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Varsha Chaudhary

Gargi College

BACHELOR OF COMMERCE [B.COM] {HONS.}
BATCH : 2012


  • 9/10

    ACADEMIC
  • 10/10

    FACULTY
  • 10/10

    INFRASTRUCTURE
  • 8/10

    ACCOMMODATION
  • 8/10

    PLACEMENT
  • 10/10

    SOCIAL LIFE

Updated on 25, Oct 2016
  • 9.2/10Ratings

    REMARKS

    The college management is very helpful, during my tenure I have interacted with them on many instances. For our trips, our fests they were the right person to go to. They staff overall is helpful and coordinating.

  • ENTRANCE PREVIEW

    Best of four in the Class 12th Examinations and my best of 4 was 93.5%. There were colleges like JMC, Venky that I could pursue with the same cutoff but when I visited all these colleges, there was a homely feel about Gargi that actually made me enroll for the course here, My priority was the course in a good college and thats what made me pick Gargi over others.
  • FEE STRUCTURE AND FACILITIES

    The fee is very minimal. It about 10,000 rupees for an year, which was for our course. Comparing to private institutions, its very affordable and even the canteen and other facilities are very student pocket friendly. There is a small fee for examination which is about 800-1000 rupees apart from the fee for course curriculum. This fee varies 10-15% across different courses.

  • 8 /10Ratings

    PLACEMENT WING

    The college has a number of corporate visiting the campus for placement opportunities, Deloitte, E&Y, KPMG, Capital IQ, Genpact are some of the major companies that visit the campus every year, The packages vary from 2 Lakh to 4.2 Lakh per annum depending upon the different companies and work type offered.

  • 8/10Ratings

    HOSTEL FACILITIES

    Our college did not have hostel facilities, but there were a number of PG facilities around college in Sadiq Nagar, South Extension, Greater Kailash etc. These PG's offer food and cleaning services in the overall cost and have a capacity of 2-3 girls in one room each.

  • REMARKS

    We have an alumni cell and our alumni are very connected. There is an alumni meet every year and our teachers keep calling us to judge some events at our college fests. Its a very homely feeling to keep going back to your college and it still feels like we passed out just last year. The senior students are pretty helpful and also refer their companies to hire via the placement cell in Gargi.

  • 10 /10Ratings

    FACULTY

    The teachers are highly qualified and take several measures to make concepts clear. There are regular assignments, tests and sessions with teachers that help the students cope up with the syllabus. The classes are usually very interactive and the faculty is experienced and inspires the students to achieve great results, There are research opportunities like the Gargi Pathfinder Award that help a student think beyond the normal course and find solutions ti existing problems in the society under the guidance of their teachers. The teachers are strict about timings and classes and ensure course completion before exams.

  • 10 /10Ratings

    CAMPUS LIFE

    We are a all girls college so its 100% female population for the students, However, even teachers are mostly female but we do have male teachers for some courses. We have amazing societies that include Street play soc- Kshitij, Dram Soc, Indian Music, Western Music Society called Euphony, Indian Dance society, Western Dance Society called Enliven, Choreography Society called Sparx, Debates (both Hindi and English), Gandhi Study Circle, Equal Opportunity Cell, NSS and many others. The societies are exemplary and have won accolades across various competitions across universities.

  • EXAM STRUCTURE

    Exams at our time were annual, and I had a tough course, that meant 8, 9 and 7 papers in the three years respectively! We studied in classes and we had 4-5 lectures every day with every lecture lasting to 45 minutes. But there was ample time to engage in other activities in college. Now the schedule is semester wise and things are more hectic i guess for the students.

  • 9 /10Ratings

    COURSE CURRICULUM OVERVIEW

    The course curriculum is in compliance with the Delhi University standards. Gragi is very particular about classes and tutorials. Tutorials were in batch of 5-7 to give ample time to every student and classes were for entire batch. For our course we had 3 sections with about 50-60 students in each class. Apart from classes, there were ample opportunities to indulge in co-curricular activities, Gargi has about 15-18 societies apart from department unions and college students union that will help bring out the best in the students.

  • 10 /10Ratings

    INTERNSHIPS OPPORTUNITIES

    College has a placement cell which offers opportunities to students. These opportunities vary every year depending upon different companies approaching the placement cell and vice-versa. These internships are for the 2 months duration that generally happen between June-August and new sessions start in August, with exams ending in May. The stipends vary from company to company and opportunity and exposure offered.

  • 10 /10Ratings

    COLLEGE EVENTS

    Reverie was the annual cultural fest, it is one of the biggest and most celebrated fests across Delhi University. I was a part of the Students Union of my college and we had invited Kailash Kher on the musical night, it was a 3 day event, with 1st day accomplished by the Choreography competition, second day was musical night with Kailash Kher and third day was Qawwali. There is a DJ during the day and there are a number of inter-college competitions like Street Play, Western Dance competition, Indian Dance (solo & group), Western Music, India Music etc. Apart from this, there is Diwali Mela, Cultural Day, Sports Day, Freshers Party, Farewell Party, and a number of competitions hosted by various departments which are also inter-college. In short, the entire year is jam packed with events and we never realized how 3 years went by.

  • LOAN/ SCHOLARSHIP PROVISIONS

    There are awards offered by the college for toppers of every course, apart from that there are awards for winners of Gargi Pathfinder award and one award for the overall best student. These awards have some cash and certificates. For scholarships for lower financial category students, kindly contact the office administration.

TOP REVIEWS view all


Amisha PatraBachelor of Commerce [B.Com]Pursued Second Year 2017 - 2018,

Gargi College, New Delhi

8.7
STUDENT SATISFACTION RATINGS
Entrance Preview -

No entrance exam, I filled a common DU Form and I scored 92.8% in 12th. I choose B.Com(H), because my father told me to do so.


Placement -

Placement and job opportunities are given to us. Proper procedure is there. Proper notice is placed on bulletin board and messages are circulated among students. Proper guidance is given to the students. Many good companies like KPMG, URBAM CLAP, NIIT, GENPECT etc. Around 200-300 students placed. Average package offered is 5-6 lac. per annum.



10/10academic
10/10faculty
7/10infrastructure
7/10food & accom
8/10placement
10/10social life

9.7
STUDENT SATISFACTION RATINGS
Remarks -

The combination of excellence and enjoyment is the best part of the college staff i am very proud to be a student of hansraj college thank you so much to all the Teacher and staff members of the college for their continuously support.


Entrance Preview -

I did not took any entrance exam.



10/10academic
10/10faculty
10/10infrastructure
9/10food & accom
9/10placement
10/10social life

7.8
STUDENT SATISFACTION RATINGS

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Remarks -

One thing I noticed is, if you want to enjoy concerts, live shows, music nights and many more western events then DU is better than jamia. But if you want to enjoy campus life and you are serius for your studies then Jamia is for you.


Entrance Preview -

Jamia conducts it's own examination for admission in various courses. Paper is of 100 marks and they provide a list of selected and Wait listed students. I opt for this college because of few reasons - 1. It's a central university 2. It's in new delhi where u can learn lot of things 3. Fees is damn low and you will be shocked 4. Campus is awesome, better than private colleges too 4. Jamia is itself a brand.



7/10academic
8/10faculty
9/10infrastructure
9/10food & accom
6/10placement
8/10social life

6.7
STUDENT SATISFACTION RATINGS

A Different Experience

Remarks -

College is not that bad, It had a good infrastructure but need some changes regarding future. They should be more flexible with their approaches. They should charge fees in accordance to the fees charged by other colleges.And the decoration made to college was with flowers only so they need to work on that.


Entrance Preview -

I opted for B.Com(H) and it didn't require any entrance test. I got admission on the basis of marks scored in 12th standard.



8/10academic
7/10faculty
8/10infrastructure
7/10food & accom
3/10placement
7/10social life

7.7
STUDENT SATISFACTION RATINGS
Entrance Preview -

You got to have decent 12th Board Examination Marks to Enter in to DCAC in good courses. After the Board Exams, they will publish the cut off list like any other DU College which will decide whether you can take admission in college or not



8/10academic
8/10faculty
7/10infrastructure
7/10food & accom
6/10placement
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Divya KhannaBachelor of Commerce [B.Com] {Hons.}Pursued Second Year 2017 - 2018,

Satyawati College, New Delhi

7.5
STUDENT SATISFACTION RATINGS
Entrance Preview -

My college is a part of Delhi University, so there is no separate entrance examination. Admissions are given on the basis of marks obtained in 12th board examination.



7/10academic
7/10faculty
10/10infrastructure
7/10food & accom
6/10placement
8/10social life

PoojaBcom(h)Pursued 3rd year 2017 - 2018,

Shivaji College, New Delhi

6.2
STUDENT SATISFACTION RATINGS
Remarks -

College atmosphere is. Average not so good but not so bad. commerce faculty is very good. some times i listen from my other friends that north campus colleges are best but there way of study or periods are not so good but in my college all the teachers are very sincere n take all the classes for a single student also they take the classes m in 3rd year still teachers are the same library faculty are not so good. overall its a good college.


Entrance Preview -

I clear cpt exam after 12th i got 147 marks and i attend concentric interview but i didnt selected. there are 2 interviews 1st is speaking and second is telephonic interview i clear first but not the second one.



7/10academic
8/10faculty
6/10infrastructure
6/10food & accom
4/10placement
6/10social life

Hasan AliBachelor of Commerce [B.Com]Pursued Second Year 2017 - 2018,

Zakir Husain College, New Delhi

8.3
STUDENT SATISFACTION RATINGS
Entrance Preview -

The college is affiliated to Delhi University, so, your class XII board exams matter the most. Admission is on cut-off basis. I scored 91.5% in my boards. I opted for this college because it's close to my house and I have heard a lot (of good things) about it's commerce faculty.


Placement -

Placements are weak point at ZHDC. There are startups coming up to hire, sometimes even the public sector shows up, they pay well, but it's your 9 to 5 job you wouldn't love to do. Recently, PNB and ExPrep are the two companies who came in, I am not sure who got placed but they do not have much openings and only the cream, who have the thing to kill it in an interview get their placements.



9/10academic
9/10faculty
10/10infrastructure
7/10food & accom
7/10placement
8/10social life

8.3
STUDENT SATISFACTION RATINGS
Entrance Preview -

I didn’t took any entrance exam.


Placement -

Placements are decent enough. Average package you can expect is around 3 lakhs.



9/10academic
9/10faculty
8/10infrastructure
7/10food & accom
8/10placement
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Vinay AnandBachelor of Commerce [B.Com] (Accountancy)Batch : 1999,

Zakir Husain College (Evening), New Delhi

7.0
STUDENT SATISFACTION RATINGS
Entrance Preview -

There was no Entrance Test for this course (B. Com.) in this college. Reasons to go for this college Walking distance from residence, Oldest (know as Delhi College) College of North India, Two elder brothers also passed out from same college.



8/10academic
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8/10infrastructure
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