The Department of Management Studies has 5 fully airconditioned Wi-Fi enabled lecture theatres equipped with LCD projectors to ensure the best possible environment for learning. The auditorium has a seating capacity of over 150 and hosts numerous guest lectures, seminars and other programmes. In addition to a large collection of management books, the departmental library houses one of the biggest collections of management-related fieldwork reports available in any institution.
The students have access to Internet and the Central Library, which contains a large section of management books as well as Department library. It has a state of art modern computational and laboratory facilities with Projection System and PCs, which are networked through institute-wide fibre optics backbone.
The following laboratories facilitate learning and research:
Strategy and Competitiveness Lab
The Central Library with books and journals on all disciplines is one of the largest of its kind.All students, faculty members and employees of the Institute are entitled to make use of the Library facilities on taking library membership. The Library, besides having a huge collection of books on engineering, science and humanities offers library services through its various Divisions. Initially setup in 1961, the Central Library moved to its new building in May, 1988.
The Departmental Library at the Vishwakarma Bhavan has an extensive collection of books, working papers, audiovisual resources, annual reports, and bound volumes of periodicals and literature related to the management sciences which makes it a learner’s paradise. The library has subscribed to leading management journals like Harvard Business Review, California Management Review and Sloan Management Review to help students identify and understand significant trends in management.
The e-resources include INDEST, EBSCO, ACM Digital Library, Capitaline, Sage Management Journals, ISI Emerging Markets, Euromonitor(GMID), Emerald ,IEEE, Springer Link and ABI/Inform. These resources are accessible throughout the campus.
There are thirteen Student Hostels at IIT Delhi are named after the mountain ranges of India. The eleven Boys’ Hostels and two Girls’ Hostels house around 5000 IITians.
|Himadri Hostel||Kailash Hostel|
Each hostel is self-contained with a mess, common room, reading room, indoor games room, gym and other such facilities. The rooms are provided with internet through a 10 Mbps leased line. There is a Warden-in-charge of every hostel. An elected student body with House Secretary, Mess Secretary, Cultural Secretary, Sports Secretaries, and Secretaries for various functions and along club representatives run the hostel functions and ensure that the stay in hostel is memorable.