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Top Colleges of Delhi University
The application period has begun. After you’ve gotten your board test results, choosing your college is one of the most difficult processes, and you can’t afford to make any mistakes. Do you have any doubts about your college selection? Let’s get it as simple as possible for you! The following is a list of the best Delhi University colleges to where you can apply this year, related to the course of you’re choosing!
1. ST. STEPHEN COLLEGE
The college, which was founded in 1881, is one of the University of Delhi’s outstanding colleges. It is one of the university’s core colleges, and it is known for its scientific and arts programmes. Dr. Kapil Sibal, Dr. Shashi Tharoor, and renowned Indian journalist Barkha Dutt are among the notable alumni of the institution. College skits of a massive campus that covers around 60 acres. With a wonderful and friendly crowd, lucullan grounds, and a brick red grand architecture with Mughal elements, student life is one of the greatest you can get in the institution! Walter George created the Chapel, which is one of the most attractive structures on college. Faculty members are extremely well-educated, experienced, and elderly. And, of course, due of its high cut-offs and interview process during applications, the college is one of the most difficult to get into. B.A. Economics (Hons), BSc. Maths (Hons), BSc. Physics (Hons), BSc. Chemistry (Hons), and other courses are available. The placement record is also fairly good. Overall, St. Stephen’s College has a name that stands out!
2. SHRI RAM COMMERCE COLLEGE
The college, which is located on the university’s north campus, is notable for its high cut-offs. It is regarded as one of the best commerce schools in the country and is unquestionably one of the best colleges on the north campus. The college also features a well-functioning placement cell and is regarded as the finest in terms of placement results. Every year, it hosts the Crossroads festival, which is well-attended by students from not only DU but all throughout Delhi. The infrastructure is well-built, and the campus is big, with air-conditioned lecture halls and a pleasant atmosphere. College is known for providing high-quality education to individuals in order to help them develop into dependable finance experts and entrepreneurs. It now includes roughly 40 active societies. Wi-Fi is available throughout the campus, and a high-tech library is available. The general environment is pleasant, with a loud and passionate crowd.
3. HANSRAJ COLLEGE
It was founded in 1948 and is one of Delhi University’s flagship institutes. Anurag Kashyap, Ranvijay Singh, Ajay Maken, and Anil Aggarwal are some of the noteworthy graduates,’ also known as ‘Shahrukh Ka College.’ Lover’s Point, located in the middle of college, is the most popular and talked-about hangout spot! The campus as a whole is rather lovely, with its lush green fields and red-brick buildings. B.A. Economics (Hons), BSc. Physics (Hons), BSc. Chemistry (Hons), BSc. Botany (Hons), B.Com. (Hons), and other major courses are available. Certificate programmes in foreign languages such as French, German, and Spanish are also available at the college. The faculty is excellent and well-versed. Every year, a number of active societies arrange their own cultural festival. Companies such as Reliance and Ola have visited the school, indicating that placements are good. The college has a distinct “Old World Charm,” according to many students and graduate.
4. HINDU COLLEGE
It was founded in 1899 and is one of Delhi University’s oldest colleges. It is another exclusive north campus college that only accepts the best students each year. The science classes at college are well-known. If you are accepted into college, you just cannot afford to miss the Virgin Tree puja on Valentine’s Day! The college’s infrastructure includes a spacious playground and well-kept grass. Mecca, the college’s annual festival, is too wonderful to miss! BSc. Chemistry (Hons), B.Com. (Hons), B.A. Economics (Hons), B.A. Philosophy (Hons), and BSc. Zoology are among the major courses available (Hons) Corporations like Deloitte and Ernst & Young, which visit the school, have strong placement rates. Sports facilities are graded on a scale of one to ten. The canteen provides good cuisine at a reasonable price.
5. MIRANDA HOUSE
It is one of the university’s top-rated women’s colleges, situated on the north campus. It was founded in 1948. B.A. Economics (Hons), B.A. Political Science (Hons), B.A. English (Hons), BSc. Chemistry (Hons), and other major courses are available. Faculty members are well-versed in their specialties and are quite relaxed. The campus is large and lush, with buildings that look like they belong in a bygone era, yet it is also modern, with wi-fi and air conditioning. It has its own gossiping galiyaras because it is a girls’ college! The public is enthralled and fascinated. Tempest, the college’s yearly festival, is one of the university’s most popular events.
6. LADY SHRI RAM COLLEGE
This university’s women’s college is yet another top-notch institution. It’s in Delhi’s Lajpat Nagar neighbourhood. The crowds and campus life are vibrant and exciting. The infrastructure is well-kept. The placement cell is effective, and corporations such as Nestle, J Shaw, and Mickensy come to school. Tarang is a three-day annual cultural festival that takes place every year. Programs in Social Sciences, Humanities, and Commerce, as well as BSc. Mathematics (Hons) and BSc. Statistics, are available at the college (Hons). Because the college is not a member of DUSU, there are no DUSU elections, and thus no enthusiasm, or rather noise, around elections! The campus is spotless and green, with brightly illuminated corridors. The canteen offers delicious cuisine at a moderate cost!
7. KIRORIMAL COLLEGE
It is a university’s high-grade college, located on the north campus. In 1954, the college was founded. It is one of the university’s most cost-effective colleges. The college is mainly recognised for producing celebrity Amitabh Bacchan. Playback singer KK, Indian cinema director, producer, and actor Satish Kaushik, and actor Shakti Kapoor are among the alumni. B.A. Geography (Hons), BSc. Zoology (Hons), B.A. Bengali, B.Com. (Hons), and other major courses are available. Every year, the Renaissance cultural event is held. The placement cell is proactive, and individuals have more opportunities in terms of placements. The campus is large and has wi-fi access.
