Hindu College, New Delhi established in 1899 by Late Shri Krishan Dassji Gurwale. The college is recognized as one of the premier academic institutions in the country. It stands tall in public esteem and also in the memories of its alumni, many of whom are now prominent figures in government, business and industry, the media and education. Notwithstanding its name, students from all religions have grown up here and excelled in the chosen areas of their interests, be it academics, sports or extra-curricular activities.
The college provides a liberal, lively and competitive environment enabling students to carve out a niche for themselves in their chosen arenas. Besides the infrastructural facilities, the strength of the college lies in its congenial and enriching atmosphere, which plays a crucial role in maintaining the excellent record the college is renowned for. Generations of students who have been groomed in this college have excelled in different walks of life, with the years spent in the college providing them a solid foundation on which they could craft their success.
Campus of Hindu College -
Hindu College is spread over 25 acres of land, the college premises are housed in one of the prime locations of the North campus of the University of Delhi and it is well connected by road and the Delhi Metro. The college campus is well known for its well-maintained gardens and lovely trees, a vast sports ground and a men’s hostel which can accommodate nearly 200 students.
Facilities at Hindu College -
Departments at Hindu College -
Department of Botany
Department of Zoology
Department of Chemistry
Department of Physics
Department of Mathematics
Department of Economics
Department of English
Department of Hindi
Department of History
Department of Sanskrit
Department of Philosophy
Department of Political Science
Department of Sociology
Department of Statistics
Department of Commerce
Placement Cell at Hindu College -
Placement cell recognizes all students as a valuable "Human Resource". It organizes interactive workshops that provide a platform for the students to voice their opinions and discuss topics which interest or concern them. The idea is to spread awareness on key issues, infuse a sense of responsibility and empower the students so that they become responsible, confident and independent individuals, with high levels of self-esteem.
Thus, friend’s corner aims to promote a general feeling of "well-being" among the students and offers personal counseling, if desired, so as to encourage and motivate them to help themselves become efficient and effective individuals.
Top Recruiters -
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