Few days back i went to college after approx 3 years for getting some NOC and they were very helpful. Though they took more than 4 hours to give me one NOC but i think it was not there fault as they have to find records from 2012 files so that is a time consuming process. So i think the entire college management is very helpful and completely dedicated for the help of the students.
Well the college dcac is a great institution having all what one wants the only downer i think was the infrastructure at my time but now when i recently visited dcac the have improved the facilities a lot and i did want to rejoin again and cherish the memories made with the faculty and friends.
The college needs to work a little on Infrastructure and let the departments use the resources available to the best and make the most of it.Overall I had good three years, good people, helpful teachers and a happening college culture.
Since it's just the beginning, i would say that my experience so far has been overwhelming great understanding teachers, helpful students, good food, green and clean campus, great location, the crowd is awesome and the seniors are all to sweet a photocopy and bookshop and even a ncc training area everyday is anew learning experience and that it,s not i who accepted the college its the college who accepted me with welcoming arms and made me comfortable the first day there.
Everything is well managed. Being a government college, public sector work environment prevails in offices.
Delhi College of Arts and Commerce popularly identified as DCAC is one of the best college of the University of Delhi. It is a premier educational organization established in 1987 and it provides a platform for fostering talent by motivating them for the excellence. The college offers Bachelor degree (Honours) courses in the field of Arts, Commerce and Journalism and diploma courses in foreign languages.
Placement – 2013-2014
Name of the Company
No of Students who got Placement
KPMG Global Services
Ernst & Young
Royal Bank of Scotland
Muthoot Fincorp Ltd.
DCAC Placements Salary Range in Lakhs per annum
Average Pay – Rs. 3.25
Highest Pay - Rs. 5.25
Delhi College of Arts and Commerce provides all required standard facilities to its students so that they face no obstruction in studies and thus help them in their journey from students to being world class professionals. Some of the facilities are:
The College provides a well-stocked library which is housed in the second floor above the classrooms
It plays host to inter college as well as events, guest lectures, intra college competitions, seminars, fresher and farewell celebrations
Clubs - The college nurtures and offers a unique space for social transformation and organizes various activities for inculcating social and moral values
It was started in 2008- 2009 to showcase the classics of Cinema but also intends to present the national and international work of repute in the field of audio-visual.
It focus on issues related to enviorment. The young environmentalists of Prakriti also participated in youth meet held at Centre of Science and Environment.
7 NCC appointments in 2013 including: Prince Inder- Senior Under Officer , Mukesh Rawat- Junior Under Officer, Jyotiradhitya Singh Rathore- Junior Under Officer
Some of the N.S.S projects are :
volunteers to work with National Association
Delhi College of Arts and Commerce nurtures and offers commitment to clarify students to go organized and shape minds to think analytically. The college encourages its students to take part in extracurricular activities so that they can undergo a full development phase. Some of the clubs are:
Delhi University Inter-college Swimming
Inter- college Judo tournament
Inter-college tournament 2013 for Best Physique
Inter college Athletic Meet
Delhi State Fencing Tournament
2nd& 3rd Position
Delhi College of Arts and Commerce holds festivals which are managed by students themselves so that they can learn cultural values and management skills. Festivals are a part of the learning method for the students as it contains events to adapt the students with the new trends and subtleties. Some of the festivals are:
Ranking conducted by Neilsen for India Today Group
Journalism and Mass communication