Miranda House B.A. Courses & Fees 2022 ,North Campus

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Miranda House BA Prog first, second and third cutoff 2021 for General category candidates are tabulated below:

BA Prog Subject Combinations

First Cutoff for General Category (in %) 2021

Second Cutoff 2021 for General category (in %) - LATEST Third Cutoff 2021 for General category (in %)

Economics – English

99.25 99  Closed

Economics – Geography

99.25 99  Closed

English - Sociology

99.25 Closed Closed

History - Economics

99.25 Closed  Closed

History – English

99.25 99  98.75 

History – Geography

99.25 99  98.75 

History – Sociology

99.25 99  98.25 

Political Science – Economics

99.25 Closed Closed

Political Science – English

99.25 Closed  Closed

Political Science – Geography

99.25 Closed Closed

Hindi - Political Science

99.00

99  Closed

Mathematics -Geography

99.00 Closed Closed

Bengali - History

98.50 98.75  Closed

Political Science – History

99.25 98.75  98.25 

Political Science – Sociology

99.25 Closed Closed

Philosophy -Political Science

99.00 Closed Closed

Physical Education - History

99.00

98  96.00 

Physical Education - Philosophy

99.25

98  96.00 

Physical Education - Political Science

99.00

98.75  98.25 

Punjabi - Philosophy

NA

Closed NA

Sanskrit - Geography

98.25

98.75  98.25 

Sanskrit - History

98.50

97.5  95.50 

Sanskrit - Political Science

98.50

98.75  98.25 

Political Science - Punjabi

98.50

NA NA

Bengali - Political Science

98.50

Closed Closed

Hindi - History

99.00

98  96.00 

History - Tamil

98.50

98  96.00 

Geography - Bengali

98.25

98  96.00 

English - Philosophy

99.00

98  96.00 

Philosophy - Bengali

98.25

99  98.25 

Political Science - Tamil

98.50

Closed Closed

Geography - English

99.25

99  98.25 

Geography - Punjabi

98.25 97.5  95.50 

Geography - Sociology

99.25 97.5  95.50 

Geography - Tamil

98.25 98  96.00 

Philosophy - Sanskrit

98.25 97  96.00 

History - Punjabi

98.50 97.5   95.50 

Philosophy - History

99.00 98.75  Closed

Mathematics - Economics

99.25 97.5  95.50 

Read more: Miranda Cutoff 2021

Miranda House Admission 2021: BA, BA (Hons)

Miranda House admission to BA and BA (Hons) courses is based on Class 12 merit. More details regarding these three-year courses are as follows:

  • BA Programme fee: Rs 14,160
  • BA (Hons) first-year fee: Rs 14,160 (for all), Rs 14,560 (Music), Rs 17,080 (Geography)

The following table mentions the eligibility and seats for all BA and BA (Hons) programmes):

Course Name

Eligibility Criteria

Seats

BA Programme

- A pass in Class 12 with at least 40% aggregate

- Must include one non-listed subject (besides those in Lists A and B) in the calculation of ‘best four’ without any deduction.

231

BA (Hons) Specialisations

Eligibility Criteria

Seats

Bengali

- Class 12 with 40% aggregate and 50% in the relevant subjects

- Advantage of 2% in the best four will be given to those who studied the relevant subject in Class 12

- In case the applicant has not studied any language in Class 12 and is seeking admission to a Hons course in that language, a deduction of 5% will be imposed on the best four

10

Economics

- Class 12 with 40% aggregate with Maths as a subject

- Out of three subjects, one must be the subject in which admission is sought, failing which a deduction of 2.5% will be imposed on the aggregate of the best four

78

English

- Class 12 with 45% aggregate with English as a compulsory subject

- Must include English for calculation of best four percentage

- Advantage of 2% in the best four will be given to those who studied English in Class 12

78

Hindi

- Class 12 with 40% aggregate and 50% in Hindi

- Must include Hindi in the best four

- Those with at least 40% aggregate in Class 12 and Prabhakar in Hindi are also eligible

78

- History

- Geography

- Political Science

- Philosophy

- Sociology

- Class 12 with 40% aggregate with Maths as a subject

- Out of three subjects, one must be the subject in which admission is sought, failing which a deduction of 2.5% will be imposed on the aggregate of the best four

- 58 (for His, Geo, Philosophy)

- 68 (for Pol. Sc.)

