TAPMI Campus- From scratch to a palace

It took two long years for this enormous building to come up. Many batches heard about the plans many batches saw its foundations being laid. But we are the lucky ones to enjoy it and stay in the brand new hostels. Not that we are bragging but we really feel obliged to the Management and the strong alumnus base of TAPMI.

The new campus has state of the art facilities in three blocks of Hostels with double and single occupancy rooms, Academic Building with 10 air-conditioned classrooms, Knowledge Centre with three-floored library and a Computer Centre. The Student Centre with separate Gym and Yoga centre makes TAPMI a complete residential B-school which we always dreamt it of being.

The campus has it very own ‘Tapmi Greens’, an open air auditorium The Management is planning to have basketball court, volleyball court and a mini football ground. So there are enough avenues to keep students busy out of the classes too.

Here we see some pics of the enormous campus in the making which some locals feel is a palace.


2 thoughts on “TAPMI Campus- From scratch to a palace

  1. I called it a Dream Come True for all the TAPMIans (Students, Staff and Faculty) at last. With all modern facilities for a business school of high standards, TAPMI boasts of its infrastructure, faculty and staff, students and of course ALUMNI. In the years to come, the Home Coming celebrations should be grand levels in particular to those who spent yester-years compromising with a fond hope to see a different TAPMI. Yes, it has happened and the future students should make best out of the Environment and excel in their careers.

  2. Dear TAPMIan friends, I am excited and eagerly waiting to rejoin TAPMI on June 01, 2009 after a gap of 33 months. I captured some lovely and picturesque photos of TAPMI and Manipal (the newly done up end point with fountains and jogging tracks) during my recent trips to the new Campus. Thanks to the organisers of Atharva-2009, I have a full video of “Big Fight” – The Polemic participated by three banking doyens moderated by me on a full moon day on Jan 11, 2009, just before the academic sessions were to start. I also fondly recall the unique annual event – Quiz on the Beach and dinner. All my colleagues are surprised about the stories and anecdotes I keep sharing with them now and then. I hope the reunion with all my well wishers in and outside of TAPMI at Manipal be an enriching experience in the years ahead.With warm / best wishes – Prof Chowdari Prasad

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