National Institute of Technology, Uttarakhand
established in 2010 has currently seven hostels for boys and girls
in its temporary campus at Govt. Polytechnic, Srinagar (Garhwal)
Uttarakhand. Based on the principle of "Homes away from home",
hostels available in the campus provide all the basic facilities
to the students with proper care. Institute has residential facilities for
six hundred students in the campus. Institute has five boys and
two girls hostels, having rooms available on sharing basis (two/three seater)
accommodating maximum institute students in comfortable and
|S.No.||Name of Hostel||Type||No. of Rooms|
A year-wise hostel system is preferably followed for allocating the hostel rooms to the students. Each hostel has been equipped with water purifiers, water coolers, geyser for hot water and telephone etc. All hostels are fully Wi-Fi connected with emergency/continuous power supply through DG set. Each hostel has installed sufficient security cameras for necessary security check and surveillance. A centralized mess facility is provided to the students (except first year) residing in the campus. For first year students, mess facility is made available at a separate dining hall, NITUK Hostel-5. Every boarder is provided with a cot and a locker. The hostels are close to the academic area and playing grounds. Thus, the students get ample opportunities to avail all the indoor and outdoor games facilities such as Carom Board, Chess, Table Tennis, Volleyball and Badminton. A gymnasium is also available for the students to maintain their fitness.
For the smooth-functioning of daily routines and proper care of girls in Girls' Hostel, a team of Warden, Associate Warden and Matron is appointed. Matron takes good care of health issues of girls residing in the hostel along with the nurse available in the Institute Dispensary for 24 hours.
Due care is being taken regarding the health of the students residing in the hostel. Institute vehicle is available for 24hrs to them without any charges for medical check-up/treatment. In case of emergency (during late night hours), the boarders can use this facility to visit base/district hospital.
All the hostels are administered by a team of Chief Warden with Wardens, Associate Wardens, Superintendent (Hostel), Matron, Junior Assistant and senior students as Prefect. The Chief Warden and a team of Wardens are always sincere in improving the facilities and environment of the hostels. Their main role is to coordinate the working of all the hostels, maintain the discipline in the hostels and take decisions on all the policy matters related to the hostels.
|Name of the Faculty/Staff||Photograph||Designation||Mobile Number & Email|
|Dr. I. M. Nagpure||Chief Warden||+91-9557750896
|Dr. M. S. Khatri||Warden (Hostel-1&5)||+91-9557750893
|Dr. D. B. Singh||Warden (Hostel-4&7 )||+91-9897507849
|Dr. Vikas Kukshal||Warden (Hostel-2 )||+91-9557750887
|Dr. Kusum Sharma||Warden (Hostel-3)||+91-9557750899
|Mrs. Sarita Yadav||Warden (Hostel-6)||+91-9410190132
Being an institute of National level, students come from all the parts of India and so in hostels they rejoice almost all the festivals celebrated across the country such as Ganesh Utsav, Dahi Handi, Durga Pooja, Deepawali, Lohri, Holi, Gudi padwa, Independence Day, and so on. These festivals bring tremendous enthusiasm and energy among the hostel inmates which creates a friendly bonding, a unity in team spirit, great opportunity in network building as well as socio cultural interaction and harmony among them.