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Hans Raj College, Delhi University Admissions 2019

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The College was founded on July 26, 1948, by DAV College Managing Committee. It was established in the memory of the educator and nationalist Mahatma Hansraj. At first, it was all men's college. It became coed in 1978. It is a constituent college of Delhi University. It offers UG and PG courses in Arts, Science, and Commerce. 

Hans Raj College Admission 2019

The eligibility of the UG courses in Hans Raj College admission 2019 is to be passed in the 12th board exam. The admission is based on the merit of the best of four scores in the 12th exam board.

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Hans Raj College Courses

It offers courses in Arts, Science, and Commerce. Its specializations are English, Hindi, Sanskrit, History, Anthropology, Botany, etc. 

Course Specialization
BA (Hon) English, Hindi, Sanskrit, History, Economics
B.Sc (Hon) Computer Science, Mathematics, Anthropology, Botany, Zoology, Chemistry/Physics, Electronics, Geology,
B.Sc (Prog) Physical Science with Chemistry, Physical Science with Computer Science, Life Science
MA English, Hindi, Sanskrit, History, Economics
M.Sc Anthropology, Botany, Chemistry, Geology, Mathematics, Operational Research, Physics, Zoology

Hans Raj College Application Form

Here are steps for enrolling in the College. 

  1. Go to the admission portal of the University
  2. Download and Printout the form
  3. Go to the respective departments for further process
  4. After eligibility check and verification of the documents by the admission in charge
  5. Fill the form and submit the form.

Hans Raj College Admission Fees

The fee structure of BA (Prog) is INR 20,545. For BA (Hon) the Hans Raj College fee structure is INR 20, 945. For B.Sc (Hon) in Electronics, Anthropology, Zoology, Geology,  Botany, and B.Sc (Prog ) in Life Science the total fee is INR 24,515.

Hans Raj College UG Admission 2019

It offers specializations in Arts, Commerce, Science. The specializations are Anthropology, Botany, Zoology, Hindi, English, Sanskrit, etc.

Hans Raj College UG Eligibility

The eligibility is to be passed in intermediary with a minimum percentage in total aggerate. The admission is based on merit.

Course Eligibility Admission Criteria
BA (Hon) English, History, Economics 12th pass with 45 % marks in total.
Admission Based on merit
BA (Hon) Hindi, Sanskrit 12th pass with 45 % marks in total also who score 40 % marks in total and 50 % marks in the subject are also eligible
BA (Prog) 12th pass with 40% marks in total
B.Sc (Hon) Computer Science 60% marks in total in 12th or more marks in Mathematics
B.Sc (Hon) Mathematics 50% marks in Mathematics and 45 % marks in total in 12th
B.Sc (Hon) Anthropology/Zoology/Botany 55 % marks in total with Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology in 12th
B.Sc (Hon) Chemistry/ Physics, Electronics 12th pass in PCM with 55% marks in total and 50 % marks in one compulsory Language
B.Sc (Hon) Geology 12th pass in Physics, Chemistry, Maths/ Geology/Biology/Biotechnology/Geography with 55 % marks in total and 50 % in language
B.Sc (Prog) Physical Science with Computer Science, Chemistry 45 % marks in total in 12th with Physics, Chemistry/Computer Sciences, Mathematics.
B.Sc (Prog) Life Sciences 12th pass with 45 % marks in total with Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology
B.Com (Hons.) 45 % marks in total in 12th exam

Hans Raj College PG Admission 2019

The college offers PG courses in Arts, Science, and Commerce. The duration of the courses is 2 years. Its specializations are English, Hindi, History, Chemistry, Anthropology, Botany, Zoology, Computer Science, etc. 

Hans Raj College PG Eligibility 

For Pursuing PG courses one needs to have a bachelor’s degree in any respective field with a minimum of percentage marks in total. The admission is based on the guidelines given by the faculties of the University.

Course Eligibility Admission Criteria
MA English BA (Hon) in English with 60 % marks in total
Admission Based on merit
MA Hindi BA (Hon) in Hindi with 65% marks in total
MA History BA (Hon) in History with 60 % marks in total
MA Sanskrit BA (Hon) in Sanskrit with 60 % marks in total
M.Sc Chemistry, Anthropology, Botany, Geology, Mathematics, Physics, Zoology B.Sc Degree in a respective subject with 60% marks in total
M.Sc Computer Science Bachelor's degree in Maths/Computer Science/ Operations Research/ Statistics with 55 % marks in total
M.Com B.Com degree with 65 % marks in total

Hans Raj College Admission Helpline

Hans Raj College Contact Details
Address Mahatma Hansraj Marg, Malkaganj, Delhi 110007 India
Email.Id prinicipal_hrc@yahoo.com, prinicipal@hansrajcollege.ac.in
Fax no 91-11-27666338
Phone no 91-11-27667747, 91-11-27667458

Hans Raj College Admission FAQS

  • What are the courses for BA (Hon) in the College?

