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The new XLRI | Delhi-NCR Campus is spread over an area of 36 acres, and as of now has 12 LH, 2 seminar halls, 204 hostel rooms for girls and 286 for boys. In addition a three floored library, Computer/Language Lab and AV Conference Room are also a part of the Campus.

Besides, the campus also has a large spacious cafeteria and common rooms for students. Two large auditoriums and an open-air theatre is under construction. The infrastructure of this campus has also been designed to facilitate the physically challenged.



Campus Design

  • The campus has been designed to promote eco-friendly transport and living.
  • Cycle tracks connect all buildings and cycle stands are proposed in front of all buildings.
  • The highest standards of safety and universal accessibility have been planned.
  • The orientation of the buildings have been planned using detailed sun studies and use of concepts of solar passive architecture.
  • Many of the areas that receive harsher sunlight have a second skin in the form of ventilated cladding.
  • The project has been designed to be able to achieve a possible platinum rating from IGBC in the future. A gold rating at the very outset is almost ensured.

Building Systems

Building systems are proposed to be as eco-friendly and climate conscious as possible. Buildings and surroundings are proposed to be designed using IGBC Guidelines with an integrated way of green buildings incorporating:

  • Site planning
  • Building envelope design
  • Building system design HVAC (Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning), lighting, electrical, and water heating.
  • Integration of renewable energy sources
  • Water and waste management
  • Selection of ecologically sustainable materials.
  • Indoor environment quality (Maintains indoor thermal and visual comfort and air quality)

Landscape System

  • Landscape of two distinct types
  • Formal landscape to interact with and enhance utility of adjacent building.
  • Formal landscape to have specific utility features like O.A.T., spill-out, canteen seating, meeting areas etc.
  • Informal landscape to act as buffers between buildings and other functions and be easy to maintain.

GLIMPSES OF THE XLRI | Delhi-NCR Campus