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List of Colleges in Delhi University

Delhi University (DU) is a public central university located in Delhi, India. It was started in 1922 by an Act of the then Central Legislative Assembly. The Vice-President of India is the Chancellor and the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of India is the Pro-Chancellor of the University.

 

 

Establishment Year: 1922
Location: Delhi
Website:  www.du.ac.in

The University of Delhi

List of colleges affiliated with the University of Delhi. University includes a total of 88 colleges spread over Delhi with two major campuses are North Campus and South Campus.

  1. Acharya Narendra Dev
  2. Aditi Mahavidyalaya
  3. Atma Ram Sanatan Dharam
  4. Ayurvedic & Unani Tibbia College
  5. Bhagini Nivedita College (BNC)
  6. Bharati College
  7. Bhaskaracharya College of Applied Sciences
  8. Bhim Rao Ambedkar College
  9. College of Arts
  10. College of Vocational Studies
  11. Daulat Ram College
  12. Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College
  13. Delhi College of Arts & Commerce
  14. Delhi College of Engineering
  15. Delhi Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences & Research
  16. Deshbandhu College
  17. Dyal Singh College
  18. Dyal Singh College (Evening)
  19. Gargi College (W)
  20. Hans Raj College
  21. Hindu College
  22. Indira Gandhi Institute of Physical Education & Sports Sciences
  23. Indraprastha College for Women
  24. Institute of Home Economics
  25. Janki Devi Memorial College
  26. Jesus & Mary College
  27. Kalindi College
  28. Kamala Nehru College
  29. Keshav Mahavidyalaya
  30. Kirori Mal College
  31. Lady Hardinge Medical College
  32. Lady Irwin College
  33. Lady Shri Ram College for Women
  34. Lakshmibai College
  35. Maharaja Agrasen College
  36. Maharshi Valmiki College of Education
  37. Maitreyi College
  38. Mata Sundri College for Women
  39. Maulana Azad Medical College
  40. Miranda House
  41. Motilal Nehru College
  42. Motilal Nehru College (Evening)
  43. Nehru Homoeopathic Medical College & Hospital
  44. Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology
  45. P.G.D.A.V. College
  46. P.G.D.A.V. College (Evening)
  47. Rajdhani College
  48. Rajkumari Amrit Kaur College of Nursing
  49. Ram Lal Anand College
  50. Ram Lal Anand College (Evening)
  51. Ramanujan College
  52. Ramjas College
  53. Satyawati College
  54. Satyawati College (Evening)
  55. School of Open Learning
  56. School of Open Learning
  57. School of Open Learning
  58. Shaheed Rajguru College of Applied Sciences for Women
  59. Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies
  60. Shivaji College
  61. Shri Ram College of Commerce
  62. Shyam Lal College
  63. Shyam Lal College (Evening)
  64. Shyama Prasad Mukherji College for Women
  65. Sri Aurobindo College
  66. Sri Aurobindo College (Evening)
  67. Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce
  68. Sri Guru Nanak Dev Khalsa College
  69. Sri Guru Teg Bahadur Khalsa College
  70. Sri Venkateswara College
  71. St. Stephen’s College
  72. Swami Shraddhanand College
  73. University College of Medical Sciences & Guru Teg Bahadur Hospital
  74. Vallabhbhai Patel Chest Institute
  75. Vivekananda College
  76. Zakir Husain Delhi College
  77. Zakir Husain Post Graduate Evening College

Acharya Narendra Dev

Established 1991
Principal Dr. Savithri Singh
Location Govind Puri,Kalkaji, New Delhi-110019.
Campus Urban
Tel: 26294542, 26293224, 26412547
Fax: 26294540
Email principal@andc.du.ac.in
Website: andcollege.du.ac.in

Aditi Mahavidyalaya

Established 1994
Principal Dr Kalpana Bhrara
Location Delhi Auchandi Road, Bawana, Delhi-110039.
Campus Urban
Tel: 26294542, 26293224, 26412547
Email info@amv94.org
Website: www.amv94.org

