A stairway to nature's version
of heaven on earth
Located in the north eastern Kerala, Wayanad is touted as one among the 50 must-see destinations
in the world by the National Geographic. Wayanad offers a picturesque ambience and the vibes
of tribal life combined with the tranquility of an amiable hill station that makes it a nature's
version of heaven on earth in Gods Own Country where humans merge with nature.
Wayanad nestles in the Western Ghats, on the top of the Deccan plateau, with the Calicut
International Airport less than 100 kms away. Road access to Wayanad is excellent from Kerala,
Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. The altitude ranging from 700 to 2100 meters above the sea level
attribute to the salubrious weather that graces Wayanad throughout the year. With the Tea and
Coffee plantations, and evergreen forests with wildlife; Wayanad is becoming a major tourist
destination of South India.
A township of ethical learning and serene living, cradled in the lap of nature
In sync with its vision to become one of the prestigious academic institutes in India, WIMS wants to add a new paradigm to the whole concept by injecting serenity into teaching, learning and healing process – while providing the calmness and stillness of the lush green areas, it also facilitates daily requirements of its inhabitants with residential blocks, recreational areas and academic ambience that make a campus personality of active lifestyle for the young students and faculty. The inhabitants shall develop an attachment to nature,
consuming less and contributing more. With winding walkways, long trekking tracks and adventurous mountaineering opportunities, learning truly merges with nature. The preferred mode of campus transport shall be cycles – wind, sun and water shall be used as sources of energy.
A Township of Learning and Well-being
50 acres of self-contained sustainable campus. State-of-theart Medical College and Teaching Hospital, Residential areas and Ancillary buildings. Expected on-campus population of students, faculty and staff: 5000
Healing Humanity and Caring Mother Nature
WIMS is committed to contribute to the environment and natural resources conservation and improve the living standards of local communities including large tribal population. Wayanad is one among the rare districts in India with 15% indigenous tribal population totaling to 100,000 in 13 sub-sects. WIMS will develop a sustainable campus that reflects environmental, cultural and social responsibilities and values across teaching and learning. WIMS green campus will be a Botanical Garden that enrich the environment: Renewable energy projects, Carbon neutrality activities like reduction of energy demand through minimal use of motor vehicles etc. Each student joining WIMS shall have a opportunity to plant and nurture a tree throughout his campus life, to be its mentor for life and get attached to the Mother Earth.