Good quality of hostel and separate for boys and girls and hygiene is good food.
There is a separate hostel for boys and girls. There are many PG's near the college and are easily available. the rent per month varies between INR 4000 to 5000. The food in college is average. Overall quality of classrooms, labs, libraries etc is excellent.
There are two separate hostels for girls and boys . The approximate fees for hostels are INR 35000/- per annum. Quality of class room, laboratories and libraries are good. The Wifi facility is good. Although our college campus is not very large in space
The college library is situated in the heart of the college campus. Consisting of three beautifully built halls, it provides comfortable sitting to over 250 students. Its stock of over 70000 books and complemented by regular subscription to some 70 national and international journals provides adequate and sufficient reading material to the students. The library provides internet facility to the students. It offers computerized circulation service, reference service and book bank facility
A feel of home, a feeling of home-well, this is what Dayanand College Hostels give to its inmates. The three hostels sprawling over acres of green space, surrounded by tall, caring trees are at walkable distance from the college campus. A bit of morning walk readies you for the studies and a bit of afternoon walk back to the hostel whets up your appetite for healthy, rich food.
This "green place" is minds away from the noise and nervousness of any disturbing factor. You get a lot to soothe your nerves- the sweet sounds of birds, the glorious dances of butterflies, the open sky space, everything that you need to strike the right note for studies, the right feel of home away from home.
Students come here from far off places, but very soon they develop a "near-on" spirit in the homogenous salubrious atmosphere they get here.
These hostels are managed by students themselves, supported by the hostel staff. They constitute their own mess/canteen committees, choose their own prefects and guardian their own interests. The college guides them, guards them. But they soon develop the spirit of bon-homie.
Each of these hostels- two for women and one for men-provides separate dining hall and recreation halls. Here the residents can browse in some casual reading , do a bit of indoor playing of carrom, table-tennis, tv etc. The hostels provide wholesome, rich food to the students. All in harmony with the festive spirit, we celebrate all the important national and religions festivals. God's plenty, you'd say.