CPWD to build permanent campus for IIM-Tiruchi

T. E. Raja Simhan | | Updated on: Mar 12, 2018

Indian Institute of Management, Tiruchi, has entrusted the work of project management consultancy to the Central Public Works Department to construct the institute’s permanent campus in Tiruchi.

This includes planning, designing and construction of the campus at a cost of Rs 450 crore.

IIM-Tiruchi is the eleventh IIM in the country, which started its activities two years ago. It currently operates inside the National Institute of Technology (formerly Regional Engineering College) campus,

The campus will come up in 68 hectares allotted by the Tamil Nadu Government. It will accommodate 1,500 students, 300 faculty and staff members and will be fully self-sufficient for its residents.

The campus will comprise academic facilities, hostels for students, residences for faculty and staff, recreational facilities and a management development centre, according to a joint press release.

The construction of the campus will begin in March-April 2014 and is expected to be completed in two years. The institute aims to have a green campus and will be self-sufficient in terms of its water requirement in 5-7 years of its operations, the release said.


Published on October 24, 2013
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