Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIITA) Allahabad Campus & Infrastructure
IIITA Campus :
The Jhalwa campus includes three Computer Centers with several labs each, lecture halls, a newly built auditorium, electronic library, and a residential campus. Various other facilities are under development.
The NSC complex includes five laboratories, eight computer laboratories, five lecture halls, a conference room, auditorium, library, cafeteria, office space and other facilities. The total covered area is about 25,000 sq. ft. Besides this, there is an open space of 50,000 sq. ft. that is used for parking, lawns and sporting activities.
The new campus has been developed on 100 acres of land at Devghat, Jhalwa, on the outskirts of Allahabad. The architecture aims to transcend established design conventions and make a statement about the similarities between atoms and bits. Instead of the traditional geometric lines, the campus and other buildings have been styled on patterns developed by internationally acclaimed scholar and mathematician, Roger Penrose.
Elements of the new campus? :
Within the Penrose layout for the campus, a central zone has been marked out for the academic core consisting of an administrative building, lecture theater complex, electronic library, computer laboratories and research facilities.
The sun pattern has been chosen for laying out the library and the lecture hall complex. The computer laboratories and the administrative buildings are derived from selected tessellated blocks in the star pattern.
The lecture theater complex has pentagonal lecture halls seating 100 students. Multimedia labs, tutorial rooms, faculty rooms, language labs and meeting rooms are also included. The basement of the building contains the air-conditioning plant and other service machinery.
Also present is an electronic library that provides students with connectivity to the latest technological material through networked workstations. There will be a total of 140 systems distributed over two floors. Reading space is provided at convenient locations.
The central portion has computer labs, while the arms of the building house faculty rooms and classrooms. The building has three levels, with an area of approximately 3820 sq.m. The total covered area in the academic campus is approximately 15,600 sqm. Dholpur stone and rough cast plaster are the two main finishes chosen for the building exteriors.
Sports facilities are located within the main campus, with a 500-seat sports complex.
This infrastructure is proposed to accommodate the needs of the institute for more than a decade.
The students have access to a regular bus service from the Jhalwa campus to central Allahabad (Vigyan Parishad).
The residential campus consists of a mens" hostel with capacity for 2000 students, womens" hostel for 500 students, 40-room air-conditioned guest house and staff residences for senior professors and other staff. Faculty hostels with two-room and one-room units meant for visiting professors are also be provided.
There are separate hostels for men and women, with single rooms (for the senior most batches) and twin sharing rooms. The spacious accommodations are provided with computers, along with 24-hour backup power supply. The hostel mess caters to the students' meals. Facilities for recreation and sports like cricket, football, badminton and table tennis are available with more on the way.
Area 100 Acres
Hostel Facility True
Scholarship Available True
Total Course 14
- Math Lab
- Acad. Zone
- AV Lab
- Boys Hostel
- Comp. Lab
- Convo. Hall
- Cultural zone
- Digi sign
- Edu. Fest
- Planning lab
- Girls Hostel
- Guest house
- International center
- Medical Fac.
- Cls. Room
- post off.
- Pr. Lab
- Resid. Institue
- Resid. Fac.
- video Call
Students Activities & Clubs
Vision is to nurture minds towards creativity and steer their talents towards high quality research in different areas of information technology. We have our state of the art facility to learn complex concepts of Artificial intelligence(AI). Robita is the official Robotics club of Indian Institute of Information Technology, Allahabad. The club is presently housed in the Robotics and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory of the Institute. Beyond the classroom, our students get plenty of opportunities to put their passions and talents into action. Robita provides the students to do the same. Robotics is the branch of technology that deals with the design, construction, operation and application of robots and computer systems for their control, sensory feedback, and information processing. These technologies deal with automated machines that can take the place of humans, in hazardous or manufacturing processes, or simply just resemble humans.
Synergy of thought, symphony of movement, artisitic expression and a sense of idyllic beauty - this symbolizes the ushma of the dance club. It is one of the most active club of IIIT-A. Starting from freshers, it manages dance performances in Effervescence and other club events. The club has performed various dance forms .
The IIITA music club which is a showcase of the musical talent of the institute. The club apart from having a college band has been successful in putting up wonderful performances and also being helpful in letting the student bite the music bug. The club attends various concerts and musicals during the year.
The dramatics club at IIIT, RangTarangani is responsible for organizing workshops (acting as well as scriptwriting) and holding drama competitions where young talent can be showcased. The club has been active in staging excellent performances both in hindi and english at various occasions.
The IIITA Sports club brings to you the spirit of life, the spirit of competition, the spirit to win, the spirit to participate and ultimately prove the one within you. We have the energy, the courage and the enthusiasm to bring to you the most lively sports events of IIITA. It's events like Gully Cricket, Street Football etc. are most interesting dusing fest.
Organizes debates, extempores and other literary competitions. It is also responsible for publishing IMHO (in english) and Swacchanda (in hindi), two magazines for in-campus circulation. SARASVA is the place to take halt and unveil your talent of appreciating the beauty of expression.
Stambh, as it is called is the Pillar of all the extra curricular activities of Indian Institute of Information Technology, Allahabad.The club has been doing its best every year to bring out the best potential out of the student fraternity.It manages all the college events including the college fest Effervescence.