The college campus is approximately 100 meters away from the Belur Math, the headquarters of the internationally acclaimed spiritual organization set up by Swami Vivekananda with all its serenity and spiritual ambience and grandeur. Since it started its journey in the light of Sri Ramakrishna Deva’s philosophy, it holds a model of interfaith dialogue understanding the religions logically. Its motto is: “Service to the man is service to the God.” None can remain but moved living so close, observing as well as visiting the Math by its activities so systematic and at the same time so idealistic. We believe that our students should imbibe those qualities in their lives because they are would be teachers for the race, and who but Swami Vivekananda can be more befitting ideal for them who is called a “Condensed India?”
All hostel rooms have been provided with tube lights and fans.
Stand-by generator facility is available in case of power-cuts.
Boarders are supplied with bedsteads and tables.
Purified Drinking Water is available.
Solar water heating apparatuses are installed in the hostel. Hence hot water will be available throughout the year for the use of students.
A 'Boys Store', where boys can purchase items of daily use, operates within the hostel premises.
Prayer, which consists of brief silent meditation, simple hymns and devotional songs, is held in the hostels both in the morning and evening. Presence at prayer is compulsory. With a view to acquainting the students with the fundamentals of the Spiritual Heritage of India, regular classes are held in the prayer hall.
The boys organize various kinds of socio-religious functions and festivities and take part in the national festivals. Moreover, they participate in the periodical religious celebrations of the Belur Math.
The students are taught to be self-reliant, active and practical and are encouraged to develop a sense of social obligation and responsibility. They clean their rooms, look after the shrine, work in the garden and attend on their sick brothers. They are made to feel that the hostel is their home.