-The courses of BA (Hon) are English, Hindi, Sanskrit, History, Economics.

  • What are the courses and eligibilities of B.Sc in College?

-The college offers both B.Sc courses that are B.Sc (Hon), B.Sc (Prog). The specializations of both courses are Computer Sciences, Mathematics, Anthropology, Botany, Zoology, Chemistry/Physics, Electronics, Geology, Physical science with computer science, chemistry, Life Sciences. The eligibility is to have a minimum percentage of marks in total in 12th exam.

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Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process 2019 for Hans Raj College, Delhi University Reviews


Shreya
Shreya
Bachelor of Commerce [B.Com] {Hons.}, batch of 2020
9/10
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

Hansraj College is one of the biggest constituents of Delhi University and is currently ranked as the second-best college in the Delhi University (as per NAAC rating 2017). In order to get admission in this college, the students need to clear the cutoff which is published by the college. Usually, for popular courses like BCom(H), Eco(H), etc the cutoff is pretty high like around 96-98% for general Category students. A major portion of the admission procedure has been made online by the University of Delhi. Eligibility: Meeting cutoff list (Class 12th percentage).



Sofia
Sofia
Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] (Botany), batch of 2019
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process
  • Eligibility criteria for taking admission in Hansraj college is that students should be passed in science subjects like-botany, Zoology, Microbiology, Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Biotechnology. Moreover, 55% or more marks in aggregate of 3 subjects in physics, chemistry, biotechnology/biology is required and one compulsory language (i.e. English) with 50%.

  • No entrance exams were there and the selection will be made on the basis of 12th marks in aggregate of 3 Science subjects.

  • The cutoff is high nearly 87% to 94%-95%.


saru
Saru
, batch of 2017
5/10
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

Students take their admission on the basis of 10+2 examination's marks. However, there are certain courses for which entrance examination is conducted. B.Sc. Life Sciences is not one of those courses. Students can acquire direct admission to this course, based on their percentage in 10+2 examination. The form can be filled offline as well as online. The college releases it's cutoff marks in the 1st or 2nd week of June. The cutoff for life sciences is 94% to 95% for the general category and 87% to 93% for other category students.



shiwali
Shiwali
Bachelor of Arts [BA] (English), batch of 2015
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

Hello friends, I have graduated from Hansraj college with B.A. English ( Hons).I took admission in this college in 2012.since it's a Delhi university college so the admission procedure included two models during that time that is - direct admission( through cut-offs) and indirect( through entrance exam "cate"- combined aptitude test for English).In Hans raj, I got admission through direct mode as the "cate " was not compulsory to take admission into b.a. English ( Hons).For this program, the cut-offs very very high.for the general category, it was around 97℅ marks in class 12 plus 98 marks in English individually.for BBC, it was around 96℅ in class 12 plus 96 in English separately. And for sc/ st others it was 92℅ plus 90 marks in English .at that time the no. Of cut, offs issued for this course was around 4-5 in this college .the last cut off being 5 th one.n the cut off was :-general (admission closed till 3 rd cut off.) ,ABC( 85.5 in class 12 plus 94 in eng. Individually),sc/st(77 or 80 something in class 12 n 94 in English separately).during that tym there were many cut-offs unlike today .but I was lucky enough to get admission into this college in the third cut off itself.actually, I got admission into rajas college in the first cut off but my dream college was Hans raj so I did not miss the chance to grab that opportunity.the college is full of enthusiasm n the best part about college is its faculty.yes, !! The teachers are quite friendly and the atmosphere of the college is really very nice.currently, many changes or you can say many improvements have been made into this college.which includes following- renovation of an office building ., library .expansion of canteen ( in terms of menu, many new dishes being introduced which are relished by the students). A new gym has been inaugurated.transport facility have been provided to the students to travel from metro to college n vice versa by the way of introducing cycles in the college and this doesn't end here.the college is a " celebrity point" ,as the college witnesses the arrival of many celebrities like Akshay Kumar,shah rukh khan ,the latest being the sports celebrity Mr Injeti Srinivasan (SAI ,chief of India) who has promised to build a new badminton hall and a new swimming pool in the college. Also, there are many societies in the college according to the interest of the students - dance society, enabling unit( for ph students) drama society n so on..the college is a representative of many national n international sportsmen. So the college is a combo pack of studies, sports, entertainment, and does its best to make a student an all rounder by developing the students' personality in all aspects of life.my three years were the same combo pack.so good luck for your admissions too!!:-)



