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The number of persons in the hostel room depends upon the size of the room as some room can occupy 3 persons and some room can occupy 5 persons. The quality of the food is good but if you expect food like home then there are no hostels in all over India which gives food as like home. The pg or rented rooms are almost 20-25km away from the college premises as it is college is nearby highway.
It was 4 sharing room with three time meal, it was fifty thousand rupees annually hostel fees, they used to provide non veg on Sunday, sweet dish on Saturday, apart from that used to have veg dishes everyday.
Hostels room are sharing by students. In a room generally 3 students use to stay. Freedom is there in hostel for boys. Girls hostel is far way from college. It is Bangalore city and college is 70 km away from city. There is no pg near college. Facilities in hostel are very bad. Lack of water supply. Food quality is not good at all.
The hostel facility is quite impressive, the rooms are spacious and the hostel is equipped with all basic necessities. The rooms size is quite big and more than 2 students live their in each room. The food is also good and eatable.
I'm an hostel residing student. Here single hostel rooms are very big enough to live 3-4 students in each room. Each rooms are divided in 4 students and per each student including hostel and food charges are 40,000rs per semester and the food quality is also good.
I will give 3 star for hostel and infrastructure out of 5 star. When I started college the building was for 3rd floor and it was under construction and when I completed my engineering, still it was in same position. As per current update the infrastructure is till same.
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