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Hostel Life

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GROUP INTRODUCTION

GROUP MEMBERS:
RAHEEL AHMAD WAHEED AHMED MOHSIN WASEEM HASSAN FAROOQ AWAIS ISHAQ KHAN

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E OUTLINES: LI TLIN NE LI T U E UT OU TLI 1. HOSTEL O IN O E OU INE 2. HISTORY OF HOSTELN L E LI E TL T IN T U L 2. AUTHORITIES IN U E O T OU TL O IN 3. FACILITIES U E O HOSTELITES OU INE UTL E N 4. LI E T SCHOLORS UTL EO N IN U DAY LI O L 5. T T ACTIVITIES LIN U E U N 6. ROUTINE E O T O LI E IN U 7.EXTRA CURICULLAR ACTIVITIES O IN UTL T L U OF NE 8. O FUNLI HOSTEL UT E O NE O IN 9. HOSTEL AS HELL OR HEAVEN T LI U I NE 10.RACHNA O L HOSTELTL OUT U T 11.CONCLUSION O U O E N

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THOSE OF YOU WHO AREN'T SO WELL ACQUAINTED WITH LIVING IN A HOSTEL, HERE'S A GUIDE FOR THAT. THIS IS ALSO A REFERENCE FOR THOSE OF YOU WHO DO LIVE IN A HOSTEL.

HOSTEL:
“A SUPERVISED INEXPENSIVE LODGING PLACE FOR TRAVELLERS ESPECIALLY YOUNG BUT FOR US, TRAVELLERS.”

“HOME SWEET HOSTEL IS FUN,FUN AND ONLY PLACE OF FUN.”

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HISTORY OF HOSTEL:
•In 1912 in Altena Castle in Germany, Richard Schirrmann created the first permanent Youth Hostel . •These first Youth Hostels were an exponent of the ideology of the Youth Movement to let poor, city youngsters breathe fresh air outdoors. •The youths were supposed to manage the hostel themselves as much as possible to build character as well as being physically active outdoors.

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•The idea rapidly spread overseas and eventually resulted in Hostelling International (HI)

•It was a organization composed of more than 90 different Youth Hostel associations representing over 4500 Youth Hostels in over 80 countries. •Some HI Youth Hostels cater more to school-aged children (sometimes through school trips) and parents with their children, whereas others are more for travellers intent on learning new cultures.

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AUTHORITIES OF HOSTEL:
1.WARDEN

R O 2.ASSISTANT WARDEN H T MANAGER U 3.MESS A S

IE IT

HOSTEL WARDEN:

“A PERSON WHO GUARDS OR MANAGE HOSTEL”

“A PERSON WHO IS INVERSLY PROPORSIONAL TO HOSTEL MANAGMENTS.”

R O H T U A
BUT GENERALLY,

S IE IT

ASSISTANT WARDEN:

“THE SOURCE TO ACCOMPLISH TASKS O HOSTEL MANAGEMENT.”

ASSISTANT WARDEN HOSTEL MANAGMENT

ASSISTANT WARDEN=CONSTANT.HOSTAL MANAGMEN WHERE CONSTANT=STRESS OF WARDEN ON ASSISTANT WARDEN

R O H T U A

S IE IT

MESS MANAGER:

“A PERSON WHO LOOK AFTER THE MES MANAGEMENT.”
•TO ORGANIZE GOOD & HYGENIC MEAL. •MAINTAIN THE DISCIPLINE .
BUT GENERALLY,

•TO INCREASE THE RATES OF MEAL

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FACILITIES:

Different facilities available in hostel are given below;

C A F

1.MESS 2.COMMON ROOMS 3.T.V ROOM 4.LIBRARY 5.COMPUTER ROOM 6.NET FACILITY 7.TRANSPORTATION 8.GUEST HOUSE 9. LAUNDRY 10. MASJID 11.SPORTS

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HOSTEL MESS:
“A LARGE DINING ROOM WHERE HOSTELITES EAT OR RELAX.”
KHANA KAB MILE GA!

HYGENIC MEAL

!

HYGENIC MEAL

!

TEEL TE KAT PAO!

