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Bharati College, Janak Puri

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College
Profile:
Bharati College, Janak Puri

 

Courses/
Seats available:
B. Com. (Honours) 108; B.A.
(Honours) English 54; B.A.
(Honours) Political Science 54; B.A. (Honours)
History 54; B.A. (Honours) Hindi
54; B.A. (Honours) Sanskrit 54;
B.Com Pass 127; B.A. Programme 160

 

Entrance
examination:
Admission to
B.A. (Honours) English will be
on the basis the Common Admission Test for English (CATE) conducted by the Delhi University.

 

Quota:

Sports/
ECA: 5%

SC/ST:
22.5%

OBC: 27 %

 

Faculty
strength:
85

 

Hostel facility:
Not
available
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        
                                                                                                                                                                                                          

 

Course
fee:
Annual fee of Rs 5,400
for B.A. (Honours) English, B.A. (Honours), B.A. (Honours) History, B.A. (Honours) Hindi, B.A. (Honours) Sanskrit and B.A. Programme.

An
additional amount of Rs 2400 for B.A.
Programme with Computer Application.

An
additional amount of Rs 600 for B.A.
Programme with Music.

An
additional amount of Rs 300 for B.Com (H
onours) and B.Com. Pass with computers.

 

Campus
life
: The College
organises an annual inter-college festival called Abhivyakti in December. The
dramatics’ society, called Chilman, and the Eco Club are the popular bodies.

 

Placement:
Bharati College has a placement cell that got 60 students placed
last year.

 

Website: http://www.bharaticollege.com/

 

Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College

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Profile of Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College
(University of Delhi)

Name of the College        :    Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College,
                    
 
Courses/ Seats available  : B.Sc. (Hons.) Computer Science 46, B.Sc. (Hons.) Electronics 46, B.Sc. (Hons.) Physics 46, B.Sc. (Hons.) Maths 62, B.Com (Hons.) 123, B.A. (Hons.) English 31, B.Sc (Prog.) Physical Science 77, B.Sc (Prog.) Life Science 77, B.Sc (Prog.) Applied Science 62, B.B.S. 46, B.A. (Prog.) 92.
 
Entrance Examination  : Admission to BBS and PGDCA will be on the basis of a common entrance test conducted by the University of Delhi.
 
Faculty Strength  :   79
 
Hostel facility    :    Not Available
               (Paying Guest Accommodation is available in adjoining area).
 
Fee  :  Annual fee varies from Rs 6000/-  to Rs. 9000/- (approx.) for all Courses except B.Sc (Hons.) Computer Science & PGDCA for which Course Fee of Rs. 15,000/- and  Rs. 10,000/- is extra.

Campus life  :  The college organizes eight functions every year  :

Orientation Programme, a day before the Opening of the College for First year students and their parents.

Founder’s Day on 25th September.

Vande Mataram – an inter-college Classical Dance and Choir competition.

‘Kalarav’ – The Annual Cultural Festival.

Melange – The Management Fest of the Department of Business Studies.

Tech Marathon – the IT Fest of the Department of Computer Science.

Sports Day and Annual Day.

Besides the college is abuzz with extra-curricular activities such as Music Society,  Voice-The Debating Society, Yavanika-Dramatics Club, DDUC-Spic Macay Chapter, Gandhi Study Circle, Eco-Club, Photography Club, Adventure Club, Women Development Cell, NSS. 

In addition some of the Subject Societies – Abhivyakti, Aryabhatta Science Forum, Charak Sushrut Biochemical Society, Zest-English Society, Sanganika-The Computer Society, Harish Chandra Mathematical Society, CommUNITY-The Commerce Society and BBS also organize various Seminars/Workshops during the year.
 
Placement  :   The Placement Cell, focuses on preparing the candidates to face interviews during the placement season and organizes Seminars / Workshops on various topics of interest.  In the previous year, five students of B.Sc (H) Computer Science have been selected by Wipro Technologies and four of B.Sc (H) Physics and Electronics were placed in IBM Daksh.

The Placement Cell is assisting students in a variety of ways.  It helps them to plan their resumes, understand job profiles and prepares them for interviews with companies.  The aim of this team is to develop the personal and professional skills of students.  The students of the BBS Course were short listed by KPMG, Capital IQ, Hewitt & Associates, JWT, HDFC Standard Life and some others.
 
 
Website: http://dducollege.du.ac.in/
 

Delhi College of Arts and Commerce

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College Profile- Delhi College of Arts and Commerce

Courses/ Seat available- B.A (Programme) 137, B.A (Honours) Economics 46, B.A (Honours) English 46, B.A (Honours) History 46, B.A (Honours) Journalism 31,B.A (Honours) Political Science 46, B.Com (Pass) 137, B.Com (Honours) 92.

