There are many fests on Hindu college Hindu fest are Too high Nostalgic High life Extra life.
There are many hostels are there hostels are great. hostel fee is INR 10k per year Pg fee are INR 12k yearly Too expensive Nice quality.
My class timing is 9.30 am to 2.00 pm. Good quality of teaching Nostalgic Very good.
My course fee is INR 20k yearly Vishal Jain Naman borha. Loan no needed Scholarship option not available.
Hindu college students get placed in INR 30000k. Our few college alumni are Amitabh Bachan, Narendra Modi.
Hindu college is one of the best colleges of Delhi university Hindu college have cutoff is 98%.
There is every type of societies in the college. From dancing to classical singing, everything is there. Civil services aspirants have their own society as well. A big fat college fest takes place around march which is famous in all the other colleges. Rhe management is done by the college students.
There is separate hostel facility for boys and girls in the college premises. Both provide students with all the basic facilities. Fees for boys is cheaper than for the girls because girls hostel is air-conditioned and have better facilities.
This college is having each and every facility for the students. From clean washrooms to cold water coolers. Classes take place on time and teachers are punctual as well. We've to submit our assignments around the semester ending exams.
It is around INR 14,000 for one semester. The societies in the college arrange different fests through which one can get scholarships as well.
The college offers the student an internship fair which is organized by the college's society. the student should have his /her resume through which the companies call you for an internship if they are interested.
Students are eligible to apply in the college by the cut off criteria of Delhi University. After the cut off's are out, the student needs to come with all the needed documents to the college's respective department in which he/she wants to take admission. Typical cutoffs are around 90-98%.
Eligibility 12th pass with 1 st division Simple and easy admission procedure No more take any tension No entrance examination it is totally based on cutoff Max cutoff this branch is 96.5 %.
There are several student societies inside the campus. Like debating society, a literary society, music, dance, drama, photography, drawing, flowering, NCC, NSS, football club, cricket club, basketball, etc. The main festival inside the campus comprises foundation day, a festival for sports and music. Mecca is the term known in the whole Delhi for a music festival.
The course fee was around INR 10600 per annum. Scholarships are available in various forms such as scholarships for class toppers, SC, ST, scholarships for BPL students. Even one can claim scholarship for the admission fee( provided the student belong to a poor family ). Around 1/3, and half the admission will be refunded to the poor, SC, ST and BPL students. Around 200 students might get the said scholarships. No loan is needed.
Admission procedure was quite an easy one. There was no entrance test for the admission of my course. I belong to SC category so I get the admission in the last hour when all the other categories were filled up. My percentage was just 72. However, for other categories like OBC general, the cut-offs was around 96-84.
Infrastructure: The hostels are decent with the good Wi-Fi facility and hygiene. The academic blocks are nothing exceptional but still a good place to be with the good labs. The library is exceptional, and it marked to be one of the biggest in India. VIT has a huge space for sports and the other extra cultural activities. They provide two football grounds, more than two basketball, and volleyball court along with a gym facility both indoor and outdoor on the campus.
Good placements are available. The seniors are also very good and helpful. On average, 50-60% students get placements from every batch. The companies like Tata Motors, Tech Mahindra, and many more companies have come here for placements. The placement cell is also very good and active.
Different societies are there in college for drama, dance, modelling so on and so forth.fests of college are good
Separate hostels for boys and girls. A lot of pgs are there near our college. Food in college is good it may cost you around 50 bucks. Quality of classrooms are best, there are acs, smartboards, projectors in every classroom and free wifi.
The timing of class are from morning 9 am to 4 pm in evening with breaks in between. Teaching is par excellence. In a nutshell, my overall experience in the college is amazing.
Course fees are around INR.15000 per year. Students can get scholarship on the basis of their academic performance.
Companies like mahindra, Birla, tata hire from our campus. The salary may vary from company to company.
Eligibility criteria for admission are same as any other college of Delhi University. Cutoffs may vary from year to year. When I took admission it was around 94%.
Awesome college examination is very hard typical cutoffs good, eligibility criteria are Good
*Every year the University of Delhi releases cut off the percentage of each and every course.based upon the percentage of the 12th standard they will calculate the best of 4 subjects if you are eligible to get admission in that particular College. In 2017 the typical cutoffs of Mathematics are 97.5 percentage for general and 96 is the least percentage for the candidate who is eligible for reservation
There are all kinds of societies... dance, theatre, sports, acting, football Yearly fests.
The infrastructure is not that good. No air conditioned classrooms. Good canteen.
9 to 2 pm every day. Teachers are very good and up to date Awesome experience in college.
8000 per year. No scholarships available for the course. You can get loans for the course.
No internships provided in college. Campus placements take place Alumni is too good.
Cut off is more than 98%. I took the CBSE board examination The cut offs start from 90% for various courses.
There are about 20-30 societies in our college, all really indulging and informative in their own way. There are performing societies, societies related to academics, nature, social service, etc. I, myself, am a part of a performing society, Nakshatra, and it has helped me Evolve as a person. Within a year, I've experienced the on-stage glory as well as the backstage hustle and I feel I have an edge over my batch mates who are not really involved in any such extracurricular activities. The college life has a plethora of events and Fests happening all around the year. Almost every day, there is an event in the college, be it cultural, technical or sports. Hindu College offers you the Best college life you could've imagined.
The infrastructure is pretty great. There are two college hostels (boys and girls), canteens, cafe's, auditorium, library, labs and spacious classrooms. There are 3-4 wifi networks working at different places throughout the campus. There are a lot of options available for people looking for PGs around the campus at reasonable prices. The food is tasty as well as affordable and there is a great variety.
The daily routine is not at all hectic. We get free hours between the lectures and are mostly free till about 1 or 2 pm daily leaving a lot of time for indulging in extracurricular activities for the students. There are a no. of societies that students can take part into and apart from academics, there is scope for overall growth and personality development for everyone. The college life is great for all the fests and events all around the year and the various hang out spots on the campus that helps students have a gala time in college.
The college fees are really affordable. It is approximately INR 17,000 annually and a lot of scholarship opportunities are available to the students especially the ones belonging to rather poor households.
I am in my first year of college and am largely unaware of the scenario regarding the placements and internships. However, since it is ranked as top 3rd college among all the DU colleges, I am assuming it would be great
The admissions to my course in Hindu College was Merit-based. Like every other Delhi University College, the cutoff list was released at the DU website. The admission procedure was, however, quite hectic. It was greatly marked by long queues of restless students and their parents waiting to get enrolled for the course. But now, after having spent almost a year in this college, I feel, it was all worth it.