Here food is very cheap. It costs ₹70 pr day Infrastructure of this college is very good
I don't know about hostel facility. Food in canteen cost INR 70 per day. Quality of classroom and lab is good.
One Hostel for commerce student And its fee is INR 2400 per annum. Yes, PG's are available on campus at INR 4500 per month with food. Good quality of classes is available.
The infrastructure is very good. The college building is equipped with all basic facilities. There are hostels available.
Many hostels are here, hostel facility was also good, hostel fee is approx INR 2000 or 3000 per month. The quality of food is also good, per meal is about of INR 40. Qualities of class room were very good.
It's among one of the best in our country hostels are well maintained and good food is given classrooms are good
Hostel fees are very nominal Pg will cost more than the hostel Food is average Quality is great
So many hostels are there for boys and girls separately, even for foreign students also. Hostel charges are nominal around Rs. 3000 per year. Classrooms, labs, libraries, dining halls, wifi all are available and good for a student.
There are lots of hostels available for the students. The food here is hygienic and awesome.
Hostel: Students pursuing higher education in Banaras Hindu University can reside in the university hostels. There are as many as sixty hostels run by the university and as many as nine thousand two hundred and eighteen students can be accommodated. There are separate hostels for boys and girls. The rooms in the hostel are nice and comfortable and there is also a common dining area where students can consume their meals. Students can also buy their meals from outside but there are strict rules and regulations about keeping the interiors of the rooms in the hostel spick and span.
Library: The University is serviced by a marvellous central library which houses a vast collection of books and archival materials from different parts of the country and at times even the world. The library ranks among one of the largest of Indian libraries.
Computer centre: There is a computer centre at the University that can be accessed by students and faculty members who wish to browse the internet in order to get ahead with their academic work. Data analysis software products are installed in most of the computers as are emailing facilities and of course access to Microsoft Office. Data analysis software is used by both the humanities and social sciences departments as well as the departments that specialise in the study of natural and pure science subjects.
International centre: International students are most likely to face adaptation problems because of lack of knowledge of language, weather change, etc. Banaras Hindu University has an international centre that takes care of the needs and requirements of the foreign nationals who are studying at the University and addresses their grievances.