Fees Structure and Courses of Hindu College, Delhi University

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Facilities :

Computer labs Sports Medical Cafeteria Library Hostel Auditorium


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AICTE


University :

University of Delhi - [DU], New Delhi


Institution Type :

Public


Faculty :

Dr. Pradumn Kumar Director 120 Total Faculty

 Courses and Fee Structure

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  • Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] (Electronics) Rs. 17,298

  • Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] (Mathematics) Rs. 17,298

  • Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] (Physical Sciences) Get Fees
  • Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] {Hons.} (Chemistry) Rs. 10,593

  • Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] {Hons.} (Botany) Rs. 10,593

  • Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] {Hons.} (Mathematics) Rs. 15,483

  • Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] {Hons.} (Physics) Rs. 10,593

  • Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] {Hons.} (Statistics) Rs. 16,725

  • Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] {Hons.} (Zoology) Rs. 10,593
  • Master of Science [M.Sc] (Operational Research) Rs. 9,322

  • Master of Science [M.Sc] (Mathematics) Rs. 9,322
  • Humanities and Arts Also see  Top Humanities and Arts Exams
  • Bachelor of Arts [BA] {Hons.} (Hindi) Rs. 14,175

  • Bachelor of Arts [BA] {Hons.} (History) Rs. 14,175

  • Bachelor of Arts [BA] {Hons.} (Philosophy) Rs. 14,175

  • Bachelor of Arts [BA] {Hons.} (Political Science) Rs. 14,175

  • Bachelor of Arts [BA] {Hons.} (Sanskrit) Rs. 14,175

  • Bachelor of Arts [BA] {Hons.} (Sociology) Rs. 14,175

  • Bachelor of Arts [BA] {Hons.} (Economics) Rs. 14,175

  • Bachelor of Arts [BA] {Hons.} (English) Rs. 14,175

  • Bachelor of Arts [BA] (Sanskrit) Rs. 14,175
  • Master of Arts [MA] (Mathematics) Rs. 9,322

  • Master of Arts [MA] (Sanskrit) Rs. 9,322
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    Mandeep B.Sc (Physics), batch of 2019
    26 Dec 2016 Rating :
    FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP:
    • Course fee at Hindu College ranges from Rs. 12k to Rs. 14k per year.
    • The College has always been sensitive to the needs of its students and strives to see that no one is deprived of an education because of financial constraints.
    • The College also rewards meritorious students and motivates them to achieve better results. Towards these ends, the College confers a wide array of prizes / scholarships/ free ships, to undergraduate as well as post graduate students.
    • The College administration emphasizes timely disbursement of financial assistance to all needy students.
    • The College extends these services promptly through the Scholarship, Prize and Fee Concession Committee of the Staff Council so that students can avail maximum benefit.
    • Academic Excellence Awards: In recognition of academic excellence, prizes are awarded to College and University Toppers of various undergraduate and postgraduate Courses, every year, on the occasion of Founder‘s Day. The award of these prizes and scholarships is done through a duly constituted Staff Council Committee i.e., scholarship, prize and Fee Concession committee.
    • Hindu College - University of Delhi 159 All India Entrance Scholarship Examination Delhi University holds a competitive examination in Delhi in the month of October each year for the award of the above scholarships, which are 50 in number. Each scholarship is of the value of Rs. 250 per month tenable for three years for pursuing an Honours Degree Course in the University. The competition is open to students who have passed the S.S.C. Exam (under 10+2 pattern of Education) from the C.B.S.E., New Delhi, or an examination equivalent thereto with 55% marks in aggregate.
    • Academic Prizes – Apart from the above prizes, academic prizes are also awarded class-wise and subject-wise to students on the basis of their results in examinations. 
    Sanjay b.sc program, batch of 2015
    20 Apr 2016 Rating :
    FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP:

     