Atma Ram Sanatan Dharam

Established 1959
Principal Dr. Gyantosh Kumar Jha
Location Dhaula Kuan Enclave I, Dhaula Kuan, New Delhi, Delhi 110010
Campus Urban
Tel: 011-24113436, 24117508
Fax 24111390
Email principal.arsdcolle
Website: www.arsdcollege.net

Ayurvedic & Unani Tibbia College

Established 1921
Principal Dr. Ahmed Yasin
Location Ajmal Khan Road, Karol Bagh, New Delhi-110 005
Campus Urban
Tel: 23524180
Fax 23615647
Email: yousufjamal289@gmail.com
Website: www.du.ac.in

Bhagini Nivedita College (BNC)

Established 1993
Principal Dr. (Mrs.) Purabi Saikia
Location Kair (Near Najafgarh), New Delhi-110043
Campus Urban
Tel: 28017485
Fax 28018326
Email: bnc.kair@gmail.com
Website: www.bhagininiveditacollege.in

Bharati College

Principal Dr. (Mrs.) Promodini Varma (Principal)
Location C-4, Vidya Marg, Janakpuri, New Delhi, Delhi 110058
Campus Urban
Tel: 011 4327 3000
Fax 43273040, 43273060
Email: principalbc@gmail.com
Website: www.bharaticollege.com

Bhaskaracharya College of Applied Sciences

Established 1995
Principal Dr. Manoj K. Khanna (Acting Principal)
Location Sector 2, Phase-I, Dwarka, New Delhi-110075
Campus Urban
Tel: 25087597
Fax 25087597
Email: bhaskaracharya.college@gmail.com
Website: bcas.du.ac.in

Bhim Rao Ambedkar College

Established 1991
Principal Mr. G.K. Arora
Location Main Wazirabad Road,Near Yamuna Vihar,Delhi-110094
Campus Urban
Tel: 22814126
Fax 22814747
Email: info@brambedkarcollege.org
Website: www.brambedkarcollege.org

College of Art

Established 1942
Principal Prof. M. Vijaymohan (Principal)
Location Delhi Administration, 20-22,Tilak Marg, New DeIhi- 110 001
Campus Urban
Tel: 23383612,23387571
Fax 23386337
Email: proca.delhi@nic.in
Website: www.colart.delhigovt.nic.in

College of Vocational Studies

Established 1972
Principal Dr. Inder Jeet Dagar (Principal)
Location Triveni, Sheikh Sarai-II, New Delhi-110017
Campus Urban
Tel: 29258544, 29258792
Fax 29256117
Email: du.cvs.principal@gmail.com
Website: http://www.cvsdu.com

Daulat Ram College

Established 1960
Principal Dr. Daya Aggarwal
Location 4, Patel Marg,Maurice Nagar Delhi-110007
Campus Urban
Tel: 27667863, 27667650
Fax 27666990
Email: daulatramcollegedu@gmail.com
Website: dr.du.ac.in

Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College

Established 1964
Principal Dr. S.K Garg
Location Shivaji Marg, Karampura, New Delhi-110015.
Campus Urban
Tel: 25458173
Fax 25173400
Email: principaldducollege@gmail.com
Website: dducollege.du.ac.in

Delhi College of Arts & Commerce

Established 1987
Principal Dr. Rajiv Chopra (OSD) (Principal)
Location Netaji Nagar,New Delhi-110023
Campus Urban
Tel: 24109821, 26116333
Fax 26882923
Email: principaldcac@gmail.com
Website: dcac.du.ac.in/

Delhi College of Engineering

Location Shahbad Daulatpur,Main Bawana Road, Delhi-110042.
Campus Urban
Tel: 27871018
Fax 27871023
Email: mail@dce.edu
Website: www.dce.edu

Delhi Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences & Research

Established 1964
Principal Prof B P Srinivasn
Location Mehrauli – Badarpur Rd, Sector 3, Pushp Vihar, New Delhi – 110 017
Campus Urban
Tel: 29554327, 29554949
Fax 29554503
Website: www.dipsar.in

