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Narmada Hostel

Narmada Hostel

Narmada hostel is one the oldest hostels in JNU. It is situated in front of Jawaharlal Nehru University Student Union's office and a cafeteria called 'Teflas'. During the initial few years this hostel accommodated only foreign students but gradually Indian students were also accommodated. Now Narmada hostel accommodates students from all over India and foreign countries as well. This hostel has spacious dual sharing accommodation for students in three floors that are divided into two wings. The kitchen and dining hall are located in the centre of the hostel.

 

The hostel premises are covered with lush green vegetation and well maintained garden. Narmada also boasts of the typical JNU architecture with open redbrick buildings with balconies for each room and also have separate cupboards for each resident. There is a common mess and TV room in the hostel. It also provides well equipped gym facility with for students. The hostel has a waiting room for the visitors as well. There is a common study room for the students.

 

The cuisine in the hostel mess has a pan Indian character. There is a special diet facility for students when ill or sick.

 

The hostel has a tradition of organizing freshers' welcome party as a celebration and organizes hostel nights with various cultural events annually. The hostel is ideally located close to various facilities in the campus such as shopping complex, bank, students' union office, canteen, bus stop, auto rickshaw stand, other hostels, administration building and academic complex. 

 

Amenities

 

Total Number of rooms for students: 101
Gym: 1
Reading room: 1
Common room: 1
Visitors' room: 1
Sports facilities: Carrom Board: 1, Table Tennis: 1 and Outdoor Badminton court: 1
Narmada Dormitory/Extension (Girls)

 

The Narmada dormitory/extension is a new addition to Narmada hostel that opened in August 2016. It has 28 rooms with six beds in each room and accommodates only girls. Presently the dormitory extension is underway.

 

Employees

 

Name of Staff

Designation

Mr. Dharma Raj Ram

Office Incharge

Mr. Shiv Charan Badola

Cashier

Mr. Ramesh Chand

Caretaker

 

MESS STAFF OF NARMADA  HOSTEL AS ON 13.07.2016

 

S. No.

Name of Mess Employee

Designation

Whether Permanent/ Contractual

1.

Mr. Pritam Singh

Mess Supervisor

Contractual

2.

Mr. Sunil Kumar

Mess Supervisor

Contractual

3.

Mr. K.K. Sasi

Cook

Permanent

4.

Mr. P.V. Andrews

Cook

Permanent

5.

Mr. Jai Karan Ram

Cook

Permanent

6.

Mr. Dharmendra Singh

Cook

Permanent

7.

Mr. Imtiyaz Ahmad

Cook

Permanent

8.

Mr. Gautam Rao

Cook

Permanent

9.

Mr. Chaman Singh Rana

Mess Helper

Permanent

10.

Mr. Praveen Kumar

Mess Helper

Permanent

11.

Mr. Sher Singh

Mess Helper

Permanent

12.

Mr. B.D. Joshi

Mess Helper

Permanent

13.

Mr. Balam Singh

Mess Helper

Permanent

14.

Mr. Kamal Singh

Mess Helper

Permanent

15.

Mr. M. Srinivasan

Mess Helper

Permanent

16.

Mr. Bobby Vohra

Mess Helper

Permanent

17.

Mr. G.S. Pandey

Mess Helper

Permanent

18.

Mr. Manoj Kumar

Mess Helper

Contractual

19.

Mr. Shyam Bahadur

Mess Helper

Contractual

20.

Mr. Lucky Saini

Mess Helper

Contractual

21.

Mr. Brijesh Kumar

Mess Helper

Contractual

 

Details of Sanitation Employees as on 13.07.2016

 

S.No.

Name of Employee

Designation

Whether Permanent/ Contractual

1.

Mr. Sohan Lal

Sanitary Guide

Permanent

2.

Mr. Ram Pal

Safaikarmachari

Permanent

3.

Mr. Mahender Pal

Safaikarmachari

Permanent

4.

Mr. Prem Singh

Safaikarmachari

Permanent

5.

Smt.  Sharda Devi-ll

Safaikarmachari

Permanent

6.

Smt. Sashi Kala-l

Safaikarmachari

Permanent

7.

Smt. Kamla-IV

Safaikarmachari

Permanent

8.

Smt. Shanti-IV

Safaikarmachari

Permanent

9.

Mr. Suresh Kumar

Safaikarmachari

Contractual

 

Details of Horticultural Employees

 

S.No.

Name of Employee

Designation

Whether Permanent/ Contractual

1.

Mr. Heera Lal Meena

Mali

Permanent

 

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Wardens
  • Senior Warden
    Dr. Rahul Raj
  • Mess Warden
    Dr. Deep Narayan Pandey
  • Warden (Maintenance and Sanitation)
    Dr. Pravesh Kumar
  • Warden (Health & Recreation) 
    Dr. Nagendra Shreeniwas
  • Contact 
    Telephone : 26704797