Hindu College, Delhi University

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Read Student Reviews of Hindu College, Delhi University Academics & Faculty

Mandeep B.Sc (Physics), batch of 2019
26 Dec 2016 Rating :
ACADEMICS & FACULTY:
  • In Hindu college, for a Science student classes start from 8:50 A.M and end by either 3 P.M or 5 P.M depending on the timetable with few breaks.
  • You\'ll be given 2-3 assignments per semester and the same number of tests in each subject. It will count to your 20 marks out of 25.
  • For each subject marks distribution will be 75(theory) + 25 (internals) + 50 (practical if any) So the remaining 5 marks in 25 will be for your attendance which has to be 80+%.
  • The quality of education is great and it\'s the number 1 School of Delhi University for Science.
  • You will get the most helpful and friendly teachers. You may get addicted to some teachers and their teaching style too.
Manik B.A. (Hindi), batch of 2017
08 Apr 2015 Rating :
ACADEMICS & FACULTY: Hindu college is one of the premier institutions of India was established in 1899 and stands tall in public esteem.Tthe college is titled as the most trusted educational institute by a recent survey.The academic year is of 10 months.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 examinations is of semester mode .We had internals once a semester . Internals are divided into 3 parts there are 10 marks for test 10 for assignments and 5 marks for attendance .All the relevant study material is available in library.Teachers are so cool and friendly.The quality of teaching along with practical approach to studies is excellent.
Sonali B.sc Hons Botany, batch of 2015
08 Dec 2014 Rating :
ACADEMICS & FACULTY: Hindu college is one of the premier institutions of India was established in 1899 and stands tall in public esteem.Tthe college is titled as the most trusted educational institute by a recent survey.The academic year is of 10 months.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 examinations is of semester mode .We had internals once a semester . Internals are divided into 3 parts there are 10 marks for test 10 for assignments and 5 marks for attendance .All the relevant study material is available in library.Teachers are so cool and friendly.The quality of teaching along with practical approach to studies is excellent.

Read Student Reviews of Hindu College, Delhi University International Exposure

Manik B.A. (Hindi), batch of 2017
08 Apr 2015 Rating :
FOREIGN EXCHANGE & INTERNATIONAL EXPOSURE: The college dont have partners across the globe but the students had made their significant roles in many renowed universities .Many students are doing their dphd from universities like Oxford.  
Arya B.Sc (Geology), batch of 2012
07 Mar 2015 Rating :
FOREIGN EXCHANGE & INTERNATIONAL EXPOSURE: There exists no foreign student exchange programme in Hindu College. Although , the college's placement cell 'Disha' organises various workshops and events for students regarding the same . 
Himani B.A (Hons) English, batch of 2016
12 Jan 2015 Rating :
FOREIGN EXCHANGE & INTERNATIONAL EXPOSURE:
  • There exists no foreign student exchange program in Hindu College.
  • Although, the college\'s placement cell \'Disha\' organizes various workshops and events for students regarding the same.

Read Student Reviews of Hindu College, Delhi University Fees and Scholarship

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. 
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 Rs. 10k.
  • Hindu provides scholarships that range from Rs. 500 to Rs. 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 for buying books, organizing counseling sessions for the physically challenged, providing scholarships to the scheduled class / Tribe students etc.

Read Student Reviews of Hindu College, Delhi University Placements & Internships

Mandeep B.Sc (Physics), batch of 2019
26 Dec 2016 Rating :
PLACEMENTS & ALUMNI NETWORK:
  • Hindu College has a systematized mechanism of interaction with the industry through its popular societies Disha and Abhyas.
  • Disha - The Placement Cell organizes seminars and workshops on career-related matters and conducts placement sessions from time to time.
  • Some of the organizations that have participated in the Placement Programme are Google, Deloitte, HDFC, KPMG, Maruti, Jaypee, Ernst and Young, Protiviti, DE Shaw, Essar and Royal Sundaram Alliance.
  • Abhyas - the internship cell is specifically dedicated to securing internship assignments for students.
  • The College has an active alumni association many members of which are well placed in industry and continue to maintain formal and informal linkages with the institution.
  • The various departments and societies of the College organize talks and seminars. Few students participate in such placement opportunities and average package is around Rs. 10 lakh.
Parth B.Sc, batch of 2017
10 Jun 2016 Rating :
PLACEMENTS & ALUMNI NETWORK:
  •  Internships is a key factor here because it adds to your CV . I have done internships with stipend ranging from INR 5000 to 8000 per month.  
  • Placement is by examination process. Companies like Google, Facebook visit us.
  • Highest salary package  is around INR 5 to 6 lakhs per year from BSC department. But 98% student don\'t go for placement.
  • Hindu\'s Alumuni\'s are the kindest and greatest. They never forget the importance of this college. Arjun Rampal, Gautam Gambhir and many more people still visit the students.
Ananya B.A. (Political Science), batch of 2017
28 Feb 2015 Rating :
PLACEMENTS & ALUMNI NETWORK: FRIENDS CORNER - THE COUNSELLING CELL, recognizes all students as a valuable "Human Resource". It organizes Interactive Workshops that provide a platform for the students to voice their opinions and discuss topics which interest or concern them. The idea is to spread awareness on key issues, infuse a sense of responsibility and empower the students so that they become responsible, confident and independent individuals, with high levels of self-esteem. Thus, FRIENDS CORNER aims to promote a general feeling of "well-being" among the students and offers personal counseling, if desired, so as to encourage and motivate them to help themselves become efficient and effective individuals DISHA -THE PLACEMENT CELL, while stressing the need for further academic endeavour, provides the students with an opportunity to work, if they so desire. The cell organizes Seminars and Workshops on career-related matters and conducts Placement Sessions from time to time. The organizations that participated in the Placement Programme in the previous years are Google, Deloitte, HDFC, KPMG, Maruti, Jaypee, Ernst & Young, Protiviti, DE Shaw, Essar, Royal Sundaram Alliance, etc.   Students have to get themselves enrolled as members. WOMEN'S DEVELOPMENT CELLWomen's Development Cell (WDC) of the college plays an active role in making the students aware of the problems faced by women and suggest ways and methods for their development in society. WDC sensitizes the college community on issues pertaining to women's rights, gender parity and empowerment. The cell takes the initiative in organising seminars, workshops, debates, street plays, film screening etc. WDC welcomes both girls and boys as members.        