Entrance Examination- A common entrance test to be conducted for the students of Journalism.

Quota-
 Sports- 5%
SC/ST- 22.5 %
OBC- 27 %

Hostel Facility- No

Course Fee- for B.A (Programme) Rs 6025, B.Com (Pass) Rs. 6125, for all B.A (Honours) Rs.6150, B.Com (Honours) Rs 6150, B.A (Honours) Journalism Rs 7750.

Campus Life- An inter college cultural festival called is organised by the college each year around January- February

Placement- The College has an active placement cell which works throughout the year.

Website: http://dcac.du.ac.in/

Aditi Mahavidyalaya

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College Profile: Aditi Mahavidyalaya
 
Courses/ Seats available: B.A (Programme) 539; B.Com  46; B.Com (Honours) 54; B.A (Honours) Geography 31; B.El.Ed 54; B.A (Honours) Hindi Patrika Avam Jansanchar 46; B.A (Honours) Social Work 46
 
Entrance examination: Admission to B.A (Honours) Social Work will be on the basis of a common entrance test conducted by the Delhi University and B.A (Honours) Social Work examination and interview.
 
Quota:
Sports/ ECA: 5%
SC/ST: 22.5%
OBC: 27%
 
Faculty strength: 66
 
Hostel facility: no                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  
 
Course fee: Annual fee of Rs 4.310 for B.Com (Pass), Rs. 4510 for B.Com (Honours), Rs. 5460 for B.A Hindi Journalism, Rs. 4860 for B.A (Honours) Geography, for B.l.Ed Rs.4760, Rs 1665 for B.A (Programme)
 
Campus life: An inter-college cultural festival called UTSAV is organised by the college
 
Placement: The college has an active placement cell.
 
 
Website: http://www.amv94.org/

 

Daulat Ram College

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College Profile: Daulat Ram College
 
Courses/ Seats available: BA programme 123; BA. (Honours) Economics 92; BA. (Honours) English 62; BA.(Honours) Hindi 92;BA.(Honours) History 46; BA.(Honours) Maths 23;BA.(Honours) Music 23;BA.(Honours) Philosophy 39; BA.(Honours) Political Science 92; BA.(Honours) Psychology 37; BA.(Honours) Sanskrit 37; B.Com (Programme) 77; B.com (Honours)111; BSc.Life science 62; Bio Chemistry (Honours)23; Botany (Honours) 46; Chemistry (Honours)23; BSc Maths (Honours)23; Zoology (Honours)46
 
 
Entrance examination:.
 
Quota:
Sports/ ECA: 5%
SC/ST: 22.5%
OBC: 27 %
 
Faculty strength: 140
 
Hostel facility:  Girls hostel available. Seats have been increased this year from 125 to 180                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   
 
Course fee: All BA (Honours), BA (Programme), B.com(Honours)- Rs 6,190
BA(Honours and BA (Programme)with Music-Rs 6,390, BA(Programme) with Psychology and Nutrition-Rs 7490, BSc Life science-Rs 7,420, BSc Bio Chemistry (Honours) 9,370, BSc Botany (Honours)-Rs 8220, BSc Chemistry (Honours) Rs 8,170, BSc (Honours) Maths-Rs 6,390, BSc Zoology(Honours))-Rs 7,420
 
 
Campus life: A college festival called Manjari is organised by the college each year.. Dance, debate and dramatics societies and environment club are among the most active
 
Placement: The college’s placement cell co-ordinates with the central placement cell of the university of the university for placements. Students have been placed in organizations such as Barclays, Balaji Telefilms and HCL.
 
Website: www.daulatramcollege.net

 

Bhaskaracharya College of Applied Sciences

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Name of the College:   Bhaskaracharya College of Applied Sciences

Courses offered & seats available:
 
 B.Sc. (H) Computer Science 46; B.Sc. (H) Food Technology  46; B.Sc. (H) Bio Medical Sciences 46; B.Sc. (H) Microbiology  31; B.Sc. (H) Physics 31; B.Sc. (H) Polymer Science  46; B.Sc (H) Electronics  46;   B.A.Sc. (H) Instrumentation  46
 
Entrance exam: A common entrance test is being conducted by the University of Delhi, every year for admission to the B.Sc.(H) Biomedical Sciences.
 
Quota: (1) Sports/ ECA :  5%  (2) SC/ST :  22.5%  (3) OBC : 27% 
 
Faculty strength: 50
 
Hostel facility:  None

Course fee:
Annual fee – Rs 5,530/- for all courses except B.Sc. (H) Computer Science, Biomedical Sciences and Polymer Science

Annual fee – Rs 15,530/- for B.Sc. (Honours) Polymer Science and B.Sc. (Honours) Bio Medical Sciences.
 
