Sree Vahini Best Engineering College


Sree Vahini Institute of Science & Technology


The campus life at SREE VAHINI is wholesome, easy and fun filled. It provides the students a judicious mix of education and enjoyment. The SREE VAHINI campus offers to both the day scholars and residents a complete suite of facilities that are very self sufficient. Thus the student has absolutely no need to step out of the college premises for anything. It goes that extra mile to make the life of students staying at hostels that much more comfortable and pleasant, thereby making it second home. The college provides excellent and separate hostel facilities for both boys and girls. The students are provided spacious rooms with attached bath with running hot and cold water .subscribing to the fact that student need to have fresh air combined with physical sport it offers spacious and large play courts /playground for volley ball, basketball, shuttle, Cricket and other outdoor games.



Hostel Facilities - Boys Hostel

The college has comprehensive hostel facilities for the students. The Boys' Hostel of 11020 sq.m has 96 rooms spread over three floors and accommodates about 520 students of B.E/ B.TECH and MBA.

The boy’s hostel has separate library, reading room, shuttle courts and a shop to facilitate the students. The hostel block also has STD facility.

Girls Hostel

The college has separate hostel for women. The Girls' Hostel of 1330 sq.m. has 36 rooms and accommodates 120 students. A separate dining hall covering 200 sq.m, to accommodate 100 students at a time, is also available in this block. The girl’s hostel has TV Room, Table tennis and a shop to facilitate the students. The hostel blocks also have STD facility

Dining and Health Care

A Sound body is essential for a sound mind.

The hostel is annexed with a kitchen, to provide food at protected and hygienic environment along with dining halls, which can accommodate more than 500 students at a time.

Healthy and nutritive food is served. The hostel kitchen has facilities for steam cooking with gas stoves. The dining hall covering an area of about 750 sq.m for accommodating large number of students at a time.

A clinic, with a few beds along with on call Doctor Facility for 24 Hours to take care of the health requirements of the hostel students, is also made available.

Rules and Regulations for Hostel Residents

  • No student should stay in the hostel, without specific permission from the warden, when the college is working.
  • The Mess Timings are Breakfast: 7.00a.m - 8.45a.m Lunch : As provided in the college timetable Tea : 4.30p.m - 5.00 p.m Dinner : 8.00 p.m - 9.00p.m
  • The study hours in the hostel are from 6.00 p.m to 8.00 p.m daily. During the study hours, the students are expected to stay in their rooms. They should avoid group discussions
  • Students can entertain the visitors only during the visiting hours. The normal visiting hours are from 4.40p.m to 5.30p.m on working days and from 8.00a.m to 6.00p.m on Sundays and other holidays.
  • Permission to go out of the Hostel will be given only once in a month on a holiday. They Can leave the Hostel after 5.00a.m and should return before 8.00p.m
  • No student will be allowed to go out based on a phone message. Phone calls from Outsiders, other than parents of students, are strictly prohibited.
  • Students will ordinarily be permitted to go home only if the college is closed continuously for more than 5 days or more. Students going out of the hostel either to the city or on a holiday should enter the date and time of leaving the hostel and date and time of returning to the hostel.
  • Any student willing to attend a function in the house, marriage or any other ceremony. Will be permitted to go only if the request is directly made by the parents to the principal. Day Scholars are not allowed to visit the hostels on any account.
  • Unauthorized electrical fittings and gadgets should not be used in the hostel rooms.
  • Students who are found guilty of misbehavior or bad conduct will be expelled from the hostels.
  • Students are expected to keep their rooms neat and tidy and are responsible for the furniture and bedding provided to them.