About Us

Lavale Campus

SSVAP is situated in the beautiful hills of Lavale in Pune. A part of the Sayadari hills, Lavale is a small village near Baner. It is surrounded by many hills and an interested trekker can even trek these hills on a nice cold day.

ACAD Block

The Lavale campus of Symbiosis International University welcomes visitors with a statue of goddess “Saraswati” who is considered to be the symbol of learning/knowledge. This statue is placed at our Academic block. ACAD block as it is popularly called houses institutes such as: SIBM, SIMC, SIDTM, SCRI, SSBF and SSVAP. Students spend most of their class hours in this space.

Central Library

A 24-hour library on our campus is a blessing. The Central Library at the Lavale campus has over 20000 books, many magazines, various journals and other reading material for the love of reading.


SSVAP is surrounded by hills and has many beautiful spots for photography and trekking. Mulshi Dam, Pashan lake, Pirungut and Baner hills are some of the many nearby spots for photo walks.

Aqua point

Aqua point is one of the most popular points at the campus where students gather to watch the sunset with a lake view. The bandhara at the hill base is rain water storage project which helps the campus in fulfilling the water requirements.

Vista Point

A view to the eternity. That is what it feels like from the scenic Vista point at our campus. The sunset at the Vista point is worth capturing every day and if you are lucky, you may have the company of pretty peacocks.

Student housing

The student housing is usually the busiest area on the campus and it is students’ own space. Lavale campus has 3 boys’ and 3 girls’ hostels.


Symbi-eat, the campus canteen is also one of the hang-out areas and a common space for all the students across colleges.

Sports Arena

Sports is major part of our lives and especially a college life. SIU is blessed to have state of the art facilities for all the games.

Statue of Art

The Statue of Art is an installation placed at the SSVAP Studios. This statue is a motivating figure which keeps reminding us of the link among all visual forms.