Deshbandhu College

Established 1952
Principal Dr.Ajay Kumar Arora
Location Kalkaji, New Delhi, Delhi 110019
Campus Urban
Tel: 26439565
Fax 26449396
Email: dbcollege.du@gmail.com
Website: www.deshbandhucollege.ac.in

Dyal Singh College

Established 1959
Principal Dr. I.S. Bakshi
Location Dyal Singh College, Lodhi Road, New Delhi
Campus Urban
Tel: 24367819,24365948
Fax 24365606
Email: go2dyalsingh@yahoo.com
Website: dsc.du.ac.in

Dyal Singh College (Evening)

Established 1958
Principal Dr. Suman Sharma (O.S.D)
Location Lodhi Road, New Delhi-110003
Campus Urban
Tel: 24367658
Fax 24369983
Email: deepakmalhotra@dsec.in
Website: www.dsec.in

Gargi College

Established 1967
Principal Dr. (Mrs) Shashi Tyagi
Location Siri Fort Road, New Delhi – 110049
Campus Urban
Tel: 26494544
Fax 26494215, 26491490
Email: gargicollege7@gmail.com
Website: www.gargicollege.in

Hans Raj College

Established 1948
Principal Dr. V.K. Kawatra
Location Mahatma Hans Raj Marg, Malka Ganj, Delhi – 110007
Campus Urban
Tel: 27667458, 27667747, 27667458
Fax 27666338
Email: principal_hrc@yahoo.com
Website: www.hansrajcollege.co.in

Hindu College

Established 1899
Principal Dr. Pradumn Kumar
Location Hindu College, University of Delhi, Delhi-110007
Campus Urban
Tel: 27667184, 27666718
Fax 27667284
Email: hinducol@del3.vsnl.net.in
Website: www.hinducollege.org

Effect of Globalization on MBA Programs

Globalization when knocked India in the year 1991, it changed the outlook straight from industries to clothes. The one sector which has witnessed a reform in the country is the Education sector, in which Post Graduate courses has seen maximum twists. Pre 1991, having an MBA degree did not existed much in India and in the present time, MBA has become a necessity more than a luxury.  Globalization in courses like MBA has become a blessing in disguise, while the traditional teaching style can no longer be found; various new courses have taken place in the MBA programs list. Here we are going to look at few of such courses which are new and have become significant.
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MBA sector has continuously seen changes in terms of course, specializations etc. in order to be globally accepted, MBA programs offered in India in the top colleges offering a professional degree have to be aligned with those provided internationally. Some pros of globally acclaimed courses being taught in India are mentioned below:

Benefits of Globalization Induced MBA Programs

There is a hand few of courses which have been recently introduced in Indian education sector. The benefits of these courses are explained in much detail below:

MBA Programs

  1. Enhanced Job Opportunities

The job horizon has increased since the onset of new courses, various sectors like Healthcare; Agriculture etc. have started demanding MBA professionals to make corporate operations easier and effective.

  1. New Sectors

Sectors like retail etc. have found an independent place in Indian economy. Sectors like retail, supply chain etc. were always seen as back end. However, they have taken centre stage after reputed MBA offering post graduate courses like MBA programs in Retail management. These sectors are known to be getting eyeballs from aspirants.

  1. Real Time

MBA in India has become more real times, with good MBA colleges adapting methods like the MOOC to make learning more up to date, while giving more opportunities to networking and increasing connectivity.

  1. Globally ready Students

With Globalization, MBA programs in India have become equal to MBA programs offered in USA or UK or any other country. This phenomenon makes MBA graduates job ready to work in any country.

A Few such MBA Programs

Although there are a large number of newly launch MBA courses in Indian curriculum, that breaks the regular Finance, Marketing and HR course circle and which makes sure that every MBA graduate of a well reputed college is ready to be employed in any country of their wish with the help of the one MBA degree. Some of the MBA courses which have been witnessing demand since a long time are:

  • Health Care Management

It makes you ready for roles like medical practice managers, hospital administrators etc. on being graduates from this course; you can expect to work in any hospitality sector line as you see fit.

