According to the rules of Delhi University, if you are eligible for any College according to a particular cutoff and you have not applied for it you will not be given admission to it in that cutoff. But you can apply for college in next cutoff but as you missed your seat in previous cutoff you will be considered as a 'defaulter' and will be called for admission on the third day of next cutoff.
Legacy: The college is pretty, pretty old. Over 300 years to be precise, but under different names. Way back in its time, it was the place for education and spreading of ideas. Stories suggest that even Mirza Ghalib could not be selected to be a professor here, and he stormed out in a bad temper hearing that.
You have a lot of famous people from this college as its alumni. See the number of people who landed up in Pakistan as the main policy makers and leaders post Independence.
Reputation as against other Colleges: If today the college is not considered as reputed as it is supposed to be, its only because of Religion and Politics. Since the people practicing Islam were a minority during the British Regime, and post Independence, neglect and anti-Islam rhetoric was prevalent, creating a deplorable idea about the college, though the college is very secular in its outlook. The reason I feel that is that when Delhi was under a Muslim leader in the 1700s, this college was the hub for knowledge. But as regimes changed, that changed. So yes, Religion and Politics played a major role.
Academics: The college offers 19 courses. Arabic and Persian are one of the few courses that is still considered a big thing here as a pride for the college, but often neglected when one weighs it against the Westernizing narrative. But just to indicate these two languages relevance, when oil-rich countries look for people to work for them in plump positions and remunerations, they mentions these languages as a must. So well, not as bad as it should be, right?
zakir hussain is an average college for bsc maths honours. It is not a very popular college of Delhi University. But if you have low marks and aren’t getting any other college of the university you can definitely go for this college. As this is a college of Delhi University if will provide you ample of opportunities and give you lots of exposure.
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This College is accredited by NAAC (National Assessment and Accreditation Council) A validity is 04 Nov 2021 and the score is 3.12 .
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Accreditation of this College:
- National Assessment and Accreditation Council
Validity : 04 Nov 2021
; CGPA : 3.12
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