Annual fee -  Rs 20,530/- for B.Sc. (Honours) Computer Science.

Campus life: An inter-college cultural festival called Shrijan is organised by the college each year around February. Dance, debate and dramatics’ societies are
 
Placement Cell : The College has its Placement Cell which acts as a bridge between students, employers and central placement cell of the University of Delhi. It provides a platform for students to interact with various academia, organizations and R&D departments for their summer internships, projects and training programmes. Students have been well placed in various esteemed institutions and industries like Wipro & HCL.   
Website : http://bcas.du.ac.in/

 

Bhagini Nivedita College

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College Profile- Bhagini Nivedita College

Courses/ Seat available- B.A (Programme) 408, B.A (Honours) Hindi 46, B.Com (Pass) 92, B.Sc (Applied Science) with Computer Science 31.

Entrance Examination-  No

Quota-
Sports- 5%
SC/ST- 22.5 % (15 % for SC and 7.5 % for ST)
OBC- 27 %
PH- 3%

Hostel Facility-  No

 Course Fee- B.A (Programme) Conventional Subject Rs 2950, Vocational/Restructured Subject Rs 3750, with Music Rs.3940, B.A (Honours) Hindi Rs 3050, B.Com (Pass) Rs 2950, B.Sc (Applied Science) with Computer Science Rs.4150

Campus Life- An inter- college cultural festival “Navrang” is organised by the College each year in the month of November- December. Student Societies organizes seminars, quiz, general knowledge, poetry competitions etc during the year.

Website: http://www.bhagininiveditacollege.in/

Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma

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College Profile- Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma

Courses/ Seat available- B.A (Programme) 82, B.A (Honours) Economics 68, B.A (Honours) English 34, B.A (Honours) Hindi 34, B.A (Honours) History 34, B.A (Honours) Political Science 68, B.Com (Pass) 136, B.Com (Honours) 122,
B.Sc Physical Science 109, B.Sc Applied Physical Science (Electronics) 54, B.Sc Applied Physical Science (Industrial Chemistry) 41, B.Sc (Honours) Chemistry 61, B.Sc (Honours) Computer Science 41, B.Sc (Honours) Electronics Science 27, B.Sc (Honours) Mathematics 68, B.Sc (Honours) Physics 61

Entrance Examination- No

Quota-
ECA & Sports- 5%
SC/ST- 22.5 %
OBC- 27 %
Foreign Candidate- 5%
Handicapped students- 3%
Children of widows of army officer- 5%

Hostel Facility- No

Course Fee- B.Sc (Programme) Rs 5315, for B.A (Programme) and B.Com (Pass) Rs. 3455, B.A (Programme) with BDP Rs. 4655, for all B.A (Honours) Rs.3495, B.Com (Honours) Rs 4695, B.Sc (Honours) Rs 3985 and B.Sc (Honours) Computer Science Rs 20510.

Campus Life- An inter college cultural festival called “TIDE” is organised by the college each year around December- January

Placement-  The College has an active placement cell which works throughout the year.

Website: http://www.arsdcollege.net/

Checklist for the application day

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Checklist for the application day

1.    Carry a bottle of water, wear comfortable clothes and footwear; carry a big bag to for all your stuff.
2.    Carry a folder to organise your forms, papers and photographs.
3.    Make sure you have enough money.
4.    Forms cost anywhere between Rs 10 and Rs 100. College prospectus cost between Rs 50 and Rs 150. So, if you plan to cover 10 colleges a day, carry at least Rs 1,000 for forms and more for food and transportation expenses.
5.    Don’t worry about lunch as there are plenty of eateries around the campus.

Suggestions and points to remember

1. After buying the Optimal Mark Reader (OMR) form, applicants should go home and not be in a rush to fill it.
2.The OMR circle has to be filled very carefully and students are suggested to read the instructions before filling it.
3. Applicants can apply to 43 courses in 61 colleges by filling one OMR form. However,
students applying through sports and ECA quota will have to fill out separate forms available for them in each college.
4.Students applying for entrance tests also need to fill separate forms for which their need to contact colleges or department for further information.
5. Candidates interested in applying to the 17 colleges conducting English (Hons) admission through the common admission test need to apply separately through the common CATE form available at all the 17 participating CATE colleges.
6. For admission in various college hostels, applications should be filled separately.
7. Applicants can buy prospectus of various colleges to get a better idea about infrastructure, faculty, hostel facilities and extra-curricular activities. However, filling the OMR form is enough to secure admission.
8. Buy admission forms from DU’s Information Centres and not from individuals outside colleges, who promise admission. In such a situation, the person should be reported to the DU authorities immediately.

