The government-funded college, Bhaskaracharya College of Applied Sciences Delhi University is affiliated to Delhi University and was established in 1995. The college is named after a great mathematician of the 12th century. The main goal of the Bhaskaracharya College of Applied Sciences Delhi University is to train students in various self-oriented professional courses like Electronics, Computer Science, Instrumentation, Electronics, and Food Technology.
To take admission in this college, you have to apply for admission to Delhi University. The cut-off lists for Delhi University are released, if you are eligible then you will get admission to this college.
The college is situated in Dwarka and is spread over a campus of 12 acres. The principal Dr. Balaram Pani has maintained an amazing teaching phase since the establishment of the college. The college has a series of awards like the Saurabh Grover memorial Prize, the Deepika Wangoo Memorial Prize, and the Best Student Award for the excellent achievers in the academic field, that are all prestigious in their own respective fields.
The Bhaskaracharya College of Applied Sciences Delhi University has some of the best scholarship programs such as the Prime Ministers Special Scholarship Scheme for the Jammu and Kashmir Students since it is a government-funded institute. The Prime Minister Special Scholarship Scheme for the Jammu and Kashmir Students has allowed direct admission to students who come under this scheme. The excellent performing students at the college also get attractive scholarships from the Delhi government which proves to be a huge financial help for the students in achieving their career goals.
• Best courses offered by BCAS- The courses in Food Technology, Computer Science, and Biomedical Science are the best courses offered by the BCAS.
• NIRF ranking of the BCAS- Not available.
• Fees range- The fees range of the Bhaskaracharya College of Applied Sciences varies between Rs 12,000-15,000.
• Fun facts about BCAS- At regular intervals, there are many workshops organized by all the courses available in the Bhaskaracharya College of Applied Sciences Delhi University. The college has many clubs like the dance club, yoga club, eco-club, and drama club. The college also organizes a large number of events like the sports day celebration, Independence Day celebration, best out of waste competition, article writing competition, food safety, and security competition, and debates. The college also organizes a grand fest every year.
• Placement companies that come to BCAS- Companies from web designing, BPO, web development, and Java platform come to Bhaskaracharya College of Applied Sciences. The top recruiters in the college are from TCS, Wipro, and Vivo. Students are also given opportunities for research internships at top research institutes of India like JNU Delhi, JNCASR Bangalore, DU Main campus, etc.
The average placement package ranges from 3 lakhs to 4 lakhs per annum. The highest annual package that was offered to a student was Rs 12 lakhs.
• What campus does the college belong to? The college does not belong to any campus and is called an off-campus college.
• What is the proper address of the college? Phase 1, Sector 2, Dwarka, New Delhi- 110075.
• Nearest metro station to BCAS- The nearest metro station to Bhaskaracharya College of Applied Sciences is Dwarka metro station.
• Nearest market to BCAS- The nearest market to BCAS is Sadar Bazaar or Tilak Nagar Market.
• Other DU colleges beside BCAS- Bhagini Nivedita College, Deen Dayal Upadhyay College are nearby Bhaskaracharya College of Applied Sciences.
• Nearest PG available to BCAS- You can find good PGs in the Dwarka area.
• Famous alumni of Bhaskaracharya College of Applied Sciences- Mr. Amit Verma.
|COURSE NAME||CUT-OFF (1st LIST) 2019|
|B. Sc (Hons.) Biomedical sciences||GEN||OBC||SC||ST||PwD||EWS|
|B. Sc (Hons.) Botany||91.00||89.00||87.00||85.00||90.00||90.66|
|B. Sc (Hons.) Chemistry||92.00||90.00||87.00||85.00||90.00||91.66|
|B. Sc (Hons.) Computer Science||93.00||91.00||90.00||88.00||90.00||92.50|
|B. Sc (Hons.) Electronics||91.00||89.00||87.00||85.00||90.00||90.66|
|B. Sc (Hons.) Food technology||92.00||90.00||88.00||86.00||90.00||91.66|
|B. Sc (Hons.) Instrumentation||89.00||87.00||85.00||83.00||87.00||88.66|
|B. Sc (Hons.) Microbiology||91.00||89.00||87.00||85.00||88.00||90.66|
|B. Sc (Hons.) Physics||92.00||90.00||88.00||85.00||90.00||91.66|
|B. Sc (Hons.) Polymer Science||89.00||87.00||85.00||83.00||87.00||88.66|
|B. Sc (Hons.) Zoology||91.00||89.00||87.00||85.00||90.00||90.66|
To check the cut-off list for 2020, click here.
No courses are offered by the Bhaskaracharya College of Applied Sciences in the Arts and Commerce streams.
• Music society
• Debating society
• Photography society
• RAGE- the Western Dance Society
The college has a great diversity in societies which can keep students busy even when they are outside the classrooms. Creating individuals who are not only studious but also extremely talented is the driving force of this college.
The college does not offer any postgraduation courses. It only offers undergraduate courses in Botany, Computer Science, Chemistry, Electronics, Food Technology, Instrumentation, Microbiology, Physics, Polymer Science, and Zoology.
The Bhaskaracharya College of Applied Sciences Delhi University is a good college if you want to pursue science courses since the faculty is extremely good. Also, the college has well-equipped laboratories to ensure that students are provided with practical knowledge as well as theoretical knowledge. The campus life in the college is awesome, you will have many societies to participate in where the societies will be run only by the students. Tours and one-day trips are also held by the college and the individual departments.
The alumni cell of the college is also very active, and all the alumni are still in touch with the college. They are very helpful to the present students and are always welcoming to those students who want any guidance from them. Annually, an alumni meet is held where the present students interact with the passed-out students and take their help.
The college also has a large number of celebrations, therefore, you will never get bored. Sports day, Independence Day, Sports week, all this is held in which different departments compete with each other. A grand fest called ‘Srijan’ is also organized by the college during the famous fest season.
The college does not have any hostel facilities yet since it is a new hostel in comparison to the other colleges of Delhi University. The canteen, although pure-vegetarian, has good quality, healthy food available. Though the college does not provide any internship opportunities to its students, the college provides its students with the option of working on projects within the college. The students get a stipend for doing this work.
The college does not provide any scholarship of its own, but it follows all the scholarships provided by the University of Delhi.
The infrastructure of the college is very good since it has lab facilities for every department and there are different clubs for students where they can participate on the basis of their interest. The ground is available for sports. The college has a well-maintained library and has projectors in each and every room. For the differently-abled students, the college has ramps all over the campus. Several e-waste management initiatives have also been undertaken by the college such as making e-waste bins available on the college premises.
The only drawback you might find is that the college does not belong to any campus per se, it is off-campus. Therefore, you might not get the same atmosphere which you will find in the north or the south campus of DU, but you will certainly enjoy your college life since the college provides you with all the facilities.
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