Delhi College of Arts and Commerce (DCAC), New Delhi was established in 1987, is a premier higher educational institution and imparts holistic professional and vocational education. The college provides a dynamic learning environment to its students to pursue excellence, gain knowledge and acquire skills to achieve their goals Delhi College of Arts & Commerce, premier higher educational institution, imparts holistic professional and vocational education. Delhi College of Arts and Commerce is a co-educational constituent College of the University of Delhi. The College has well qualified and academically distinguished teaching staffs who have over the years maintained an excellent rapport with the students.
Facilities at Delhi College of Arts and Commerce -
Girls Common Room
Departments at Delhi College of Arts and Commerce -
Department of Commerce
Department of History
Department of Mathematics
Department of Political Science
Department of Economics
Department of English
Department of Physical Education
Department of Computer Science
Department of German
Department of Spanish
Department of Hindi
Department of Library
Department of Journalism
Placement Cell at Delhi College of Arts and Commerce -
Delhi College of Arts & Commerce has a well established job placement cell which has been functioning for the last three years. Due to the consistent and diligent efforts of the Principal, Convenor, non-teaching staff and the student volunteers, the job placement cell of DCAC is one of the best in the South campus.
B.Com(Commerce)- Stands for Bachelor of Commerce. Typically, B.Com is a three year course, minimum eligibility for which is an intermediate (10+2) with subjects such as accounts, maths and economics...
B.A.(Other Arts Subjects) - Stands for Bachelor of Arts in Other Arts Subjects. Typically, a B.A is a three year program, minimum eligibility for which is an intermediate(10+2). Bachelor of Arts is a..
Delhi University (DU) announced its second cut-off list on Thursday, June 28, 2012 which revived the hopes of many students who were seeking admission to DU. Although admissions to popular courses such as BCom (honours) has ended at 36 colleges, 15 colleges including Kirori Mal , Hindu , Sri...
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