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Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] Reviews


Sonia
Sonia
Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] (Zoology), batch of 2020
INFRASTRUCTURE & TRANSPORTATION

There is no hostel in our college. The new building of our college is under construction.

The canteen of our college is okay.

Quality of classroom is fine, Labs are good, and WiFi facility is provided by college



Shantanu
Shantanu
Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] (Botany), batch of 2014
10/10
INFRASTRUCTURE & TRANSPORTATION

No hostel facility available. Food is good hygienic. Good traditional infrastructures. WiFi, library and all facilities available. No ragging.



Vishal
Vishal
Bachelor of Science [B.Sc], batch of 2015
8/10
INFRASTRUCTURE & TRANSPORTATION

No hostels but lots of PG' s are available for boys and girls. Quality of classroom are intermediate ANDC are more focussed on studying equipment rather than infrastructure.



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Bachelor of Commerce [B.Com] {Hons.} Reviews


Komal
Komal
Bachelor of Commerce [B.Com] {Hons.}, batch of 2016
8/10
INFRASTRUCTURE & TRANSPORTATION

There is no hostel facility in our college. The students have to stay in PG's near the campus. The canteen food is good. The quality of classrooms, labs, libraries are good.



Ritika
Ritika
Bachelor of Commerce [B.Com] {Hons.}, batch of 2016
7/10
INFRASTRUCTURE & TRANSPORTATION

There are no hostels available in our college, we have to hire PG. The cost of PG maybe around INR 10000 to 12000. The food is of average quality.



himanshu
Himanshu
Bachelor of Commerce [B.Com] {Hons.}, batch of 2018
7/10
INFRASTRUCTURE & TRANSPORTATION

There aren't any hostels in the college premises. However, students can get PG's at affordable rates.



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Acharya Narendra Dev College, New Delhi Infrastructure Details

INFRASTRUCTURE

The college is among the best in the University as far as the laboratory infrastructure is concerned - and as a 'science' college this is of paramount importance. We have state-of-the-art equipments that are used for regular teaching as well as for projects by students and teachers. They are sufficient (and more) number to ensure that each student gets hand-on learning experience in the laboratories.  

Some of the equipments that have attracted attention include UV spectrophotometers, Physiological Data acquisition system (Bio-pack), Fluorescence microscope, ELISA reader, Refrigerated microfuge,  Lyophilizer, Gel Documentation system, Phase contrast microscope, Dot-blot system with vacuum pump, Refrigerated incubator shaker, -20 C Deep Freezer, Gel Electrophoresis (horizontal/vertical), Western Blot, Spirometers, Tissue culture facility, Millipore water purifier, PCR and gradient PCR, Arbitrary Function Generator, Fiber Optic Trainer, Computer based HALL Effect Setup, Amplitude Mod/Demod. Trainer with Spectrum Analyzer, PCB Drafting & Fabrication Setup and Laser Trainer Kits. 

These equipments are used to provide hands-on training to the students who therefore get an opportunity to correlate some of the things taught in their theory classes. Operating these instruments they embark on a steep learning curve as they get to appreciate finer points of research. They are also used by faculty for research.      

Since 2008, when a Supreme Court decision required that seats be increased in colleges to accommodate OBC reservation, the college was forced to construct four port-a-cabins for classrooms.  Two large laboratories were also constructed as laboratories for students of Life Sciences and Physical Sciences. 

In order to satisfy the ever increasing power requirement due to the teaching laboratories and expanding infrastructure, the college has taken the initiative to boost the electrical load from a mere 58 KVA to a whopping 200 KVA making it future-ready.  A new block to house the electric sub-station exclusively for the college coupled with a new H. T. Transformer has already been constructed.   

In association with the National Mission for Bamboo Applications, we have constructed a new canteen block with eco-friendly furniture - the three canteen structures house the kitchen, the student hall and a faculty room. 

The session 2011 was special due to the fully airconditioned Library being available to students.  The large reading room, the excellent Wen Centre and the spaces for teachers and Reserach Scholars makes the Library really special. 

The new Chemistry laboratory have also made practicals in the Chemistry Department much better spaced.  We have also another 125 KW Generator to the one we had.  So power cuts in college are a thing of the past.
 

LABORATORIES

Being primarily a 'Science College' we need to invest a lot in developing our science laboratories.  Each department in the college has well equipped laboratories that are amongst the best at undergraduate level amongst the colleges of University of Delhi. Integrated across, its recently refurnished departmental laboratories and the central instrumentation facilities provide extensive and contemporary facilities for science teaching and research.  Some of the equipments that we have in the college laboratories include:

Gel Documentation System

DOT-BLOT System

UV-VIS Spectrophotometers

UV-Transilluminators

Paper electrophoresis assemblies

Gel electrophoresis assemblies– Submarine and Vertical

Flame Photometers

Conductivity meters

Hot SS air sterilizer

Microtomes

Physiological data acquisition (Biopack)

Deep freezers (-20 C)

Digital multimeters

Digital storage oscilloscopes

Range of sensors and transducers

Laminar Flows (Horizontal)

Autoclaves (Vertical)

Vacuum Pumps

Colony Counter

Orbital Shaking Incubators

Microscopes (Binocular and Monocular)

Fluorescence microscope

Electronic Balances

Refrigerated Centrifuges

Binocular Microscopes with camera and projection systems

Western blot apparatus with power pack

ORCAD for circuit design and simulation

Thermocycler (PCR machine)

Michelson Interferometer

Elliptically Polarization study Setup

Ice Flaking Machine

Digital pH meters

Analog and digital IC Testers

Digital Frequency Counter

LCR & Q Mete

Digital Nano- ammeter

Digital Storage Oscilloscope(DSO)

Arbitrary Function Generator

Data acquisition based digital multimeter

XILINX ISE 9.1i

Digital Trainer

Xilinx System Generator

Advance 8085 Microprocessor Kit

with LCD Display and study cards

8086 Microprocessor Kit

Microcontroller Trainer Kit

Universal Programmer

Spartan II based VLSI Trainer

Spartan 3E based Starter Kit

Computer based HALL Effect Setup

Virtex II based DSP KIT

Amplitude Mod/Demod. Trainer with Spectrum Analyzer

Analog Computer

PCB Drafting & Fabrication Setup

Fiber Optic Communication Kit

Photometer

Modular Laser Diodes

Laser Diodes

He-Ne Laser

Diode Laser

Fiber Optic Trainer

Laser Trainer

 

LIBRARY

The College library that is housed in a spacious hall has more than 26,170 books apart from various journals and periodicals. The library is computerized and all books are bar-coded, which makes its operation smooth and friendly.  The library uses the LibSys software that allows students to have information literally on their finger tips through OPAC - Online Public Access Catalogue.

The College is also connected to the University Library system through the University-wide network. This provides access to students to journals and other materials to which the University subscribes; several library books are also uploaded on the University server.

Students of all courses can issue upto four books for a period of 15 days. Similarly post graduate students are allowed upto 5 books for a month. The college facilitates the students of economically weaker section by issuing them 5 books for the whole semester from book bank section.

To provide an opportunity for students and teachers to make a relaxed selection of books for their personal use and for recommending for purchase for the library, an annual books exhibition is held every year over 2-3 days in September. That even in the age of multimedia, cyber-resources and IT, books have a special place is evident from the overwhelming response of faculty and students to this annual book exhibition. Various reputed publishers like Penguine Books, Prentice-Hall of India, Oxford University Press, Narosa Publishing House, S. Chand, Pearson Education, McGraw Hill, Macmillan, Ane Books, K.L.Malik & Sons, Cambridge University Press, Viva Books,  etc are part of this exhibition every year.

VIDEO CONFERENCE & CONFERENCE CENTRE

ANDC has been selected to be one of the five colleges in the South Campus where nodes for video-conferencing facility have been set up with equipments provided by the University. The facility can be used to share study materials and lectures across various colleges of the university.  The video-conferencing facility is housed in a conference center equiped with all multi-media facilities. It is in the form of a theater with seating facilities prrovided on an inclined plane. It has a giant screen of dimension 8 x 10 feet, a permanent fixed LCD monitor, computers with Internet access  and a good public address system.  Since its inauguration, the center has been a hub of activities of various departments and societies of the college. It is also a convenient venue for the various workshops the college has been organizing from time to time.



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