ICT Mumbai




HOSTELS AND COUNSELLING SERVICES




Preamble

ICT has five hostel blocks on the campus including 3 boys and 2 girls hostels. The total number of hostel accommodation seats available for the students at the ICT is nearly 855 (for all courses and years) including 210 lady students.

Hostel No. 1, is the first hostel built in 1951, as University and Birla Hostel, with provision of accommodation for all students of the University of Mumbai. In 1966, Hostel No. 2 was built for accommodating UG and research students with capacity of accommodating 120 students. In 1987, Hostel No. 3 was built to accommodate the students of both ICT (then UDCT) and JJ School of Architecture, which was exclusively meant for ICT students since mid-1990s. In 1993, a 66-seater girl's hostel was built. Hostel No. 5, a 7-storey building with the capacity to accommodate 352 students was built during early 2000s and occupied in 2005. The hostel has a good gymnasium and play grounds with sports facilities for in-door and out-door sports activities.


Allocation of Hostels
  • Hostel No. 1, 4 and 5 are allotted to boys. Hostel No. 2 and 3 are only for girls. All the hostels are unaided and maintained by the Institute. Hostel No. 1 is allotted to 1st year undergraduate and Master's degree students and no senior undergraduate will be allotted to the hostel. Hostel No. 3 has 1st year undergraduate, Master's and Doctoral girls students.

  • Total number of seats available for fresh admissions is about 200 per year, which includes all Undergraduates, Master’s and Doctoral students out of which seats available for the first year UG admissions (B.Chem.Engg., B.Pharm. and B.Tech.) are limited to only 30 girls and 90 boys maximum. Those for first year Master's degree (M.Chem.Engg., M>E>, M.Tech., M.Sc., M.Pharm.) are limited to 19 girls and 50 boys depending on availability. Hostel admission to new doctoral students are subject to availability created due to vacating the hostel by earlier Ph.D. students with respect to the departmental allocation.

  • Accommodation in hostels cannot be guaranteed to all the students taken admission to ICT for various courses. Students are therefore advised to verify the availability of hostel accommodation personally by contacting the hostel office (Phone: 91-22-33611452), Fax: 91-22-33611495, Time: 10:30 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. E-mail: hostel@staff.ictmumbai.edu.in)

  • Only bonafide students of ICT are entitled for hostel admission.

  • Admission will be offered strictly on merit basis. Preference will always be given to out-station students who come from places beyond the limits of Mumbai and suburbs (i.e, beyond Virar, Titwala, Ambarnath and Panvel). As a proof of stay beyond the limits of Mumbai and suburbs, they are required to submit certified copies of ration card and school-leaving certificate. Any false representation in this regard will be strictly dealt with.

  • Prescribed application form for accommodation to hostels is available in the Hostel Office situated at Ground Floor of Hostel No. 5. The Master's and Doctoral students are required to submit their applications through the Heads of the concerned Departments and their supervisor. The duly completed application form along with photocopies of the receipt of fees paid for admission at ICT, residence proof, a medical certificate from your family doctor (with clearly mention about cronic health problem or allergy if any) and 2 passport size recent photographs should be submitted at the Hostel Office.

  • The Hostel Office will advise aspirant students if a seat can be allotted to him/her. Once a seat is offered, the payment of charges should be made by separate Demand Draft/Pay order at the Hostel Office situated at Ground Floor of Hostel No. 5, as given below and a receipt for the same should be procured.

  • Accommodation Fees (as per 4.2.3.1 below) by a Demand Draft/Pay order drawn in favour of 'Institute of Chemical Technology, Mumbai', payable at Mumbai.

  • Common Charges (as per section 4.2.3.2 below) by a Demand Draft/Pay order drawn in favour of 'Warden, ICT Hostels' payable at Mumbai.

  • The admission to the Hostel will be done by the Head Warden and Hostel Office in concerned with respective hostel wardens. All the rights for hostel admissions are reserved with Head Warden, ICT.

  • The Warden of the respective hostel has all the rights to change/transfer a student from one room to other within the hostel for convenience of the administration. Also, every year the student may be shifted from the accommodation provided in earlier year.

  • In case of the year drop, the candidate will have no claim for hostel accommodation and will have to vacate the hostel. Readmission for such student on clearing the year-drop will not be guaranteed.


Hostel Fees

Accommodation Fees

(including Electricity and Development Charges) for the Year 2015-16 for the academic year


Hostel

Category

Type of Accommodation

No. of Seats

Fees, Rs.

Hostel No. 1

Boys

Double Seated

110

17,105/-

   

Triple Seated

153

16,555/-

Hostel No. 2

Girls

Double Seated

74

17,105/-

   

Triple Seated

72

16,555/-

Hostel No. 3

Girls

Double Seated

92

20,405/-

   

Triple Seated

15

19,855/-

Hostel No. 4

Boys

Double Seated

66

17,105/-

Hostel No. 5

Boys

Double Seated

332

22,605/-

   

Tripple Seated

33

22,055/-

Single seated room for Ph.D. students will be provided subject to availability and the fees will be based on UGC HRA norms

Accommodation fees should be paid by a Demand Draft/Pay order in the name of “Institute of Chemical Technology,Mumbai" payable at Mumbai. No Cash payments will be accepted. Institute may provide the facility of online payment.