How to fill up the OMR form

1.    Applicant shouldn’t hurry while filling the OMR Form.
2.    The form should be filled with a blue or a black ballpoint pen and not a pencil.
3.    Students have to darken the circle corresponding to the college and course of their choice.
4.    Students should begin with filling their name first.
5.    A complimentary form attached in the bulletin should be filled first to avoid mistakes in the original form.
6.    Buy another form in case you make a mistake while colouring the OMR bubble.
7.    Don’t use correction ink to erase a mistake made while colouring the OMR circle. The computer reads the markings and the correction ink can interfere in the reading process.
8.    Students should also carry a photocopy of the filled form with them which will be stamped in receipt of application at the information centers at the time of submission.

Documents required at the time of admission

At the time of admission, the applicants shall be required to produce
the following documents in original with two sets of self-attested
photocopies:

1. Class X Board Examination Certificate
2. Class X Mark-sheet
3. Class XII Mark-sheet
4. Class XII Provisional Certificate/Original Certificate
5. Character Certificate (recent)
6. SC/ST Certificate (in the candidate’s name)- For SC/ST
   Candidates
7. OBC (Non-Creamy Layer) Certificate in the name of the
   Candidate (For OBC Candidates)
8. Transfer Certificate from school/college as well as
   Migration Certificate from Board/University are required
   from those students who have passed senior secondary
   exam outside Delhi.
9.  At least two passport size self-attested photographs

QUOTA

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Quota information

SC/ST
•    22.5% of the total number of seats is reserved for candidates belonging to scheduled caste/scheduled tribes
•    
•    SC/ST candidates have to get their names registered at any one of the registration centers which are (a) Arts Faculty, North Campus (b) Office of the deputy Dean, students welfare (c) Shyam Lal College, Shahadra (d) Rajdhani College, Raja Garden from May 28 to June 11, 2010 (10 am to apm)
•    Candidates are required to bring SC/ST certificate issued in their name along with their two self-attested photographs, school certificate and mark sheet of senior school certificate examination.                   

Quota information

SC/ST
•    22.5% of the total number of seats is reserved for candidates belonging to scheduled caste/scheduled tribes
•   
•    SC/ST candidates have to get their names registered at any one of the registration centers which are (a) Arts Faculty, North Campus (b) Office of the deputy Dean, students welfare (c) Shyam Lal College, Shahadra (d) Rajdhani College, Raja Garden from May 28 to June 11, 2010 (10 am to apm)
•    Candidates are required to bring SC/ST certificate issued in their name along with their two self-attested photographs, school certificate and mark sheet of senior school certificate examination.                  

OBC quota
•    Total number of seats in each course has been increased by 54 to accomdate OBC quota of 27 per cent
•    Eligibility criteria for admission through OBC quota are  (a) certificate in the name of the candidate (b) Their caste has to be part of the central list for OBC (c) the certificate has to mention non creamy layer status of the candidate
•    The separate cut off for the OBC Category will not be have a difference of more than 10% from the original cut off

Physically Handicapped
•    3% seats are reserved for physically challenged candidates
•    Seats are reserved for candidates having minimum 40% physical disabilities
•    Medical examination will be held in University health center in North Campus
•    Certificates in original with 2 photocopies are required with 2 passport size photo
•    Disability certificate from a government hospital with more than 40 % disability
•    Registration and application forms for physically challenged candidates will be available at Office of the Dean, Students Welfare (North Campus) between May 28 to June 11 (10 am to 1 pm)

Sports quota
•    At most 5% of the seats can be offered for admission on the basis of sports and co curricular excellence.
•    Candidates who have participated in international/national level events will be given direct admission.
•    A weightage of 75 per cent is given to the certificates/achievements of the candidate’s best performance of the last three years and weightage of 25 per cent to be given to field trial.
•    Trials will be organised centrally in the university by the DU Sports Council.

Foreign and other category
•    At least 5% seats in each course are reserved for foreign students
•    Foreign students who have passed the qualifying examination from an Indian Board/university in India including boards like CBSE located in foreign countries are not eligible for admission through this quota
•    Relaxation of 5% will be given to nominees of Nepal or Royal Government of Bhutan
•    Reservation for Sikkimese students only in colleges with hostel facilities: 3 seats in BA (P), 1 in BA (H), 4 in B.Com, 2 in B.Com (H), 2 in B.Sc physical sciences/applied physical sciences and 2 in B.Sc life sciences/ applied life sciences 
•    5% of the seats are reserved for children/widows/wives of the officers and men of the armed forces who were killed/disabled in action or on duty
•    Candidates of the above category seeking admission to science courses have to get their names registered at faculty of science, north campus and those applying for other courses at Room no.220, New Administrative Block, North Campus.
•    Relaxation of maximum 5% will be given in the minimum marks for determining eligibility for admission for children/widows/wives of the officers and men of the armed forces category

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