Fees Structure and Courses of Sri Venkateswara College, Delhi University, New Delhi

 Benito juarez road, Dhaula Kuan Delhi
University of Delhi - [DU], New Delhi    |     Approved By NAAC

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  • Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] (Life Sciences) Rs. 61,260
  • Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] {Hons.} (Biological Science) Rs. 61,260

  • Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] {Hons.} (Botany) Rs. 61,260

  • Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] {Hons.} (Chemistry) Rs. 61,260

  • Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] {Hons.} (Mathematics) Rs. 51,660

  • Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] {Hons.} (Zoology) Rs. 61,260

  • Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] {Hons.} (Statistics) Rs. 54,660

  • Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] {Hons.} (Physics) Rs. 61,260

  • Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] {Hons.} (Biochemistry) Rs. 61,260
  • Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] {Hons.} (Electronics) Rs. 61,260
  • Master of Science [M.Sc] (Botany) Rs. 37,584

  • Master of Science [M.Sc] (Chemistry) Rs. 37,584

  • Master of Science [M.Sc] (Mathematics) Rs. 37,584

  • Master of Science [M.Sc] (Physics) Rs. 37,584

  • Master of Science [M.Sc] (Zoology) Rs. 37,584

  • Master of Science [M.Sc] (Statistics) Rs. 37,584
  • Humanities and Arts Also see  Top Humanities and Arts Exams
  • Bachelor of Arts [BA] Rs. 42,780

  • Bachelor of Arts [BA] {Hons.} (History) Rs. 42,780

  • Bachelor of Arts [BA] {Hons.} (Hindi) Rs. 42,780

  • Bachelor of Arts [BA] {Hons.} (Political Science) Rs. 42,780

  • Bachelor of Arts [BA] {Hons.} (Sanskrit) Rs. 42,780

  • Bachelor of Arts [BA] {Hons.} (Sociology) Rs. 42,780

  • Bachelor of Arts [BA] {Hons.} (Economics) Rs. 42,780

  • Bachelor of Arts [BA] {Hons.} (English) Rs. 42,780
  • Master of Arts [MA] (English) Rs. 37,584

  • Master of Arts [MA] (Sanskrit) Rs. 37,584

  • Master of Arts [MA] (History) Rs. 37,584
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    Amit B.Com, batch of 2017
    26 Apr 2016 Rating :
    FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP:
    • My course fee is about Rs. 8000 only per year.
    • There are many scholarship opportunities are available to students of our college like scholarship by delhi university, economics department scholarship, and many more.
    • Most of the students who comes under the eligibility criteria get the scholarship. They just need to fill a form and submit an income certificate.
    • I don\'t think anyone need loans because the fees of any course in my college is very nominl. Any student can easily afford to pay his/her fee.
    Abhishek B com Hons, batch of 2013
    25 Nov 2015 Rating :
    FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP:
    • The course fee is around Rs 7000 per year.
    • The scholarship options include merit scholarships and need based scholarships
    • Around 10% of the batch get scholarship
    • Loans are not needed  
    Supratik M.A. (English), batch of 2016
    08 Oct 2016 Rating :
    FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP:
    • The course fee per year though depends on which college you choose is usually around Rs. 13000 per year, all library subscription and exam fees are included in that.
    • There is a small number of government approved scholarships available, however, the scholarship money is abysmally low ranging from Rs. 100 - Rs. 400 per month.
    Akanksha B.Com, batch of 2018
    04 May 2016 Rating :
    FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP:
    • The annual college fees is Rs. 10,000.
    • Scholarship options are from KPMG firms and for specially abled people.
    • Scholarship is very minimal.
    • Loans not required as such for tution fees but for above expenses i.e. pg rent, food, transportation, etc.
    Smridhi B.A. (English), batch of 2018
    20 Apr 2016 Rating :
    FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP:
    • It\'s just Rs 9000 for the whole year and studying in such a respectable college this is something very less. They provide with all type of facilities and also the fees includes the examination fees. Nothing more is charged for the whole year.
    • They do have scholarship programmes too.
    Renuka B.Sc, batch of 2017
    21 Sep 2016 Rating :
    FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP:
    • The course Fee for science courses are Rs 9000-10,000 per year. Everybody can afford it.
    • Scholarship for all first year students are provided.
    • Special scholarship are available for reserved seats students 
    • No need for loan. 
    Kumar BSc, batch of 2017
    23 Dec 2014 Rating :
    FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP: The students who have got scholarships from dignified sources such as DST are given very special preference. Also while in college, students go for different scholarship exam and do well. Our college also provide internship jobs and job of research assistants and funding is provided well enough for carrying out important researches.
    Muskan B.Sc (Maths), batch of 2015
    11 Jul 2016 Rating :
    FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP:
    • The fees is very nominal and is around Rs 8000 per year.
    • There are a number of scholarships available although most of them are for reserved category students.
    • Loans if needed are easily available at most of the banks.
    Arushi B.Sc (Maths), batch of 2017
    09 Jun 2016 Rating :
    FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP:
    • The annual fee at the college is INR 16000/-.
    • The scholarship options are available to financially weak students.
    • The college provides financial aid to all such students. 
    Vishal B.Sc (Physics), batch of 2017
    22 Sep 2016 Rating :
    FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP:
    • The course fees is Affordable. Fees for science courses are in between Rs 8000-Rs 9000 per year.
    • Scholarships are also provided
    • No students loan is needed
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    Fifty years ago, three stalwarts in the public domain, Smt Durgabai Deshmukh, Dr K.L.Rao and Dr C.Anna Rao, transformed their spirited vision and dream to reality in the shape of Sri Venkateswara College. Fired with the zeal of promoting the cause of education, the college was set up at New Delhi under the benign auspices of the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD), Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh in 1961.

    The foundation stone for the construction of a full-fledged building in the spacious 15 acres provided at Dhaula Kuan was laid on August 20, 1961 appropriately and auspiciously by Dr Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan, India's outstanding teacher, scholar and statesman. This year, the College celebrates its golden anniversary with August 2010 ushering in our fiftieth year of pioneering excellence in the field of education.

    The TTD is an autonomous organization managing the affairs of Lord Balaji. While it maintains 12 temples and their sub-shrines, it employs about about 14,000 persons and runs charitable and educational institutions throughout the country. Though the initial objective of starting a college in Delhi was to cater to the educational needs of students hailing from the Southern states of India, this TTD institution soon outgrew its regional character. It has now become one of the most sought after co-educational colleges in India.

    The college has seen tremendous development since its inception. It began functioning modestly in a school building of the Andhra Education Society at Rouse Avenue, New Delhi with 273 students and 13 staff members and moved into its own spacious buildings in Dhaula Kuan in 1971.

     

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