Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC), Delhi was established in 1920. SRCC is one of the first Commerce and Economics institutes of India. SRCC is located in North Delhi, University of Delhi. SRCC was initially a Commercial School. Later on in the year 1932, SRCC was converted into a degree college. In 1926, SRCC was affiliated to University of Delhi. SRCC is a specialized constituent college of the University of Delhi located in New Delhi, India. SRCC is the leading institute for higher studies in Commerce and Economics in India.
In 1932, the College was upgraded to the status of a Degree College and started awarding its graduates the B.A. (Pass) (Commerce Group) Degrees of the University. The B.A. (Honours) (Commerce Group) Degrees were introduced in 1943. Closely on its heels, the same year saw the entry of M.A. (Economics), and in 1948 M.Com was introduced. In 1949, when the B.Com (Honours) Degree was instituted in the University of Delhi, teaching the course seemed to be natural task of the College. The B.A. (Honours) Economics was introduced in 1958.
In 1951, on its Silver Jubilee, the College decided to convert itself into a College specializing in Commerce and Economics, and also gave itself the present name in recognition of the contribution made by its founder – Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC).
Courses offered by Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC)
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...
The placement scenario of top colleges in India certainly doesn’t seem to be affected with the economic downturn taking place around the world. Global recruiters are queuing up currently at the top colleges, namely SRCC (Shri Ram College of Commerce) and LSR (Lady Shri Ram College) in New...
St. Stephen’s College , Delhi University has reported a top salary of Rs. 19 lakh p.a. for a student graduating this year. This has beaten the previous records and is even more than the average salaries being offered at the IIMs (Indian Institute of Management) this year. The offer has...
Delhi University (DU) witnessed a change in its annual placements for final-year students. A new trend has emerged where second year students at the varsity are being viewed as potential candidate pool. This year, firms visiting DU hired more 2 nd year students than those from the final-year. ...
Applications are invited by Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC), Delhi for admission to two year full-time Post Graduate Program (PGP) in Global Business Operations of the Univeristy of Delhi for the acedemic batch of 2013-2015. Eligibility Criteria for SRCC, Delhi ...
B.Com (Honours) and Economics (Honours) have emerged as the hot favorite courses at Delhi University (DU) this year, with large number of students from across the country seeking admission to these programmes. Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) has received a total of 48,000 applications...
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...
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...
This time Delhi University (DU) may not touch 100% cut-off, but the students will definitely have to face the stiff competition. Most DU colleges announced the first cut-off list on Monday, June 25, 2012 for undergraduate courses. Though the cut-offs have not reached the perfect 100%,...
St Stephen’s College announced its cut-offs for this year on June 20, 2012. For BA English (honours) course, cut-offs for commerce stream students is 98%. This is one of the highest cut-offs declared by the college this year. For economics, cut-offs are 97.75%. Except for Sanskrit,...
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...
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