No I stayed near to the college, so didn't reside in a hostel. But as my friends did, they told me about it. The hostel was quite affordable. The rooms were spacious and were given to multiple students, around 5 per room. The food quality was very good.
No hostel was there. However, there was a huge college canteen and a very popular sandwich shop right outside the college. The watermelon juice, pav bhaji, masala pav are among the favourites. The seating arrangements and wash basins were pretty neatly kept and the space was quite big compared to many college canteens.
Lala Lajpat Rai Canteen is one of the best canteen you will find in Mumbai with variety of food from Chinese, Indian, snacks etc. They used to make best South Indian food as well. Most people in canteen is from south India so you can expect good idili, wada and dosa.
Poor, mess and the canteen were well below par and there was nothing much great to offer. We were looking for decent and hygieneic and healthy food. But at times this wasn't the case and we had to settled for lower quality food.
There is no hostel in this college there is a gym and a huge canteen but no hostel its a sea facing college.
The college does not have a hostel. It just have a canteen which serves lot of variety in food. Veg only.
There is no hostel facilities available not even mess. It is city college so all these facilities won't be available anywhere.
There is no hostel facility available at llim the students have to find their own accommodations and there is a canteen at the ground floor of the college to have food and beverages.
I am not opted for mess and hostels facility.
Our college does not provide any hostel facility and the student from overseas of from different state or cities have to find a PG and then shift or else he may find a hostel if comfortable.
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