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Yes, hostels are alright. The one minus point is that they only have shared bathrooms. That is one huge problem for most of the people. The rooms aren't Air conditioned, unlike the rest of the college.
Yes, I have opted for hostel. It has facility of sharing room among two person, i.e. double room for the first and secons years. Rest gets single room. Hostel seats are adequate to the ratio of students who get admission every year.
Yes I have opted for hostel. The hostel is great. Better then most other colleges in India. It is clean and well maintained. here are two hostels one for boys and the other for girls, with single and double occupancy, with smokeless kitchen, spacious dining area, reading hall, gymnasium, yoga , prayer hall and library room, etc. In order to facilitate the overall growth of its students, the University has developed a congenial and homely atmosphere in its residential campus. The students belonging to different cultural backgrounds amalgamate to bring forth a sense of unity even while retaining their diversity thereby presenting a true picture of the saying, “Unity in Diversity”.
The hostel facility is amazing and the infrastructure and rooms are one of the best. Hostel rooms are not usually this well designed (in terms of th interiors). All necessary facilities are provided in the hostel. The mess food is average and just what one expects from a "mess".
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Merit is one of the most important factors that became instrumental in making me go fir this university and besides that Northeast of India is the place to be due to rich diversity that must be embraced.by Tushar Arora
Good, we have a long way to go. We were recently declared as the 16th best Law college in the country via NIRF.by Nishkarsh Kothari
NLUJAA is one of the finest universities of North East India in terms of law. The administration is friendly and cooperative.by Susmit Isfaq