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|Lady Shri Ram College for Women - [LSR], New Delhi||# 2 by NIRF (college)||₹15,870|
|St Stephen's College, New Delhi||# 4 by NIRF (college)||₹40,420|
|Jesus and Mary College - [JMC], New Delhi||# 37 by NIRF (college)||₹15,610|
|Hindu College, New Delhi||# 3 by NIRF (college)||₹17,560|
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The syllabus keeps on being updated. The readings change from time to time to provide a variety of exposure to students. The continuous availability of internships round the year makes sure we are accustomed to the practical work as well. The faculty is very helpful and motivating. Every teacher makes sure the student is comfortable in college and has the freedom to discuss her problems.
The faculty of our department is well qualified, experienced, encouraging, energetic having industrial expertise under their belts. Their teaching methodology comprises interesting ways using digital tools, practical sessions and PowerPoint presentations apart from books. However, I wish they conduct more industrial visits for our knowledge enhancement. The course curriculum is carefully designed as per the needs of the students in order to make them industry ready and is formulated as per the guidelines of Delhi University.
Tuition fee for B. A. (H) English was a little over 12, 000 for a year - an amount feasible for a middle class family. Additional charges would include security fees. There is transparency in the few breakdown. All the required information is given both online in the college website and also in the college brochure.
The course was new. We were only the second batch of students with the new Choice Based Credit System. The curriculum was planned meticulously and it's a wonderful syllabus. However, optional papers and what is offered will depend on availability of profeesors who have pursued the course and one might be disappointed if the desired paper is not offered by the department. Till date, we have very little idea of how we were marked. We were told the marking is donee following a system of comparison with an average mark but this was never confirmed. The course is relevant and insightful and a thorough understanding of it will prepare students for further studies.
Teachers are highly qualified. They have apt of knowledge about their subjects. Even the teachers who are not permanent teaches very well. They have good communication skills. More than teaching, teachers help the student or we can say they guide the student for their life as well. Best teacher, very helpful. Their teaching methods are really simple, which makes learning faster. Yes, my course curriculum was relevant. I have started my coding from Miranda House with the basics and today I am a good Software Developer. Miranda House helped to grow from internally.
The fee is extremely feasible. They charge around 21000 for a year, which is quite affordable in comparison to other private colleges and some government colleges as well. Other than that, scholarships are also available. You can look for scholarships on the college website.
BA programme is a fairly flexible course where you are allowed to choose different subjects throughout. So if you're looking for a course where you can study wide range of subjects, BA Programme would be a good choice. People going for government job exams generally pick this course. However, if you're looking for something more research oriented then this is not the course for you.
I am pursuing Botany Honours from Miranda. As my course is undergraduate level, there is no industrial exposure in it. Course Syllabus is very well updated. Syllabus updation is subjected to university decisions and it is recently updated last year. Course Curriculum and Academics:- Botany is basically the study of plants. All the subjects in the course provides a very good understanding of the main discipline. There are six semesters with 4 subjects in first and second semester, 5 subjects in third and fourth semester and 4 subjects in fifth and sixth semester. Each subject has four lectures and four hours lab in a week. Weekly tests or internals happen for each subject. Attendance is mandatory and 75% has to be maintained in theory and practicals both. there are various awards and prizes that university offers for good students. Faculty:- Faculty in botany department is extremely good and humble.All teachers are very well experienced and are alumni of the college. They all are strict but yet very helpful.
The college strictly follows the updated syllabus prescribed by Delhi University.It follows a systematic academic time table.It has well qualified and experienced faculties who are friendly, considerate and punctual. Yes, I received good industrial exposure here.
The fee structure is feasible. It ranges between Rs7000-10,000 depending on the course. However, the expense of studying multiplies many fold as the hostel accommodation is limited and students have to arrange for private accommodations.
The course allows you to choose two major disciplines, I had economics and English, the course structure is such that it gives one an opportunity to explore subjects other than the disciplines with options of Generic Elective and Skill Enhancement Courses. The course curriculum doesn’t provide for as in depth study of the subjects as with the honours course.
Fee structure is mostly feasible. This being a government college most of the courses have feasible fees structures. However practical courses have higher fees than theoretical subjects because in practical subjects labs have to be maintained.
The system followed is Semester system.Practical subjects have hectic days.otherwise it is chilled. In my opinion semester system is not a good enough system as very short span of the semesters prevent the gradual and organic learning.
Feasible, our course is the most expensive one I guess and still thefees ranges from 16000 to 20000 per annum.this is inclusive of all the expenses borne by the college as a part of our curriculum, be it practicums, or a trip to alternate school outside Delhi
Thouroughout the curriculum, we cover ample of subjects, the variety is huge, from child psychology to basic concepts of education to pedagogy to core subjects to human relations and communications to gender to curriculum studies. Also, the practicums inclusive of story telling, theatre, self development workshops, physical education, and internships (school observation and teaching) - This course covers all of it in the span of 4years which makes it vast, huge but at the same time holistic. The exams are held annually and one has divided weightage of theory as well as practicums in each year respectively.
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