- 65 (for Sociology)

 

Music

- Class 12 with 45% aggregate

19

Sanskrit

- Class 12 with 40% aggregate and 50% in the relevant subjects

- Those with at least 40% aggregate in Class 12 and Shastri in Sanskrit are also eligible

- Advantage of 2% in the best four will be given to those who studied the relevant subject in Class 12

- In case the applicant has not studied any language in Class 12 and is seeking admission to a Hons course in that language, a deduction of 5% will be imposed on the best four

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NOTE:

  • Inclusion of more than one non-listed subject (List A and List B) in the best four (for BA (Hons

Miranda House UG Placements 2021: Highlights

During the Miranda House placements 2021, the participated recruiters placed over 88 students of UG (3-year) programmes in new-age job profiles. The highest package offered was INR 19.2 LPA, whereas the median package offered stood at INR 6 LPA. More highlights from Miranda House College placements 2021 are tabulated below:

UG (3-year)

Particulars

Statistics (2021)

Highest package

INR 19.2 LPA

Average package

INR 5.5 LPA

Median package

INR 6 LPA

Minimum package

INR 2.5 LPA

Total students

1,140

No. of students placed

88

Top recruiters

Accenture, DE Shaw, Dell, Daurcom, PwC, Unnati, TCS

Note: The above-mentioned data is gathered from Miranda House placement report 2021 and NIRF report 2022.

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Miranda House BA Prog first, second and third cutoff 2021 for General category candidates are tabulated below:

BA Prog Subject Combinations

First Cutoff for General Category (in %) 2021

Second Cutoff 2021 for General category (in %) - LATEST Third Cutoff 2021 for General category (in %)

Economics – English

99.25 99  Closed

Economics – Geography

99.25 99  Closed

English - Sociology

99.25 Closed Closed

History - Economics

99.25 Closed  Closed

History – English

99.25 99  98.75 

History – Geography

99.25 99  98.75 

History – Sociology

99.25 99  98.25 

Political Science – Economics

99.25 Closed Closed

Political Science – English

99.25 Closed  Closed

Political Science – Geography

99.25 Closed Closed

Hindi - Political Science

99.00

99  Closed

Mathematics -Geography

99.00 Closed Closed

Bengali - History

98.50 98.75  Closed

Political Science – History

99.25 98.75  98.25 

Political Science – Sociology

99.25 Closed Closed

Philosophy -Political Science

99.00 Closed Closed

Physical Education - History

99.00

98  96.00 

Physical Education - Philosophy

99.25

98  96.00 

Physical Education - Political Science

99.00

98.75  98.25 

Punjabi - Philosophy

NA

Closed NA

Sanskrit - Geography

98.25

98.75  98.25 

Sanskrit - History

98.50

97.5  95.50 

Sanskrit - Political Science

98.50

98.75  98.25 

Political Science - Punjabi

98.50

NA NA

Bengali - Political Science

98.50

Closed Closed

Hindi - History

99.00

98  96.00 

History - Tamil

98.50

98  96.00 

Geography - Bengali

98.25

98  96.00 

English - Philosophy

99.00

98  96.00 

Philosophy - Bengali

98.25

99  98.25 

Political Science - Tamil

98.50

Closed Closed

Geography - English

99.25

99  98.25 

Geography - Punjabi

98.25 97.5  95.50 

Geography - Sociology

99.25 97.5  95.50 

Geography - Tamil

98.25 98  96.00 

Philosophy - Sanskrit

98.25 97  96.00 

History - Punjabi

98.50 97.5   95.50 

Philosophy - History

99.00 98.75  Closed

Mathematics - Economics

99.25 97.5  95.50 

Read more: Miranda Cutoff 2021

Miranda House Admission 2021: BA, BA (Hons)

Miranda House admission to BA and BA (Hons) courses is based on Class 12 merit. More details regarding these three-year courses are as follows:

  • BA Programme fee: Rs 14,160
  • BA (Hons) first-year fee: Rs 14,160 (for all), Rs 14,560 (Music), Rs 17,080 (Geography)

The following table mentions the eligibility and seats for all BA and BA (Hons) programmes):

Course Name

Eligibility Criteria

Seats

BA Programme

- A pass in Class 12 with at least 40% aggregate

- Must include one non-listed subject (besides those in Lists A and B) in the calculation of ‘best four’ without any deduction.

