TNEA Councelling Code : 2377

Campus Life


PSG iTech Hostel

The Hostel is managed by the Hostel Residents Council consisting of a Patron, Chief Warden, Wardens, Manager, Deputy Wardens, Resident Tutors, and Student Representatives. Hostels in PSG iTech are convenient and comfortable home away from home with spacious rooms and ample storage. Healthy and tasteful food options are provided in the hostel mess for all the residents at nominal rates. Hostel environment helps the students not only to study but also to socialize with their peers.

A hostel is a place that helps students develop interpersonal skills among their peers, involved in team events/ projects, and support each other in exams and placement preparation. It also plays an indispensable role in helping students mold their life skills such as adaptability, flexibility, caring, and sharing. PSGiTech hostel students ensure that they gain such qualities and also disseminate the same to their juniors by helping them in exam preparation, placement preparation, and project demonstration.

Rules and Regulations

  • Outside food order is restricted to some extent.

  • Students are requested to keep their valuable belongings safe in closed cup-board

  • Use of Electrical appliances is not allowed.

  • Students are requested to use audio/video in mobile with out disturbing room mates.

  • Students are requested to maintain sleep time 11.00 p.m. - 5.00 a.m. (at least 6 hours) to avoid health issues.

  • All residents are requested to enter the hostel before 6.30 pm on all days.

  • Any resident who falls sick and needs hospitalization is advised to bring it to the kind notice of supervisors , Resident Tutor immediately for further assistance.

Major Facilities

  • Separate residences for Girls and Boys with amenities conducive to pleasant living

  • Well-ventilated and hygienic ambience in 4-storey buildings

  • Spacious rooms with cupboard facility. Each room can accommodate four members. Around 157 rooms and 107 rooms are in boys and girls hostel respectively.

  • Spacious study hall

  • Both hostels have separate dining messes, where breakfast, lunch, and dinner are served to students hygienically. Non-vegetarian meals are provided for two days a week. To support hygienic cooking- steam cooking and a chapatti machine (2000/hr) are used.

  • Pure drinking water from the RO plant is supplied.

  • Hot water supply using Solar water heater.

  • UPS with 15KVA to manage during power cut.

  • Gyms for both Boys and Girls with the latest fitness equipment within the hostel. One can avail of this facility either in the morning or in the evening at his / her convenience.

  • The students are encouraged to use the playground, and all indoor gaming facilities.

  • Other facilities include a Recreation hall, TV Hall, Wifi hall, and elevator

  • Laundry services are available, and washing machines are also available

  • Hostel celebrations include the Semester feast, Hostel day (Samartha: ), and New Year.

  • Fitness

  • Zumba
  • Zumba classes typically involve a series of choreographed dance routines led by a certified instructor. Residents follow along with the instructor's movements, which are designed to provide a full-body workout while also being enjoyable and easy to follow.

  • Yoga
  • Yoga is highly beneficial for hostellers, providing a range of physical, mental, and emotional benefits that can help support well-being during the demanding and sometimes stressful experience of living in a hostel. yoga into hostel life, hostellers cultivated physical and mental well-being, build community, and enhance their overall hostel experience.


    Sem feast

    A "semester feast" could refer to a celebratory event held at the end of a semester. These events are organized by student groups, faculty, and by the institution. These events can help foster a sense of community and camaraderie among students and staff.

    Hostel Day (Samartha)

    Hostel Day events can vary widely depending on the institution and the preferences of the residents, but they often include activities such as games, competitions, talent shows, cultural performances, and themed parties. It's a time for residents to come together, socialize, and enjoy each other's company outside of their academic responsibilities. Hostel Day can also serve as a way for residents to showcase their talents, creativity, and cultural heritage.


    The purpose of a farewell is to convey good wishes, reminisce about shared experiences, and celebrate the contributions and impact of the seniors who are leaving. Juniors organise it every year.

    Faculty In-charges

    Dr. N. Saravanakumar

    Chief Warden

    Dr. J. Nagarjun

    Warden (Boys Hostel)

    Mr. K. Paldurai

    Deputy Warden (Boys Hostel)

    Mr. P.Balakumar

    Deputy Warden (Boys Hostel)

    Dr. G. Santhanamari

    Warden (Girls Hostel)

    Ms. K. Bavithra

    Deputy Warden (Girls Hostel)

    Ms. M. Sowmiya

    Resident Tutor (Girls Hostel)

    Ms. A. Jeyashree

    Resident Tutor (Girls Hostel)