Most people frequently perceive engineering colleges as dull places. Obtaining academic excellence for better professions is the primary motivation for applying to these universities. However, there is no harm in studying in a location with a window so you can view the surrounding beauty. In India, numerous stunning engineering schools deserve to be tourist destinations.
IITs, NITs, FRI, BITS Pilani, IISc, RMK, and MIT, are a few of India's most stunning engineering schools. Students frequently ponder whether they could attend a school where they could gaze out the window and find a world of beauty as they study. However, pupils believed their superior academic performance got them into college. However, other colleges in India offer education on exotic campuses with the best faculty.
Here is the list of India's ten most beautiful engineering college campuses. Continuing the conversation, this page will provide you with a list of the region, location, and setting of those engineering institutes.
Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Guwahati is noted for providing its students with sunsets and sunrises that deserve bragging rights. IIT Guwahati is spread over a 285-acre tract on the northern bank of the river Brahmaputra. The campus of IIT Guwahati offers students the perfect environment for learning and relaxation, with the gorgeous Brahmaputra on one side and hills and wide open spaces on the other.
In addition to its natural beauty, IIT Guwahati is renowned for housing many migrating birds, which tend to add to the campus's allure.
IIT Guwahati was founded in 1994 and features eleven departments and three interdisciplinary academic centres spanning all the leading engineering, scientific, and humanities subjects, offering BTech, BDes, MA, MDes, MTech, MSc, and PhD programmes.
SSN College of Engineering, Chennai
SSN College of Engineering is a well-known engineering school renowned for its great campus. It is spread across a sizable 250 acres of wooded surroundings. It is a premier engineering school, has a lovely campus, and offers an ideal personal and professional development setting. The campus of the college, one of the greatest in India, is made up of beautifully constructed buildings with modern amenities.
The administration building at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Roorkee, built in the 1850s, bears hints of British design. This engineering institution features a lush campus with beautiful roads, many big trees, lovely walkways for pedestrians, gardens, etc.
On the campus of IIT Roorkee, there is also a church, a mosque, and a temple. The hostels feature modern amenities; some are over 7-8 stories high, and the college's library has four floors.
The college provides an Olympic-size swimming pool, synthetic basketball courts, a cricket field, lawn tennis courts, a football field, and ice hockey rinks for sports enthusiasts. For NCC training, IIT Roorkee also maintains army barracks on site.
Indian Institute of Science
Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata originally intended for the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) to be the "University of Research" or "Research Institute," which was finally founded in 1909. IISc, based in Bengaluru, is home to various native and exotic plant species, including about 110 woody plants. The campus's main thoroughfares bear the names of the prominent tree species. The Maharaja of Mysore graciously gifted about 400 acres of prime land to the Institute in Bangalore in March 1907.
The administrative and faculty halls are located in IISc's main building, which is known for its classical style and features a monument to JN Tata in front of it. Gilbert Bayes was the creator of this monument. CF Stevens & Company of Bombay created the college's structure, one of Bangalore's most recognizable monuments, in 1912–1913. Otto Königsberger, a German architect, built the buildings for the IISc's metallurgy and aerospace departments in the 1940s.
The campus is home to more than 40 departments located along streets including the Gulmohar Marg, the Mahogany Marg, the Badami Marg, the Tala Marg, the Ashoka Marg, the Nilgiri Marg, the Silver Oak Marg, the Amra Marg, and the Arjuna Marg.
The College spans 400 acres of land in the centre of Bangalore and is entirely residential. The campus has six cafeterias, a gymkhana, a football and cricket field, four dining messes, one multi-cuisine family restaurant, nine men's and five women's dormitories, an airstrip, a library, two shopping complexes, and living areas for faculty and other staff members.
The National Institute of Technology (NIT) Srinagar was founded in 1960 as the Regional Engineering College in Srinagar and is situated on the eastern edge of the city of Srinagar, close to the Hazratbal Shrine, on the western bank of Dal Lake.
