Ramjas College, New Delhi was established in 1917 by the great educationist and philanthropist, Rai Kedar Nath. Ramjas College is one of the oldest colleges of Delhi. Beginning from the humble precincts of Darya Ganj in Old Delhi, the college today boasts of a spacious campus, state-of-the-art infrastructure and an esteemed faculty of scholars trained at leading universities in India and abroad. At Ramjas, they believe in holistic education that goes beyond achieving academic excellence and vocational training.
The College philosophy is to realize the overall intellectual, creative, cultural and socio-political growth and development of both the students and the college community in its entirety. The college offers a wide range of courses, extra-curricular activities and technologically advanced facilities accessible to the faculty, the students and the support staff.
Why Choose Ramjas College?
Best of facilities backed by the latest in modern technology
Strict performance norms through intra-departmental initiatives and interaction
School of Foreign and Indian languages
Short-term add-on courses to supplement learning in art, culture, science and awareness building programs.
Tie-ups with premier foreign universities and institutions
Centre for international education
Information and students services with professional counselor
Facilities at Ramjas College -
Departments at Ramjas College -
Department of English
Department of Hindi
Department of Sanskrit
Department of Philosophy
Department of Economics
Department of Statistics
Department of Botany
Department of Zoology
Department of Physics
Department of Chemistry
Department of History
Department of Political Science
Department of Commerce
Department of Mathematics
Department of Physical Education
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At Ramjas College, they always strive to create an environment in which each individual is encouraged to step beyond the confines of the academic and administrative disciplines to explore newer vistas. Their placement cell was conceptualized and initiated taking into consideration the desire of the students to utilize the education and vocational training that they received within the campus in the business environment.
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The Delhi University (DU) colleges have decided to take initiatives to prevent forged certificates and fake admissions this year, after Ramjas College identified 36 students who had forged their marks cards to gain admissions in the first and second year in 2011. On this account, colleges...
Ramjas College, University of Delhi is holding the 8th edition of South Asian Economics Students Meet called “SAESM 2011” from 29th October 2011 to 31st October 2011. South Asian Economics Students Meet provides a platform for all the undergraduate students of economics in South...
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