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Yes, I had opted for hospital. even all of my batchmates opted for hospital. as my college was situated in a village of Uttar Pradesh. so it is not possible for us to stay outside the college campus without opting for hostel for a long 5. 5 yr. We all lived in hostel of college campus. it was full of facilities including play ground personal room for everyone, mess, small canteen by mess worker, 24*7 electricity, well equipped bathroom including shower n all facilities. Room was clean and new as we were the 2nd batch of that college. As it was a govt college so we have to pay just 400 for monthly hostel charges.
Yes I have opted hostel Hostel rate is very cheap, it is only ?200 per month for room and ?200 for electricity bill but it doesn't have air conditioner.Rest of the things like environment and cleanness are good.
Hostel is very good have 24 hour electricity supply and RO water is always available hostel consist of 2 mess for students daily menu is different for food outside hostel we have volleyball coat cricket and football field and also a gymnasium
yes the hostels are single sitter except for the first year,in which you have to be with a room partner from second year onwwrd the hostels are single sitter spacious and well designed for ventilation and space hostel also accomodates a mess for food and spaces for indoor gathering
I would like to give 9/10 to my hostel as it is equipped with 24 hours water and electricity supply. Rooms are spacious with accommodation of two students in a room. There are two tube lights, fan, 2 beds, 2 windows so that rooms are well aerated as well.
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