  • Agriculture Business Management

It is a new post graduate course, which prepares students to manage companies that deals with marketing, process or merchandising of Agri products to various customers.

  • Rural Management

This course benefits cannot be directly attributed to Globalization, however it has been reforming the rural segment because of the growths that are linked with the growth of rural sector. It makes young professionals ready for managing marketing in the backward areas of the country.

  • International Management

This program prepares students to face the competition on the global front and make a stand for India in the world.

Colleges offering new MBA Programs

There are a variety of good MBA colleges in India that expertise in providing some unconventional post graduate courses. The MBA programs offered by these colleges witness a large number of student enrollment every year. Some of the top colleges are listed below.

  • International Management Institute – For MBA in IM
  • NMIMS School of Business Management – For MBA in Hospital Management
  • Institute of Rural Management – For MBA in Rural Management
  • Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad, Lucknow – For MBA in Agriculture Management

Globalization has done more good than harm at least when the Education Sector is concerned. It’s time for you to leave the conventional path too.

Tripti RaiTripti Rai writes on the behalf of shiksha.com, she advises students on right career choices, exam advices, educational institutions etc. Along with education, she also likes to talk about real estate whenever she gets a chance.

Effect of social media behavior on job opportunities

Social networking portals have taken centre stage in everybody’s lives.

The positive and negative aspects of social media can forever be debated upon.

Every individual should be careful about what they update or post online.

Increasing popularity of social networking websites

Almost all people today are either on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, or Google+. Facebook, which has more than 900 million active users, is the most widespread social media website. Although most people use these portals to share their life with others, many organisations have recently started accessing these websites for recruitments and job search.

Candidates access these websites to gain information about latest job openings, whereas recruiters look them up to gather more cohesive information about the applicants. Companies have started their own pages on these portals, which is a very effective, fast, and low-cost marketing and advertising strategy.

According to a study conducted in 2011, almost 91% of recruiters employ these portals when hiring and screening new applicants.

Also, 13% companies rejected an applicant because they lied about their qualifications,about 11% rejected a candidate due to inappropriate posting of comments, 11% were rejected for posting inappropriate photos, while another 11% were rejected for bad-mouthing a previous employer online.

19% were rejected for posting pictures and comments about them drinking and doing drugs. Hence we can see that social media can either make or break your chances of landing a lucrative job offer.

Positive Impact

Since these websites give a glimpse of what the applicants are like outside of their resumes and cover letters, recruiters have become increasingly interested in making this a default requirement for the hiring process.

Job seekers can filter companies of their interest and interact directly with the current employees via email, messaging, or chatting. They can contact the previous employees, through company pages, and learn about their experience.

Among other things, hearing about job opportunities immediately also becomes easy. Instant notifications about vacancies update an applicant on a daily basis. This is the reason why almost all job seekers are actively involved with social media.

Consistency in information on all the social networking websites will validate and authenticate your profile, and hence your capability.

Use these portals to build your image. Candidates must focus on creating intelligent profiles, which reflect their skills and accomplishments in the best possible manner.

Making positive suggestions to queries posted by people, sharing interesting articles, and participating in constructive blogging will make your profile shine. Online discussion forums like Quora are very popular where like-minded individuals come together to discuss topics on varying degrees of importance and seriousness.

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Negative Impact

Despite all the positives, there is a negative impact of social media on job opportunities as well. Initially, all the social networking portals were devised to share and upload pictures and posts of your day-to-day activities. However, doing so with abandon now, can hurt your job possibilities in a major way.

Companies carry out a virtual background check to wheedle out any skeletons in a candidate’s closet. The rationale behind it is, that inappropriate pictures and comments reflect on a persons’ personality, which in turn can affect the productivity of an organisation.

An untoward projection of attributes can put a damper on one’s image and hence, their chance to land a profitable job.

