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Hindu College, Delhi University Admissions 2019

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Application Process for Hindu College, Delhi University Admissions 2019


Application Process - Hindu College, Delhi University 

  • The application for both the UG and PG courses for admission to Hindu College, Delhi University is available online on the Delhi University website.

  • Candidates can select the desired course(UG/PG) on the website online for Hindu College, Delhi University admissions 2019 through the respective online admission portal.

  • Candidates are required to register themselves online using their E-mail address and other personal details which are mainly used for future correspondence.

Application Form - Hindu College, Delhi University 

  • A screen will appear with the user’s registration account details. Applicant should save these details by clicking on the link “Click here to save this information for future reference”, which is a file,“Registration Detail.pdf” that can be saved in the applicant’s local device.

  • Once the registration process is complete the candidate is required to log in to the admission portal using the credentials allotted to him/her.

  •  The entire registration form is divided into nine tabs (sections/pages) and the applicant needs to enter details in each of the sections. The color of the tab indicates the status of the information entered by the applicant, which is as follows.

    • Orange → editable

    •  Green  → completed

    •     Red  → incomplete

  • Applicant needs to furnish the Bank Details for the refund of fee in case of cancellation of admission.

  • The applicant needs to upload the following documents in the last step of the application form fill-up.

    • Passport size photograph of the applicant. The size of the photo should be 2-inch x 2-inch (5 mm x 5 mm).

    • Scanned signature of the applicant

    • Class X certificate/mark-sheet containing Date of birth

    • Self-attested Class XII Mark-Sheet, if the result is announced. (In case the mark sheet is not issued by the Board then the self-attested copy of the Mark-Sheet may be downloaded from the respective board’s website should be uploaded)

    • Self-attested copy of SC/ST/OBC/PWD/KM/CW valid certificate (in the name of the candidate), if applicable or receipt of a request for category certificate issued by competent authority (Admission will not be allowed without the original certificate in the name of the candidate in any circumstances)

    • Self-attested copies of Sports/ECA certificates, if applicable.

    • The applicant will not be able to preview the application and pay the fee, without uploading the mandatory documents.

    • The University will accept self-attested copies of documents/papers provided by the applicants.

    • It is made clear that, if any false attestation /falsified records are detected, the applicant will be debarred from attending any programme/course in the University / or its colleges for the next five years and in addition, a criminal case under relevant sections of IPC (viz. 470,471,474 etc.) may be initiated.

Application Process for Other Courses.

Applicants seeking admission under Foreign Students’ category have to apply separately on Foreign Students’  Registry website .

Admission Process for Hindu College, Delhi University


 Admission Process - Hindu College, Delhi University

  • All admissions to Hindu College, Delhi University are mediated and supervised by Delhi University
  • For the admission in UG in Hindu College, Delhi University the candidates must have secured more marks(in aggregate) than the cutoff percentage in the board examination for admissions 2019.

  • The admission to Hindu College, Delhi University is conducted based on both merit and entrance examination. 

  • The candidates who have cleared the cutoff should appear for the admission in the college. 
  • Candidates should submit the necessary academic credentials on the day of admission to reserve the seat.

  • All admissions are provincial in nature and the management reserves the right to cancel the admission if the student has submitted false records/documents.

Admission Process for Other Courses.

The applicants shall be required to produce the following documents in original with two sets of self-attested photocopies at the time of admission:

  • Class X Board Examination Certificate and Class X Mark-Sheet

  • Class XII Mark-Sheet and Class XII Provisional Certificate / Original Certificate

  • Recent Character Certificate of SC/ST/PwD/CW/KM Certificate (in the name of the applicant ) issued by the competent authority.

  • OBC (Non-Creamy Layer) Certificate (in the name of the Applicant) as in the central list Transfer Certificate from school/college as well as Migration Certificate from Board / University are required from those students who have passed a senior secondary exam from outside Delhi

  • At least two passport size self-attested photographs.

  • The applicants who wish to be considered for admission to various Undergraduate Courses based on merit (for which there is no entrance exam) are required to register online for all categories, including unreserved (UR) / SC / ST / OBC.

  • The applicants who wish to apply under supernumerary categories, namely Persons with Disabilities (PwD), Kashmiri Migrant (KM), Armed Forces (CW) and Ward Quota shall also apply online on the UG admission portal.

  • The registration of applicants seeking admission under Sports/Extra-curricular activities (ECA) categories is through the same UG admission portal.

