There are many societies, fashion society, dance(western and Indian both, singing society, drama society, the literary society, book society. The sports club is there.
Its a fully wifi-enabled campus, classrooms are good. The library has the book collection. Food in the canteen is good.
Class timing varies from day to day. Teachers are very helpful and they are experienced teachers. Quality and methodology of teaching are good.
The fee is low in this college. The loan is not needed and scholarship is provided.
Placements are quite average. I would suggest you do at least two internships.
Eligibility criteria for B.Com (Hons.) is a student should have studied maths in 10+2.
Eligibility: Candidate should pass 12 class with minimum 50% can fill the application form for admission. The admission will be held on the cut off basis there is no entrance test for any course in college. Cutoffs differ from categories to categories if you are generally so you should have more than 85% in order to get the admission in college but if you are OBC, SC, ST then you need comparatively low marks than general category students because you will get a relaxation from 5 to 10 %.
There are many societies which students can join like dance and fashion societies. The life in college is amazing.
The hostel isn't available yet. There are many PGs outside college and they cost about INR 6 - 10k per month. The food quality is good and it costs about Rs 30.
The quality and method of teaching are remarkable. Teachers are well qualified. It's a bliss to be a graduate of this college.
The course fee is INR 6,000 - 8,000 p.a. There are many scholarships available but I didn't avail any.
The companies that come to our college for placements are good.
I got admissions in this college through merit. The cutoff was 80% in PCM.
Eligibility Criteria was that candidate should be passed 10+2 examination. Admission is done on the basis of 10+2 marks. The cutoff marks are 93%.
Admission will be done on the basis of the 12th result and on the basis of university entrance examination. For this course, the typical cutoff was 90% in my college.
There are too many societies in the college like Western dance before, Indian dance society, Music, Debate, NCC, NSS, Drama, Fashion society etc.
In the college, we all live a very cool life and all the seniors are very helpful.
B.Sc life science fee is INR 6965 per year.
The ST students who get 60% and above get the scholarship from college but have to fill a form before the semester.
For B.Sc life science course, I think we have to start internship from 1st year because it will be helpful for us in the 3rd year.
There are many societies like zeal-the dance society etc.
The hostels are under construction at the moment.The canteen food is average, there are PGs within walking distance.
The college is not as good as, I have expected.The teachers are good, however, the library is filled with good books
The scholarship is given to those students who are in need of it on the basis of their academic performance.
Don't know about the salary but many companies came for internship and many students get the internship as they fulfill the eligibility criteria
The admission is done on the basis of merit.The merit goes till 90%.There are many courses for which u can opt for.The hostel facilities will be provided soon as the work is under process.
There are several societies in the college.
The hostels are under construction. Since the college is in Delhi University. So nearest residential area is Satya Niketan, where PGs are available
Maitreya college is good, academically. Regular classes are conducted.
Fees were very nominal and affordable, you can pay from your pocket money
The Placement in many companies like E value server, KPMG, and many other come for placement.
Since it’s a girls' college the majority of the faculty is female. The teaching is excellent though communication is predominantly in English, which may be a problem for vernacular-medium students. Students feel that the faculty is one of the best in Delhi University (DU) and they rate the Macro-economics teacher as the best of the lot.
There are many societies and clubs comprising of western and traditional dance, music, debate, photography etc. There are several fests conducted throughout the year. Life in college is good overall
There are no hostels right now but construction is in full swing. There is ample number Of PGs around the college and the cost ranges from INR 5000-INR 20000 per month. The food in the canteen is always fresh and very tasty. The maximum cost you could be charged for is INR 30. The classrooms are different for different courses, for mine, there is a huge hall equipped with the basic necessities. Wi-Fi networks are available for free.
The class schedules are busy. The classes start from 8 in the morning and it usually ends till 4:30 PM. The quality of teaching is superb with all teachers excelling in their fields. Overall, one could not moan over such a fantastic teaching staff.
The annual fee for the first year is INR 5000 and it reduces as we go further into subsequent years. There are various science scholarships available for higher studies. Looking at the fees annually no loans are actually needed
I haven't done any internship yet. There is a placement cell of Delhi university that looks upon the placements. Some of the alumnae are Veena Saharan, first woman pilot of Indian air force. Piya Malhotra, deputy general manager in IBM
The eligibility at criteria at Maitreya college, Delhi University, New Delhi for my course was that the person should have completed her 12th grade. And it's a girls college. There were no entrance exams ( completely merit based entrance). This year the first cutoff for general candidates in my course was 93%.