The National Law University (NLU), Delhi has said it is facing a shortage of rooms in its boys hostel on campus and will not be able to accommodate all male students. NLU Delhi has already shared a list of male students who have been given rooms at the university’s hostel. Students who have not been allocated space on campus are advised to seek alternative accommodation nearby.
Varsity in the notification stated that male students have been given preferential accommodation in accordance with the university’s reservation policy and distance from Delhi. The university also decided to give all students with a disability space on campus.
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Meanwhile, all female students have been allocated rooms in the girls hostel. NLUD announced AILET 2022 result on July 1. The university has activated the AILET 2022 accounts of all students accommodated in the hostel. These students must pay their hostel fees before July 23.
The hostel fee includes Rs 5,000 for the hostel deposit, in addition to Rs 5,000 for the dining facility. Rs 18,000 per year to be paid for the room rent and Rs 20,000 for the hostel facilities. Apart from this, an advance payment of Rs 21,000 is to be paid for mess services for semester one.
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According to the hostel’s leave policy, students are only allowed to leave campus on weekends and public holidays. Students must only request leave from the director at the specified times. It is also recommended to ask for permission a day in advance for a Sunday night out. Students are generally not allowed to take time off during a working day. In exceptional cases, parents must submit a written request to the Vice-Chancellor/Registrar, after which the guards will grant them leave.
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