Delhi University is very cheap, it's INR 7000rs/year. Scholarship options are less. Loans are not required as such. because the amount is very minimal.
The course fee is 10,000 rupees per annum. Scholarships are available for reserved category students. No, loans are not required.
Zakir Husain Delhi College, Delhi Fee Structure. The fee for my course is around 13000/- INR. Students get scholarships on the basis of various schemes launched by the ministry of social welfare and justice along with many NGO's & other society.
The course fee is INR 14,000 per annum. 2 different scholarships are available. Around 25% of the students avail it.
The fee is IR 6540. There were scholarship options for minority students from the government. The average number of students who get the scholarship is 70. Yes, loans are provided.
Course Duration:1 year(s), Full Time
Zakir Hussain Delhi College (ZHDC), New Delhi was established in 1824 and is affiliated to University of Delhi. The college has been managed by Zakir Husain Memorial Trust. The college has always stood steadfast as a champion of some basic values which have acquired greater relevance in contemporary times. The college strives for a holistic development of student character with a commitment to building a strong knowledge base and for this, the teachers, students and employees work together in close association.
Affiliation of Zakir Hussain Delhi College (ZHDC), New Delhi
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Departments of Zakir Hussain Delhi College (ZHDC), New Delhi
Contact Information of Zakir Hussain Delhi College (ZHDC), New Delhi
Address: Opposite to RamLeela Ground, Jawaharlal Nehru Marg, New Delhi, Delhi 110002
Phone Number: 011 2323 3420
The course fee is INR 11000 per annum, yes scholarship for sc/st. About 100-150 got the scholarship, yes loan can also be availed.
My course fee is INR 13000 per year. There are so many scholarship options available but very few students get the scholarship.
Mirza Mahmood Begg Memorial Scholarship
Three scholarships of the value of Rs. 1400 each are awarded annually to the undergraduates who secure the highest percentage of marks in the college at the final year University examinations in (1) Arts/Humanities stream (2) Sciences/Mathematical Sciences stream (3) Commerce Stream (4) B.Tech stream
Sri Narain Nigam Memorial Scholarship
Three scholarships,for the following categories of students obtaining highest percentage of marks in the college at the second year University examination (1)Rs. 700 for a visually handicapped student, (2)Rs. 1100 for Arts/Humanities and Commerce stream. (3)Rs. 1100 for Science stream and B.Tech stream.
Ved Kumar Gupta Memorial Scholarship
One scholarship of the value of Rs. 1100 to a student securing highest percentage of marks in college at the second year Arts/Humanities Stream of University examination in Political Science.
Kumar Shubham Memorial Scholarship
Four scholarships for the following categories of second-year students who obtain highest percentage of marks in the following courses.; (1)Rs. 700 for a student in B.Tech with Psychological Sciences. (2)Rs. 350 for a student in Arts/Humanities stream. (3)Rs. 350 for a student in Science stream and Mathematical stream. (4)Rs. 350 for a student in Commerce Stream.
Mrs. Harjinder Grover Memorial Award
Botany Department awards a cash prize of Rs. 500/- each to the students securing highest marks in B.Sc (Honours) in Botany Semester IV.The prize money is funded by theHarjinder Grover Endowment Fund which was instituted in the memory of Late Dr. (Mrs.)Harjinder Grover who remained on the faculty of the department for a long time.
S.P. Suri Memorial Award
Chemistry Department awards every year a medal,books and certificate to the students securing highest marks in Sciences Bechelor with Honours in Chemistry I,II,III year in the college as well as to the student who tops the Delhi University in B.Sc. (Honours)Chemistry III year.The award is instituted in the memory of Late Mr. S.P. Suri who established the Chemistry Department in the College and was on its faculty till 1987.
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