Hostels are well maintained with good hygiene.Boys hostels are single occupancy whereas girls hostels are twin sharing basis. Mess is governed by a student body with stringent quality check system in place. Ample recreational facilities are available to the occupants of the hostels.
Accommodation was separate for boys and girls with single occupancy rooms for all 4 years. In our times, wi-fi was very limited but by the end of our journey, we have been able to access internet in our rooms. Food has definitely been a big reason of my weight increase, as 3 times food with a starting journey with Aloo-Paratha and butter with a glass of chai/milk, and many other options and that too in a pretty economical monthly bill of 800 rupees, would definitely be student-friendly.
MESS FOOD is awesome good quantity and quality food available at cheaper rates. You don't get to eat same things you get a variety and good food. Hostels are not up to that mark like that of Homes but they are good for an engineering college student.Good net facilities are available.
There are 4 boys hostel (1 for each year students) and 1 girls hostel in the college each hostel contains enough number of rooms that no student has to go outside to rent out a room in a pg to stay each student gets an individual room every year, on the basis of first come first serve basis which is spacious enough for a single person to stay. each room has a single bed, a cupboard and study table & chair for the student mess food quality is good enough, a student co-ordinator is given the responsibility to prepare the mess menu and check the quality of the food served.
Hostel was very very good and truly an amazing experience for every student. You get single room from your 1st year of the college. Hostel is the 1st place where you make your best friends. I can't describe those feelings in words. Besides, mess food is good quality vise but when you get used to a flavour, it will never ever be your favourite. Common Room, Table tennis room was amazing and other games like Carom, Chess etc are there to play. In final year, you get Snooker Room in your hostel as well. Over all, a big 5 star for hostel life.
4/10. The food improved after 2 years. Internet was bad. Rooms were old. Some hostels had badminton courts etc. Commong rooms were equipped with TVs but there should have been more commong rooms.
Hostel are very well managed for both boys and girls. 1st year has separate hostel and is run by a private contractor.2, 3& 4 th yearites has 2 hostels which is run by govt. Contractors. 2, 3&4 the year girls have one hostel (quite big) with govt Contact. Mess food is also not that bad as people usually say it's the repetitive food they make which make people sick of eating it. Although we have quite a diverse menu but if same is eaten for 5 months one become sick of it. All the representative are chosen among the students itself.
Hostel facilities are satisfactory, Food is always with proper menu followed for all seven days of the week, there is a common room with dish tv, ac, sofa, table tennis, chess, carrom etc for students to chill out and relax a bit after the hectic work schedule.
As i was a day scholar so i didn't know much about hostel and hostel life. Although as my hostelers friends used to say, they are given single room. Room is quite spacious and clean. There are ample rooms to accomodate the number of students but still some students prefer to live in nearby PG's in sector-11 and 15. Mess food is healthy and tasty, i personally taste the food and it was very nutritious. PG's average rent is close to 4k per student.
Hostel Facilities provided here are not much good. There are 4 hostels Shivalik Hostel 1st Year Students Himalaya Hostel 2nd Year Students Aravali Hostel 3rd Year Students Kurukshetra Hostel 4th Year StudentsFor girls,there are two seperate hostels named