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Housing & Meals

The IIJNM program requires intense study for one year, and all students must preferably stay in college dormitory next to the campus, unless an exemption is granted. A convenient and modern residential facility is provided separately for both male and female students, with supervision by a hostel warden. Some faculty members may also choose to stay in the apartments provided within walking distance of the Institute.

The convenience of living within the campus gives students constant access to the services offered by the Institute. Often, students may want to work on their computers until late hours without worrying about a long commute. Also, when course assignments call for team effort, students are able to easily get together at short notice.

IIJNM campus is just 45 minutes from main Bangalore city. Healthy climate and adequate clean water availability make the area very attractive for living comfortably. It offers a scenic environment free of heavy traffic, pollution and noise. The campus is in a secure area, and the institute is well protected with sufficient security guards. Frequent public transport is available to several points in the city. A major hospital is within 15 minutes from the institute.

The cafeteria adjacent to the dormitory offers regular quality meals -- breakfast, lunch and dinner - at a nominal charge.

At the start of each semester, students must pay the following fees toward their housing and meals:

Housing fees:
Rs. 10,000 per semester
Rs. 40,000 per semester

Students entertaining the faculty with their talents.

Students who wish to stay elsewhere instead of the college dormitory must make their own arrangements for commute. Depending on the number of students wishing to commute from Bangalore city, IIJNM may provide transport that may be shared among those traveling in the same vehicle. Charges related to travel in college arranged vehicle will be determined by IIJNM administration after ascertaining the number of passengers in a vehicle.

Students commuting to the institute and back may avail lunch at IIJNM cafeteria. The charge for lunch is Rs. 15,000 per semester.

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