Eligibility Criteria for Hindu College, Delhi University Admissions 2019


General Requirement for Under Graduate Programs

  • Students should have passed in (10+2) examination with minimum aggregate of 65% marks(subject to change) for Hindu College, Delhi University admissions 2019.

  • The student must have attended relevant subject in board exam.

General Requirement for Post Graduate Programs

  • Candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree in the relevant field applied for PG program for Hindu College, Delhi University admissions 2019.

  • The SC/ST candidates have 5% relaxation marks in eligibility criteria.

Eligibility Criteria for Other Courses.

Eligibility to Science Programmes :

  • The Basis of Selection for Mathematical Sciences/Science/Interdisciplinary & Applied Sciences programmes is listed in Section 25 and Section 26.

  • All the subjects to be included for Basis of Selection (PCM/PCB/PCMB) must have at least 70% theory component of the examination.

  • In case, the subject to be considered does not have 70% theory component and 30% practical component, then the marks of theory and practical only must be converted to 70% and 30 %, respectively on pro-rata basis.

  • These new marks will then be considered for calculation of PCM/PCB etc.

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


praneeth reddy
Praneeth reddy
Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] (Mathematics), batch of 2020
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

*Every year the University of Delhi releases cut off the percentage of each and every course.based upon the percentage of the 12th standard they will calculate the best of 4 subjects if you are eligible to get admission in that particular College. In 2017 the typical cutoffs of Mathematics are 97.5 percentage for general and 96 is the least percentage for the candidate who is eligible for reservation



Garima
Garima
Bachelor of Science [B.Sc], batch of 2020
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process
8/10

The admissions to my course in Hindu College was Merit-based. Like every other Delhi University College, the cutoff list was released at the DU website. The admission procedure was, however, quite hectic. It was greatly marked by long queues of restless students and their parents waiting to get enrolled for the course. But now, after having spent almost a year in this college, I feel, it was all worth it.



Randheer
Randheer
Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] {Hons.} (Physics), batch of 2019
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process
10/10

Well, the admissions in my college are based upon on my marks in class 12. As the admissions are done on the bases of class 12 marks so this makes this type of admission process a bit complex. There are always twelve cutoffs released by the college but most of the seats especially for general people get full after 3 cutoffs.For my course, the cutoff ranges from 97-98% marks in PCM in your class 12 for general people and in languages and in other subjects I(if any) the candidate should have scored at least 60%.During the time of admission, the candidate should present the set of original documents in college for verification, and the admission process begins only after the candidate verifies his documents.



Sohan
Sohan
Master of Science [M.Sc] (Botany), batch of 2016
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process
  • Hindu College is one of the renowned college of Delhi University with a very prestigious reputation. It's the heart of North campus where young minds perish and perceive the knowledge with the utmost perfection and dedication.
  • Basically, admissions are conducted every year in the month of April to may and the criteria are strictly based on Merit and entrance in selected fields of courses.
  • I got admission here in the year 2013 and then also the criteria was based on merit.
  • The proposed cut-offs for this upcoming session might be 10 CGPA (95-98%). The cut off might differ based on the courses and additional eligibility might be checked.
  • There is also quota seats for sportsperson and their admissions are done on the basis of sports trials. 


Mandeep
Mandeep
Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] (Physics), batch of 2019
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process
10/10
  • For admission to various undergraduate courses in Hindu College, students of all categories (Gen/SC/ST/OBC/PwD) fill the pre-admission form, on-line or off-line.
  • Cut-offs decided separately for each category (Gen/SC/ST/OBC/PWD), are displayed on the College Notice Board and Website, University website and in leading newspapers as per schedule.
  • Admission is strictly according to merit, as per the admission policy framed by the University of Delhi.
  • The qualifying examination for the purpose of admission to UG programs is SSSC, organized by the CBSE, the ICSE or any equivalent organization.
  • The typical cutoff for admission in BSc physics is 96-98% (general category).


Pooja
Pooja
Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] (Physics), batch of 2012
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process
9/10
  • Taking admission in Hindu College is always a big fight due to its high cutoffs.
  • Students scoring between 95-99% in their HSC(12th)  are eligible to apply for this college.
  • The entrance exam is only required in a course like English. Otherwise, you only need to score high in your 12th which will lead to taking admission in an extraordinary college Like Hindu.


aryan
Aryan
Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] (Chemistry), batch of 2016
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process
6/10
  • The students with Physics, Chemistry, and Maths in their 12th standard are eligible to take admission in the B.Sc.(honors) Chemistry course.

