There are two hostels, apartment-style hostel and a regular hostel both hostels are off-campus. There are many great PG's around the college as well as many different cafes that serve reasonably priced food. The campus is small as compared to other colleges such as Christ university but is build well. The quality of the classrooms is really nice, most classrooms have AC and are quite airy. The college provides free wifi and the college cafe is nice and serves good food. The hostel food is not good and is always cold. PG's costs around 5k per month to 12k per month. one meal in college can cost around 50 rupees.
There are 2 hostels where the students can opt to live. A newly constructed hostel has facilities like gym, sports area, swimming pool. The quality of food is average, it is found to be that, many a times it is not hygienic. PGs in and around the institute is a better option than the hostel, as quality food is provided and liberalized compared to the way it is in the hostel. The infrastructure of the College is very well maintained. Labs, classrooms, libraries are equipped with right essentials a student would need, there is nothing that lacks in this aspect. WiFi is provided within the campus, but it does have connectivity issue and Many websites are blocked.
2 hostels. They are good and fee structure is INR 120000 per annum. PGs are also good. Food in the college is not bad. Quality of the classrooms is very good.
PGs are available at a cheap rate. Food is good. State of the art infrastructure. Or maybe the building. But it's a small campus.
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