231

BA (Hons) Specialisations

Eligibility Criteria

Seats

Bengali

- Class 12 with 40% aggregate and 50% in the relevant subjects

- Advantage of 2% in the best four will be given to those who studied the relevant subject in Class 12

- In case the applicant has not studied any language in Class 12 and is seeking admission to a Hons course in that language, a deduction of 5% will be imposed on the best four

10

Economics

- Class 12 with 40% aggregate with Maths as a subject

- Out of three subjects, one must be the subject in which admission is sought, failing which a deduction of 2.5% will be imposed on the aggregate of the best four

78

English

- Class 12 with 45% aggregate with English as a compulsory subject

- Must include English for calculation of best four percentage

- Advantage of 2% in the best four will be given to those who studied English in Class 12

78

Hindi

- Class 12 with 40% aggregate and 50% in Hindi

- Must include Hindi in the best four

- Those with at least 40% aggregate in Class 12 and Prabhakar in Hindi are also eligible

78

- History

- Geography

- Political Science

- Philosophy

- Sociology

- Class 12 with 40% aggregate with Maths as a subject

- Out of three subjects, one must be the subject in which admission is sought, failing which a deduction of 2.5% will be imposed on the aggregate of the best four

- 58 (for His, Geo, Philosophy)

- 68 (for Pol. Sc.)

- 65 (for Sociology)

 

Music

- Class 12 with 45% aggregate

19

Sanskrit

- Class 12 with 40% aggregate and 50% in the relevant subjects

- Those with at least 40% aggregate in Class 12 and Shastri in Sanskrit are also eligible

- Advantage of 2% in the best four will be given to those who studied the relevant subject in Class 12

- In case the applicant has not studied any language in Class 12 and is seeking admission to a Hons course in that language, a deduction of 5% will be imposed on the best four

39

NOTE:

  • Inclusion of more than one non-listed subject (List A and List B) in the best four (for BA (Hons) and BA (Prog)) will lead to a deduction of 2.5% per subject in the aggregate.
  • Merit is determined based on one language and three best subjects as specified in List A and List B for BA (Hons) and BA (Prog).

Download now: List A and List B 

Miranda House UG Placements 2021: Highlights

During the Miranda House placements 2021, the participated recruiters placed over 88 students of UG (3-year) programmes in new-age job profiles. The highest package offered was INR 19.2 LPA, whereas the median package offered stood at INR 6 LPA. More highlights from Miranda House College placements 2021 are tabulated below:

UG (3-year)

Particulars

Statistics (2021)

Highest package

INR 19.2 LPA

Average package

INR 5.5 LPA

Median package

INR 6 LPA

Minimum package

INR 2.5 LPA

Total students

1,140

No. of students placed

88

Top recruiters

Accenture, DE Shaw, Dell, Daurcom, PwC, Unnati, TCS

Note: The above-mentioned data is gathered from Miranda House placement report 2021 and NIRF report 2022.

Read more: Miranda House Admission Process

Miranda House UG (3-year) Placement Trends: 2019 vs 2020 vs 2021

A fluctuating trend in the highest and average salary offered to UG (3-year) students was witnessed during Miranda House placements over the past three years. On the other hand, the minimum salary witnessed a rise of 25% between 2019 and 2020. However, in 2021 it remained unchanged at INR 2.5 LPA. While the median salary witnessed an improving trend in the past three years, 2019, 2020 and 2021. For more clarity, check out the graph below:

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Shraddha Jain | B.A. in Political Science and History - Batch of 2022
Reviewed on 27 Sep 2021
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3.4
Placements 3 Infrastructure 4 Faculty & Course Curriculum 3 Crowd & Campus Life 4 Value for Money 3
It is a good college with a good campus life.

Placements: For the B.A. program, there is no such placement. you need to put in extra effort to make your CC good. The college has societies and also provides many internship opportunities which can help in making a good CV. Overall the placement cell of the college didn't satisfy me as expected.

