Hostel Facilities


Nirwan University provide hostel facility to student who come from different part of the country to purpose higher education. There is separate hostel for boys and girl. At present there are 2 hostels 1 on campus for boys and 1 off campus for girls.

It is rightly said that a hostel is a home away from home. For hostellers, their room become their small world necessary measures are taken to ensure the cleanliness and safety of all the hostel. The hostel service is student friendly and gives them a feeling of being at home.

Procedure for Admission

 

Room Allocation

The allotment of Rooms may not necessarily be of one’s choice, however the student choice will be taken into account while allotting the room. the rooms will be allotted by the hall administration. Subsequently mutual shifting between the student may be permitted at the sale discretion of the hall administration. Once allotted the rooms will generally not be changed unless it is for maintenance of discipline or other such necessity on the discretion of the hall administration.

The hall administration intentionally places students of varying academic. Cultural, social, national backgrounds together so that cross cultural, academic, social and nation learning is achieved student are expected to give full respect and equal right to the roommates, irrespective of their varying backgrounds.

Allotment is generally done on a shared (triple/four occupancy basis i.e. 3-4 persons per room).

Student must occupy the rooms allotted to them and should not exchange rooms without the knowledge of the concerned chief warden.

Fee Structure

Room Types

 

Fee Per Annum Indian Nationals in INR

Fee Per Annum Foreign Nationals in USD

Single Room

AC

125000

2000

Cooler

95000

1800

Non AC

85000

1400

Shared Room (3-4 Seater)

AC

90000

1650

Cooler

75000

1250

Non AC

65000

1050

 

Note: One time security amount of Rs. 2000 / USD 50 will be charges extra (adjustable)

Payment of Fees

All the applicable fee can be paid into two instalments (Ist at the time of admission in the month of August) and second fee instalment in December. Subsequently the payment in future should be made in the months of may (Ist instalment) and November (IInd instalment). The residents must by the fees is advance to avail the hall facilities.

Halls of residence fee can pay online or offline by deposited cash / demand draft or using debit or credit card.

Late fee: A late fee of Rs. 100 per day will be charged in the hall fees are not paid by the due date.

Refund of Fees

Before the commencement of classes: If the student withdraws before the commencement of classes, Rs. 1,000/- will be deducted as processing charges and balance shall be refunded.

After the commencement of classes:

Student must give one-month prior intimation to vacate the room to the dean student welfare.

Note: In case of any damage incurred by the student damage charges shall be deducted from the security deposit. In case the damage charges exceed the security deposit amount i.e. Rs. 2000 / USD-50 the student shall bear the additional cost.

Roles and responsibilities as a student in the halls of Residence privacy

Student using computers are not permitted to use multimedia speaker. Violation of this will be viewed seriously. Only ear hags can be used in the room to respect the privacy of other roommates.

ID Card: I dentity card will be issued to all the inmates of the Hall of Residence. They should produce their identity cards or demand. In case of loss duplicate card will be issued on payment of Rs. 100 / USD – 5.

Surprise check:  May be carried out on monthly basis by the wardens and other halls of Residence Staff to ensure there is not unlawful activity like ragging, smoking, harassing roommates or possession of weapon etc. Hall Administration is empowered to check the hall rooms at any time. In case of female occupant, the inspection will be carried out in the presence of a female staff member.

Personal belongings: Students are advised always to keep their belongings under lock & key and to lock their room whenever they go out. Students are expected to behave in a mature and responsible manner and look after their belongings, students are advised not to keep expenses jewellery, heavy cash or any other valuable in their room. The hall administration will not be responsible for any loss of personal belongings and such complaints shall not be entertained.

Parties and Functions: Students should not arrange any function, meeting or religious gathering within the Hall of Residence without prior permission of the authorities. In case, the students need to organise a function (such as birthday parties etc.) at the hall. They are required to get permission from the chief warden or through the dean student’s welfare after giving a written request in these regards. If the administration allows residents to organise any function. The hall representative may be asked to provide a written undertaking of good conduct and observing acceded norms of behaviour.

Misconduct: Misconduct or infringments of rules & regulations and activities which are not in the interest of the university and harmful to the reputation will make a student liable to severe disciplinary action and even expulsion from the halls of residence & University. Room-mates will report anyone missing from their rooms after 10 PM and will be equally liable for disciplinary action in case of not reporting this or any other abnormal event in the room.

Cooking: Cooking in the Hall of Residence room is not permitted except in areas with special cooking facilities, possession of cooking material, induction tops, stoves heaters etc. will invite heavy penalty and repeated offence may amount to expulsion from the Hall of Residences.

Smoking: Smoking inside on of residence and common areas is not permitted. Violation will be considered breach of discipline and will attract a fine of Rs. 1,000 per violation.

No student is allowed to use any sort of narcotics. Any student found involved in use or possession of narcotics will be expected from the Hall of Residence in addition to other disciplinary action.

Complaints: A halls of residence committee has been formed at Nirwan University to look into various matters or problems, related to Hall of Residence. The composition of the committee will be intimated from time to time, for the convenience of the residents, a complaint handling system is in vogue. In case of any complaint regarding upkeep and maintenance, the complaint should be entered in complaint register which is in the custody of hall warden. All avenues are available to you for lodging complaints for unattended work. It would however be appropriate if immediate channels are topped first these are

Others: students are strictly prohibited from taking out any procession indulging in unauthorised group activities. No one shall indulge in politics, violence, rioting or instigate communal feeling or have dealings with outside element, such activities may lead to expulsion of the student from the halls as well as the university.

Ragging: Ragging is cognizable offence. Ragging in any form is strictly prohibited and the students are advised not to do indulge in any form of the same server action will be taken against those who indulge in such activities as per government order and University rules.

Ragging entails heavy fines / suspension / expulsion from the Hall of Residence and university.

Any student with our intention of causing ragging or with the knowledge that he / she is likely by such act to cause ragging commits or abets ragging, and there by teases or embarrasses or humiliates or assault or uses criminal force or criminally intimidates or wrongfully restrains or wrongfully confines of cause grievous hurt or kidnaps or abducts or rapes or commits unnatural affiance or cause death or abets suicide shall be punished as per the prohibition of ragging Act. 1997.

If the individuals committing or abetting ragging are not identified, collective punishment could be resorted to act as a deterrent punishment and to ensure collective pressure on the potential raggers.

Safety and security at halls

Your Personal Safety:  Though all of our halls are safe and secure, with 24 hours security and closed-circuit television cameras (CCTV) it is advised that you take the following precautions:

General Health and Safety: large items may not be brought into hall building they must not be stored externally where they obstruct access to doors or stairs. You must not obstruct doors, corridors, stairs or communal areas. Use of inflammable and hazardous substance is strictly prohibited in the halls.

Hall timing

Entry / Exit timings: for security reasons and to ensure that no unauthorised person enters the hall premise, entry will strictly be restricted to the residents except for guests during specified hours and the university staff. The students must keep their identify cards with them at all time. Residents will not be allowed to go out of or entry the halls after 9:30 p.m. unless they have prior approval of the chief warden.

Visitor Timings: Visitors may visit the Hall of Residence from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. during working day and 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. during holidays.

Food and Catering

Centralised Mess: Once a student joins the Hall of Residence, he / she  is deemed to be a member of the centralised mess facility until he / she vacates the Hall of Residence officially.

The halls of Residence provides highly subsidized vegetarian / non vegetarian and South Indian / North Indian food. The residents will be asked to submit the choices of their food at the time of submitting their application form.

Mess Timing

Food will be served at the following timings

Mess Rules