To meet the residential needs of the students, UPES has constructed Boys and Girls hostel at Bidholi and Kandoli campuses. These hostels provide best residential facilities, conducive to comfortable living and learning in the salubrious environment of Dehradun. Hostels have Wi Fi facility for learning and round the clock CCTV monitoring for security. Common room provides the place to relax and study. 24X7 power back up and solar power water heaters facility exist.
The hostels have modern messes, serving nutritious and hygienic meals. UPES hostel’s provides a positive environment to the students, which contributes to their overall development and make their stay at the university a memorable, productive and joyful journey.
Boys’ and Girls’ Hostel at UPES Bidholi Campus
There are total of 696 boys and girls hostel seats on triple sharing at Bidholi campus. One more boys’ block of 141 seat is under construction.
- Seats will be allotted on first cum first serve basis to the newly joining students of admissions batch 2016-17.
- Limited seats are available and interested candidates are advised to contact enrolment team during selection process.
Boys’ Hostel at UPES Kandoli Campus
UPES Boys’ hostel for College of Management and College of Law is operational at Kandoli campus. MBA, BBA and Law students are staying in the multi-story hostel blocks, with a breathtaking view of the Dehradun valley.
- Any vacant seats can also be allotted to College of Engineering Students.
- There are total of 483 seats for boys on triple sharing allotted on first cum first serve basis.
- One more Hostel tower of 243 seats will also be ready by mid 2016.
Girls’ Hostel at UPES Kandoli Campus.
A new UPES Girls’ hostel has been constructed to accommodate 561 girls for College of Management and College of Law.
- This is beautifully designed building with all the basic facilities.
- Multiple choice of AC room with attached washroom, Non-AC room with attached washroom and Non-AC room with common washroom are offered.
- Vacant seats will be offered to College of Engineering girls.