For the greater good

XLRI Delhi-NCR Campus


The serene XLRI campus spanning over 38.5 acres boasts of a state-of-the-art academic learning center. The learning center has eight air-conditioned amphitheater classrooms, syndicate rooms, a computer center with the latest servers and workstations, and an air-conditioned examination hall.

Besides, the campus has a world-class library, superior IT infrastructure with Wi-Fi connectivity, state-of-the-art auditoriums, excellent sporting and recreation facilities and comfortable student and staff residences.

The computing resources at XLRI include latest servers and workstations, a state-of-the-art campus network and leased line of 100 MBPS raw bandwidth (1:1) WAN connectivity. XLRI has 10 gigabits ready Ethernet network in the campus to support the institute’s local area network.

XLRI Library

About the XLRI Library

The aim of the Library is to cater to the information needs of our Faculty, Research Scholars, Students, and its other Members. It is the heart of the institution and acts as a center for the collection of literature predominantly related to management, labour relations, and its allied subjects. And, intends to develop a comprehensive collection of information that is useful for teaching, research and learning purpose. To keep pace with the modern developments in the arena of library, the library has been automated with Liberty from Softlink Asia. XLRI’s library is well-equipped with a vast collection of study and reference material.

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The new XLRI | Delhi-NCR Campus is spread over an area of 36 acres, and as of now has 12 LH, 2 seminar halls, 204 hostel rooms for girls and 286 for boys. In addition a three floored library, Computer/Language Lab and AV Conference Room are also a part of the Campus.

Besides, the campus also has a large spacious cafeteria and common rooms for students. Two large auditoriums and an open-air theatre is under construction. The infrastructure of this campus has also been designed to facilitate the physically challenged.


  • The campus has been designed to promote eco-friendly transport and living.
  • Cycle tracks connect all buildings and cycle stands are proposed in front of all buildings.
  • The highest standards of safety and universal accessibility have been planned.
  • The orientation of the buildings have been planned using detailed sun studies and use of concepts of solar passive architecture.
  • Many of the areas that receive harsher sunlight have a second skin in the form of ventilated cladding.
  • The project has been designed to be able to achieve a possible platinum rating from IGBC in the future. A gold rating at the very outset is almost ensured.


Building systems are proposed to be as eco-friendly and climate conscious as possible. Buildings and surroundings are proposed to be designed using IGBC Guidelines with an integrated way of green buildings incorporating:

  • Site planning
  • Building envelope design
  • Building system design HVAC (Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning), lighting, electrical, and water heating.
  • Integration of renewable energy sources
  • Water and waste management
  • Selection of ecologically sustainable materials.
  • Indoor environment quality (Maintains indoor thermal and visual comfort and air quality)


  • Landscape of two distinct types
  • Formal landscape to interact with and enhance utility of adjacent building.
  • Formal landscape to have specific utility features like O.A.T., spill-out, canteen seating, meeting areas etc.
  • Informal landscape to act as buffers between buildings and other functions and be easy to maintain.


XLRI | Delhi-NCR Campus