Surender
Surender
B.Sc life sciences, batch of 2014
8/10
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process
  • Hansraj College is situated in North Delhi district at Kamla Nagar. The college is affiliated with Delhi University. Hans Raj College is one of the largest constituent colleges of the University of Delhi. This co-educational Institute offers education in all the three streams like arts, science, and commerce.
  • The College has been ranked amongst the Top-10 in Science and the Top-6 in Arts and Commerce Colleges of India several times in the last decade or so.
  • The eligibility criteria for getting admission is to pass the 12th standard.
  • The entrance is organized by Delhi University at all India level and on the basis of rank, college is allotted to student although the process of admission is easy.
  • The cut- off for my courses will raise to 90-95% in best four including the English language. If anyone can fulfilling these requirements, then he/she will become a part of Hansraj family. 


Harsh
Harsh
Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] (Computer Science), batch of 2019
7/10
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process
  • Eligibility criteria for getting admission in Hans Raj College is that the candidates need to have qualified 12th Board Exams with Mathematics, one language and two other subjects listed as academic subjects securing at least 60% and more marks in Mathematics or a least of 55% marks in aggregate of four subjects including Mathematics, one language and other two subjects listed as academic subjects by the respective boards.
  • The selection for admissions in these programs will be based on the calculation of aggregate marks in fours academic subjects including Mathematics and one language.
  • Moreover, the candidates who have studied Physics, Chemistry/Computer Science and Mathematics will be offered a 5% of additional weight age in the ‘Best of Four’ calculation.
  • The typical cutoff is for general it is more than 97%, for OBC it is more than 95%, for SC it is more than 93%, and for ST it is more than 91%.


akash
Akash
Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] (Mathematics), batch of 2018
7/10
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process
  • The eligibility criteria and admission procedure are totally based on cutoffs which are released at the beginning of the session for first years.
  • There is no entrance exams are conducted for admission in this course at Hans Raj College.
  • Cutoffs are generally above 97% for General and about 95% for OBC and about 94% for SC/ST. 


aruna
Aruna
Bachelor of Commerce [B.Com] {Hons.}, batch of 2018
7/10
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process
  • The eligibility criteria and admission procedure are totally based on cutoffs which are released at the beginning of the session for first years.
  • There is no entrance exams are conducted for admission in this course at Hans Raj College.
  • Cutoffs are generally above 97% for General and about 95% for OBC and about 94% for SC/ST. 


Chetan
Chetan
Bachelor of Arts [BA] (Economics), batch of 2016
10/10
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process
  • Eligibility criteria for joining the Hans Raj College, Delhi University is passing the 12th standard.
  • The cut-off is based on category like for General it is 96%-92%, OBC is 95%-90%, SC is 95%-86%, ST it is 90%-80%.
  • There are usually five or six cut offs in line with the vacant seats. The general seats close by the second cut off.



Payal
Payal
Bachelor of Commerce [B.Com] {Hons.}, batch of 2018
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

The eligibility criteria is

  • score 95+ % make sure you get 97% if you are from general category
  • do opt for mathematics, maths is important for honors course in DU

admission procedure for b.com hons

  • after your result
  • register yourself at du web site i.e, www.du.ac.in
  • then wait for cut offs 
  • visit the targeted college web site 

For b.com hons there is not as such any entrance exam so chill

Generally cut offs are very high maximum it can be 100 % or minimun 90%

but wait take a deep breathe it the extreme case its generally 92-98% for OBC and General cateogry



Discussion Forum



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Msc botany admission

What is the eligibility for admission in msc botany at hand Raj college? And what is the cut off marks for the same?

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What is the admission process in Hans Raj College, Delhi University

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ADMISSION PROCEDURE AT COLLEGE


Note :
1. Forms incomplete in any respect will be rejected.
2. Seeking admission on the basis of false identity, misrepresentation or by submitting false certificates/documents in unlawful and will cause cancellation of admission. Such cases may be reported to the police.



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What is the fee structure for btech in Hans Raj College, Delhi University

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ADMISSION PROCEDURE AT COLLEGE


Note :
1. Forms incomplete in any respect will be rejected.
2. Seeking admission on the basis of false identity, misrepresentation or by submitting false certificates/documents in unlawful and will cause cancellation of admission. Such cases may be reported to the police.

