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Hindu College, Delhi University Admissions 2019

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Hindu College established in 1899 by Krishan Dassji Gurwale is one of the oldest and most prestigious colleges in Delhi that is a constituent college of University of Delhi.
The college is ranked ‘2nd’ nationally National Institute Ranking Framework (NIRF) under the Ministry of Human Resource Development (Government of India) as of 2019. The college is known for producing many notable alumni in a wide range of fields such as law, economics, science, psychology, business, literature, media, cinema, military and politics.

 

Hindu College Admission 2019

  • Admissions to Hindu College is through the Centralized Application System of University Of Delhi (DU).
  • For postgraduate programmes, there are two modes of admission: Merit-Based and Entrance-Based.
  •  For merit admissions performance of the applicants in the previous qualifying, examinations are the basis of Hindu College admission.

Hindu College Admission Contents 

Courses Offered By Hindu College

  • Hindu College offers various undergraduate and postgraduate courses in a number of disciplines.
  • B.Com, B.Sc and B.A are the undergraduate courses offered by the college.
  • Postgraduate courses offered by Hindu College are M.Sc,M.Com and M.A
  • In addition to the undergraduate and post-graduate course, the college offers short term courses in languages
  • The specializations offered are listed below. 

 

Courses

Specialization

B.A. (Hons)

ENGLISH

HINDI

SANSKRIT

ECONOMICS

HISTORY

POL. SCIENCE

SOCIOLOGY

PHILOSOPHY

MUSIC

B.SC (HONS)

PHYSICS

CHEMISTRY

BOTANY

ZOOLOGY

MATHEMATICS

STATISTICS

B.SC (PS)

CHEMISTRY

ELECTRONICS

M.Sc.

Botany

Zoology

Chemistry

Physics

Mathematics

Statistics

M.A.

Economics

English

Hindi

History

Political Science

Philosophy

Sociology

Sanskrit

Certification

French

German

Russian

Spanish

 

Hindu College Application Form

  • The admission process of Hindu College is entirely online and is through the centralized application system of DU university.
  • The registration fees are listed below.

         Gen/OBC Category – 500/-

         SC/ST/PWD – 250/-

  • Students can register through DU website by creating an account, filling the required forms such as Parent, Bank, Communication, Academic details etc. Then, they are required to upload a scanned passport-size photo and pay the required fees to complete the registration process.

 

Hindu College Admission Fees 

  • Depending on the course programme and specialization taken, Hindu College fee structure varies.
  • The yearly fees of B.A course are INR 14,790/-
  • The total course fees of M.A is INR 4,856/-

Hindu College UG Admissions

  • B.A,B.Sc,B.Com are some of the undergraduate courses offered by Hindu College.
  • Admissions to undergraduate courses in Hindu College are Merit-based that is based on the performance of the applicants in the previous qualifying examination

Hindu College UG Eligibility 

Course 

Eligibility 

Admission Criteria

B.A(HONS.) ENGLISH

10+2 with aggregate Min: 45%

Merit-Based

B.A.(HONS.) HINDI

B.A.( HONS.) SANSKRIT

B.A.(HONS.) ECONOMICS

B.A.(HONS.) HISTORY

B.A.(HONS) POL. SCIENCE

B.A.(HONS.) SOCIOLOGY

B.A.(HONS.) PHILOSOPHY

B.A.(HONS.) MUSIC

B.COM(HONS.)

10+2 with aggregate Min:45% and Mathematics as a compulsory subject.

B.SC.(HONS.) PHYSICS

10+2 with aggregate Min: 45%

B.SC.(HONS.) CHEMISTRY

B.SC.(HONS.) BOTANY

B.SC.(HONS.) ZOOLOGY

B.SC(HONS.) MATHEMATICS

B.SC.(HONS.) STATISTICS

B.SC(PS) CHEMISTRY

B.SC.(PS) ELECTRONICS

 

Hindu College PG Admissions

  • Admissions to postgraduate courses are based on the performance of students in previous qualifying examinations or the entrance exam conducted by DU.
  • Post-graduate courses offered by Hindu College are M.Sc, M. A and M.Com.

