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The hostel has single rooms as well as large rooms to accommodate more than 1 student (maximum of 4 in first year), over all the rooms are spacious and from fourth year onwards every student gets a single room.
Hostel rooms are adequate in number, but single rooms are available only from final year. Before that, first yr: 4 per room, second to pre final yr: 2 per room. Availing a PG is absolutely not needed otherwise, it only depends upto the candidate's choice, only if he/she can't adjust himself/herself in the hostel. Rentals for PG varies depending upon the room and facilities provided.
Sorry but we have no hostel facilities.The hostels of mbbs students are not so good but it is adjustable.we don't know when our hostel facilities will start but we seriously need hostel as we have to stay in various mess paying 3000 per month.
Hostel infrastructure is not good as compared to other colleges of the state. I feel plenty of improvements should be done. Water facility should be maintained properly as well as drinking water facility should be provided with water filters or chillers instead of which we have to purchase from outside.So if I have to rate I would rate 2.5/5
We had sharing rooms and paid 524 as seat rent at the end of first year.There were no pgs .The food is average,not so good.
The hostel was awesome here. during the first year we used to get a triple seater room and then in the second year we got two seater rooms and in the final year and internship we were allotted single rooms. The rooms were quite spacious with 24 hours power backup and constant water supply. The college has ample number of hostels and several rooms so all the students get accommodation here. The monthly rent was only 12 rupees a month for all the facilities.
I've opted for PG, the average rent lies around 3000-5000 per month. Hostel fees is 12 rupees per month which is very cheap but inconvenient. PGs are easily available and not that expensive and they are located in close proximity.
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