Facilities At Aayojan


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 Architecture is a creative field demanding a conducive environment for ideas to flourish. Aayojan, Pune is committed to provide State-of-the-art Facilities to our students. The Phase I of the new campus is due for completion.

Aayojan Pune is envisaged as a 'RESIDENTIAL DESIGN SCHOOL' with well appointed staying and mess facilities. Here students will have an environment that encourages interaction which is an integral part of creative education. Any talk with professionals who have graduated from any of the world's better known schools of Architecture and one common factor emerges. The long debates that spilled over from classrooms onto canteens and well-designed open spaces in large campuses. This is exactly what we are aiming for at Aayojan. Design is a subjective field. There are no clear cut answers and it cannot be taught in the conventional manner of lectures and assignments alone. . There are a lot of greys in-between the blacks and whites that need to be threshed out  It is these debates that leads to great design. 

An environment that fosters such healthy interaction with one's fellow student's and seniors will surely give an edge to Aayojan students over other day school campuses where the cut off from the campus is inevitable. 

The 70,000 square feet  Academic Building with Nine blocks  is designed to accommodate spacious Studios, tiered Lecture halls, Workshops, Labs, Exhibition Hall, Auditorium, Faculty rooms and Administrative areas.It is planned keeping in mind Future growth including Post graduate courses in Architecture.


  • Naturally lit and well ventilated studios
  • Tiered Lecture Halls with modern audio and visual facilities
  • Modern Reprographic facilities
  • Well equipped Library
  • Advanced Computer Lab
  • Comfortable hostels and Mess facilities
  • Recreational  Facilities
  • Highly Qualified Faculty
  • Guest Room facilities


The Campus

The school is situated on a three and half acres site in village Warawadi, at Foothills of Fort Purandar, Situated at 20 Kms from Pune City. The Campus is accessible by road and  is situated off Pune Satara National Highway.

Academic Block

This block contains well furnished, lighted and ventilated studios, lecture rooms, A.V. halls, Computer labs, library, workshops for carpentry, smithy and civil, structure & surveying labs, material museum and arts studio.


A well-equipped library is planned  as the focal point of the Academic Block with easy access from all parts. It presently contains more than 500 books, journals and magazines, related to subjects of Architecture, and grow every year. 

Lecture Halls

Tiered  lecture halls having seating capacity of 40 students, each will be  equipped with audio-visual facilities like OHP, LCD Projector, Slide Projector etc.

Computer Lab:

The computer lab at Aayojan is equipped with the very latest by way of machines and software, as well as knowledgeable faculty experienced in relevant CAD software.


Well-equipped on campus workshops for Model making and carpentry shall help impart practical knowledge and give opportunity to know the trades in detail.


The hostel blocks for girls and boys are separately located on the campus with a common mess. The total capacity of the hostel is 100, with 50 beds for boys and 50 for girls. There are two categories of Rooms

1. Three Seater Rooms

2. Four Seater Rooms 

Each room is planned to be well equipped with chair, table, beds and wardrobes. 



Internal Complaint Committee:

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Women Grievance Redressal Committee:

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RTI Officer and Appellant Officer:

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Anti Ragging Committee and Policy:

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