HALLS OF RESIDENCES
The University has ample provisions for hostel
accommodation at the Campus for both male and female students. The
halls of residence for male students have an accommodation for about
1000 students and are named as:
- Quaid-e-Azam Hall
- Iqbal Hall
- Umer Hall
- Usman Hall
- Ali Hall
Another hall with the accommodation for 400 students
is under construction. A separate hall for international students
is being planned to be constructed in near future.
The hall of residence for female students is named
It has an accommodation for 200 students.
The management of the halls is supervised by the
Senior Warden. Each hall is looked after by Resident Tutor/s being
The students themselves manage many aspects of
life in the halls. The halls are provided with common rooms, dining
halls, canteens, mosques and other such places of common utility.
Each hall has its own mess with adequate messing and dining facilities.
The mess is run on a no-profit no-loss basis. A Students Mess Committee
under the supervision of a Resident Tutor regulates the weekly menu,
finances, billing and quality of the food.
The students are required to abide by the rules
and regulations governing residence in the University halls and
are encouraged to develop community life conducive to healthy growth
of the social aspects of their personalities.
The Central Library UET Taxila has launched
its newly developed web based Library Automation System
named as UET LIBAS which can be accessed using
The Central Library of the University plays a
vital role in dissemination of knowledge, teaching, research, and
extension services. It has a seating capacity for about 100 readers
at its different halls, which provide congenial conditions for study.
The reading halls remain open (2 shifts) from 8:00 am to 7:00 pm
on all working days providing break for Jumma prayer 12:00 noon
to 2:30 pm. The Library is stocked with encyclopedias, dictionaries,
handbooks, standard specifications, yearbooks, almanacs, abstracts,
indexes and a big reserve collection of text and general technical
Stocks and Services
The Library has more than 40000 volumes of books, 45000 volumes
of bound serials, and scattered issues of scientific and technical
serials on diverse fields. Besides engineering subjects considerable
reading material on humanities, social sciences and Islamic Studies
The members can borrow books and other materials, (except serials,
reference or reserved books) for specific periods. They can also
reserve materials, which are out in circulation. For this, reservation
cards are to be handed over at the circulation counter. The Library
provides photocopy service as well.
Book Bank and Co-operative Book Store
The Library houses a Book Bank, which lends textbooks to the undergraduates
for long periods on a nominal rent. Books, which are in excess of
the requirements of the Book Bank, are sold to the students on a
no-profit no-loss basis through its Co-operative Bookstore.
To meet the information requirements of students,
researchers of UET Taxila, Pakistan with the provision of quality
scholarly information based electronic delivery Through Pakistan
Educational Research Network (PERN). HEC has given the online access
of journals and research papers to UET Taxila. Access to all these
resources is free of cost from within the UET Taxila intranet for
students and researchers of UET Taxila.
The University provides medical facilities to
its employees and students. Salient features of the existing health
policy for students are listed hereunder:
- Students will be provided free consultation by the Medical
- Available medicines will be issued to students through authorized
- Night dispensary service will be available in emergency only.
- In acute emergency, where a student cannot move, immediate
report be made to RT who will make arrangements for further
treatment under rules (i.e. ambulance, consultation, admission
etc.). The expenditure shall be borne by the student.
- Boarders will be required to fill in the proforma of previous
medical history mentioning the disease he carries.
- Indoor treatment from unauthorized medical attendants is
Adequate transport facility is provided for students
and the buses are plying between Rawalpindi, Islamabad, Hassan Abdal,
Wah Cantt and the campus. This facility is, however, not obligation
of the University and it can be reduced or terminated if the policy
and/or the financial conditions so demand.