The Hostel can accommodate 78 students in rooms built to accommodate 2-3 students in each room. All rooms have ceiling fans and curtains. Each resident First year students: Thursday, July 18, 2019 Second year students: Saturday, July 20, 2019 Third year students: Saturday, July 20, 2019 14 student is provided with a bed and mattress, one built-in wardrobe/ almirah, one study table and chair, a bookshelf and a waste paper basket
Resident students are required to bring their own personal effects: pillow, pillow cover, quilt, blankets, bed linen, towels, bucket, coffee mug, glass, spoon and any other personal effects like thermos flask, torch, hot water bottle, thermometer, lock and key, duster, mirror etc
Resident students are permitted to use their own room coolers if they wish to. An undertaking form duly signed by their parents needs to be filled in. Only one room cooler per room is permitted.
ELECTRICAL GADGETS LIKE IRON, HOT PLATE, AND ELECTRIC KETTLE ETC. ARE STRICTLY PROHIBITED IN THE ROOMS.
A caterer runs the mess on contract basis. The Hostel provides nutritious and wholesome meals. The Hostel Warden along with student representatives of mess committee oversees the quality and nutritional content of the food served in the mess
There is a students’ common room equipped with recreational facilities such as 54 inch LED TV, audio system etc. It is the venue for various cultural programmes and students’ activities, such as talks, recitals, debates and discussions.
The common room also provides indoor games facilities, such as carom, table tennis, chess etc
The common room is also used for routine celebrations of the hostel like Hostel orientation, Fresher’s, Farewell and other festive events. It has witnessed many cheerful functions in the past.
The College is highly concerned about the health of its resident students. The following facilities are provided to ensure the physical and mental well-being of the residents:
A lady doctor visits the hostel in order to tab the health of resident students on weekly basis.
The hostel has a medical room which is equipped with a medical bed and a first-aid box containing necessary medicines for routine ailments to help residents with immediate first aid.
The hostel is in close proximity of Bhagwan Mahavir Hospital. Any case of ailment may be referred there if need be.
In case of a medical emergency, the resident is taken to the nearest hospital. The parents/ local guardians are informed, and are expected to take charge of their ward immediately.
However, a resident student may avail the services of a private doctor at her own cost.
A separate gymnasium is made available for the resident students on the ground floor of the Principal’s residence in hostel premises for daily workout and exercise. It has modern machines and many girls are found to strike the gym in the morning to keep them fit, energized and enthusiastic throughout the day. Girls often visit it during evening hours too. It is not 17 just a place of physical workout; the inter-personal conversations that happen there make them more health conscious, compatible with each other and develop their emotional as well as physical strength.
The College is very proud to have participated in the endeavour of CSIR Research Foundation towards promoting awareness about hygiene, gender sensitivity and women empowerment. As a part of its Mission AAA (Awareness, Availability and Affordability) of Sanitary Napkins to promote women wellness, the college has installed a sanitary napkin vending machine funded by ONGC in its Girl’s Hostel in 2017. It has contributed greatly not only in maintaining health and hygiene of resident students and staff of the College hostel, but has been very useful in enabling easy access at economical price at any time.