Eligibility criteria and admission procedure of our course is marks of class 12 top 3 subject
There are various cultural, dance, drama societies which offer a lot of fun. See the annual fests in colleges are like the main festivals for the campus -Life in college will be good when will have some good friends in a group
Dyal Singh College, [DSC] Delhi University, New Delhi Fee Structure. The course fee is about INR 12-15k. There are various scholarships available to students which they can pursue is mid breakers
Not yet -Toi/ET/ -DONT KNOW -Our college does not have any strong alumni network as the graduates are not influential people
Eligibility criteria is based on your 12th score and subjects that you have in 12th standard -For Bcom course admission is direct on the basis of marks and not on the behalf of an entrance examination -Cutoffs are bit typical as they are highly influenced by the reservation system
The clubs and departments of the college are highly active. Many events and competitions are organized all around the year. Even the cultural fest is worth attending.
No there is no hostel facility but there is a residential area in about 1-2 km of the college for students. You can search for pg or flat nearby college. Food in the college canteen is average and it's not that must cost you will get a meal at an average of 50 rupees. The classroom is old-fashioned, there is no wifi for the student in the campus.
Being a part of the University of Delhi, the courses offered are highly economical and subsidized. Scholarships are offered to some people belonging to a specific income group.
I haven't done any internship. One of my friends was doing an internship and he was getting a stipend of 4000 a month. Alumni network is good.
There was no entrance exam, you just need to visit some specific college of Delhi University for form. If we talk about cutoffs minimum cutoff for my course was 92% at the 7th list.
Each department has their own societies. Other than this, there are music clubs, dance clubs, NCC, etc. The college holds its fest every year besides the many fests of the separate departments. Extra-curricular activities happen from time to time, with students enjoying the well-made amphitheatre. Overall, the atmosphere was very cool, casual and nice.
Sadly, there are no hostels. There are PGs and rents in the vicinity with prices ranging from INR 7000-INR 10000 per month. The college computer department provides wifi facilities to the students. Get yourself enrolled in the basement lab and you'll be provided with your own wifi password. They have a validity of 3 months.
Classes usually start at 8.30 am in the morning with some course having classes till 5.30 pm in the evening. Dyal Singh Teachers are great! Most of them are highly experienced people in their fields. You'll love the college teaching atmosphere.
Course fee varies from course to course. B.A. English is less than INR 10000 per year.
Placements opportunites happen in the college. There's a DYAL SINGH PLACEMENT CELL which gives you latest updates regarding internship opportunities. You have to subscribe via email to the newsletter service.
You have to apply to the Delhi University when the admission forms come out and wait for the cutoffs to be made available. I got my admission in the 2nd cutoff.
Rotary club ,scout and guide club are there Easter is main festival Gently best for student.
There are 4 hostels 500 per month Good pgs for student food is available Better to cook Good quality.
3:00 pm to 8:00 pm. timings for us too hard Best teachers available for students.
INR 16000 No scholarship 20students No need of loans If needed it is from axis Bank.
I don't have any type of internships Luthra and Luthra, Bajaj is key companies which hire applicants INR 15lac per year package given to them 95% and above get placement.
12th pass out from recognised CBSE board with commerce or science stream Fill application form by Delhi university site link is attached to it Cut off is truly high above 85per cent.
Societies are very good, helping and are very active infests and other events. Many societies collab with others too.
Infrastructure is very good and vast. Ample of space. Also, there are a rose garden +basketball court 2 grounds.
Class timings are 8-9 am 12-1 p,m. Project and assignments are submitted during practicals.
Fees for Bcom INR 12000. There are various scholarships. All the notifications are provided for them on website.no loans needed.
Currently I am in first year so, i don't know much about placements. But according to my colleagues ,placements are not very bad .they are only Okay actually.
The admissions for b.com (h) were on merit basis. The procedure was quite simple. We had to take admission from office then submit it with the documents to the allotted teacher for admissions according to course. All my queries were also soughted there by teachers.
There are as many as 8 Societies in college ranging from Dance, Music, NCC, NSS, fashion society, writing society, Debating society, placement cell. There are some new societies formed like Bhangra society, Women Development Cell etc
It is the biggest college in whole Delhi University. However, there are no hostels for students but near to the college, There are various P.G and flat facilities. However food quality is very good and cheap.
Class Timings are from early morning 10:00 Am to ending most probably at 3 to 4:00 pm.
Fees are very reasonable. It is Different for different Courses starting from INR 7000-INR 16000.
Dyal Singh College the 8th best college of India. Its one of the largest college in Delhi University. The admissions are merit-based as usual with all other regular colleges of Delhi University.
Apart from ECA societies like roots( music society),astitva( drama society),zest(dance society) there are a number of other societies like enactus, gender development cell, environment society etc. Our college organises a yearly College fest called priyadarshini moreover each department organises it's own fest in the month of Feb and March. College life is great if you have the right friends.
Our college does not have hostel facilities which make it is a not so preferable College for students coming from outside Delhi. the food of the canteen is above average but other options like Maggi point is also there. One can easily find PG nearby at South extension, lajpat nagar or govindpuri at very cheap rates.labs and libraries are well maintained.
Classes start from 8:00 am or 9:00 am depending upon the subjects and courses. Our college follows the CBSE curriculum. The quality of teaching is good as some teachers use innovative methods to teach and help students grasp a concept. I am involved in a lot of extra-curricular activities which helps me interact with lots of students of other departments.
The Course fee is a minimal INR 7000 plus examination fees. A lot of scholarships are granted from UGC as well as funds from Dyal Singh College. The education is really pocket-friendly and save students from heavy loans.
The placement cell of college is very active, helpful and supportive and they are one of the best things about the College as they provide the students with various Internships of diverse portfolios with and without stipend.
Admission in any Delhi university College happens through the cut off lists with cutoffs starting from 96% and continuing till 90%.
There are a lot of societies in this college and if interested, you can apply and clear the selection procedure. Each society has an annual fest and college annual fest is nice with at least one celebrity coming each year.
There is no hostel in this college, but people take PG or live in nearby flats at affordable rates. College canteen is okay and very cheap. Infrastructure is old but not that bad.
Academics are good here, nothing to complain. Teachers are really experienced and try to teach as good as they can.
As it is a government college, fees is pretty low, so I don't think anybody needs scholarship to pay fees.
The placement cell of Dyal Singh college is good. Nice companies come for internship and recruitment here. Placement cell team is really hard working and they try to ensure that everybody gets nice internship/recruitment if interested.
There is no entrance exam for Mathematics honors. You just have to get a decent percentage on your 12th boards and come under cut-off to get the admission.
The fees are very nominal around 15k for the whole year. There are no criteria for the scholarship. It is a govt college offers affordable education.
There was no entrance exam. Admission was purely on merit basis with the first cutoff going as high as 96%.