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Alumni Meet

5th Admission List 2018-19

Grievance Redressal 


Last Date for M.Phil Students Admission

Ph.D Admission Form 2018-19

Hand Book of Information 2018-19

Admission Instruction

Welcome To D.S.Kothari Hostel :-

D.S. Kothari Hostel named after late Professor D.S. Kothari, an eminent physicist and a well-known educationist was established in 1997, the Platinum Jubilee year of the University of Delhi. It has 39 double seated rooms and 19 single seated rooms to accommodate Postgraduate students and research scholars. The Provost is the Head of the Institution. He is assisted by the Warden, who is in-charge of the day-to-day administration of the Hostel, and the Resident Tutor, who is in-charge of the extra-curricular activities and the general welfare of the residents. The policies of the Hostel are decided by the Managing Committee under the overall guidelines and policies of the University of Delhi.

From The Provost's Desk :-

Smiley face The D.S. Kothari Hostel accommodation provides intellectual and infrastructural facilities to students who are coming from various parts of the country to pursue their higher education from different Departments of the University of Delhi. The comfortable accommodation and congenial academic atmosphere creates a platform for residents to grow and attain academic excellence. The hostel accommodates residents from Masters, M.Phil & Ph.D programmes. There is a dedicated room kept for scholars who visit University of Delhi under exchange programmes. The sports and recreational facilities and other activities facilitates overall development of the residents. I feel proud that Alumni of D. S. Kothari Hostel achieved distinguished position in various fields and I am sure in future too the residents of the Hostel to reach better positions.

Prof. S.C. Rai