The university has an auditorium with a capacity of more than a 1000 seats. The auditorium is well equipped with light and sound systems for cultural functions, etc.

A separate branch of Allahabad bank is available to the students in the University Campus, which provides all facilities to the students for submitting their fee & other banking services.

To cater the need of the students, the university has a spacious student's canteen that has the necessary infrastructure.

The University Campus has a well-maintained Community Center Established for the purpose of providing a platform for the community interaction of the University fraternity. The Center has got sufficient furniture and other facilities in the Center along with two big halls and two well-furnished bedrooms. Most of the teachers and employees of the University make of the Community Center for their family ceremonies.

The University has well-equipped electrical department catering to the needs of the administrative block, teaching departments and the residences of the staff of the university. We have a rare distinction of providing 24 x 7 supply and electrical maintenance facility to all the departments, hostels and offices in the campus from three power sub-station located in the university. We attend the complaints, provide generator back-up and take care of requirements of departments and sections of the university as well as residential quarters 24 hours/ 365 day a year. The university has got round-the-clock running water supply throughout the campus. Even with limited number of permanent staff, we have been able to provide trouble free services in the university. The University Engineer Mr. Vikas Tyagi is taking care of the changing requirements of infrastructure creation, Maintenance, Renovation and upkeep of the existing facilities.

Ch. Charan Singh University, Meerut is fully covered with wifi facility.

The University has a well-maintained and fully furnished guest house in the Campus premises. The Guest House has 17 rooms with all facilities and four special suits to cater to the heeds of the visiting faculty members, subject experts, examiners and other guests. Dr. Vijay Malik Chaubey is the Incharge of the Guest House.

The university has Eight fully furnished hostels separately for boys and girls, equipped with round the clock power back, wi-fi connection, water heaters, RO water cooler etc. which provide excellent hostel accommodation for full-time students of the university departments. Reading rooms and additional sports facilities like table-tennis rooms, chess and carrom etc are also available in each hostel. Hostel rooms are available on double occupancy. Admission to the hostels are made against the available vacant seats allotted by the Wardens of the hostels according to University Hostel Rules. The overall charge of student's discipline and hostel administration vests in the Chief Warden.

Important Points for Hostel Seekers

  • Will have to vacate their rooms after the end of every academic session.
  • Shall not be allowed to stay in the hostels after the prescribed time and limit of their study.
  • Will have to vacate the hostel room on completion of one course of study and will have to seek fresh hostel accommodation as per the university rule.
  • Are supposed to conduct themselves extremely well within and outside the hostel in disciplined manner.
  • Are required to pay the hostel and mess fees in time, failing which they shall have to vacate the hostel or will not be allowed to undertake exams as per rules.
  • Shall have to strictly follow the rules for occupying hostel regarding discipline, conduct and their stay.
  • Students who had been involved in any type of indiscipline cases will not be considered for allotment of hostel rooms.
  • For more hostel related information, visit the website: www.ccsuniversity.ac.in & www.ccsuniversityhostel.com

The university has a Health Centre (Medical Dispensary) located near the Guest House of the University. It is open from 8 A.M. to 3 P.M. on all days except Mondays, Second Saturdays and University holidays. A medical officer is available for consultation. In addition, a pharmacist is also available during working hours. Plans are afoot to appoint another pharmacist and a part time lady doctor. The health centre also has an ambulance to meet emergencies.

The university has created a local area network which is connected to INTERNET through a leased line. All the departments are connected through this local area network. The computer laboratories of different department are also having internet browsing facility. All departments of the university can make use of Internet facilities by paying fee prescribed from time to time. It is expected to made available different scientific & academic journals through e-consortium managed by INFLIBHET.

The university has established a separate Placement Cell with the purpose of providing essential information and guidance to the students of the Campus for their employment opportunity. The Placement Cell functions as a center for career counseling and employment bureau. The State Government has also established an employment bureau in the University Campus that is situated in the ground floor of the Central Library. Prof. Rakesh Kumar is the Coordinator of Placement Cell.

Post office facility is available inside C.C.S. University Campus for all students, staff and visitors to access all kinds of post office services in Government working days and hours.

The university provides the power back-up facility for 24x7 hours with Solar Power (Green Energy) to the institute including all the Departments, Hostels, Library, Workshops, Laboratories etc.

The Indian Railway Office is situated at University Campus near to C.C.S. University Allahabad bank to facilitate students for reserve seat.

  • The Indian railways have extended the facility of railway concession of 50% railway fare to all categories of the students of the institute by submission of request form through the Administrative Officer of the Institute and to the office of the Dean Students Welfare.
  • There is a rail reservation counter available in the University Campus.
  • Timings are 08:00 AM to 02:00 PM (Sunday Off)

The university campus has got a substantially large numbers of students belonging to Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes Category. Therefore, we have established an Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes Cell to guide the Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes Students for their scholarships, fellowships, govt. schemes and the provisions for their benefit. Prof. Dinesh Kumar is the Coordinator of the Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes Cell.

The university campus has excellent indoor and outdoor sports facilities for almost all major games, which are available to the students of university campus. Besides this, some indoor and outdoor games facilities i.e. basket ball, volley ball, table tennis, chess, carom, cricket, badminton, football and wrestling etc. are also available to our students within the institute premises.

Ever since its establishment in the year 1990, as a central facility, the Computer Centre is extending all need-based computational facilities to the students, research scholars and faculty members of the university campus departments. It offers Computer Science courses to the students of various departments established under the auspicies of the University Grants Commission. It has also started rendering services to the university administration like university pre-examination data processing, declaration of results, printing of mark-sheets, preparation of salary statements, prepration of provident fund statements, etc.

Presently the centre has two servers, 35 Pentium IV, 37 Pentium III and one 386 computer systems. It has three high speed line printers (600 lpm and 1500 lpm). Proposals are in the pipe-line to have additional 30 Pentium III nodes on net-working. Since the present Vice-Chancelor is taking keen interest to establish this centre as a nodal centre to meet all requirements of the university administration, students and faculty members of the campus departments, the centre is planning to spread awareness regarding the uses and applications of computers by providing training to all concerned.

The University has a full-fledged Women Cell in the Campus that has been performing the role of providing help and guidance to the female students of the Campus besides listening to their complaints. Prof. Jaimala is the Coordinator of the Women’s Cell.