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Yes I've opted for hostel. The infrastructure is 8/10. The 1st year hostels have clean toilets, spacious rooms, WiFi in rooms, clean corridors amongst various other amenities and facilities provided by the college.
The college is fully residential university situated at the middle of Atal Nagar or Naya Raipur in the state of Chhattisgarh, the hostel can occupy nearly 500 students and the mess food is good with a vast menu and having cheap rates to enjoy plus the mess keep running till 3 in the night
The hostel facilities and mess food is average. It's a fully residential college so you need not to bother about PG's and private hostels but yeah you need these things when you face suspension from the hostel. The hostel facility for freshers is very good, you get a separate building, 2 students sharing a room, WiFi facilities, common room. And from the 2nd year you get your own single room with sharing balcony. Unlike most of the colleges in which mess food is pathetic, this college has some plus points sometimes the food is too good sometimes very bad, sometimes breakfast is bad but the lunch is good, . So all we need is to manage ourselves among the 4 time food in a day. There is a canteen and cafeteria which has a monopoly in the college but we can also get our food delivered to our college from nearby dhaba anytime.
Yes. There is a two room sharing in the first year. However, we have single rooms for everyone from the second year to fifth year. The hostel facility is compulsory and everyone has access to it. The rooms are small but well-facilitated with enough space for your basic necessities. The mess is also nearby so there is less difficulty for availing food.
The infrastructure of Hnlu is one of best and also is quite good place to live in.
I am residing in the hostel and here it is the compulsion to reside in the hostel. We have single rooms, food is just ok.
I'm residing in university hostel which is quiet good. In first year we have sharing and from the second year you have single rooms which are good enough for for single person. Mess food is just eatable.
The College, since a residential college, it is mandatory for the students to stay in the college halls of residence. We have single rooms as well as double sharing rooms. In case of single sharing rooms, there is a common balcony for two rooms and the ro
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