There are two hostels running in good condition in our college separately for boys and girl students. The hostel fee is around Rs. 40,000/- per student per year. The food in our college is 50 per plate and is of good quality. Many paying guest rooms are surrounded by our college. The classrooms are neat and clean. libraries are very useful in having different kinds of books on different subjects. The wifi facility is good. The dining halls are big and maintaining in neat condition. The labs are having different types of equipment useful for all group students.
There are 2 hostels. One for boys and one for girls. Hostels are good and hostel fee is Rs.4000 per month. The food is good and it cost Rs.50/- per meal. The classrooms are clean and benches available for students to sit on it. Computer labs are good. Wi-Fi is not available.
There are two hostels for boys and girls available separately. Good hygienic food is available here and one plate meal costs INR 50. Well equipped classrooms, library, dinnig halls are there and no wi-fi facility is available.
GIST has a fleet of transport vehicles covering almost all areas in and around Nellore town including remote villages and hamlets and picks up the students and faculty from almost anywhere around much to their convenience. In addition to these, regular route buses and several private vehicles ply at regular intervals making the Institution easily accessible.
No efforts have been spared to make the out-station students feel at home in the hostels run on campus for both girl and boy students with all the required facilities and comforts necessary for stay and study. Some salient features include:
The Libraries illuminate and refine the intellect and create infinite avenues for self learning. They are the intellectual store-houses of learning sources and resources. The Central Library of GIST provides reading material both printed and non-printed and access to the web, online journals, online books, reference books and digital libraries for accessing e-learning materials serving nearly 200 members of faculty and about 1500 students through the following resources: