Welcome To IIS Hostels

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Your environment decides what you’ll become in the future. It is why a hostel life plays an important role in deciding the future of a student.

It is just not about the hostel rooms, but the overall environment of the University Campus. So we at IIS University always tries to provide all the facilities that are expected from global universities like:

  • Eco-Friendly Environment.
  • Rooms with proper lighting, and furniture.
  • Best quality mess, canteen, and juice center.
  • Safe drinking water.
  • Wi-fi.
  • Round-the-clock security.
  • Availability of qualified warden.
  • Indoor sports room.
  • Laundry facilities and many more.

Admission Procedure for Hostels

The IIS (Deemed to be University) has three hostels. Admission to these hostels is subject to applicant’s standing in the merit list and availability of seats. Confirmation of the applicant’s admission in the university is essential for grant of admission in the hostel. Once the admission in the hostel is confirmed, the applicant is required to fill a Hostel Admission Form and deposit hostel fee, details of which are mentioned below.

Important:

1. Hostel Fees once deposited are non-refundable.
2. Hostel Fee has to be paid by DD or Banker's Cheque payable in favour of 'INDIAN COUNCIL FOR INTERNATIONAL AMITY, JAIPUR'.

  1. Rooms are three seated with proper light and ventilation.

  2. Centrally air-conditioned rooms.

  3. 24-hour water and electricity supply, with generator back-up facility.

  4. Provision of Solar water-heating system.

  5. Water coolers with RO water supply in hostel mess and hostel building.

  6. Provision of Wi-Fi.

  7. Emergency exit facility and fire extinguishers on floors, in kitchen and mess.

  8. Provision of pest control service every month for making hostels insect and rodent-free.

  9. Tie-up for 24 hour medical support.

  10. Public address system and CCTV facility for an enhanced safety of the hostels inmates.

  11. Recreation room with television and indoor games.

  12. Reading room with facility of daily and national newspaper.

  13. Stationary store facility within campus.

  14. Properly maintained personal records, as well as, outing records of the hostelers (a copy of which is sent to the parents monthly).

  15. Participation of students’ representatives in planning nutritious diet for the hostel inmates and maintaining discipline and cleanliness in the hostel.

  16. Planning and provision of different menu on each day of the week, with special meals on Saturday and Sunday (Dinner).

  17. Availability of the best quality perishable and non-perishable food products.

  18. Strict hostel rules expected to be followed by each and every hosteler.

  1. Cot with mattress

  2. Almirah

  3. Study table and chair

  4. Cloth stand (one for each room)

  5. Dustbin (one for each room)

  6. Curtains in each room

  7. Full-size mirror in each room

  8. Hot water supply in common bathrooms through solar heating plant

1. Only those girl students who are admitted to IIS (deemed to be University) will be eligible for admission to the hostel.

2. The admission of a student to the hostel will be provisional, subject to the satisfactory report of her medical examination, which will be arranged by the University.

3. Ragging in the hostel premises is prohibited. Any inmate involved in ragging is liable to be expelled from the hostel/university.

4. The admission of a student to a hostel can be cancelled if she is found guilty of:

  • Suppression or misrepresentation of any fact about her.
  • Violation of any of the hostel rules, including non-payment of dues.
  • An act of indiscipline in or outside the hostel.
  • Not putting up required percentage of attendance in class or not showing good performance.
  • Misbehavior, using abusive language, manhandling of hostel employees/inmates.
  • Sharing room with others without the permission of the Warden.
  • Possessing/taking drugs, liquor and other intoxicants.
  • Suffering from such physical/mental ailments which could cause disturbance/infection to other inmates.

 

5. Hostelers will be responsible for the safety of their personal belongings and articles issued to them. They are advised not to keep any precious article/cash in their rooms. They may instead be deposited with the Bank or Post Office for safe keeping.

6. Hostelers are advised not to lend or borrow money, jewellery, etc. The university will not be responsible for any loss or damage of the same.

7. No personal electrical gadget like a heater, tape recorder, iron, etc can be used in the hostel rooms. 

8. Hostel employees are not allowed to do personal work of the inmates.

9. Complaints against hostel staff, if any, should be made to the Chancellor in writing.

10. Hostel Gates will be locked by 7:00 p.m. Check in time for the students is 6:30 p.m.

11. Outings: Local outings with the Warden’s permission are allowed, as follows, for bonafide reasons.The permitted time is to be strictly adhered to. Non compliance of the permitted time shall result in cancellation of the subsequent weekly/monthly outings. The administration can exercise its discretionary rights to cancel the outings of any candidate without assigning any reason.

  • Weekly outings : Once a week for an hour.
  • Monthly outings : On Sunday once a month for six hours.

 

12. Gate passes for weekly and monthly outings will be issued after 4:00 p.m. on all days.

13. Visiting hours are between 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. Local guardians and parents are allowed to visit their ward on producing a visit authorization card on the specified days.

14. The rooms are triple seated. Use of table lamps is recommended after 10:00 p.m. to avoid inconvenience to other roommates.

15. Entry of males/boys, friends and day scholars in the hostel is strictly prohibited.

16. Cooking food in the rooms is not allowed.

17. Meals will be served in the Dining Hall at fixed hours.

18. Lunch to the inmates of other two hostels shall be served in the Mess of Aanchal Hostel only on production of their ID cards.

19. Cooked food from outside the hostel is not permitted.

20. It is mandatory for every inmate to be present for the roll call made every day by the warden at 8:00 a.m. in the morning and 7:00 p.m. in the evening.

21. The warden and other authorities have the discretion to inspect any room, at any time.

22. A case of illness must be immediately reported to the resident warden.

23. No vehicle of any type is allowed to be kept by the inmates.

24. Students are required to stay in their assigned rooms after 10:00 p.m.

25. Students must obtain a “No Dues Certificate” before vacating the hostel at the end of the session. They will have to vacate their rooms within 48 hours of the end of the II / IV / VI semester-end-examinations.

26. Any subsequent change in the particulars given by the candidate in the hostel application form should be immediately reported to the office.

27. Market outings for hostelers having subjects- GPEM/TC/Home Science/BVA are subject to approval by  the Registrar- Dr. Raakhi Gupta and Chief Hostel Warden-Dr. Ila Joshi.

28. No student will be allowed to go for stay at a Local Guardian’s house, except in emergencies.

29. Written permission/fax (original followed by post)/ e-mail from parents is required to reach the university office well in time for an outstation leave of the hosteler.

30. Any extension in leave should be informed, before the completion of the granted leaves by parents to the warden through fax or e-mail.

31. The institution does not encourage extended leaves, which affect the academic performance. Care must be taken by the parents of the wards for the same.

32. In case of an outstation leave, hostelers are required to report back on the scheduled date; failing which, they will be fined and a warning letter will be issued to them with a copy to their parents.

33. To ensure safe arrival of the wards, both while leaving and arriving at the hostel, the following points are to be essentially taken care by the parents.

34. All incoming letters/correspondence addressed to the student will be delivered only after due scrutiny.

35. No student will be allowed to go out to take private tuitions.

`1. Ms. Jaya Seth

            Contact Details : Tel. 0141-2781157, Fax : 0141-2781157, Mob. : 9783307361

2. Ms. Surbala Jain        

            Contact Details : Tel. 0141-2395004, Fax : 0141-2397756, Mob. : 9772204324

  • To inform hostel authorities about the time and date of the arrival of their ward to the hostel.
  • Parents may checkup with the hostel warden about the safe arrival of their ward on the phone numbers mentioned above.

Dear Students

Hostel life is a confluence of diverse cultures and different upbringings, which blends into a unison for a rich and memorable experience. University hostels are set amidst the green campus of IIS (Deemed to be University) and have distinct features that foster the right kind of environment for enriching the personality, academic performance or any other developmental pursuits.

For all this to culminate, the hostel infrastructure is laced with all the amenities such as 24 hour power and water availability, Wi-Fi connectivity, clean and hygienic environment, spacious and comfortable rooms, central air conditioned rooms, solar water heaters, clean toilets, periodic disinfection of buildings, mess with dedicated staff, nutritious menu with variety, laundry support, common room, playgrounds, medical facility in vicinity, 24-hour security and  well-equipped gym cum health club, which are all very efficiently managed.

The atmosphere in hostel is friendly, informal and students organize many events and activities periodically, which adds a unique flavour to their stay in the hostel. The parents have always reposed their confidence in us for taking personal care and attention of their wards.

The cooperation of the parents and the students is solicited for abiding by the documented rules of the hostel, timely informing the change in addresses/ communication details and commitment by the wards not to indulge in any kind of unwarranted activity, such as, ragging, which can lead to severe disciplinary action.

With every passing year, we have enriched our experiences by closely interacting with the hostelers and we fondly remember them when they leave the hostel family on completion of their respective programmes. Yet another year, we look forward to welcome the new students for the continuum.

Wish you a memorable stay on the campus.

- Chief Warden

IIS University