Surprisingly, companies often check an applicants’ post to glean the level of their communication skills. We can now effectively say that even though having a profile on social networks is a necessary tool, it could also sometimes be dangerous and hurt our job opportunities.

It is therefore very important to clean-up your profile when applying for any job position. The first step in this direction is to delete any inappropriate pictures or comments. A fun-filled night of debauchery was memorable in college. It is sure to keep to unemployed for a long time if made public to prospective employers.

Customize your privacy settings so only your friends and close acquaintances can view your profile. However, do not hide everything. Keep information of value, the kind which embellishes your image, public.

Refrain from using SMS lingo when corresponding online. Make it a general habit, so you don’t slip when it’s most important to write well.

Make profiles on Linkedin and Twitter, positively, and use them! Generating connections via these portals will improve your chance of being seen as an active player by a company. Staying silent or invisible most of the time will never help at all. Do not leave the profiles dormant, and update them constructively on a daily basis.

Un-tag images wherever possible. A large number of unsuitable images on a person’s profile are the tagged ones. Remember; be careful, vigilant, and intelligent when networking online.

Conclusion

Awareness about digital footprints is important and smart display of virtual information a mandate. The presence of social media is nothing but an extension of ones’ resume. Do not wait till after the interview to improve your profiles. Do the needful right now.

Tina Jindal

Tina Jindal is a professional content writer who works on a variety of topics like employment, real estate, and education. She has been involved with renowned publications and has tried her hand at editing works on Cookery, Gardening, Pregnancy, and Healthcare. She loves to travel and is crazy about dogs.

Reputed institutes for post graduate management education in India

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Many students plan to pursue a postgraduate management education course every year. One important thing to know before joining a college is which is the right MBA college for you? Several factors are important at the time of choosing a management institute in India. The following post is a complete guide for you.

MBA is a postgraduate degree conferred to students who are proficient in business studies. Since MBA colleges in India are increasing in all parts of the country, it is significant to gather knowledge regarding reputed colleges in India. There is always a great demand for MBAs in different organizations for job roles such as executives, managers, and senior manager. A management course not only provides various career avenues, but also offers job prospects across the globe. There is no dearth of top ranking B-Schools in India. The renowned cities, which house famous MBA institutes, include Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, and Pune.

Institutes in Bangalore

Bangalore, the capital city of Karnataka is a reputed educational center in India. With aerospace industries and booming IT centers in the city, the demand in respect of well-qualified managers is increasing. Hence, to deliver talented future managers suitable to lead in the corporate arena, the MBA institutes in Bangalore offer quality education. To name some of the well-known colleges in Bangalore, these include MS Ramaiah Institute of Management, Christ College, and IIM Bangalore.

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Institutes for management education in Mumbai

Mumbai is known as the prime business center of India and many students come to the city of dream to gain business education. Students from various parts of India come to study in the top MBA colleges in Mumbai. Some reputed B-Schools such as Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies, S P Jain Institute of Management, Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management, and ITM Business School are located in the city.

Reputed institutes for business studies in Delhi

Delhi, the capital city of India, is always known as the education hub of India. Institutes in Delhi for MBA courses include state-of-the-art infrastructure, renowned faculty, excellent placement record, and industry exposure. Several reputed colleges in Delhi city provide both full-time and part-time MBA courses. Some of the prestigious B-schools in the city include Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, Faculty of Management Studies, and Lal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management.

Well known institutes in Pune

Pune is one of the most preferred locations for aspiring MBA students. Also called as the “Oxford of East Asia”, Pune has numbers of renowned colleges that offer education in engineering, management, and hotel management. Owing to the existence of renowned B-Schools such as SIBM or Symbiosis Institute of Business Management, obtaining an MBA degree from Pune colleges offers an additional boost for your career. Few other famous B-Schools in the city include ISBM or International Institute of Business and Media, PUMBA or Pune University, and SCMHRD or Symbiosis Centre for Management and Human Resource Development.

