging to the underprivileged sections of the society. The experiment undertaken in 2007-08 got repeated at IIITB in 2008-09 and now in 2015-16. A similar programme titled “Udaan” was conducted for promising young graduates from Jammu and Kashmir.