Bharati College has numerous clubs and societies, from fashion to drama to social and cultural.
Bharati college is known in DU for its grand annual college fest.
My overall experience has been great in this college. I made many memories.
The college infrastructure is good. Since I have passed out of college, many new changes have been made. The new buildings and more A/C classrooms have been added.
Classrooms are spacious and clean. The college has a 2-floor library and huge reading space. Labs and other meeting rooms are all clean and well maintained. A big seminar hall where most of the activities are held.
The canteen is very spacious, and the food quality is very good. You can get anything under 50 rupees, which is the best thing for us as a student.
They have well-maintained and beautiful lawns in the college.
The college timing is from 9 am to 4 pm.
The teaching staff of the college is the best thing about the college; its a very professional and smart way of teaching.
My personal favourites were tutorials and group discussions. We had a flexible and fun classroom experience.
Bharati College, [BC] Delhi Fee Structure. The course fee is about INR 20,000 per annum.
There are so many scholarships that Bharati college provides, which is offered based on student's academic performance.
The college holds various placements and career counselling events every year. I got an internship in parliament house in the third year of my course.
As a political science student, you don't get direct placement, but there are various opportunities to get internships in renowned NGOs, govt organizations, and more.
Students from B.Com and journalism do get direct placements.
Most of the Dehli University colleges follow a merit-based admission system. Every year they release cutoffs for different courses or programs, and accordingly, you can apply to the college.
Bharati college also has a merit-based admission system. They release 7-8 cutoff lists for every course every year. The average cutoff for Political Science is 75%.
Bharati college is well-known for its fashion and dance society in the whole of DU. Apart from this, it has many clubs ranging from maths to quiz. Getting into clubs can be easy but once working it can prove to be troublesome because of the pressure of work which may divert your attention from your studies. You may not get as many options as you get in other colleges of Du when it comes to clubs and the exposure is average.
However, once you are into Bharati college you will get to experience the life of a DU student full of fun and hardships and leniency. The teachers and students there are very friendly and helpful and will not make you feel out of space.
This is the department which disappointed me a lot. When it comes to the faculty of history, it lacks in various departments. If you are a non-Hindi speaker, it makes it very difficult in this college as it is dominated by Hindi speakers in the teaching faculty. Overall, my experience with the faculty has made me to some extent regret my decision of taking admission here. If you are serious about learning and want to pursue the same course as mine then you need to take this into serious consideration.
Bharati College, [BC] Delhi Fee Structure. The fee for my course is Rs 11,000 per year.
Bharati college offers a lot of scholarships to people in need, in terms of merit, both at the undergraduate and graduate levels. The second-year fees got reduced to Rs. 9k again excluding the examination fees which is around Rs. 600.
In my two years of the college experience, I wasn't able to get an internship through my college, however, my college tries its level best all the time to make sure some companies come in and interview and offer internships to students. Unfortunately, the success rate of internships is quite low at Bharati College. Nevertheless, kudos to the placement team who keep giving their 100% to make sure the success rate gets high.
I got my admission on the first cutoff. I scored around 82% best of four and had all the right subjects that did not lead to any deduction, that is, having English, political science, history and psychology. The cutoff was around 78% which was less than the usual cutoff for history Hons, generally, the cutoff goes to 85%. I had to get my mark sheet approved and once they approve you eligible, I had to pay my fees through the college site, fill a form of basic details, and once the fees are paid, you have the admission. Usually, there aren't any entrance exams for honors at Delhi University and luckily I did not have to undergo any entrance exams.
Fees are not much. it's almost 10k per year. Scholarship opportunities are not available
1. The course fee is INR 9000-10000/-. 20% of students get a scholarship. 4. No alumni network.
1. I've been an intern in an advertising agency on a circle rate stipend. 2. Companies like Genpact, Hike, TCS come for the placement for fresher's jobs, project executive etc. 3. INR 3-INR 4 lacs p.a 4. Not much of alumni work ratios 30-40%.
Candidates must have 55% marks in 12 class for admission to the college and there will be CAT exam for students to get admitted to the college or students name in cut off lists who selected to the college.
The admission to Bharati college is on the merit list, it goes till 95 percent, for on the other hand there are many ways a low scorer can get admission through MIL. The college has arts and commerce department including maths and psychology department. And we do have hostel facility and a good canteen service. The faculty is the best.A good sports department with a perfect ground And stuff. The college has many Societies like Advaita, mridang, chilman , Chintan , NSS.. The college has good space, a Healthy environment and good washrooms.
Every course has a society. College life is good. We celebrate all the festivals.
There is a girls hostel and it is something around 50000 for 6 months. Some classrooms even have Air conditioners though it is a government college. There is also a canteen whose food is tasty and affordable.
The teachers are really good here. Study wise the college is good. A method used is both oral and digital.
The fees are 10500 per year. Scholarship options are available for other categories except for general.
I'm currently in the first year and doing an Internship with The rising Bharat which is unpaid.
When I took the admission that is in 2017 in July it was based on the marks I got in boards examination. The cutoffs are high so it'll be better if you apply for all courses at Delhi University. If you clear the cutoff you get admission. You've to get your documents xeroxed as well as the original one to the particular college and then get admission.
In this college, there is a drama society called Chilman and a dance society, named Advaita. For sports, we have a lot of options available.
There is a lot of PGs available around this college. Canteen of this college is not so good. Some of the classrooms are air-conditioned and some are not. Computer labs are available here with the wi-fi facility.
Teachers are well-educated here. We used to get assignments in every semester, around 4 to 5 lectures are conducted every day.
My course fee is INR 8000 per year.
Genpact is the key company for the placements. I haven't offered for any internships yet.
The admission was done on the basis of merit.
There are many clubs and societies in the college.
There is one hostel in the college and the PG's are also available outside the college.
The daily routine is good and the life at the college is good.
The course fee is INR 10,000 per annum and the scholarships are also provided by the college.
I got an internship and we have a good alumni network.
There is no entrance examination and the cut off is generally 90% and above.
There are more than 8 societies and there is a main cultural festival once in a year for the college students and even societies hold separately their cultural fests every year.
There is one hostel in the college and the infrastructure of the college is excellent.
The daily routine was good and the quality of teaching is good.
The course fee is INR 10,000/- per year and I didn't apply for the scholarship so no idea at all but the college has a scheme for students. I don't think a student requires a loan for this course.
I got an internship and the alumni network is strong.
One should have passed the 12th exam and there is no entrance exam.