The Campus (Transit & Permanent)

PRESENT TRANSIT CAMPUS

NISER is presently located in the Institute of Physics (IOP) Campus, near Sainik School, Bhubaneswar, Orissa - 751 005, INDIA. IOP has a campus spreading across 75 acres , which houses a state of the art Library, large Computer Center, Ion Beam Laboratory , Nanostructure Laboratory, besides the Main Academic building and a newly constructed centrally air conditioned extension building ,which is partly used for Classrooms and Faculty rooms for NISER, canteen, playgrounds. The entire campus is filled with lush green trees and a beautiful garden lays in front of the main building.

A beautiful building for NISER is under construction within IOP campus. The Laboratory blocks for Biology, Physics and Chemistry was inaugurated by Prof. S.K. Joshi, Chairman, Governing Council of IOP and Member, Board of Governors of NISER, on 27th February 2008. Foundation Stone for the construction of the new Girls' hostel was also laid on the same day.

The hostels and faculty quarters are located in Blocks D - 4 & D - 5 in the New Government Colony adjacent to Sainik School. A C-type Block is going to be handed over by the state government , which will be used as faculty quarters.

PERMANENT CAMPUS

NISER's permanent campus will be located at Jatni in the Khurda District, about 4kms from the Khurda railway station which is about 20kms south of Bhubaneswar Railway Station and about 25kms from the existing Bhubaneshwar airport. It is about 2-3kms away from the proposed site for IIT, Bhubaneshwar. A tender for the above purpose has already been floated at the estimated cost for the following buildings:

298 acres of land have been handed over by the Government of Orissa for this purpose. Fencing work for the entire campus area has been completed. Construction for the above structures is to start soon and the building is expected to be ready in a couple of years.

Another 3 acres of land beside the IOP campus has been given by Govt. of Orissa for a city campus of NISER,
which is planned to house a mordenised 1500 seater auditorium and guest house.