Hostels in Delhi University – Everything you need to know

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Delhi University is one of the most sought after career havens in India. With the declaration of CBSE class 12th results and as more state board results be declared in upcoming days, future prospects are bound to grow tall in young minds.

Which college to strive for? What all to be kept in mind while figuring out your dream college? Which courses will serve you better and what not? A candidate’s brain is haunted by a barge of confusions. Underlying information will loosen your strain, cure the pandemonium. There are a lot of colleges in DU that provide residential facilities to its students and make abandoning home a bit comfortable.

The picture above gives a list of colleges you should mark if grabbing a hostel seat is your prime intent.

·        Deen Dayal Upadhyay college has also finished with the construction of an ultramodern hostel for men and women. This hostel will commence services from session 2017-2018.

·        Hostel for students of NE region is also being erected at Kalindi College and will be completed by the end of this year

·         An undergraduate hostel for girls is situated in Mukherjee Nagar and can accommodate 654 women students.

·        The entrance into hostel is  based on merit and a separate application. Distance from home is also a deciding criterion.

DU hostels are a home away from home. There is food galore and diversified to its best. Facilities such as AC’s, wi-fi, bunk beds, study tables, chairs, cupboard are normally provided. Some hostels are even studded with recreational facilities. Though living in a hostel implies that you have to adhere to rules and regulations and submit to curfew timings, there is an element of college life which only a hosteller can experience. If you are lucky enough to get through college cut-offs, securing spot in a hostel can make you rlife easy in cyclothimic Delhi.

Source : DU news

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