Hindu College Courses & Fees 2022 ,North Campus

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Hindu College Fees and Eligibility
CoursesTotal tuition Fees Eligibility
B.A.(13 Courses)
INR 52.68 K - 52.77 K
(for 3 years)
10+2 : 40-45 %
Exams : CUET
B.Sc.(8 Courses)
INR 55.68 K - 61.38 K
(for 3 years)
Exams : CUET
M.A.(6 Courses)
INR 36.02 K - 36.62 K
(for 2 years)
Graduation : 40-50 %
Exams : DUET
M.Sc.(7 Courses)
INR 36.22 K - 39.42 K
(for 2 years)
Graduation : 50-55 %
Exams : DUET
B.Com(1 Courses)
INR 54.78 K
(for 3 years)
Exams : CUET
Certificate(4 Courses)
INR 23.5 K - 27.5 K
(for 1 year)
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M.Com(1 Courses)
INR 36.62 K
(for 2 years)
Graduation : 50 %
Exams : DUET

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Bhawuk | B.A. (Hons.) in Sanskrit - Batch of 2023
Reviewed on 28 Sep 2021
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4.8
Placements 4 Infrastructure 5 Faculty & Course Curriculum 5 Crowd & Campus Life 5 Value for Money 5
Great infrastructure and facilities and diverse crowd .

Placements: 75 percent of my seniors got placement in my course although it's upon them that if they want to take the job or not. Packages may go between 25-35k to 70-80k on monthly basis. Colleges who offer Sanskrit hons may offer you jobs in it also many MNCs may offer a coding job too. Not many companies offer internship until the course is completed, so chances of getting an internship while pursuing the course is very low. This course is deeply linked to the ancient history of indus and great ancient p...

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Chestha Singh Cha ... | B.A. (Sanskrit, Political Science) - Batch of 2023
Reviewed on 8 Aug 2021
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3.8
Placements 4 Infrastructure 3 Faculty & Course Curriculum 4 Crowd & Campus Life 4 Value for Money 4
The faculty and infrastructure are really good, with diversity being the cherry on the top.

Placements: The placement percentage is 95. Hindu College provides placements in almost every course. Some recruiting companies are Google, Deloitte, HDFC, KPMG, Maruti, Jaypee, Ernst and Young, DE Shaw, Essar and Royal Sundaram Alliance. It also organises various seminars and workshops related to our career.

Infrastructure: Due to Covid, we are having online classes. So, it's very difficult to say whether the facilities and infrastructure are better or not. But from the past experiences of my seniors, the infrastructure is...

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Muhammad Uvaise | B.A. (Hons.) in Political Science - Batch of 2022
Reviewed on 9 Oct 2021
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4.0
Placements 2 Infrastructure 4 Faculty & Course Curriculum 4 Crowd & Campus Life 5 Value for Money 5
Famous and prestigious college with not upto expected level in the faculty.

Placements: There are not as many placements for the students pursuing Bachelors in Political Science in Hindu College. Normally the Arts subjects have less scope in getting placements. But there are many internships for the students in these streams. There is a placements cell working in the college for the students and they can approach at any time for help.

Infrastructure: Political Science department has a good infrastructure facility for the students which enables for their studies. The classrooms and the library whic...

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Anonymous | B.Sc. (Hons.) in Chemistry - Batch of 2022
Reviewed on 16 Aug 2021
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3.8
Placements 2 Infrastructure 4 Faculty & Course Curriculum 4 Crowd & Campus Life 5 Value for Money 4
It is the best college for science and arts in India.

Placements: I am pursuing a chemistry Hons course from Hindu College. Placements are not more after or during the course compared to other courses like B.Com Hons, etc. However, students get a chance to work on several innovation projects under the guidance of faculty members. If the project is related to biochemistry, then students can get a chance to work with biology and chemistry faculty members. Currently, I am doing an internship that is based on scientific writing under one of our teachers and 3 othe...

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Anonymous | B.A. (Hons.) in Political Science - Batch of 2022
Reviewed on 6 Aug 2021
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4.2
Placements 2 Infrastructure 5 Faculty & Course Curriculum 5 Crowd & Campus Life 5 Value for Money 4
I am satisfied with the college. It has a good infrastructure and environment.

Placements: Placements are not offered in our courses, and most of the students use to appear for civil service exams. Students of other streams are offered top-notch placements as the college is ranked amongst the top 3 colleges of the country. So the placements are pretty good here.

