SNMV College provides hostel facilities for the residential convenience of the students. Our hostel facility was established in the year 1998 with strength of 33 boys in one floor. There are now two separate hostels for boys and girls. The residents are from various states such as Madhya Pradesh, Delhi, Karnataka, Kerala and Tamilnadu and also residents are from countries like South Africa (Sudan).
Wing I – I UG and PG students
- No of rooms: 48
- No of residents: 64
- Name of the Warden : Mr. S. Sivachidambaram
- Mobile No : 7094477564
Wing II – II & III UG and PG students
- No of rooms: 71
- No of residents/room: 88
- Name of Warden: Mr. S. Jijesh
- Mobile No: 7094477565
The hostel has three floors, each consisting of 15 rooms with a total of 48 rooms in the Wing I – Hostel, accommodating 3 students in each room. As the strength increased, an additional hostel was constructed with 71 rooms, with an accommodation capacity of 213 students in the year 2002. The residents of the hostel are provided with furniture and amenities such as chairs, tables, cupboards, lights and fans. The hostels have a separate sick room, store room, washing room, reading room and wardens’ room.
Our hostel is a home away from home
Wardens and staff conveners for the HOSTEL provide counseling to hostel residents to motivate them and address their concerns. Staff and students have a Revival Meeting bi-weekly to revamp and freshen up their diminishing synergy. The open discussion in this meeting between the students and wardens helps them to overcome problems which in turn will strengthen them to face a bright future ahead. SNMV hostel provides a good and studious environment for those who want to study with full determination. They have much time to explore the boundaries of education and to enjoy hostel life as well which depends upon time management, Planning and determination.
Anti Ragging Measures
Ragging is prohibited seriously in the hostel and college campus. Corrective steps are taken on the students who involve themselves in ragging. The anti-ragging act of TN legislative assembly has received the assent of Governor on 14th February 1997 and reproduced below: Act No.706 1997 TN prohibition of ragging act 1997. To avoid ragging, teaching staff members are appointed as vigilance officers during the initial stage to assist the wardens. Thus, it takes away the fear of ragging and provides a calm atmosphere for the freshers.
They have much time to explore the boundaries of education and to enjoy hostel life as well which depends upon time management, Planning and determination.
24/7 security service is provided for both men and ladies hostels. A separate lady security is provided to ladies hostels from 6 p.m. to 7 a.m.
The hostels have 24 hours power supply. Generators are used during power shutdowns. Well-trained electrician and plumber, have been appointed, who reside in living quarters.
Water is supplied in the hostels with the help of 5 bore well systems. Water tanks are periodically checked and cleaned. Water purifiers have also been installed in hostels.
Solar Water Heater
Solar water heaters have been installed on the roofs of the hostels. The capacity of solar water heater system is 18 kW with total number of panels 48. Around 3000 liter of hot water is daily made available through the system. Moreover, three geysers are available in each hostel to meet unfavorable weather conditions and emergencies.
The hostel provides healthy vegetarian food hygienically prepared in a modernized kitchen. Purified drinking water and geyser facility are provided to the residents. Uninterrupted power supply is ensured supported by 125KVA and 23KVA generators. Counseling is offered to students by internal and external wardens and medical care is extended to students by an experienced in-house physician.
Brochures on the rules and regulations for the students residing in hostel are distributed to the parents. Also, a declaration form is signed by both parents and students during the time of admission. In case of violation of the rules the individual student will be reported to the discipline committee for further action.
The following newspapers are provided for the students in the hostel to update their knowledge of current affairs:
- The Hindu
- The Indian Express
- The Times of India
- The Daily Thanthi
- The Dina Malar
The residents of the hostel are encouraged to read. The library service is extended to facilitate students access to books and other learning resources. Journals and magazines are kept available to foster knowledge on current affairs among the young minds.
Mess facilities are available for boys and girls HOSTEL with delicious vegetarian Indian food at a nominal cost. Tea, Coffee and Snacks are provided in the evening to the residents.
Separate sports facilities for Cricket, Volleyball, Football, Basketball, Hockey, Kabaadi, Khokho, Badminton etc., have been provided to the hostel students. Indoor game facilities are also provided.