Indira Gandhi Hall

Indira Gandhi Hall


Indira Gandhi hall, a hall of residence for undergraduate female students of Aligarh Muslim University was inaugurated in 1994. The hall accommodates female students of the  Faculty of Unani Medicine, Under-graduate students of Women’s college of Arts, Social Science, Commerce and Science streams.

The principal administrator is the Provost who is responsible for the management of the hall supported by a team of wardens and office.

Total capacity of the Hall: 701

        Main Building: 528 

     Annexe Building : 173

Total strength of Non-resident Students: 833 

The total strength of the office staff and employees: 50

Indira Gandhi hall provides standard residential facilities. The hall has great diversity among its residents who come from various states of India, neighboring and distant countries (Bangladesh, Thailand, Gulf, Yemen, Malaysia, Indonesia, Jordan). 

The hall inculcates independence, multi-culturalism, peaceful co-existence and healthy living. 

Extra- curricular, co-curricular activities are organized on a regular basis to build the personality of students and enhance their confidence.

An effective communication channel exists between residents and hall management for maintaining standard living conditions, discipline, general management and all round development of the girls. 

Regular invited talks on health issues, career counselling sessions and other topic of relevance are organized from time to time.  

  • To build a robust environment for girls in the hall where they can learn, enjoy, acquire and develop skills, and be physically and mentally healthy. 

  • To provide them a chance of discovering themselves, aim for future and help them choose a path of success in personal and professional life. And also to become healthy, happy and enlightened global citizens.


  • To make them aware of the journey and dreams of the great founder of AMU-Sir Syed Ahmad Khan who wanted the best for students of the University, to follow his footsteps and chase his dreams.

  • To develop closeness with nature in order to combat digital fatigue.

  • To learn the art of beautiful living.


Future Plans

      Bio-degradable waste disposal system

      Water Recycling Unit