MNNIT Allahabad is a residential Institute, which requires that all registered students be residents. This commits the Institute to maintaining an adequate number of hostels, and operating them in a manner reflecting the objectives and values of its educational programme.
Each of the boys' Hostels have two wardens and the girls' Hostels has two wardens too. The senior-most warden of the Hostel is normally appointed as warden-in-charge. Residents are required to co-operate with the Warden(s) in the running of the Hostel. They must respect his/her authority in the execution of operational details - room allocation, fixing of schedules for payments, assessment of loss or damage to property assignment of duties to Hostel Staff etc.
They must abide by the norms of conduct and discipline applicable in the Institute and follow any regulations specifically laid down regarding conduct in the Hostel. For infraction of discipline the Warden is the immediate concerned authority. His/her responsibility in all such matters is to the Director, and not to civil authorities outside the Institute.
Hostel accommodation is provided with the understanding that the resident student will strictly abide by the
Hostel Rules currently in force or as may be enforced from time to time. Accommodation in the Hostel cannot be
claimed as a matter of right. The Institute Administration may refuse accommodation to any student who is
known to have grossly violated the Hostel Rules or whose presence is likely to disturb the peace and tranquility of
hostel. Violation of hostel rules will make the student liable to disciplinary action including permanent
expulsion from the hostels. Students must remember that hostel is the home of the student on the campus and
therefore, he/she should behave on the campus as well as outside in such a manner as to bring credit to him/her
and to the Institution. A student once admitted in the hostel, will continue to be a hostel inmate throughout the
year unless otherwise debarred from the hostel on disciplinary grounds and he/she will have to pay the room rent
for both the terms. Every student must be acquainted with all the rules and regulations of the Hostel. He / She
must observe them strictly. Ignorance of rules will not be considered as an excuse.
Every student should stay in the room allotted to him/her. Mutual exchange of rooms after final
allotment is not allowed. However, only the Chief Warden may allow as a special case on valid and
reasonable ground. Violation of this rule will be considered an act of gross misconduct and entail
appropriate disciplinary action including expulsion from Hostel and imposition of heavy fine
Boarders must look up the Hostel Notice Board regularly. The Warden Team member or any authorized
member of the Institute staff can inspect the room of any student in the hostel at any time. Hostel inmates
are supposed to keep I-cards with them and must present the same to any hostel or institute authority
whenever asked for. Students must always carry their Identity Cards with them.
No Boarders should see the Director for ordinary matters. Warden In-charge of the concerned hostel is the
right person for such matters. In next step they can approach to the Chief Warden.
All cases of illness should be reported to the Medical-Officer of the institute through concerned Warden
No student should keep any fire-arms, lethal weapons, poisonous things or intoxicants of any kind in the
Hostel. Students must not take law into their own hands, but must report all disputes to the hostel Warden
In-charge/Warden. All kinds of shouting, fighting, gambling, stealing, violet knocking, maltreating or
abusing are strictly prohibited. In such cases offender will be handed over to Police immediately
The boarder shall have to vacate accommodation as and when asked for. All the boarders shall vacate the
hostel rooms before they leave for the summer vacation so that annual repairs and white washing are
carried out. All the hostel articles issued to the students are returned to the caretaker before the students
leave their rooms. They will be responsible for any loss.
No boarder is allowed to engage a private servant or pet animals.
Students shall not remain absent from their hostels during night without the prior permission of the
Hostel students shall not leave the campus without prior permission of the Warden In-charge/Warden.
They shall have to apply in prescribed form in advance stating the reason for leaving and the address of
destination. Hostel student who leave hostel without the permission from the concerned Warden shall be
deemed to be missing and Parent/Guardian/Police authorities may be intimated in consultation with the
The inmates of the hostel will not leave the hostel premises on holidays for the purpose of excursion
or picnic. Prior permission of the Warden In-charge/Warden has to be obtained for going for any
picnic or excursion. However for any eventuality that may occur during picnic/excursion, the
responsibility does not lie with the Institute authorities
Hostel inmates are supposed to take care of their health themselves. Student suffering from infectious
disease has to leave for medical treatment to proper clinic/hospital or isolated place.