ROTI KHUL GAI…

RESULTS:

UF!SHAHI CHANE

COMMON ROOMS & T.V ROOMS:
“A ROOM WHERE THE STUDENTS ARE ENTERTAINED FROM T.V AND SHARE THEIR JOYS.”

Engineer's APPROACH!

LIBRARY:
“A LIBRARY IS A COLLECTION OF BOOKS.” A LIBRARY IS COLLECTION OF INFORMATION.

IT IS ORGANIZED FOR USE AND MAINTAINED BY, AN INSTITUTION, OR A PRIVATE INDIVIDUAL.

COMPUTER ROOMS:

NET FACILITY:
•IT CONNECTES THE STUDENTS WITH THE LATEST WORLD AFFAIRS. •A SOURCE OF ENTERTAINMENT •HELPS IN THE STUDIES •USED FOR THE PREPERATION OF PROJECTS

TRANSPORTATION:
•GIFT FOR DAYSCHOLORS •FOR DIFFERENT TOURS

LAUNDRY & GUEST HOUSE:

GUEST HOUSE IS THAT PLACE WHICH IS ALWAYS CLOSED AND NOT FOR GUESTS BUT FOR HOSTEL AUTHORITIES.

SPORTS:
It includes both indoor and out door games The general sports played in hostels are cricket foot ball as outdoor,while squash and badminton as indoor.

MASJID:
•THERE IS A MOSQUE IN EVERY HOSTEL IN ORDER TO PERFORM THE RELIGIOUS SENTIMENTS •IT DRAWS THE ATTENTION OF THE STUDENTS TOWARDS THE ISLAM

HOSTALITES:

DIFFERENT TYPES OF HOSTELITES ARE GIV BELOW;

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1.THETAS 2.SLOW & STEADY 3.DEFAULTERS 4.HOSTEL KI JAAN 5.SPORTSMAN 6.JIHADI GROUP

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S:
AS THE QUAID SAID;

“__WORK,WORK AND ONLY WORK” •THESE HOSTELITES HAVE TAKEN IT SERIOUSLY. •THEY ARE THE MEMBERS OF •THEIR BEST FRIENDS ARE TEACHERS •ADVANTAGES OF THETAS ARE..

E ASC T S O H

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SLOW & STEADY:
•SHAMED TO BE HOSTELITE •THEY TAKE PART IN ANTI-HOSTELITE ACTIVITIES •THEY ARE REALLY SLOW PROCESSER • THEIR SLLEPING TIMES ARE 1:00PM-6:00 PM 11:00PM-9:00AM

DEFAULTERS:
• THESE PEOPLE ARE REALLY SCIENCE LOVERS •THESE ARE VERY SELFISH PERSON BECAUSE THEY INCLINED TOWARD THE THETAS FOR THEIR OWN MEAN.

HOSTEL KI JAAN:
•THEY ARE USUALLY FOUND DURING THE COLLEGE TIMINGS IN THE HOSTELS •THEY ARE THE BEST NOMINEES FOR THE AWARD OF BACKBENCHERS •WIHTOUT THEM HOSTEL IS VERY BORING •THEY HAVE THE FACTOR OF 8:45am

SPORTSMAN:

•THEY ARE VERY SPORTS LOVERS. •THEY CAN PLAY EVERY WHERE WHETHER IT’S HOSTE

MISCELLANEOU S:
•THEY ARE THE STUDENTS WHICH CREATE TENSION IN EVERY ASPECT.

•THEY WANT TO CHASE OTHER IN EVERY ASPECT WHETHER STUDY OR SPORT ,etc.

DAY SCHOLORS:
DAY SCOLORS CAN BE CALLLED AS “ANTIHOSELITES”.

E T S O H
HOSTELITES

•THESE ARE THE PERSON WHO GOT 100% ATTENDENCE.