    • Course fee is around Rs 14000 per year.
    • College scholarship and state govt scholarships are available for the students.
    • Approx 450 students gets scholarships.
    • Yes, loans can be available from sbi bank because its central govt.  bank or delhi govt also give educational loan of Rs 10 lakh.
    Kareena B.Sc (Maths), batch of 2017
    03 Apr 2015 Rating :
    FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP: The college annual fees for all departments does not exceed 10k. Hindu provides scholarships that range from Rs 500 to 5k ,depending completely on the academic performance of students in their respective departments . Other than this , Hindu rewards cash prizes ranging from Rs.500 to Rs.5000 , to students who have fulfilled the academic criterion for the same. It further provides financial assistance to needy students by , buying books , organising counseling sessions for the physically challenged , providing scholarships to the scheduled class / Tribe students etc.
    Arya B.Sc (Geology), batch of 2012
    07 Mar 2015 Rating :
    FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP: The college annual fees for all departments does not exceed 10k. Hindu provides scholarships that range from Rs 500 to 5k ,depending completely on the academic performance of students in their respective departments . Other than this , Hindu rewards cash prizes ranging from Rs.500 to Rs.5000 , to students who have fulfilled the academic criterion for the same. It further provides financial assistance to needy students by , buying books , organising counseling sessions for the physically challenged , providing scholarships to the scheduled class / Tribe students etc. 
    Himani B.A (Hons) English, batch of 2016
    12 Jan 2015 Rating :
    FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP: The college annual fees for all departments does not exceed 10k. Hindu provides scholarships that range from Rs 500 to 5k ,depending completely on the academic performance of students in their respective departments . Other than this , Hindu rewards cash prizes ranging from Rs.500 to Rs.5000 , to students who have fulfilled the academic criterion for the same. It further provides financial assistance to needy students by , buying books , organising counseling sessions for the physically challenged , providing scholarships to the scheduled class / Tribe students etc.
    Gunjan B.A(ECONOMICS), batch of 2016
    26 Dec 2014 Rating :
    FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP: The colleges provides various types of scholarship ranging between 500 to 4000 . There are scholarships for SC/ST/OBC, visually handicapped scholarships, Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan Scholarship, Post Graduate Merit Scholarship etc. Last year 78 students enjoyed fee concession, and 83 students were helped through the Student Aid Fund of the college. The college fee is also very nominal.
    Pooja B.Sc (Physics), batch of 2012
    12 Dec 2016 Rating :
    FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP:
    • Our course fee in Hindu College, Delhi University was approx Rs.7000 per year which have increased in these 4 years now.
    • While mostly every college has a bank branch. Inside Hindu campus, you can find State Bank Of India.
    • Not much idea about scholarships as I did not apply for that.
    Aryan B.Sc (Chemistry), batch of 2016
    18 Nov 2016 Rating :
    FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP:
    • The course fee per year was around Rs.14000.
    • The students who are eligible for INSPIRE scholarship by Department of Science and Technology(DST) could use that to pay for the college.
    • Top 1% of all the students that appear for the 12th standard boards are eligible for this scholarship.
    Nitya B.Sc (Chemistry), batch of 2016
    16 Sep 2016 Rating :
    FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP:
    • The course fee per year was around Rs 14000
    • The students who are eligible for INSPIRE scholarship by Department of Science and Technology(DST) could use that to pay for the college.
    • Top 1% of all the students that appear for the 12th standard boards are eligible for this scholarship.
    Getmyuni User B.Com (Hons), batch of 2016
    26 Feb 2015 Rating :
    FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP: the fee as we know for du colleges is really affordable by everyone.                                                                                
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    Hindu College is recognized as one of the premier academic institutions in the country. It stands tall in public esteem and also in the memories of its alumni, many of whom are now prominent figures in government, business and industry, the media and education. Notwithstanding its name, students from all religions have grown up here and excelled in the chosen areas of their interests, be it academics, sports, or extra-curricular activities.

    Hindu College was founded more than a century ago in 1899, by Late Shri Krishan Dassji Gurwale. In the backdrop of the nationalist struggle against British rule, some prominent citizens including Shri Gurwaleji of Delhi, decided to start a college that would, while being non-elitist and non-sectarian, provide nationalist education to the youth. Originally, the College was housed in a humble building in Kinari Bazar, Chandni Chowk, and it was affiliated to Punjab University as there was no Delhi University at that time. As the college grew, it faced a major crisis in 1902 due to inadequate infrastructure. But fortunately, at this point, Rai Bahadur Sultan Singh generously donated a part of his historic property, (which originally belonged to Col. Skinner) at Kashmere Gate, to the College, thereby enabling it to function there till 1953, following which, it moved to its present location in Delhi University.

    Hindu College was a centre for intellectual and political debate during India’s freedom struggle, especially during the Quit India Movement. This is the only College in Delhi to have a Students’ Parliament since 1935, which in fact, provided a platform to many national leaders including Mahatma Gandhi, Pt. Moti Lal Nehru, Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru, Sarojini Naidu, Annie Besant, Mohammad Ali Jinnah, and Subhash Chandra Bose for motivating the youth. Responding whole-heartedly to Gandhiji’s Quit India call in 1942, the college played a leading role in India’s freedom struggle as some teachers and students of the College even went to prison.

