Hostels

Accommodation status in hostels

Distribution of students in various hostels. Click image to enlarge.

Hostel Accommodation
On-Campus accommodation was provided to over 4,500 students in 23 Hostels including eight Hostels for Ladies during the academic year 2018-19.  Only Ladies’ Hostel (LH-III), VI and VII and Men’s Hostel-E, E-Annex, MH-K  accommodate Research Scholars.  Post-graduate and M.Tech/M.Phil students are accommodated in the remaining nineteen hostels.   The break-up of various categories of boarders are given below:

The break-up of various categories of boarders are given below:

HOSTEL FACILITY

Foreign

National

GEN OBC PWD SC ST TOTAL
LH-I:  Ladies’ Hostel One 2 57 67   23 21 170
LH-II: :  Ladies’ Hostel Two   71 47   28 26 172
LH-III:  Ladies’ Hostel Three   24 21   9 4 58
LH-IV:  Ladies’ Hostel Four 1 94 63   25 21 204
LH-IX:  Ladies’ Hostel Five   183 124   47 16 370
LH-V:  Ladies’ Hostel Six 1 77 79   26 15 198
LH-VI:  Ladies’ Hostel Seven   32 29   4 10 75
LH-VII:  Ladies’ Hostel Eight 1 132 111   49 19 312
LH-VIII:  Ladies’ Hostel Nine 2 140 115   37 18 312
MH-A: :  Men’s Hostel -A   46 39   15 7 107
MH-B: Men’s Hostel -B   44 35   15 11 105
MH-C: Men’s Hostel -C   23 33 1 19 4 80
MH-D: Men’s Hostel -D   45 36   13 10 104
MH-E(ANN) : Men’s Hostel -NRS (Annexe)   116 75   48 14 253
MH-E(NRS) : Men’s Hostel -NRS 2 60 81   45 23 211
MH-F: Men’s Hostel -F 2 100 89 1 36 18 246
MH-G: Men’s Hostel -G   24 24   9 5 62
MH-H: Men’s Hostel -H   71 70   44 17 202
MH-I: Men’s Hostel -I 1 124 151 1 68 31 376
MH-J: Men’s Hostel -J 3 113 139   76 37 368
MH-K: Men’s Hostel -K   100 80   47 24 251
MH-L: Men’s Hostel -K 1 119 130   74 36 360
Grand Total 16 1795 1638 3 757 387 4596

Bar diagram showing occupation of students in UoH hostels belonging to various categories:

bardiagram 2018-19

 

Hostel Administration:
The Chief Warden and Deputy Chief Wardens look after the overall administration of hostels in addition to their regular teaching assignments and research work. All the Wardens are faculty members and most of them are provided on-Campus accommodation.

The Office of the Chief Warden is supported by a team of administrative staff.  Like-wise, the Wardens/hostel offices are also supported by administrative staff.

Hostel administration is carried out through the University’s e-governance portal.

Support Staff:
The University provides 187 supporting staff, which includes Mess Manager/Supervisors, Cooks, Helper Cooks, Coupon Clerks, Server Cleaners and Sweepers to maintain the hostels and hostel messes in addition to 146 outsourced workers.