This institute was established in the year 1906, which stretches over a vast expansion of 4.5 square kilometres amidst the lush greenery. The institute is focused on research and other activities connected with forests and apart from this the structure of the building is exceptional and magnificent. The paradigm of the building reflects the Colonial Greco-Roman styles of architecture. This deemed University houses six museums which are open to all travellers, visitors, and tourists and a must to visit place. One can find varieties of fauna of the entire Himalayan region in this campus. You can even find several migratory birds here.