Showcased NRR Projects


Shri Lakshmi Narayan Temple, Jaipur

The Shri Lakshmi Narayan Temple in Jaipur is a stunning marble temple with stained glass windows depicting scenes from Hindu mythology, evoking Rajasthan's rich architectural and sculptural heritage. The main temple is built on a marble base that spans over 29,000 square feet. The temple's two halls, Nat Ghar and Sabha Mandapam, accommodate 200 and 300 worshippers, respectively. The temple's architectural achievement is that its two-ton monolithic dome is backed by only one pillar. The temple was installed at the foot of the Moti Doongri hills in 1985.


BM Birla Science and Technology Centre, Jaipur

The Birla Science and Technology Centre in Jaipur, established by the Birla Institute of Scientific Research, serves as a training facility for young scientists and students. Its campus features a conference center, a planetarium, and a research and development wing. The center’s conference halls and lecture rooms can accommodate up to 400 guests, while the exhibition space—40,000 square feet indoors and 50,000 square feet outdoors—is ideal for science, technological, and cultural activities. The auditorium has a seating capacity of nearly 1,300 people.


MP Birla Hospital and Research Centre

The MP Birla Hospital & Research Center in Chittorgarh is part of a long tradition of superior healthcare delivered by the MP Birla Group, which has always been committed to effectively transforming hundreds of lives and leading them from disease to well-being with the use of cutting-edge technologies and clinical expertise. The Chittorgarh Hospital was established with the aim of providing cutting-edge healthcare services at an affordable rate, making it "everyone's hospital" and a source of hope and healing.


Rukmani Birla Hospital, Jaipur

RBH is a 230-bed multi-specialty hospital in Jaipur that provides extensive inpatient and outpatient services. This multi-specialty hospital caters to patient demands and ensures that patients are well cared after by a team of efficient physicians, nurses, housekeeping, and back-office managers. It is based on three main principles: Clinical Excellence, Ethical, and Patient Centric Approach. RBH has 24 specialized healthcare units, each equipped with cutting-edge medical technology and staffed by a team of professionally qualified doctors and nurses. With its modern and upbeat vision, the committed team at RBH is poised to accomplish achievements in the healthcare industry.


Rukmani Birla Modern High School, Jaipur

Jaipur's Rukmani Birla Modern High School was established in 2003. The co-educational senior secondary school, which is affiliated with the Central Board of Secondary Education, has over 2,300 students. The school, which is spread over 20 acres, has a sports complex with facilities such as an athletics track, football and hockey fields, basketball courts, and courts for games such as volleyball, lawn tennis, and badminton. Any of the school's notable buildings include an air-conditioned gymnasium and a multi-purpose auditorium with a seating capacity of 1,000.


BITS Pilani

Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani (BITS Pilani) is an Indian private deemed university. It is mainly concerned with higher education and research in engineering and technology. With four developed campuses and 15 academic departments, it has become the first international deemed university, spearheading in technology, engineering, and research since expanding to a campus in Dubai. The institute was established in its current form in 1964. G.D. Birla supported the institute's transition from a provincial engineering college to a national university during this period. BITS Pilani has had a tremendous influence on corporates, academics, science, entrepreneurship, the arts, and other sectors through its highly competitive and widespread alumni network that spans the globe.


LNM Institute of Information Technology

The LNM Institute of Information Technology (LNMIIT) is a deemed university situated on a 100-acre campus in Jaipur, India. The institute is a public-private joint initiative between the LNM foundation and the Government of Rajasthan that acts as an independent non-profit entity. Communication and Computer Engineering (CCE), Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE), Computer Science Engineering (CSE), Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering (MME), and Mechanical Engineering are the four disciplines offered by the institute. On-campus accommodation, hostels for boys and girls, recreational facilities, a shopping centre, studio apartments and staff housing, an open-air theatre, lecture halls, laboratories, and LAN/WiFi access are all part of the Institute's infrastructure.


UltraTech’s New Greenfield Unit in Pali

UltraTech Cement has started work on a new greenfield cement plant in Pali, Rajasthan, India. With the addition of the 3.5 million tpy factory, the company's production in the state will exceed 13 million tpy. “Due to many ongoing government infrastructure growth projects, Rajasthan has emerged as one of the fastest-growing markets in north India,” said KM Birla stating reason for setting up this plant. “UltraTech is pleased to support Rajasthan's development initiatives by increasing the capacity of its cement plants.” The new cement plant is one of many investments made by UltraTech's parent firm, Aditya Birla Group, in the province.


Birla Public School

Vidya Niketan Birla School is an Indian boarding school. Shishu Mandir, later renamed Vidya Niketan (popularly known as Birla Public School), was founded in 1944 by the Birla Educational Trust under the direction of Dr. Maria Montessor. Madam Maria Montessori's awareness of the unique needs of developing youngsters, as well as her artistic sensibility. Before 1948, the Institution was a day school. The school became a solely residential college in 1952. The school was admitted to the Indian Public School Conference in 1953.


Neota Village Project

Neota, a village in Rajasthan's Jaipur district, became a model village in 1977 as a result of infrastructure and capability growth. To improve living conditions, the CK Birla Group constructed concrete houses with clean water supplies, power connections, and flush toilets. Concrete tar roads were also built to improve access to the village. This project was undertaken as a CSR project by Birla Group.

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