College of Medicine and Sagore Dutta Hospital - [CMSDH], Kolkata - Hostel Details

Kolkata, West Bengal MCI Estd 2010 WBUHS, Kolkata Government

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9.0 /10

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Yes. The hostels are three number the intern hostel the boys hostel and the girls hostel the boys and girls hostel related to students till final year the intern hostel is allotted to both students in the internship boys hostels have common bathroom so do the girls hostel they have four cross each having 25 rooms in each floor each room accommodating two students. There are few dormitory room in each floor which kata2 about 8 to 10 students the intern hostel is a complete separate building and has four floors each floor having 25 rooms the arrangement of the room is as follows there are two rooms having a common bathroom in between small place designated as a kitchen there is access on the rooftop.

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SG
9.2 /10

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The hostel is good and spacious. Every two adjacent rooms have attached bathroom. Rooms are provided with 2 beds, 2 shelves, fan, light. All rooms are spacious and well ventilated. Hostel has its own canteen that provides food to tha occupants 3 times. A separate game room is there with television.

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7.8 /10

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The room is allotted to two students .It is allotted as per distance from the college of the student. Meal quality is not too good.

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