College of Vocational Studies, New Delhi

Also known as: CVS Delhi

Quick Facts

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Public/Government
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NAAC A
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UGC
Coed
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Co-Ed
  • Estd. Year: 1972
  • Campus Size: 10 Acres
  • Total Faculty: 44
  • Total Students Enrollment: 2551

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  • Auditorium Auditorium
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Student Reviews

3.41/5 47 Reviews

Probably the worst place to be in

somesh gupta
Posted on 14 Aug' 18 by somesh gupta
Batch of 2019 | BA Business Economics Hons
Hello Everyone, I am studying in CVS, DU. It is the worst College of DU. The factors that make it worst are 1. Utmost Rude Faculty- authorities here are worse than the corrupt government employees. They don't listen to you at all and all in all they speak ill to you ( really ill). People really suffer badly in this college. 2. There are no placements even though we have a placement cell but that's ineffective just like the administration of the College. 3. Facility are pathetic here. No college infrastructure and no classroom environment. 4. The crowd used to be good here but it is no more that way because of the poor college reputation. If you have taken admission here, immediately withdraw it and look for other colleges. Don't come here at any cost.
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An exposure to opportunities

Diwakar Batra
Posted on 19 Feb' 17 by Diwakar Batra
Batch of 2018 | B.Com Hons
The college of vocational studies is worth for a student who want to enhance its abilities side by side along with studies. It provides opportunities to student with high aspirations and dedication. The college is ahead in terms of technological advancements and counted as best college for its computer science course.
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Had an awesome experience, missing those college life days

Posted on 19 Feb' 17 by Ashish Gupta
Batch of 2018 | B.Com Hons
I have totally enjoyed my college life. The infrastructure is improving. Hostel facility is poor which is required to be improved. I got a exposure here and have learnt a lot by being the part of many societies.The crowd is too good. Teachers are of helping nature. They help the students in studies as well as in their personal life. Students and the staff is having a friendly relationship. My overall experience with this college is marvelous. The location of the college is marvelous.
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Good people bad college

Posted on 10 Feb' 17 by Anonymous
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Batch of 2017 | B.Com Hons
The college has a great location. It's easily accessible but however the teachers the infrastructure and the cooperation of the college is really poor. It's exeteely difficult to get work done here and is typically the government college feel that you get. The societies however do some amazing work and are on their toes looking out for opportunities. All in all go for the life but not for the studies.
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Good teachers, friendly and harmonious environment

Posted on 02 Feb' 17 by Manu Verma
Batch of 2019 | B.Com Hons
The college is one of the better colleges in DU. The college society culture is quite prevalent and is a plus point. The faculty is above average. The canteen is good. College canteen and overall infrastructure gives you the feel of a proper Delhi university college. The students and seniors are very friendly. Would definitely recommend people to get admission in this college.
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General Information

Address:
College of Vocational Studies, Triveni, Sheikh Sarai-II, New Delhi - 110017, India
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About College:

The College of Vocational Studies (CVS) was set up in the year 1972. The purpose of establishing the CVS was to bridge the gap between formal education and vocational training. Over time, the college ahs also added formal degree programmes to the list. It is located at the heart of South Delhi, sitting on ten acres of land. It is affiliated to the University of Delhi (DU) and thus recognized by the UGC (University Grants Commission). This association also attaches the DDUC to a lot of history that the DU has been a part of. The college has also been accredited by the NAAC (National Assessments and Accreditation Council), earning an A grade rating on it. A separate IQAC (Internal Quality Assurance Cell) has been created to this end, to ensure that all the terms of the NAAC are complied with.

The University of Delhi, popularly known as DU is a central university located in New Delhi. It was founded back in 1922, though some of the colleges affiliated to it, predate the formation of the university itself. Its constituent colleges are now spread-out all over Delhi. In terms of the number of students enrolled at the various levels, the list of affiliated colleges, the number of courses on offer and the people employed, DU is the largest university in India. It is also one of the largest in the world. DU serves a total of sixteen faculties, divided into eighty- six departments across seventy- seven constituent colleges and five more institutions attached to it. This is done from the two main campuses- North and South. 

The undergrad courses on offer here, may be divided into two categories. One is the conventional honours programmes. The other lies in the B.A. (Vocational Studies) category, for which the CVS is most well- known. These vocational or professional courses are up on offer in the areas of- Tourism Management, Materials Management, Office Management & Secretarial Practice (OMSP), Management & Marketing of Insurance, Human Resource Management, Marketing Management & Retail Business and for Small & Medium Enterprises. To make the course more industry- oriented and employment friendly, some add- on courses have also been added to the mix. External students, may also enrol for these. Such courses available at the CVS are in foreign languages. They may be pursued for the German and French languages. 

The conventional may be started off by mentioning the B. Com Honours option, for those with mathematics in class XII. The only BSc. programme here is for Computer Science. There are four B.A. options which are for- English, Economics, History and in Hindi. The CVS is also one of the designated centres for both the Bachelor in Management Studies course and the one on Business Economics. These are now among the most sought after within DU. Students enrol in them via the JAT (Joint Admission Test) exam. Admissions to the other programmes is merit based, considering the class XII results. The entire academics at the CVS is run by a cohort of departments, each possessing expertise in its own area. The departments are here for- Commerce, Hindi, OMSP, Tourism, Computer Science, Economics, English, Political Science, Physical Education, History and in Mathematics. 

The administration of the college is run by a set of committees. These committees are for Time Table, Work Load, Scholarship, Admissions, Library, Magazine, Sports, Purchase, Cultural, Verification, Garden, Debating, Discipline, Attendance, Students’ Union, Canteen and for the Staff Room. One of the most important wings here, is of course the Placement Cell which here is known as Aspire. FIC is the short form for the Finance and Investment Cell. M. Soc is the Management Society, while that for marketing is Mercadeo. The social ventures here are the Katran and the Madari

Several fun events also take place on campus, managed by the students themselves. The cultural wing here is known as the Reverie. Zest is the Western Dance Society. CVS Street is the in- house dancing crew. The Fashion society is here called Manthan. The Theatre and the Debating societies are known here as the Dramanomics and the Shaastrarth respectively. Criador is the creative art team. The Musical Society is here called the Appreggio, and the Tech Society is Encrypt. Zephyr is for Film and Photography. 

The campus has much to offer. It is well connected by the Delhi Metro. There is open access to convenience stores, medical clinics and banking facilities with ATMs. There is a sports field where cricket and football may be played. Facilities are also there for indoor sports. The gymnasium may also be used by all. A large auditorium is there to facilitate major events, at both intra and inter college level. The campus is Wi- Fi enabled. Hygienic food is prepared at the college cafeteria. The library here is one of the best stocked within the region. Besides the physical books on display, it also provides digital access to en number of international academic journals for research and academic purposes.

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