The Gangwal School is a unique project which will be developed with support from philanthropists, IITK alumni, and corporates. The fund being raised is mainly for the fixed assets and to bridge the working capital gap in the first 3-4 years. The Institute seeks funding from alumni, corporates (CSR), and philanthropists for this project (details are given here.) The Institute has already secured significant funding through donations, and some donations are for the naming rights for the School, Hospital, Building, and Centers.
The Founders Circle honors the distinguished group of leadership donors who have made a significant impact in kickstarting this project. The Institute thanks the Founders Circle members, all four of them are distinguished alumni of the Institute, for their foresight, generosity, and continued support: Mr. Muktesh Pant (BT/CHE/1976) | Mr. Dev Joneja (BT/ME/1984) | Mr. Hemant Jalan (BT/CHE/1977) | Mr. Anil Bansal (BT/MSE/1977) For more information, see here.
Mr. Rakesh Gangwal, a distinguished alumnus of the institute (BT/ME/1975), has made one of the largest personal donations to the Institute and continues to drive the Medical School project. In honor of his contributions, the Medical School was named after him. For more information, please see here. For more information, see here.
Mr. Deepak Narula (BT/EE/1985), Founder and Managing Partner of Metacapital Management, generously supported Gangwal School project. He is the first to join the league of Co-Founders Circle of the School.
Mr. Narayana Murthy (MT/EE/1969), Founder of Infosys, generously supported Center of Excellence in Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Disease Research.
Ms. Sudha Murty, former Chairperson, Infosys Foundation, generously contributed to our flagship project “Hridyantra.”
Batch of 1976 has generously contributed to our flagship project “Hridyantra.”
JK Cement Limited, a reputed firm in Kanpur, has extended generous support to build a 450 bedded superspeciality hospital on the Gangwal School campus. This hospital will be named after Late Mr. Yadupati Singhania, a distinguished alumnus of the institute (BT/CE/1977) and an illustrious industrialist who played a critical role in setting up the J.K Cement Ltd. For more information, see here.
IBM India Private Limited generously supported the construction of the academic complex of the Gangwal School. This complex will house state-of-the-art research laboratories and academic units. For more information, see here.
ICICI Bank generously supported for the setting up of Pathology lab facility at the Health Center, IITK.