Institutes in Hyderabad

There is no Indian Institute of Management in Hyderabad city, however, the quality of education provided by MBA colleges in Hyderabad are comparable to any of the best ranking management colleges in other cities. Indian Institute of Business, Institute of Public Enterprises, Institute of Management Technology, and School of Management Studies are some of the renowned colleges in the city.

In India, admission to the IIMs and other top ranking B-Schools is offered based on entrance exams like CAT or Combined Admission Test, GMAT or Graduate Management Admission Test, and MAT. Several other institutes such as XLRI conduct their own exam for student intake.

Every aspiring MBA prefers to study at one of the Indian Institute of Management (IIMs) in India. IIMs are located at different cities such as Ahmedabad, Lucknow, Indore, Calcutta, Bangalore and many more.

Whether you choose to study at IIMs or any other top ranking B-school, it is vital to take the final decision after considering important factors such as fees, location, course, placement, and faculty.

Teaching Essentials that should be mandatory at business schools

In order to be successful in the business world you need to be highly skilled and knowledgeable about many things. Many people assume undertaking a course at a business school will guarantee this, but that’s not always the case. There are some essential skills that should be mandatory in these courses, and you’ll want to check the one you’re interested in covers them. We’ve picked out five key areas to watch out for.

International Business

No longer can you only focus on the one country – globalisation means you need to understand about other countries and how they operate. Any good business course should cover how international business law works – at least at a very minimal level! If possible, you should be looking at case studies from around the world, as well as in a variety of industries.

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Another important thing to look for is whether they teach about cultural norms and standards. Whilst not quite as essential as the legal side of things, it’s an incredibly useful aspect if you want to work abroad or with a company with many clients outside your home country. You may find some business schools offer additional, extra-curricular courses in these areas, and they’re definitely worth taking.

Public Speaking Skills

Many people assume that in order to be good at public speaking, you just need to have confidence and be good at communication. However, there’s a lot more to it than that. Many schools will offer workshops and modules in communication – both as a leader or within a team, but you want to look out for one that specifically includes public speaking.

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Image: speaker with a lot of microphones

Public speaking courses should cover giving presentations, and how to avoid giving power-points that look fresh out of high school classes, as well as tips for engaging with a full room of people you may not know. They should also look at how you speak – what rhetorical devices work best, and what styles of speech to avoid. By taking a course in this, you’ll become a speaker people want to listen to – making your work easier.

Networking

Networking is a vital skill in many industries, but none more so than business. If you’ve ever heard the phrase ‘it’s not what you know, it’s who you know’, this is where that matters. It’s perfectly possible to a get a great job and work with interesting, well-paying clients without having contacts, but it’s so much easier to do with them. Having a healthy amount of contacts will mean you have access to inside information, an easier way to organise meetings and the chance to attend events you otherwise might not even have heard of!

Any good business course should cover the essentials of networking – from business cards to how to meet new people – and they also act as a way of networking themselves. Make sure wherever you go, this is covered.

IT Competency

Surprisingly neglected by many courses, IT competency is one of the skills that will let you progress incredibly fast. You may find that many schools either assume that the students will already have a good knowledge of computers, or that they don’t cover the most important aspects. You’ll be surprised at how far a strong knowledge of excel and databases will get you, as many companies are still getting to grips with how fast modern technology accelerates.

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Image: John Watson/flickr

If you’re going to choose one of these five essentials to teach yourself, this is the easiest one to do. The internet is filled with information on software basics, and since it’s not a skill that requires other people’s involvement, it’s easy to learn in your own time.

Negotiating

No matter what area you go into, you will end up needing to negotiate. Whether it’s with clients, project managers or HR, it’s a skill you will end up using. Make sure it’s something covered by your business school – ideally, they should run a whole module or extra-curricular focused on negotiation training. Not only should it teach you about the actual act of negotiation itself, but also about what you need to prepare in advance, how to research, and how to present yourself.

If you really need some practice in this area, look online – many companies offer courses in negotiation training, and they’re well worth the time.