They were many Hostels as I was relocated to Vellore, I was travelling from my home to university hence denied the option of hostels.
Food was provided I had never been as I was traveling home as it was near.
Quality & hospitality was very good.
Our college had the best labs & Libraries. I still remember taking a lot of books for my reference from the Library.
Good infrastructure, campus is with complete wifi and smart features, good library is also available.
Total 17 boys hostel blocks and 6 girls hostels blocks are there on the campuses. Fees depends upon type of room one has selected during room counselling. PGs are available with a charges of INR 3,000 per month.
There are 6 women's hostels numbered from A-F. They are within the main campus and separated from the men's hostels by guards and a railway track. The men's hostels were numbered till P, last I knew. There are PGs available outside.
The hostel fee varies as per type of room allotted which is in turn determined by merit order and choice.
I had taken a single non-AC room in my final semester which cost about Rs 85,000 per year. AC rooms are highly advisable in the Vellore summers. I had a 4-bedded AC room for my 1st two semesters, costing about Rs 82,000 annually.
The food is excellent- great quality and choice of cuisines available. It is also nutritionally balanced with salads on offer and of course hygienic.
Quality of classrooms can be better. Vellore is too hot for non-AC classrooms. Labs are pretty good, especially for those professors with funding. Dining halls are good. The wifi while fast enough, has limited data allotted per student.
There are 7 hostels in this college but I don't know about the fees structure. PG's are available outside the college.
There are many hostels in our campus . The food is good, cost per meal is INR 50. There are no PG's available near our campus. The quality of classrooms, labs, libraries are good.
The hostel is very big. With over 10+ buildings with a minimum of 5 floors, it has a large student capacity. The fee depends on the type of room you choose (AC/N AC) (1, 2,3,4,6 bedded). There are PGs and flats available but I haven't done any inquiry about that. I prefer the hostel ambiance. It's strict and well maintained. The food is also good ranging from South to North, veg, non-veg. WiFi is available for all students with a usage of 10 GB/month.
There are three hostel divided on the category like gender, year of course and your course. And the average fee for hostel is INR90000. but if u wanna opt for outside staying then it is better too...there are many flats near vit to stay at an average rate of 9000 for 2 bhk. Food in the hostel is close to satisfactory but they try there best and respects your opinion over the meal. There amenities and infrastructure is fine enough. Library is well structured and really a nice place to study.
There are around 10 hostel blocks for men and 6 for girls. Hostel fees range from INR 15k to 70k based on preferences like you want AC or not, how many people you want to be sharing your room. The food here is not like home but surely is better than other standard colleges. And quality is uncompromised. Mess fees go up to 50k based on preferences of cuisine. Payment is on the semester basis as mentioned above. Quality of classes is good, especially now that they have upgraded to smart classes. WiFi also is very good with up to 20gb per month and with an average speed of 200-250kbps.
There are 17 mens hostel and 7 girls hostel fees are based on rooms they taken like AC or non AC how many beds from 20000 to 60000 per year Hostel food is average food also based on type we take veg or non veg south or north foods 30000 to 60000 Very good and clean classrooms labs and libraries is with centralized AC and free WIFI too every month for every students vit provides 10GB free wifi
There are 18 hostels for boys and 6 hostels for girls. You can also stay outside the campus.
Hostels are available and Pg's are also available nearby the campus. Classrooms, labs, and library are good.
I am not a hosteller but there is quite a huge number of hostels with good infrastructure. The food provided in hostels is also quite good as heard from my hostel friends.
In our college, they are A block to M block. The PG from outside cost Rs. 2.5k per month. The food in college was average and its cost is also average. Classrooms are good and overall infrastructure is also good.
Now 4 hostels in Chennai branch 3 boys,one for girls Classrooms are projector base learning, e-learning,the infrastructure is build very good
I'm a day scholar so I don't know about the hostel procedure and pgs around the college. The classrooms are well built with full ventilation. Library is the best part of my university. WiFi is good and speed also. Shuttle cab plays the best role in helping students get to the place they needed inside the campus.
there are separate hostels available for both girls and boys and food provided in the college is good which costs INR 40000 per annum. The infrastructure of labs libraries and classrooms are well built and equipped with WIFI.
Hostels are available for both boys and girls. I have no idea about the hostel fee.
The food in college is good and it cost INR 45 per meal. The infrastructure of the Labs and library is well built.
Their many hostels my college with can accommodate at least 3000 people.
The quality of classrooms are mindblowing and Wifi facility is free for all students. The college infrastructure is good.
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