(Well, if you are from IIT-D then you can skip this section about IIT and go right ahead into the next)
Situated in Hauz Khas in Southern Delhi, IIT-Delhi is truly a hub of student activity of all kinds – cultural, literary, sports and of course, academic. Always at the helm of pioneering advances in several fields, IIT-D’s alumni have made a name for them all over the world. No wonder, every alumnus is proud to be called an IIT’ian.
IIT-D has 15 hostels:
- Kailash, Himadri and New Kailash for girls
- Nalanda for married students
- Kumaon, Vindhyanchal, Shivalik, Jwalamukhi, Aravali, Karakoram, Zanskar, Satpura, Girnar, Udaigiri and last, but definitely not the least, Nilgiri for boys.
This page is dedicated to Nilgiri Hostel and all its residents.
About this site
This site has something for almost everyone. We presume that being a part of IIT-D, this site should reflect the spirit of IIT-D as a whole besides that of Nilgiri hostel.
- If you are searching for a Nilgirite, these are links (corresponding to those on the left) that could help you out:
- Blue Blood – For a database on Nil residents, past and present.
- NilBest – A who’s who in Nilgiri’s history.
Please note that the database is quite incomplete – we are working on it!
- If you are a Nilgirite, erstwhile or current, this site is for you. You will find a some fun things to look at in the Common Room.
- Please check if your name is in the DB. If it isn’t, please feel free to register. Please note that all registration is subject to approval.
- If you are looking for some photos of the hostel and other little bits and pieces that made life fun, then please visit the Nil Blues link.
Do write to if you would like to contribute more to this.
- The goings on in Nilgiri are reported here and in the Common Room, so you can keep yourself upto date with information.
- If you are a visitor and all you want to do is have some fun looking at various sections of the site, please feel free to do so.
- We have a mailing list called nilgirites. This is a “Nilgirites only” mailing list and has well over 100 members. Please sign up if you want to be in touch with others of Nilgiri.
- This site runs on space provided generously by some alumni. If you would like the site to be up for longer, please make a contribution. No amount is big or small and everything is accepted with open arms. Please have a look at those responsible for keeping the site up, monetarily or otherwise. No profit is made from your contributions and the entire amount is used solely for lengthening our subscription.