Quiet Hours




It is essential that residents are respectful of one another regarding noise levels in the hostels. All residents have the right to live, sleep, and study without disruption. Therefore, specific guidelines have been set to encourage you to be respectful of your room mates and neighbours. ‘Courtesy hours’ are in effect all hours of the day. ‘Courtesy hours’ means that noise should not cause disturbance to the occupants of other rooms or buildings. During quiet hours, noise should not be heard outside a room. Quiet hours may be extended by agreement of all inmates. 

Quiet Hours 

  • Monday to Friday: 9:30 pm – 6:30 am 

  • Saturday and Sunday: 10:00 pm – 6:30 am 

Residents should not sing aloud, whistle, shout or make noise likely to cause distraction to those engaged in studies. 

Residents should not loiter in the verandas. 

Students shall not visit rooms of other students after 9.30 pm so as not to cause distraction. 

A study hall is open for studies till midnight. Lights are turned off at midnight. This does not apply during examinations and preparatory study holidays. Request for extension of timings of the study hall may be made to the Warden.