8. RAMJAS COLLEGE
Another amazing Delhi University college, situated in the north campus. The college, which recently celebrated its 100th anniversary, hosted Indian batsman Gautam Gambhir and the wrestling sisters Geeta and Babita Phogat. Rai Kedar Nath, a philanthropist, founded the college in 1917. Freshmen and outsiders frequently mistake the college for a political rally, but it is so much more! The infrastructure is in good shape. The college’s crowd and clubs are pretty outstanding. The faculty is knowledgeable and helpful. Indian actor Manoj Bajpayee, filmmaker Prakash Jha, actor Shekhar Suman, and singer Papon are some of the notable alumni. BSc. Physics (Hons), B.Com. (Hons), B.A. Economics (Hons), B.A. Sanskrit (Hons), B.A. Programme, and other major courses are available.
9. SRI VENKATESWARA COLLEGE
10. INDRAPRASTHA COLLEGE FOR WOMEN
It is an all-girls’ institution located near Civil Lines, on the outskirts of the north campus area. It is Delhi University’s sole college that offers a Bachelor of Mass Media and Mass Communication (BMMMC) degree. Abhivyakti- Dramatics Society, Alaap- Indian Music Society, and English Debating Society are among the college’s active groups. Each year, the institution hosts Shruti, a cultural festival. Economics, English, History, Mathematics, and other liberal arts, commerce, and literary courses are among the most popular. Ambika Soni, the former Minister of Information and Broadcasting, Dipannita Sharma, the Bollywood actress, Kavita Kaushik, the television actress, Sucheta Kriplani, the former Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, and Meira Kumar, the former Speaker of the Lok Sabha are just a few of the famous graduates. Ra’ana Liaquat Ali Khan, the former first lady of Pakistan, is among the distinguished academic staff.
11. SHRI GURU TEGH BAHADUR KHALSA COLLEGE
Another one can be seen on the university’s north campus. In 1951, the college was founded. Science, commerce, and the arts are all offered at the college. The college’s primary intention is to have a high-quality education to young Punjabi refugees fleeing the 1947 split, as well as to promote and preserve Punjabi language and culture. The Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Management Committee looks after it (DSGMC). B.A. (Hons), B.Com. (Hons), B.Tech. in Computer Science, and certificate courses in French, German, Spanish, and Italian are among the major courses available. The infrastructure is well-designed and functional. The placements on campus are fairly good.
12. JESUS AND MARY COLLEGE
It is an all-girls college in Delhi’s Chanakyapuri neighbourhood. In 1968, a Roman Catholic congregation established it. History, sociology, Hindi, English, economics, and other major courses are available. Priyanka Gandhi, Neha Dhupia, Rakul Preet Singh, Harleen Kaur, Sushmita Mukherjee, and others are among the famous graduates. On campus, there are various active clubs. In the Delhi University, the college possesses one of the best facilities.
12. DAULAT RAM COLLEGE
It is a women’s college located on the university’s north campus. In 1960, the college was founded. Shri Daulat Ram Gupta founded the college in 1960. Pramila College was the initial name of the institution. Arts, Science, and Commerce courses are available at the college. The institute also provides foreign language certificate programmes. The infrastructure is fairly solid, and there is a great crowd. The facilities of the hostel are absolutely phenomenal. Faculty is well-educated and complacent. Every year, the college’s annual festival, Manjari, is held. The campus is spacious and well-constructed.
13. KAMLA NEHRU COLLEGE
August Kranti Marg in New Delhi is the location of the college. The college’s motto is ‘Without knowledge, there is no salvation,’ and it aspires to provide a high-quality education to its students. In 1964, the college was founded. There are over 200 faculty members. Corporations such as EY, KPMG, and Wipro have visited the campus, indicating that the placement cell is extremely active. Economics, English, Geography, Hindi, History, Journalism, and other undergraduate courses are available. Overall, campus life is great, and the college is full with incredible people.
14. DELHI COLLEGE OF ARTS AND COMMERCE
Netaji Nagar is the location of the college. It offers education in both the arts and business streams. Annually, the college hosts the Ambrosia cultural event. Because it is situated on the south campus, the college’s crowd is amazing and noetic. The faculty is pleasant, with a number of well-educated academics instructing the pupils. The infrastructure is great, and numerous societies are actively involved. The extracurricular activities are satisfactory. The placements are also excellent. The total collegiate experience far surpasses your standards!
15. GARGI COLLEGE
It is a university-affiliated girls’ college located on the university’s south campus. Courses in the arts, humanities, commerce, and science are among the most popular. In 2016, the college commemorated its golden jubilee. The college was termed after an educated lady named Gargi who appears in the Vedic Age’s Brihadaranyaka Upanishads. Around 180 members make up the faculty, all of them are talented and qualified. Wi-Fi is available and the architecture is wide and well-built. With separate momos and a juice counter, the canteen is well-kept. Urvashi Rautela, Huma Qureshi, and Sanya Malhotra are among the famous graduates, as is Alankrita Sahai, Miss Diva Earth 2014. Microbiology and commerce are two of the most popular subjects.
So, these are a few top-tier Delhi University colleges that you might apply to this admission season. Please keep in mind that this is a random order, not a rating! Different colleges offer different courses; the important thing to remember is that you should prioritise your course over the college. The best experience of university life can be had by selecting the proper course and college. And don’t forget to tag all of your buddies who are getting set to start their college careers and will be spending their best three years on campus! Best wishes!
Courtesy – Kunal Thakur, Direct News 99