(A Central University)
Srinagar (Garhwal) Uttarakhand-246174

 Hostel Information & Form for the academic year 2016-2017

 

Hostel

Providing hostel facilities to students both boys and girls has been a priority of the University specially after being upgraded as a Central University. The University is making all efforts to construct new hostels to meet the growing demand of students from outside for the facility and thus a tremendous progress has been made in this direction. The status of the three Campuses of the University with respect to the hostel accommodation is shown in table below.

Detailed information regarding the type of accommodation of various hostels, procedure of allotment of hostel accommodation, rules governing residence in the hostels, fee, etc., is available in the Office of the Warden at Birla Campus at Srinagar.

Hostels for Girls

S.No.

Name of the Hostel

Location

Type of Accommodation
in each Room

Housing Capacity

1

Alaknanda Girls Hostel

Birla Campus Srinagar

3-Seater

60 Beds

2

Bhagirathi Girls Hostel

Chauras Campus

3-Seater

150 Beds

3

Mandakini Girls Hostel

Chauras Campus

2-Seater

86 Beds

4

Higher Studies Women Hostel

Chauras Campus

2-Seater

28 Beds

5

Girls Research Hostel

Chauras Campus

1-Seater

50 Beds

6

New Girls Hostel

Chauras Campus

2-Seater

  200 Beds

7

Girls Hostel

BGR Campus Pauri

2-Seater

40 Beds

8

Girls Hostel

SRT Campus Badshahithaul Tehri

4-Seater

96 Beds

Hostels for Boys


S.No.

Name of the Hostel

Location

Type of Accommodation
in each Room

Housing Capacity

1

Chaukhamba Boys Hostel

Birla Campus Srinagar

3-Seater

90 Beds

2

Trishul Boys Hostel

Birla Campus Srinagar

2-Seater

72 Beds

3

Babu Jagjeevanram Boys Hostel

Birla Campus Srinagar

2-Seater

40 Beds

4

New Boys Hostel

Chauras Campus, Chauras

2-Seater

92 Beds

5

Research Boys Hostel

Chauras Campus, Chauras

1-Seater

50 Beds

6

Boys Hostel

BGR Campus Pauri

2- Seater

90 Beds

7

Boys Hostel

SRT Campus Badshahithaul Tehri

3- Seater

284 Beds

Total Residents


S.No.

              Hostel

Campus

                            Resident students

                 Male

                Female

SC

ST

OBC

G

SC

ST

OBC

G

1

Chaukhamba Boys Hostel

Birla, Srinagar

10

13

10

45

-

-

-

-

2

Trishul Boys Hostel

Birla, Srinagar

03

04

12

43

-

-

-

-

3

Babu Jagjeevanram Boys Hostel

Birla, Srinagar

05

02

12

21

-

-

-

-

4

Alaknanda Girls Hostel

Birla, Srinagar

-

-

-

-

10

00

05

43

5

Mandakini Girls Hostel

Chauras

-

-

-

-

08

07

06

65

6

Bhagirathi Girls Hostel

Chauras

-

-

-

-

15

17

19

99

7

New Boys Hostel

Chauras

23

10

10

28

-

-

-

-

8

Boys Hostel  Tehri

SRT,Tehri

07

12

11

50

-

-

-

-

9

Girls Hostel  Tehri 

SRT,Tehri

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

10

Boys Hostel  Pauri

BGR,Pauri

00

01

07

10

-

-

-

-

11

Girls Hostel  Pauri

BGR,Pauri

-

-

-

-

05

00

03

13


Activities organized by the hostelers

Cultural
Organizing cultural activities including folk songs/dance, plays, debate, painting competition etc has been a regular feature of the hostels and thus during 2010-11 also all these acivities were organized in hostels of different campuses. In these programmes, a large number of students have participated.

Student counseling
A career counseling program was held to prepare students in the changing world, enabling them to identify the prospective career options so that they may channelize their energy in right direction. Information on current career options was provided by a team of specialists. The issues and concerns of the students regarding their career were identified by the counselors and guidance was offered during this program.


Camps were organised to inform and educate the students about environmental issues. The objective of this program was to spread awareness amongst students about the various threats to our eco-system and to encourage the students to participate actively in the environment related programmes. The programmes were also organized to educate the students against ragging.

Social Useful Productive Work (SUPW)
During 2010-11 a drive for cleaning the hostels in all three campuses was initiated in all the campuses, in which almost all the students participated actively. The students were also encouraged to participate in the blood donation camps and also in different national programmes e.g. Pulse Polio programme. Hostellers have actively participated in Red Ribbon programme (against HIV, AIDS). The students are encouraged to get involved in community related services.

Last Updated on:22/09/2017