aravali institute of mangement
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Forth coming events
Wasteland to Green Campus
In non-rainy days, there was no underground water
Migratory birds on one of the three spacious lawns
(2.5 acres each) at the campus
Salt pan with deteriorated soil around
Migratory birds in one of the 15 lakes on the campus
Natural amphitheatre with the capacity of around 2000 persons
This unique transformation story of Aravali campus from extremely high salinity arid wasteland into green campus has been chronicled by many experts and journalists from India and abroad, the links of which are available on The most comprehensive write up on our campus land transformation can be read at story-of-breathing-life-into-a-barren-land/.
Google Earth has also updated its map of the area of our around 100 acres campus and its vicinity, which can be seen at Institute of Management This map clearly shows 15 lakes, three large lawns, meditation centre, main building constructed, 3 kms long ring road along the boundary wall, around 10,000 trees on the campus land, road connecting the main entrance to the meditation centre, guest rooms, plots cut for the colonies coming up outside our campus, and above all, the transformed land with much reduced salinity on our campus as compared to the areas surrounding our campus.
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