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Hostels and Infrastructure
Q1) Is a guest house available for the parents?
A) The guest house is presently under construction and would be completed soon. Once ready the parents with prior permission would be allowed to stay in
Q2) Is hot water available for students?
A) Yes. All hostels have geysers installed in bathrooms.
Q3) Are there some hostel rules and regulations?
A) Yes. Students must maintain discipline in the mess, in the common room, and within hostel premises in general. The students violating rules may have to face disciplinary action as decided by the authorities.
Q4) Are telephones installed in hostels?
A) Yes. Each hostel has a telephone that the parents can use to contact their children. The students may use a calling card to make local/STD calls from the
Q5) Can students keep computers in their rooms?
A) Yes. Students can keep their own computers in their rooms.
Q6) Is a computer needed for computer for studying at the Institute?
A) No. The Institute has enough labs which operate round the clock. Besides, the hostels have been equipped with labs and internet facilities. The student in general does not require a computer, although he/she may bring one if he/she desires.
Q7) Can I keep electrical and musical equipments in my room?
A) Heaters and coolers not permitted in any room. Students can keep music equipment, but should ensure that they will not disturb their neighbors.
Q8) What if I am being bothered by some students?
A) Report the case immediately to the warden. Suitable action will be taken by the warden.
Q9) What furniture do I get in my room?
A) You get a study table, 1 chair, and a bed. Tube-light fittings and fans exist in all rooms. You must bring your own bedding.
Q10) How many students need to share a room?
A) Every student is allotted an independent singly occupied room.
Q11) Are computer facilities available in the hostels?
A) Yes, there are computer rooms in each hostel, which can be accessed round the clock, along with internet connections.
Q12) Is there any entertainment facility in hostels?
A) Each hostel has a common room which is equipped with a Cable TV. Each hostel is provided with a reading room that has magazines and newspapers. Each hostel also has a collection of books for general reading.
Q13) What does mess food include?
A) The Mess routine includes Breakfast, lunch, evening tea, and dinner. The food served in the hostel is simple and hygienic. Additionally, students can purchase special items such as ice cream, juice, snacks etc. from the hostel canteen.
Q14) What are the mess timings?
A) Breakfast begins at 7.30 AM and remains available up to 9.30 AM. Similarly, lunch is from 12.30 PM to 2.00 PM. Dinner timing is from 7.30 PM to 9:00 PM.
Evening tea is from 5:30PM to 6:30 PM.
Q15) How do I pay for the mess?
A) Mess fees is paid through a form at the time of registration which transfers the money to the hostel's mess account. Adjustments against the paid amount
are done at the year end.
Q16) Are guests allowed inside hostels?
A) In the boys' hostel, male friends, male relatives, and parents are permitted to enter on prior permission with the hostel authorities.
Q17) Is there any medical facility in hostel?
A) Every hostel is provided with a medical first aid box that the students can use in case of emergency.
Q18) Are there any timings of the hostels entrance?
A) The girls’ hostel has strict timings which the girls must adhere. They are not allowed to leave the hostel after stipulated time. The Boys Hostel does not have any time restriction within the campus. But students must reach the institute campus by 12 midnight. They are not allowed to leave the campus after this time.
Q19) In case of any problem in the hostel, whom should we contact?
A) Each hostel has a separate residential warden and a chief warden. In case of any help students are free to approach their respective wardens. The contact details of the wardens are:
Dr. Naval Bajpai (Warden, BH1), Ph: 0751-2449814(Off), 9425121627 (Mob)
Dr. Joydip Dhar (Warden BH3), Ph: 0751- 2449829 (Off), 9425117063 (Mob)
Q20) In case of any electrical problems, what can the students do?
A) The institute provides electrical staff, carpenters and other staff for all general needs. They are always available. The students may contact the hostel guards or the residential warden for all such issues.
Q21) What is the quality of water being served at the hostels?
A) Every hostel has adequate number of RO water purifiers along with water coolers installed at various places. These give pure water for drinking.
Q22) How often are there power cuts in the hostels?
A) The hostels very rarely have power cuts. Usually power is available 24 hours.
Q23) Is there any power backup in the Institute?
A) The Institute has power backup for the entire academic and administrative block that ensures a regular supply of power even in case of power failures.
Q24) Is there appropriate cooling in the classes and labs?
A) The entire academic block comprising of Lecture Theaters, Seminar Hals, Labs etc. and the administrative Block are centrally air conditioned.
Q25) What would happen if there is a sudden emergency?
A) IIITM is a fully residential campus with all the faculties and even Director residing at the campus itself. In such cases suitable help would be
extended at the earliest. Any faculty may be contacted for help. Besides, the students are always available for help.