Delhi Technological University (DTU), New Delhi provides 9 Boys hostels in the campus which was established in the year of 1995 and can accommodate 1313 students. It offers various facilities like T.V. with cable connection, Table tennis, Carom, Badminton court, Gymnasium & Reading Room, LAN, Solar water geysers and Mess. But the mess services are available in DTU only in Four hostels which are Sir Visversvaraya Hostel, Sir C.V. Rama Hostel, Aryabhatt Hostel and SNH Hostel.
Those boys students who are doing B.Tech./M.B.A. from DTU will have to pay Rs. 28,400 as a hostel fees and for M.Tech./Ph.D. will have to pay 32,100.
The list of 9 hostels which are offered by the university for the boys students are mentioned below.
Boy's Hostel Name
VVS Boys Hostel
JCB Boys Hostel
VMH Boys Hostel
CVR Boys Hostel
BCH Boys Hostel
HJB Boys Hostel
Ramanujan Boys Hostel
Aryabhatt Boys Hostel / Type – I
Type – II B – 5 , Boys Hostel
Delhi Technological University (DTU) started hostel facility in the year of 1996 for girls along with an aim to cater the needs of outside Delhi students as well as for those students who are staying far from the college campus.
It provides 6 hostels for Girls in the campus that can accommodate 400 students. Each hostel is provided with the facilities of T.V. with cable connection, Table tennis, Carom, Solar water geysers, Gymnasium & Reading room and LAN. Each room of hostel carries its own common room and gymnasium and also subscribes to the latest magazines and newspapers for the residents. Those students who are doing B.Tech./M.B.A. from DTU will have to pay Rs. 28,400 as a hostel fees and for M.Tech./Ph.D. will have to pay 32,100.
The list of hostels which are offered by the DTU for girls students are mentioned below
One major disadvantage of DTU is the lack of hostel facilities. Most of the Delhi students don't end up getting hostels. Due to the lack of accommodation, all the rooms are on a sharing basis. Students end up utilizing the thriving PG culture which costs between 8-12k per month. It's marginally lower if you rent a flat and manage your food on your own. All three options come with their own set of pros and cons.
Hostels - Hostels are mostly for the students residing outside Delhi. Its very difficult to get a hotel if you are living in Delhi. I can only give you the details about the Boys Hostel, Boys Hostel - In the first year its on a sharing basis with 3 people sharing one flat which has two rooms and washrooms inside that flat. From the second year, you are moved to the senior hostel and its on twin sharing basis. You get our separate room in third and fourth year. Mess - Mess food is one f the cheapest and best ways to ensure your daily intake of food. The quality of food is quite good and the food is unlimited.
Hostels in our college were more than expectations. In first year of the college we had to share the room with one guy, but from next year onward we get separate room in the hostel. There were almost every type of interior games available in the hostel premises and almost every type of exterior games court outside the hostel. The food quality in the mess was just awesome. Every day there used to be a different dish.
Hostel facilities are not very good but yes a person can survive with it easily. There are tt rooms, badminton courts, cricket ground, football ground basketball court where people can enjoy. Food of mess is not good and students have to do a complaint once every month about it.
Hostel of DTU are quite good. In hostels generally you get bad quality of things. But at DTU the hostel rooms are spacious and good. Now come to the food, an important thing which we never get good in any mess. But at DTU the mess is hygenic and gives a good quality of food to the hostelers.
Hostel room are not so well furnished hostel room have 24 hour high speed wifi connectivity some hostel have single occupancy while other have double occupancy hostel mess is nice they serve different food on different day there is proper lunch and dinner timing.
Hostel facilities and hostel rooms are pretty good food is also very good and healthy they provide you mineral water 24 hour toilets look clean overall hostel is much better i don't know in detail about hostel as I was a day scholar hostels are provided on the basis of distance of student's home town.
The hostels are actually not adequate, the word is going on to build some more hostels. Currently only the students coming from outside Delhi have some fair chances of getting a hostel in the college otherwise you need to play daily or get yourself a rented accommodation.
I haven't been to the hostel yet, but what I've heard is that mess food is Okay-ish. Ghar ka khaana is still remembered by the hostelers. Non-hostelers can eat mess food by paying Rs.40. Hostel's are well made having Gym,Table tennis and many other facilites.
Its a government institute so there is no problem of hostel and mess. Everyone is provided with single room and at low price. The hostel fees is around 11000 per year and mess charges are extra according to your diet. Big play grounds, sports facilities, and indoor stadiums are also available.