This College is accredited by NAAC A+ (National Assessment and Accreditation Council) validity is 01 Dec 2021 and the score is 3.6 .
Hi Candidate! Nowadays phones are allowed in every hostel because every student uses net for their study and if they want to talk to their parents and relatives.
And there are no such rules mentioned in this college that students are not allowed to carry phone. So keep calm and don't worry. And if you want to know more please contact to college they an provide you more clarified answer.
Hi I got 34.3 in mba tancet 2019 I belonged SC category did I have any chance to get seat in Ceg guindy
Dear candidate........ hope you're doing good..
Well, basing upon your percentage in senior secondary examination, it seems like you may get admission into Hindu university, Delhi. But the confirmation of your application solely depends upon the number of seats available and the number of enrolled candidates.
Hope this helps you out......
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The Hindu College is one of the oldest colleges of not just Delhi where it is located in, but also for much of India. It was established back in 1899, on the cusp of the 19th century. The college had been associated with the freedom movement against British rule, right since inception. Initially, it was affiliated to the Punjab University. But along with two other colleges, it joined the University of Delhi (DU), when the latter got established. This affiliation which exists till today, has translated into recognition from the UGC (University Grants Commission). The Hindu College has long enjoyed a rivalry with next- door neighbours the St. Stephen’s College.
The college campus covers a total space of twenty- five acres worth of land in North Delhi. The Hindu College is also accredited by the NAAC (National Assessments and Accreditation Council), earning an A grade rating in 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 college has always believed in providing benefits to the broader society. The students here have likewise been instilled with such value. And that is why the students of this college have been active participants in government schemes such as the NSS (National Service Scheme) and the NCC (National Cadet Corps).
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 Hindu College provides courses at both the UG as well as PG levels. These courses it provides across the three streams of- Arts, Science and Commerce. For students of commerce, at the undergrad level, they may go for the B. Com. Mathematics is compulsory in class XII for entry to this programme. At the master’s level, one may likewise go for the M. Com. The arts courses for the BA may be taken up in the areas of- English, Economics, History, Sociology, Hindi, Philosophy, Sanskrit and in Political Science. Almost all these programmes may also be taken up at the MA level for master’s as well. For the science students, BSc. options are there for- Physics, Chemistry, Botany, Mathematics, Statistics and in Zoology. Similar courses may also be taken up at PG. The MSc. in Mathematics also has an Operational Research component added to it.
Admissions to these programmes is merit based, considering the class XII results. The entire academics here, is run by a cohort of fifteen departments. These departments are there for each of the areas of study. To make the course more industry- oriented and employment friendly, some add- on language courses have also been added to the mix. External students, may also enrol for these. These are often also taken up by working professionals, seeking a skill upgrade. Such courses available at the Hindu College are for the foreign languages of- French, Spanish, Russian and German.
Due to the tremendous history associated with this college, luminaries from different fields have graduated from here. Some of those most prominent names are- Siddhartha Basu, Tisca Chopra, Aakash Chopra, Roshan Abbas, Imtiaz Ali, Deep Dasgupta, Brahma Chellaney, Vinod Rai, Gautam Gambhir, Manish Tiwari, Subramanian Swamy, Sonam Wangchuk, Arjun Rampal, Pema Khandu, Arnab Goswami, Ajay Jadeja, Vishal Bhardwaj, Mayanti Langer and many more. To ensure that this history of excellence continues, the college has taken constant steps to innovate for the good. The Bharat Ram Centre right at the heart of the college campus, signifies the constant rejuvenation to Hindu College strives to strike.
All this and more has led to the college acquiring highly impressive ranks across the indicators. The NIRF (National Institutional Rankings Framework) powered by the MHRD (Ministry of Human Resource Development) has placed the Hindu College at a stupendous rank 4th all India among colleges in 2018. This in turn has led to the right placement figures for the college students. Disha the Placement Cell and Abhyas, which does likewise for internships are at the core of this process. Some of the key recruiters for final placements or internships in recent seasons form campus have been the likes of- EY, KPMG, HDFC, Deloitte, Google, Protoviti, DE Shaw, Maruti Suzuki, Outlook India, Teach for India, Jaypee, India bulls, Happily Unmarried, Royal Sundaram Alliance, Philip Morris International and Essar besides some more.
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This College is accredited by NAAC (National Assessment and Accreditation Council) A+ validity is 01 Dec 2021 and the score is 3.6 .
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- National Assessment and Accreditation Council
Validity : 01 Dec 2021
; CGPA : 3.6
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