The Amravati Regional Centre of IIMC was inaugurated on August 8, 2011. Although there were plenty of engineering, medical and management colleges in central and western India, the absence of a quality media institute was being felt. The IIMC opened its Regional Centre in Amravati in the Vidarbha region of Maharashtra to fill this vacuum. The campus is presently located in temporary premises provided by the Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University.
Video Studio: The Institute has a modern production studio, equipped with digital cameras with synch and special effects generators. The editing consoles comprise I-Mac, FCP Mac-Pro digital video editing systems and on-line digital video editing. For radio transmission, the Institute has separate sound recording, FM and voice-over studios, which are used for imparting training in Radio and TV technology.
Audio Studio :The Institute is equipped with the requisite facilities for radio news-gathering: professional tape and digital recorders, microphones and other accessories.
Auditorium : The auditorium, Manch, equipped with state-of-the art infrastructure, was inaugurated in October 2002. The auditorium is ideal for seminars, conferences, presentations, cultural programmes etc. It has a seating capacity of 418 and a covered area of 1232 sq.mts.
Computer Labs Print: During 2011-12, IIMC joined the National Knowledge Network (NKN), a state-of-the-art, multi-gigabit, pan-India broadband network for providing a unified high speed network backbone for all knowledge-related institutions in the country.
Library: The Library subscribes to over 82 Journals/ magazines and 32 Leading Newspapers. It has also been providing a newspaper-clipping service to its users, including complete record of news items and leading articles on Mass Communication published in various leading professional journals and periodicals.