There wasn't any entrance exam for the admission, it was purely based on merit. The cut-offs are really high compared to other du colleges.
The eligibility is 12 passed and the admission is done on a percentage basis. The cutoff is 93 to 96%.
The eligibility criteria for LSR was based on 12th marks. It was totally merit based. The cutoff for my course started from 96.6% and ended up to 95.6%.
The hostel facilities are good. The infrastructure of the college is a little old as the college was established a long time ago, but the college is getting renovated. There is a new academic block.
The placement cell of the college has succeeded in getting some top notch companies in the college, and now the recruiters include some big names like McKinsey, Bain Capability Center, IMS Health, AbInbev, all the big fours, etc. The average package was around INR 5 lakhs p.a.
The infrastructure was really well-maintained. We had good Wi-Fi facility, labs, and well-maintained classrooms. We had a well-equipped library with computerized user-friendly user filing system. Also, we had a ref sec (reference section) where one could issue material – books, journals – for reference. Our auditorium could seat about 700 people and had advanced light and sound system. We had 4 air-conditioned seminar room – USR(upper seminar room), LSR(lower seminar room), New conference hall and Manju Bharat Ram hall. The campus was beautiful and green. The best thing, I believe, about our college was that it was differently-abled friendly. We had ramps, elevators and signboards written in Braille. In fact, some of the notices were written in Braille.
The faculty was amazing. They were well-qualified and expert in their respective fields. They left no stone unturned to help us with our course. Not only that, they always encouraged us to go beyond the classroom. We had tutorials every week for every subject to make sure every student got individual attention. The teachers were friendly and approachable. Our faculty members were our mentors. The best thing about them was that we could talk to them about anything, be it a personal matter too. They would do anything they could to help you out.
The placements season for our batch was unparalleled. About 80 percent of the students, who sat for placements, got placed. The highest package was of INR 29 lakhs per annum which was also the highest package in the University of Delhi. The lowest was about INR 2.4 lakhs per annum. The average package was INR 6.4 lakhs of annum. The companies that visited campus included Parthenon, McKinsey & Co., BCG, Pricewaterhouse Coopers, Deloitte, KPMG, EY, Grofers, Vmock, Citi, etc. The roles that were offered ranged from that of an analyst, consultant, data analyst, etc.
The college infrastructure is perfect. The college's history, legacy, essence and spirit are captured within its walls. It is a home and a school combined.
The faculty members liberal-minded, cooperative, supportive and erudite group of teachers who are an inspiration, though one cannot say that for every department particularly. The curriculum is totally dependent on the teacher who makes it interesting. However, they are all bound by the dictates of completing a vast syllabus and the narrow focus on examinations. There is no such backing for research work, guidance and interaction with students.
The placement cell is professionally executed. However, the placement process is restrictive and biased in the sense that students are categorised and made to sit for placements based on their discipline, not interests and abilities. Like only corporates come for economics and commerce, completely neglecting the fact that students of these disciplines might be interested in other fields too, fields as variable as wildlife protection, editing, journalism, etc.
There are societies available for all areas of interest. The main festival is Tarang which is full of colors in music. The life in college, in general, is amazing to live and it's memorable.
The hostel facility is available in the college. PGs are also very easily available around the college, the food is the best thing about the college and everything is decent and up to date.
The daily routine is easy to follow. The projects and assignments provided are very interesting to work on. The quality and method of teaching are amazing.
The average fee was about INR 7000 to 8000 per semester. There are various scholarship options available for the meritorious and nonacademic achievers. No loans are required in the college.
There are various companies visiting the campus for internships like HC, Mazzares. Etc. The average package is up to INR 9 to 10 lakhs p.a and the highest was INR 18 lakhs and the alumina network is very efficient.
The eligibility criteria for admission was dependent on the percentage of class 12th. There are no entrance examinations for the admission. The typical cutoff for economics honors in lady Sriram College is about 97%.
I don’t know much about the Clubs and Societies on our campus. The college life, in general, was good.
We have hostel facility only for the girls. PG's are available outside the campus. The food provided by them is good.
My class starts from 8.45 am to 5.30 pm. The quality and method of teaching are good. The overall experience in college was good. We have well-experienced faculties.
My course fee is INR 22,000 per annum. Scholarships are provided by our college. The educational loan is not required.
Candidate must pass 12th from the recognized institute to get admission in this college. No separate entrance exam is conducted.
The admissions to the course happen on the basis of an entrance examination conducted by the University of Delhi. The course guidelines are formed by the central institute of education, DU. The eligibility is to have a minimum aggregate of 50% marks in +2.