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Shaheed Bhagat Singh College, Delhi University, New Delhi

About Shaheed Bhagat Singh College, Delhi University, New Delhi

Shaheed Bhagat Singh College was established in 1967 and is affiliated to the University of Delhi. The college is a NAAC accredited college with 'A' grade and takes its name from one of India's greatest freedom fighters 'Bhagat Singh'. The college has a completely computerized library catering to all the needs of its students and has upwards of 86,000 books and a large number of journals. The library has a seating capacity of 180 seats. A large number of committees are set up with a faculty in charge and students are encouraged to join different committees based on their interests.  

SBSC also has a big sports ground with a Cricket pitch, Basketball, Lawn Tennis and Volleyball court etc. Shaheed Bhagat Singh College also has vibrant alumni who have contributed to development in the fields of Management, Culture and Society. The college also has a Medical Room with a first aid kit and a nurse. Shaheed Bhagat Singh College Admissions are offered in the fields of Commerce, Science and Arts.

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University of Delhi

Infrastructure Facilities

 Library, Canteen, Computer Lab, Playground, Geography Lab, Medical Room, Bank etc


 Mehrauli Road Near Union Bank Of India, Phase II, Sheikh Sarai, New Delhi, Delhi 110017


Undergraduate and Postgraduate

Shaheed Bhagat Singh College Courses:

Discipline Courses Specialisations
Commerce B.Com Hons
M.Com -
Arts B.A Economics
Political Science
Science B.Sc Mathematics


Shaheed Bhagat Singh College offers both undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Commerce. The Commerce course at SBSC is highly acclaimed and it is one of the top 10 colleges for Commerce under the University of Delhi. It is also the largest department in the college. The department has also formed a Finance and Investment Society to improve financial literacy among its students by organising Workshops, Seminars, Inter College Quiz and Debate Competitions. 

Arts and Humanities:

SBSC offers an undergraduate course in Bachelor of Arts with multiple specialisations. The Economics Department conducts a fest every year called Econotize. The Department of Geography at SBSC is one of the best courses offered among the colleges under DU. A 2-day festival called 'Yuganatar' is organised by the History Department every year.  The following specialisations are offered in the college

  • Economics
  • Geography
  • Hindi
  • English
  • Political Science
  • History
  • Prog


Shaheed Bhagat Singh College offers an undergraduate course in B.Sc [Mathematics]. The Department of Mathematics is one of the leading departments in the college. The institute has highly qualified, research-oriented and dedicated teaching family. The Mathematics department organises a yearly festival called 'Ganitam' which is conducted to bring out the creativity of the students and the themes are related to Mathematics. The department has a Computer lab and Library dedicated to Mathematics.

Shaheed Bhagat Singh College Fees Structure:


Course Fees [Indian Students ] In Rupees

Course Fees [Foreign Students] In Rupees




BA English



BA Hindi/ History/ Political Science/ Economics/ Prog



BA Geography



B.Sc Math






Shaheed Bhagat Singh College FAQs:

 How good is SBSC for B.Com [Hons]?

SBSC ranks among the top 10 colleges for DU in Commerce and is quite well recognised. The faculty is well qualified and the facilities offered by the college is top tier. 

How is the campus life at Shaheed Bhagat Singh College?

The campus life at Shaheed Bhagat Singh College is very relaxed and enjoyable. The college puts a lot of focus on Extracurricular activities and sports. The campus crowd is diverse and the students are given lots of opportunities to explore their creative side.

Shaheed Bhagat Singh College Facilities:

  • Shaheed Bhagat Singh College has a fully computerised Library with around 86,796 books and 100+ journals in different subjects.
  • The college has a state of the art computer lab for the Commerce and Mathematics department.
  • Geography Lab is provided for the students of Geography.
  • Playgrounds with courts for Lawn Tennis, Basketball and Volleyball are provided to the students.
  • Other Shaheed Bhagat Singh College infrastructure facilities include a Medical Room, Canteen, Seminar Hall, Bank and Photo Copy centre.    

Shaheed Bhagat Singh College, Delhi University, New Delhi Eligibility Criteria and Admission Procedure

Shaheed Bhagat Singh College Eligibility Criteria:

Course Eligibility
B.Com [Hons] An aggregate of 45% marks in the qualifying examination.
B.Com An aggregate of 40% marks in the qualifying examination.
B.A [Hons]/ History/ Political Science/ Geography/ Hindi/ English An aggregate of 45% marks in the qualifying examination. Candidates securing 40% marks in the aggregate and 50% marks in the subject concerned are also eligible for admission to the relevant Honours Course
B.A. [Prog] An aggregate of 40% marks in the qualifying examination.
B.Sc. [Mathematics] 50% marks in Mathematics and an aggregate of 45% marks in the qualifying examination

Shaheed Bhagat Singh College Admissions:

  • Candidates seeking admission at SBSC have to register themselves online by logging on to the Delhi University website.
  • The candidates must check the cut-off list for respective courses posted by Shaheed Bhagat Singh College to be eligible for the courses offered by the college.
  • Candidates who have cleared the cut-off score need to log into DU website and select the course of their choice.
  • The college will follow the guidelines set by Delhi University for the Calculation of the best of four subjects percentage for admission.
  • The candidates will then have to take the print out of the form and get all documents verified at SBSC to enrol into the desired course.