 

EXAMINATIONS RECOGNIZED BY UNIVERSITY OF DELHI


1. Senior School Certificate Examination (Class XII) of the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi, or an examination recognized as equivalent thereto.
2. Pre-University Examination/ Pre-Medical Examination (2 years after 10 years of schooling) of an Indian University recognized by the University of Delhi.
3. Intermediate Examination of an Indian University/ Board or an Examination recognized as equivalent thereto.
4. Indian School Certificate Examination (12 years) of the Council of Indian School Certificate Examination, New Delhi.
5. General Certificate of Education Examination of U.K. Pass in five subjects at ordinary level and at least two at the advanced level. These two advanced
level courses may either be chosen from among the five ordinary level subjects or from outside this group as prescribed by the University of Delhi. If the GCE certificate mentions grades, these will be treated at par with the grades of the ISCE for the purpose of admission requirements.
Note:
1. Applications from students who have not passed from the above mentioned examination bodies may be considered if accompanied by an Eligibility Certificates issued by the University of Delhi.
2. Students passing an eleven year school examination are not eligible for admission to undergraduate courses in the University of Delhi.

 

Admission through University/ Faculty/ Department
Admission to M.A. / M.Sc./M.Com. classes is made through the relevant University faculty.



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What is the Admission criteria for BA in Hans Raj Colllege

Asked By Kajal,

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HI KAJAL!!

 

ADMISSION PROCEDURE AT COLLEGE


Note :
1. Forms incomplete in any respect will be rejected.
2. Seeking admission on the basis of false identity, misrepresentation or by submitting false certificates/documents in unlawful and will cause cancellation of admission. Such cases may be reported to the police.

 

EXAMINATIONS RECOGNIZED BY UNIVERSITY OF DELHI


1. Senior School Certificate Examination (Class XII) of the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi, or an examination recognized as equivalent thereto.
2. Pre-University Examination/ Pre-Medical Examination (2 years after 10 years of schooling) of an Indian University recognized by the University of Delhi.
3. Intermediate Examination of an Indian University/ Board or an Examination recognized as equivalent thereto.
4. Indian School Certificate Examination (12 years) of the Council of Indian School Certificate Examination, New Delhi.
5. General Certificate of Education Examination of U.K. Pass in five subjects at ordinary level and at least two at the advanced level. These two advanced
level courses may either be chosen from among the five ordinary level subjects or from outside this group as prescribed by the University of Delhi. If the GCE certificate mentions grades, these will be treated at par with the grades of the ISCE for the purpose of admission requirements.
Note:
1. Applications from students who have not passed from the above mentioned examination bodies may be considered if accompanied by an Eligibility Certificates issued by the University of Delhi.
2. Students passing an eleven year school examination are not eligible for admission to undergraduate courses in the University of Delhi.

 

Admission through University/ Faculty/ Department
Admission to M.A. / M.Sc./M.Com. classes is made through the relevant University faculty.

 

Foreign Students


Admission of foreign students is handled by the Foreign Student's Adviser, Foreign Students' Registrar, Faculty of Management Studies, University of Delhi. No foreign student is admitted by the College unless he/she produces a letter from the foreign Student's Adviser, University of Delhi, regarding his/her eligibility.

 

GEN/SC/ST/OBC/PH Students


After declaration of the cut-off lists, the student will need to report to the College for admission within the stipulated period specified in the admission schedule. The student is then required to fill the College admission form and the University enrolment form. The student would get his/her documents verified and pay their admission fees.

 

The applicants shall be required to produce following documents in original with two sets of self-attested photocopies at the time of admission:
1. Class X Board Examination Certificate
2. Class X Marks-Sheet
3. Class XII Marks-Sheet
4. Class XII Provisional Certificate/ Original Certificate
5. Character Certificate (recent)
6. SC/ST Certificate (in the name of the candidates) issued by the competent authority
7. OBC (non-Creamy Layer) Certificate (in the name of the Candidates) issued by the competent authority
8. Transfer Certificate from school/ college as well as Migration Certificate from those students who have passed senior secondary exam from outside Delhi
9. At least two passport size self-attested photographs.
The University will accept self-attested copies of documents/ papers provided by the students. It is made clear that if any false attestation/ falsified records are detected, the student will be
debarred from attending any course in the University/ or its Colleges for next five years and in addition, a criminal case under relevant sections of IPC (viz.470,471,474 etc.) will be instituted against him/ her.



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What is the admission procedure for BSc in Hans Raj College, Delhi University ?

What is the admission procedure for BSc in Hans Raj College, Delhi University ?

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