Year Founded: 1958
Contact No: 0172 - 2743980, 2742609 2742854, 2743173
Location: Sector-10 , Chandigarh, India - 160 011
D.A.V. College, Chandigarh was established in 1958. The college belongs to the family of the famous D.A.V. institutions, founded by Mahatma Hans Raj, and inspired by the great visionary-Swami Dayanand Saraswati-the doyen of the Arya Samaj, who believed that, “True education consists in promoting knowledge, civilized manners, virtuous character, self-control and other moral qualities and in dispelling ignorance”. He had always felt that the scientific knowledge of the west needs to be absorbed in the cultural milieu of India. The D.A.V. movement, which started in 1886, gives a practical shape to the ideal of Swami Dayanand’s educational philosophy which aims to develop a modern scientific approach among the students, coupled with an understanding of their roots in the ancient Vedic Culture.
The D.A.V. College, Chandigarh is trying to bring about this synthesis by imparting to the students the best of new world humanistic, scientific and technical knowledge with the sense of history of their rich cultural heritage-the Anglo and Vedic values. They work to achieve these broad objectives. The college was built from scratch with missionary zeal. Brick by brick, the early principals and teachers of the college put in super human efforts to launch the college. And those among the students who saw the college come up, knew exactly, what the growth had entailed.
Placement Cell :-
DAV College, Chandigarh has a separate Placement Cell headed by a full time Placement Officer. The Placement Cell was started in 2005, and since then the Placement Cell has been successful in placing many of its students in the renowned companies. Many students of BCA, BBA, B.Sc., B.Com, B.A. and M.Sc. (IT) have been placed in good positions in place like- Bangalore , Delhi , Mysure, Bombay , Chandigarh in companies like – Infosys, Wipro, Dell, Convergys, Accenture, Asian Pants, Keane India, Yes Bank, Reliance Money.
Courses offered by DAV College