July, 2020 - Tribe CoLiving & Student Accommodation

Things you need to carry with you when you move to Tribe

30 July 2020


We don’t say we are one of the best hostels without reason. We try to make a student’s life as comfortable and convenient as possible. That’s why the list of things that you need to carry with you to Tribe is going to be considerably short as we cover most of your needs.

A few things that you need to carry with you are:

  •  Documents: Make sure to carry all your essential documents like your Aadhar card, license, passport- size photos, and all documents that your college may ask for like your mark sheets.
  • Clothes & Footwear: The number and type of clothes and footwear are completely your choices. But make sure you do have the following

          Clothes to wear to college (according to the dress- code)

          Comfortable home or nightclothes.


          Work- out clothes

          Comfortable footwear for your everyday college use

          Formal shoes

          Flip- flops

          Running shoes

          Clothes and shoes for your outings and parties

          According to the weather, you might need raincoats, hoodies and an umbrella.

  •   Toiletries: Make sure to pack all your essentials toiletries like a toothbrush, toothpaste, body wash, shampoo & conditioner, moisturizer, hairbrushes and all your hair products etc.

Now you don’t have to worry about packing all this from home. Our Customer relations Executives will happily guide you to the appropriate stores around the accommodation.

  •  Electronics: Make sure to pack everything you will need like your mobile phone, laptops, chargers, earphones and any other electronics you may use.
  • Books: You can bring your favorite books as there is plenty of space for you to store them.

The rooms are comfortably furnished with a bed, a side table, a study table with a chair, a spacious cupboard and draws with locks. Your bed will have a comfortable mattress with storage below. Now although we will provide you with all the essential bedding like mattresses, bedsheets and pillows and pillowcases, for your hygiene you will have to bring your own blankets.

Our Café Mamaliga provides you with hygienic food and clean utensils.

We have a first aid kit for all emergencies. We also have medical associations with hospitals and medical centers to handle emergencies. But if you are under any specific medication, we urge you to inform us and bring your prescriptions for the same.

Our entertainment zone has many board games including UNO cards for your entertainment.

Our properties are located in prime and well connected areas in Pune, Mumbai and Bangalore. So you don’t have to worry about forgetting or running short of anything. We have a 24-hour Customer Relations Executives at the reception who will help you in making your stay as comfortable as possible. We strive for perfection and that is what makes us better than any girls hostel or boys hostel in Pune or Mumbai.


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10 things you experience when you move out of your home for the first time

29 July 2020


Moving out of your home can be scary and exciting at the same time. You are anxious about surviving on your own but you are also pumped up to experience this new independence.

1)      You’ll go through a rollercoaster of emotions


You will feel homesick and lost in the beginning but you are also excited for this new adventure. Isn’t this what you have been waiting for? Pushing down a feeling of nostalgia and your parents warmth, you are ready to take on the world.

2)      Freedom is a sweet, sweet thing

After being sheltered and fussed around at home, you will have to start taking your own decisions, big or small. No more depending on your family. It’s not going to be pleasant all throughout but you will learn to fight through the odds, be resilient and to just keep going. You will become self- reliant.

3)      Learning to get along with all and any

You are in a completely new place and you will want to get to know more people, so you end up socializing more than you normally would. Introverts become extroverts, extroverts start to enjoy their own company and people just accept each other for who they are – that’s what hostel life teaches you – to acknowledge and appreciate each other’s individuality and be able to adapt to the diversity. Your people skills are truly honed!

4)      “Yes, I definitely need three jars of Nutella and five packets of potato chips”

Grocery shopping for yourself is the best.


5)      You are broke… End of every month!

Managing your money is another very important life skill you learn when you live on your own. You have all these plans of saving up. But savings? What savings? Grocery, shopping, eating out, parties.. How can one possibly save?

6)      Maggi will become your best friend

You will learn to survive on maggi for days. Maggi will get you through happy days and sad days.

7)      The nights will no longer be for sleeping

Your sleep cycle will turn upside down. Night time is for gossip and jamming sessions. You will master the art of attending classes after 3 hours of sleep.

8)      You won’t need reasons to party or to go out.

There will be multiple jam sessions. There will be major dance sessions. Why? Because you can!


9)      Meticulous planning and execution of birthday surprises

Birthdays are a huge part of hostel life. The meticulous planning and sneaking around so your friend doesn’t find out, and finally seeing your friend laughing and having the time of their life leaves your heart full and happy.

10)   Every phone call you have with your mom will overwhelm you with homesickness.

Every time you talk to your mom, you have a longing in your heart. You realise living at home was so good and so cheap. But you turn around and see your goofy friends and it becomes alright. You have found a new home.

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