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Integrated Design for Sustainable Living

Sustainability is not just a buzzword for us; it’s ingrained in our design philosophy. Buildings on our campus are a testament to design thinking that incorporates outdoor corridors, natural ventilation in common areas, “jaali” sunshades, and other passive features. These elements harmoniously merge with technologically advanced building systems to create a living and learning environment that respects nature.

Our commitment to sustainability is reflected in the innovative construction of our buildings. A double-wall construction with brick cladding and AAC blocks reduces heat gain in the interior, ensuring energy efficiency. Fenestrations are strategically managed to welcome ample daylight into interior spaces, creating a vibrant and uplifting atmosphere.

Jaali: A Symbol of Ashoka's Identity

The stone jaali, a prominent feature in our architectural design, is not merely a functional element; it’s a symbol of our identity. Designed to cut glare and provide diffused light, the jaali has become synonymous with the brand of Ashoka University. Beyond its utility, it adds an aesthetic touch to our buildings, making them an integral part of campus life.

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