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Two students have to be accommodated in a single room, rooms are quite big and well ventilated. Mess facilities are also good as healthy and tasty foods are served by it. Mess charges for 1 month are approx 2500. Hostels are alloted after filling hostel allotment form
Mess facility available in hostels but we can't compare hostel food with home food but it was good. Hostels are alloted as 80/20 criteria. And in the local area, we can easily find a rented room near the university area.
Didnt alloted yet, campus is open for 2nd-year students yet because of covid situations. but there is greenery inside the campus and even a waterfall inside the campus. you'll get a different vibe from a campus.
The hostel rooms are mostly two-seater and each hostel has two to three mess for meals which provide breakfast, lunch, and dinner but the food is average. Everyone can afford hostel and for registration of hostel, a student has filled a dossier form and attach required documents. Hostel fee - approx 4k
The hostel fees are negligible. They cost 2500 rs per year from the students but the food mess fees are not included in it. The hostel facility is poor. They don't have an emergency facility or emergency requirement when needed. Sometimes, even there is no light in a hostel for more than 3-4 days. Apart from this, they don't even provide us with a generator also. The hostels dont have enough games and not even well-developed area to play. The water cooler even dont work for 2-3 days. It is important for girls to opt hostels because the area doesn't have any Pgs beside them.
The rooms for first year is quite spacious. From second year onwards it's little conjusted but can be a super cosy place if u arrange it well. The menu of the mess is different for each day. They serve non-veg on Sundays. The meal served is superb and affordable. When you attend your counselling you have to mention if you need hostel or not. If you do so, then only you'll be considered while allotment. The allotment is done on the basis of merit and distance of home from college and no quota is applied on hostel admission. Campus hostel is the best option, if you get it, you must take it. Otherwise you can go for hostels and pgs outside the campus. There are many in Lanka , sankatmochan and near trauma house ranging from 3000-10000/month. I
So my hostel life is more intrested than campus life the gostel is as big as it could hold 1000 students in a hostel,the rooms are little bit small for sharing with 3 students the rent of hostel is one time in year that is 4000 but we have to pay for food monthly
10/10 room Mess service are good Hostel are provided by the time of admission on the basics of the students entrance marks
Hostels here are very good with studus environment with basic facilities available including great library and 24/7 water, electricity,food and all other things which a student would require to accomplish his needs
Yes I opted hostel and the room were quite good and well structured with all the facilities.And hostel and mess fees costs 2000 per month which is reasonable and if you opt for PG I would cost you more for sure and moreover no PG s availble in that area as the university is situated in hundreds of acres and it is in outskirts of the city.
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