indian hostel girls doing dirty Fun in room
دیکھیں انڈین لڑکیاں ہوسٹل میں کسی گندی حرکتیں کر رہی ہیں …کنڈی لگا کر ویڈیو دیکھیں
Dorms are places where you live away from your parents for the first time in your life (microeconomics). You learn how to make a bong from a soft drink can (mechanical engineering). You learn what it is like to be alone (Theory of Relativity). You discover not to wash whites with colours (biochemical synthesis).
Chances are you are living away from home because your parents won’t let you study abroad, you wanted to get away from your parents, your hometown’s idea of higher education is limited to long-distance learning. In any case, we decided to provide a little information so you know what to expect.
If you are going to the Ghulam Ishaque Khan Institute of Topi, you won’t have a choice but to live on campus. “This is because of the tight study schedule,” explains hostel manager Farruk Naveed. You will be placed at one of its 10 dormitories along with 1,500 classmates. The good news is that you get wi-fi, central heating, air-conditioning and even a swimming pool.
And while you have a choice with the Lahore University of Management Sciences, you’ll almost want to stay on campus. “Given our hectic study schedule, I really couldn’t afford to stay anywhere off campus,” says Maham Imtiaz from the Chasma Barrage area. She described the LUMS hostel experience as “heaven on earth”.
If you are headed to Islamabad or Rawalpindi, know that nine out of 15 public sector universities have dorms. Public universities Bahria, Air and Wifaqi Urdu university have no dorms. Not a single private or semi-government university in the twin cities offers housing (SZABIST, Mohammad Ali Jinnah University, National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences/FAST, and Iqra University).
Places like COMSATS, Islamabad that don’t have on-campus housing still accommodate their students, although far away (Rs45,000 per semester). The assistant warden at its boys’ hostel, Asif Shafi, said they offer subsidised transport.
But one of the girls who lives in a Comsats facility in Sector H-8, 15km from campus, said that if she misses the morning bus, she has to pay Rs200 for a taxi. A better example is QAU Islamabad’s subsidised shuttle service to the city center every 45 minutes.
Rawalpindi Medical College owns four hostels but a student said she and other girls were accommodated six kilometres off campus near Justice Ali Nawaz Chowhan Square on Rawal Road. “Accessing the library is the biggest issue for us,” she added.
Pakistan Institute for Development Economics, Islamabad has two off-campus hostels — for girls in Faizabad and for boys in Chak Shehzad. Although the hostels are far from campus, the institute provides transport in two shifts (Rs2,000 per semester). One student described the hostels as comfortable and peaceful even if they weren’t that big.