With an illustrious history spanning about 119 years, the College attracts highly talented students for its Under-Graduate and Post-Graduate programmes. The Institution is known for imparting high quality education and for providing a healthy environment for the growth and development in both Academics and the Co-Curricular activities. Taking note of the need for a residential facility for female students of Hindu College, a four-storeyed structure was constructed in the College campus to accommodate 156 students. It is a matter of great pride that the student residence for the Girls of this College was made fully functional from the last Academic session. We are proud to have a body of girl students who are whole heartedly devoted to the value of excellence as its residents. All the residential rooms are air-conditioned. Round-the-clock security is provided with security guards at the main gates of the hostel. There are CCTV cameras to ensure the safety of the residents at all times. The Hostel has a common room on the Ground Floor where residents can read daily newspapers and magazines, and play indoor games. Television with cable facilities is also provided. The Hostel has a badminton court and an open air space for other recreational activities. Other facilities include a spacious kitchen fitted with modern gadgets, a common dining hall, a medical room and common rooms on each floor, which are being used as reading rooms and conference rooms by the students. Each floor has been provided with a well-equipped Pantry for off time self-preparation of snacks/refreshments. There are water coolers on every floor. The Laundry rooms on each floor are fitted with fully automatic washing machines and the Laundry stands. A round-the-clock Lift service ensures the smooth movement of the students on different floors. In keeping with the commitment to the environmental issues, a Solar Water heating system has been installed on the roof top of the Hostel. Great care is being taken to keep the entire place neat and tidy. The Hostel offers fee waiver for its PwD residents. For students coming from different states and diverse backgrounds, the Student Residence for Girls is thus a very comfortable space –'A Home away from Home'.
The Hostel is administered by the Warden in consultation with the Principal of the College. A committee consisting of faculty members of the College is constituted to assist the warden in the administration of the Hostel.
Dr. Anuradha Sharma, Associate Professor in the Department of Botany is the current Warden.
The Girls' Hostel Committee members are: Dr. Lata Garg, Dr. K K Koul and Dr. Reena Jain