The DUFR has two hostels namely International Students Hostel (ISH) for boys and Research Scholar Quarters - 2 (RSQ2) for research scholars and girls.
International Students Hostel:
The DUFR has given top priority for accommodation of International Students to a capacity of 180 students. This hostel consists of 60 rooms with attached kitchen and Toilet. Each room is provided with three cots, three chairs and three reading tables.
Research Scholars Quarters - 2 (RSQ-2)
The girls students and Research Scholars (who are having families) are allotted into RSQ-2. The RSQ-2 comprises of 24 quarters. Each quarter is having one kitchen, one bedroom, one hall and attached toilet.
HOSTEL RULES AND REGULATIONS
Rooms are allotted to the students by the Hostel Authorities. However, the management reserves the right to change any room/rooms with short notice.
Whoever admits in hostel should opt for accommodation only. If a student is staying away from the hostel for one or more nights, he/she should get the permission of the concerned hostel supervisor.
Hostel rent bill should be paid month wise in advance, hostel admission will be given year wise based on payment of rent bill month wise in advance and clearance of previous dues.
Four and two wheeler Motor Vehicles are strictly not allowed in Hostel premises as it leads to sound and Air pollution, creates problem and disturbance to fellow boarders. Only Bicycles are permitted and these are to be kept in the respective Hostels Cycle Stand only.
Consumption of Alcohol and smoking in the Hostel premises is Prohibited, violation of this may lead to expulsion from the hostel.
The boarders shall refrain from music and singing or making noise in the Hostel during the hours when students devote the time to study, strict silence is to be observed during study hours.
Students are responsible for the safety of furniture, electrical fittings and other fixtures in the rooms and these should be properly handed over at the time of their leaving to the concerned hostel supervisor.
Ragging is an offence and it is prohibited by the state as well as Central Government. Students who indulge in ragging or other acts of the misconduct are liable for severe punishment including expulsion from the hostel immediately and also from the DUFR, JNTUH.
Indoor games are likely to disturb the adjacent inmates and are prohibited in the rooms, and playing cricket inside the hostel Premises is also strictly prohibited.
The boarders shall not issue any orders to the hostel servants and shall not interfere in their work. In case of misconduct or unsatisfactory service on the part of the servants, boarders shall not take law into their own hands, but shall immediately report to Hostel Office/ concerned Deputy Warden.
Boarders shall not put up notices or convene meeting of any sort with in hostel premises without the prior permission from Deputy Warden or Hostel Manager.
Any boarder, who has been suspended/expelled from the college/ units of JNTUH shall deemed to be expelled from the hostel automatically.
Guests are not allowed to stay in the hostel under any circumstances, Boarders who allow guests in their rooms are liable to be suspended from the hostel and fine of Rs.500/- per day will be levied.
Misconduct, disobedience to the hostel authorities, breach of hostel rules shall result in fine, suspension or dismissal from the hostel.
Hostel rules and the regulations framed by the hostel committee from time to time will apply to all boarders.
Boarders are advised not to keep rooms Unlocked while going out and do not keep money or valuable in their rooms (Cell phones, Computers, Gold etc.) hostel authorities are not responsible for goods or money lost by boarders.
Boarders have to pay rental every month within 15 days or as stipulated from the date of display of rent bill, if any boarder is failed to pay in the specified time, he/she has to pay penalty of Rs.20/- per day, a maximum of 30 days from the date of display of rental bill. Afterwards, he/she will forgo the hostel Admission. For readmission Rs. 500/- will be charges as readmission charges.
Due to shortage of hostel accommodation, priority will be given to the students who clear the subjects at a time in subsequent semesters.
Caution deposit should be paid at the time of admission and this will be refunded after vacating the Hostels.
in ISH hostel and RSQ2 quarter there is no provision for single occupancy of students.
If the students and scholars do not pay rent and pwoer charges for three consecutive months, their hostel allotment will be cancelled.
PROCEDURE FOR ACQUIRING HOSTEL ADMISSION
Students seeking hostel admission should collect the application form from the Directorate of University Foreign Relations (DUFR)..
Filled in application form along with Rs.500/- challan should be submitted in the Directorate of University Foreign Relations (DUFR). The challan is to be paid into Director, UFR Account.
Challan form and bank details are available in the Directorate of University Foreign Relations (DUFR).
Further Xerox copies of the following documents submitted along with application form.
College / Campus allotment letter.
Residential Permit / Stay Visa.
PNS Passport size photos 3 Nos.
ID Card proof.
The refundable caution deposit of Rs. 12,000/- per student can be paid through challan of “Director, UFR Hostels” accountfor obtaining final allotment of hostel room in ISH and RSQ2 hostels.
The refundable caution deposit of Rs. 18,000/- per family can be paid through challan of “Director, UFR Hostels” accountfor obtaining final allotment of hostel quarter in RSQ2 hostel.
Fee structure per Student in ISH Hostel
Fee structure for ISH
Fee structure per student and family in RSQ2 Quarter