Sri Venkateswara College (SVC), New Delhi was established in 1961. Fifty years ago, three stalwarts in the public domain, Smt Durgabai Deshmukh, Dr K.L.Rao and Dr C.Anna Rao, transformed their spirited vision and dream to reality in the shape of Sri Venkateswara College. Fired with the zeal of promoting the cause of education, the college was set up at New Delhi under the benign auspices of the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD), Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh.
Today, the college has around 3888 students on its rolls, offers more than a score of different courses in the Humanities, Commerce and Science disciplines with 231 teaching and non-teaching staff. Apart from the formal academic courses the college now offers 3 vocational courses and several short-term add-on courses that serve as significant supplements to the academic profiles of the students.
The college also offers 11 postgraduate courses for study. Moreover, the dedicated and well-trained academic faculty has been consistently honing the intellectual abilities of students who bring laurels to the college with singular regularity. With the provision of the apposite intellectual and moral matrix, young minds are trained to explore and realize their full potential, ultimately becoming equipped to face the challenges of the new world.
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Sports and Entertainment
Student Life –
Student life at SVC is an enriching experience. The college encourages student participation in sports, and in various curricular and co-curricular activities organized by the Physical Education Department, Fine Arts and respective departmental associations. These activities provide ample opportunities for students to develop and display their talents and to excel in competitions at various levels.
Placement Cell –
The placement cell provides an organized corporate interface for SVC students. The cell is committed to tapping the market that has come to recognize the sound academic training of the Sri Venkateswara College graduate. The organizations visiting the college get to see their professional abilities and they, in turn, get placement in competitive and respectable positions.
The placement cell also holds several workshops to give students information regarding centers of excellence in higher education in India and abroad. Last year, the cell also conducted training programs in soft skills and leadership skills. Assistance was also offered in writing resumes, developing interview skills by the conduct of practice interviews.
Top Recruiters –
Ernst and Young
Jaypee Capital Services
Courses offered by Sri Venkateswara College (SVC), New Delhi
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