The hostels have furnished AC rooms; a TV room; a gym; indoor games; a reading and internet room; a dining room; a parlour; an activity room; and a guest room.

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At the Delhi Technological University (DTU), two new residence halls with a combined capacity of 1,000 students were officially opened on Wednesday. The opening of the new hostels has increased the capacity of DTU to house 1,105 females and 1,605 boys.

The Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Boys Hostel and the Virangana Laxmibai Girls Hostel were opened by Manish Sisodia, the deputy chief minister of Delhi. “DTU will have 15,000 students instead of the 6,000 it had in 2015 by 2022. It is crucial for us to develop our facilities in such a situation so that we can house an increasing number of students, Sisodia stated during the inaugural event.
The recently built hostels are stated to provide guest rooms, dining rooms, parlours, activity areas, gyms, indoor game rooms, reading rooms, internet rooms, and completely furnished, air-conditioned rooms.  Sisodia said that the expansion will further bolster the “world-class education” being provided by DTU and help the university nurture its students better.

According to Sisodia, the Kejriwal government wants to offer top-notch higher education and professional training to all students enrolling in state universities, and providing them with suitable housing is a crucial component of that goal. The Kejriwal administration will fully pay all amenities needed by students enrolled in state universities run by the Delhi government and essential to their professional development and advancement, the minister continued.

Mayank Tewari


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