BMU is a fully residential and co-educational university which has the capacity to accommodate 5000 students on its campus. Designed by world-renowned architects, HOK, USA, the 50-acre BMU campus has all the facilities and resources to ensure that you have a comfortable and enjoyable stay. The campus has separate hostels and mess for boys and girls, a first-aid centre, a chemist, an ambulance and doctor on call, cafeterias, bank/ATM, a courier service, a general store, a book shop, a sports shop, and a bus-shuttle to Gurugram and adjoining towns.
The entire campus including the hostel is Wi-Fi enabled. The campus has been designed to seamlessly integrate academic spaces with recreational hang-outs. The objective is to encourage interaction among students and to foster the spirit of community living and learning. It’s a campus which encourages walking around, sitting outdoors on the steps, and resting under the cool shade of a tree. Here, you will learn as much from your interactions with other students in student societies, debating clubs, and sporting facilities, as you will from course work in classes, labs, and workshops. Such exchanges will help you form enduring friendships and make your stay at BMU a memorable one.
A student has the option to be a day boarder and can avail transport facility from Gurugram, Delhi, or Faridabad. BMU will set the routes for students depending on where he travels from Gurugram, Delhi, and Faridabad. The facility will be availed by the student for 10 months and cost for the same is given in the table below (to be paid semester-wise):
ANNUAL CHARGES FOR BUS FACILITY
PICK-UP/ DROP POINT
5 days per week
6 days per week
Gurugram (From IFFCO Chowk)
Delhi (From CP)
Faridabad (From Bata Chowk)
The campus offers a slew of recreational, fitness and sporting facilities. Besides indoor sporting facilities, the campus has tennis, volleyball, basketball, and badminton courts; a gym and a cricket-cum-football field. Qualified and experienced sports instructors are at hand to oversee the sports programmes and guide budding sportsperson. The campus will be abuzz with talks, film shows, music gigs, art events, drama festivals and other cultural events.
The campus offers a slew of recreational, fitness and sporting facilities. Besides indoor sporting facilities, the campus has tennis, volleyball, basketball, and badminton courts; a gymnasium and a cricket-cum-football field. Qualified and experienced sports instructors are at hand to oversee.
We have two of them on our Campus and with the feedback so far- we can safely pat our backs. From refreshments to eatables, we cater it all to our students. We’ve kept both the messes spacious and comfortable. So that the whole ambience can be as inviting as possible.
We try to keep our food as varied as our scholars with choices between South and North Indian cuisines during all breakfasts and dinneRs We have students covered with four meals a day - breakfast, lunch, evening tea & snacks & dinner. It’s safe to say BMU students don’t go hungry.
Good food is enjoyed best when you are sure it’s clean. That’s why cleanliness and hygiene are our top priority and we have a whole squad that sees things through in that area. The Mess Committee, Administration Team Medical Resident Officer, our chefs, and cooks -- all ensure that the students get a healthy and hygienic diet.
The campus is equipped to house 2000 students at this moment in the state of art multistoried hostel designed by HOK Architects. Rooms include three, two and single seater rooms. The hostels have common areas in each floor with entertainment and recreational facilities.
|Hostel Type (Males)||Tower Hostel (Single, double & triple occupancy rooms on both sides of a corridor and common washrroms at each end; limited AC rooms) - 1|
|Tower 2 Hostel (Double & triple occupancy rooms on both sides of a corridor and common washrroms at each end; ACs can be fitted on demand) - 1|
|Apartment A & B Hostels (Flat with 6 single & 1 double occupancy room; common area with pantry, microwave, kettle and small refrigerator; common washroom) - 2|
|Hostel Type (Females)||Apartment C Hostel (Flats with 6 single & 1 double occupancy rooms; common area with pantry, microwave, kettle and small refrigerator; common washroom) - 1|
|Apartment D Hostel (Flats with either 4 double occupancy rooms or 3 triple occupancy rooms; all with common area with pantry, microwave, kettle and small refrigerator; common washroom) - 1|
|Capacity||Tower Hostel - 560; Tower 2 Hostel - 414; Apartment A, B & C Hostels - 272 each; Apartment D Hostel - 188 (Currently only offered - 64)|
|Hostel Fees||Tower- Rs 211000 (AC), Rs 201000 (Non AC) for UG | Apartment - Rs 222000 (AC), Rs 212000 (Non AC) for UG/PG|
|Mess Fees||Rs 69600 (Mess + Laundry)|
|Location (on-campus or off-campus)||On campus|
|Number of Rooms||Tower Hostel: Single AC - 17; Single Non-AC - 5; Double AC - 24; Double Non-AC -47; Triple AC - 64; Triple Non-AC - 68|
|Tower 2 Hostel: Double - 72; Triple - 90|
|Apartment A, B & C Hostels: Single - 204; Double - 34|
|Apartment D Hostel: (Actually available) Double - 40; Triple - 36; Offered in 2020-21: Double 32|
|Room Type (Occupancy basis)||As above|
|Hostel Facilities/ Amenities||RO water from plants; Except Tower Hostel, ACs can be installed in all rooms on demand; Recreation Room in all hostels except Apartment D Hostel; Water Coolers on all floors; Lifts; Pantry facilities in Apartment Hostels; 2 or 3 Domestic washing machines in each hostel; WiFi connectivity; Fire Alarm System; CCTV Cameras in all hostels; Snacks Vending Machine in all hostels; Security & Warden in each hostel; Housekeeping and Maintenance Facilities in all all hostels|