does hindu college offers BSC nursing?
In the domain of Science, Hindu College offers full-time BSc (Hons) and BSc (Physical Science) under six and two specialisations, respectively.
Admission to both these three-year courses is based on the scores obtained in Class 12. Students, whose marks fall under the Hindu College cutoff can go for final admission.
is Hindu college DU offer BSc. honours in computer science
Dear student ,
No, Hindu college under Delhi University doesn't offer B.Sc Hons in Computer Science .
Well, the following courses are available in Hindu College as B.Sc course :
Know more about the courses from here :
To find the Universities/colleges in Delhi that offers Computer science courses , refer this :
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Does Math compulsory in 12 th standard for getting admission in B.Com(Hons) or is DUET compulsory for admission in Hindu college, Delhi ?
The admission to B.Com (https://b.com/) (Hons) is not based on DUET score. Admission to B.Com (Hons) in Hindu College, Delhi is based on merit in 10+2. The eligibility criteria is that a candidate must have passed 10+2 with minimum 45% marks from a recognized board. You must have studied and passed Mathematics/Business Mathematics/ equivalent paper at the qualifying examination (10+2 or its equivalent) for admission to B. Com. (Hons). Criteria to calculate the best four marks is that you must include one language and three best subjects as per the following:
- An aggregate of 45% or more in English/Hindi and combination of best three among the following subjects: Mathematics, Accountancy, Economics and Business Studies/ Commerce.
If you include any subject from List B other than mentioned above in the combination of best three will lead to a deduction of 1% per subject on the aggregate. A deduction of 2.5% is applicable per subject on the aggregate of the Best Four if you Include any subject other than those in List A and List B in the combination of best three.
which one is better for sociology hons , hindu college or miranda house of delhi university?
Hi aspirant, according to the NIRF Rankings 2020 Miranda House has bagged the first rank among all the colleges of India for the fourth consecutive year. Lady Shri Ram College for Women bagged the second position followed by the Hindu College at the third rank.
For better comparison you can take help of below mentioned college comparison tool link;
my application was rejected in Hindu College for BSc chemistry honors during First Cutoff. Now i am fulfilling all conditions in 4 cutoff. will i be apply now in same college and course or it will display message "You have already applied in the course"?
Hope you are doing well.
As per your query, if you fulfil all the eligibility criteria for that particular course in Hindu College, then you can definitely reapply for that course under fourth cutoff.
No such message as you have mentioned above will be displayed.
Hope this clears your doubt.
All the best!
how much percentage marks required for admission in bsc Zoology for general category student in hindu college
Hope you are doing great as per the question asked by you, you should work hard and should focus on achieving high and high in entrance exam it totally depends upon the examination if paper is simple then cutoff goes high gradually and if paper or examination is hard then cutoff goes down. You should certainly work hard and should try to achieve high and high in examination.
Hope you found this answer useful.Stay motivated stay positive.
All the best!
placement in interior designing in Hindu college of design and architecture sonepat
Mentioned below are the placement details of Hindu College of design and architecture Sonipat:
- The college provide practical training to the students for placements.
- Hindu College of design and architecture accepts NATA entrance examination for admission.
- The placements are very average in Hindu College of design and architecture. There are no big companies come for placements.
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my PCM score in class 12th is 94.66 can I get admission in Hindu college, hansraj college and ramjas college for physics honours
Hope you are doing great! As you scored very well in your class 12th but this score will not enough to get admission in those top colleges of DU of North campus there cut off is too high ,so there is not any chance to get admission in these colleges.However you will get any college of South or off campus so don't worry and be ready for challenge.
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Wishes for the best.
I am male student in unreserved category. My 12th percentages of best four is 97.75 including English and Economics. can I get admission in BA Economic (H) course at DU in SRCC, HINDU COLLEGE OR Kirori mal college
For admission to the B.A.(Honours) Economics, candidates must have studies and passed mathematics. Having studied and passing in mathematics in 12th boards is a pre requisite to get admission in this course. Any college of Delhi University will grant admission to this course only if the candidate is eligible and meet the cut off.
Some colleges have released their first cut off lists for various subjects. For B.A.(Hons.) Economics, Hindu College has kept 99.75%, SRCC has indicated 100%, Kirori Mal College has put up 99.50, Hansraj College has put up 99.75 and Ramjas College has put up 99.75 as the percentage eligibility for admission in this course. To keep up to date with the upcoming cut offs of Delhi University, check out the link given below.
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I got 97.5 % in my 12th best 4 papers can i get hindu college with this.And I want to persue bsc physical sciences with chemistry.
In the first and second cut off list of Hindu College the minimum percentage of Cutoff which are required war 98. 25% and 98.75 respectively. It means it is almost 99% for BSC honours (Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics). And particularly for physics it is 99.33%.
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