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Yes,I opted to stay in the hostel.Initially we were living in the sharing room and later on in third year we got single occupancy room.There was no shortage of hostel accomodation.Rooms were comfrtable with sharing toilets,which were also reasonably clean and well maintained.Faculty members were used to be wardens of the hostel,which was helpful in maintaining discipline
Yes i have opted for college.but hostels are not that good with 1 room for 2 students.evey year we have to chamge our hostel.final year alloted with single room near our faculty. We have to pay 1000rs almost for it every year
There are in total 7 hostels. 4 for Boys and 3 for Girls. For boys there are Single a room hostel or Double a room hostel. Rooms are plenty. Hostel is spacious and clean with garden and Trees all over. Water purifier in every floor and minimum 2 Mess in every hostel (My hostel has 3 mess). There are Dry and Wet canteen. The hostel is guarded by University proctorial Guard 24X7. I sometimes leave my room open and never even a penny has been stolen. Every hostel has free BHU-WIFI which gives you 4GB/Day internet at 50MBPS (50MBPS Download speed). Room is cleaned by sweeper everyday between 7-8 AM. Air Conditioner are restricted. Hostel fee is incuded in the college fee you have to pay for Mess according how many days you ate.
Only 160 rupee for 1 year.They will provide you a room for 2 students. Room is quite sufficient for 2 person, instead of 24*7 light and water availability they also provide 2-3 guards for your protection.
The hostels of the college are spacious and have good infrastructure. There are many hostels available. The mess food is average and there are different mess for different hostels. The facilities of the hostel are average.
Yes. There are total 4 hostel for medical student and in ist year there is punarvasu atreya hostel here 2 students live in one room. In second year there is ruiha hostel. Here room are too big and three student live in each room after that newly constructed ruiha Annexy here 2 students per room and then in final year and intership dhanwantri hostel here single room is provided All hostel have 24 h water electricity and proper sanitation
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