It's a good academic institution but in many ways it's like a school and the hectic time table take away any other College experience one could enjoy. A more active opportunity cell and a greater focus on hands on learning would make it better
I had filled the application form of delhi university. The Colleges then released their respective merit list and students with their 12 th marks in that cutoff range could take admission in those College in the next 3 days of the cutoff declaration. I had planned to go into physics and the nirf ranking of Miranda prompted me to take admission there. Luckily I got in at the first cutoff itself so I didn't look at the other Colleges much.
Overall the college is very good in all aspects as it's all girls college so it is safe being in Delhi.The education system was also good and the course was completed during the given time.The college is very good.
I was admitted in the college by merit in the year 2012 and I opted for Geography honours as it was one of the best college in University of Delhi offering it.During that time our course was full by the first cut-off itself.The admission process was little tiring and hectic as the documents verification took a lot of time, but the time spent during the process was worth for getting into the dream college.
Being in Miranda is a proud moment for every moment and not every girl gets a chance to be there. So i think I'm quite lucky to be in that College where i get the exposure of real life college experience.
I registered myself through online portal then during cut off list i came to college and got admitted by verification of my documents and all. I went through step by step process which include registration, document verification fees submission, issuing of id card.
I don't think I have any negative remarks for my college. The three year experience here was an unforgettable one and it helped me to become who I am now. From academics to extra curricular activities it make sure that once you enter this red brick House, you leave it becoming a self sufficient person.
I myself being a science student opted for Bsc chem (hons). Eligibility to get admission to my course was Average percentage of physics, chemistry and maths. I got admission in the third cut off which was 95%
i must say its the best college one can get admission in , its a little tough to get admission due to high cut offs and . So i had to work really hard in my 12 th to get admission in it . It is the too ranked college in india .
I got admission on a merit basis , first you have to fill the official DU form and select your priority of subjects that u wanna pursue , and u have to submit your 10th and 12th marksheet as well as your photograph and all your personal details along with a certain fee . Wait till the cutoff list of all the colleges , then i went to the college submitted all my original marksheets as well as school leaving certificates and character certificates too and admission process was of nearly an hour .
I got 92.00% in my intermediate. And my course has a cut off list based on merit list. They calculated Aggerate of physics, chemistry and maths +1 language marks. Based on that they make serval cut off lists. I got select in 2nd cut off list with general category. I went to college with my 10th, 12th marksheet+character certificate+4paasport size photos. I went to administrative office of college.
My college has placement cell society separete. They do some great work in my time. In my time many companies come for placement. If you are good enough. You'll set for 7LPA on average. Form my cousre. In my time one 2girls form economic hons. Get around 20LPA.
It is an idle college with everything that a student can dream of. It has the best education,infrastructure, cleanliness, faculty,location,canteen,security,hostel and lot of other things. It is also an extremely disciplined college which may not be liked by some students.
I am a foreign student from Nepal therefore I applied from the foreign quota where I couriered my application form along with my result certificate to the Foreign DU office. I was then called once I was selected in a particular college.
As per my experience, college life was very good. faculty is helpful. Social life is good too. Many societies are their to join. Food and accommodation is well enough. Curriculum is based on practical study.
The admission was on the merit basis. Cutoff is very high as expected from top du colleges. Admission process was not so lengthy or hectic. I registered online. Once we qualify for the cut off. Visit the college and go for the further process. Will take 1 or 2 days.
I have only good things to say about my college as it helped me to become a more confident person than I ever was.
My best of 4 subjects percentage was above the first cut-off for BA History Hons. The deadline for taking admission was until 3 days from the day the cut-off was published. After reaching Miranda House, I was asked to fill out a form and go for verification of my documents. Then I was sent to the department where the teachers asked 2 or 3 questions related to my decision of taking admission in Miranda House. Then I was sent to pay the fee and get a few more documents verified. The full process lasted for about 2 hours. But it was very simple and hassle-free.
I am forever grateful to study in Miranda House and I have no negative remarks.
Delhi University releases cut-offs every year for admission into the undergraduate course. I got admission into Miranda House in the third cut off, which was released in the first half of July 2017. The admission was done in person in the college and the whole process can take a whole day.