Courses and Fees Structure of Shaheed Bhagat Singh College, Delhi University, New Delhi

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Shaheed Bhagat Singh College, Delhi University, New Delhi Commerce Courses and Fees Structure
Course Name Fees Interested
Bachelor of Commerce [B.Com]  3 year(s), Full Time Rs. 540
Bachelor of Commerce [B.Com] {Hons.}  3 year(s), Full Time Rs. 540
Master of Commerce [M.Com]  2 year(s), Full Time Rs. 432

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Shaheed Bhagat Singh College, Delhi University, New Delhi Humanities and Arts Courses and Fees Structure
Course Name Fees Interested
Bachelor of Arts [BA]  3 year(s), Full Time Rs. 540
Bachelor of Arts [BA] {Hons.}  3 year(s), Full Time Rs. 540

Student Satisfaction Rating 

Based on 127 Student's Reviews 7.4/10  
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Top Feature & Summary
This institute is recommended by 90/127 students

Approval, Recognition, Affiliation and Accreditation

The college is approved by AICTE; affiliated to University of Delhi - [DU], New Delhi.


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Contact Details and Location

Address : Sheikh Sarai Phase II India
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Student Reviews

Bachelor of Commerce [B.Com] {Hons.}, batch of 2018

The college infrastructure is under renovation and will hopefully be awesome. Infrastructure has improved. Canteen is affordable and has a variety of dishes. Sports facilities are good but there is no basketball court available to students. The faculty is very helpful and supporting. Hostel infrastructure is also good. The college is decent and is improving every day.


The Drama society can be seen practicing day in and day out in the lawns, regardless of the weather, and never fail to make the college proud at inter-college events. The other active societies such as the photography, music, dance, commerce and economics societies.

Bachelor of Commerce [B.Com], batch of 2017

The daily routine of classes starts at 2 pm evenly when we had our first lecture. Projects have to be made at the end of the semester. The quality of teaching is very good. My college experience is very good.


There are Many Students societies and clubs and associations. Like Commerce associations, arts associations etc. The college Celebrate many cultural festivals in their college. College life is very good in general.

Bachelor of Commerce [B.Com], batch of 2020

Overall experience is fine. It is not necessary that classes take place every day. Sometimes teachers are too lethargic to take classes.


There are many societies in college. They are very much active to take part in different competitions.

Bachelor of Commerce [B.Com], batch of 2016

Faculty I must say they are very good. Proper projects, assignment and tests are taken on a regular interval of time. And the best part is that if students are not attending their classes they'll loose their marks.


There are lots of societies in the college some of the names are commerce association society, FILMTANTRA -a filmmaking society, Yes-young entrepreneurial society and many more. College Comsoc fest name uddyam is famous all over the du colleges.

Bachelor of Arts [BA] (English), batch of 2020

The class is not at all held regularly and I am fed up by the crowd that this college provides


The fresher celebration was nonsense The fest is yet awaited Students are really notorious

Bachelor of Arts [BA] {Hons.} (Political Science), batch of 2020

The teachers are very interactive and experienced. The classes start from 7:30 am in summer and 8:30 am in winter.


There are many societies in the college campus, almost of every department has its own societies. The college life is nice.

Bachelor of Commerce [B.Com] {Hons.}, batch of 2019

The classes are always on time starting from 8:30 am to 2:30 pm for different courses. All the University guidelines are followed for the marks distribution for projects, internals, presentation, and attendance. The exams are held in May and November for each semester. The teachers are highly qualified with a good experience in teaching. The teachers are very polite and understanding. The overall experience of the college is very good.


There are many societies in the college such as the Commerce Society, Economics Society, Finance and Investment Society, Internship Cell, Photography Society, Mathematics Society, Fine Arts Society, Placement Cell, NCC, NSS, Hindi Society, Dance Society, Entrepreneurship Cell among many others in the college. The main festivals of the college are Dastaan- The Annual Fest of the College, Uddyam- Commerce Society Fest, Vasundhra- Geography Society Fest, Economics Society Fest among the other which are very popular among students. The life in college is very good.

Bachelor of Arts [BA] {Hons.} (Geography), batch of 2019

Classes are conducted from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm. Projects and assignments are given occasionally. The quality of teaching is very good and various interesting methods are also introduced to improve it. My overall experience is good.


