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 Sanjude Boy’s Hostel

Citadel boys’ hostel is run by the fathers of Diocese of Kanjirapally. We admit students from Class VI onwards in the hostel. Special attention is given for self-learning. The hostel is provided with all modern amenities. The rooms are furnished with separate beds, cupboards and study table for each student. A separate study hall is also provided for the self-study and preparation. There is a dedicated housekeeping department which ensures the cleanliness of the hostel. The school library provides internet facilities to the hostel students for academic purposes. Telephone and laundry services are also available.


We aim towards the spiritual, intellectual, mental, physical and characteristic development of the students keeping in mind to provide them a homely atmosphere. Friendly, happy and spiritual relationship foster among the students. We seek to bring out hidden talents of students and make them a better citizen for tomorrow.


OUR OBJECTIVES: We help to make the students

  • Academically competent
  • Spiritually strong
  • Healthy in mind and body
  • Socially matured

The hostel helps the school to achieve its aim by making the students civil, disciplined and intellectually forward.


  • Students from Class VI to XII can apply for admission.
  • Students who seek admission to the hostel should apply for it in the prescribed form available at the School office and website.
  • The Principal who is the ex officio in charge of the Hostel reserves the right to grant or refuse admission.
  • Students must meet the Principal/ Director with their parents on the day of admission.
  • Application is to be submitted by the parent/guardian to the Hostel Director.


  • Permission of the Director is required to meet the students by the visitors.
  • Students are allowed to go home only on second Saturdays and common vacation time
  • The parents or guardians can call the students at the allotted day and time.
  • The visitors are allowed on the fourth Sundays of every month between 3 – 5 pm.
  • Parents are expected to come to the hostel at least once in a couple of month and enquire about the student’s overall progress and development.
  • If the rules and regulations are violated, the student is liable to be dismissed from the Hostel and the School.

The students will be dismissed from the boarding based on the report of indiscipline such as,

1) Stealing, ragging, malpractices, smoking, drinking;
2) Disrespect to boarding / School authorities;
3) Involvement in any activity which affects the reputation of the Boarding, School and the students; and
4) Violation of Rules and Code of Conduct.

The Director has the right to suspend or dismiss a student even without prior notice. Any serious violation of discipline in the Hostel is considered a violation of School discipline and vice versa. The decision of the Director will be final.



  1. Students must keep silence during the study time.
  2. Students must attend classes regularly and take the tests and exams seriously.
  3. Senior students shall consider themselves as mature and responsible and thereby set a model to the juniors.


Personality development and career awareness programs are conducted by eminent people every month.
Catholic students have Sunday school, Monthly recollection and confession conducted by the Fathers.
Four different newspapers are available in the hostel

Medical report of students must be submitted to the Director at the time of admission. Students who feel any kind of illness must inform the Director or the Warden. If urgent treatment is required, they will be taken to hospital by the authorities.

Healthy meals equal healthy minds, and as the caretakers of young minds we have a duty to ensure that the nutritional needs of all students are being met right alongside their educational requirements. The hostel management provides quality vegetarian and non-vegetarian food for the students. The Canteen is maintained by a professional cook.


The Hostel has an efficient laundry system. Students can give their uniforms, game dresses and spare dresses to the laundry. Undergarments, socks, bath towels are not allowed in the laundry, they must be washed by the students themselves.


The Students can participate in various games like Volleyball, Basketball, Football, Badminton, Caroms, Chess etc. Separate shoes are required for outdoor games.

Every month there is a common birthday celebration. Festivals like Onam, Christmas, and New Year etc. are celebrated. Hostel Day is celebrated once a year and the hostel organizes a one day picnic.

Things Required for Hostel Students

Sl No Items Quantity
1 School Uniform (Provided from school) 4 Pairs
2 Colour Dress  3 Pairs
3 Inner wear As required
4 Night Suits Minimum 3 Pairs
5 Canvas shoes for games (boys) 1
6 Bed Sheets 3
7 Hangers 5
8 Handkerchiefs 6
9 Bath Towels 4
10 Sandal 1 Pair
11 Shorts for games (Boys) 3 Pairs
12 Nail Cutter 1
13 Marker Pen 1
14 Bible/ Holy Books 1
15 Rosary (for Catholics only) 1
16 Stationery items for school use
17 Toiletries
18 Umbrella 1

A study table, a locker, 3 x 6feet cot, mattress, pillow, plate, bucket, mug and glass will be provided from the hostel itself

For Registration

St. Johns Girls Convent

St. Johns girls’ convent is managed by the Rev. Sisters of St. John the Baptist. It is located 100 mts away from the school campus. The sisters and teachers guide and instruct the hostellers. It provides boarding with the most modern amenities, personal study, mess and laundry. A homely atmosphere is maintained in the boarding and utmost care is given to their academic, spiritual, social & moral growth and personality development.  

For more details contact 04735-204093.

The following are the specialties of girls hostel

  • Rooms are furnished and well ventilated
  • Hot water and potable water facility
  • Recreation hall and colour TV for their amusement and entertainment
  • Three newspaper daily to update their awareness for the world around
  • Indoor & outdoor activities
  • Morning exercise and yoga for body, mind and soul
  • Supervision in study
  • Spiritual atmosphere and Catechism classes for the Catholic students
  • Special nursing care
  • Children are provided with a wide variety of cuisines including South Indian, North Indian and a well balanced diet with a variety of vegetarian and non – vegetarian meals. Foods are prepared keeping a view on the nutritional value.

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