It is a compact college with all the facilities scrambled up but everything is available.
I got admission on the basis of DU merit list no entrance exam.
Curriculum was very exhaustive with practicals and science subjects like applied physics,chemistry,zoology and botany. There were practicals theory and field work for specialization subjects as well. There was blended learning approach with classroom teaching and projects as well including watching relevant movies and reviews.
Not a great internship program. We looked for our own internships but faculty helped with relevant recommendation letters and also evaluated reports of the compulsory 1 month internship.
There is no placement cell as most of the students opt for masters degree after the course. There are not much lucrative options right after graduation.
College fest and Sports day. There are specialization specifics events,workshops and seminars. Most of it is done by students. 10% of the sponsorship is paid to the student.
Fee structure is very economical around 15 k per year. It follows the University fee structure and reaching here is also economical with metro station right across the GATE.
SIngle Girl child scholarship is what I availed. I don't have any idea about any other scholarships that are being offered but all DU options can be availed.
Life was busy with continuous exposure to fests, debates, labs and sports day is mandatory we used to win prizes very active with NSS activities and field visits.
No hostel option inside campus. I was a day scholar. There's a hostel facility nearby somewhere in South Extension. Outstation students live there or as PG nearby.
Not much of a alumni network i hope they come up with something like that soon although I am still in touch with few of the faculty also my friends are now teaching there.
Exam structure is all centralized with University of Delhi. Half yearly in January and finals in May.
Faculty is one of the best. There are only two colleges in DU offering these subjects. Lady Irwin and Institute of Home Economics. Most of the faculty is an alumni there are a lot industry specialists guest lectures as well.
There are 95% placement done in Hindu College. Abhyas the internship cell of the Hindu College work a lot for the students to get maximum internships and good placement. there are internship fairs in which we get the opportunity to get internships for topmost companies. topmost companies always every year visit our college to choose brilliant students. Packages vary according to the companies. Mostly packages are high.
The college fests are grand and amazing. We have star nights with celebrities from various fields and cultures. The campus is green and it has a different ambience. There are a lot of societies which can make a student grow to its maximum
Placements were good. Mainly, in the commerce stream, most of the students are placed in comparison with the students who applied for placements were more. Major companies like EY, Deloitte, De Shaw, Brain, etc, visited the campus. Average salary package offered would have been 6-7 LPA.
Overall, I can say that Hindu college has been the best part of my life. I got an exposure to the best things that I could not get anywhere. I got some great people to know and learn a lot from them. I got to learn a lot from teachers and the tradition of the college. In a nutshell, I can say *Hinduites are Dynamites*.
The only thing that I don't like is our courses' name I.e bsc in homes cience, we all hate this srsly. We study physics , chemistry, communication, hd, and we get to hear like what do u do in home science, Cook food, Stich clothes. This is what we get to hear from people who don't have any knowledge about our subjects the college management is good, the only thing that I would want is that they don't support the college societies much, they should support them,they don't even give them funds, students manage their funds on their own.
Management is very calm down people. They talk very calmly.
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