Hindu College Admission 2019, Cutoff, Courses, Notification, Merit List

Hindu College Admission 2019, Cutoff, Courses, Notification, Merit List

Hindu College Admission 2019, Cutoff, Courses, Notification, Merit List Hindu College, one of the prestigious colleges under the Delhi University, wa

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Hindu College Admission 2019, Cutoff, Courses, Notification, Merit List

Hindu College, one of the prestigious colleges under the Delhi University, was established in the year 1899. The college situated in Delhi, is one of the oldest colleges in the area. Hindu Collegeoffers three major undergraduate programs with various specializations. All the undergraduate courses are full-time programs which have the duration of three years. Following are the key points for admission to Hindu College:

  • Candidates should fill in the Common Pre-Admission Form available on the official website of DU.
  • The minimum eligibility for the undergraduate programs is 10+2 or HSC.
  • Candidates will be selected on the basis of cutoff prepared by DU for Hindu College.
  • Hindu College follows the reservation criteria of the Delhi University.
Name of the College Hindu College, Delhi
Name of the University Delhi University
University Type Central
Basic Admission Criteria Merit
Last Date to Apply June 2019 (Tentative)
Application Mode Online
Notification of Admission List June 2019
Scholarship Yes

Hindu College Admission Schedule 2019

Events Dates
Online registration May 15 to June 06, 2019
First Cut off June 19, 2019
Last Cut off July 12, 2019

Hindu College BA, B. Com & B.Sc. Admission 2019

Hindu College provides B.Sc. program in six specializations, B.A. program in eight specializations and a B. Com (Hons) program. The minimum educational qualification for the programs is 10+2 or HSC in the relevant stream from a recognized board.

For admission to the undergraduate programs in Hindu College, candidates must have scored above the cut-off percentage in the qualifying examination. Candidates falling in the merit list should report to the college for admission. They must fill in the college admission form and University enrolment form. Candidates may also have to submit the necessary academic documents and the proofs of claim to secure admission under reserved quota.

Course name Specializations Minimum eligibility Selection criteria
B.Sc. Botany (Hons) 10+2 / HSC from a recognized institute Merit in the qualifying examination
Zoology (Hons)
Chemistry (Hons)
Physics (Hons)
Mathematics (Hons)
Statistics
B.A. Economics (Hons)
English (Hons)
Hindi (Hons)
History (Hons)
Political Science (Hons)
Philosophy (Hons)
Sociology
Sanskrit
B. Com (Hons)

To apply for the programs, candidates should fill in the common pre-admission form available from the Delhi University. The application form can be filled through online as well as offline mode.

  • Candidates should complete their 10+2 in the relevant stream to be considered eligible.
  • The cutoff percentage for the program is determined either by the university or the college.
  • For SC/ST candidates, there is a 5% relaxation in the minimum required eligibility.
  • Hindu College follows the reservation criteria of DU for all its programs.

Hindu College MA, M.Sc. and M.Com. Admission 2019

Hindu College offers postgraduate courses as approved by Delhi University. There are six specializations in M.Sc. and eight specializations in M.A. Admission to the PG courses are done on the basis of both merit and entrance. Half of the seats will be filled through merit and the other half on the basis of marks obtained in the entrance examination. The basic eligibility criteria for the programs are Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in the relevant field.

DU offers entrance-based admission for candidates from outside the university. The entrance test will be conducted by the university at various centers across the country in the month of June. Candidates can visit the official website of DU for more information. The merit-based admission offered by the University is for candidates of Delhi University only. Such candidates will be selected on the basis of their scores in the qualifying examination.

Course name Specializations Minimum eligibility Selection criteria
M.Sc. Botany B.Sc. (Hons) / B.Sc. Degree / Equivalent in the relevant field with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate Merit in the qualifying exam/Entrance based
Zoology
Chemistry
Physics
Mathematics
Statistics
M.A. Economics B.A. (Hons) / B.A. degree in the relevant field with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate
English
Hindi
History
Political Science
Philosophy
Sociology
Sanskrit
M.Com For entrance category – B. Com (Hons) / B.A. Economics (Hons) with 50% marks (OBC – 45% marks) B. Com (Pass) / B. Com degree with 55% marks (OBC- 50% marks) BBA / BIFA / BBE / BBS with 60% marks (OBC – 54% marks) For Merit category –  B. Com (Hons) with at least 65% marks (OBC – 58.5% marks) B. Com (Pass) / B. Com degree with 70% marks (OBC – 63% marks)

Candidates have to apply for PG programs only through online mode. Candidates must register on the Delhi University online portal and pay the required amount of INR 500/- during registration (INR 250/- for SC/ST/PWD).

  • Candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree in the relevant field with the required minimum marks.
  • For most courses, SC/ST candidates have a relaxation of 5% marks in the minimum eligibility.
  • For M.Sc. and M.A. courses, the seats are almost equally divided between merit and entrance based criteria.
  • For M. Com, there are different eligibility criteria for the merit-based and entrance-based categories.
  • SC/ST candidates applying for M.Com should just have passing marks to apply for the program.

Hindu College Application Process 2019

The application process for Hindu College is online and can be done through Delhi University’s online admission form. There is separate application portals for UG & PG courses. Candidates can apply to the desired course by visiting the official website. Following documents of the candidates are required to be uploaded along with the duly filled-in application form:

  • Self-attested HSC (10+2) marksheet
  • Self-attested passing certificate of SSC (10th)
  • Scanned photograph and signature

Hindu College Scholarship

Hindu College provides 23 scholarships to the students on the basis of their academic performance. Apart from the scholarships, the college provides fee concessions to deserving students based on their performance in their academics. Hindu College follows the reservation policies of the Delhi University. Reservation is made on the basis of Category (SC/ST/OBC/ PWD), Sports quota, Armed Forces, Foreign Students, etc.

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