Read Student Reviews of Hindu College, Delhi University College Infrastructure

Mandeep B.Sc (Physics), batch of 2019
26 Dec 2016 Rating :
INFRASTRUCTURE & TRANSPORTATION:
  • Creation and enhancement of infrastructure is an ongoing process in Hindu College. Even though the College has been in the present location for more than sixty years, it is able to cope with pressures of the modern requirements of a teaching-learning institution.
  • The foremost consideration while enhancing infrastructure in the College has been to see that it is optimally functional and that it meets the present requirements of the students and staff of College while being future-proof as far as it can be envisaged.
  • Efforts are being made to maximize the use of ICT to make the campus user-friendly for persons with disabilities, to enhance the physical, mental and emotional well-being of students as well as to accentuate their learning experience.
  • To achieve these ends, considerable brainstorming is done between the Principal and the various Staff Council Committees.
Vrinda B.Sc (Chemistry), batch of 2017
20 Jun 2016 Rating :
INFRASTRUCTURE & TRANSPORTATION:
  • The classrooms are good but sadly they do not have air conditioners.
  • There is a satisfactory Wi-Fi service inside the premises.
  • The canteen is one of the best among the DU canteens with a lot of variety to offer.
  • A new academic block has been built in the college.
  • The college has recently inaugurated its girl hostel whereas the boys hostel has been there for a very long time now. However the seats in hostel are purely based on the marks a student scores. But even if a student doesn\'t get a seat in the hostel, he still has various PG and flat options available which are at walling distances from the college.
Himani B.A (Hons) English, batch of 2016
12 Jan 2015 Rating :
INFRASTRUCTURE & TRANSPORTATION:
  • The campus isn\'t a huge one and comprises of the main building and the adjacent lawns. The classrooms are comparatively small in size at Indian Institute of Technology.
  • There is an auditorium inside the main building and it is can accommodate around 1000-1500 students.
  • The labs are well maintained. The library provides content on almost every topic that a student wishes to search.
  • Wifi is confined to some areas of college such as the college canteen.
  • Commuting isn\'t a problem as there are rickshaw\'s from the metro station to college, that charge Rs.20 per person.
  • Also, because Hindu College is located in North Campus, commuting is not an issue for anyone coming from any part of the city. 

Read Student Reviews of Hindu College, Delhi University Hostels & Food

Kareena B.Com (Hons), batch of 2017
07 Apr 2015 Rating :
HOSTELS & FOOD: On campus, the Hindu College hostel has 117 rooms to accommodate 210 boys having single-, double- and triple-seater rooms. The hostel has a T.V.  Room and a Common Room, containing an internet cafe  as well as areas for chess, nbsp;carrom, andtable tennis. The hostel mess provides three meals a day for the residents. The WUS Health Centre of Delhi University provides 24-hour health care for students.    
Ananya B.A. (Political Science), batch of 2017
28 Feb 2015 Rating :
HOSTELS & FOOD: On campus, the Hindu College hostel has 117 rooms to accommodate 210 boys having single-, double- and triple-seater rooms. The hostel has a T.V.  Room and a Common Room, containing an internet cafe  as well as areas for chess, nbsp;carrom, andtable tennis. The hostel mess provides three meals a day for the residents. The WUS Health Centre of Delhi University provides 24-hour health care for students.
Gunjan B.A(ECONOMICS), batch of 2016
26 Dec 2014 Rating :
HOSTELS & FOOD: Hindu college boys hostel has 117 rooms .Instead of that flats ,hostels and PGs are also easily available near the campus area.. The equally popular hangout point at Hindu College being PAM – Pizzas and More, where students come in-between classes and mostly decide to stay on, and socialise while waiting for sandwiches and burgers which take forever to get ready; but the students do not seem to mind, and much rather act as fielders for the hostel kids playing cricket around the drive. Hindu college has its canteen which provides eating stuff at very reasonable prices.

