Hindu College Delhi is one of 91 colleges under Delhi University. Read this post to explore Hindu College Delhi regarding its admission for the session 2022-2023, courses offered, seats offered in each course, facilities, cut-off, fee structure, helpline number, address, email etc. Students can share their concern through the comment box below.
Courses Offered by Hindu College Delhi
Here is the list of courses offered by Hindu College Delhi:
Facilities Offered by Hindu College Delhi
Here are the facilities offered by Hindu College Delhi. The college is among the 91 colleges under Delhi University.
- Auditorium with 3362 Sq. Ft. area with seating capacity for 900 individual
- State Bank of India branch
- Botanical Garden
- Counselling Cell
- Food Court
- Girls’ Common Room
- Air-conditioned Gymnasium
- Health Centre
- A well furnished hostel with 119 rooms
- Photocopying Service
- Parking Facility
- Seminar Room
- Sports Facilities- Cricket, Football, Basket Ball, Volley Ball, Sports Complex
- Stationery Shop
Hindu College Delhi Admission 2022
You need to check the cut-off at the official website of Delhi University. Further, you need to login to your dashboard and select the course as per your eligibility. Further, the college will review your application and if everything is correct and in order then they approve your admission. Once your admission is approved then the same would be reflected in your dashboard. Further, you need to pay the fee. Your admissions would be considered approved only after the payment of fee. Please check all admission related details at college official website.
Hindu College Delhi Fee Structure
Sorry we are not able to retrieve the fee structure of various courses offered by Hansraj College Delhi from its official website- https://www.hansrajcollege.ac.in/. Students are requested to contact the college directly to know course-wise fee structure. You can visit the college campus or call on their contact number regarding the same.
Hindu College Delhi HelpDesk
Sudhir Bose Marg, Hindu College, University Enclave, Delhi, 110007
About Hindu College Delhi
Late Shri Krishna Dassji Gurwale founds the College in the historic Kinari Bazar (Chandni Chowk), with prominent Delhi citizens as trustees. A boarding house serves as student residence since 1899. In 1908 the College shifts to a building donated by Rai Bahadur Sultan Singh in Kashmiri Gate, and a Hostel is added.
From inception, the College is deeply connected to the national movement for independence: some Governing Body members and trustees are directly involved in the Swadeshi and Boycott movements. Board member Master Ameer Chand, associated with Lala Hardyal and Ras Behari Bose, is hanged by the colonial government in 1915.