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College of Vocational Studies - [CVS], New Delhi

College of Vocational Studies - [CVS], New Delhi

New Delhi, Delhi NCR NAAC | Estd 1972 DU, New Delhi Public
3 Years Full Time77 seats per course

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Sakshi, B.c, Pursued: 2nd year ON 2017 - 2018


"No entrance admission was based on cut off. Online registration and then choosing courses along with respective colleges according to cut off "   Read More

Sagar Goel, Batch: B.Com (H) -2014


"Well i didn't tried any. For getting admission into the cvs I need not give any entrance exam since. It's admission is made on terms of 12 class result. I choose this college since. I want to purse Courier in the commerce feild And cvs is a reputed college of du."   Read More

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garimaBachelor of Arts [BA] (Materials Management)Batch : 2017

experience of my college

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college management is up to the mark and very good

7/10food & accom
9/10social life
JagwanBAPursued 2017 - 2018

New New Collage

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Non teaching member of collage are not good. Other things are good. Their are very less books of some course and because of that student have do buy books from outside. teacher of college are very good. Their is green brigade society in our college which take care of plants in our college

7/10food & accom
9/10social life
Mayank SagarBachelors in Vocational CoursesBatch : 2014

It was a great experience and lesson also since it is the first step of professional life and few responsibilities.

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It is a good college and also i would recommend this college to others also. I also made my younger sister to study in the same college.

6/10food & accom
10/10social life
PranjalBachelors in Vocational Courses

My College as i felt is just similar to my home. Enjoyed and learned alot.

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My college experience was over all very great. There is nothing else that I would like to highlight much about my college. Surely I miss my college it was very wonderful to be a part of such a great institution.

7/10food & accom
10/10social life
Naresh kumarBBEBatch : 2017

not so good and not so entertaining

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Good and very populated in our area

5/10food & accom
4/10social life


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about college

The College of Vocational Studies, Delhi is an Indian educational institute for higher learning, affiliated with the University of Delhi. It is a co-educational college, founded in 1972, with eCollege of Vocational Studies on vocational education to bridge the gap between traditional university educations & the varying socio-economic atmosphere.

  • Along with the generic courses, the institute is also offering Honors Courses in Economics, Commerce, History, Business Economics and Computer Science
  • The college intakes 740 students in its various courses
  • The aim of the college is ‘to successfully intertwine overall education with work-oriented knowledge & skills’


The College of Vocational Studies provides all standard and required facilities to the students so that they face no obstruction in studies and day to day activities.


The College has a well stocked and fully air-conditioned library.

  • It has three sections such as text book section, reference section & general section
  • It also has a reading room that provides magazines & newspapers for general reading
  • The library has 46,350 books, 4500 bound scholarly journals in its stock comprising of a good no. of valuable reference/ multi-disciplinary books
  • The Library subscribes to 66 Journals and 14 newspapers for its users
  • It also provides scholarly periodicals & journals for consultation
  • It is fully computerized

Extracurricular Activities

The College of Vocational Studies encourages its students to participate in extracurricular activities so that there is an overall development of the students. It has countless associations & societies which work actively throughout the academic year in carrying out several cultural, social, & academic programs. Some of them are:

  • The Commerce Association
  • The History Society
  • The Political Science Association
  • The English and Hindi Debating Societies
  • The Hindi Sahtiya Parishad
  • The Cultural Society
  • The National Service Scheme
  • The Hiking and Adventure Club
  • The Tourism Society
  • The Punjabi Society
  • The Foreign Students Association
  • The Economics Society

The College brings out Vocana, its annual magazine. The objective is to instill a fictitious practice amongst students of the College.


The College of Vocational Studies conducts festivals which are organized by the students themselves so that they can learn cultural values, management techniques and leadership skills. Some of the festivals held by the College are:

  • Rainbow: The annual fest
  • MRIDANG: An inter-college cultural festival organized by the College each year around February


The various scholarships that are awarded to the students of the College of Vocational Studies to recognize their talent and hard work, on merit cum means basis are:

  • C.V.S. Teacher's Scholarship
  • Miss Ametoj Bali Scholarship: This scholarship instituted in the name of Ametoj Bali, a student of B.Com. (Honors) 3rd year who died in a car accident, carries an amount of Rs. 1, 200 per annum and is awarded to the 3rd year student standing first in the aggregate percentage for 1st & 2nd year, B.Com. (Honors) examination.
  • Vidyasha Scholarships: Two Scholarships of Rs.1, 500 per annum instituted in the memory of Sh. Vidya Prakash Nayar are awarded to meritorious girl students.
  • University of Delhi gives scholarships amounting to Rs. 250 per month for a period of 3 years to selected students, based on the results of the competitive examination conducted by them.


Triveni, Sheikh Sarai-II
New Delhi - 110017
Delhi NCR , India

0.59KmSheikh Sarai

011-29258544 , 29258792



tenzin delek

can you please give me some information about the fees structure of my course and way to enter the cvs.

22 Feb, 2017 17:03
neha kumari

sir i wanted to have the fee structure of human resourse management course

22 Feb, 2017 17:03
neha kumari

sir am unable to heck the fee structure of the vocational course human resource management .so pls kindly help me to get the same .

22 Feb, 2017 17:03

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8.3/10 student satisfactory rating

"New New Collage"

I took admission by cut off process. I took BA Hindi(hons.) because I want to become a repoter for that firstly i want to became a graduate. I want to take a experince of regular college.
by Jagwan
8.3/10 student satisfactory rating

"It was a great experience and lesson also since it is the first step of professional life and few responsibilities."

When I had entered the college there were no entrance exams for admission in Delhi university. We were selected on the basis of our merit. No, there was not any interview process. I was average with the study part so my percentage was not so high so after a deep thought i chose this college and particularly this course of tourism.
by Mayank Sagar
8.7/10 student satisfactory rating

"My College as i felt is just similar to my home. Enjoyed and learned alot."

College of vocational studies which is my college is a part of Delhi University. When I had entered the college there were no entrance exams or anything. We were selected on the basis of our merit or say our performance in high school. So,I was a science student in my high school. But as well all are aware of the high cut off that we have in Delhi University colleges. So I could not get an admission in any of the Science related courses. AND I ended up in college of vocational studies. My elder brother who is also an alumni of this college was very much aware of the faculty and infrastructure facilities. He wanted me to study there as he was pretty much sure of the kind ...
by Pranjal
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