Hindu College* Delhi – Courses | Cut off and more

Hindu College* Delhi – Courses | Cut off and more

Hindu College Delhi – A brief History : Hindu College was founded in 1899 by Late Shri Krishan Dassji Gurwale. Hindu College Delhi came into existence with a motive to provide nationalist education to the youth, while being non-elitist and non-sectarian. The college started in a humble building in Kinari Bazar, Chandni Chowk, and it was affiliated to Punjab University as there was no Delhi University in 1899. The college grew very well and in 1902, it faced a major problem. Hindu College didn’t have good infrastructure and Punjab University warned the college that the University would disaffiliate the college if the college fails to get a proper building of its own. Hindu College then shifted to a new property which was donated to the college. The college functioned from there till 1953. When Delhi University (DU) came into existence in 1922, Hindu College along with Ramjas College and St. Stephen’s College were subsequently affiliated to the University, making them the first three institutions to be affiliated with University of Delhi.

Hindu College has been consistently ranking as one of India’s top colleges. As per the list of top 10 DU colleges released by India Today Group along with Nielsen, Hindu college stands at number 3 for Arts, Commerce and Science courses.

Hindu College Delhi, Hindu College DU
Hindu College Campus front view

Hindu College Courses| Delhi University

Hindu College Delhi – Courses and Fees Details : Hindu College offers Undergraduate and  Postgraduate courses in Arts, Science and Commerce streams. The college has also been awarded the ‘Star College’ status for the DBT – Department of Biotechnology, by the Ministry of Science and Technology of India.

Following UG courses are offered by Hindu College:

Arts – This DU college offers all the major Arts courses to undergraduate students. In 2015, the college has been ranked at #3 in the list of top 10 DU colleges for Arts. Below are the Hindu College courses offered under the Arts stream .

  • Bachelor of Arts [BA]
  • Bachelor of Arts [BA] {Hons.} (Hindi)
  • Bachelor of Arts [BA] {Hons.} (History)
  • Bachelor of Arts [BA] {Hons.} (Philosophy)
  • Bachelor of Arts [BA] {Hons.} (Political Science)
  • Bachelor of Arts [BA] {Hons.} (Sanskrit)
  • Bachelor of Arts [BA] {Hons.} (Sociology)
  • Bachelor of Arts [BA] {Hons.} (Economics)
  • Bachelor of Arts [BA] {Hons.} (English)
  • Bachelor of Arts [BA] (Sanskrit)

Commerce –  

Bachelor of Commerce (Hons.) [B.Com (Hons.)] is the only commerce course offered by Hindu College. The college has facility for instruction only in English for this course. This is one of the courses for which Hindu College Cut off are always touching the sky. Also, the candidate must have studied Mathematics in class 12th to become eligible for admission to this course.

Science – 

Hindu College Delhi offers all the major science courses for under graduation.  The college has also been ranked at #3 in Delhi University for science courses. Below are the science courses offered by this college –

  • Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] (Physical Sciences)
  • Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] {Hons.} (Botany)
  • Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] {Hons.} (Chemistry)
  • Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] {Hons.} (Statistics)
  • Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] {Hons.} (Zoology)
  • Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] (Mathematics
  • Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] {Hons.} (Physics)
  • Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] (Electronics)
  • Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] {Hons.} (Mathematics)
  • Master of Science [M.Sc] (Mathematics)
  • Master of Science [M.Sc] (Operational Research)

You can find complete details about these courses on this page .

Hindu College Fees is very nominal, which is around 5000 rupees a year for most of its courses. The entire fees list is given below.

Hindu College Fees, Hindu College, Hindu College Courses

Hindu College Cut Off

Hindu College is one of the most sought after colleges of University of Delhi. A large number of students apply every year to get into this college. It is because of this reason that the Hindu College Cut off are very high. The first cut off of this college usually stands more than 90% and in case of very popular courses like B.Com (Hons.) and B.Sc. (Hons.) Physics its more than 97%.

Due to these cut offs, it becomes extremely difficult to take admission in this DU college. You can download the previous year Hindu College cut offs from these links 2015  2014  2013. Looking at the previous year cut off, it can be said that Hindu College cut off 2016 are also going to be very high.

Hindu College Delhi Highlights

  • The college has a long list of well-known personalities (Business tycoons, Industrialists, Players & politicians) Mecca Hindu College, HIndu College festin India and abroad.
  • Hindu college campus is one of the most beautiful college campuses of Delhi University, spread out over an area of 25 acres encircled by beautiful gardens.
  • The college has highly qualified one hundred & twenty faculty members
  • The college has well equipped laboratories, wide collection of books & journals, NCC &NSS rooms. Additionally, a seminar hall, computer room, photocopier & stationary shop are also available.
  • The college also has a 117 seater boys hostel and a canteen in the campus, the canteen is famous for serving delicious food.
  • Hindu college organizes its annual cultural fest ‘Mecca‘, which is a very well known college fest of Delhi University 

Hindu College DU Notable Alumni

The college has a well-known alumnus. Hinduites (Hindu College Alumni) stand tall in public esteem. Following are few of the Hindu College Notable Alumni-

  • Aakash Chopra, Indian Cricketer
  • Abhishek Chaubey, Film director
  • Adarsh Shastri, former Sales Head, Apple Inc. India & Political Activist of Aam Aadmi Party
  • Ajay Jadeja, Indian Cricketer
  • Amitava Kumar, Journalist & Professor of English at Vassar College
  • Anil Shorey, Infantry Officer in Indian Army & Writer
  • Arjun Rampal, Actor
  • Ankur Warikoo, Angel investor & Co-founder and CEO of NearBuy
  • Arnab Goswami, Editor-in-Chief of Times Now
  • Bipan Chandra, Historian & Professor of Modern History at Jawaharlal Nehru University
  • Brahma Chellaney, Author & Professor at Centre for Policy Research
  • Deep Dasgupta, Indian Cricketer
  • Gautam Gambhir, Indian Cricketer
  • Hardeep Singh Puri, Indian Foreign Service Officer & Permanent Representative of India to the United Nations
  • Ila Patnaik, Principal Economic Advisor, Ministry of Finance of India
  • Imtiaz Ali, Film director
  • Imran Zahid, Actor
  • Kadambari Murali, Editor-in-Chief of Sports Illustrated India
  • Kavita Ramdas, President and CEO of Global Fund for Women
  • Leela Gandhi, Professor of English at University of Chicago
  • Loveleen Tandan, Film director
  • Luv Ranjan, Film director
  • Manish Tiwary, Film director
  • Manoj Kumar, Actor
  • Manvinder Bisla, Indian Cricketer
  • Mayanti Langer, Journalist
  • Meenakshi Lekhi, National Spokesperson of Bhartiya Janta Party
  • Mira Aggarwal, Politician & Mayor of Delhi
  • Mirza Farhatullah Baig, Urdu Writer
  • Papiya Ghosh, Historian & Professor of History at University of Patna
  • Prithvi Nath Dhar, Principal Secretary to Prime Minister Office, India
  • Rana Hemant Singh, titular Maharaj Rana of Dholpur
  • Rao Inderjit Singh, Minister of State, India
  • Rao Narbir Singh, Politician
  • Ravi Burman, Secretary, OSA of Hindu College, Delhi
  • Rekha Bhardwaj, Singer
  • Roshan Abbas, Presenter
  • Shirin M. Rai, Professor of Politics and International Studies at University of Warwick
  • Siddhartha Basu, Businessman
  • Sonam Wangchuk, Colonel in Indian Army & Recipient of Maha Vir Chakra Gallantry Award
  • Subramanian Swamy, Economist, Politician & Minister of Commerce and Industry, India
  • Tabu Ram Taid, Author
  • Tahir Raj Bhasin, Actor
  • Tisca Chopra, Actress
  • Tuhin Sinha, Writer
  • Vinod Rai, 11th Comptroller and Auditor General of India
  • Vishal Bhardwaj, Film director & Music composer

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References:

http://www.hinducollege.org/

 

10 thoughts on “Hindu College* Delhi – Courses | Cut off and more”

  1. Hii sir du me admission kitne % ank Vale students ko liya jayega aur entrance exam kis year se lagu hua hai

  2. Sir top four marks are going to be added or on whole the percentage would be marked as for admission purpose

  3. Sir top four marks are going to be added or on whole the percentage would be marked as for admission purpose on how the admission will be baised on

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