Miranda House B.Sc(Hons.) Courses & Fees 2022 ,North Campus

Get Admission and Placement Updates about Miranda House

BSc (Hons) first, second and third cutoff 2021 for General category candidates are tabulated below

Course Name

First Cutoff for General Category (in %) 2021

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

BSc (H) Botany

97.00 Closed  Closed 

BSc (H) Chemistry

97.33 Closed Closed

BSc (H) Math

98.75 Closed  Closed 

BSc (H) Physics

98.33 Closed Closed

BSc (H) Zoology

98.00 Closed  Closed 

Read more: Miranda Cutoff 2021

Miranda House Admission 2021: BSc (Hons), BSc

Miranda House offers BSc (Hons) and BSc courses across four and two specialisations, respectively. These are three-year programmes, admission to which are based on a candidate’s merit in Class 12. The final cutoff list is prepared on the basis of Class 12 scores and those who fulfil that score are eligible for final admission.

Download now: List A and List B 

Miranda House BSc (Hons) and BSc admission highlights including the eligibi

BSc (Hons) first, second and third cutoff 2021 for General category candidates are tabulated below

Course Name

First Cutoff for General Category (in %) 2021

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

BSc (H) Botany

97.00 Closed  Closed 

BSc (H) Chemistry

97.33 Closed Closed

BSc (H) Math

98.75 Closed  Closed 

BSc (H) Physics

98.33 Closed Closed

BSc (H) Zoology

98.00 Closed  Closed 

Read more: Miranda Cutoff 2021

Miranda House Admission 2021: BSc (Hons), BSc

Miranda House offers BSc (Hons) and BSc courses across four and two specialisations, respectively. These are three-year programmes, admission to which are based on a candidate’s merit in Class 12. The final cutoff list is prepared on the basis of Class 12 scores and those who fulfil that score are eligible for final admission.

Download now: List A and List B 

Miranda House BSc (Hons) and BSc admission highlights including the eligibility, seats and fee are tabulated below:

BSc (Hons) Specialisations

First Year Fee & Seats

Eligibility Criteria

- Botany

-  Zoology

Fee: Rs 19,800 (for both)

Seats: 39 (for both)

- Class 12 with 55% aggregate or more in Physics, Chemistry, Biology/ Biotechnology/ Biochemistry and 50% or more in the compulsory language i.e. English

- Merit will be calculated based on aggregate percentage in Physics, Chemistry, Biology/ Biotechnology/ Biochemistry

Mathematics

Fee: 17,100

Seats: 88

- Class 12 with 55% aggregate or more in PCM with at least 50% in one compulsory language

- Merit shall be determined on the basis of one language, Mathematics and two best subjects as specified in List A and List B

Physics

Fee: 19,200

Seats: 86

- Class 12 with 55% aggregate or more in PCM with at least 50% in one compulsory language

- Merit will be calculated based on aggregate percentage in PCM

Chemistry

Fee: 19,600

Seats: 78

- Class 12 with 55% aggregate or more in PCM with at least 50% in one compulsory language

- Merit will be calculated based on aggregate percentage in PCM

BSc Specialisations

First Year Fee & Seats

Eligibility Criteria

Life Sciences

Fee: Rs 19,490

Seats: 44

Class 12 with 45% aggregate or more in PCB / Biotechnology/ Biochemistry and pass (or 40%) aggregate in one compulsory language (i.e. English)

- Merit will be calculated based on aggregate in PCB/ Biotechnology/ Biochemistry

Physical Sciences with CS

Fee: Rs 18,590

Seats: 43

- Class 12 with 45% aggregate or more in PCM/ CS and one language (pass or 40% aggregate)

- Merit will be based on PCM/ CS

Read reviews that mention
Placement CellPlacement TrainingRecruiting CompaniesInternshipsTop CompaniesCTC OfferedAverage Package OfferedRoles OfferedPercentage of Batch PlacedHighest Package OfferedTeaching ExperienceCourse Curriculum DesignSupportive FacultyFaculty Easily ApproachableTop FacultyKnowledge SharingPedagogyQuality educationTop InfrastructureAir Conditioned CampusWell equiped Class RoomsCanteen and cafeteriaLibraryBeautiful CampusHostel AvailableLaboratory FacilityEvents OrganisedSports FestivalScholarship AvailableAnnual DayView All
Very PositivePositiveNeutralNegativeVery Negative

Reviews (Showing 5 of 42 reviews)

I
Ishu yadav | B.Sc. (Hons.) in Chemistry - Batch of 2023
Reviewed on 18 Sep 2021
Verified
4.8
Placements 5 Infrastructure 4 Faculty & Course Curriculum 5 Crowd & Campus Life 5 Value for Money 5
Satisfied with the faculty and infrastructure, and the placements are good.

