Cafe & Dining

The campus is dotted with cafés and shops for faculty members and students. They offer a variety of snacks and beverages for quick bites in-between meals.

The University campus houses students from all 28 states, and the cuisine available on the campus reflects that diversity. Catering to students' cultural and food preferences, the two large Dining Halls (DH 1 & 2) provide a full spectrum of a healthy and well-balanced diet. The dining areas adhere to the highest standards of hygiene consciousness and are well–furnished and fully equipped.

Available seven days a week, the dining halls offer an assortment of Indian and International food choices and are serviced by certified caterers with HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points). Besides the two main Dining Halls, there is a food court in the academic block, a café in the central library building, and kiosks at the hostel block selling various snacks. The student-elected mess committee and the University administration closely monitor the food quality on campus.