Admissions 2015

Hostels at the University of Delhi – North Campus

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The new academic session at the University of Delhi is waiting around the corner. Along with admission into various colleges, you might also be worried about a ‘home away from home’ after admission. To clear all the uncertainty and confusion regarding your stay in Delhi, here is compiled list of all the hostels situated in the North Campus that University of Delhi offers:

Hindu College Hostel

For gender: Boys
Capacity: 200 pupils

This hostel has been built to provide residential facility to the male students of Hindu College, only. The hostel is situated next to the sports complex and has a total of 119 rooms. It proves to be a home to almost 200 undergraduate and post-graduate students. Along with 119 well-furnished rooms, there is also a common room in the hostel. The common room provides various recreational facilities to the residents. One can acquire a seat in the hostel only on the basis of merit.


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Hans Raj College Hostel

For gender: Boys
Capacity: 200 pupils

This hostel is located within the campus of  Hans Raj College. The hostel is managed by the hostel warden on behalf of the principal. A seat in the hostel is only provided to students of Hans Raj College whose parents are not residents of NCR. Merit followed by an interview is the criteria followed for admission t0 the hostel. The hostel provides residential facilities to almost 200 male under-graduate students every year. It provides recreational facilities like the TV room, gymnasium and common room, among others.

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Miranda House Hostel

For gender: Girls
Capacity: 254 pupils

This hostel provides residential facilities to female undergraduate students whose original residence is outside of NCR. Eligibility criteria for this hostel is based on merit, followed by an informal interview with the candidate and her parents and local guardian. There are a total of 120 rooms available in the hostel. Out of the 120 rooms, seven are four seater, and others are two seater.

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Ramjas College Hostel

For gender: Both

This hostel provides residential facilities to both male and female college students whose original residence is outside NCR. Admissions to the hostel are done strictly on the basis of merit-cum-interview. The hostel is located beside the playground of the college. It has separate common rooms for both boys and girls with facilities such as indoor games and magazines/newspapers. There is also a small gymnasium (for boys) and a pantry (for girls) inside the college hostel.

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Kirori Mal College Hostel

For gender: Boys
Capacity: 170 pupils

The hostel provides residential facilities to the male students of the college only. Its 89 rooms have a capacity to provide residential facilities to almost 170 students, both from India and abroad. Admission to the hostel is strictly on the basis of merit, while seats are allocated to various classes/courses. “We are planning to have a girl’s hostel soon”,  says the Warden of the hostel.


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Shri Ram College of Commerce Hostel

For gender: Both
Capacity: 53 girls and 150 boys

This college has two separate hostels  for boys and girls. Both the hostels have proper mess and common rooms. The facilities provided on campus include laundry service and medical attention. The total number of seats in girl’s and boy’s hostel are 53 and 150, respectively. The seats are for both undergraduate and postgraduate students. The criteria for admission is based on merit followed by an interview.


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 St. Stephen’s College Hostel

For gender: Both

The hostel at St. Stephens’s College has 6 blocks divided equally between girls and boys. Students of first year get to live in two seater rooms. The basis of admission to the hostel is merit followed by a brief interview. While the hostel provides various facilities, absence of any ACs or even coolers proves to be a little discomforting for the residents in summers.


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S.G.T.B Khalsa College Hostel

For gender: Girls
Capacity: 147 pupils

The hostel is built under the name of Mata Gujri Hostel. It is meant to provide residential facilities to the female students of Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College. Named after the first Sikh Martyr lady in the history, this hostel has 49 rooms to accommodate 147 students.





Shaurya is a 2nd year B.Tech student from Hansraj College. She is an amateur photographer and also an aspiring poet.She is in love with sleeping and dreams about reading a lot of novels but never really ends up doing that!

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