Thursday, 6 May 2010


Situated at a walking distance from thickly forested, low foothills, AITS is literally nestled in the lap of Himalayas. Being a part of the verdant Amrapali Institute campus, the AITS building has been carved out of mango groves that existed there from earlier on. Thus, while mature mango trees densely shade the central courtyard of AITS, the front of the building overlooks a large mango grove bordered by newly setup lawns and decorative hedges.

This, however, is not enough for the inmates of AITS. Therefore, based on the suggestion of its ecologically sensitive, nature-loving Director, Prof. Ashok Malhotra, AITS decided to observe Earth Week by holding a tree and shrub plantation drive on Saturday, 24th April 2010. Students took up this activity very enthusiastically and the results are there for all to see and admire! Dr. Ajay Pali of AITS helped to organise the students. Vijay Singh Mahara, Bhavika Varma, Swati Kavidyal, Mohit Nagpal were amongst the students who displayed exceptional enthusiasm to organise the drive


  1. Ms. Sadhana thanks for giving me a good idea for creating a Blog for my Institutes.By Ambika Sachdeva

  2. Hello Everyone at AITS

    It was a wonderful year that I spent with you all. I had to return to Jaipur at short notice and did not get an opportunity to wish farewell. My best wishes are with all of you at AITS for a wonderful and great life ahead.

    Ashok Malhotra

  3. Nagendra Gangola15 July 2010 at 10:45

    Ms,Sadhna,It is really a wonderful initiative from you and a visionary gesture from AITS. I feel so good about this all and I feel delighted after reading about all the activities being exposed to the students of AITS by your department. All the best

  4. good start keep it up
    Dr. MK sharma

  5. hi mam...really its a nice piece of work...