Zakir Husain Delhi College, Delhi

The Zakir Husain Delhi College (ZHDE) is among the oldest educational institutions in the Northern part of India. The ZHDE was instituted during the year 1792 and is one of the premier institutes imparting education for more than 300 years. The College was set up in the 17th century as a Madrassa by the founder Ghaziuddin Khan; he was the principal Deccan Commander of Mughal King Aurangzeb. The ZHDE bears affiliation with the University of Delhi (DU) and is the only college in DU to conduct BA (Hons) courses in Arabic and Persian. The ZHDE is traceable to Jawaharlal Marg in New Delhi. And the official website of ZHDE is

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