Hindu?s campus live is very lively and energetic. At Hindu everyone is welcomed with opened arms, throughout my graduation and in my knowledge I haven?t seen or heard any incidents of students being discriminated in any field. Rather everyone is taught and encouraged to showcase their talent and skill and are always supported by each other. In my course I think there are more males than females and overall the gender ratio is not entirely biased but it slightly is. I feel the gender ratio is in favour of males and the ratio is approximately 55:45. There are frequent society parties as well as student dorm parties which are lit in themselves. Students attending them are made comfortable and they enjoy with the rest of students from various departments. There are annual inter-department sports that are viewed by many students. Departments cheer and hoot for their friends playing in those games. Various societies conduct seminars, events, festivals, etc which include inter college debates, educational olympiads, cultural, musical events are also considered by societies. In a lot of these events Hindu has won numerous times. No one at Hindu has ever judged anyone based on their religion, race, sexual orientation and will never be. There are pride rallies organised in order to show support and stand up for those people who are at times judged and mistreated based on their sexual orientation and appearances.
COURSE CURRICULUM OVERVIEW
I feel that my course is a bit difficult and the exam structure for some subjects was fair was directly applicable from the reading and the material taught, but on the other side some subjects like econometrics and intermediate microeconomics the exam of these subjects were really difficult and confusing. In my opinion my course was all theoretic and not practical. Sometimes the teachings were helpful in making us understand the world outside books but overall it was all book knowledge. Subjects like money and financial markets and financial eco were important and provided market based knowledge which would help us being professional. Few subjects made us indulge into research for required assignments but overall it was not a research driven course. Also in few semesters our exams that were prepared were very lengthey and many students were unable to complete their exams.Our college faculty members are all highly educated staff. They consist of young energetic and always helpful teachers who are always available to help their students. We used to have 20-25 lectures per month of core subjects and 15-18 lectures for elective subjects. I felt the my teachers had great practical and theoretical knowledge about the subject they were teaching and most of them were Phd degree holders. All of them used to conduct tutorials as well as interaction on one to one basis which helped us very much.
Campus life is very interesting. Events are held regularly. Fests are held every year. Many societies like dance, fashion, singing are there for extra curricular activities. Very supportive environment.
LOAN/ SCHOLARSHIP PROVISIONS
I?m did not opt for any scholarship, but in my knowledge scholarships were definitely provided to students with great academic records and also to unprivileged students.