Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC), Delhi was established in 1920. SRCC is one of the first Commerce and Economics institutes of India. SRCC was initially a Commercial School. Later on in 1932, the college 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. 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.
Facilities at Shri Ram College of Commerce –
- Seminar Room
- Swimming Pool
- Computer Center