Hostels provide budget-oriented, sociable accommodation where students can rent a bed, usually a bunk bed, in a dormitory and share a bathroom. Rooms can be mixed and private rooms may also be available.
There is a common mess for the boys and girls which functions during the working semester. During the winter and summer vacations, a special mess is run for students who are required to stay in the hostels for pursuing academic, sports or cultural activities. It is compulsory for all hostel residents to avail the mess facilities. Day-scholars can eat in the mess by paying the meal cost as notified.
Based on the recommendation of the Hostel Allotment Committee, hostel is allotted to eligible students by the Hostel in-Charge.
Key Conduct Rules regarding Hostel
• Any act of intimidation or violence, willful damage to property and drunken riotous behavior constitute an offence.
• Smoking, use of narcotics, consumption of alcoholic beverages and gambling are strictly prohibited.
• Damage caused to any room or common areas of the hostel, unless due to natural wear-and-tear, may be charged to individuals causing the damage or residents collectively.
• Hostel residents are not allowed to keep motorised vehicles on the campus.
• Hostel residents are not allowed to leave the campus after mid-night.
• A non-resident cannot stay in the hostel overnight
• Cooking in the rooms is prohibited.