Formation of association of students on the basis of regions, caste or creed is not permitted, during their
stay in the hostels.
Room furniture and electric fittings are required to be maintained by the inmates in good condition. At the
time of allotment of room and leaving the hostel for the summer vacation, every student must take-over
and hand-over, respectively, the hostel property carefully. Students should invariably vacate the hostel
during summer vacation.
In case of damage to any part of the hostel buildings, furniture, apparatus or other property of the
institute, caused by inmates of the hostel, the loss shall be recovered from the persons identified as
responsible for such damage. However, if the persons causing damage cannot be identified, the cost of
repairing the same as may be assessed will be distributed equally amongst all the inmates of the hostel or
group of inmates of the hostel found responsible for the damage.
Students should lock their room properly when they go out for bath, food etc. Each roommate must keep
a key of the door lock of his/her room in case of double / triple/four seated accommodations
Every student residing in the hostel must join the mess attached to that hostel. Individual cooking is not
permitted. They are not allowed to cook anything in their rooms.
Every inmate of the hostel shall pay the mess bill and other charges as per the notified schedule failing
which fine will be imposed as decided by the hostel authority. The approved rules regarding mess cut will
be applicable to all the inmates of the hostel. Mess exemption on medical ground under extraordinary
situation will be allowed with payment of service charge as decided by the hostel authority. Whenever a
student is applying for rebate on medical grounds, he/she must submit a copy of medical certificate by the
Medical Officer of the Institute or by the external doctor, if it is advised so by the institute doctor.
Ragging in any form is a cognizable offence and severely punishable as per the Supreme Court
directives leading to expulsion from the Hostel and the disciplinary action may culminate in his/her
expulsion from the Institute as well. The Institute administration may report incidents of ragging to
the Police for taking appropriate action under the law.
Students should take treatment in the Institute dispensary between 8AM to 6PM when they are sick. For
emergency, between 6PM to 8AM they should contact the medical officer of the institute at his residence
in the colony campus. The Institute doctor and the concerned hostel Warden In-charge and Warden will
decide further course of treatment. Students are advised to take treatment at the nearest clinic and inform
about it to the authorities immediately in case of emergency occurring outside the Institute campus.
In case of need for hospitalization, student should inform his/her parents / guardian. Parents / guardian are
required to communicate to the concerned Warden In-charge/ Warden in this regard.
Penalty for violation of hostel rules will be decided by the hostel authorities considering the severity of
the offense / violation of rules / act of indiscipline. Fine/ penalty amount may be deducted from the hostel
deposit. If cumulative fine exceeds Rs.1500/- per academic year, he / she will not be considered in merit
for the next hostel admission.
Guests are not permitted to stay overnight in the room of the students. The student must get permission
for keeping his/her guest in the guest room of the Hostel from the concerned Warden In-charge.
Executive Development Center (EDC) facility for one /two days stay may be obtained from O/C EDC
through concerned Warden. Female guests are not permitted to stay in Boys Hostel. Likewise Male guests
are not allowed to stay in the girls hostel. A boarder keeping a guest without permission is liable to be
Students are prohibited from giving shelter to any other student/outsider in the rooms. In case of
any unauthorized shelter, the student will be liable to disciplinary action.
Resident students are not permitted to invite any outside person to address any meeting in the hostel
without written permission of the Dean (Student Welfare)/ Director.
Light must be switched off when not in use. The use of electric heater, electric rod and other similar
appliances are prohibited. Boarders are warned against tempering with electric installation and for all
electric repairs the electrician should be called in.
Students, in their own interest, are advised not to keep excess cash or any valuables in their hostel rooms.
They are cautioned to be very careful about safety of their belongings. They should close their rooms
securely when they leave the room even for short periods or when they are sleeping. Institute shall not be
responsible for the loss of such items due to theft or otherwise. However, in the case of theft, the matter
should be immediately reported to the concerned Warden In-charge/Warden and Chief Security Officer
(CSO) of the Institute.