Hindu College PG Eligibility 

 

Courses

Eligibility

Admission Criteria

M.Sc. - Botany

B.Sc or Equivalent Degree with 50%

Merit/Entrance Test

M.Sc. - Zoology

M.Sc. - Chemistry

M.Sc. - Physics

M.Sc. - Mathematics

M.Sc. - Statistics

M.A.- Economics

B.A or Equivalent Degree with 50%

M.A.-English

M.A.-Hindi

M.A.-History

M.A.-Political Science

M.A.-Philosophy

M.A.-Sociology

M.A.-Sanskrit

M.Com

Merit -B.Com (OBC-45% General -50%) Entrance- B.Com ( OBC -65% General -70%)

 

Hindu College Admission Helpline

Address and Contact Details

Phone :

276 7184

Fax :

22766 7284

Email :

hinducol@del3vsnl.net.in

Address :

Hindu College, University Enclave, Delhi, 110007

Hindu College Admission FAQs

  • How do we apply to Hindu College?
     You can apply to Hindu College through the registration portal of Delhi University.
  •  Can I apply if I took Science group in Higher Secondary?
     You can apply for Bachelor with honours provided you fulfil specific eligibility condition and meet the requisite cut off.
  •  Can students who completed their 12th abroad apply for the undergraduate programme?
    Candidates who’ve studied abroad can apply for admissions as long as they fulfil specific eligibility conditions in equivalent examinations.
  • How does one apply through ECA and Sports quota?
    Candidates who qualify for ECA/Sports quota can apply by selecting their relevant option in the application portal of University of Delhi application.

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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
8/10
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

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
10/10
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

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
10/10
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process
  • 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
9/10
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process
  • 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
6/10
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process
  • 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
9/10
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process
  • 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
6/10
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

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
9/10
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

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



Q

What's the admission procedure for B.Sc in Hindu College, Delhi University ?

Asked By mohini,

A
Replied By GetmyuniEnterprise

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.

 
 
 


Q

What is the addmission criteria for bcom in hindu College

Asked By Nikita,

A
Replied By GetmyuniEnterprise

HI NIKITA!

The admission procedure for B.Com is as follows :

3. B.Com. (Hons.)

  • The candidate must have studied and secured a minimum of 60% marks in English and Mathematics for all the categories, to become eligible for admission to this course.

Note:
(a)  The college has facility for instruction only in English. Certain level of proficiency is therefore, needed in the language.
(b) Study of Maths is fundamental to the understanding of various papers of the honors course.

  • The cut-off percentage will be expressed as X% and above in all the lists thereby keeping open the previous lists also.
  • For course details as applicable for academic year 2012-13, refer to the official website of the Department of Commerce, University of Delhi.
  • Regarding the optional papers, Commerce Department of Hindu College will have the discretion to decide about the same.

The students will be divided into three categories below: 
Category A: For students who have studied the following subjects:

  • English-Core, Functional, Elective
  • Maths- Mathematics, Advanced maths, Business maths (as allowed by the University).
  • Commerce / Businesses Studies
  • Accountancy
  • Economics

The best four will be determined on the basis of English and any three of the remaining subjects (2, 3, 4, 5) listed above subject to the same percentage in Accountancy as the main cut-off percentage.

Category B:   For students who have studied the following subjects:

  • English
  • Maths
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Biology

The best four will be determined on the basis of English and any three of the remaining subjects (2, 3, 4, 5) listed above. A differential of 2.5% will be observed vis-a-vis category A.

Category C: For students who have studied English and Mathematics with three academic subjects, the best four will be determined on the basis of any one language (MIL), and any three of the remaining academic subjects excluding:

  • Physical Education
  • Music
  • Dance
  • Home Science
  • Engineering Drawing
  • Fine arts
  • Agriculture

A differential of 3% will be observed vis-a-vis category A.



Q

What is the admission procedure for B.Com in Hindu College, Delhi University ?

What is the admission procedure for B.Com in Hindu College, Delhi University ?

