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IIT Jodhpur is in the process of shifting to its sprawling state-of-the-art residential permanent campus on 852 acres of land located - 24 km away from the center of the city of Jodhpur on National Highway 65 towards Nagaur, N-NE from the center of Jodhpur. The permanent campus has 3 parcels of land. The Institute is finalising plans for adopting one of for harvesting technologies. This new campus has been planned meticulously and envisioned to stand as a symbol of academics – simple, but deep.
At present, IIT Jodhpur operates from two sets of temporary campuses, namely:
- Temporary Academic Campus
Currently, the academic campus of IIT Jodhpur comprises of three blocks, namely:
Academic Block 1: It houses several laboratories, the library, a computer center and offices of some Faculty Members.
Academic Block 2: It comprises of lecture halls, classrooms, language lab and multimedia lab.
Administrative Block: It comprises the Directorate, administrative offices, technical laboratories and offices of some Faculty Members.
In addition, the academic campus consists of some temporary structures used for different purposes such as laboratories and office spaces. IIT Jodhpur has established good academic facilities for teaching and research. The Institute has well equipped Laboratories and a Library.
- Temporary Residential Campus
GPRA Residential Campus
The major residential area is in a scenic campus located on New Pali Road, Vivek Vihar, Jodhpur, about 20 kms from the railway station. The campus is well guarded and equipped with basic amenities including Wi-Fi, recreational rooms and a computer center. Also, the residential campus provides accommodation for Faculty Members and Staff Members of the Institute. Transport facility is available between the Institute and Residential campus.
BSNL Residential Campus
The second residential campus is located in BSNL Colony on Pal Link Road in Subhash Nagar. Basic common facilities are available at BSNL colony. Transport facility is available between the Institute and BSNL Campus. All male M.Tech. and Ph.D. and some married students are given accommodation in this residential campus.
Area 852 Acres
Buit up area 852 Acres
Sports Grounds 5
- Math Lab
- Academic Zone
- Computer Lab
- Cultural zone
- Planning lab
- Girls Hostel
- Guest house
- Medical Facilities
- Cls. Room
- Residential Institute
- Residential Zone
- Residential Faculty Zone
Each student will be provided with a separate hostel room (~80 square feet). The room will be air-cooled, and have basic furniture (table, chair, bed and almirah) and Internet connection. The hostel (of 236 rooms) will have a gymnasium, a games room, a TV room, a music room, and a reading room. The Dining Hall caters to 1000 students. It will have separate vegetarian and non-vegetarian kitchens and dining areas, along with a generic food court.
- No. of Hostels 1
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Students Activities & Clubs
Essentially the Aeromodelling Club is a group for aviation and Aeromodelling enthusiasts in the Institute. Here, you will have an opportunity to make rockets, gliders, planes, hovercrafts and fly them up. Currently the club is using SOLIDWORKS for designing cad models and Aerofly deluxe for rc simulation of the model. Previously the club has made Rc planes, hovercrafts, ornithopter, autogyro, balsa gliders and water rockets. The activities of the club include lectures and workshops on various Aeromodelling and aviation topics and working on small projects.
With observatory nights held fortnightly, you get a chance to take a voyage of the universe when you get to see those rings of Saturn, moons around the Jupiter etc.!!! Regular lectures and discussions are held to help students develop a better understanding of those mysterious forces in nature. We use Starchart App (Available for free in Playstore) and Stellarium software to study star maps. The club currently has three fully functioning telescopes. The club made a record at the Inter IIT Tech Meet 2014 by detecting 72 objects in the overnight observatory competition “The Messier Marathon”.
Automobile club IIT Jodhpur is a group of passion-driven students who strive to constantly design and build cars and vehicles of all types. Ideas, thoughts, questions, basically anything and everything that screams "automotive", even plain feelings of infatuation are what drives the members of this club. Their vision is to promote and encourage interested and passionate students to design and build their own car.
Electronics club, IIT Jodhpur is a group of highly enthusiastic and motivated individuals who aim to promote and enhance the knowledge of all the IITJ fraternity into the vast and seemingly endless world of electronic gadgets.
Established the year our college started, we have gone from strength to strength in the past years. Whether it is algorithmic programming challenges, AI games, hacking on something cool, we do it together. So if programming turns you on, come on and get wired in!
Everyone should learn robotics and why should you learn it or why would anyone would want to learn it? Remember when you were kid you took stuff apart to see how it works and some time for repairing your favorite toy. Why do it? Because ROBTICS is ultimate blank canvas. It is human right to be able to dig into anything you have in front of you from phone in your hand to earphones in your ear to those remote controlled cars you had played with. You want to change the way anything works. You want your car should go around building autonomously or may be controlled by your voice. So that’s why we do it because it’s becoming more near to ourselves, an expression, and an extension of our intelligent of our mentality to create and to destroy in some ways. That’s why we do it. Point of club is to help you to get more into the tools necessary to those things, to help you to create and to augment your possessions and to destroy and recreate and that’s what we are all about at ROBOTICS CLUB.
Science Club is not concerned with a particular domain. It gives source to turn the innovative ideas which are not confined to a specific domain, to create zeal of science among students through interesting activities. Here they apply their general science knowledge to make practical models. Science club works on basic technologies and software in which no field specific knowledge is required. For example: Rube Goldberg: where basic science is sufficient to design that model, Rubik’s cube, computer tips and tricks etc.