I don't know because I don't stay at the hostel.
I currently do not stay in college hostel as the footfall in college is of around 7500 students and its not possible for the college to have hostel arrangements for everyone. So I cannot comment on this question as I'm not very experienced with this
There is one hostel, with very limited seats. A new hostel is under renovation, so let's see how it comes out. The mess food is the only thing I absolutely dislike about the college. There are several canteens at several places across the campus. Most of them are overpriced and unhygienic.
Hostel rooms were not single sharing. There are 2 to 4 sharing rooms. But the cost structure in hostel is too high. In first year i had paid 88000. Food is not so good. They don't have PG's.
I personally didn't stay in the hostel, but I have heard from my friends that the quality of food was really good. And they were offered different kinds of meals on different days. So there was no repetition. It was also affordable for people who didn't stay at the hostel.
The MCC campus hostel is extremely hard to get in since the beds are not that many and the demand is very high due to out station students. The college has a sister hostel, about 5km away that one can try for too, however my due to my late decision this hostel was filled up too. This forced me to look for PGs around the college area. PG costed me ₹2800pm for a triple sharing, however a double sharing would cost ₹3200pm. There is also a security deposit of ₹10,000 at the time of admission. This did not include any food but a mini kitchen, fridge & microwave were provided along with laundry services. The rooms and bathrooms were cleaned on a daily basis. We relied on dabbawalas for bre...
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