Students including research scholars are distributed in three boys’ hostels and one girls’ hostel. Every student has a well appointed single room to oneself. Rooms are internet accessible and are sufficiently illuminated and ventilated. Bathrooms are fitted with geysers for supplying hot water as and when necessary. Filtered drinking water is available throughout day and night in these hostels. Each hostel is provided with a reading room, badminton court and table tennis board for recreation of boarders. Mess is of course an inseparable part of these hostels. Hostel residents are offered breakfast, lunch and dinner on all days including holidays. However, mess charge separately for food served during vacations.
Doctoral candidates with families could be allotted separate quarters within the campus subject to availability.
There are three boys’ hostels with distribution pattern:
BH 1 with capacity of 313 students;
BH 2 with capacity of 311 students;
BH 3 with capacity of 256 students.
There is a single girls’ hostel with a capacity for housing 135 students. This number is expected to cross 150 shortly.