Hostel Rules

Hostel Rules and Regulation 2015
1.2 These shall apply to all the trainees or persons utilizing the residential facilities and privileges.
1.3 These shall come into force from February 2006.
2.1 Trainees shall be entitled to a monthly salary/stipend to meet the cost of food, lodging and incidentals unless specified otherwise in the respective course prospectus.
2.2 Trainees shall have the option to reside in the hostel unless specified otherwise in the respective course prospectus.
2.3 Residents shall take up full responsibility to maintain their hostel, sanitary and electrical installation, fixtures and furniture, and other facilities provided for their comfort and use.
2.4 Residents shall maintain the internal wiring and fitting without modification for reasons of safety and to avoid any undue damages.
2.5 Residents shall inform the Estate Manager through the Hostel Warden for any maintenance service they require in the hostel rooms.
2.6 Residents shall not cook in the rooms to avoid fire hazard and promote hygiene.
2.7 Residents must abstain from unhealthy habits of consuming and storing alcohol in the hostel and institute premises.
2.8 Residents shall not keep pets in the institute.
2.9 Except through prior permission, Residents shall be required to be in the hostel at 9.00 p.m. and will observe silence after 10:00 p.m. in order not to disturb other residents.
2.10 Residents shall not dry their laundry including shoes in corridors and on the windows etc. except at the courtyard of the laundry room or behind the hostels.
2.11 Residents shall abstain from gambling of any kind in the hostels.
2.12 Residents shall abstain from carrying cooked food into the hostel rooms
2.13 Residents shall not paste any picture on the walls of their rooms.
2.14 Residents may play or use transistors, record players, tape recorders, guitars etc. in the rooms provided it does not disturb other inmates.
2.15 Residents are permitted to use blower heaters, water boiler, and insulated immersion rods for heating water in their rooms. They shall, however, ensure that these appliances are switched off prior to leaving their rooms.
2.16 However, no resident shall use rod heaters, cooking appliances (rice/curry cookers), electric kettles or water heater (with coil rounded on a wooden or any other material).
2.17 Visitors shall be entertained only in the lobby of hostel or visitor’s lounge of the institute only during visiting hours.
3.1 Residents shall be held responsible for proper discipline and cleanliness of the entire hostel campus.
3.2 Class representative shall be held responsible for proper discipline and cleanliness of the entire hostel campus.
3.3 Class representative shall also be responsible for the maintenance of the cleanliness and discipline on each floor.
3.4 Class representative shall ensure that water taps and the residents switch off lights.
3.5 Residents shall make their own beds neatly every morning without leaving anything on the beds, under the beds or on the cupboards, with towels spread on the bed rails at the head side of the beds. (As far as possible uniformity must be maintained).
3.6 A resident must maintain utmost cleanliness and make sure that the floor under his/her bed and cupboard is clean and waste paper and refuse is deposited in the dust-bins provided in the rooms.
3.7 Class representative shall make sure that any Resident, who litters the room or spills anything, cleans up the mess himself/herself.
3.8 Resident shall ensure that the bathrooms and toilets after use are as clean as they would like to find them and see water taps are closed.
4.1 The Hostel for executives shall be named as Executive Residence and dormitories as Puen Residences.
4.2 Executive Residence shall be furnished with basic comforts to host senior officers befitting their status.
4.3 An Executive Residence resident is expected to conduct in a manner befitting the rank and position during the stay at the hostel by complying with the rules of the Institute.
4.4 Each Resident shall be provided with following facilities for use during the course of the training:

  1. Study table and Chair;
  2. Wardrobe; and
  3. Bed
4.5 Residents shall not be allowed to move furniture or facilities from their rooms unless written order is produced.
4.6 Residents shall bear the cost of repair/replacements for damages deliberately caused to government properties. In the event of damage, the recovery will be made from the security deposit and balance if any from the stipend/salary accordingly to the nature of the property (collectively or individuals).
4.7 Resident shall hand-over the articles and properties issued in their names according to the inventory list to the concerned authorities at the time of leaving the institute and produce a no demand certificate for issue of the final Transcripts.
5. MESS:
5.1 Residents shall conduct themselves in the Mess in a disciplined and civilized manner.
5.2 Residents shall be required to eat in the common mess unless exempted by the Management.
5.3 Residents shall elect a Mess Committee comprising of one member representing each course. The Committee shall be responsible for the administration of the mess under broad guidelines laid down by the Institute.
5.4 A resident shall be required to pay for the meals as per the norms laid down by the Committee.
5.5 A resident shall not be allowed to enter the kitchen unless required by the official works.
5.6 Residents shall observe the following dress code strictly in the Mess:
working days
1. Break fast Gho & Kira Games Kit (Set)
2. Lunch Gho & Kira Casual (Sun)
3. Tea Inst. Casual/Sports kit Casual(holiday)
4. Dinner Casual
5. Formal Occasion Institute Dress
5.7 Residents shall strictly observe the mess timings as indicated below:
1. Breakfast 0745 – 0820
2. Lunch 1300 – 1345
3. Evening Tea 1515 – 1530
4. Dinner 1900 – 1930
6.1 A trainee shall be entitled to leave on weekends or on other holidays with prior approval of the hostel warden.
6.2 A trainee proceeding on leave shall inform their whereabouts with the Hostel Warden
6.3 Class representative shall report to the Hostel Warden any resident falling sick or hospitalized at the earliest and reasonable instance.
6.4 A trainee shall be eligible to avail leave of one day due to sickness or any other emergency with prior permission of the Head of the Department/Coordinator of the Centers and two or more days with permission of the Director on the recommendation of the Head/Coordinator.
6.5 A Resident shall be liable to be discontinued from the course for unauthorized absence without any valid reasons.
7. AMENDMENT AND SUPPRESSION The Director General of the Institute shall be the authority empowered to interpret the rules and his/her decision shall be final and binding.
Director General
Royal Institute of Management

Dated : December 25, 2014