Founded in the year 1917, the Ramjas College is one of the oldest in the north campus of Delhi University. The college is one of the three oldest of Delhi University after Stephen College and Hindu College and is considered as one of the best colleges in the country offering undergraduate and postgraduate degrees. Ramjas offers 18 undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in various specializations like Sciences, Humanities and Commerce streams. Some of the departments in the Ramjas College are considered to be best in the University of Delhi like the Mathematics Department while the Department of History is considered to be the best all over India. The college is affiliated to Delhi University and is approved by All India Council of Technical Education.
The college is located at University Enclave, New Delhi, Delhi. Sabzi Mandi Railway Station is located 2 km away from the college. Other major railway stations are New Delhi Railway Station and Delhi Railway Station. The nearest subway station is the Vishwavidyalaya station which is 3 km away from the college. Indira Gandhi International Airport is 25 km away from the college. BBM Depot is the nearest bus station which is 3.4 km away from the college.
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Ramjas College, Delhi takes admission for its various courses on merit basis. In order to apply for the college candidates have to first register themselves on the admission portal of the University of Delhi. The registration process is online. The registration process will be considered complete only after the payment process.
Merit Based Admission:
Post Graduate Courses:
Admission to various post graduate courses is done on both merit and entrance. 50% of the seats are reserved for the candidates who have graduated from the University of Delhi. For the remaining 50% seats, admission is done on the entrance basis.
Entrance Based Admission:
For admission in BA(Hons)History in Ramjas college there is no entrance tests.It is purely based on merit.They will consider your 10+2 marks.You will have to apply in the common DU portal and pay the application fees
The cut offs will be released and you can take admission once you clear the cut offs.They won't take all your marks ,a best 4 percentage will be calculated .English or any language based subject is mandatory for this calculation. No changes in any of these procedures are notified till the moment.
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