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Srishti
, batch of 2017
8.0
Societies & Associations :

There are plenty of societies available. You can find societies according to your interest. There are societies for dance, fashion, art, internships, placements, singing, etc. You can easily become a part of any society by auditioning for it. Each department organizes its own fest, there is an economics fest known as L'Economiste. There will be a college fest, Mecca that is organized by the college parliament.

College Infrastructure :

There are separate boys' and girls' hostels available on the premise and have good infrastructure. There are almost all types of food available in the college canteen and cafe within reasonable prices. you can feed yourself in just INR 30. Free wifi available to the students to access the internet, the library has all the books, classrooms are air-conditioned, and the washrooms are very neat and clean as well.

Academics & Faculty :

The first lecture starts at 8:50 am, each lecture is for one hour only. Teachers are well qualified and pay attention to each and every student, their method of teaching is good here.

Fees and Scholarship :

For Economics Hons, the course fee can vary between INR 11000 to INR 15000. Different scholarships are available to the students who belong to different categories. As the fee is affordable, there is not much need to access the loan.

Placements & Internships :

DU is well-known for its internships and good placements. Hindu College is the one which provides the internships for skill development. There is an internship cell (Abhyas) and placement cell (Disha) available on the campus.

Admissions :

Cut-off for Economics Hons in Hindu College generally goes up to 97.5%. But no entrance exam is required for the admission.


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Diksha
, batch of 2016
7.0
Societies & Associations :

All the festivals are celebrated. I don’t know much about the Clubs and Societies on our campus. The college life, in general, was good.

College Infrastructure :

We have hostel facility for both boys and girls. Hostel fee is INR 5,000 to 9,000 per month and PG's are also available on the campus. Food provided by them is good and costs low. Quality of Classrooms, Labs, Libraries, dining halls is good and we have wifi facility.

Academics & Faculty :

The quality and method of teaching are good. The overall experience in college was good. We have well-experienced faculties.

Fees and Scholarship :

My course fee is INR 15,000 per annum. No scholarships are available for the students and the educational loan is not required.

Placements & Internships :

I haven’t done any internship yet. I don’t know much about the companies taking part in the recruitment drive and salary offered by them. We have good alumni network.

Admissions :

Candidate must pass 12th with minimum 60% of marks from the recognized institute to get admission in this college. No separate entrance exam is conducted. 96-99% cutoff mark is required.


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Varun
, batch of 2016
6.0
Societies & Associations :

Life in college is good.

College Infrastructure :

I don't have any idea about the hostels.

Academics & Faculty :

The method of teaching and the quality of teaching is average.

Fees and Scholarship :

The course fee is very less.

Placements & Internships :

I have not done any internship till now.

Admissions :

No entrance exam is required for admission.


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Pari
B.Sc.Physical Science Electronics, batch of 2019
5.0
Societies & Associations :

There are around 30 societies. Hindu college fest in known as Mecca and is one of the best fests of DU.

College Infrastructure :

There are 2 hostels, One for boys and one for girls. The quality of classrooms are fairly good.

Academics & Faculty :

]\Classes start from 8:50 AM to 9:50 AM. On an average, the classes end around 2:00 PM

Fees and Scholarship :

The fee for my course is around Rs.15000 per year. No scholarship options are available for students.

Placements & Internships :

I am currently doing an internship with DU REFRESH NEWS. Alumni of Hindu college contains Arjun Rampal, Imtiaz Ali, Gautam Gambhir.

Admissions :

The cut off for my course generally opens at 94.5% and closes at 90%, This is for general category.


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Srikant
B.A. (Economics), batch of 1983
2.0
Placements & Internships :
  • No internship done
  • At that time the highest salary package was Rs 2 lakhs per annum and the highest percentage was 82%
Admissions :

The eligibility criteria is based on cutoff basis & after cutoff the students have to go to respective colleges of Delhi University in which their cutoff matches. No, there is no entrance exam now a days but the cutoffs are very high goes upto 90.


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Akhil
B.Com (Hons), batch of 2019
Admissions :

Hindu College the most prestigious college in Delhi University. Students who opt for commerce honors are required to get 96% for their HSC.


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Shavani
bsc honors , batch of 2017
5.0
College Infrastructure :
  • The Hindu college provides hostel and wifi facilities.
Academics & Faculty :
  • The teaching faculty at Hindu college is good.
Fees and Scholarship :
  • College fees at Hindu college is very less.
Admissions :
  • An entrance exam is conducted for masters degree students at the hindu college.

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Shavani
B.Sc, batch of 2017
Admissions :
  • The cut off is generally 96% at Hindu College.

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Sohan
M.Sc (Botany), batch of 2016
Admissions :
  • Hindu College is one of the renowned college of Delhi University with a very prestigious reputation. It's the heart of North campus where young minds perish and perceive the knowledge with the utmost perfection and dedication.
  • Basically, admissions are conducted every year in the month of April to may and the criteria are strictly based on Merit and entrance in selected fields of courses.
  • I got admission here in the year 2013 and then also the criteria was based on merit.
  • The proposed cut-offs for this upcoming session might be 10 CGPA (95-98%). The cut off might differ based on the courses and additional eligibility might be checked.
  • There is also quota seats for sportsperson and their admissions are done on the basis of sports trials. 

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Mandeep
B.Sc (Physics), batch of 2019
8.0
Societies & Associations :
  • The faculty members organize special sessions for discussion and problem-solving for the students preparing for various competitive examinations apart from the regular curriculum teaching at Hindu College.
  • Seminars, workshops and interactive sessions with eminent professionals of different industries/ civil services are also organized for student motivation.
  • Reinforcing the strong academic foundation of the College is the rich bounty of cultural societies like ‗Ibtida‘ (Dramatics), ‗Alankar‘ (Classical Music), ‗Srijya‘ (Western Dance), English Debating Society and various others, through which valuable skills, attributes, and talents are nurtured in the students.
  • State-of-the- art sports facilities are also made available to the students. The students are encouraged to actively participate in various national and international competitions and sports tournaments. Generations of students who have been groomed in this College have excelled in different walks of life.
  • The College has produced not only excellent academicians but also dancers, actors, writers, filmmakers, sportsmen and more who have contributed to the eminence of the institute. 
College Infrastructure :
  • Creation and enhancement of infrastructure is an ongoing process in Hindu College. Even though the College has been in the present location for more than sixty years, it is able to cope with pressures of the modern requirements of a teaching-learning institution.
  • The foremost consideration while enhancing infrastructure in the College has been to see that it is optimally functional and that it meets the present requirements of the students and staff of College while being future-proof as far as it can be envisaged.
  • Efforts are being made to maximize the use of ICT to make the campus user-friendly for persons with disabilities, to enhance the physical, mental and emotional well-being of students as well as to accentuate their learning experience.
  • To achieve these ends, considerable brainstorming is done between the Principal and the various Staff Council Committees.
Academics & Faculty :
  • In Hindu college, for a Science student classes start from 8:50 A.M and end by either 3 P.M or 5 P.M depending on the timetable with few breaks.
  • You'll be given 2-3 assignments per semester and the same number of tests in each subject. It will count to your 20 marks out of 25.
  • For each subject marks distribution will be 75(theory) + 25 (internals) + 50 (practical if any) So the remaining 5 marks in 25 will be for your attendance which has to be 80+%.
  • The quality of education is great and it's the number 1 School of Delhi University for Science.
  • You will get the most helpful and friendly teachers. You may get addicted to some teachers and their teaching style too.
Fees and Scholarship :
  • Course fee at Hindu College ranges from Rs. 12k to Rs. 14k per year.
  • The College has always been sensitive to the needs of its students and strives to see that no one is deprived of an education because of financial constraints.
  • The College also rewards meritorious students and motivates them to achieve better results. Towards these ends, the College confers a wide array of prizes / scholarships/ free ships, to undergraduate as well as post graduate students.
  • The College administration emphasizes timely disbursement of financial assistance to all needy students.
  • The College extends these services promptly through the Scholarship, Prize and Fee Concession Committee of the Staff Council so that students can avail maximum benefit.
  • Academic Excellence Awards: In recognition of academic excellence, prizes are awarded to College and University Toppers of various undergraduate and postgraduate Courses, every year, on the occasion of Founder‘s Day. The award of these prizes and scholarships is done through a duly constituted Staff Council Committee i.e., scholarship, prize and Fee Concession committee.
  • Hindu College - University of Delhi 159 All India Entrance Scholarship Examination Delhi University holds a competitive examination in Delhi in the month of October each year for the award of the above scholarships, which are 50 in number. Each scholarship is of the value of Rs. 250 per month tenable for three years for pursuing an Honours Degree Course in the University. The competition is open to students who have passed the S.S.C. Exam (under 10+2 pattern of Education) from the C.B.S.E., New Delhi, or an examination equivalent thereto with 55% marks in aggregate.
  • Academic Prizes – Apart from the above prizes, academic prizes are also awarded class-wise and subject-wise to students on the basis of their results in examinations. 
Placements & Internships :
  • Hindu College has a systematized mechanism of interaction with the industry through its popular societies Disha and Abhyas.
  • Disha - The Placement Cell organizes seminars and workshops on career-related matters and conducts placement sessions from time to time.
  • Some of the organizations that have participated in the Placement Programme are Google, Deloitte, HDFC, KPMG, Maruti, Jaypee, Ernst and Young, Protiviti, DE Shaw, Essar and Royal Sundaram Alliance.
  • Abhyas - the internship cell is specifically dedicated to securing internship assignments for students.
  • The College has an active alumni association many members of which are well placed in industry and continue to maintain formal and informal linkages with the institution.
  • The various departments and societies of the College organize talks and seminars. Few students participate in such placement opportunities and average package is around Rs. 10 lakh.
Admissions :
  • For admission to various undergraduate courses in Hindu College, students of all categories (Gen/SC/ST/OBC/PwD) fill the pre-admission form, on-line or off-line.
  • Cut-offs decided separately for each category (Gen/SC/ST/OBC/PWD), are displayed on the College Notice Board and Website, University website and in leading newspapers as per schedule.
  • Admission is strictly according to merit, as per the admission policy framed by the University of Delhi.
  • The qualifying examination for the purpose of admission to UG programs is SSSC, organized by the CBSE, the ICSE or any equivalent organization.
  • The typical cutoff for admission in BSc physics is 96-98% (general category).

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Pooja
B.Sc (Physics), batch of 2012
3.0
Fees and Scholarship :
  • Our course fee in Hindu College, Delhi University was approx Rs.7000 per year which have increased in these 4 years now.
  • While mostly every college has a bank branch. Inside Hindu campus, you can find State Bank Of India.
  • Not much idea about scholarships as I did not apply for that.
Placements & Internships :
  • Hindu college has it owns placement cell named " Disha" which take care of your placements at the end of your 3rd year.
  • As far as the internship is considered Disha cell takes care of that as well.
  • The average salary is around Rs. 6 lakh & highest salary Rs. 12 lakh.
  • Companies which hire from our campus are all Big 4 Deloitte, KPMG, Accenture & PWC, Trident, Citibank, E&Y etc.
Admissions :
  • Taking admission in Hindu College is always a big fight due to its high cutoffs.
  • Students scoring between 95-99% in their HSC(12th)  are eligible to apply for this college.
  • The entrance exam is only required in a course like English. Otherwise, you only need to score high in your 12th which will lead to taking admission in an extraordinary college Like Hindu.

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Aryan
B.Sc (Chemistry), batch of 2016
4.0
Societies & Associations :
  • There are numerous societies for different interests like photography, western dance, classical music, debate and a lot more. Every another student is a part of one of more societies.
  • The annual cultural fest of the college, Mecca, is the talk of the campus which has been the host to some of the best artists like Vishal-Shekhar, RDB, Papon, Mohit Chauhan and a lot more.
  • The campus life of Hindu promises you a soothing, energetic, learning experience. Hindu was the best thing that happened to me
College Infrastructure :
  • The college has a boys hostel and was all ready to get the girl's hostel functioning from session 2016-17.
    There are a variety of options for accommodation near the college(in Kamla Nagar, Vijay Nagar, Roop Nagar), starting from Rs 5000 per month to Rs 25000 per month pgs.
  • The food in the college canteen is tasty, hygienic and available at reasonable prices.
    The college, despite being old is well maintained and taken care of. The classrooms and lecture rooms are well ventilated and equipped with projectors. Hindu has a huge library with sections for each discipline.
Academics & Faculty :
  • The course has 4 subjects every semester and 5 lectures per subject per week. Each lecture is 55 minutes. It also has one laboratory class for all the subjects for about 3 and a half hour. The professors are really great and Hindu College is known for its outstanding chemistry department faculty.
  • The college, not just focuses on academics but also on extra-curricular activities as well. The Chemistry department organizes its annual fest to get the students involved in out-of-the-class learning.
Fees and Scholarship :
  • The course fee per year was around Rs.14000.
  • The students who are eligible for INSPIRE scholarship by Department of Science and Technology(DST) could use that to pay for the college.
  • Top 1% of all the students that appear for the 12th standard boards are eligible for this scholarship.
Admissions :
  • The students with Physics, Chemistry, and Maths in their 12th standard are eligible to take admission in the B.Sc.(honors) Chemistry course.

  • Different colleges of the University of Delhi release their cut-offs for the PCM aggregate and there are limited seats so the admission is on First come first serve basis.
  • The cutoffs vary  every year for each category. For general students in 2013, it was 96.3.

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Vanshita
B.A. Hons Economics, batch of 2019
5.0
Societies & Associations :
  • There are a lot of societies in the college. It may be dance, music, arts, social service, internship cell, placements cell and much more. The fest of Hindu college 'Mecca' is one of the best fests of Delhi University. Also, Every department has its own fest. 
  • Overall the college life is really good.
College Infrastructure :
  • The infrastructure is amazing.
  • The hostel is very nice and the food is also good.
  • Other accommodation options are also available near the college.
  • The labs and some classrooms are equipped with A/C's and wifi service is also available.
Academics & Faculty :
  • The academics of the college is really admirable. The timetable is fixed which helps in avoiding chaos for the class timings.
  • The faculty is good and helpful.
  • Overall the college experience is enrichening.

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