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My college Dyal Singh is awesome

By Ritika Khatri (Class of 2020) , 8 months, 2 weeks ago
For : Dyal Singh College
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My college is a good college but it is not the best. It has all the basic amenities with good sports facilities and excellent surrounding. The locality of the college is good as it is close to JLN sta read more

Janki Devi Memorial College review

By Anonymous , 8 months, 2 weeks ago
For : Janki Devi Memorial College
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Good faculty members. The campus is big. The seniors are very friendly. Societies are very active and very welcoming. The college is easily accessible. The canteen is big and the food quality is also read more

Ramanujan College, Gateway of Opportunities.

By Anonymous , 8 months, 2 weeks ago
For : Ramanujan College
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The college has offered me various opportunities not only academically but also in order to explore the creative side of me. Even in terms of internships, we get options to choose from renowned compan read more

Dyal Singh college - Better than expectation

By Sheena Meena (Class of 2019) , 8 months, 2 weeks ago
For : Dyal Singh College
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Taking admission in this college was not my choice but this one was the best of the lot. The faculty is good and supportive. After spending 1 year, I can say the college is as good as the friends you read more

DSC review

By Archit Singh (Class of 2019) , 8 months, 2 weeks ago
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DSC is one of the well known college of DU. It holds 8 ranking amongst India's best colleges and you are truly going to enjoy your college years if selected. It has undergone drastic grooming in recen read more

More about University of Delhi

University of Delhi (DU) established in the year 1922 is ranked the No. 1 University in the country. This Public University is famous for both in academic and extra-curricular fields. The University started with only 4 colleges which were established way before the University itself, St. Stephen College (1881), The Delhi College (now known as Zakir Husain Delhi College, 1692), Hindu College (1899) and Ramjas College (1917). Initially, it was to be named Prince Charles University but after a lot of discussions, it was decided that it will be named after their new province which was Delhi after shifting from Calcutta. The University has also witnessed Indian independence on its silver jubilee, so due to the partition of India there was no celebration or convocation was held, instead the year succeeding to it i.e. 1948 convocation was organized and the event was graced by then Prime Minister of India, Jawahar Lal Nehru, along with Lord Mountbatten, Lady Mountbatten, Abul Kalam Azad, S.S. Bhatnagar and Zakir Hussain.

Starting from only 4 colleges the University now has 77 colleges, 16 faculties, 5 recognized institutes and 86 departments offering Undergraduate, postgraduate, M.Phil., and PhD. The University has been divided into two campuses, one in North and the other one in South.

The North Campus (main campus) is the hub of one of the most prestigious and old colleges like Hindu College, Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC), Kirori Mal College, Ramjas College, St. Stephen’s College, Miranda House, SGTB Khalsa, Hansraj College, Indraprastha College for Women. It also has administrative blocks, various faculties and centres in the vicinity. The elaborate white building with British architecture in the University Enclave is now Vice Chancellor’s office was then the home of Viceroy of Delhi.

With the increase in the number of courses and ease for the students living the southern part of Delhi an extension to the main campus (north) another campus at the south was established with renowned and reputed colleges such as Sri Venkateswara College, Gargi College, Kamla Nehru College (KNC), Lady Shri Ram College (LSR), Jesus and Mary College (JMC), Delhi College of Arts and Commerce (DCAC), Shaheed Bhagat Singh College, Atma Ram Sanatan Dharam (ARSD) and many more. It also has its own departments, faculties, and library.

Admission in the University of Delhi is through Merit and for specific courses and degrees through Entrance exams. For undergraduate courses such as B.A. and B.Sc. admission is through merit, the cut-offs are released in the last week of June and for certain undergraduate courses like BMS, BBA, BBM the affiliated colleges conduct an entrance exam and the basic eligibility criterion is that the candidate must have passed in his/her class 12th examination from CBSE, ICSE or State Board. The application process of the University of Delhi is online based for the ease of the students, the application releases annually in the first week of June. The classes commence from the last week of July, i.e. around 20th of July.

For Postgraduate, M.Phil. and PhD the admission is through both merit-based and as well as through entrance exam, which is held in the month of July. For the PG courses, the entrance exam has 100 questions which consist of both objective and subjective type of questions. And, for M.Phil. and PhD the entrance exam is conducted by the respective departments.

The University of Delhi (DU), offers undergraduate, postgraduate, M.Phil. and PhD in areas such as Management, Arts, Social Science, Science, Commerce, Law, Education, Science, Medical Science, Music, Fine Arts, Technology, Ayurveda, Homoeopathic and Yoga.