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•THEIR SOME MAIN TASKS ARE a. TO AWAKE HOSTELITES b. TO BRING GOODS FOR

HOSTELITES VS DAYSCHOLARS
HOSTELITES
a. COMBINE STUDY b. JOYFUL LIFE c. COMMUNITY OF FRIENDS

DAY SCHOLORS

a. NO COMBINE STUDY b. BORRING LIFE c. SMALL COMMUNITY

HOSTELITES
d. NOT PUNCTUAL e. HOME SICKNESS f. CAN’T ENJOY HYGENIC & DELICIOUS MEAL

DAY SCHOLORS
d. VERY PUNCTUAL e. CLOSER TO THEIR FAMILY f. ENJOY HYGENIC & DELICIOUS MEAL

ROUTINE ACTIVITIES:

THE ROUTINE ACTIVITIES OF HOSTELITES AR GIVEN BELOW;

E F I 1.FACTOR OF 8:45am. L 2.LECTURES L E 3.MESS T 4.GAMES S STDY 5.COMBINE O H 6.SLEEPING HOURS

FACTOR OF 8:45am:
• THE THREATNING TIME FOR THE

HOSTELIES. • ALL THE DREAMS COME TO AN END AT 8:45 • ALMOST 65% HOSTELITES CARRY THIS FACTOR.

LECTURES:
•IN ORDER TO ATTEND THE LECTURES SOME HOSTELITES HAVE TO THINK SOME LAME EXCUSE e.g.; a. THE LOCK WAS DISPLACED b. THERE WAS A PROBLEM IN THE SHOWER c. ELECTRICITY PROBLEMS

E T S O H

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MESS:
• THE HAPPIEST TIME FOR THE HOSTELITES BECAUSE, a. 1O% HOSTELITES DO BREAKFAST b. 90% HOSTELITES DO ONLY MESS

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GAMES:

E T S O H

•IN LEISURE TIME THEY PLAY MANY GAMES •BUT THIS IS PRESENT IN 50% OF HOSTELITES •REMAINING 50% PREFER TO SLEEP

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COMBINE STUDY:
•THE DIFFICULT PART OF THE DAY •MANY STUDENTS PREFER TO STUDY COMBINE

SLEEPING HOURS:

•SLEEPING HOURS GENERALLY STARS FROM 2:30am. To 8:45am.

THIS WAS ALL ABOUT THE DAILY ROUTINE.

EXTRA CURICULAR ACTIVIES:

DIFFERENT ACTIVITIES ARE GIVEN BELOW;

L E T S O H

IT IS SAID THAT; “PYSICALLY FIT PERSON HAS A HEALTHY MIND.”

E F I L

1.SOCITIES IN HOSTEL 2.WEEKLY SHOPPING TOURS 3.TRIPS

SOCITIES IN COLLEGE:

1.DEBATES/SPECHES 2.DRAMAS 3.COMPETITIONS a. QUIZ COMPETITION b. PAINTING 4.ART a. DANCING b. SINGING 5.SPORTS EVENTS a. COLLAGE TOURNAMENTS B.INTER-COLLAGE TOURNAMENTS

DEBATES/SPECHES
•ALL THE SPEECHING AND DEBATING ARE FIRSTLY REHERSED IN THE HOSTELS.

DRAMAS:
•DIFFERENT DRAMATIC SOCIETY ARE IN COLLAGES IN WHICH HOSTILITIES MAKE A GREAT CONTRIBUTION.

COMPETITIONS:
a. QUIZ COMPETITION b. PAINTING COMPETITION

ART:
a. DANCING b. SINGING
•FORM THESE ACTIVITIES HOSTILITIES CAN EXPRESS THEIR TALENT WHICH ARE NATURALLY PRESENT IN THEM.

SPORTS EVENTS:
a. COLLEGE TOURNAMENTS b. INTER-COLLEGE TOURNAMENTS
•THESE ACTIVITIES MAKE THEM A GOOD SPORTSMAN AND DEVELOP THE TRUE SPIRIT OF SPORT IN HOSTELITES.

WEEKLY TOURS AND TRIPS:
FOR THE HOSTILITIES MANY WEEKLY TOURS ARE ARRANGED.

FUN OF HOSTEL:
•HOSTEL LIFE IS STRAIGHT OUT FUN. •IT'S THE BEST PART OF LIVING IN A COLLEGE.

F O N EL U T F S O H

1.POWER FAILURE 2.DINNER TIME 3.BORROWING 4.BATHROOM ETIQUATES 5.TIME PASS 6.WELCOME HOME 7.GIRLS PASSING BY 8.COMMON ROOM

POWER FAILURE:
•START SCREAMING,

“Whooooooo!!!”
•BY NOW ALL COME TO BALCONNIE •START BLAMMING EACH OTHER

F O N EL U T F S O H

•BOASTING THEIR IMPORTANT TASKS •COMPLAINING WITH FRIENDS ABOUT THE TEACHERS •AGAIN START SCREAMING WHEN THE LIGHT COMES.

DINNER TIME:
•ON THE WAY TO THE HOSTEL MESS, ASK THE PERSON "What's for dinner?"

F O N EL U T F S O H

•Start eating, THIS TIMING IS VERY CRUCIAL.THIS IS FOR WHEN YOU WANT SOMETHING THAT'S OUT OF YOUR REACH, SUCH AS THE 'DAL', OR THE WATER etc. THE PERSON NEXT TO YOU SLAP HIS ARM AND ASK HIM TO PASS THE WATER. •AT THE END MANY ARE SAYING THAT; “WHAT A HORRIBLE DINNER!”

BORROWING:
•BORROWING IS THE ESSENTIAL FEATURE OF THE HOSTEL LIFE. •BRING THE THINGS TO YOUR ROOM WITHOUT ANY HESITATION. •BORROWING SLIPPERS,BOOKS,CLOTHES AND NOTES ETC.

F O N EL U T F S O H

BATHROOM ETIQUETTES:
•WHEN YOU ENTER THE BATHROOM, THE FIRST THING TO DO IS TO ADMIRE YOUR PATHETIC PHYSIQUE IN THE MIRROR. TELL YOURSELF THAT YOUR BICEPS ARE ONLY 3 INCHES SMALLER THAN ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGE R'S

IF YOU'RE TAKING A SHOWER, AND IN THE ADJACENT WATER-CLOSET, YOU'RE FRIEND'S TAKING A SHOWER, FILL UP YOUR MUG WITH WATER AND THROW IT ON HIM. TRY TO GET HIS UNDERWEAR AND CLOTHES WET IF POSSIBLE.

TIME PASS:
WHEN BORED, GO TO A FRIEND'S ROOM. HOWEVER, YOU MUST MAKE SURE THAT THIS FRIEND IS BUSY STUDYING. SLUMP ONTO HIS BED. START TALKING TO HIM.TALK TO HIM TO YOUR HEART'S CONTENT. INVITE OTHERS TO JOIN.

WELCOME HOME:
• WHENEVER SOMEONE COMES BACK FROM HOME, THEY'LL PROBABLY BE CARRYING SOMETHING TO EAT WITH THEM. • ON THEIR ARRIVAL, IMMEDIATELY GRAB THEIR BAGS. • THROW OUT ALL THE CLOTHING, BOOKS, ETC., UNTIL YOU FIND SOMETHING TO EAT.

F O N EL U T F S O H

•IF YOU FIND SOMETHING TO EAT, TAKE IT AND LEAVE, AND LET THE WONDERFUL GUY PICK UP HIS BELONGINGS. •IF YOU DO NOT FIND SOMETHING TO EAT, LEAVE, AND LET THE IDIOT PICK UP HIS BELONGINGS.

COMMON ROOM:
•IN THE COMMON ROOM, ALSO KNOWN AS TV ROOM, THERE WILL USUALLY BE ONE GUY, WHO SITS AT THE TV AND CHANGES THE CHANNELS. •THE GUY IS ALSO KNOWN AS "THE REMOTE CONTROL". OF HOSTEL

F O N EL U T F S O H

•IT IS THE DUTY OF THE "REMOTE CONTROLS" TO PUT ON THE WORST CHANNEL AVAILABLE. • AND IT IS THE DUTY OF THE REST OF THE VIEWERS TO COMPLAIN TO "THE REMOTE CONTROLS"

PARTIES IN HOSTEL: OF THE HOSTEL DIFFERENT PARTIES
ARE GIVEN BELOW;

I L 1.WELCOME PARTIES L 2.MUSICAL NIGHTS E 3.ISLAMIC GATHERING TPARTIES S 4.ANNUAL O YEAR PARTIES 5.NEW H 6.BIRTHDAY PARTIES

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WELCOME PARTY:
•ONE OF THE TRIDITION PARTIES OF HOSTEL IS “WELCOME PARTY” •IN IT THE STUDENTS OF FIRST YEAR ARE INVITED. •IT CREATES A HEALTHY RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SENIOR AND JUNIORS.

MUSICAL NIGHTS:
•A GREAT FUN OF HOSTEL IS MUSICAL NIGHTS. •IT INCLINES THE HOSTELITES TOWARDS MUSIC AND DANCE.

ISLAMIC GATHERING:

EVERY NOW AND THEN HOSTELLITES ARRANGE RELIGIOUS GATHERING LIKE; a. MEHFIL-E-NAAT b. TERJUMA QURAN CLASS c. BIAAN d. SHE ROZA e. MAJLIS

ANNUAL PARTY:
•ITS CALLED “THE MOST EMOTIONAL PARTY.” •IT RECALLS THE OLD MEMORIES OF THE HOSTELITES. •BUT ITS ALSO THE MIXTURE OF JOY AND THE HAPINESS.

NEW YEAR PARTY:
•BONE FIRE •A WAY OF FRIENDSHIP WITH OUR UNKNOWN FRIEND

BIRTHDAY PARTIES:
•BIRTHDAY BOY MUST BE CAPTURED AT 12:00 THE MIDNIGHT OF HIS BIRTH DAY. •HE IS TO BE HELD BY HIS ARMS AND LEGS, AT ALL FOUR ENDS, AND HE IS TO BE THROWN UP INTO THE AIR AND CAUGHT AGAIN. •AFTER IT THEY FALL 2 OR 3 BUCKETS OF WATER ON HIM, IF POSSIBLE, MIXED WITH SURF EXCEL OR EVEN MUD.

HOSTEL HELL OR HEAVEN:
HOSTEL LIFE HAS MANY ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES AS WELL.
IT’S THE SAYING OF D.H.LAWRENCE “HOSTEL LIFE IS LIKE A FOREIGN LANGUAGE SOME MISPRONOUNCE IT AND SOME DOESN’T.”

HOSTEL AS HEAVEN:
IT’S THE SAYING OF THOMAS HARDEY,

L E T N S E O V H EA H
“HOSTEL LIFE IS THE END OF A LIFE OF SPOON-FEEDING.” •IN HOSTELS, STUDENTS LEARN TO LIVE INDEPENDENTLY. •THEY LEARN TO FOLLOW THE RIGHT PATH WITHOUT ANY GUIDANCE.

S A

• IN A HOSTEL, STUDENTS CAN STUDY WHEN AND WHERE THEY WANT.

• HOSTEL LIFE PRODUCES IN THE STUDENTS A SENSE OF CONFIDENCE AND SELF-HELP.

HE HAS TO SET THE DAILY ROUTINE OF LIFE HIMSELF.

L E T N S E O V H EA H

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L E T N S E O V H EA H
•HOSTEL LIFE TEACHES THE VALUE OF PUNCTUALITY TO THE STUDENTS. •HOSTEL LIFE TRAINS THE YOUTH FOR PRACTICAL LIFE. •HOSTEL LIFE TEACHES TO TRUST ON OTHER.

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ACCORADING TO NEWTON’S 3RD LAW “EVERY ACTION HAS ITS RECTION.”

HOSTEL AS HELL:
ALL KIND OF STUDENTS ARE ACCOMODATED IN HOSTELS. • • GOOD BOYS BAD BOYS

NOW WHEN GOOD PERSON GETS INTO BAD PERSON COMPANY,IT MAY CAUSE MANY STUDENTS INDULGE IN NUMEROUS HARMFUL ACTIVITIES.

L E T S O S H A L L E H

•A PERSON WHO IS LIVING IN A HOSTEL HE IS NOT CLOSE TO HIS FAMILY.

•HARD WORKING STUDENTS MAY BE RUINED AND REDUCED TO NOTHING.

•BAD FRIENDS CAN CAUSE IRREPARABLE LOSS OF STUDENTS.

S O H S A L L E H

L E T

•THE HOSTEL STUDENTS MISUSE THEIR FREEDOM AND SPOILS THEIR PROMISING CAREER.

•SOME BEGIN TO LOVE FILMS AND FASHIONS.

•SOME WASTE THEIR MONEY IN GAMBLING AND DRINKING.

