North-Eastern Hill University
A Central University established by an Act of Parliament
Shillong 793 022, India
 
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Symper Hall of Residence
Symper Halls of Residence got its name from “Lum Symper”, a unique geological formation. The literal translation of “Lum Symper” is Symper Rock. Located near Weiloi Village of Mawsynram (the wettest place on earth), Lum Symper is an almost flat rock dome ascending sharply in the midst of hillocks. The sight reminds one of the spectacular natural splendors of the state of Meghalaya.
The hall of residence is a triple seater accommodation which house 100 under-graduate students. It is a two storey building with residential rooms spread out on both floors. Residents of the hostel are students of various under-graduate courses of the University coming from all over the country with mosaic of cultural backgrounds.
Admission to this hostel is done every year after admission to various streams of under-graduate courses of the University.
Symper Halls of Residence
     
Warden Dr. L. J. Singh
Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering
Phone 0364-2723663 (O)
9436349192 (M)
Email jplairen@nehu.ac.in
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