Male students are strictly forbidden from entering the Girl's Hostel and female students from entering
Students are prohibited from consuming alcoholic drinks, drugs, cigarettes, tobacco products or any other
intoxicants inside the hostel or to enter the hostel after consuming the same. Any student found
consuming such thing or in a drunken state in the hostel will render himself liable for strict disciplinary
action, including expulsion/rustication from Hostel/Institute.
Students are prohibited from screening/ keeping obscene literature/ video films in the possession. Any
violation in this regard will result disciplinary action.
Additional Rules for Girl's Hostel
Closing time 8:30 PM in summer (April to September) and 8:00 PM in winter (October to March).
Visiting Hours: 12.00 noon to 2.00 p.m. and 4.00 p.m. to 6.00 p.m. No male visitor is allowed to enter the
Girl's Hostel without prior permission of the respective Warden In-charge/Warden.
The girl students must make entry in the "In/Out Register" kept at the Girl's Hostel.
1. Coordinating allotment of Hostels
2. Coordinating Messes of Hostels
3. Coordinating Maintenance of Hostels
Teams of Wardens
Prof. Vijaya Bhadauria
Chief Warden (Girls Hostel)
Prof. Shiv Datt Kumar
Chief Warden (Boys Hostel)
Swami Vivekananda Boys' Hostel
Dr. Sahadeo Padhye
Dr. Harinder Singh
Dr. Ambak Kumar Rai
Dr. Divya Kumar
Dr. Abhishek Kumar Tiwari
P G Hostel
Dr. Yogendra Kumar Prajapati
Dr. Krishn Kumar Mishra
M.M. Malviya Hostel
Dr. Ramji Dwivedi
Dr. V.P. Singh
P.D. Tandon Hostel
Dr. Manohar Yadav
B.G. Tilak Hostel
Dr. Basant Kumar
Dr. Niraj Kumar Choudhary
S.V. Patel Hostel
Dr. Manish Gupta
Dr. Dushyant Kumar Singh
R.N. Tagore Hostel
Dr. Sameer Srivastava
Dr. Ashish N. Sawarkar
C.V. Raman Hostel
Dr. Ashutosh K. Upadhaya
Dr. Navneet Kumar Singh
K.N. Girl's Hostel
Dr. Manisha Sachan
Dr. Shalinee Shukla
Dr. Radha Rani Mewaram
S.N. Girl's Hostel
Dr. Rajitha B.
MNNIT, Allahabad is a residential Institute which is
accommodating more than 4500 students in different hostels.
There are eight boys hostels and three girls hostels to accommodate
the students of the Institute in the comfortable and conducive manner.
The available accommodation strength and present accommodation strength
differ because of shortage of rooms due to increase of no. of students
in the various hostels. Details are given below:
Name of Hostel
No. of rooms
Available Accommodation Strength
Present accommodation strength after registration for odd semester of 2018-19
2. Hostels function under the administrative control of the Chief Warden Boys/ Girls.
There are two or more wardens in each Boys hostels and two wardens in each Girls hostels. All the Wardens act under the supervision of the Chief Warden Boys or Chief Warden Girls hostel respectively, for the boys and girls hostels.
The policy framework/ decisions regarding hostels is decided by the Chief Warden Boys/ Chief Warden Girls, in consultation with the Director. Hostel Policies are implemented by the Chief Warden (boys), Chief Warden (Girls) and Wardens.
Each hostel has a “Hostel Management Committee (HMC)” of the following structure:
(i) Warden: Convener
(ii) Care Taker: Member
(iii) Hostel President (Student): Member
(iv) Hostel Manager (Student): Member
(v) Hostel Secretary (Student): Member
1. There is a “Mess Management Committee (MMC)” in each mess of the hostel. Constitution of MMC is as follows:
(i) Wardens: Convener
(ii) Mess Secretaries (Students): Member
(iii) Mess Manager (Student): Member
(iv) Student Representatives (3-5): Members
(iii)Mess Manager (Student): Member
The Mess Secretaries (two or three for one mess), Mess Manager, Student representatives, are appointed by the Hostel Wardens through interview after inviting applications.
2. Every inmate of the hostel shall pay the mess bill, cleaning charges of rooms and other charges if any. These charges will be deducted from the mess fee deposit of the student.