Following is the list of faculties and centres in DU:


Faculty of Applied Social Sciences and Humanities

Faculty of Arts

Faculty of Commerce and Business Studies

Faculty of Education

Faculty of Mathematical Sciences

Faculty of Medical Sciences

Faculty of Science

Faculty of Law

Faculty of Music and Fine Arts

Faculty of Technology

Faculty of Interdisciplinary and Applied Sciences

Faculty of Ayurvedic and Unani Medicine*

School of Open Learning

Faculty of Social Science

Faculty of Management Studies

Faculty of Homeopathic Medicine*

*Affiliated Faculties


Agricultural Economics Research Centre

Amar Jyoti Institute of Physiotherapy

Delhi School of Economics

Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Centre for Biomedical Research

D.S. Kothari Centre for Science, Ethics and Education

Institute of Lifelong Learning

Institute of Human Behaviour & Allied Sciences

Centre for Professional Development in Higher Education

Centre for Innovation in Infectious Disease Research, Education and Training


The University has all basic amenities and some world class facilities like Library, Sports Stadium, Central Placement, Computer Centre, Conference Centre, Hostels, Health Care, Gandhi Bhawan, Rajbhasha Cell, University Guest House, University Press, University Radio (DUCR 90.4), and International Guest House.

The University is also known for hosting some of the country’s best fests like Crossroads (SRCC), Mecca (Hindu College), Renaissance (KMC), Tempest (Miranda) and much more.

Being the No. 1 University of India, many famous MNCs and start-ups come to the University of Delhi for its reputation in excelling in both academic and extra-curricular field and a never ending list of famous alumni. Some of the companies which visit the University of Delhi are Amazon, Honda, Wipro, Whirlpool, Freight System, Ingenious e- Brain Solutions, HT Studymate, Perkin Elmer and much more.

And to add the feather on the cap of this already renowned and well-established University here are the names of some of the famous alumni.

Shah Rukh Khan

Narendra Modi

Salman Khurshid

Shashi Tharoor

Amitabh Bachchan

Arun Jaitley

Aung San Suu Kyi

Arundhati Virman

Kaushik Basu

Mohammad Zia-ul-Haq

Imtiyaz Ali

Rahul Gandhi

Ambika Soni

Amrish Tyagi

Balram Shukla

Vinod Dham

Gita Gopinath

Imran Zahid


Available College Facilities

The University of Delhi situated at the University Enclave, New Delhi, Delhi -.110007, India has two campuses one is the main which is situated in the north and the other one is in the south of Delhi in Moti Bagh known as South Campus.

The infrastructure of the University is good and has been accredited with 'A' grade from NAAC. The students are ensured with various facilities of Hostel, Canteen, Classrooms, laboratories, Internet, Projectors.

The classrooms are highly maintained, to ensure better teaching, the projectors are used, where the teaching and learning process is made easy through e-learning.

There are separate Hostel Buildings for girls and boys.The Hostel provides Single and Double seating, and a room consists of a table, chair, bed and cupboard per student. Along with the above facilities, there is the provision of Telephone, Newspaper, and  Water Cooler, in each block of the Hostel.

There is the availability of a Mess or Canteen and is also located in a well-connected area of the city, having various eating hubs around.

The campus has all basic infrastructural amenities like Sports complex, Laboratories, Computer Labs, Music Room, Library, well-equipped classrooms, smart class, Seminar Hall, Conference Centre, Computer Centre, Health Centre, Gandhi Bhawan, Rajbhasha Cell and University Radio.


Following are the list of Hostels under University of Delhi:

North Campus


Rajiv Gandhi Hostel for Girls

WUS University Hostel

V.K.R.V. Rao Hostel

University Hostel for Women

Post-Graduate Men's Hostel

North Eastern Students House for Women

Meghdoot Hostel

Mansarover Hostel

Jubilee Hall

International Students House for Women

International Student's House

Gwyer Hall

D.S. Kothari Hostel

Ambedkar-Ganguly Students House for Women


South Campus


Aravali Hostel

Geetanjali Hostel

Saramati Post Graduate Men’s Hostel



The classrooms in the University of Delhi are fully furnished, they also have Audio and Visual aid for better learning experience.

Facilities available in Classroom

  • Wi-Fi
  • AC
  • Projector
  • Audio-Visual Teaching Aids

The University of Delhi has well-equipped laboratories for each department.

Facilities available in Laboratory

  • AC Labs
  • Student:Computer Ratio
  • Computers in Labs

University of Delhi has a Stadium which is a Rugby 7s stadium, spread over an area of 10,000 sq. metres. The stadium has a seating capacity of 2,500 permanent and 7,500 temporary seats.

The construction work began in 2008 and it was inaugurated in July 2010, ahead of the 2010 Commonwealth Games and also includes training area for Netball, Boxing, Women's Wrestling and Athletics.


Delhi University Library System (DULS) is an amalgamation of more than 34 libraries and is accomplishing its task of reaching to a wider academic community. DULS has advanced web activity with the subscription to many high-quality electronic databases which are available through campus network to faculty, students and research scholars. In addition to this 20 more databases are also accessible through UGC-INFONET Digital Library Consortium.

DULS also promotes Open Access e-resources. DULS regularly conducts innovative Information Literacy Programs (ILP) for the benefit of students, researchers and faculty.

  • Central Library
  • Arts Library
  • Central Science Library
  • East Asian Studies Library
  • FMS Library
  • Law Library
  • Ratan Tata Library
  • South Campus Library
  • Braille Library (On DU Intranet)

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