Apeejay Stya University, Sohna

Apeejay Stya University (ASU) was established in the year 2010 as a private University under the state of Haryana. The ASU is approved by the UGC and has empowered to award the degrees to the students. The university is a member of the International Association of University. The University is also approved by the AICTE and MHRD. ASU offers full-time management, engineering and pharmacy courses in various disciplines.


The ASU is situated on the Sohna – Palwal State Highway in Village Silani at Tehsil Sohna in Gurgaon, the district of Haryana. The University campus is 7.5 km away from the town Sohna, 35 km from town Pataudi and 24 km from the Gurgaon City.

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The ASU campus has seven schools of academic education named school of engineering and technology, bio-sciences, design & visual art, management science, journalism & mass communication, pharmacy and management. The University provides the 54 (UG, PG and Research) academic courses through all these departments/schools. Read More >>


The ASU has more than 60 faculty members (Eminent & Core Faculty) in all departments.


The ASU provides spacious classrooms, central library, laboratories, IT-enabled lecture rooms, conference hall, computer & science labs, green area, cafeteria, separate hostel for boys and girls, and transport facility. The college has a jogging track inside the campus.

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Apart from the academic education, the university provides the platform for talent as featured in clubs activities. The ASU has ZELE, PANACHE and LEGENDS clubs refers to the social, cultural, literary and sports activities.


The university has a separate Corporate Resources Centre and training & placement cell. The CRC is continuously maintaining the bridge with the reputed industries and the placement cell is providing the job opportunity with the students. The TP cell is also providing the trainings and industrial-interaction to the students. The highest salary package offered to the ASU student is 12 laces p.a. Read More >>

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