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Master of Arts [MA] Reviews


Adarsh
Adarsh
Master of Arts [MA] (Economics), batch of 2017
9/10
INFRASTRUCTURE & TRANSPORTATION

There is a lot of hostel in DU campus. The hostel fee is also minimum. The infrastructure is best in whole DU Colleges.



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Master of Business Administration [MBA] Reviews


Vipul
Vipul
Master of Business Administration [MBA], batch of 2016
8/10
INFRASTRUCTURE & TRANSPORTATION
Average facilities are provided as it is a govt. funded institution. Delhi School of Economics has The Ratan Tata Library in it. Mode of transportation is Easily available.


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Delhi School of Economics, [DSE] New Delhi Infrastructure Details

Infrastructure

Ratan Tata Library

Considered one of the best equipped libraries in Economics and allied fields in Asia, the Ratan Tata Library has a wide ranging collection of literature on social sciences and business material, serving as a rich resource pool for the students and faculty. The library also serves its purpose of helping in a ross-disciplinary approach to the subject.

The library has a total collection of over 1.83 lakh books, 1.20 lakh bound periodicals excluding 200 e-journals and about 60 e-resources, annual reports of 1,000 joint stock companies, State and Central Government publications and 15,000 publications of the UN and its agencies. The library is fully air-conditioned with access to OPAC (ecatalogue), WebOPAC (online catalogue accessible through internet across globe), internet and e-resources on 64 terminals placed in e-library out of which 2 terminals has exclusively been setup for the visually and physically challenged. The seating capacity is around 250. The library is a designated repository of UN publications.

The library has a total collection of over 1.83 lakh books, 1.20 lakh bound periodicals excluding 200 e-journals and about 60 e-resources, annual reports of 1,000 joint stock companies , State and Central Government publications and 15,000 publications of the UN and its agencies. The library is fully air-conditioned with access to OPAC (ecatalogue), WebOPAC (online catalogue accessible through internet across globe), internet and e-resources on 64 terminals placed in e-library out of which 2 terminals has exclusively been setup for the visually and physically challenged. The seating capacity is around 250. The library is a designated repository of UN publications.

Computer Centre

The Masters Programme lays emphasis on developing quantitative and analytical skills. These are honed at the Computer labs of the Centre for Development Economics, where students receive training in application of computers to data analysis and economic modeling using specialized econometric packages such as SPSS, Stata, E-views, Shazam, Gauss, RATS, LIMDEP, Mathematica, MICROFIT etc. The CDE also provides access to a number of databases and journal repositories.

State Of The Art Lecture Theatre

A significant element of the academic infrastructure is the sound proof and air conditioned lecture theatre with state-of-the-art audio-visual support system. This was inaugurated by the Former Vice Chancellor of University of Delhi, Professor Deepak Pental on 16th July 2009.

Swami Vivekananda Hall

The newly renovated Swami Vivekananda Hall with first-rate audio-visual facilities and plush seating arrangement, adds grandeur to the already admirable infrastructure at DSE. Professor V.K.R.V. Rao, founder of Delhi School of Economics was inspired by Swami Vivekananda's mission to serve the poor and the downtrodden. Professor V.K.R.V.Rao thus had a vision to create an institution which would produce students who would play an important role in the economic development and social progress of the country.

The Swami Vivekananda Hall at the Delhi School of Economics stands tall as a testimony to the same idea. The following prayer of Swami Vivekananda which deeply inspired Prof. Rao is a part of Hall, and continues to inspire us every day: “May I be born again and again, and suffer thousands of miseries so that I may worship the only God that exists, the only God I believe in, the sum total of all souls – and above all, my God the wicked, my God the miserable, my God the poor of all races, is the special object of my worship”.


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