Year Founded: 1954

Affiliation: University of Delhi

Contact No: 011 - 27667747

Email: contact@hansrajcollege.co.in

Website: www.hansrajcollege.co.in 

Location: Mahatma Hans Raj Marg, Malka Ganj , New Delhi, Delhi, India - 110007

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Hansraj College Invites Applications for UG Programs

Applications are invited by Hansraj College, New Delhi   for admission to four year undergraduate program of studies with multiple degree options offered in various disciplines for the academic session 2013-14. For more details and information on disciplines, please click here . Eligibility Criteria for St. Xavier's College, Delhi: Candidate passed senior secondary school certificate examination (Class XII) of the central board of secondary education or an examination recognized as equivalent thereto by obtaining minimum marks as specified for each of the courses in...

Should all colleges introduce entrance test for admissions to undergraduate courses?

With cut-offs as high as 100% in some Delhi University (DU) colleges such as Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) in 2011, many students with lesser scores in Class XII leave all hopes to secure admission in a college and course of their choice. However unlike last year, the cut-offs at DU this year did not touch the 100% mark but still stood high for most popular colleges such as Hindu, Hans Raj , St. Stephens , Sri Venkateswara and many others. The admissions are still going on at DU through 7 th cut-off list mostly for OBC category students. Thus to do away with this, Patna...

DU 7th cut-off list: BCom (H) seats available in 5 colleges

Though general category seats are filled in most of the colleges, admissions to BCom(H) course is still available in 5 Delhi University (DU) colleges as per the 7 th cut-off list declared yesterday, July 16, 2012. Seats for courses such as BCom English and economics, BCom (H) are still available in Ramjas College. However admissions are open for a number of courses in many colleges. Many DU colleges have opposed MHRD’s (Ministry of Human Resource Development) power to order admission norm, stating that decisions regarding policies of the university must be taken by the university...

Admissions closed in 13 DU colleges

With the release of fifth cut-off list, 13 of 60 Delhi University (DU) colleges closed admissions for all undergraduate courses on July 9, 2012 while remaining colleges are open for admissions in as many as 4 courses. Interestingly, a few South Campus as well as North Campus colleges are open for Economics Honours and BCom courses. Admission to BCom (H) course was open for general students in 9 colleges, while Economics (H) course was open in 3 colleges. Hindu had reopened admissions for BCom (H) at a cut-off ranging between 95.75 and 98.75% after closing it with the third list. The...

DU releases fifth cut-off list; many colleges reopen admission to BCom (H), economics courses

The Delhi University (DU) has released fifth cut-off list. With this many colleges have reopened admission to much sought-after courses such as BCom (H), BA (H) economics courses. Though general category seats have been filled in most colleges, 3 colleges have reopened admission to courses such as BCom (H) and BA (H) economics. The cut off for BA (H) economics course was dropped by 0.5% at Kirori Mal College (KMC) in the fifth cut off list. Jesus and Mary College and IP College also witnessed a drop of 0.5%. Now only 4 colleges including Shyam Lal (evening) are conducting admissions...

DU fifth cut-off list expected; many colleges reopen admissions

Popular colleges such as Hindu, Shri Ram College of Commerce and Miranda House reopened admissions to much sought-after courses such as BA (honours) economics after the release of fourth cut-off list on Friday, July 6, 2012. Many colleges are moving to these reputed colleges as large number of candidates withdrew after the release of 4 th cut-off list. Kirori Mal College witnessed about 16 withdrawals in economics, admission to which was closed after the second cut-off list. The college witnessed maximum number of withdrawals in BCom (honours) course (22). Hindu, Sri Venkateswars,...

Large number of vacant seats at DU may dip OBC cut-offs

OBC candidates seeking admission to bachelor degree courses in Delhi University (DU) have a reason to cheer up. Though admission to most popular courses such as BA (honours) economics, psychology, history, BCom (honours) or BSc (honours) mathematics and physics have been completed for general category through the second cut-off list declared on June 28, 2012, all programs are still open in most of the colleges for OBC candidates. Moreover, cut-offs are expected to go down further. While there were less admission to OBC quota seats under the first cut-off list and many seats went vacant,...

DU fitness test leaves candidates disappointed

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Students all set for DU cut offs

Students are all geared up for the admission process to the Delhi University , which will begin today. However, they are all the more excited to know what this years' cut offs will be. Shri Ram College of Commerce had shocked many last year, when it decided to set a cut off of 100% for admissions to BCom (honours) for students from a non-commerce background. Although the college has assured students that it will reduce the cut offs a little below the maximum marks, the move has left many wondering what is in store for them this year and whether it would prompt other colleges to raise...