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Christian College of Engineering and Technology, [CCET] Dindigul - Hostels and Facilities

Reviews on Infra/Hostels of Christian College of Engineering and Technology, [CCET] Dindigul

Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech] Reviews


renni
Renni
Bachelor of Engineering [BE] (Computer Science), batch of 2018
7/10
INFRASTRUCTURE & TRANSPORTATION
  • The college has a hostel for both boys and girls maintained seperately within the college campus itself and the fee for food and accomodation is aroud Rs 50,000 per year
  • The food available is of good quality, but the quantity varies according to it cost. An averag meal costs about 30 rupees
  • The classrooms are of good quality with good atmosphere, the classes were handled by good staff in both English and Tamil


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Christian College of Engineering and Technology, [CCET] Dindigul Infrastructure Details

LIBRARY

Library is a Store - House of Knowledge. The CCET Library established in 2001 had 1000 books to start with. Now the library contains more than 21,000 Volumes. It function from 9.00 am to 5.30 pm in all working days.

Facilities:

Inside the Library:

Open Access facilities for Textual Documents.
Reference Books & Competition Books.,
News Papers, Weekly & Fortnightly Magazines.
DELNET is available for accessing various Journals, Articles & Periodicals in Science & Technology.

Outside the Library:

Lending for Home Study (only for Text Books)
Department Libraries.
Speciman Copies to Staff.

Computer Center

The college has a Computer Center with Dedicated (1:1) Leased Line Connetion of 4 MBPS with Internet Facilities available round the clock. Wi-Fi connectivity is available through out the campus for the students.

Hostel

Separate hostels for Gents and Ladies are available. A warden / staff in each hostel is appointed to look after the students as well as to maintain peaceful atmosphere in the hostel.

The hostel inmates must adhere to the time-table formed to suit the convenience of all. Silence must be observed from 8.30 PM to 6.30 AM to provide conducive atmosphere for all to study. No student is permitted to go outside the hostel after 6.30 PM. without the written permission of the warden. Parents are required to give a list of authorized persons or local guardians who alone can be permitted to visit their son / daughter, ward in the hostel. Visitors may meet the students only in the visitor's hall in the hostel. Students are not permitted to stay overnight in their local guardian's house.

A hosteller may attend a function at home only after a formal written request from the parent to the Principal. Hostellers are allowed to go home only if the college is closed for a week or more. The students must record the time and date of their departure / arrival before leaving and after arriving at the hostel. No electrical gadgers, musical instrument or motorized vehicles will be allowed to be kept in the hostel. Each inmate is responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of the hostel, its property and the surrounding area. Any breakage, damage, loss of property to the hostel will be replaced or compensated by them.

Students, who do not pay their hostel dues, found misbehaving, causing nuisance to others will be expelled from the hostel. Moreover, the college reserves the right to withdraw accommodation of any student at any time without assigning any reason for the same.

 



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