S O H S A L L E H

L E T

•SOME HOSTELS ARE OVER CROWDED AND DO NOT PROVIDE HEALTHY AND COMFORTABLE LIVING. •THE CROWDED ROOMS DO NOT ALLOW THE STUDENTS TO PAY PROPER ATTENTION TO THEIR STUDIES. •OUR POLITICAL PARTIES ALSO MISUSE THE STUDENTS ESPECIALLY THE BOARDERS.

S O H S A L L E H

L E T

L E T R S O O L H L N E VE H A E H
•IT’S QUITE DIFFICULT TO ADJUST YOURSELF WITH NEW ENVIRONMENT. IN HOSTEL THERE ARE STUDENTS FROM DIFFERENT ENVIRONMENT AND FROM DIFFERENT LIVING STANDARD. AT LEAST UP TO 1 MONTH SOME STUDENT FACE REALLY HARD PHASE TO KILL THEIR TIME WITH THEIR ROOMMATES.

HELL BECOMES HEAVEN

• BUT IF YOUR ROOMMATES ARE GOOD AND FRIENDLY YOUR LIFE BECOMES SO EASY. IF YOU START UNDERSTANDING THEM AND THEY START UNDERSTANDING YOU THEN IT BECOMES HEAVEN FOR YOU. •BECAUSE IF ONCE UNDERSTANDING DEVELOPS BETWEEN THE PEOPLE AROUND YOU, ONE STARTS FEELING COMFORTABLE AND RELAXES.

L E T R S O O L H L N E VE H A E H

HOSTEL POLITICS:

HOSTEL POLITICS WHICH CAN BE DEFINED AS “GROUPING OF STUDENT”. GROUPING MAY OCCUR DUE TO SOME BASIC FACTORS WHICH ARE GIVEN BELOW; 1. CAST 2. CITY FELLOW 3. RELIGION

L E T S S IC O T H LI O P
SOLUTONS…

RACHNA HOSTEL:
1.LACK OF FACILITIES
a. TRANSPORTATION b. LIBRARY c. GYM d. HEALTH FACILITY e. CAFETERIA f. SPORTS g. SEWARAGE PROBLEM

2. CONSERVATIVENESS 3. OVER CROWDING

R S U M O LE B O R P

LACK OF FACILITY:
TRANSPORTATION:
a. NO OF BUSES b. CASUALITY c. SHORT ROUTE

R S U M O LE B O R P
GYM:
THERE IS NO GYM FACILITY

LIBRARY: a. SHORT TIMING b. SHORTAGE OF BOOKS

HEALTH FACILITY:

SPORTS FACILITY:

R S U M O LE B O R P
a.NO PROPER GROUNDS b. INSUFFICIENT EQUIPMENT

a. SHORT TIMINGS b. NO EMERGENCY TREATMEN c. NO QUALIFIED STAFF d. NO MEDICINES

CAFETERIA:

a. MANAGEMENT PROBLEM

b. INADIQUATE FOOD SUPPLY

CONSERVATIVENESS:

OVER CROWDING:
a. DIFFICULT TO ADJUST IN SMALL ROOM. b. IT CAN CAUSE MISUNDERSTANDING B/W STUDENTS.

CONCLUSION:
FAMOUS SAYING ABOUT COMMUNITY:
“A PERSON IS KNOWN BY THE COMPANY HE KEEPS”

TWO QUESTIONS ABOUT HOSTEL LIFE I. WHETHER HOSTEL LIFE IS NECESSARY FOR A PERSON? II. DOES IT HELP TO UPGROOM THE PERSONALITY OF A PERSON?

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HOSTEL LIFE BRINGS POSITIVE ASPECTS IN
I. ETHICS II. MORAL VALUES

III. CONCEPT OF PRACTICAL LIFE IN HOSTEL LIFE,A PERSON • STEPS INTOP THE PRACTICAL LIFE WELL BEFORE THE TIME

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HOME SWEET HOSTEL
•ALTHOUGH HOSTELITES ARE AWAY FROM FAMILY. •BUT THEY CREATE THEIR OWN FAMILY IN HOSTEL.

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U 06 BATCH O Y K N A H T

From The Above Discussion “There is no other place like hostel and there is no other life hostel life”

WE ARE VERY THANKFUL TO ALL STUDENTS FOR CORPORATING WITH US FOR THE PICS.

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