NIT Srinagar is a residential institute with housing available in Hostels and Staff-Quarters, and it is situated in the picturesque Kashmir valley surrounded by the Himalayan mountain ranges. According to the official website, four boys' hostels and one ladies' hostel can accommodate roughly 1500 boys and 200 females.
The facility offers "NCC, NSS, Bank, Shopping Complex, Recreational Center, Dispensary with Ambulance, Guest House, Students Activity Center, Gymnasium, Internet Center, Telephone Booths, Fax Services, Diesel Generator, Bus Facility," among other services.
Sikkim Manipal Institute of Technology
Manipal Institute of Technology in Sikkim is a campus for this engineering institution at Majitar, Rangpo East Sikkim. The Sikkim Manipal Institute of Engineering (SMIT) campus is vibrant and a great place to learn because it is situated on the banks of the Teesta River and is surrounded by lush hills.
The Sikkim Manipal Institute of Technology, which has AICTE approval, was founded in 1997 as a constituent institution of Sikkim Manipal University. SMIT received engineering discipline accreditation from the National Board of Accreditation on January 22, 2008.
RMK Engineering College
RMK Engineering College, a 60-acre-large institution in Chennai, was founded in 1995. With TEDA support, the college built an energy park where solar energy pumps water and light various portions of the campus.
The school is described as extraordinarily green and lovely, with the entire campus landscaping with green grass, ornamental plants, and shady trees. The institution is proud of this clean, green environment that has helped foster a positive learning environment. The institution was named the Most Green & Clean Campus in 2003 by the Rotary Club of Chennai.
IIT Kharagpur was founded in 1951 AD. The layout of the current campus and the building designs were created by a team of engineers and architects working under Swiss architect Werner M. Moser. Over 20,000 people live at IIT Kharagpur, which spans about 2,100 acres. On either side of Scholars Avenue, at IIT Kharagpur, there are 21 student residences and 55 kilometres of roads throughout the campus.
However, the Technology Students' Gymkhana at IIT Kharagpur is the most well-known and scenic location there. It is the hub for all social, cultural, and sporting events. Numerous indoor and outdoor stadiums, a contemporary pool, and a gymnasium are present. According to the official website, the Gymkhana supports various unique interest organizations, including music, film, drama, and aquatics. Around IIT Kharagpur's Gymkhana is a lake and a garden, both of which have simply stunning views.
BITS Pilani Goa
The BITS, Pilani - KK Birla Goa Campus was established in 2004 and spanned 180 acres. The BITS Pilani Goa Campus was built by the RSP design company's Indian division. The Zuari River, hillocks, rivers, woods, and surrounding environment provide a picturesque background for the BITS Pilani Goa campus, tucked away among lush hills.
The school has Spacious labs, state-of-the-art classrooms with soundproof acoustics, modern furnishings, computer labs with internet facility, and a library. All institute residents have access to a Medical Center on campus, with two doctors, a pharmacist, and other support personnel. A shopping centre with a department store, cafeteria, bank and all other utility businesses provide essential support to the university prisoners, which is another facility on campus.
Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay was founded in 1958 and is situated in the Powai neighbourhood of north-eastern Mumbai, between the Vihar and Powai lakes.
The main building, several departmental annexe buildings, and auditoriums comprise most of IIT Bombay's academic space. A passageway known as the Infinite Corridor connects all departmental annexe buildings.
IIT Bombay includes minor hills like Sameer hill that are relatively close to the lakes, and students claim that the ascent from the lakes to these hills is a great experience.
Panthers, Leopards, and Gharial crocodiles have been spotted along the banks of Powai Lake because IIT Bombay is so close to the Sanjay Gandhi National Park.
There are a total of 15 student residences at IIT Bombay. In addition to tennis, basketball, squash, and volleyball courts, the institute offers two swimming pools, a football field, a hockey field, and a cricket field. Additionally, it provides a Students' Activity Center (SAC) for various extracurricular activities and cultural events.