Iconic architecture, vast green spaces, inhabited by the world’s liveliest minds
Spread over 102 lush acres in the heart of Ahmedabad, the IIMA. The campus has everything that an academic community could want: state-of-the-art-infrastructure, facilities that are an invitation to stay physically fit and opportunities to get outside and change the world.
Green Living at IIMA educates students and residents living on campus on sustainable practices and behaviors.
As the IIMA faculty has grown, the need for accommodation has surged past the original 110 housing units of the heritage campus. The recently constructed apartment block houses mean that all faculty reside on campus.
Accessibility for the Differently Abled
The IIMA aims to provide an enabling environment – in every sense. This has meant not only the construction of ramps and railings but high-power lighting and high contrast signage to help students with low vision. Elevators help differently-abled students use the underpass that connects the heritage and new campuses.
This project entails conservation, restoration and repair management of Louis I Kahn buildings at the IIM Ahmedabad campus for the Vikram Sarabhai Library building, the Classroom Complex, Faculty Blocks and 18 Dormitories buildings (D1 to D18).
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As a part of its community outreach programme, IIMA alongwith the Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation has set up a supplementary education/resource centre called Student-Mediated Initiative for Learning to Excel or SMILE for the benefit of underprivileged students living in and around Vastrapur, where the Institute is located.
Prayaas is a social initiative, being run since 2003, through which the IIMA community helps underprivileged children take their first step towards a meaningful education, a joyous childhood and a better future.
Pawsible is a students’ club that works for the interest of animals of IIM Ahmedabad. A quality about the IIMA community that will strike anyone is the love and compassion that the community shares for the animals of IIMA.