    The College has seen remarkable growth over the years. And, today it is not only one of the most distinguished graduate and postgraduate co-educational institutions in the country, but is also, by many accounts, the college of first choice in Delhi. It boasts of an accomplished faculty of about one hundred and twenty members, and more than two thousand students. The College is also proud of its efficient and very supportive non-academic staff. It offers a number of courses in the Science, Humanities and the Social Science Streams. The College also has a rich collection of books and journals in its library, well-equipped laboratories, the NSS and NCC Rooms, etc. There is also a Students’ Centre that offers the facilities of a seminar room, bank, computer room, stationery shop, and a photocopier, etc. Spread over twenty five acres of land, the College premises are housed in one of the prime locations of the North Campus of the University of Delhi, well connected by road and the Delhi Metro. The college campus is well known for its well-maintained gardens and lovely trees, a vast sports ground, and a men’s hostel which can accommodate nearly 200 students. It also has one of the finest auditoria in Delhi, a state-of-the-art seminar room, and last but not the least, its very own canteen where the eatables can get as sumptuous as the discussions.

    The College provides a liberal, lively and competitive environment enabling students to carve out a niche for themselves in their chosen arenas. Besides the infrastructural facilities, the strength of the College lies in its congenial and enriching atmosphere, which plays a crucial role in maintaining the excellent record the College is renowned for. Generations of students who have been groomed in this College have excelled in different walks of life, with the years spent in the College providing them a solid foundation on which they could craft their success. The College is committed to providing the leadership and direction for the times ahead in every sphere of human enterprise and endeavor.

    Hindu College celebrated its centenary in February 1999, renewing its commitment to the values and goals that it was founded on, and has stood for, since its inception. As part of the centenary celebrations, the Distinguished Alumni Awards were instituted. Since then the Old Students Association (OSA), under the able leadership of its present President, Mr. Lalit Bhasin, an eminent lawyer, has been regularly conferring Distinguished Alumni Awards on those of its alumni who have made significant contributions in their fields. The OSA has evolved into a dynamic and vibrant body. It contributes actively towards the development and cultural activities of the college. The OSA has also begun a newsletter, giving details of its activities. In 2003-2004, the OSA instituted two additional awards, viz. Lifetime Achievement Award and Young Achievers' Award.

    Recently, Hindu college has been awarded the “Star College” status under DBT (Department of Biotechnology), Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of India, in the year 2012. Under this scheme, the college will receive financial support for pursuit of research among the Physical and Biological Sciences. The College also has bagged four innovative interdisciplinary research projects under the University of Delhi “Innovative Research Scheme-2012” to promote research at the undergraduate level.  This involves the students and faculty of the Science Departments.

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    QWhat's the fee structure for B.Sc (Hons) in Hindu College, Delhi University?

    Asked By: JITENDRA,
    A Answer By: Getmyuni

    Hi Jitendra,

    The fee structure for B.Sc (Hons) in Hindu College, Delhi University is given below,

    • Fee per year :: INR 3,530 (Approx)
    • Total fee on completion of degree :: INR 10,590 (Approx)


    For more information regarding fee, please contact the college.

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    QWhat's the fee structure for B.Sc (Hons) in Hindu College, Delhi University?

    Asked By: bhawana,
    A Answer By: Getmyuni

    Hi Bhawana,

    The fee structure for B.Sc (Hons) in Hindu College, Delhi University is given below,

    • Fee per year :: INR 5,800 (Approx)
    • Total fee on completion of degree :: INR 17,400 (Approx)


    For more information regarding fee, please contact the college.

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    QWhat is the fee structure for B.A (hons) in Hindu College

    Asked By: Gaurav,
    A Answer By: Getmyuni

    Hi Gaurav,

    The fee structure for B.A (hons) political science in Hindu College are:

    1st Year - INR 4,725

    2nd Year - INR 4,725

    3rd Year - INR 4,725

    Total - INR 14,175

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    QWhat's the fee structure for B.Com (Hons) in Hindu College, Delhi University?

    Asked By: Ashutosh,
    A Answer By: Getmyuni

    Hi Ashutosh,

    The fee structure for B.Com (Hons) in Hindu College, Delhi University is given below.

    • Fee per year :: INR 5,425
    • Total fee on completion of degree :: INR 16,275

    For more information regarding fee, please contact the college.

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