There are separate hostels for girls and boys and every student gets a room which he shares with another student. The fee for the hostel is extremely low around INR 5000/month which includes wifi food and living expenses. There is wifi on the whole campus and the labs are well equipped and there is a library which has all the books you'll need.
Since the establishment of Institute of Armament Technology (IAT) in 1952, the Library has come into its existence. Initially, started in College of Military Engineering (CME), Dapodi, Pune as the Library of Institute of Armament Studies. Library occupies a place of pride in DIAT DU and plays very vital role in institute’s outstanding training, research and education mission. It is a most lively place on the campus providing a comfortable and friendly environment that enables learning and advancement of knowledge, and promotes discovery and scholarship. Presently IC&L is well equipped with latest information technology tools for information collection, storage, processing and retrieval. The IC&L has a team of well qualified personal to cater the technological and scientific needs of the institute supported by an active collection of about 90,000+ documents maintained in a professional way for quick retrieval.
|DIAT (DU), DRDO Guest house is located in the campus nearer to Kadakwasla lake and it is surrounded with greeneries. There are two VIP rooms and eight general rooms. The guest house facility is available as per the DRDO guest house rules and regulations.|
Basket ball court
Lawn Tennis Court
Table Tennis Room
Gymnasiums (Officers’ Mess Gym, NGO Mess Gym, JCO Mess Gym, POINTS Mess Gym)
Medical facility at DIAT (DU) covers to Service officers and members of their family is provided by the RMO of DIAT (DU) at the MI Room. Cases requiring specialist medical opinion are referred to MH Khadakwasla/ Command Hospital (SC)/ MH Kirkee as applicable. Civilian staff and Students can have medical service of the RMO as per the rules and regulations on the subject. All officers and their families must be protected by vaccination and inoculation before arrival. To keep the vaccination and inoculation state up-to-date is the officer’s responsibility.