There is a well-built and fairly managed Gymnasium, under the supervision of the Department of Physical Education. Students, in general including hostel boarders can enjoy multi-gym facilities under the able guidance of the teachers and coaches belonging to the above-mentioned department.
The University Library system was initiated in the year 1961 after the establishment of the University of Kalyani in the year 1960. The present library building was inaugurated in the year 1979. Now the Central Library is a three storied building.
Central Library was established in order to meet the academic and research need of the Teachers, Research Scholars, the Students and the other staff members. In a lively University campus, the Central Library serves as the hive of academic activities for students, scholars, staffs and faculty members in pursuit of excellence in their respective area of studies. Central Library provides books, journals as well as current information on various topics to fulfill the needs of the University Community.
University Health Centre
The University of Kalyani has a well-equipped Health Centre for providing medical assistance to its communities. It started functioning from the early sixties, building was established on 1978.
The University communities, i.e. students, research scholars, employees, officers and their families are enjoying medical facilities from the Health Centre. Health Centre extends health care activities both in preventive and as well as curative ways.
University Guest House
The University has a two-storied furnished Guest House located near the entrance of the main campus. There are two single-bed and four double-bed rooms. One of the double-bed rooms has air-condition facility. Persons visiting the University for academic and administrative purposes are cordially accommodated to enjoy the facility of the Guest House at very reasonable rate. University has another Guest House for providing temporary accommodation to Guests of the University.
Admission to different Halls and Hostels of the University is made, generally, on the basis of the distance from the residence and family income of the regular students and Research Scholars. Regular students or Research scholars have to apply to the Dean, Students’ Welfare in prescribed Hostel Admission form along with following documents : Attested photocopies of (i) Admission Fees book, (ii) Residential document (Voter ID/Ration card), (iii) Distance certificate & Rail ticket, (iv) Family income certificate, (v) Caste certificate, (vi) Two copies of photograph etc.
Boarders have to abide by rules, regulations, and norms of the Hostel, under the supervision of Provost/Superintendent. They have to deposit meal charge within the 5th day of each month. No boarder is allowed to enter Hostel after 6.30 p.m. during September to February and 7.00 pm. during March to August. All fees are collected by the concerned Provost/Superintendent or Steward/Stewardess on behalf of Provost. All fees are collected from the borders to be deposited in the Bank Account of the respective Hostels. No boarder is allowed to collect or deposit money from to any border except the Steward/Stewardess and Provost/Superintendent.
No Guest would be allowed to stay in the Hostel. For emergency, boarders may take written permission for their guest from their concerned Provost/Superintendent, for not more than three days. Beyond 3 days they have to take written permission from the Dean, Students’ Welfare for their Guest. Charges to be deposited in advance to the Provost/Superintendent. No guest will be allowed to visit a border beyond visiting hours (i.e. 8 am to 10 am and 4 pm to 6 pm)
The University has two A.C Auditoriums, Vidyasagar Sabhagriha and Acharya Prafulla Chandra Sabhakaksha and two non-A.C auditoriums, Samir Dasgupta Mancha and Bibhuti Bhusan Kaksha for holding seminars, workshop, Symposia and Cultural activities of the students.
Besides the above mentioned auditoriums, there is about 15 Seminar and Lecture halls attach to different academic departments.