The permanent campus of the Indian Institute of Management Sambalpur is to be developed in an area of land measuring approximately about 200 Acres at Basantapur village near Goshala near Sambalpur City. It is 5km from Hirakud Railway Station, 27 Km from District Headquarter Sambalpur, and 55km from Jharsuguda Airport. In Phase- I, 60,280 sqm approx. built-up area under various buildings of the Project shall be constructed. On Sept 2018, the Government of India approved a budget of ₹401.94 crores for facilitating the construction of the permanent campus. IIM Sambalpur had assigned NBCC (India) Ltd., A Govt. of India under the Ministry of Housing & Urban Affairs, for providing the “Project Management Consultancy” services for this project.
The 4-star GRIHA rated sustainable campus will follow energy efficient and ecologically sensitive principles of development. Domestic water consumption will be reduced by using Dual Flushing Cisterns, less water consuming urinals, showers, faucets, etc. The campus will be 100% day lit in regularly occupied living areas and fresh air ventilated interior spaces. Treated water from STP will be used for irrigation and flushing. Use of LED lighting and ECBC complied energy efficient electric appliances like DG Sets, transformer, lifts, pumps, motors, etc. will help in considerably reduced electricity consumption.
The most striking feature of the campus will be the incorporation of regional art that creates a symbiotic relationship with the architecture. Odisha’s traditional IKAT—a patterned textile-dyeing technique—is mapped onto the brick facade with remarkable elegance, in colors similar to the soils of the state.
The phase I works will have major buildings like Administration Building, Faculty Block, Academic Block, Auditorium Block, MDP Block including Guest House, Library & Incubation Block, Hostel buildings, Mess & Dining Block, Shopping & Activity Block, Sports & Recreation with OAT, Faculty Residence and Staff Residence, Directors Bungalow, Community Centre and Site development work, etc.
Construction Progress as on 03-NOV-2022
Construction Progress as on 30-Sep-2022
Construction Progress as on 26-Aug-2022
Construction Progress as on 16-July-2022
Permanent campus Walkthrough
Hon’ble PM lays the foundation stone