Delhi Top 10 Colleges
|Delhi Top 10 Colleges|
|Lady Shri Ram College for Women||St. Stephen’s College|
|Hindu College||Miranda House|
|Hansraj College||Jesus & Mary College (JMC)|
|Ramjas College||Sri Venkateswara College|
|Sri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC)||Indraprastha College for Women|
Affiliated to the Delhi University, LSR is one of the best women’s colleges in India. Established in 1956, it is located at Lajpat Nagar. This institution is famous for its Arts and Commerce programmes in the undergraduate and post graduate levels. Other courses include B.Sc in Statistics, and professional programmes like Journalism and Elementary Education.
St. Stephen’s, established in 1881, has an educational heritage that very few colleges can take pride in. Located in Delhi’s North Campus University Enclave, this co-educational college has among the top Arts and Science programmes in both undergraduate and post graduate levels.
Founded in 1899, Hindu College is among the best colleges in India. Affiliated to the University of Delhi, it offers UG and PG programs in Arts, Commerce and Science. Students of this premier institution take active participation in co-curricular activities while excelling in their academics. Its campus is in the North Campus in Delhi.
Miranda House is a renowned women’s college in Delhi. It ranks among the top colleges in the country. Founded in 1948, it offers UG and PG degree programs in Arts and Science, which includes M.Sc. in Anthropology. Other courses offered here are vocational programs like those in Computer Applications and Operations Research, and certificate courses in the French, German, Russian and Spanish languages.
Located at the North Campus, Hansraj College has one of Delhi’s best Arts, Science and Commerce degree courses in undergraduate and post graduate levels. Its UG programs include subjects like Sanskrit, Applied Physical Sciences, Botany and Anthropology. Geology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Operational Research are some of the subjects students can study in the PG level. Notable alumni of Hansraj include actor Shah Rukh Khan and NASA scientist Subhash Saini.
Boasting of an illustrious alumni including TV anchor Ambika Anand, and politician Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, JMC is a well known women’s college in Delhi. It is located in Chanakyapuri and offers undergraduate programs in Arts, and Commerce. These include Sociology, Hindi, Economics and Mathematics. Other courses offered here include certificate programs in Women Studies, Media Studies, Financial Management, and Airline, Travel Agent & Airport Handling.
(www.ramjascollege.edu) Ramjas College, founded in 1917, is one of the oldest colleges in Delhi (aftet St. Stephen’s and Hindu College), This co-educational institution has undergraduate and post graduate degree courses, short term vocational programs and certificate courses in the fields of Arts, Commerce & Science. Its alumni includes actor Kulbhushan Kharbanda and director Prakash Jha.
Sri Venkateswara College is one of the few colleges in the country to be given the status “College with Potential for Excellence” by the University Grants Commission in India. It is located in the South Campus and offers UG and PG degree programmes in Arts, Commerce and Science. There are other post graduate courses including Certificate Course in Nanotechnology, Diploma Course in German Language, and PG Diploma in Molecular & Biochemical Technology.
Recent surveys suggest that SRCC is the first preference for students who wish to study undergraduate and post graduate level Commerce. Started in 1926, it is a private college affiliated to the University of Delhi. Other academic programmes offered here include MBA in International Business, B.A. Economics, and Post Graduate Diploma in Global Business Operations.
Founded in 1924, Indraprastha College is the oldest among all women’s colleges in Delhi. It is located near Kashmiri Gate and offers Arts, Science, Commerce and professional courses in both UG and PG levels. Programmes here include subjects like Music, History, Psychology, Physical Education, Computer Science, Sanskrit, and Mass Media & Mass Communication.
Last Updates: 30th-Sep-2013