Shailesh J. Mehta School of Management, IIT Bombay – [SJMSOM], Mumbai Campus Facilities
SJMSOM IIT Bombay Campus:
The IIT Bombay campus is situated at Powai, in East Mumbai, between the Vihar and Powai lakes. The campus is divided into more than 584 major buildings. The academic area is mainly occupied by the main building, various departmental annexes and auditorium. All department areas of SJMSOM are connected by a corridor named Infinite Corridor. There are a total of 16 number of hostels. Among them hostel no. 10 and 11 and a part of the newly constructed hostel no.15 are allocated for only female students.
- The campus covers 543 acres of a huge area.
- There are total of 16 hostel blocks.
- There are many campus facilities which make it a hotspot for education and much more.
- Due to the closeness of Sanjay Gandhi National Park, the campus is surrounded with enough greeneries and a pure environment.
- The institute has two swimming pools.
- There are football, cricket and hockey ground within the campus.
- Tennis, basketball, volleyball and squash courts are also there within the campus premises.
- All the classrooms, seminar halls, computer labs are modern structured.
- Wi-Fi enabled lobbies and wide open spaces for discussions and events.
SJMSOM believes in the overall growth of students. Several clubs are formed by the students of IIT Bombay MBA for their educational and cultural upbringing.
- Opera: The operational club arranges many seminars, workshops to discuss and make the student aware of business topics for their practical knowledge.
- Matrix: The marketing club.
- Consig: The consulting club.
- Finesse: The finance club.
- System@tics: The system club.
- E club: The entrepreneurship club encourages future entrepreneurs to stand by their own. Most of the alumni of this institute are a successful entrepreneur of the next generation.
- HUMANe: The HR club.
- Spike: The sports club encourages the student to become active through different types of sports. It also organises sports tournaments and matches.
- SOMskriti: The culture club organises many cultural events to provoke the student to show their hidden talents through various cultural programmes like singing, dancing, acting and other creative works.