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We have around 25 societies and clubs on our campus. The college life, in general, was good.
We have one hostel for boys on our campus and its fee is INR 13,000 per month. Food provided in the hostel is good and it costs INR 60 per meal. The quality of classroom is not bad.
The quality and method of teaching are good and the overall experience in college was good. We have well-experienced faculties.
My course fee is INR 15,000 per annum. I don't know much about the scholarships and educational loan.
I had done an internship in Finance company. Many Hotels, Consultancies and Finance companies hire our students with an average salary of INR 5 lakh per annum and the highest salary offered by them was INR 16 lakh per annum.
Candidate must pass 12th with minimum 96% of marks from the recognized institute to get admission in this college. No separate entrance exam is conducted.
The teaching quality is good, every teacher is very supportive and the method of teaching is also good.
College life is good.
The infrastructure of the college is excellent. The hostel facility is available here, the canteen is good with great food quality.
The course fee is INR 20000 per year so loans are not needed.
The average salary is INR 10000 to 15000.
No entrance exam is required for the admission as the admission is done on the basis of merit. The cut-off for B.Com Honours is generally 95%.
Many consultancy and finance companies hire our students with an average salary of INR 5 lakh per annum.
Candidate must pass 12th from the recognized institute to get admission in this college. No separate entrance exam is conducted.
I don't know much about societies but my college life is good here.
One hostel is there in the college but many PGs are available nearby the college. Food in the college canteen is average. And all other facilities are decent.
The infrastructure of the college is good enough.
The course fee is about INR 10000 per year. No scholarships are available here and no loans are required as well.
I haven't done any internship. The average salary package is INR 4.7 lakhs.
No entrance exam is required for the admission.
There are no campus placements after completing B.Sc in life sciences. Since it is a basic science course. Pursuing masters becomes essential in order to procure a secure job. However, students can go for various internships during their graduation period. Summer internships are a good option for students. Students can also undertake various projects under DBT. I was a part of Innovation HRC 306 during my graduation. Our project focused on creating an eco-friendly source of energy in the form of pellets using leaves and grass from gardens and domestic waste.
Students take their admission on the basis of 10+2 examination's marks. However, there are certain courses for which entrance examination is conducted. B.Sc. Life Sciences is not one of those courses. Students can acquire direct admission to this course, based on their percentage in 10+2 examination. The form can be filled offline as well as online. The college releases it's cutoff marks in the 1st or 2nd week of June. The cutoff for life sciences is 94% to 95% for the general category and 87% to 93% for other category students.
Infrastucture is good.
Entrance exam was good but tough.
Faculty of our department is good and the teachers are also very experienced and offer a good method of teaching, the classes start from 8:40 am to 3:00 pm.
The fee is INR 17000 per semester and scholarship is mainly for the students who belong to SC/ST category.
There are no placements for the B.A. student.
Our college offers admissions on the merit basis. Taking admission is not difficult and the cutoff for the course vary between 94-96% for general category.
There are a lot of great societies to choose from. Our fest CONFLUENCE is also pretty great and the overall college life is chill.
Hans Raj College has a good infrastructure compared to an average DU college. There is an acute shortage of hostels though and the PGs are quite expensive as well. The canteen food is okay.
We usually have classes from 8:40 am to 2:00 pm. Classes are held quite regularly and the faculty are very good.
The course fee for a year is INR 22000. The Education in Hans Raj College is known to be quite affordable and this is no exception. I am not aware of any scholarships provided by Hans Raj College
Placements are quite decent in our college. We have companies that offer less than INR 5,00,000 per annum, we also have companies that offer INR 5,00,000- INR 8,00,000 per annum. The highest companies offering is INR 8,00,000 per annum.
Admissions are taken on the basis of the student's 12th Board exam percentage. For CBSE, the final cutoff was 96% in the best 4 subjects for General category applicants.
Hello friends, I have graduated from Hansraj college with B.A. English ( Hons).I took admission in this college in 2012.since it's a Delhi university college so the admission procedure included two models during that time that is - direct admission( through cut-offs) and indirect( through entrance exam "cate"- combined aptitude test for English).In Hans raj, I got admission through direct mode as the "cate " was not compulsory to take admission into b.a. English ( Hons).For this program, the cut-offs very very high.for the general category, it was around 97℅ marks in class 12 plus 98 marks in English individually.for BBC, it was around 96℅ in class 12 plus 96 in English separately. And for sc/ st others it was 92℅ plus 90 marks in English .at that time the no. Of cut, offs issued for this course was around 4-5 in this college .the last cut off being 5 th one.n the cut off was :-general (admission closed till 3 rd cut off.) ,ABC( 85.5 in class 12 plus 94 in eng. Individually),sc/st(77 or 80 something in class 12 n 94 in English separately).during that tym there were many cut-offs unlike today .but I was lucky enough to get admission into this college in the third cut off itself.actually, I got admission into rajas college in the first cut off but my dream college was Hans raj so I did not miss the chance to grab that opportunity.the college is full of enthusiasm n the best part about college is its faculty.yes, !! The teachers are quite friendly and the atmosphere of the college is really very nice.currently, many changes or you can say many improvements have been made into this college.which includes following- renovation of an office building ., library .expansion of canteen ( in terms of menu, many new dishes being introduced which are relished by the students). A new gym has been inaugurated.transport facility have been provided to the students to travel from metro to college n vice versa by the way of introducing cycles in the college and this doesn't end here.the college is a " celebrity point" ,as the college witnesses the arrival of many celebrities like Akshay Kumar,shah rukh khan ,the latest being the sports celebrity Mr Injeti Srinivasan (SAI ,chief of India) who has promised to build a new badminton hall and a new swimming pool in the college. Also, there are many societies in the college according to the interest of the students - dance society, enabling unit( for ph students) drama society n so on..the college is a representative of many national n international sportsmen. So the college is a combo pack of studies, sports, entertainment, and does its best to make a student an all rounder by developing the students' personality in all aspects of life.my three years were the same combo pack.so good luck for your admissions too!!:-)
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