T K M College of Engineering offers ample hostel facilities for the students. Since an ideal hostel must be, in essence, a home away from home, the facilities offered here are designed to provide a sense of belonging, security and care as well as a spirit of independence, within reasonable limits.
There are separate hostels for boys and girls. Altogether these hostels provide accommodation to 1996 students. As for Administrative structure, the Principal of the college will be the Chief Warden of the hostels. There will be a Hostel Co-ordinator for all hostels under the Trust. In addition, each hostel has a Warden, Deputy Wardens and Resident Tutors, who are Professors or Assistant Professors of the college. Foreign students are given accommodation in International Students’ Hostel, the facility of which are, at par with, international standards. The hostels provide a calm and relaxing atmosphere to accelerate the creative talents of the students. The teachers who act as resident wardens of the hostels provide moral and emotional support and guidance to the inmates.
|Sl No||Name of the Hostel||Capacity|
|1||Golden Jubilee Hostel for Men||525|
|2||International Hostel for Men||60|
|3||International Students Hostel for Ladies||40|
|4||Trust Hostel Annexe-5 for Men||275|
|6||Trust Hostel Annexe- 1 for Men||40|
|7||Trust Hostel Annexe -2||98|
|8||Ladies Hostel for Women||210|
|9||Ladies Hostel Annexe-1 for Women||160|
|10||Ladies Hostel Enclave UGC Hostel for Women||385|
|11||Working Women’s hostel||305|
The hostels provide good food at very responsible rates, as the mess is managed by the students themselves, following a dividing system. Transportation is arranged for the residents to move in and out. They have all kinds of recreational amenities like T.V., telephone (incoming and outgoing), internet facilities, indoor and outdoor games, and facilities like postal and banking services in the campus. Another added attraction is round-the-clock power and water supply. There is a Hostel Advisory Council, headed by the Principal and Heads of all Departments, Deputy Chief Warden and wardens of Hostels. The Council meets often to discuss the policy matters and disciplinary steps relating to the hostels. In addition to this each hostel has a Hostel Council consisting of the Warden, Deputy Warden, Resident Tutors and the Representatives of inmates to discuss day-to-day affairs relating to mess management.
The discussions in the core committee meetings suggested formulating ways to enhance discipline in hostels to promote better academic settings.
Policy and Working Procedure: Formation of a hostel management committee (HMC). The admission and disciplinary issues are to be managed by the HMC, which shall be headed by a senior professor (deputy chief warden), preferably from engineering stream. HMC shall consist of (i) Principal(Chief Warden), (ii) Deputy Chief Warden (iii) Wardens of all hostels (v) College union members(vi) Dean, student affairs and (vii) Foreign Student’s Advisor. The Chief Warden shall serve as the Chairman of HMC and Deputy Chief Warden as the Secretary. All issues pertaining to hostels shall be left to HMC with Warden having independent charge for taking any disciplinary action against any inmate as and when necessary. Any inmate booked for indiscipline by the Warden shall be directed to the respective departmental management committees (DMC) through the Chief / Deputy Chief Warden for a departmental hearing and be re-admitted only with the written consent from DMC. Actions taken on all disciplinary issues are to be reported to subsequent HMC meeting for ratification.