As soon as the 12th class results are out, every student seeks for a good college or university where he/she can grow and develop in their respective careers. One of the most popular universities in India is DELHI UNIVERSITY (DU). The university comes under government and has a good reputation and value with reasonable fee structure and a wide range of course options to choose from in various fields. We are providing the list of Colleges/Universities which come under Delhi University.
Delhi University is the dream of every hardworking student. But the cutoffs of the university always disappoint the admission seekers. Delhi University does not only have NORTH CAMPUS, there are various other colleges that can help you study under DU.
There are a number of colleges in North Campus and South Campus and many others are scattered in the entire area of Delhi and provide a great higher education with various courses.
List of Colleges under Delhi University
There is a list of colleges below which comes under Delhi University:
- Shri Ram College of Commerce
- St. Stephen’s College (entrance exam)
- Hindu College
- Ramjas College
- Miranda House (women college)
- Hansraj College
- Daulat Ram College (women college)
- Kirorimal College
- Shri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College
- Indraprastha College for Women
- Acharya Narendra Dev College
- Bharti College
- Sri Venkateshwar College
- Kamla Nehru College
- Delhi College of Arts and Commerce
- Jesus & Mary College (women college)
- Gargi College
- Lady Shri Ram College (women college)
- Maitreyi College
- Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma College
- Shaheed Bhagat Singh College
- Deshbandhu College
- P.G.D.A.V College
- Dayal Singh College
- Sri Aurobindo College
- College of Vocational Studies
- Ram Lal Anand College
- Lady Irwin College
- Shaheed Sukhdev College of Commerce (entrance exam)
- Shri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce
- Swami Shraddhanand College
- Lakshmibai College
- Satyawati College
- Kalindi College
- Zakir Hussain College
- Janki Devi Memorial College (women college)
- Rajdhani College
- Shivaji College
- Shyama Prasad Mukherji College for women
- Bharti college
- Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College
- Maharaja Agrasen College
- Keshav Mahavidyalya
- Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar College
Other than the above list, there are colleges for Non Collegiate Women Education and School of Open Learning for students who want to pursue a course but do not wish to take admission in regular college. The classes are held on Saturdays and Sundays for these students.
However, there are so many colleges with different cutoffs and one can definitely apply for colleges and get admission. Also there are quotas for SC, ST, OBC and for sports students (ECA). There is quota for migrants also (Kashmir migrants).
Every college has its own policies regarding the quotas. Students who fulfill the requirements of quota can apply for admission for the desired course. Some colleges provide concession of 1 or 2% in the total marks percentage to girls. Again it depends on the college and may vary.
Do not get disappointed if you do not get admission in a college, there are many other colleges that have their doors open. Not only DU, there are other universities as well which provide various courses like IP university, Symbiosis, Amity and many more.
Students can also apply to other universities to pursue their career.
Just try and find out the best college for yourself.