How is the infrastructure of MODY UNIVERSITY?

How is the infrastructure of MODY UNIVERSITY? ?

Dharmesh Adhikari , 11 Jun 2019

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Mody University has a campus that is aesthetically designed and marked with 73 state-of-the-art buildings with a built-up area of more than one lakh square meters and 10kms of internal campus roads. State-of-the-art 55 Laboratories including 16 computer laboratories. Enviable infrastructure amidst scenic lush green, environment-friendly backdrop and a campus which is an epitome of tranquillity. It is an ISO 14001:2004 certified university campus. Educational initiatives exclusively for the women of today and tomorrow. Multi-discipline courses with inter-disciplinary options. Faculty student ratio is 1:12. Mody University has a collection of 60,442 books under 22,829 titles. It subscribes to 2525 E-journals/ E-Database, 215 National Journals/Magazines & 35 International Journals, Digital Library has a wide collection of soft resources. The whole campus is Wi-Fi enabled and also having internet connectivity through 70 Mbps leased line. 01 Gbps leased line is also installed under the scheme of National Knowledge Network (NKN), Government of India. Creating a global outlook through foreign language courses in Chinese, French, German, Japanese and Spanish. Five-star residential facilities (A.C. and Non-A.C Rooms), exquisite Dining hall and Cafeteria, Fully Wi-Fi campus; and 100% power backup. State-of-the-art Auditoriums with the capacity of 350 and 1100 people Floodlit Lawn Tennis Courts and Playgrounds of International Standards are spread in an area of 17.5 acres. There is an Equestrian wing consisting of 55 horses with an Olympian trainer. A 100% power backup with 2555KVA power supply from its own powerhouse ensures uninterrupted studies as well as computer and Internet connectivity for students. Fully equipped Clinic with two Resident Lady Doctors and female nursing staff. Two ambulances are available round the clock in the campus. Shuttle bus facility for students to commute within the campus. A lotus-shaped aesthetically designed temple and meditation hall (Tapovan) for praying, yajna and meditation. Daily Yoga classes in the meditation hall. For admission: