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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Cut-off for Economics Hons in Hindu College generally goes up to 97.5%. But no entrance exam is required for the admission.
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.
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.
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 15,000 per annum. No scholarships are available for the students and the educational loan is not required.
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.
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.
Life in college is good.
I don't have any idea about the hostels.
The method of teaching and the quality of teaching is average.
The course fee is very less.
I have not done any internship till now.
No entrance exam is required for admission.
There are around 30 societies. Hindu college fest in known as Mecca and is one of the best fests of DU.
There are 2 hostels, One for boys and one for girls. The quality of classrooms are fairly good.
]\Classes start from 8:50 AM to 9:50 AM. On an average, the classes end around 2:00 PM
The fee for my course is around Rs.15000 per year. No scholarship options are available for students.
I am currently doing an internship with DU REFRESH NEWS. Alumni of Hindu college contains Arjun Rampal, Imtiaz Ali, Gautam Gambhir.
The cut off for my course generally opens at 94.5% and closes at 90%, This is for general category.
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.
Hindu College the most prestigious college in Delhi University. Students who opt for commerce honors are required to get 96% for their HSC.