Colleges of Delhi - Hindu College
Delhi University has a number of colleges offering courses in many different areas, and one of the most popular such colleges is Hindu College. Hindu College did not start off from the current campus, but instead started from a much more humble building in Kinari Bazar in Chandni Chowk (now more famous as a place to buy small decorative items needed during marriage). In 1902, when Punjab University asked it to get a regular building of its own, it moved to a place in Kashmere Gate, donated by Rai Bahadur Lala Sultan Singh. Finally, the college moved to its current place in 1953.
Site of the college (website)
Links related to the courses offered by the college are available at this link (site)
Short term courses offered by the college are at this link. This includes courses on acting, foreign languages, mass media, etc.
Details for admission are located at this link.
Under Graduate Courses:
B A (Hons.) - Hindi
B A (Hons.) - Sanskrit
B Sc (Hons.) - Botany
B A (Hons.) - Political Science
B A (Pass)
B Com (Hons.)
B Sc (Hons.) - Physics
B Sc (Hons.) - Chemistry
B Sc (Hons.) - Zoology
B A (Hons.) - Economics
B Sc (Hons.) - Statistics
B Sc (Hons.) - Mathematics
B A (Hons.) - Mathematics
B A (Hons.) - Sociology
B A (Hons.) - History
B Sc (General) - Electronics
B Sc (General) - Group A
B A (Hons.) - English Test
Details about the placement cell, Disha, are at this link.
Location of the college on Google maps:
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Mecca, the festival of Hindu College, is very popular.
University Enclave, North Campus, Maurice Nagar - 110007
Online site for admissions (link)
2 Facebook groups for Hindu College (link1, link2)
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