There are multiple societies for social work, music, drama, dance, and others which functions on the campuses. These societies host respective fests once in a year. college, in general, is good.

Bachelor of Arts [BA] {Hons.} (Economics), batch of 2019

Our classes usually start at 8 am and get over at 2 pm. Projects and assignments are given periodically for internal evaluation. Teachers generally give lectures. The faculty is well experienced.


Societies play an important role in grooming a student. Our college dancing society is one of the best societies of D.U. Commerce society, Uddyam etc. are also well known. Life in college is really fun.

Bachelor of Commerce [B.Com] {Hons.}, batch of 2016

Shaheed Bhagat Singh College had classes in 2 segements the morning and evening. The faculty and classes of morning classes were better since there was a gap in cutoff of morning and evening students. I was a morning student and timings were from 8.30-2. The evening college had timings from 3-6(not certain about this). The teaching and quality method was average and it is advisable for students not to rely on teachers. My overall experience was good since it's not only about academics but other co-curricular activities too. Although it would have been better if certain more facilities were availed like Auditorium swimming pools etc


The Society which was the core of Shaheed Bhagat Singh College was  the Commerce association which held it fest by the name of Uddayam. Other clubs were overshadowed and did not influence students much. Shaheed Bhagat Singh College fest was a waste of time and college life, in general, was pretty okay but if I had a chance to make other friends instead of current ones, i would gladly do so

Bachelor of Arts [BA] (History), batch of 2016
  • Class timings change from year to year. In my first year, timings were from 8:30 to 1:45 with a break in between from 11-12:15 and in the second year the timings were from 10:00-2:30 with no break. The teacher will give you assignments and projects and will give you dead limits. For every subject, there are 30 marks(20+10) for internal assessment, 20 for practical and assignment and 10 for the test and rest of the 70 marks are for external theory exam. Teachers are well qualified and they will teach you well in very interesting manner. They will interact with each of the students as they could and will try to answer your question and will try to satisfy your queries.

  • There are many student societies, Western dance society, western and Indian music societies, art society, drama society, sports society. There are several spaces for such activities. For sports, there is a tennis court, basketball court, table tennis court, a huge cricket ground. Drama stage. Evry society has its own fest. Like economic society will organise its own fest. Political science society will organise its own. Dance society will organise its own. When I was in college it seems that every day there is some kind of fest going on in college every time. That's something special about our college. Both NCC and NDA are available in our college. There is also a grand college fest in which many celebrities come to perform like Arijit Singh, Honey Singh etc.

Discussion Forum



Hi Aquif Hussain,

Eligibility Requirement for Admission:

  • Eligibility Requirement for B.Com(H) and B.A. (H) Economics--- It is compulsory that the student had studied Mathematics at the level of qualifying exam for admission to B.Com(H) and B.A. (H) Economics. But, marks of Mathematics are not necessarily to be included in the calculation of best of four
  • The minimum percentage of marks for admission to all courses except Mathematics is 45% of the aggregate marks obtained at the qualifying examination for General category candidate as per rules of the University of Delhi.
  • However, admission is done on merit on the basis of ‘Cut-Off’ percentage of marks announced by the College for different courses.

    The ‘Cut-Off’ percentages are based on marks of ‘Best of Four’ subjects as per procedure detailed.

Candidates are required to submit application form, as prescribed by the college, for admission to the first year (Semester I) of three Year Under-Graduate Programme . Admission will be made on the basis of merit by the Admission Committee and the Principal. The First Admission list shall be notified on 25th June.

Documents/Certificates Required for Admission:

Candidates seeking admission shall submit the original and self-attested photocopies of the following documents:

  1. Class XII Marks-sheet.
  2. Class XII Provisional Certificate/ Original Certificate.
  3. Character certificate from the school/ college last attended.
  4. Class X Marks-sheet cum certificate showing date of birth
  5. Transfer Certificate from school/ college as well as Migration Certificate from Board/University is required for those students who have passed senior secondary exam from outside Delhi.
  6. In the case of SC/ST candidates, Caste Certificate in the name of candidate along with the certificate either of mother / father / brother / sister.
  7. In the case of OBC candidates, Caste Certificate in the name of the candidate shall be submitted along with the following:
    • Any one of the last three years’ Return of Income of the father or Form 16 in case of salaried employees
    • In other cases, self-attested copy of the document(s) submitted to the Competent Authority in respect of non-creamy layer for issue of OBC certificate.
  8. Proof of permanent residence of the student and parent viz. electricity bill, AADHAR card, election card, receipt of property tax payment. MTNL/BSNL telephone bill.
  9. Four recent passport size photographs
  10. Prescribed undertaking duly signed by the parent/guardian as regards genuineness of the documents submitted for admission.

Answer By: Getmyuni

13 May 2016

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