I never had to stay back beyond my scheduled working hours. Sometimes holidays and weekends were cancelled but they were few and far between. The staff was generally respectable to women employees. The only downside appeared in the form of conservatism and a narrow minded outlook, which can be attributed to its location in the small town of Ajmer. However that doesn't hamper your working in general.
Other downsides were the result of a sort of classism between permanent and contractual faculty, which was hard to overlook. Even though you work a lot harder than the permanent ones, you get little respect. Moreover, there is no assurance of your contract being continued to the next academic year, independent of your performance. It is mostly political.