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Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning, [SSSIHL] Anantapur - Hostels and Facilities

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Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] Reviews

Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] (Mathematics), batch of 2020

There are four campuses and each campus has its own hostel, our hostels are well maintained throughout the day and night by different workers and housekeeping, hostel fee per month is around 3,000/-. There are numerous options for further studies after UG and their fee is also the same. Food in college is good and it costs only 80/- per day. The quality of everything is very high to the standard required.

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Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning, [SSSIHL] Anantapur Infrastructure Details

Facilities at Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning-


  • Library
  • Classrooms
  • Computer Center
  • Internet Access
  • Hostels
  • Multimedia learning centre
  • Sports
  • Laboratories


  • Sports and Cultural Activities- The Annual Sports and Cultural Meet is a minefield of cultural and sporting activities. This annual event combines academic competitions, sporting competitions, cultural competitions and debates for an inclusive experience
  • Yoga Classes- Yoga Classes are organized for benefiting mind and body University provides lessons in the philosophy of yogasanas and physical fitness exercises
  • Daily Prayers- Prayers and Devotional songs are held before the start of the day for make students aware of their Divine Reality
  • Thursday Moral Classes- On Thursday, talks by eminent speakers stressing on their personal spiritual experiences are held. Moral Classes also used to highlight students’ talents in music, dramatics, elocution, debates, quizzes, etc.
  • Festivals- The students from all campuses gather at Prasanthi Nilayam on all important festival occasions such as Guru Pournima, Navaratri, Christmas, New Year, Shivaratri, University Convocation and the Annual Sports and Cultural Meet.
  • Sumer Classes- The Summer Course on Indian Culture & Spiritualityis organizes where talks and music programmes by students of individual campuses, along with Vedam chanting are held
  • Social Service weeks- During social service weeks, students repair roads and buildings, clean and whitewash, organize medical camps, and plant trees


The university library has a rich collection of books, journals and other reference material which are in ratio:

  • 160,000 (across all three campuses)
  • 15,000 volumes
  • 250 periodicals (both National and International)
  • 6055 E-Journal Subscriptions and 55,100 E-Books under the UGC INFONET Digital Library Consortium 

Computer Centre:

The modern Computer Centre at the campuses are equipped with 492 computers for use by the students. As a result, the student to computer ratio of the University now stands at 2.5:1. Wi-Fi and broadband connectivity ties the whole campus together.

Sri Sathya Sai Hill View Stadium:

Annual & International sports events and cultural meets are organised in the stadium. Stadiuum accommodates over 25,000 people.


The university auditorium is utilized for profound social events, petitions to God, scholarly congregations or for other events and cultural programmes. Each campus auditorium accommodate sover 900 people.

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