Your admission basically depends upon DU cut off list and candidates should have completed their 12th board with a minimum of 60%.
I have not done any internship. I don't know much about all this. Alumni network is fine. Every year, alumni meet is also organised in our college.
You have to clear the cut off marks of your course. Every college of DU has different criteria. Then after seeing cut off the list, in which college you met the cut-off, go and take admission. Admission and cut off is on the basis of 12th class percentage. No entrance exam only through cut off the list. Of my course i.e. BA programme...cut off varies from college to college. JDMC have first cut off approx 86 to 87% BA programme usually has cut off less than honours courses.
This college has many societies like Avani, nritya, rhitorique, and so on. The college festival 'symphony' is held in January.
Currently, the hostel is under construction. There are many pg's available nearby. Canteen food is average. It is very cheap and costs around INR 30 per meal.
College begins at 9. The faculty is very good here. Overall experience in this college was good
Since it is a government college, fees here is nominal. It is around INR 12k per year. There are various scholarships for students who perform well in academics or any co-curricular activity.
Admission is based on your 12th percentage. There is no entrance examination. Cut offs for courses like mathematics and economics are pretty high.
Anyone was eligible. There was no entrance exam the last cut off for my course was 64%
We have many Student societies. Main festivals are symphony - college fest Sports day.
There are no hostel facilities available on the premises. There are many PGs and other options available which are satisfactory. Food in college is 5/10. It costs 50-80 rupees per meal. Quality of classrooms is A+
Class timings are 9 am - 5 pm. There are 2 annual projects per subject. Exams consist of end semester exams and Internal exams of 75 and 25 marks respectively. Quality and method of teaching are outstanding. The overall experience is satisfactory.
My course fee is Rs. 13,151. There are not much scholarship options available to the students except for the University scholarship criteria which is same for all colleges in the Delhi University. Average number of students who get scholarship is 10%. No, loans are not needed
Key companies are from all backgrounds as my college has courses from all streams. Average salary figure is Rs. 2 - 3 lakhs and the highest salary last year was Rs. 4.5 lakhs. Percentage of the batch which gets placed is 35%. Alumni Network is supportive and understanding
It went pretty well. The cutoffs were not too high. Eligibility Criteria was at least 75% in Mathematics and best four was to be at least 90%. The admission procedure was to go to the college, get your documents verified and enroll in the college
there are numerous societies in the college. some are of academics, some of sports, dance, music, and other curricular activities.
construction of hostel is going on within the campus of the college. it is next to the college. canteen is not too good. availability of books and computers is also less.
The time table is quite hectic. it starts from 9 till 4.30. faculty is nyc here. some are very good and motivating.
The fee structure is quite good. I pay only INR 11500-12000 fee per year. it is quite affordable. scholarships are also available to the students.
avg package: Rs. 350000 way is one of the companies that comes to the college to hire every year almost. I got a chance to be the campus ambassador for many internships as well.
There are too many societies, clubs and campus Sports and cultural College life in general js good and enjoy in du
There are too many hostels near my college as i don't know about the fee structure of hostels Classroom is good , infrastructure is also good and wifi is also available
Classes is start from 9 am and depend on the time table that ki kab khatam hogi classes but maximum 4 pm tak hi khatam hoti hai Teaching is good
Course fees is just INR 10000 P.A. So many scholarship is available to student eg. More than 95 marks in 12th , for obc,sc,st
I done to many internships and also most of them is from marketing it is not my yearly internship it is only for 2 or 3 months just
Only 12th marks is consider for the admission in 2017 there is no entrance exam but i can not confirm for 2018 as per the rule i think there is an entrance exam to get an admission cutoff for b.com.(h) in first list 94% but in 7th is no seat available .
The college has near around more than 25 socieities and mostly all of them are active and work hard to bring glory to the college
A hostel is under construction which is coming out beautifully. Rooms are spacious, canteen is nice. Have a separate GCR
Nice faculty, entertain queries and doubts, well qualified, makes use of teaching aids
Affordable and have provisions for scholarships as well. Being a Govt. College fees is not that high
Not much companies come for placements but the college is working hard in this area
The college doesn't have a big campus but has utilised the available space efficiently. The campus is environment-friendly, beautifully maintained gardens and a nice amphitheatre. Canteen is good and affordable, food tastes nice and is healthy to eat. Teaching faculty is good. Overall nice college.
There are various socities and clubs into the college as such dramatics society,western dance society and many other societies.
Currently hostel facility is under construction maybe till upcoming acadmemic session hostel facility will be provided.
Timings of the class are not adjusted well, a huge amount of gap even of 2-3 hours for the next lecture.
There are several college groups being made teachers keep you updated about the internship
Eligibility as it is mentioned on Delhi university website, there is no as such entrance till now
Admission is based on merit. You have to clear the cut off declared by the college. The first cut off usually crosses 90%, reducing with subsequent lists.