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The University provides student accommodation for both men and women. We believe that student experiences at the accommodation premises are a significant part of their learning to live in a community and learn. We would like to emphasise a culture of community rather than the individual. A spirit of care for each other, cooperation and adjustment is expected from all students.

Key information related to the accommodation premises are as below

  • The capacity available is limited and the University cannot guarantee accommodation availability
  • Students request for accommodation, while filling in the application form and students on scholarships will be given preference in allocation
  • These are leased premises (separate for men and women students), located about 2-3 KMS from the campus, with transportation provided.
  • Rooms are 2, 3 or 4 occupancy with individual cots and shared wardrobes. Single occupancy rooms are not available
  • Washing machines, iron boxes in the common area (shared by all students)
  • Common study room and dining area
  • Round the clock security services and ambulance service
  • Limited internet connectivity
  • Breakfast and dinner provided at the accommodation premises and lunch at the University campus. (Only vegetarian food is served in our hostel)
  • Food and Transport provided only during the semester period; during mid-semester breaks/ internship and field project days, there will be no provision for food and transport.
Student Accommodation Governance
  • All students are required to abide by the Student accommodation guidelines in place. They will be required to sign the accommodation guidelines as part of the joining formalities.
  • The "Student Residence Committee" comprising of elected student representatives and faculty mentors is responsible for the overall wellbeing and adherence to the guidelines.
Accommodation charges
  • Click here for details on fees and financial assistance
Accommodation Options - Short Stay

Students looking for short - stay options around the University - Click here

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