Asked By aditya,

A
Replied By GetmyuniEnterprise

Hi Adithya!

The admission procedure for B.Com is as follows :

3. B.Com. (Hons.)

  • The candidate must have studied and secured a minimum of 60% marks in English and Mathematics for all the categories, to become eligible for admission to this course.

Note:
(a)  The college has facility for instruction only in English. Certain level of proficiency is therefore, needed in the language.
(b) Study of Maths is fundamental to the understanding of various papers of the honors course.

  • The cut-off percentage will be expressed as X% and above in all the lists thereby keeping open the previous lists also.
  • For course details as applicable for academic year 2012-13, refer to the official website of the Department of Commerce, University of Delhi.
  • Regarding the optional papers, Commerce Department of Hindu College will have the discretion to decide about the same.

The students will be divided into three categories below: 
Category A: For students who have studied the following subjects:

  • English-Core, Functional, Elective
  • Maths- Mathematics, Advanced maths, Business maths (as allowed by the University).
  • Commerce / Businesses Studies
  • Accountancy
  • Economics

The best four will be determined on the basis of English and any three of the remaining subjects (2, 3, 4, 5) listed above subject to the same percentage in Accountancy as the main cut-off percentage.

Category B:   For students who have studied the following subjects:

  • English
  • Maths
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Biology

The best four will be determined on the basis of English and any three of the remaining subjects (2, 3, 4, 5) listed above. A differential of 2.5% will be observed vis-a-vis category A.

Category C: For students who have studied English and Mathematics with three academic subjects, the best four will be determined on the basis of any one language (MIL), and any three of the remaining academic subjects excluding:

  • Physical Education
  • Music
  • Dance
  • Home Science
  • Engineering Drawing
  • Fine arts
  • Agriculture

A differential of 3% will be observed vis-a-vis category A.



A
Replied By LeishembaThoidingjam

Firstly fill up the common application of DU. It releases cut offs and if you reach it, then you need to report at the college along with the required documents as per guidelines. Thats it, simple.



Q

What is the admission procedure for B.Com at Hindu College

Asked By Chetna,

A
Replied By GetmyuniEnterprise

Hi Chetna,

For Admissions to Honours in Arts/Humanities/Commerce/Economics:

a. One Language (Core/Elective/Functional)

b. The subject in which admission is sought (lf a candidate does not include the concerned subject whether studied or not in Best of Four in which he/she is seeking admission in the Honours course, then a disadvantage of 2.5 % may be imposed on the calculated Best of Four percentage).

c. Any two other academic/elective subjects as per.

List A.

List A The following Discipline subjects offered by the University of Delhi for admission to undergraduate courses must be treated as Academic/Elective subjects for the purpose of undergraduate admissions. All other subjects offered by different boards may be treated as non-elective. All the Discipline subjects must have at least a 70 % component of theory exams (theory exam does not include internal assessment/continuous evaluation,etc.) in the qualifying exam for the purpose of being treated as academic/elective subject.

  1. Accountancy will be treated as equivalent to Commerce wherever any board is not offering Commerce as a subject.
  2. Biology/Biotechnology and Business Studies will be treated as academic/elective subjects.
  3. Music, and Physical Education will be treated as academic/elective only for Honours in Music and Physical Education, respectively.
  4. In case a candidate has studied both elective and core in any languages, then core language will be treated as language, while elective language can be considered as academic/elective subject.
  5. The candidates must have studied and passed Mathematics at the qualifying exam for admission to Honours in Economics and Commerce.
  6. For admission to Honours in any language course, advantage of 2% in the Best of Four percentage may be given to those candidates who have studied the elective language.
  7. In case, a candidate has not studied the language at qualifying exam and is seeking admission to Honours in that language, he/she may be given a disadvantage of 5% in Best of Four percentage.
  8. For admission to Honours in English and Hindi, the candidate must have studied and passed the respective language in the qualifying exam and has to be included for calculation of Best of Four percentage.
  9. University may define any other relevant subjects as academic/elective for a particular Honours course.

Thank you.



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