Vivekananda college was set up in Gandhi Nagar by the combined efforts of NCT of Delhi and UGC. The institute dedicated to only women offers some of the top courses in Bachelor of Arts like History, Political Science, Applied Psychology etc. The college offers Undergraduate courses in many different subjects, 2 Post graduate courses – Hindi and Sanskrit and 2 add-on courses. Admission procedure of the college is like all other Delhi University colleges which are done based on merit. Seats are allocated in the reserved categories like SC, ST, OBC etc. as per the government guidelines. Admissions can be taken offline as the original documents are required to be produced in college.
|Established | Type||1970 | Public|
|Accredited to||NAAC A|
|Affiliated to||Delhi University|
|Courses Offered||20 Courses across 5 stream (UG) 2 Courses (PG)|
|Popular Courses||BA & B.com|
|Top Recruiters||Accenture, Aditya Birla Capital, ICICI Bank, Cognizant, etc.|
|Facilities Available||Library, Computer lab, Auditorium, Sports, etc.|
|Nearest Metro Station||Karkardooma Metro station|
The women only institute offers under-graduate courses in 20 subjects in different domains of Arts, Science and Commerce. Under PG courses, it offers M.A. programs into 2 specializations. This section will deal with detailed information about these courses:
In addition to the above-mentioned list of Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses offered by the college, there are 2 additional short-term courses in Spoken English and Patrakarita that the students can pursue.
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Vivekananda College, Delhi University offers admission based on merit only. The students are required to be:
Vivekananda College DU cut-off lists are issued by the college of Delhi University setting a criterion of percentage of marks that a student needs to have obtained in the last exam. It is an extensive list of marks on the courses/ subjects the college offers and is unique from all the other university colleges. Notification on the official website and newspaper is published at the time of announcing cut-offs.
The College Placement Committee is equipped with a Staff Council that focuses on providing career guidance to the students and preparing them for the right job. For the third-year students, the committee organizes various pre-placement activities such as career counselling and orientation sessions to brush up student’s skill sets like writing CVs, participating in group discussions and personal interviews. It acts as the intermediary between Delhi University’s Central Placement Cell (CPC) and the college students.
Some of the top recruiters of the college are E&Y, Genpact, Yes Bank, Bajaj Capital and RFID that selects students after rigorous Psychometric Test, Voice Test, and Personal Interview.
In the esteemed faculty of the college, there are 15 reputed Teacher In-Charge (TIC) for all the different departments managing and supervising smooth functioning of their respective departments. Many of the faculty members hold a PhD degree which makes the institute’s academic foundation stronger than before and is committed in imparting guidance and education to the students with the experience they hold.
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Ques. Does the college have a reservation quota during admission?
Ans. Yes. The seats reserved in all courses for SC / ST and Physically Handicapped candidates as per Delhi University guidelines are:
Ques. Does the college provide admission for Foreign students?
Ans. Yes, there is a reservation of 5% in the college for Foreign Students.
Ques. How can one apply for admission in the institute?
Ans. Candidates can apply for admission by filling the application form available online on DU portal. The application fee is to be paid after submitting the application form along with the documents.
Ques. What are the documents required at the time of admission?
Ans. The admission is based on the cut-off and once the marks falls in the cut-off criterion then the applicant needs to furnish below documents: