No hostels are provided. Outstation students take PGs in Saya Niketan which is 10 minutes away from the campus. The rent differs according to the amenities and space provided. The least beginning from Rs. 6000. Few PGs do provide meals and wifi (charged separately). The college has a decent canteen with fairly priced food. A plate of cholesterol bhatures come at Rs.30. Wi-Fi is available in the campus throughout the day. The library is huge (3 floored LIBRARY) with a vast selection of books related to all course and a good stock of fictional books as well. The classrooms are airy and natural light is available in most of the classes.
Amidst the embassies, the fact that JMC is located in the best part of New Delhi is incomprable. It is not "on campus" which has its own pros and cons. The building and infrastrucure which is under renovation is excellent. The college does not have hostel facilities but there are plenty of PGs and flats right across Satya Niketan which is a 5 minute walk from college.
The college is located in a lush 15 acre campus in Chanakya Puri, the diplomatic area in New Delhi the capital of India.
The college building, designed by Pawar & Pawar (Northern Construction Company), stands on the solid rock of the Aravalli range, and consists mainly of three buildings: the interconnected teaching and administrative block, the library and the Multipurpose Hall designed by Mr. Ranjit P. John.
The elegant nun’s residence is set apart, surrounded by a lovely garden.
Other than the great location, the college has excellent infrastructure to recommend it; The landscaped college grounds are widely admired.
JMC has an old library with a huge collection of books divided on three floors. A unique feature, which no other college under Delhi University provides, is an inhouse gymnasium. The gymnasium is open to membership for only students and staff of JMC. The college, which is also known for its psychology course, has a well-equipped lab. Also set in the grounds is an amphitheatre. In addition, there are hockey, cricket, lawn tennis, football and basketball fields.
The Jesus and Mary College library provides access to students to a wide range of scholarly journals and books, growing digital media collections and other printed materials to support research and learning.
The Library is housed in a three-floor building. The well-organised, expertly maintained, fully computerized library has approx. 50,000 books and bound journals, total sitting capacity of about 180 (with provision for adding more), reading halls on all the floors and cubicles for the faculty on the 1st floor. It has been organised as follows:
The library has a provision for book reservations for its users. There are five special sections in the library - Text Books, Reference, Weekly, Periodical and Book Bank. Library database can be accessed through Online Public Access Catalogue.
The College provides many facilities for sporting activities within its 15 acre campus. There are provisions and equipments for more than 10 different sports. It is therefore no surprise that Jesus and Mary College has for many years won accolades for sporting events within the University. Its students have participated in National and International events and won prizes.
The campus has fields and facilities for a number of Sports including the following:
The large Multi purpose building and hall within the College Campus was inaugurated in 2006 and blessed by Archbishop Vincent Concessao.
The building has an auditorium and an area for indoor games. In the basement of the Hall are seminar rooms and a fully equipped Computer Laboratory.
The hall is used for various cultural activities and indoor games. College events and Student activities are hosted in the hall.
For more details visit-http://www.jmc.ac.in/resources-n-facilities/
The college does not have hostel facility but there is a huge variety of PG options available within one kilometre surrounding space of the college, though the college is located off campus. The area has good environment and all market facilities and is pretty much the student hub called "Satya", hence the rent will not be dirt cheap but the option will be economical and saves a lot of additional travel cost as the college is just walking distance.
The college canteen or cafeteria is not superb but offers decent food quantity and quality wise. A meal could cost you from about 50-70 bucks. The canteen works during thecollege hours.
We do not have hostel facilities. Decent PGs are found nearby in Satya niketan, Anand niketan and rk puram, just few mins away from the college. The food on an average costs 30 per dish and is hygenic, tasty and in good portions. The classrooms to are well ventilated and equipped with all the necessary digital equipments. The infrastructure overall including the libraries,auditorium and and the theatre is brilliant.
The college infrastructure is not so great.
No hostels. many Ph.D. are there outside of college.food is good. good class rooms.INR 300 per meal.
If you want to stay in the hostel you can. If you want to stay in PG you can. PGs fee is INR 5,000 per month. Classrooms are good.
There are hostels for various departments. The PGs outside the college is the cost ranging from 5000 Quality of classroom are good.
Many of hostel are available. The hostel fee is INR 4000 per meal and quality classrooms are good.
Food coast in college is normally not too highly coast and not too less price and there is a good quality of classroom, Labs, libraries, wi-fi.
There are 5 hostels available for the students.
There is only one hostel in the college and it costs around INR 1 lakh per year.
There is no hostel facility in the college but pgs are available within a distance of 1 km namely Satya Niketan, Anand Niketan,etc.Cost of pg various from ₹6000 to ₹18000 per month.It can also fluctuate. Food is good and affordable and infrastructure is also very good.
The infrastructure is quite well. Labs are well equipped aand library has abundance of books. College has multi-purpose hall too. The classes are well equipped with fans and furniture.