Campus ka Mahayuddh: Ye Tera Ghar, Ye Mera Ghar awards goes to Miranda House
Yashasvi Maleyvar, Hindustan Times
New Delhi, June 12, 2014
First Published: 19:15 IST(12/6/2014)
Last Updated: 19:33 IST(12/6/2014)
A huge pile of laundry, food wrappers lying around, messy beds, smelly bathrooms and strict wardens — hostels are perhaps the only place that have all of these. But colleges in Delhi have proved that these hostel horrors aren’t a reality any longer.
With good food at the mess, clean environs, chilled out wardens and cool social gatherings, hostels nowadays are a home away from home.
We called Richa Dave from Lady Shri Ram College for Women (LSR) and Nikita Kumar from Miranda House to be a part of HT City-Fever 104 FM’s Campus ka Mahayuddh.
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The debate, moderated by RJ Abhilash, started with Richa who said, "Permission for night outs are granted easily by our wardens and we often have DJ nights and parties in our hostel. We get four meals in a day with a variety of dishes."
Nikita defended her hostel saying, "Our hostel has been a hub for shoots of films like Special 26 and Fukrey. We celebrate festivals in our hostel, and we have social gatherings and we visit boys’ hostels too." RJ Manu judged the debate and announced Miranda House the winner.