Placements: Miranda House placement cell offers a well organised and smooth recruitment process, and it does by maintaining links between students and companies. Miranda House placement cell tries to maintain transparency and offers great opportunities to the students. This had been decreased from 2-3 years, but I hope it may increase in the upcoming years. In the placement drives of 2021, more than 45 job opportunities are offered.

Infrastructure: The infrastructure is good enough. We have 2 libraries. One is a college lib...

Was this review helpful YesNo  
N
Nishtha | B.Sc. (Hons.) in Zoology - Batch of 2019
Reviewed on 3 Aug 2021
Verified
4.8
Placements 4 Infrastructure 5 Faculty & Course Curriculum 5 Crowd & Campus Life 5 Value for Money 5
Absolutely fabulous, because of its infrastructure, the teachers and facilities.

Placements: I was in zoology hons. there were limited no. of seats as per reservation. After B.Sc the masters degree is mandatory, whether it is in any field. And after that we can be placed anywhere we want. Pharma companies also need master's course. A student can be a tutor, a manager in pharma company etc after completing this course.

Infrastructure: The infrastructure is quite good. They have great labs, great teachers. Each classroom is a smart room. There is one lecture room, a zoology museum, 3 spacious labs and 3...

Was this review helpful YesNo  
P
Prerna Sodhi | B.Sc. (Hons.) in Mathematics - Batch of 2018
Reviewed on 15 Feb 2018
Verified
4.2
Placements 2 Infrastructure 5 Faculty & Course Curriculum 4 Crowd & Campus Life 5 Value for Money 5
Good faculty, crowd, surroundings and a really good overall development of the student.

Placements: The college has a placement cell, but the placements are not good enough. A very few students opt to sit in placements as most of the students in the college want to study further. More of education-oriented firms come for the placements, and very few corporate sector placements come to the college. You get a lot of useful internship opportunities in the college.

Infrastructure: Miranda House has one of the best infrastructures amongst Delhi University colleges. The college boasts of the following a huge library with all sorts of books in the library, a sports ground and room where students play games like archery, ball badminton, chess, basketball, lawn tennis etc. and promoted, and instructor for every game. The gym is fully equipped, and one need to take membership for which the charges are very low. The college also has cafeterias and pam where the food here is tast...

Was this review helpful YesNo  
T
Tamanna Jain | B.Sc. (Hons.) in Physics - Batch of 2017
Reviewed on 8 Mar 2018
Verified
4.6
Placements 4 Infrastructure 5 Faculty & Course Curriculum 4 Crowd & Campus Life 5 Value for Money 5
Satisfied from curriculum to exposure.

Placements: The students get selected for internships at various top programs like SN Bhatt, SN Bose Scholars, etc. In the field of science, Miranda House has its own summer research programme DSKC where a student of the college and others get an opportunity to do the internship under the faculty.

Infrastructure: Wi-Fi is accessible to all the students in the college. Also, in our department, we have the good computational facility and well-equipped labs. I don't know about the other departments. College offers two librarie...

Was this review helpful YesNo  
P
Punisha Kardam | B.Sc. (Hons.) in Chemistry - Batch of 2017
Reviewed on 11 Apr 2018
Verified
4.6
Placements 3 Infrastructure 5 Faculty & Course Curriculum 5 Crowd & Campus Life 5 Value for Money 5
Miranda House-A brand of true standards.

Placements: There were no major placements from sciences, Chemistry though internships got quite a many students lured to itself during summer breaks. Many students opted for the in college D. S. Kothari research centre summer workshop where in non mirandians are also permitted and students take up project in groups under a teacher and choice of their subject. Majorly second year students actively take part in year long DU innovation project which are in more than one discipline depending on the topic. Over...

Was this review helpful YesNo  
View All Reviews

News & Updates

Popular NewsLatest News
Confused about which college or exam to opt for?
  • Chat with our counsellor
  • Get your personalised list of colleges & exams matching your preferences

Comments

When will the admissions begin for this course?

Reply to Lalhmingmawii

R

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

R

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

N

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.

G

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

a

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.

We use cookies to improve your experience. By continuing to browse the site, you agree to our Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy.