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Premier University’s Premier Student hub!

North Campus is an incubation home to the country. The place is full of PGs, private hostels and flats (customized for everyone’s needs) for the many people who prefer to live in this energy hub. It has something for everyone!

  • Things to look forward
    • Ravi
    • Male
    • Student

    Reviewed 2 years, 6 months, 28 days ago

    I have been living here since the past 6 years and am doing my post graduation from University of Delhi. I like the openness and culture of people living here. Chacha Bhature Wala, QD's, Momos Point, Tom's maggi etc are some of the popular hangouts. Other facilities are also very good.

    • SH
    • Female
    • Student

    Reviewed 2 years, 6 months, 26 days ago

    I lived in North Campus for 3 years during my graduation. I was in Hindu college. Originally, I'm from Bihar, so I rented a flat in Mukherjee Nagar for the first few months (6 months, to be precise), then I shifted to Hudson Lane and lived there for the next 2.5 years. Hudson Lane is a place for those who love socializing and value friendships over money. That's cause, in Hudson, the flats are a bit expensive. That;s the reason why most of the people move to the Vijay Nagar area. Many of my friend lived there and I have myself visited the place many times. It's a little shady but rooms there are very cheap. For instance, a 2bhk flat in Vijay Nagar would cost somewhere around 10-15k and for the same thing in Hudson Lane, people will ask for at least 20-25k. To live in Hudson and also to socialize, they'll need to shell out a lot of money. ;) The locality is good, there are beautiful parks with lots of greenery. People living here are mostly rich, so their houses are well constructed and safe to live in. Especially, outstation girls choose to live in the PGs in Hudson for the safety reasons. Colleges are at a walking distance from here. Nice eateries are always ready to deliver here :) A lot of eating places came up during my stay here. As of now, the market near Hudson lane I.e Kingsway Camp, is flooded with eating joints like Qd's, Slice of Italy, Subway. Many other local restaurants have also sprouted up lately. COming to the negatives, there's a drain near Patel Chest which is always stinky. The houses in the first lane of Hudson Lane, which are constructed alongside the drain have to suffer during rainy season because that's when the drain starts to stink. I know this because I lived in one of those houses. Also, the rent in this area is revised every year and is ever increasing by 10-20% (10% is by Gov. rule). The landlords here have become too smart because of the years of experience and they are well aware of the fact that people moving here are naive and have no experience (because most of them are outstation students), so they tend to fool us by giving faulty electricity bills and charging extra rent for terrace or something like that. P.S I speak solely from personal experience here. For commuting, there's autos and cycle rickshaws mostly. Sharing electric rickshaws were used till 2014, not sure if they're still around.

  • Not so good things
    • Nisha
    • Female
    • Student

    Reviewed 2 years, 7 months, 24 days ago

    Awesome place to live! Awful crowd! I'm a student of SRCC and have been living here since the past year. It is residential so it is kind of safe living with families around..but the crowd's not that good, and no street lights in the area. Commuting facilities are good enough, for eating out you have KFC, McD, Domino's, Manohar etc.

    • Divya
    • Female
    • Student

    Reviewed 2 years, 7 months, 24 days ago

    Kamla Nagar is North Campus' hangout zone. I am studying in SRCC (Bcom Hons., 2nd year). There are a lot of eating joints, large and small, expensive and inexpensive. Proper restros for students to hangout during the break or after a tiring day, McD, Domino's, CCD, Barista, Subway, Starbucks, MOD, Dunkin Donuts, KFC, Shake Square, BYD, Indus Flavors, Rico's, QD's and many more. Plus there's a lot of greenery and it feels awesome to roam around in the university area in the evening. It's over crowded plus has traffic problems because of small and narrow roads with too many cars and rickshaws. But there are plenty of rickshaws, autos and busses for getting around.

  • Expect to find
    • Aditya
    • Male
    • Student

    Reviewed 2 years, 8 months, 3 days ago

    Best cafes in town? North Campus! Like almost everything is best here, starting from the cool young crowd to amazing food joints. How can I forget Ridge road? A lot of love stories start and end there. To eat out, my personal favourite is Rico's, then Big Yellow Door for their pastas. Hudson lane is more like the cafe lane now with over 20 new cafes in the vicinity. We also have 'Aunty's' stall in front of our college (Khalsa) which serves amazing Maggi and Masala Coke. Don't forget to try chacha ke chole bhature! We have buses, autos, 2 metro stations and some really hot cars in the area. Lately, a lot of people have been using their own transport to come to college. This causes a lot of traffic, making it worse for people who prefer to walk. It is also a galore for shoppers with all major brands being available. Hello! It's DU after all!

    • Sonam
    • Female
    • Student

    Reviewed 2 years, 7 months, 17 days ago

    I'm a student of Delhi University and have been living here for the last 4 years. I enjoy reading novels and developing apps. I enjoy the environment of competition and challenges. There are many hang-outs near GTB nagar and Kamla Nagar so many eat-outs and hang-outs available. E-rickshaw, rickshaw, auto, metro are available. At some areas, bus is also available. It's a bit crowded sometimes!

In & Around

There are great eating places all around. You can have everything – from brilliant momos to amazing biryani, from samosas that will make you miss home to honey chilli potatoes that will make you miss China (Indianized to the power infinity). There is the Sparx Mall in Kamla Nagar which is home to more great places like Starbucks and Beer Café.  Just when you thought it can’t get better, it did. 

Meet Shriya!

North Campus, New Delhi

It's been three years in North Campus now, here for college. I'm doing B.Com Hons from Hans Raj College and I love reading and writing.

 


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  • Gowtham
  • Male
  • Student

Reviewed 2 years, 10 months, 13 days ago

This is one of the places where you can get the best of food both the branded outlets and the local food and it is well connected to other parts of New Delhi via Metro as well as DTC Buses.


  • Mhk
  • Female
  • Student

Reviewed 2 years, 10 months, 8 days ago

With so many eateries, stores around the place is a paradise for foodies.

  • Akshay
  • Male
  • Student

Reviewed 2 years, 7 months, 14 days ago

Heaven for we students! What a relief we have in north campus. You can easily make friends and there are numerous food outlets. Mess abound in area. Nice place to hang out after facing tedious class sessions.