It is a residential university and hostel accommodation is provided to almost all students. Hostel is alloted to a student only if student’s parents or a close relative reside beyond the radius of 30 kilometres of university campus.
There is a mess -cum- kitchen unit in each hostel. Mess is run by a student body on cooperative basis under the guidance of the respective warden. The entire affair related to hostels is dealt with by a council of wardens headed by the chief warden.
Every hostel has a spacious furnished common room with TV and telephone connection. A Billiards room is also functional in hostel premises. The Hostels are in the process of being linked with campus wide networking. At present, there is Wi-Fi connectivity in all the hostels. In addition to this, each hostel has badminton court, table tennis room, a hostel library etc.
|Name of the Hostel||Capacity|
|K. S. Krishnan Hall||276|
|Hargobind Khurana Hall||276|
|Kalpana Chawla Hall||400|
|Mother Teresa Hall||290|
The campus has a shopping complex in the vicinity of students’ hostels and residential area. There is a departmental store, photo shop, xerox shop, book and stationery shop and also a milk booth. There is a State Bank of India branch with ATM facility and a Post office. The Shopping complex also has a cafeteria surrounded with lawns.
The University has a medical centre in the campus catering to the medical needs of the students and staff. It has two permanent resident Medical Officers including one Lady Medical Officer. It is equipped with first-aid and ambulance facilities. In addition to this, a few test facilities are augmented by the department of Biomedical engineering.
National Service Scheme (NSS)
NSS is a vibrant scheme in the University which inculcates human values in our students by way of organing blood donation camps,AIDS control workshops and Youth red cross camps etc. under the supervision of NSS team. It is obligatory on the part of all students enrolled in the university to nurture a tree under the concept of ‘one student one tree’ for preservantion of environment.
Traditionally students organize three events during an academic year. Rhythm – A grand cultural event in which participants of technical institutions from all over India are invited. Another very popular technical event is Technova in which the participation from all over India is invited. This technical festival comprises more than hundred technical events including online participation designed to test the innovative skills of students in cognitive and psychomotor domains. Third event is Sports Meet. To ensure the participation at the interuniversity level, the University has created two zones of affiliating colleges/institutes and one for University Teaching Departments. After the zonal sports and cultural competitions, the inter-zonal competitions are organized.A tennis Academy has also been established with provisions of courts of international standards.
In addition to this, there are different clubs, societies & student chapters of professional bodies like IEEE, IICHE, IE etc.which conduct quizzes, debates on burning National & International issues related to education, social & environmental problems etc. and other intellectual activities. Hobby Expo Club which caters to music, painting, sketching, coin collection, pot making etc. and include fine art clubs. These clubs organize activities throughout the year and the awards and certificates are given at the time of Rhythm.
An SC/ ST cell has been set up in the University to ensure proper implementation of various schemes of the UGC, the Government of India and State Government concerning scholarships, stipends etc. for welfare of reserved categories. The guidelines for various types of scholarship/stipends as revised from time to time by the Central and State Govt. are notified to all departments and displayed on the notice boards of the concerned departments.
In pursuance of Hon’ble Supreme Court and UGC guidelines on prevention of sexual harassment of working women on duty place, a Complaint Committee (Women Cell ) has been constituted
Proctorial Board:- Proctorial Board for the Grievance Redressal of students.
Our Alumni Association is headed by a senior faculty member of the university and acts as a nodal agency for maintaining liaison with the alumni all over the world. It plays a very important role to promote and encourage the alumni to exchange professional knowledge by undertaking and facilitating conferences, seminars, expert lectures amongst students and faculty. It also honours and facilitates distinguished alumni. The alumni meet takes place at least once in a year.
‘Earn While Learn’ Scheme
Under this scheme, students from UG and PG level are selected for part time job, such as lab work, assistance work at library, computer centre and other offices. It is a sort of earned scholarship of the value of Rs. 1000/- per month. They are required to devote 40 hours a month.
The University Library is housed in Saraswati Library Complex which is a four story building, a perfect and beautiful blend of aesthetics, latest technology and green architecture. The University Library has a seating capacity of 500 members. The University Library opens from 7.00 A.M. to 7.00 P.M. on all working days and 9.00 A.M. to 5.00 P.M. on Saturdays, Sundays and Gazetted Holidays.
University Computer Centre
The new University Computer Centre is housed in state-of-the-art iconic building based on green technology. The University Computer Centre (UCC) manages the Central Computingand Networking facilities for the University community. The UCC is having dedicated 1GB NKN leased line for Internet connectivity from BSNL. University is having 1500 Nodes Wired Network and WI-Fi connectivity in all Hostels over 10G OFC backbone. University Computer Centre is Remote Centre of IIT Bombay/IIT Kharagpur to conduct various Workshops & Training for students & faculties through Audio Visual interaction. University is designated as Aakash Project Research centre of IIT Bombay and having more than 244 Aakash II tablets.
The central workshop is an academic centre where emphases on practical aspects of manufacturing and production processes are given. This is the area where students are trained and gets hands on experience before going to different industries. The practical training is being imparted to all UG level engineering students of the University. The Central Workshop is spread in 6000 Sq. Mtr. area and mainly comprised of Machine shop, CNC Machine Shop, Welding Shop, Fitting Shop, Forging Shop, Sheet Metal Shop, Carpentry Shop, Pattern Shop, Foundry Shop, Metrology Section. CNC Shop and Welding shops are equipped with modern CNC Lathe, CNC Milling and EDM, TIG, MIG, and Plasma cutting machines.There is trained and experienced staff in each shop for imparting effective training to the students.
A state-of-the-art Convention Centre is under construction with an estimated cost of Rs. 26 crores whose foundation stone has already been laid by Hon’ble Chief Minister of Haryana on November 19, 2008.
Training & Placement Cell
The Training & Placement Cell is a separate Unit which deals with Placement and Campus interviews of our students. The cell is being headed by regular Training & Placement Officer. The Training and Placement Cell acting as interface between University and Companies, has maintained symbiotic, vibrant and purposeful relationship with industries across the country. As a result, it has built up an impressive placement record both in terms of percentage of students placed as well as number on companies visiting the campus in attractive salary packages. The department hosts companies on campus and ensures that every aspirant is assured of a bright career of his/ her choice.