Campus and Residence


Sri Aurobindo Centre of Arts and Communication (SACAC) surrounded by vast stretches of green with the historic monument of Qutub Minar in the backdrop provides an ideal environment for learning and scholarship. Studying at this idyllic locale in the heart of the bustling metropolis of New Delhi, Vedica Scholars will get to hobnob with the who’s who of academia, business, government, politics and more.


Apart from its favourable location, the facilities provided to students on campus include:

• Library
• Mess/Cafeteria
• Auditorium
• Amphitheatre
• Open lawns
• Tutorial rooms
• Writing Centre


The living quarters for the Vedica Scholars are in a part of South Delhi that is dotted with medieval era colonies or sarais. And Katwaria Sarai – a home away from home – is a modern, fully-equipped and secure residence that will be provided to all 60 Vedica Scholars. Overlooking the historic monument of Qutub Minar, Katwaria Sarai, the hub of student housing in South Delhi, is less than 1 kilometre away from SACAC, making the travel between ‘home’ and ‘campus’ seamless.

The students will be given twin-sharing rooms, with air-conditioning and attached bathrooms. The residence will also be wifi-enabled to ensure an effective working environment for students even in the comfortable spaces of their residence. There will be a separate mess area where students will be served two meals in a day (lunch will be served on campus).

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