  • Different colleges of the University of Delhi release their cut-offs for the PCM aggregate and there are limited seats so the admission is on First come first serve basis.
  • The cutoffs vary  every year for each category. For general students in 2013, it was 96.3.


nitya
Nitya
Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] (Chemistry), batch of 2016
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process
9/10
  • The students with Physics, Chemistry and Maths in their 12th standard are eligible to take admission in the B.Sc.(honours) Chemistry course.
  • Different colleges of the University of Delhi release their cut-offs for the PCM aggregate and there are limited seats so the admission is on First come first serve basis. The cutoffs vary a lot every year and for different categories. For general students in 2013, it was 96.3.


sakshi
Sakshi
B.A hons english, batch of 2020
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process
6/10

Students are eligible to apply in the college by the cut off criteria of Delhi University. After the cut off's are out, the student needs to come with all the needed documents to the college's respective department in which he/she wants to take admission. Typical cutoffs are around 90-98%.



srikant
Srikant
Bachelor of Arts [BA] (Economics), batch of 1983
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process
9/10

The eligibility criteria is based on cutoff basis & after cutoff the students have to go to respective colleges of Delhi University in which their cutoff matches. No, there is no entrance exam now a days but the cutoffs are very high goes upto 90.



Discussion Forum



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Asked By Himanshu,

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Placements at of Hindu College, Delhi University

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

  • Disha the Placement Cell, while stressing the need for the further academic endeavor, 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.

Women's Development Cell

  • Women'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 organizing seminars, workshops, debates, street plays, film screening etc. WDC welcomes both girls and boys as members.

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Financial Assistance to Needy Students:

  • Books for needy students.
  • Counseling services for physically challenged students.
  • College fee concessions are given to needy and deserving students on the basis of their performance in the last examination taken. Students desirous of getting concession should apply to the College office on the prescribed form.
  • Scholarship for Scheduled Caste/Tribe students-
  • Students belonging to scheduled castes, scheduled tribes and other backward classes, recognized as such by the Government of India, are awarded scholarship by their respective State Governments.
  • Such students are required to apply to the State Government concerned on prescribed forms through the Principal immediately after joining the College.

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.  


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Asked By mohini,

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Hi Mohini,

The admission procedure for B.Sc in Hindu College, Delhi University is given below,

Eligibilty :: 

Minimum percentage of marks required in any of the examinations recognised by the University of Delhi is :


A) 55% marks in the aggregate of three subjects including Physics, Chemistry 
(i) Biology (for admission to B. Sc. (Hons.) Botany/Zoology)
(ii) Mathematics (for admission to B. Sc. (Hons.) Physics/Chemistry) and passing in one compulsory language (i.e.English).

B) 50% marks in Mathematics and 45% marks in the aggregate of one language and three best elective subjects (out of Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Agriculture, Engineering Drawing, Geography, Computer Science, Economics and Home Science) - for admission to B.Sc. (Hons.) Course in Mathematics.

C) 50% marks in Mathematics and 45% marks in the aggregate, for admission to B.Sc. (Hons.) Statistics.

Admission Procedure :: 

The Basis of Selection for Mathematical Sciences/Science/Home Science courses remains unchanged. However the subjects to be included for Basis of Selection (PCM/PCB/PCMB) must have at least 70% component of theory exams (theory exam does not include internal assessment/continuous evaluation etc.) in the qualifying exam otherwise a disadvantage of 10% of the maximum marks may be levied on each such subject.

  • For admission under the Sports category, the colleges may use their own Sports application forms. The application forms shall be made available by the concerned college. These admissions shall be on the basis of guidelines issued by the University. The guidelines for admission on the basis of sports are outlined in Annexure-II.
  •  The Grievance Committee of the College would be available in the College throughout the admission process. The details of the Grievance Committee members including their contact numbers (Mobile No.) should be put on the College Website and on the College Notice Board.
  • The data of all candidates who are admitted in the College would be updated regularly on the College website. The same would be compiled and sent to the University for Information within a week of last date of admission.
  • Last date for admission to the undergraduate courses will be 14 August 2015.
  • The Special Scholarship Scheme of the Government of India for creation of 2 supernumerary seats for the students of Jammu & Kashmir shall be implemented for all regular three year undergraduate courses. Admission under this Scheme shall be made directly by the college on the basis of the Provisional Admission Slips issued by the All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE) subject to verification of the required documents.
  • The University reserves the right to initiate changes in the courses of study of the undergraduate courses.

For more information regarding the admission, please contact the college.

 
 
 


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Asked By JITENDRA,

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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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Replied By GetmyuniEnterprise

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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