i never stayed in hostel but there is nearby hostels which are used by fellow students which had nice comments about them and also the food and accomadation details. there are no more eules but just the basics one of the time kimit and also the vacation details with their parents to prevent mishaps.
The hostel does not have any dormitories of its own. The locality of the college is in one of the most high profile areas of Mumbai. Most of the students which came to college were either from the city area or were residing in hostels available in the city. The college though certainly was offering concessions on travelling by provision of bus and train passes. We could avail this facility by filing a form every month with head cashier of the travel team, Mr. Dedia.
I live in Mumbai so i did not stay in a hostel but the canteen facilities in the college were amazing. There were two canteen's in college and the food they provided was fresh, tasty and very reasonable for the sort of quality they were providing. Food from all regions was available at the canteen and frankly speaking the canteen's were a big plus point of the college
There are no hostels. The canteen food is delicious. There is a wide range of simple foods like idli vada.dosa and other breakfast items and also a lot of Chinese such as Frankie's, fried rice etc. There are also luxury items like chocolate fondue, Nutella sandwich and also maggi.
There are 2 canteens at Jai Hind and both are excellent. The food is available at a subsidised rate. However, things have changed in the past 6 years and as of now, a lot of brands sell their stuff out there and the old, lovely canteen people are no longer there.
There is no hostel facility provided by the college and if there's I'm not aware of it. There are 2 amazing canteens in the college where many varieties of dishes are available that too at a very cheap cost. The quality of food is very good one can't get better at this rate also so much variety.
Jai Hind doesn't have the hostel facility. Since, it's located at a prime location the rent in the nearby vicinity is pretty high. 1 BHK in the area would cost one around 50-60 thousand INR. Tiffin systems are quite active. Cooks are easily available and would cost around 5000 per month. There are private hostels nearby but the waiting line is long.
The best canteen in Bombay collegesI would give 10/10. Amazing variety for veg & non veg and reasonable prices. Even the people who ran the canteen were helpful.
I can't comment on this since we did not have hostel facilities. I think you should make these questions optional.
The hostels, the fees, the mess food at Jai hind is good & reasonable to suit the pockets of all students. The canteen holds fond memories of long hours of lukhagiri, spent joking and chatting, unconsciously making friends for life the canteen would stay open with students from various streams congregating over semi-chilled soft drinks and sandwiches.