Common charges to all Hostels – Rs. 5000/- per year to be paid in the beginning of every year by all students
  • Students Sports & Cultural Activity Fees Rs. 3000/- per year
  • Other Fees / Charges (Mess Depreciation, Insurance, etc. ) Rs. 2000/- per year

Hostel Messes

It is mandatory for all hostel students to join the Hostel Mess allotted to them. Each mess is run by the students on co-operative “no-loss - no-profit” basis under the Control of the concerned Warden. Hostel students have been managing their messes since 1951, with an excellent tradition and managerial skills. Typical mess charges including breakfast and two meals a day are in the tune of Rs. 1800/- per month. Mess Deposit Advances / Monthly Expenses will be extra as per the norms of the respective messes. Mess deposit of Rs. 5,000/- is required to be paid at the time of joining of Mess, which will refunded at the end of the stay. All the mess members are required to pay Rs. 20,000/- towards advance mess charges from which the monthly mess bill will be deducted every month.


Hostel Management
Hostel No. Warden
1
Dr. P.D. Vaidya 
(Department of Chemical Engineering)
Email:pd.vaidya@ictmumbai.edu.in
Telephone: 3361 2607
2
Mrs. Madhavi Wadkar
Sr. Librarian ( Department of Library )
Email: mm.wadkar@ictmumbai.edu.in , library@ictmumbai.edu.in
Telephone: 91-22-3361 1126
3
Dr. Jyoti Sagar Gokhale
UGC Assistant Professor, Chemical Engineering
Email:js.gokhale@ictmumbai.edu.in
4
Dr. Amit Pratap
Assistant Professor,( Department of Oils, Oleochemicals and Surfactants Technology )
Email: ap.pratap@ictmumbai.edu.in
Telephone: 3361 2557
5
Dr. S.T. Mhaske
(Department of Polymer and Surface Engineering)
Email: st.mhaske@ictmumbai.edu.in
Telephone: 3361 2412
Hostel Office

For details please contact

Mr.V.N.Patil - Hostel Supervisor

Mrs. Surekha Kamble - Clerk

Mr. Sanjay Bansode - Accountant

General
  • Guest Rooms are available at Hostel No. 5 only for parents who wish to meet their Wards studying at ICT on payment basis. Students are not allowed to accommodate any guest including parents, brother & sisters, friends in their rooms

  • Hostels are equipped with Mess,T.V. Room, Reading Room, Playground, Health Centre, Gymkhana, Library and Study Room Facilities.

  • Senior MBBS doctors are available in the health centre of the hostel on all working days at designated times at free of cost for all the students residing in ICT hostels.

  • Senior dieteition is available in the health centre of the hostel once week at designated time at free of cost for all student residing in ICT hostels.

  • All students are covered under Accident Policy of the Institute.

  • Each hostel block is supervised by a Warden, who is a faculty member of the Institute.

  • It is mandatory that all the new entrants to the hostels get their hostel admission forms signed by the Student’s Counselor - (Ms) Malini Shah, whose office is located on the first floor, Main Building) (Tel No. 91-22-3361 1351;) immediately after joining the hostel.


Discipline and Decorum
  • Smoking and consumption of alcohol is strictly prohibited in hostels and public places in the entire campus of ICT. A strict Disciplinary action will be taken against the student involved in misdemeanours and illegal activities.

  • All the girl students will have to be in their respective hostels by 10.00 pm and boys by 11.00 pm. An affidavit to this effect has to be given by students and their parents at the time of admission.

  • All senior students must create a conducive and healthy atmosphere in the rich tradition of the ICT and the hostels. Several hostel residents have attained very high positions in their profession, as industrialists, educators and policy makers and brought laurels to the institute; including Padma awards of President of India. Three Directors of the ICT- Former Directors, Professor M.M. Sharma and Prof J.B. Joshi, and the Present Vice Chancellor Professor G. D. Yadav have been hostel residents on this campus. Prof. Yadav has also served as the Warden, and Head Warden, earlier Prof. V. K. Rathod, Dr. Shashank Mhaske, Dr. P.D. Vaidya and Dr. Shalini Arya who are hostel wardens currently were themselves ICT Hostel residents during their student days. Several other faculty members have also been hostel residents. Faculty and staff quarters are also situated near the hostels bringing a sense of community feeling. Faculty members participate in the programmes arranged by the hostelites and make themselves available for counselling, whether they are wardens or not. Hostel Day is a special annual day in the lives of hostelites to show their skills and talents in sports, cultural programmes and the like.

  • Another grand tradition of the hostels is that the past students, from all over the world, try to assist the hostel activities by providing monetary help, either personal donations or company sponsorships.

  • Action against ragging: Maharashtra Prohibition of Ragging Act 1999 is in effect from 15th May 1999. (See details later from UGC in this regard]. Any case of ragging should be reported by the victim in writing within three days of the incident to the respective warden with copies marked to: Head Warden, Prof.. V. K. Rathod (vk.rathod@ictmumbai.edu.in), Dean- of Student Affairs and Human Resource Development, Prof. A. B. Pandit (ab.pandit@ictmumbai.edu.in), and Registrar, Professor S. S. Lele (registrar@ictmumbai.edu.in).


Counselling Services

Counseling services are available for the benefit of all the students of the Institute - right from First year to those doing their Doctorate. The Counselor – Ms. Malini Shah, with her in-depth knowledge of Philosophy and Psychology, has been actively participating in this important activity.

The counsellor deals with all types of personal and academical related problems and students are free to meet her from Tuesday to Friday anytime between 11.30 a.m. and 4.30 p.m.

It is mandatory for all the first year students (UG and PG) including hostelites to meet the Counselor  (in her office on 1st floor, Godrej Students Centre) (Intercom No. 1351), in groups of ten for an interactive session. Interactive Sessions are held from time to time to make the students aware of their plus points and weak points. Later on, a one – to – one session is held in order to help them develop confidence and overcome difficulties which may be too personal. All the students are free to meet Ms. Malini Shah any time they feel by prior appointment.