Stephen Hall: Boys' | Mamma Margaret Hall: Girls'

Stephen Hall

Stephen Hall STEPHEN HALL is a boys' hostel for the students of St. Anthony's College, Shillong, an educational institution of the Catholic Church, belonging to and managed by Salesians of the Don Bosco Educational Society which is registered under the Societies Regulation Act of 1860 (No SR/SDB-117/73 of 1973 and No SR/SAC-227/91 of 1991). Though primarily meant for Catholic students, it is open to all students irrespective of religion or community.

Admission

A keen sense of discipline, a more-than-average capacity for sustained study and sincere readiness to live as brothers with members of other communities are necessary conditions to get seat in the hostel and retain it. Hostel facilities are not available for the morning shift students and for girls.

Application forms are available from the office of the warden in the Hostel. Filled-in application forms are to be submitted to the Warden by the Parent/Guardian after their son/ward has been admitted in St. Anthony's College. The application form must be accompanied by a copy of the marksheet obtained at the last examination, a conduct certificate and a medical certificate of fitness from Nazareth Hospital, Shillong.

Fees Structure

The following fees are to be paid at the time of admission, even if the admission is for less than a full academic year: admission fee, establishment fee (for 12 months), room rent (for 12 months) and caution deposit. This amount, except caution deposit, will not be refunded under any circumstance even if the student leaves the hostel or is asked to leave the hostel during the year for any reason whatsoever.

 Admission Fees Rs.150.00
  Annual Fees Games and Entertainment Rs.125.00
Library Rs.100.00
Lock and Key Rs.25.00
Contingency Rs.50.00
Establishment Fees Rs.190.00 per month
Room Rent Single Room Rs.310.00 per month
Double Room Rs.210.00 per month
Triple Room Rs.175.00 per month
Caution Deposit Rs.650.00
Mess Fee Rs.775.00 per month

Mess Fees are realised as per actual expenditure and must be paid by the 15th of every month. Delay in clearing the mess fee may bring about loss of the hostel seat.

Hostel Facilities

Stephen Hall accommodates about one hundred and seventy students in single and triple occupancy. The rooms are assigned by the Warden. The hostel offers its inmates the following facilities:

  • A serious ambient of study.
  • A variety of human and spiritual development programmes, such as:
  • Instruction in Bible, Catechetic and Good Manners.
  • Daily celebration of Eucharist and prayers.
  • Competitions and Cultural get-togethers.
  • Music, Entertainments and Films.
  • Newspapers, Periodicals and Magazines.
  • Games and Gymnastics.
  • Hikes, Picnics and Outings.
  • Telephone.

Study Hours

The following hours of the day are set aside for serious study: 6:00 am to 8:00 am, 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm, and 8:30 pm to 10:30 pm. These hours must be gone through in complete silence and in one's own room. An atmosphere of silence must prevail in the hostel from 8:30 in the evening to 8:00 in the morning.

All hostellers are expected to be present in their respective rooms during these hours, during which the roll call may be taken at any time at the discretion of the Warden.

Only with the written permission of the Warden may any hosteller stay out of the hostel beyond 5:30 pm.

Visiting Hours

The visiting hours are 8:00 am to 9:00 am and 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm. Visitors are to be entertained only in the parlour, and not in the rooms.

General Rules

  • Every hosteller is responsible for his own belongings and for the furniture, fixtures and furnishings in the room provided to him. He shall keep his room neat and tidy. The Warden is entitled to open any of the rooms for inspection at any time.
  • Use of electrical appliances (radio, tape-recorder, stove, etc.) are not permitted in the rooms. Setting up any additional fixtures in the rooms require the express permission of the Warden.
  • Hostellers, who skip classes in the College without the permission of the Warden and the Principal, are liable to be expelled from the hostel. Those who fail in University Examinations or successive semester examinations forfeit their hostel seat.
  • The use of tobacco (in any form), alcohol and drugs are strictly forbidden in the hostel premises. Anyone found indulging in them is liable to be summarily dismissed.
  • No meetings of any nature, except those called together by the Warden, may be held in the hostel premises by anyone or any organisation.
  • In addition to these general norms, the Rector or the Warden may issue additional rules or orders at any time for the better management of the hostel. Every hosteller shall be bound by them.

Please Note: Stephen Hall is known round the country for its dedicated service to college students by providing them with an atmosphere of serious study, character formation, religious instructions, and other programmes aimed at an integral formation of young persons in the spirit and philosophy of Don Bosco. Should anyone feel that the rules are too much of a burden, let him not apply for residence at Stephen Hall.

Mamma Margaret Hall

MAMMA MARGARET HALL, is a hostel for the students of St. Anthony’s College, Shillong, an educational institution of the Catholic Church , belonging to and managed by the Salesians of Don Bosco Educational Society which is registered under the Societies Registration Act of 1860 (No: SR/SAC-227/91 of 1991).

Admission

A keen sense of discipline, a more-than-average capacity for sustained study and sincere readiness to live as sisters with members of other communities are necessary conditions to get seat in the hostel and retain it.

Fee structure for Mamma Margaret
  Admission Fees Rs.500.00
Games and Entertainment Rs.150.00
Library Rs.100.00
Lock and Key Rs.50.00
Contingency Rs.150.00
Personality Development and Leadership Skills Rs.450.00
Computer Fee Rs.125.00
Establishment Fee (1 Year) Rs.3600.00
Caution Deposit Rs.1000.00
Mess Fee (Initial) Rs.1500.00
Room Rent
  Single Room (Rs.800/- per month) Rs.9600.00
Double Room (Rs.500/- per month) Rs.6000.00
Triple Room (Rs.300/- per month) Rs.3600.00
Total Fee(With caution deposit and one month mess fee)
  Single Room Rs.17,275.00
Double Room Rs.13,675.00
Triple Room Rs.11,275.00
NB: Mess Fee may be paid for more than one month

The following fees are to be paid at the time of admission, even if the admission is for less than a full academic year:

  • Admission Fee
  • Establishment Fee (For 12 months)
  • Room Rent (For 12 months)
  • Caution Deposit

• Mess Fee is realised as per actual expenditure and must be paid by the 15th of every month. Delay in clearing the mess fee may bring about loss of the hostel seat

Study Hours

The following hours of the day are set aside for serious study: 6.00pm – 7.45 pm., and 8.45 pm onwards. These study hours must be gone through in complete silence and in one’s own room. An atmosphere of silence must prevail in the hostel from 8.45pm to 8.00 am in the morning.

All hostellers are expected to be present in their respective rooms during these hours, during which the roll call may be taken at any time in the discretion of the warden. Only with the written permission of the Warden may any hosteller stay out of the hostel beyond 6.00 pm.

General Norms

  • Every hosteller is responsible for her won belongings and for the furniture’s, fixtures and furnishings in the room provided to her. She shall keep her room neat and tidy. The warden is entitled to open any of the rooms for inspection at any time.
  • Use of electrical appliances (radio, tape-recorder, stove etc.) is not permitted in the rooms. Setting up any additional fixtures in the room requires the explicit permission of the warden.
  • Hostellers, who skip classes in the college without the permission of the warden and the Principal, are liable to be expelled from the hostel. Those who fail in university examinations or successive semester examinations forfeit their hostel seat.
  • The use of tobacco (in any form), alcohol and drugs are strictly prohibited in the hostel premises. Anyone found indulging in them is liable to be summarily dismissed.
  • No meetings of any sort, except those called together by the warden, may be held in the hostel premises by anyone or any organization.
  • In addition to these general norms, the Rector or the Warden may issue additional rules at any time for the better management of the hostel. Every hosteller shall be bound by them.

Please Note:

Don Bosco hostels are known around the Country for their dedicated service to the College students by providing them with an atmosphere of serious study, character formation, religious orientation and other programmes aimed at an integral formation of young persons in the spirit and philosophy of Don Bosco. Should anyone feel the rules are too much of a burden, let her not apply for residence in Mamma Margaret Hall.