Hostel facilities at Sri Sri University
Sri Sri University provides accommodation to outstation students on a first-come- first-served basis. The
campus already has provisions to accommodate more than a thousand students and over the next few
years, we have planned to increase the number up to almost five thousand students.
The boys are housed in Amber, HB4 (Hostel Block 4), Kailash B and C wings while the girls are housed in Kadambari, Aravalli and Kailash A wing. The rooms are spacious enough to be occupied by 2 and 3 students. Both AC and non-AC rooms are available.
The uniqueness of each hostel lies in its design and structure. All the hostels have been designed in such a manner that they get plenty of natural sunlight and fresh air. Also, all the hostels have gymnasiums and recreation rooms to allow the students recreational opportunities. Each hostel has its dedicated parking space for students. There is round the clock drinking water facility and power backup for all the hostels.
There is 24x7 security inside the campus in general and within the hostels in particular. Each Hostel Block is under the supervision of a Warden. Any student venturing out of the campus has to mandatorily get prior permission from the Hostel Warden and in case of ‘Late Entry’, disciplinary action is taken against them. Similar action is taken against all students who flout the rules and regulations of the university and periodic ‘Breath Analysis Tests’ are done randomly to ensure that no student involves in alcoholism. Surprise raids are also conducted to ensure that students are not in possession of contraband items.
The Boys’ Hostel Wardens are:
1) Mr. Kaushal Bosrisagar, Warden (Amber)
2) Mr. Ravinder Singh, Warden (HB4)
3) Mr. Satyajeet Arya, Warden (HB4)
4) Mr. Kalpesh Zala, Warden (Kailash A, B and C)
The Girls’ Hostel Wardens are:
1) Ms. Neeru Sharma, Warden (Kadambari)
2) Ms. Bhavna Gondaliya, Warden (Kadambari)
3) Ms. Sandhya Sadna, Warden (Aravalli)
4) Ms. Chandni Karanwal, Warden (Aravalli)
In conclusion, we at SSU ensure that the parents’ trust reposed on us is honoured by providing them all those things that are at our disposal to allow the mental and physical well-being of each student.