NLUJAA INFRASTUCTURE

NLUJAA CAMPUS TOUR

NLUJAA HOSTEL

NLUJAA is a residential institution and 120 (One hundred and twenty) students of B.A., LL.B. (Hons.) reside in the Three Residential Halls arranged separately for the boys and the girls. In order to facilitate the overall growth of its students, the University has developed a congenial and homely atmosphere in its residential campus. The students belonging to different cultural backgrounds amalgamate to bring forth a sense of unity even while retaining their diversity thereby presenting a true picture of the saying, “Unity in Diversity”. This also facilitates the propagation of innovative scholastic ideas.

The girls reside in two floors of the campus building and the boys live in two separate buildings near the campus. The students are provided with clean and furnished rooms with a bed, a table, a chair, a table and a cupboard each. The hostels have a Common-Room each, equipped with LCD television having Dish connectivity, indoor games facilities. There is also a 24 hour hot and cold water facility in each of the hostels. There is a well-furnished Dining-Hall for the residents of the Hostels, and the Mess Committee of the Law University reviews the quality of food on a regular basis. The entire campus and all the hostels have Wi-Fi connectivity. The Law University pays special attention to hygiene and sanitation and the Housekeeping Staff provides regular morning and afternoon services. To ensure uninterrupted power supply, the hostels have their own generators. The Law University believes in the maxim that a healthy mind resides in a healthy body and that is why it has recently set up two state-of–the-art gymnasiums, one for the boys and one for the girls. The University has provided male and female security to guard the hostels.

To maintain the sanctity of the academic atmosphere of the hostels ragging, smoking, consumption of alcohol and any kind of vandalism are strictly prohibited within the hostel premises. The Law University ensures that the students adhere to its disciplinary requirements and code of conduct. The students must also identify a local guardian who can be contacted in case of any emergency. The residents are not permitted to leave the campus without permission and they are not allowed to stay outside their Halls of Residence after the specified hours. To ensure the sound health of the students, the hostels have proper arrangements of primary first-aid, and in case of any medical emergency, the University has arranged the assistance of the doctors of a nearby Nursing Home. Two Part-time Medical Practitioners have already been appointed for the residents. Both the doctors visit the campus twice a month for a general health check up of the students. A lady doctor (Gynaecologist) has also been engaged. The Wardens stay in the campus and the students are free to approach any of the Wardens regarding any problem, inconvenience, ill health etc.