JNU hostel system includes 10 Hostels for Boys hostels provide hygienic foods, recreational facilities including TV, indoor games, health Club, and PCOs etc. Each hostel has its live-in wardens, a member of faculty who administers the hostels.
JNU hostel system includes 8 Hostels for Girls and 1 hostel for Married. Hostels provide hygienic foods, recreational facilities including TV, indoor games, health Club, and PCOs etc. Each hostel has its live-in wardens, a member of faculty who administers the hostels.
Hostel rooms are average comfortable. The hostel rooms are twin sharing. The mess food is fine. The best part is, that in a location such as Delhi, personal rooms or a PG will be expensive, which is difficult for a student to afford. So overall I will rate it as fine.
Hostels are huge with sports and gym facilities available. Tv rooms are also there. every room can accommodate 2 persons. Mess is cheap and pretty hygienic. And there is no limitation to the amount one can eat. monthly cst of food comes around 3500 for food and staying charges are 650 approx.
Hostel rooms are airy and usually nice except for some specific hostels. The average rental of a hostel is almost negligible but the mess bill could be around 2k-4k per month.
Hostel is awesome and it is awarded based on ranks. The food is very good and cheap as well. They used to charge around 20 Rs for one time meal.
Hostel facilities are amazing food quality is excellent university is fully residential every students gets hostel facilities mess runs on no profit no loss basis mess charges is also very low.
In JNU most of the people get hostel though there is a crisis for hostel. But accommodation is not so good, its average. But hostel fees are very minimum monthly charges for food 2000 on average.
There was a room for each one of us but different in each term although the cleaning and all was done centrally, the upkeep was our responsibly. There used to be a competition of best upkeep