The MIT campus is spread over 600 acres of what once used to be a desolate plateau of hard, laterite rock in north Karnataka’s Udupi district. It is home to almost 30,000 students and staff and is Wi-Fi enabled from end to end – restaurants, libraries, hostel rooms, labs and classrooms.
There are a lot of facilities to supplement classroom teaching. These facilities encourage and aid students in innovative thinking and pursuing careers of their choice.
It is also a green campus that follows eco-friendly practices. Extensive use of rain-water harvesting structures, solid-waste and waste water management systems, and constant monitoring of pollution levels ensure that ‘Green Manipal’ is a way of life for one and all.
MIT hostel rooms are comfortably-furnished and make for a good home away from home.
Girls and boys have separate blocks and each block has a fixed capacity. There is a range of accommodation options to choose from, for students’ convenience.
For first-year students, for instance, the double or triple common dorm-type accommodation gives them the comfort of company as they settle into their college and course. It also gives them opportunity to make friends and get acquainted with the campus and its facilities. In this kind of accommodation, they have access to TV room and other leisure/sports activities within the hostel premises.
Students, senior and first-year, also have the option of staying in a double-attached room.