Infrastructure: Our college is very beautiful. All classes are properly ventilated, and the campus gives different vibes. There are three canteens, and to add to there is Nescafe which will serve you delicious Maggi and coffee. Yo...

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Preeti | B.A. in Political Science and History - Batch of 2019
Reviewed on 4 Aug 2021
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4.0
Placements 4 Infrastructure 4 Faculty & Course Curriculum 5 Crowd & Campus Life 4 Value for Money 3
Miranda is on the top every year. Teachers are good, and the college environment is good.

Placements: I was from the 2016-2019 batch of B.A. About 80% of the students got placed from our course. The highest salary package offered here is 2.4 LPA, and the average salary package offered is 2.16 LPA. The lowest salary package offered is 2 LPA. Tech Mahindra, Paisabazaar, Policybazaar, etc., companies visited here to recruit students. There are no internship opportunities in our college.

Infrastructure: There are neat and clean hostel rooms here. Timely lunch, breakfast and dinner are provided. They provide all the ...

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Shivam Sharma | B.A. in Political Science and History - Batch of 2020
Reviewed on 23 Sep 2018
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4.8
Placements 4 Infrastructure 5 Faculty & Course Curriculum 5 Crowd & Campus Life 5 Value for Money 5
The best college of DU or even North India.

Placements: There are placements for B.Com and B.Com (H) in the college. As I am pursuing B.A, there are no placement opportunities as the same. Overall, 85%-90% of the students get placed every year. Students can get internships from outside or from the campus itself. The placement cell coordinators are also supportive and guide the students in the best possible manner. So, the experience of Miranda's placements is excellent till date, and it will continue for the upcoming years.

Infrastructure: Outstanding infrastructure ...

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Swati Nupur | B.A. (Hons.) in Sanskrit - Batch of 2018
Reviewed on 23 Jan 2018
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5.0
Placements 5 Infrastructure 5 Faculty & Course Curriculum 5 Crowd & Campus Life 5 Value for Money 5
The best college of DU, where you can get the best education.

Placements: The placements in our college are good. Companies often visit our college and offer jobs and organise seminars. The percentage of placement is excellent. Our seniors had excellent placements, from other courses as well. Overall, the placements are excellent. Any student can easily get a job.

Infrastructure: The college infrastructure is marvellous. The college is known as the most beautiful college of North campus of Delhi University. Food provided in the canteen is awesome in terms of quality and taste. A variety of food items are provided in the canteen. Classrooms are spacious and well-furnished. There are separate departments for each course. Many classrooms are available. The library, labs and medical facilities are very good. Wi-Fi facility is good, and everyone can access it. The sports sect...

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Anisha Kalra | B.A. in Political Science and History - Batch of 2019
Reviewed on 13 Feb 2018
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4.8
Placements 4 Infrastructure 5 Faculty & Course Curriculum 5 Crowd & Campus Life 5 Value for Money 5
A Place where queens rule Miranda House.

Placements: Every year many companies visit our campus and provide us with numerous placement opportunity. Last year, Indigo company (airlines) visited our campus. They were providing a job for the post cabin crew. They selected around ten to twenty girls out of 100 for the first round. Then they were asked to visit at Hauz Khas for the second round and so on.

Infrastructure: Our college has the best infrastructure as far as I know among all the colleges of north campus. Walls, roofs, desks, water taps, classrooms, canteen,...

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When will the admissions begin for this course?

Reply to Lalhmingmawii

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Rahul Chaudhary

Beginner-Level 1

a month ago

I think in March/Feb. A test was conducted for admissions you can check that and admission was started in May only.

Can I know is there B.Com (Hons) in Miranda's house, If there is kindly tell the cut-off % and whether they accept students on merit- basis?

Reply to Areeba Umar Khalidi

41205723
rekha

Contributor-Level 10

2 months ago

The last year's 2019-20 cutoff for B.Sc. Hons Mathematics in general category at Miranda House Delhi was 96.5. refer link: https://www.shiksha.com/college/miranda-house-university-of-delhi-north-campus-3090/courses.

I want to know about the latest cutoff information for M.Sc. In Botany at Miranda House.

Reply to Jyotimamishra

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RITIKA Chaudhary

Beginner-Level 3

5 months ago

Hi Jyotima Mishra, Miranda House offers Bachelor courses for students like any other DU college. The Masters studies are under the Faculty of that particular subject like in your case faculty of Botany. The cutoff information would be available of the DU portal. Please check there once. All the b...Hi Jyotima Mishra, Miranda House offers Bachelor courses for students like any other DU college. The Masters studies are under the Faculty of that particular subject like in your case faculty of Botany. The cutoff information would be available of the DU portal. Please check there once. All the best for you studies :). .

Which Institute is good for graduation in Sciences, Miranda House, DU or LPU?

Reply to Nomanjee Shivdasani

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Niharika Singh

Guide-Level 15

10 months ago

Hi, All are good, but LPU has become a brand in the field of education. They are imparting quality education at an affordable fee. The following things make LPU worth:1. The university is having a world-class infrastructure with modern amenities. 2. Labs are equipped with the latest, high-tech eq...Hi, All are good, but LPU has become a brand in the field of education. They are imparting quality education at an affordable fee. The following things make LPU worth:
1. The university is having a world-class infrastructure with modern amenities.
2. Labs are equipped with the latest, high-tech equipment.
3. Highly qualified faculty from IITs, IIITs, NITS, Iims, and other reputed institutions in India and abroad.
4. Good placements ranging from 5 LPA to 42 LPA and proper placement guidance/ placement classes.
5. Scholarships for meritorious students.
6. Extra-curricular activities for the overall development of students' personalities.
7. Competitive curriculum upgraded regularly according to industry requirements.
8. Regular interaction with whose who of the industry/ corporate world. What more can you ask for? Therefore, definitely, it is a university to go for. Thanks.

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Gagan Chopra

Guide-Level 15

a year ago

Hello Nomanjee, I am talking about LPU only because I have seen the things in LPU with my own eyes as per my experience in LPU as an alumni, LPU is an outstanding place to pursue your studies. I have experienced in LPU as a student and I learned plenty of things during my graduation. LPU provides...Hello Nomanjee, I am talking about LPU only because I have seen the things in LPU with my own eyes as per my experience in LPU as an alumni, LPU is an outstanding place to pursue your studies. I have experienced in LPU as a student and I learned plenty of things during my graduation. LPU provides the beautiful infrastructure and all required resources to students and staff. I will highly recommended that if you really want to make your career with good level of education then you should go for LPU. When I was seeking college for admission for my graduation, I was quite confused. But after a long comparison with all relevant facts and figures I joined LPU and now I am an alumni of LPU and Decision for LPU was best decision of my life. LPU gave me extra edge in everything. LPU is Great in teaching, placements, infrastructure or other facilities. LPU has around 2300 faculty members in the university. It has experienced, specialised and well qualified faculty members. LPU has earned many affiliations, recognition and accreditation and mark itself among the few of the top private universities. LPU has earned many affiliations, recognition and accreditation and mark itself among the few of the top private universities. Moreover the placement opportunities in LPU are much better than other private universities as it is ranked the 5th amongst the other universities for its placement records. More than 550 companies visit every year for such activities and campus-recruitment of students from LPU and this year for batch graduating in 2020, already more than 500 placement/internship drives have been conducted till January 2020 with leading industry giants (more than 90% being MNCs) such as Amazon, Tech Mahindra, ITC, Trident Group, Cognizant Technology Solutions etc. And generating more than 3000 offers just in the first half of the academic session.

I got 69.6% in 12th board exam. Can I get admission in DU Miranda house.

Reply to Surbhi bala

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arjun

Contributor-Level 6

11 months ago

He/ she must score minimum 50% marks (45% for SC/ ST) in the qualifying exam to be eligible for examination. Mandatory Subject: Candidates must have Physics & Chemistry as their mandatory subject along with any one from Chemistry/ Bio-technology/ Computer Science/ Biology in their qualify...He/ she must score minimum 50% marks (45% for SC/ ST) in the qualifying exam to be eligible for examination. Mandatory Subject: Candidates must have Physics & Chemistry as their mandatory subject along with any one from Chemistry/ Bio-technology/ Computer Science/ Biology in their qualifying exam.

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