Read Student Reviews of Hindu College, Delhi University Societies & Associations

Mandeep B.Sc (Physics), batch of 2019
26 Dec 2016 Rating :
CLUBS & ASSOCIATIONS:
  • The faculty members organize special sessions for discussion and problem-solving for the students preparing for various competitive examinations apart from the regular curriculum teaching at Hindu College.
  • Seminars, workshops and interactive sessions with eminent professionals of different industries/ civil services are also organized for student motivation.
  • Reinforcing the strong academic foundation of the College is the rich bounty of cultural societies like ‗Ibtida‘ (Dramatics), ‗Alankar‘ (Classical Music), ‗Srijya‘ (Western Dance), English Debating Society and various others, through which valuable skills, attributes, and talents are nurtured in the students.
  • State-of-the- art sports facilities are also made available to the students. The students are encouraged to actively participate in various national and international competitions and sports tournaments. Generations of students who have been groomed in this College have excelled in different walks of life.
  • The College has produced not only excellent academicians but also dancers, actors, writers, filmmakers, sportsmen and more who have contributed to the eminence of the institute. 
Aryan B.Sc (Chemistry), batch of 2016
18 Nov 2016 Rating :
CLUBS & ASSOCIATIONS:
  • There are numerous societies for different interests like photography, western dance, classical music, debate and a lot more. Every another student is a part of one of more societies.
  • The annual cultural fest of the college, Mecca, is the talk of the campus which has been the host to some of the best artists like Vishal-Shekhar, RDB, Papon, Mohit Chauhan and a lot more.
  • The campus life of Hindu promises you a soothing, energetic, learning experience. Hindu was the best thing that happened to me
Gunjan B.A(ECONOMICS), batch of 2016
26 Dec 2014 Rating :
CLUBS & ASSOCIATIONS: Hindu college provides a platform to talents to grow up. In Hindu there are lots of clubs and association . Imtiaz Ali, dynamic film director started the dramatic society IBTIDA of Hindu College which is known for its performance . Many prominent leaders, actors and many shining stars are origin of this institution. The Hindu College Parliament is the only student organisation of its kind in this country. This is the speciality of our college. It has its own democracy system . There are the following club – cultural club, finance club , e-cell (entrepreneurship cell), women development cell, Friends Corner (counselling cell), Symposium :the Parliamentary Society ,North East Cell Society , Srijiya Choreography Society etc.

Read Student Reviews of Hindu College, Delhi University Social Atmosphere

Manik B.A. (Hindi), batch of 2017
08 Apr 2015 Rating :
SOCIAL ATMOSPHERE: Social atmosphere is quite excellent,and discrimination based on religion,gender and caste etc are not on campus students from different part of country are live together.Kamla Nagar, D-school (Delhi School of Economics) are the most popular places where you find students going to after regular lectures. The Ridge is also popular for people who wish to take a walk or jog. Patel Chest is where people go to get their photo copies done, and is a place of great significance for the students.
Kareena B.Sc (Maths), batch of 2017
03 Apr 2015 Rating :
SOCIAL ATMOSPHERE: There is heterogeneity in Hindu College and one happens to interact with completely different people everyday , which makes college a much better place . One can meet students from other colleges whenever they want to and this flexibility brings in a very warm social atmosphere . Smoking and drinking is prohibited in the campus . The fests , freshers party etc. help students to interact with each other at the personal as well as the professional level.  
Gunjan B.A(ECONOMICS), batch of 2016
26 Dec 2014 Rating :
SOCIAL ATMOSPHERE: For once you are a D.U. kid, life is the ultimate university dream. And campus life at North is only the cream on top of the coffee you always want to have a moustache of. The social atmosphere of Hindu is just amazing. The experience is not less than like international as students not only comes from different states but also from different countries. This atmosphere gives not only good feeling to student who are part of it ,but also teaches how to adapt in high quality of atmosphere. Regular parties and events makes college life worth remembering. Students enjoys the fest of every society and MECCA the annual cultural fest ,which has witnesses the performance of Mohit Chauhan, Papon , Tiska Chopra, DJ Nucleai, Jasline Royal etc. Not only these, Hindu College is known for its special Valentine’s Day Celebration attracted by huge crowd near. V –tree. This also gives a social message to the whole society that “We are not objectifying women and the condoms are used for AIDS awareness and not as an act of desperation and vulgarity”