Applications for admission to the House should be made on the prescribed form, obtainable from the office of ISHW, on payment of Rs.100 in cash or by post on payment of Rs. 150, through demand draft drawn in favour of The Provost, ISHW, payable at Delhi and accompanied by a self-addressed envelope.
Candidates are required to apply to the House after securing admission in their respective Department / Faculty / College. No admission will be made after 31st December 2010.
Research students can apply only after formal registration through the Board of Research Studies. House admission will be strictly on the basis of the merit list provided by the respective departments or faculty and subsequent interview by the House Admission Committee consisting of the Provost, Warden and Resident Tutor
Applicants seeking admission will be short-listed. Such a short list will be duly notified on the Notice Board of the House and the applicants included in the list will be interviewed by the Admission Committee. The final list of applicants selected for admission will be displayed on the Notice Board and the applicants will be required to take admission within the stipulated time by paying the required charges. If any applicant fails to pay the fees within the stipulated time as notified, her admission will be treated as cancelled. As the admission is made for a period of one academic year, residents who wish to continue their stay in the House because they are continuing their course in the University need to make a fresh application at the beginning of each subsequent year.
M.Phil and Ph.D. Students shall be required to submit a certificate from the Head of the Department and Supervisor to the effect that the student is actively engaged in research and that her work is satisfactory.
Admission process to the House for the session 2010-11 will start from 1st July 2010.
Complaints, if any, against the applicants short-listed for interview for being considered for admission to the hostel should be given in writing to the Provost within three days after the display of the list. If necessary, these complaints would be reviewed by the admission committee. In view of the fact that names of applicant/s have to be compulsorily notified in the form of a short-list prepared for admission, the name/s of applicant/s, whose objection/s has/have been sustained by the Admission Committee, shall not be automatically included into the final list under preparation for admission. However, the seat/s under dispute will not be filled and the name/s of the student/s whose objection/s had been sustained will be considered for inclusion in the next admission short-list to be notified as per the schedule.
Full time bonafide students of the North Campus belonging to the following categories can apply for admission to the House:
Students belonging to the following categories cannot apply for admission to the House:
If employed anywhwere on a full-time, part-time, ad-hoc or temporary basis. If a resident gets any remunerative assignment in the middle of the session, she must immediately inform the House Administration in writing.
A student, while seeking admission and during the stay in the hostel must fulfill the criteria stated above. During the period of stay, if she fails to fulfill any of these conditions, she will have to vacate the hostel immediately.
A student shall be eligible to stay in the House for the statutory period of the course as
M.A., M.Com., M.Sc., M.B.A., MCA and L.LM.: 2 Years
*Duration of stay shall be counted from the date of admission to the course.
A resident will have to vacate the hostel within 15 days of completing her:
Maximum period of stay in ISHW including stay in any other hostel of Delhi University shall not exceed six years.
No male visitor will be allowed in the House on the day of Holi.
All the House Rules are applicable to guests/visitors.
Admission of a student may be cancelled for any of the following reasons: