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Counselling

  • Our mission is to address the mental health needs of the IISERB community. While most of our work involves one-to-one or group counseling with students, we are also involved in consultation, outreach, training, and other activities to strengthen IISER Bhopal as an institution dedicated towards learningi, personal, and community development. Through counseling and other activities of the department, we strive to assist students in identifying, understanding, and solving problems. Each year more than 200 students seek assistance at Student Well being Centre (SWBC) for a wide variety of problems and concerns. Typical reasons for seeking counseling include depression, anxiety, substance abuse, eating disorders, family issues, adjustment difficulties, and relationship conflicts. Students are seen for short term counseling by the therapists in our staff. If the issues the student brings cannot be adequately addressed in our brief therapy model, we assist the student in finding an appropriate referral resource.

Confidentiality Statement

Some Common Concerns Of Students

  • Time management
  • Academic Pressure (Lack of Concentration and Motivation for Studies, Underachievement, Backlogs, Exam Stress, Unhealthy Competition)
  • Loneliness and Homesickness
  • Adjustment Difficulties
  • Peer Pressure
  • Relationship Issues
  • Family Problems
  • Procrastination
  • Cyber Bullying
  • Behavioural Problems (Anger Outbursts, Disobedience, Lying etc)
  • Low Confidence and Self Esteem
  • Suicidal Thoughts
  • Depression, Anxiety, and other Mental Health Problems)
  • Substance Abuse

Overcoming The 'Homesick Feeling'

  • Adjusting to a new environment and moving away from home could raise concerns like homesickness, living with roommates, peer pressure, social acceptance, dealing with parents or even shaping your career. These issues at times cause stress and anxiety, ranging from mild to an uncomfortable feeling, you may definitely need help to reach a manageable level to empower yourself, to have control in testing situations.

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Services

  • Individual Counseling
  • Group Counseling
  • Peer Self-help Groups
  • Groups Therapy
  • Relationship Counseling
  • Problem Solving Sessions and Life-skill Training
  • Outreach Service
  • Referral

FAQ

  • 1) WHAT IS COUNSELING?

    Counseling is not all about giving advice. It is quite different from the general opinion held by people. Going for a counseling session in no way indicates that you are helpless or incapable of solving your problems. By talking about your problems or concerns with a counsellor you will deepen your understanding of your problem and develop the means to deal with them.

    2) WHAT DO I SAY? WHAT WILL THE COUNSELLOR THINK OF ME?

    It doesn't really matter how you present your problem. You can say whatever you like. The counsellor will help you explore the matter and will keep referring to you to clarify his/her understanding.

    3) WHAT IF I STILL FEEL ASHAMED OF MY PROBLEMS? IF I HAVE HAD COUNSELING, DOES IT GO ON MY RECORD?

    Counsellors do accept that it is natural to want to appear successful and that most of us feel some shame when we have problems and so don't want to advertise our difficulties. This is one of the reasons we place a great emphasis on confidentiality. The centre makes appropriate referrals when professional assistance can no longer be fruitful. Protects the confidentiality and releases personal data only according to prescribed laws or institute polices. The information shared and records maintained are kept safe and confidential, unless such disclosure is necessary to protect you or another person.

    4) WHAT SORT OF PEOPLE GOES FOR COUNSELING?

    All sorts of people go for counseling and this does not mean that they are "mad" or "weak". On the contrary, people who do come for counseling are showing a willingness to deal with their problems rather than running away from them.

    5) IS SEEKING COUNSELLING ONLY FOR THE MENTALLY ILL OR A SIGN OF WEAKNESS?

    Counselling is a positive step towards dealing with negative emotions and feelings. It takes strength, courage to recognise one's limitation, and tap on resources to resolve an issue that might otherwise adversely affect one's quality of life. Counselling is a powerful source of help in the right direction. It is perfectly normal and acceptable to seek professional counselling, even for people without mental conditions.

    Student Counsellor is a mental health professional who is experienced in providing objective listening and perspectives on nearly any issue that may be of concern to you.

    It is important that face-to-face discussions take place between the Student Counsellor and the student as counselling is a collaborative effort that involves in-depth discussion of the issues, thoughts, and feelings as well as exploration of options. In instances where students prefer an anonymous setting, we may refer them to alternative community resources that are currently available.

    6) WHEN SHOULD I SEEK COUNSELLING?

    It is important to recognize when you are having difficulties and seek help as soon as possible. If you have a hard time performing your usual daily routine, adjusting to changes you have recently experienced or something has been bothering you for a while, it is probably good to see someone. Often, talking to a trained professional help us.

    7) DO I NEED TO HAVE A SERIOUS PSYCHOLOGICAL PROBLEM TO VISIT THE COUNSELLOR?

    No. Counselling can be carried out to help you solve any of your problems. Visiting a counsellor does not mean that you are in a state of mental illness. Counsellors are normally non-medical personnel who work by talking and encouraging you to find your own solutions. Counsellors can, however, recognize the symptoms of severe mental distress and may suggest you consider medical help if this is appropriate.

    8) ARE YOU WORRIED ABOUT ANOTHER STUDENT AND NOT SURE WHAT TO DO?

    It can be extremely stressful and anxiety provoking if you are worried about another student's welfare, particularly if their behaviour is putting themselves or others at risk. You can talk to the Student Wellbeing Team or another member of staff without giving specific information about a fellow student. You don't have to give their name if you don't feel comfortable.

Anti Ragging Policy

  • The following is a description of what constitutes ragging as per the Raghavan Committee recommendation to the Supreme Court: Ragging is as any act which violates the dignity of the individual student or is perceived to violate his/her dignity. Ragging is a cognizable, non-bailable, non compoundable offence with punishment ranging from one year imprisonment and fine upto 7 years rigorous imprisonment and fine.

    Broadly ragging can be categorized in the following way for which various term of punishment are prescribed

    • Verbal: Where senior causes mental harassment, discomfort for the junior by forcing him/her to answer unacceptable/ personal questions, dance, sing etc is said to rag the junior. It also includes within its ambit cyber ragging. Punishment: 1 year imprisonment or fine or both.
    • Severe Verbal Ragging: Where the mental harassment, discomfort is to such an act as forces the junior to withdraw from the college. Punishment: 7 year imprisonment with fine.
    • Physical: Any act by the senior towards the junior which in icts bodily injury on the junior, like beating the junior, hitting him/her with objects etc. Punishment: 7 year imprisonment with fine.
    • Sexual Ragging: Where the senior asks the junior to do an act which damages sexual dignity of the junior. Punishment: 7 year rigorous imprisonment and fine.

Penalty for Ragging (Institute Level)

  • For further information, please read attached document on AICTE regulations Antiragging Committee And SQUAD

  • Expulsion from the educational institution, if found guilty on inquiry by the Institution against a complaint lodged by any other student.
  • Any student convicted with imprisonment shall be dismissed from the educational institution in which he/she has been prosecuting his studies for the time being and shall not be readmitted to that educational institution.

Antiragging Committee and SQUAD

  • The institute AntiRagging Committee(as per April 02, 2014) consists of

  • Dean, Students’ Affairs (Chairperson)
  • Chairperson, Council of Wardens (Vice-Chairperson)
  • All the Wardens (Member(s)
  • President, SAC (Member)
  • Superintendent or AR, DOAA or DOSA (Member Secretary)
  • The committee will oversee the implementation of the provisions of the verdict and the Govt. of India guidelines in this regard from time to time.

Anti Ragging Undertaking by Students and Parents/Guardians

To Work Without Harassment is Your Fundamental Right

  • The Supreme Court Guidelines Define Sexual Harassment to Include

  • Physical contact and advances.
  • Demand or request for sexual favours.
  • Sexually coloured remarks.
  • Display of pornography.
  • Any other unwelcome physical, verbal or non-verbal conduct of a sexual nature

Sexual Harassment Takes Place if a Person

  • Subjects another person to an unwelcome act of physical intimacy, like grabbing, brushing, touching, pinching etc.
  • Makes an unwelcome demand or request (whether directly or by implication) for sexual favour from another person, and further makes it a condition for employment/payment of wages/increment/promotion etc.
  • Makes an unwelcome remark with sexual connotations, like sexually explicit compliments/cracking loud jokes with sexual connotations/ making sexist remarks etc.
  • Shows a person any sexually explicit visual material, in the form of pictures/cartoons/pinups/calendars/screen savers on computers/any offensive written material/pornographic emails, etc.
  • Engages in any other unwelcome conduct of a sexual nature, which could be verbal, or even non-verbal, like staring to make the other person uncomfortable, making offensive gestures, kissing sounds, etc.
  • Often such behaviour goes unpunished because of hesitation on the part of victim to report such behaviour out of a sense of shame or fear or both. It is important to protest against any behaviour that they feel is unwanted and unacceptable. The Complaint Cell at IISER Bhopal has been set up with the aim of providing a platform to complain about any unwelcome behaviour.

The Present Members of The Complaint Cell Are

  • Dr. Snigdha Thakur (Department of Physics, Convener)
  • Dr. Saptarshi Mukherjee (Dean, Academic Affairs, Member)
  • Dr. Deepak Chopra (Dean, Students' Affairs, Member)
  • Dr. Alakesh Bisai (Dean, Faculty Affairs, Member)
  • Dr. Madhumita Mukherjee (Scientific Officer, Member)

If You Are Being Harassed, This is What You Can Do

  • Don't feel a sense of shame. Tell the harasser very clearly that you find his/her behaviour offensive.
  • Don't ignore the harassment in the hope that it will stop on its own. Come forward and complain.
  • Talk to somebody you trust about the harassment. It will not only give you strength but also help others in similar situations to come forward and complain.
  • Keep a record of all incidents of sexual harassment in a notebook. If you feel the need to register a formal complaint later, this record will be helpful.

The Role of The Complaint Cell

  • To act as Inquiry Authority on a complaint of sexual harassment.
  • To ensure that victims and witnesses are not victimized or discriminated because of their complaint.
  • To take proactive measures towards sensitization of the staff, students, and faculty members of the Institute on gender issues.

Office Orders

Date Subject Order No
May 12, 2017 Constitution of committee for award of marks in extracurricular activities to the students as per list received from Academic office for Director's Gold Medal award 2017-regarding. 118
Mar 22, 2017 Constitution of Senate: SAC -2017 104
Mar 03, 2017 Night Duty chart of Caretaker 102
Feb 27, 2017 Constitution of the revised Students' Co-operative Mess Management(SCMM)Committee for Mess-3 100
Jan 13, 2017 Constitution of the revised students' co-operative mess management committee(SCMM) Committee for Mess-1. 93
Dec 26, 2016 Extension of term of appointment of In charge of sports activities in IISER Bhopal 91
Dec 26, 2016 Constitution of Council of Wardens,(CoW), IISER Bhopal. 90
Dec 26, 2016 Appointment of Dr. Antara Chatterjee, Assitant Professor, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, as Warden In-charge of Hostel-3. 89
Dec 20, 2016 Extension of term of appointment of Dr. Ram Kumar Mishra, Assistant Professor, Department of Biology, as Warden In-charge of Hostel-6. 88
Dec 20, 2016 Extension of term of appointment of Dr. Amit Paul, Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, as Warden In-charge of Hostel-5. 87
Dec 20, 2016 Extension of term of appointment of Dr. Vinita Gowda, Assistant Professor, Department of Biology, as Warden In-charge of Hostel-2. 86
Dec 20, 2016 Extension of term of appointment of Dr. Sandeep Kumar Pathak, Deputy Librarian, Central Library, as Warden In-charge of Hostel-1. 85
Dec 15, 2016 Appointment of Dr. Sankar Chakma, Assistant Professor, Departmen of Chemical Engineering, as Sports Faculty Advisor. 82
Dec 15, 2016 Appointment of Dr. Pritam Nasipuri, Assistant Professor, Department of Earth and Environment Sciences, as Chairman Council of Wardens (COW) and Warden In-charge of Hostel-7 81
Nov 30, 2016 Hostel acommodation to Visiting Student Researchers (VSR). 76
Aug 30, 2016 Hostel Accommodation to Post-Doctoral Fellow (PDF) and Project Junior Research Fellow (JRF). 56
Aug 29, 2016 Constitute of New Student Cooperative Mess Management Committee(SCMM) for Mess-4. 61
Aug 29, 2016 Constitute of New Student Cooperative Mess Management Committee(SCMM) for Mess-3. 60
Aug 29, 2016 Constitute of New Student Cooperative Mess Management Committee(SCMM) for Mess-2. 59
Aug 29, 2016 Constitute of New Student Cooperative Mess Management Committee(SCMM) for Mess-1. 58
Aug 05, 2016 Appointment of Dr. Vinita Gowda, Assistant Professor, Department of Biology, as Warden In-charge of Hostel-2 50
July 30, 2016 Vacation of Hostel in case not availing Mess Facility 47
July 25, 2016 Continuation of Term of appointment of Dr. Ram Kumar Mishra, Assistant Professor, Department of Biology, as Warden In-charge from Minal Hostel to Hostel-6 at Bhauri campus. 42
July 05, 2016 Appointment of In charge of sports activities in IISER Bhopal 30
Mar 02, 2016 Constitute of New Student Cooperative Mess Committee for Dinning Hall-1 at IISER Bhopal 10
Feb 22, 2016 Extension of term of appointment of Student Cooperative Mess Committee for Mess-1 at IISER Bhopal 09
Feb 16, 2016 Corrigendum for designation change of Dr. Lavanya Bhagavatula, Warden In-Charge Hostel-2. 07
Feb 02, 2016 Revised Policy for providing accommodation to Visiting Faculty (VF), Post-doctoral Fellows (PDF) and Visiting Student Researchers (VSR) at the Student Hostels 03
Jan 05, 2016 Appointment of Chairperson, Council of Warden 02
Jan 05, 2016 Appointment of Warden In-charge, Girls’ Hostel-3 01
Dec 29, 2015 Appointment of In charge of sports activities in IISER Bhopal 552
Dec 29, 2015 Appointment of Sports Faculty Advisor for Sports Activities at IISER Bhopal 551
Dec 23, 2015 Constitution of Council of Wardens, (COW), IISER Bhopal. 549
Dec 23, 2015 Appointment of Wardens 548
Sep 21, 2015 Reconstitution of Council of Wardens (COW), IISER Bhopal 400
Sep 14, 2015 Discontinuation of the post of Mess Faculty Advisor (MFA) 391
Sep 08, 2015 Policy for providing accommodation to Visiting Faculty, Postdoctoral Fellows, and Visiting Student Researchers at the student hostels 376
Sep 08, 2015 Administrative Hierarchy in the Office of Dean, Students' Affairs 371
Sep 01, 2015 Duties assigned to Hostel Caretakers 367
Aug 19, 2015 Constitution of the New Students Cooperative Mess Management Committee(SCMM) Committee for Mess-4 343
Aug 19, 2015 Constitution of the New Students Cooperative Mess Management Committee(SCMM) Committee for Mess-2 342
Jul 28, 2015 Constitution of Council of Wardens (COW), IISER Bhopal. 304
Jul 28, 2015 List of assigned Hostels to Hostels Caretaker for Bhauri and ITI Campus. 303
Jun 30, 2015 Extension of term of appointment of Dr. Siddhartha Sarkar, as Sports Faculty at IISER Bhopal. 099
Jun 19, 2015 Constitution of the New Students Cooperative Mess Management Committee (SCMM) Committee for ITI Mess. 275
Jun 16, 2015 Appointment of Mess Faculty Advisor (MFA) for Mess-1 at Bhauri campus. 273
Jun 08, 2015 Appointment of Warden In-charge, Boys' Hostel 271
Jun 02, 2015 Appointment of Sports Coordinator cum In charge of sports activities in IISER Bhopal. 268
Apr 20, 2015 Constitution of New Student Cooperative Mess Management (SCMM) Committee for Mess-1, I.I.S.E.R Bhopal 263
Mar 11, 2015 Constitution of the Core Committee for Singularity-2015 241
Feb 05, 2015 Extension of term of appointment of Dr. Prahlad Vaidyanathan , as Warden, Boy's Hostel 233
Jan 24, 2015 Extension of term of appointment of Dr. Arundhuti Ghatak, as Warden, Girl's Hostel 229
Jan 24, 2015 Extension of term of appointment of Dr. Ishu Saraogi, as Warden, Girl's Hostel 230
Dec 26, 2014 Appointment of Warden for Hostel-3 at Bhauri campus 217
Dec 26, 2014 Appointment of Mess Faculty Advisor to the SCMM committee, Mess-1, at Bhauri campus 216
Nov 03, 2014 Appointment of In-charge, Sports, IISER Bhopal 183
Oct 01, 2014 Office Order for Minal warden 160
Sep 05, 2014 Office Order of MFA for Mess-1 142
Sep 05, 2014 Office Order of MFA for Mess-2 143
June 30, 2014 Appointment of Chairman,Council of Wardens,IISER Bhopal 100
June 30, 2014 Appointment of Sports Faculty Advisor, IISER Bhopal 099
April 02, 2014 Reconstitution of the Anti Ragging Committee-Reg 117
Jan 31, 2014 Appointment of Mess faculty Advisor to SCMM Committee ITI Mess 052
Jan 15, 2014 Appointment of New Warden for Girls Hostel Bhauri 047
Nov 26, 2013 Extension of term of Warden Boys Hostel 042
Nov 26, 2013 Appointment of Warden Girls Hostel 041
Nov 22, 2013 Appointment of Warden for Girls Hostel 038
Nov 22, 2013 Appointment of Warden for Boys Hostel 037
Nov 18, 2013 Extension of Appointment of COSA 36
Oct 28, 2013 Appointment of Sports Coordinator 021
Aug 23, 2013 Extension of Mess Faculty Advisor 020
May 28, 2013 Appointment of Sports Faculty Advisor 135
Jan 24, 2013 Appointment of Mess faculty Advisor to the SCMM Committee for Bhauri Mess 19
Jan 22, 2013 SCMM Committee for ITI Mess 16
Jan 06, 2013 Formation of Institute level committee on ensuring safety of women. 02
Dec 01, 2011 Appointment of Warden Boys Hostel 06
Nov 30, 2011 Appointment of Warden Girls Hostel 05
Nov 30, 2011 Appointment of Wardens Boys Hostel 03
July 27, 2011 Appointment of Warden for Girls Hostel 02
June 10, 2010 Creation of Students development account (SDA) dated 54
June 23, 2010 Appointment of wardens for girl’s hostel 66
June 23, 2010 Appointment of wardens for girl’s hostel 67
June 30, 2010 Appointment of wardens for boy’s hostel 78
June 30, 2010 Appointment of wardens for boy’s hostel 79
June 30, 2010 Appointment of wardens for boy’s hostel 80
June 30, 2010 Appointment of wardens for boy’s hostel 81
July 31, 2010 Anti ragging committee 117
Dec 22, 2010 Appointment of Coordinator student’s affairs 10

Chairman, Council of Wardens

Wardens, Boys' Hostel

Wardens, Girls' Hostel

Hostel Overview

  • IISER Bhopal is a residential institute and requires that all the students registered for a degree programme in the institute reside on campus. The students are also provided a mess and other necessary facilities. At present, the Institute has 6 hostels; Girls Hostel: Hostel-2 & Hostel-3, Boys Hostel: Hostel-1, Hostel-5 & Hostel-7, Mess Facility: Dining Hall-1, Dining Hall-2, Dining Hall-3 & Dining Hall-4.

Hostel Rules

  • The following rules need to be followed in all IISER Bhopal hostels in addition to the Rules of Conduct listed in the UG Manual. Necessary action will be initiated against those who are found in violation of any of these rules.

  • Students are expected to display an acceptable form of behavior, maintain discipline, and decorum in the hostels.
  • Boys are not allowed in Girls Hostels at any time. Likewise, girls are not allowed in the Boys Hostels at any time.
  • Students are required to carry their Institute ID cards at all times in the compound of the hostels and produce it on demand by the hostel authorities.
  • Ragging, hazing, bullying, sexual harassment, and sexual abuse of any kind is a very serious offense. Students are warned that involvement in such callous behaviour might lead to total rustication.
  • Smoking/use of tobacco products in the hostels is strictly prohibited.
  • Students are allowed to practice their own religious beliefs only within their allotted hostel rooms, without causing any inconvenience to other hostel residents. The organization or the practice of unauthorized religious activities in any other place within the hostel premises is strictly prohibited.
  • Possession, distribution, and the consumption of alcoholic beverages and illicit drugs in the hostels is strictly prohibited. Also, entering the hostel premises or boarding Institute transportation in an intoxicated state is prohibited.
  • Students are not allowed to use motor vehicles (motorbike, scooter, car etc.) inside the Institute campus.
  • Vandalism (or the wilful destruction or defacement of Institute property) is a very serious offence. This includes acts such as pasting of posters, writings, wall chalking, slogans of any kind etc. Strong action will be taken against hostel residents found guilty of committing such an offence. Any damage to the hostel property must be reported immediately to the warden/caretaker. Hostel residents will be charged for all damages except damages caused due to normal wear and tear.
  • Playing outdoor games like cricket, soccer etc. inside the hostels is strictly prohibited. However, indoor games like TT, carom, and badminton can be played, but only in the designated areas.
  • The hostel authorities reserve the right to make spot checks on the hostel and rooms without having to give prior notice to the students. Students are expected to cooperate with the authorities in this regard. Students must sign FIRs when approached by care takers/guards for violating hostel rules. Though students have the choice of disagreeing with the charges, they do not have a choice with regard to signing the FIR.
  • Routine medical tests and psychographic profiling of students will be done by the medical staff and the counsellor. These tests are mandatory and all students must get these done within the stipulated time.
  • The hostel authorities reserve the right to move hostel residents to other hostel units if necessary. Students are not allowed to change hostel rooms without prior approval of the warden in charge.
  • Each student in the hostel also assumes the responsibility of the proper upkeep of his/her room and the hostel premises. Students should record any complaints/issues regarding hostel maintenance (without any delay) in the hostel complaint register. It is the duty of the hostel management to address these issues as soon as possible. If maintenance issues remain unaddressed even after repeated complaints, students should report it to the warden in-charge or the DOSA. In order to facilitate timely maintenance work, service personnel might have to enter rooms whenever necessary under the directive of the warden in charge/caretaker. However, every effort will be made to respect the privacy and dignity of the students.
  • Before leaving their rooms, hostel residents are advised to lock all doors for security reasons. Students should take care of their own belongings and the hostel management will not be responsible for any loss/damage of the personal property of students.
  • If students find their roommate/neighbours missing for more than 24 hours for no verifiable reason, it is the both mandatory and the moral responsibility of the student to report it to the warden in charge immediately. This is to enable the hostel authorities to take immediate action if any untoward incident had taken place.
  • In the event of an accident or other such emergency situations, the warden must be informed immediately. Action can be taken against students for withholding such important information from the authorities.
  • Due consideration must be accorded to other hostel residents as well as residents of the surrounding areas at all times. Noise level must be kept low to allow others the opportunity to study or sleep in comfort. Playing any kind of loud music or making disturbing noises between 11 PM and 7 AM is strictly prohibited.
  • All fans, lights and electrical appliances must be switched off when not in use. Students should also conserve water by closing any dripping or open taps/showers when not in use.
  • Cooking equipment of any kind including electrical appliances such as air coolers, microwaves, induction cooktops, toasters, coffee/tea makers, rice cookers etc. are prohibited. Also, heat generating appliances like irons, immersion rods etc. are strictly prohibited, as these are serious fire hazards. In general, students are expected to exercise caution while using materials such as candles, incense sticks, dhoop, diya, etc., which are potential fire hazards. Students will be held responsible for any damage caused to the hostel due to the irresponsible usage of such materials.
  • The use of materials held by copyright such as software, movies, music, books, journals etc. is a very serious offence and is punishable under law. All students are strongly advised against any form of copyright infringement inside campus.
  • The Hostel Management/Institute is not responsible for the arrangement of any form of transportation for students, (particularly to/from the airport/railway station), unless it is an emergency situation. Students requiring transportation should make arrangements independently.
  • The common area above Mess 2 is accessible to all students from 9AM to 7PM. The Gym above Mess 2 is a girls gym and is out of bounds for the boys. The boys’ gym is housed in Hostel-1.

Penalty For Ragging (Institute Level)

  • Expulsion from the educational institution, if found guilty on inquiry by the Institution against a complaint lodged by any other student.
  • Any student convicted with imprisonment shall be dismissed from the educational institution in which he/she has been prosecuting his studies for the time being, and shall not be readmitted to that educational institution.

Counsellor

  • Ms. Nidhi Sahu
    Counsellor
    nidhi[AT]iiserb.ac.in
    Phone: +91 755 269 2395
    +91 755 669 2395
    Mobile : +91 786 966 8255

    Days:- Mon, Fri & Fourth Sat
    Timing:- 9:00 AM to 5:30 PM
    & 9:45 AM to 2:00 PM on Fourth Sat

  • fehmeena[AT]iiserb.ac.in
    Phone: +91 755 269 2395
    +91 755 669 2395
    Mobile : +91 977 084 6796

    Days:- Tue, Thr & First Sat
    Timing:- 9:00 AM to 5:30 PM
    & 9:45 AM to 2:00 PM on First Sat

Faculty Advisor

In-charge

Sports Coaches

Boys' Hostel

Girls' Hostel