Kumar, along with others, had allegedly assaulted former junior national wrestling champion Sagar Dhankar and his friends at the stadium in May over an alleged property dispute.
According to officials, the 40-minute classes will be conducted every day for classes six to eight and twice a week for classes nine to 12.
The judge also accepted the arguments of the prosecutor that Dahiya should have applied for appearing in the online examination on time.
Chhatrasal Stadium murder case: Wrestler seeks interim bail for exams, says 'future will be affected'
The 23-year-old international wrestler said he is pursuing Bachelor of Physical Education degree from a private college in Haryana and has to appear for his fourth semester examination.
According to an official statement, the construction of the five-storey state-of-the-art hostel will be completed in 16 months.
Besides Anirudh Dahiya who moved the plea for a faster hearing, Olympic medallist wrestler Sushil Kumar and 11 others are also accused in the case.
All four sides of the main wrestling hall inside Chhatrasal Stadium are adorned with pictures of their most famous son and two-time Olympic medallist Sushil Kumar.
It seemed like that as well with Dhols playing in the background while flower petals were being showered on everyone present inside the hall.
Dhankar and his four friends were allegedly assaulted by Kumar and others at the stadium on the intervening night of May 4 and 5 over a property dispute.
There were "murmurs" that Kumar was scared of the two tenants living in a house he owned and he "nursed a deep grudge" about the loss of respect in the eyes of his students.
The final report, which named Kumar as the main accused, has been filed before Chief Metropolitan Magistrate (CMM) Satvir Singh Lamba.
As per the sources, Delhi Police have over 50 witnesses in the case and is waiting for the forensic report from the Forensic Science Laboratory.
Police said a crime branch team probing the case nabbed Laura from Delhi and he will be further produced before Rohini court for seeking police remand for further investigation.
The judo coach, 32-year-old Subhash, a resident of Kirari Suleman, was arrested from the national capital, a senior police official said.
The international wrestler is facing charges of murder, cupable homicide and kidnapping.