Infrastructure: The library has a wide range of books for every individual. It also provides the e-library so that no individual gets disconnected from the studies in the pandemic time. Online classrooms are highly secured so that no concerns ...

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What is the eligibility criteria to pursue political science in Hindu College?

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Vinay kr Pandey

Scholar-Level 16

a month ago

Dear aspirant,Glad to meet you.Eligibility Criteria:A person, who have passed Higher Secondary/Intermediate (10+2) School leaving examination conducted by CBSE/ISC or any recognized board.Bachelor of Arts (B.A) in Political Science Hons. is a full-time three-year undergraduate degree course offer...Dear aspirant,
Glad to meet you.
Eligibility Criteria:
A person, who have passed Higher Secondary/Intermediate (10+2) School leaving examination conducted by CBSE/ISC or any recognized board.
Bachelor of Arts (B.A) in Political Science Hons. is a full-time three-year undergraduate degree course offered by the University of Delhi, Delhi.
The faculty of the Department consists of young and enthusiastic teachers committed to creating a democratic academic culture. At present, it has eight permanent teachers with a wide range of interests and specializations. Apart from the compulsory courses, the Department offers a wide choice of optional courses including 'Public Policy in India', 'Understanding South Asia', 'Feminism: Theory and Practices', 'Contemporary Political Economy', 'Feminism and Indian Politics', 'The United Nations and Global Conflicts', etc.,
The Department has been very active in organizing seminars and symposia on issues of diverse interests. The participation of the faculty and the students on a regular basis in debates and discussions make the Department dynamic and vibrant.

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Aman Kumar

Guide-Level 12

4 years ago

Hi,
Hindu College takes admission based on the marks obtained in class 12th. The college releases cutoff for it’s courses every year.
Generally, the cutoff for political science (hons.) remains above 90%.

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I live in Kolkata. Should I take admission in Hindu College or Ramjas College for pursuing B.Com(Hons.)?

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Deepak suman

Contributor-Level 9

a month ago

Hello dear, both colleges are well reputed. Both colleges accepts CUET exam. Ramjas colleges provides the maximum package of Rs. 19.25 Lacs per annum whereas medium package revolves around 3.37 Lacs per annum. It provides the facilities such as library, cafeteria, hostel, gym, labs and many more....Hello dear, both colleges are well reputed. Both colleges accepts CUET exam. Ramjas colleges provides the maximum package of Rs. 19.25 Lacs per annum whereas medium package revolves around 3.37 Lacs per annum. It provides the facilities such as library, cafeteria, hostel, gym, labs and many more. On the contrary, Hindu college provides the average package of Rs. 6 Lacs per annum and accredited by NAAC and gained A grade. Please refer to the official page of Shiksha. Com for further information https://www.shiksha.com/compare-ramjas-college-vs-hindu-college-id-247500-52602.

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ajay s

Beginner-Level 5

3 years ago

B.Com (Hons) course on its own has no future. It doesn't make you capable enough to get a good job. B.Com H) can only be used as a step to pursue higher studies. Doing it from Ramjas or Hindu at New Delhi has no advantage over pursuing it from good college in Kolkata. Doing B.Com H) from Hindu or...B.Com (Hons) course on its own has no future. It doesn't make you capable enough to get a good job. B.Com H) can only be used as a step to pursue higher studies. Doing it from Ramjas or Hindu at New Delhi has no advantage over pursuing it from good college in Kolkata. Doing B.Com H) from Hindu or Ramjas has no brand value or special advantage to help you in building your career. Moreover you will spend time and money, staying in Delhi (Delhi is expensive city) away from your family and residence in Kolkata. It is better to pursue B.Com H) from Kolkata and try to focus on your studies and career and get good marks in graduation. You can also start preparation for CAT and other relevant competitive exams that may help you build your future while staying in Kolkata.

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How do I apply at Hindu College if I do not do well in CUET exam?

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Shubham Chakravarty

Beginner-Level 5

3 weeks ago

Hindu College comes under one of the best DU colleges and is placed in the top colleges league for many years. To get into this college is no piece of cake, but it is absolutely achievable. The cutoff for Hindu college ranges from 96 to 99 depending on the course you choose. You can also get into...Hindu College comes under one of the best DU colleges and is placed in the top colleges league for many years. To get into this college is no piece of cake, but it is absolutely achievable. The cutoff for Hindu college ranges from 96 to 99 depending on the course you choose. You can also get into Hindu college through ECA or sports (if you are one of the best in the country in your sport or ECA) but for now, let's assume you take the straight channel for admission, that is academics. Assuming that you are well versed with major topics and concepts in all the subjects, now is the right time to start preparing for the boards. Start finding out your strengths and weaknesses and strengthen both. (because you need close to 100% for admission
Honestly saying, even I started my boards preparation seriously around this time only and scored 97.5 in CBSE boards, so it's not an impossible task.

