Delhi University is the most prestigious educational university in the country. Since its inception in 1922, it has become one of the largest universities in India. Some amazing facts about the colleges under DU are worth knowing.
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Previously, Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) of DU was known as Commercial College. The Commercial College on its Silver Jubilee agreed to work in the field of commerce and economics. Thus rename itself as Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) in 1951, in the greatness of the commitment made by its originator Sir Shri Ram. 3 years later, in 1954, the College changed positions fully to its current-day campus in the North Campus, Delhi University.
One of the significant changes occurred in 1957 when the College changed over to a coeducational organization. This change opened the entryways for commerce and economics education for female candidates in the College and has prompted a more noteworthy populist portrayal of equality in the students throughout the long term.
Miranda House was a Residence before it turned into a college, thus the name Miranda House! The house has evolved to be a famous college of the nation. Miranda House was set up in 1948 by the then VC Maurice Gwyer, its establishment stone was laid by Lady Edwina Mountbatten on March 7 of that very year.
Not all colleges of Delhi University are fully government-funded and Hansraj College is one of them.
All colleges of Delhi University have a placement cell. However, there is also a central placement cell of Delhi University. It is open for SOL and all DU colleges. The main purpose of CPC, DU is to get candidates put in rumored multinationals, Government Organizations, NGO’s and the private area. All candidates enrolled with CPC will be Provided position help, guiding for employment and self/Social entrepreneurship. The CPC guarantees strategic help to the meeting organizations at each phase of the position cycle by making University infrastructure accessible to them.
Zakir Husain Delhi College, DU is the oldest academic institution of not only Delhi University but also of Delhi. With a legacy of no under 2.5 hundred years, ZHDC is one college that has recollections of the Mughals just as the Colonials in its reality. Often mistaken as a listed Muslim minority college (even though it isn’t), it is named after Dr. Zakir Hussain, previous President of India and an eminent Economist.