Oasis Valleys - Brief Synopsis

Major Components of Oasis Valleys Institution


The building constructed in phase 1 is to have 3 distinct components:


  • 2 Tutorial Halls; each having an area of 1100 sq feet having spill over area with beautiful landscape. One hall has conference arrangement having capacity upto 50 participants, Second hall has free arrangement to accommodate 120 student participants at a time.

  • 11 Residential Rooms; each having an area of 250 sq feet including an attached bathroom and dressing area facility. Rooms are having facilities for stay for 3-4 adults & 5-6 children at a time with big glass windows, elevated bed & spacious passage between the rooms.

  • Service Amenities like Reception, Accounts and administration, Library hall, Common kitchen and A large terrace for larger gatherings. 2 additional Multipurpose halls are developed for Dining, Dormitory, Group discussions etc. whatsoever needed as per the requirement of the group. Spacious Longue areas are provided for free movement by participants & students.



Utility Infrastructure Components developed or being developed:

  • Alternative / Emergency Power Backup

  • Water Supply, Drainage and Storm Water Disposal

  • Communication and Connectivity

  • Audio Systems and Relevant Acoustics

  • Security and Surveillance

  • Access Control

  • Fire Safety


Construction Highlights:

  • Exposed RCC work

  • Exposed Brick Masonry

  • Building Cooling System (Double brick walls with cavity in-between)

  • Landscape around Building

  • Spill-over area of Halls

  • Minimal waste production


Brief Synopsis of Oasis Valleys Campus


Oasis Valleys Fact Sheet:

  1. Land: 9 Acres, Ravine-Contour Land, Valley Depth 50ft. (2 Acres Plateau, 7 Acres Slopes & Valleys.)

  2. Oasis Valleys Institute: 

    • Institute Building, 17,000 Sq.ft. in Ph.1

    • 2 Halls with capacity to hold 100 children Or 70 adults each 

    • 11 Residential Rooms for boarding @ 30 adults Or @ 50 children/youths + Dormitory (50 children) 

    • Offices, Library

    • Domitories for Children, Kitchen & Dinning hall (U/c)

  3. Agricultural Projects: 

    • Planned Forest: 5000 Trees; 118 Species of Fruits, Jungle & Herbal Trees 

    • Seasonal Farming: 13-15 varieties of Vegetables & Spices 

    • Gau-Sneh-shala: Gir Cows, Total live-stock 8 (4 adults, 4 babies) 

    • Vermi-compost: Earthworms “Eudrillus Eugenie”, Plant capacity 10 ton/Month 

    • Wheat Grass: 5000 Sq.ft., 150kg green/month 

    • Green Field Nursery: 2-3 years grown up Trees in poly-bags 

    • Gangama Circle: 1 guntha (1089 Sq.ft.) demo of high productivity


Projects planned at Oasis Valleys Campus:


  1. Oasis Valleys Institute For Character Building Education: 

    • Life Camps for School & College Students 

    • Self Leadership Workshops for Teachers, Professionals, College Youths, Rural Youths, NGO staff, Govt. staff, Corporate etc. 

    • Health Rejuvenation Camps

  2. Eco-Education Visits & Tours: 

    • Environment Education Tours for School Students, Rural & Urban Youths 

    • Day camps for children for learning & understanding Nature

  3. Model Organic Farm: a. Educative Tours for Farmers, University Students, Urban & Rural Consumersb. Residential Camps for learning & understanding Sustainable Agriculture 


Features of Oasis Valleys Institute & Campus


  • After the parking space, as you walk by the signboard, you will find steps taking you down a lush green valley that usher you into a planned forest -an arboretum.

  • Then its a climb of 45 ft. uphill, followed by a guided pathway across a bio-diverse orchard on the plateau. You are now at the top floor entrance of the Institution that miraculously appears from in between the greens.

  • From the small bridge you can see a long, horizontal piece of building, almost handpicked and placed to fit into the valleys.

  • This beautifully designed building is placed into the central valley of the land, that intersperses beautifully with the slopes & number of trees surrounding it.

  • The entry walks you downhill into the Atrium area that connects all the three floors of the building. The huge metallic bridges and wide openings provide a vast breathing space & natural light to the institution.

  • Offices, Library & various displays in the atrium area provide a support system to the learning programs being conducted in the halls on both the levels.

  • Program halls are on the first & second level. The halls are equipped to give the most comfortable learning experience to the participants within the simple settings.

  • The halls spill over into natural landscapes on its sides giving us the serenity & humane flavour of Mother Earth to merge with the learning processes in the programs.

  • The third level as you climb down brings you to the residential floor consisting of 11 blocks with a capacity of accommodating 5 children or 3 adults comfortably. Simple yet luxurious experience!

  • Nature beckons you from the large windows to give you heavenly experience of Jungle Resort. Be it the dark starlit nights or the early dawns with the birds.

  • Nature is in abundance at Oasis Valleys. Sunset point on the west hill gives you not only a leisure place but also a place to be in solitude in the evenings.

  • Information boards about various trees have been put up for knowledge dissemination. There are around 25 species of fruit trees & more than 20 species of herbal trees at Oasis Valleys.

  • Contours with 50 ft. depth give lot of opportunities for landscaping. Steps & pathways are carved on slopes and are made from construction waste.

  • Pathways are defined all over the land for visiting campus and moving around the model farm. It is attempted to use every inch of land for some useful purpose.

  • Gaushala at Oasis Valleys is the back bone of Organic Farm. Cow dung & Cow urine are the chief ingredients. Free environment & organic food keep the cows healthy.

  • Vermi-composting is one of the important activities at Oasis Valleys Organic Farm. The best manure gives health to plants and in turn health to consumers.

  • "How much land does a man need?" Interesting demonstration of Gangama Circle shows how one can survive with land as small as 1000 sq.ft. !!

  • Wheat Grass Project is a demonstration and inspiration to those marginal farmers who have very little land holding. Value addition is the key for prosperity.


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