The permanent campus of IIMN is ready at Dahegaon Mauza, MIHAN, Nagpur, Maharashtra. It is 9 km from the Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Nagpur International Airport.
Built to cater to 600 students, the new 132-acre-campus has been designed to minimize the environmental footprint while facilitating learning both inside and outside the classroom. The campus will be developed in three phases.
Phase 1 covers approximately 60,000 sq. m of the site, and includes the construction of a state-of-the-art academic complex, library, administrative block, student hostels, sports complex and faculty housing. The campus will also house a Management Development Centre for the institute’s Executive Education Programme (EEP) and IIM Nagpur’s entrepreneurship incubation centre, InFED, in addition to allied infrastructure.
The development of Phase 1 of the permanent campus was flagged off at Shubharambh – the Groundbreaking Ceremony on March 6, 2019. More details here.
Proposed Permanent Campus of IIM Nagpur: A Walkthrough
Work at the Site in Progress
On 17 Sep 2018, the Government of India, Ministry of Education, approved the establishment and operationalisation of the permanent campus of IIM Nagpur (Phase 1), under which an area of 61, 617 sq.m. is being constructed, to cater to a student strength of 600, for an approved cost of Rs 379.68 Cr.
The work for Phase 1 commenced on 07 May 2019, with M/s Ahluwalia Contracts (India) Limited as the executing agency (Contractor). Engineers India Limited (EIL), a PSU, has been appointed as the Project Management Consultant.
The scope of work includes 33 buildings, to include Academic Blocks, Administration Block, Faculty Block, Multipurpose Hall, Students Hostels, Dining Hall, Sports Complex, Essentials Block, Faculty and Staff Residences and Engineering Support Centres, along with external services.
In order to commence operations from the new campus with effect from Academic Year 2020 – 2021, IIM Nagpur categorised the infrastructure by priority, as Priority 1 and Priority 2, with the aim of completing Priority 1 buildings by 31 May 2020. The work was progressing at the desired speed to achieve the target. However, there has been a delay in the progress, consequent to the outbreak of CoViD-19. Now, after remobilization of the resources, it is expected that the work will commence very soon.
Here are some views of the buildings at the site: