Auditorium with 3362 Sq. Ft. area has a sitting capacity of 900 individuals. It has 02 green rooms, 01 washroom and a balcony.
A branch of State Bank of India is located in the College premises.
The college nurtures the environment by maintaining the velvety plush green botanical garden that is a treat to eyes. It not just spreads a beautiful panorama around but also helps us connect to our mother nature. All in all, it creates an aura of healthy mind, body and soul in the college.
The college provides counselling to the students on various professional and personal issues.
The Food Court of Hindu College includes a canteen and an open-air kiosk (Pizza-and-More) that provides a hub for healthy debates and interactions of teaching and learning. The diversity of food available here satisfies the appetite of students coming from diverse cultures and eating habits.
The Canteen has a modern kitchen, serving healthy and hygienic food at reasonable rates for the staff and students of the College. It has an indoor seating capacity of 100 and outdoor seating capacity of 200.
An open-air kiosk (Pizza-and-More), a student-friendly hang-out joint which provides a number of vetted fast-foods and hot and cold drinks.
Girls’ Common Room
A well equipped girls’ common room with 12 Chairs, sofa, Dressing table, Almirah, with attached washroom is available. It provides a vending machine for feminine hygiene essentials.
Air-conditioned Gymnasium with all the modern fitness equipment.
(02 Treadmills, 02 Walkers, 03 Gym Cycles, 01 Leg Press, 01 Pecfly and 01 Chest Press).
The College has a well-equipped medical room with first aid-facilities and a full time nurse to attend to the regular health issues of the students. The college also provides a facility of doctor-on-call in case of need. The health services are made available to the hostel residents by the WUS Health Centre, located within the University Campus. In case of emergency, the student is rushed to the hospitals that are in close proximity of the college - the Hindu Rao Hospital, St. Stephen’s Hospital, Tirth Ram Hospital and the Sant Parmanand Hospital.
A well furnished hostel with 119 rooms and a common room with recreational facilities. With lush green surroundings, its architectural grandeur and aesthetics it provides a home away from home to students.
Hostels in academic institutions are the epicenter of the dynamics of the campus life. Spread over vast area and surrounded by green cover, encompassing gardens, inside and outside lawns, Hindu College Hostel, for over a half century has been providing fuel and force to the life and motion of College’s liberal democratic academic culture. Hindu College Hostel, with its architectural grandeur and aesthetics, has been an abode to many luminaries in a wonderful kaleidoscope that the time-space spectrum is.
Situated next to the sports complex, the Hostel is a spacious structure with 119 rooms enclosing eight lawns with rose beds and hedges. The Hostel provides residential facilities to about two hundred undergraduate and postgraduate male students. The Common Room provides the residents recreational facilities such as Table-tennis, Carom-board, Chess-board, and a separate TV room apart from the newspapers and magazines to keep them on the qui vive.
Admissions are strictly on the basis of merit and the resident students are expected to maintain the spirit of camaraderie and dignity. The guiding principle for the Hindu College community has been to uphold democratic and egalitarian values and strive towards intellectual excellence.
The Hostel is managed by the Hostel Committee which is constituted by the Staff Council of the College and executed by the Warden in consultation with the Principal.
Dr. Naorem Santakrus Singh ,Assistant Professor in the Department of Physics is the current Warden.
The Hostel Office and the Warden’s Residence, located within the Hostel premises, are integral part of the Hostel. There are several employees to look after the daily chores in the hostel. They include an office clerk, a mess manager, mess/room bearers, cooks, watchmen, janitors, gardener and a few others for kitchen and pantry work. In addition, there is a dry cleaner and a newspaper vendor to provide services to the resident students. The health services are made available to the residents by the WUS Health Center located within the University Campus.
A fully automated, air conditioned and computerized library with over one lakh books providing a good infrastructure and pleasant ambience of reading and learning.
Hindu College Library is one of the oldest among Delhi University college libraries. It came into existence along with the foundation of the college in 1899. Hindu College Library is fully Air conditioned and computerized. The library is open to bonafide students of all the classes. All important textbooks are kept in the Reserve Section to enable the students to write their tutorials. There is a well equipped Reading Room, which subscribes to a large number of dailies, weeklies, periodicals and journals on a variety of subjects.
Students, teachers and other members of the staff of the college are entitled to become member of the library.
- For Under Graduate Students 5 Books 14 Days
- For Post Graduate Students 6 Books 14 Days
- Teaching Staff 35 Books 30 Days
- Non Teaching Staff 5 Books 30 Days
It is to assist users in getting their required information and make full use of the resources in the library. It includes:
- Guidance in the use of information resources and services.
- Instructions for accessing on line library resource provided by University Computer Centre
- Including OPAC, e-journals.
The library helps in providing photocopies of articles/text to students and staff members from documents available in the library. For this purpose user may get the desired document issued against his/her library card and return the same immediately after getting it photocopied from the vendor.
New Arrival Display Service
Books newly added to the library are displayed on the New Arrival Display Rack before they are released for loan.
Reservation of Book(s)
Books in great demand and which generally remain under issue can be reserved by user on the circulation counter.
The OPAC allows you search for an item of your choice in Library holdings by Author, Title, and Keyword etc.
Eight Computer Terminals have been placed for users for accessing Internet and 4000 E-Journals (approximately).
The college provides a parking facility to teachers as well as students for 100 cars and 50 motorbikes.
Photocopy and Binding facilities are available within the premises of the college.
An air-conditioned state-of-the-art Seminar Room with a dedicated desktop, LCD projector, 70 table-top mikes, powerful sound system and with a seating capacity of 150.
Playground: 200m x 123m including a Cricket field (125m x 70 m) with 05 Cricket pitches and Football field (100m x 75m).
- Net Practice Area: 50m x 24m
- Basket Ball Court: 28m x 15m
- Volley Ball Court: 18m x 19m
- Sports Complex: 468.21 Sq.m.
The complex has a Table Tennis room, Sports room, Chess room, 02 Physiotherapy rooms, 02 Changing rooms, Kitchen and 05 washrooms including one for physically challenged sportspersons.
All important stationery items are available within college premises.