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What is the eligibility criteria for various commerce courses in Hindu College, DU? I have done my 12th from commerce (without maths).

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Vinay kr Pandey

Scholar-Level 16

a month ago

Dear aspirant, Glad to meet you. Hindu College PG Course Eligibility Criteria:courses candidates must qualify Bachelors Degree in the relevant stream from a recognised University. For M.Com. Course, candidates must qualify Bachelor's Degree in Commerce with 65% marks. Candidates who wish to opt f...Dear aspirant, Glad to meet you. Hindu College PG Course Eligibility Criteria:
courses candidates must qualify Bachelors Degree in the relevant stream from a recognised University. For M.Com. Course, candidates must qualify Bachelor's Degree in Commerce with 65% marks. Candidates who wish to opt for B.Com (H. ) must qualify in their 10th and 12th examinations with a total score of 45 percent with Mathematics or Business Mathematics or other equivalent subjects. Candidates who wish to opt for B.Com must qualify in their 10th and 12th examinations with a total score of 40 percent. Selection to UG courses are based on the CUET examinations conducted by the university followed by e-counselling rounds. Those candidates who qualify in their CUET examinations will be required to enroll for e-counselling. Candidates will then be able to choose which college they wish to attend through the two rounds of e-counselling.

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Aneeket Barua

Guide-Level 11

4 years ago

Dear Vanshika, Basic eligibility- The applicant must have studied Commerce or Science and passed Mathematics/Business Mathematics at the 10+2 for admission to B.Com. (Hons. ).Till last year, admissions were based on merit basis where one had to qualify the cut-offs. Your percentage of 'Best of Fo...Dear Vanshika,
Basic eligibility- The applicant must have studied Commerce or Science and passed Mathematics/Business Mathematics at the 10+2 for admission to B.Com. (Hons. ).
Till last year, admissions were based on merit basis where one had to qualify the cut-offs. Your percentage of 'Best of Four' is considered for admission. This is not only for Hindu but all the colleges under Delhi University.
All subjects to be included in the calculation of Best Four must have at least 70% theory component of the examination. In case the subject to be considered does not have at least 70% theory component, then the marks obtained in theory and practical shall be converted to 70% and 30% respectively, on pro-rata basis. The marks so arrived at will then be considered for calculation of Best Four.
The computation of best four subjects in the above framework should lead to an effective and unique best four which would be higher than any other combination of best four subjects.
However, now DU has proposed for an entrance examination for admission to various colleges offering B.Com and B.Com (Hons) courses. This is yet to be declared on the official website though. Thus, the dilemma still persists on DU admission for the year 2018.
Regards, Aneeket.

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Which is a better college to pursue B.Com (Hons) among St. Xavier's-Kolkata and Hindu College?

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Deepak suman

Contributor-Level 9

a month ago

Hello dear, Hindu college has been accredited by NAAC and gained A + grade. This college provides the medium salary of Rs. 6 Lacs per annum and fee lies between 54780 for 3 years. It provides the facilities such as library, cafeteria, gym, hostel and many more. On the other hand, St. Xavier colle...Hello dear, Hindu college has been accredited by NAAC and gained A + grade. This college provides the medium salary of Rs. 6 Lacs per annum and fee lies between 54780 for 3 years. It provides the facilities such as library, cafeteria, gym, hostel and many more. On the other hand, St. Xavier college has achieved A+ grade from NAAC and gives the average package of Rs 5 Lacs per annum. Please refer to the official page of Shiksha. Co for further information https://www.shiksha.com/compare-hindu-college-vs-st-xaviers-kolkata-id-52602-286584.

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Rakhi Bhardwaj

Guide-Level 11

4 years ago

Hindu college r best for pursuing bcom honours bcoz it is one of the top most clgs of delhi university nd it well known tooo .as here faculty, infrastructure, education also best...if uhh get admsn in hindu clg uhh get bttr exposure nd uhh learns a lot ....

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