The women’s hall the home for 81 students in the year 1961 and later increased to a number of 128 women students. Realizing the increasing demand for women’s higher education the hall was extended by an additional building with 18 spacious rooms.
The Warden of the Hall is responsible for the day-to-day administration of the Hall. The superintendents of the Hall will assist the warden in his day to day administration. Matters pertaining to policies are taken in the Hostel Board meetings of the college. The views and voices of the inmates of the hall are represented through the periodic meetings of the hall cabinet that consists of an elected general secretary, a sport secretary, a prayer secretary and a mess manager. The elected representatives of Residents carry out the duties as President, Secretary and Treasurer. The students Mess functions under the leadership of a student mess secretary who plans the menu and monitors the expenses. The mess functions on dividing system.
All matters relating to the resident students are dealt by the warden and the superintendents in consultation with the Dean of Women students and the college officers
Room Details and Occupants
All the rooms are mosquito proof, with sufficient lighting.