CAMPUS LIFE

A home away from home..

One of the main focus of the education at FLAME University is learning for life. To enable this learning and impart knowledge, the campus has provided dedicated and quiet spaces that encourage learning. These spaces have been made specifically to create an environment conducive to grasping ideas and knowledge.

Vivekananda Library
The focal point of the campus that houses thousands of books across disciplines and consists of reading rooms, discussion rooms, reference rooms and computer lab amongst others.
Chanakya Lecture Theatres
The Chanakya Lecture Theatre houses the largest lecture halls on campus. Used mainly as a room for instructions, it is designed in a way where the rear seats are higher than those in the front, allowing large group of students focus their attention at a singular point.
Tagore, Ramanujan Lecture Theatres
The Tagore & Ramanujan Lecture Theatres are mirror images of each other, the former opening to the west side of the campus and the latter to the east. The lecture halls in each are smaller than the ones in the Chanakya Lecture Theatre. However, they all have state of the art equipment with optimum acoustic properties creating a better learning environment.
Aryabhatta Conference, Seminar and Classrooms
Aryabhatta has a variety of conference rooms, seminar rooms and traditional classrooms allowing greater versatility in its usage. Group work with individual attention to students such that they become active listeners and contributers in the class are the hallmarks of the design elements.
Raman - Chemistry Lab
The physics, biology, chemistry and mathematics labs at FLAME provide spaces for research and experiments. The spaces include workbenches with counter tops along with lab equipment and apparatus for conducting controlled experiments.
Bhaskaracharya - Physics Lab
Bhaskaracharya Physics Lab as part of FLAME's multidisciplinary approach encourages students to dive into the world of sciences. Conveniently located at the centre of the Academic Spine, it forms a core part of the FLAME academic experience.
J.C. Bose - Biology Lab
The physics, biology, chemistry and mathematics labs at FLAME provide spaces for research and experiments. The spaces include workbenches with counter tops along with lab equipment and apparatus for conducting controlled experiments.
Kalidas Centre for Performing Arts
It is a central hub for students learning theatre, music, dance and film & television. Its open and flexible architecture also allows an auditorium setting. It serves as a venue for all major cultural activities and community gatherings.
Raja Ravi Verma Centre Visual Arts Centre
It houses a painting, a design studio and a sculpture studio. Understanding the importance of both the left and right brain, students learn creative techniques and develop their understanding of the visual arts.
Kabir Recording Studio
It hosts facilities for sound recording and mixing. The recording and monitoring spaces have impeccable acoustic properties isolating and diffusing sound that could otherwise interfere with the recording. It also houses a preview theatre that allows our film and television students identify opportunities to improve their film.
Amphitheaters
Multiple open air amphitheatres are used for performances, recreation gatherings and conducting classes. They are steeply graded for optimizing views and sights. Panel discussions and guest lectures are also conducted.
Editing Room
It houses a professional multi –camera set up along with centralized light and sound control console giving students a real life experience in refined editing.
Academic Spine
FLAME’s academic spine is the central north-south axis around which the entire campus is built. It houses and connects the entire academic infrastructure.

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