Job Placement opportunities are available to the commerce students through Central Placement cell of University of Delhi as well as by the college.
All students pursuing their Honours degree, barring students of English Honours.
It is compulsory for all students under CBCS (B.A. Honours, B.Com. Programme and B.A. Programme)
No, once you’re admitted in a particular subject, you can change your subject only before the last date of admission provided seats are available and you meet the requisite cut off.
Yes, students from both mathematical as well as non-mathematical streams cope well with logic subject.
The forms of M.A. (Philosophy) are generally out in various universities including Delhi University in the month of April to May. In some of the Universities like JNU the forms are out by month of February also. You have to keep tab over the websites of universities. You can apply for MA (Philosophy) in final semester of your graduation. Both B.A. (Hons) and B.A. (Prog) Philosophy and other courses students can apply.
If a Student from B.A. (Hons) Philosophy scores 60% or above, he/she may get direct admission in M.A. (Philosophy) in Delhi University whereas students of other courses need to appear for entrance test.
A student pursuing studies in political science can choose a career according to his/her choice. After completing bachelors/masters program in political science, several opportunities are available in both government and private sectors. Politics, public administration, law, and marketing fields are always in need of good political scientists. Political scientists even can opt for campaign management, polling and electoral politics, and university and college teaching. The career prospects in political science have widened enough in the voluntary organization sectors, such as NGOs. The international voluntary organizations, like UNO, have huge scopes for proficient political scientists across the world. Besides, they can join media houses as political journalists and political researchers/analysts. What’s more, they can become members of Parliament or State Legislative Assemblies, or serve various political parties as party president, party member, or activist.
With the permission of Teacher in Charge, students can change their section or medium of instruction of B.A. (Hons) Political Science and for B.A. (Prog), students have to take permission from the convener of B.A.(Prog).
Relaxation of 10% is given to students during admission. After receiving this relaxation they have to study Punjabi as a subject during their graduation. The papers to be studied will be allotted at the time of admission. If a student is admitted on Punjabi relaxation base they cannot change their Punjabi subject at any point of time during their graduation. If they do so, their admission will be cancelled. Student need to fill an undertaking at the time of admission for the same.
· Smt. Jaswant Kaur Grover Memorial Award for scoring Highest Marks in Punjabi A.
· Sh. Kartar Singh Memorial Award for scoring Highest Marks in Punjabi B.
· Award for Best Article in college magazine in Punjabi Section.
Yes, it is known as ‘Punjabi Literary and Cultural Society’ which organize various Inter class events such as: Extempore, Poetry recitation competition, Poster making Competition during each academic year. Prizes to the winners are also given. Punjabi Folk dance is performed by the students of Punjabi department during the Annual Prize Distribution Function of the college every year.
· After studying Punjabi as main papers students can go for : MA in Punjabi & B.Ed. (Punjabi as one of their teaching subject)
· You can also appear in Civil services choosing Punjabi as one of the subject. (For Detail information please check http://www.upsc.gov.in/)
· You can also go for placement in Media & Journalism as :
· Translator & Interpreter in various Embassies, government agencies and private sector.
· Creative Writer
· Dance Choreographer (Specially for Punjabi Songs)
· Punjabi Singer
· If you are tech savvy then you can also go for software making fields which require Punjabi language experts.
· A student can choose a career according to her choice. If she want to become a lecturer in Punjabi she has to peruse MA (Duration : 2 years) then go for NET (National Eligibility Test) Exam, details can be checked from http://cbsenet.nic.in/ (please keep update of agency conducting the NET exam, earlier it was conducted by UGC). They can further go for higher studies as M.Phil & Ph.D in Punjabi (Duration : as per university norms)
· If a student wishes to become a school teacher then, they have to go for B.Ed. (Duration: 2 years). For the admission in Delhi University B.Ed. course please check http://cie.du.ac.in/. After this you have to clear a teacher eligibility test known as CTET (Central Teacher Eligibility Test) (Check details from- http://ctet.nic.in/). It is compulsory test (once cleared it is valid for 7 years) for a candidate who wants to appear in DSSSB exam conducted by Govt. of NCT of Delhi as and when required.
A Student have to study at least two papers of Punjabi in BA (Prog.) and then have to appear in entrance test conducted by Punjabi Department, Faculty of Arts, Delhi University. For further details please check :
Sanskrit subject whether in Honours, Discipline, language, MIL or Generic, is taught in both mediums--Hindi as well as English.
B.A. (Hons.) Sanskrit is a degree course like any other Hons. Courses. Sanskrit Course has same opportunities like other Humanities courses have. Following are some career options:
1. (i) Teaching.....B.A. (Sanskrit) or M.A. (Sanskrit) + B.Ed.....Teaching at school level. Sanskrit institutions exclusively run B.Ed programme.
(ii) Research....M.A (Sanskrit) + NET.....Teaching at college/ university level.
2. Bureaucrat.....Graduation (Sanskrit).....The success rate of candidates taking Sanskrit in civil services examination is quite high. In last years, the success rate of candidates of Sanskrit was around 13 percent in UPSC.
3. Religious Instructor in Indian Army......M.A. (Sanskrit).....This is a post of lieutenant rank.
4. Hindi Officer in Bank.....M.A (Sanskrit) + Hindi/English at graduation level....This is a post of P.O. and candidates have to compete only with the people of languages.
5. Hindi Translator......M.A. (Sanskrit) + English/Hindi at graduation level + some course on translation.....In various government and non government departments, numerous posts are advertised every year.
6. Editor/ Curator.......M.A. (Sanskrit) and/or Ph.D. + some specialized training in manuscriptology/archaeology/museology........In various libraries, museums and archives, Sanskritists are in demand for editing and preserving priceless manuscripts.
7. Deputy Education Advisor (DEO)/ Joint Education Advisor (JEO)/ Education Officer (EO)/ Additional Education Officer (AEO).......Decent knowledge of Sanskrit.......There is a special cell in the Department of Education, Ministry of HRD for promotion of Sanskrit and Financial assistance is provided for various programmes. These posts are there in the cell where Sanskritists are recruited.
8. Media- News Reader, Editor, columnist etc.........B.A. (Sanskrit) and/or M.A. (Sanskrit).....Sanskritists are in demand in media (especially Hindi & Sanskrit)
Thus, there are varied opportunities for sanskrit students who understand the problems of another field and are willing to use their skills in modeling and analyzing them through ancient wisdom laying in the vast literature of Sanskrit.
Bachelor of Business Economics (BBE) programme has bright future prospects as you can go for further studies, that is, MBE, or MBA or MA Economics or M.com from Delhi School of Economics or you can also choose to go for placements in Banking, Insurance and Managerial fields.Job prospects after BBE are also very bright. Studying BA (Hons) business economics may fetch lucrative jobs in areas of market research, equity research, banking, consultancy, insurance and advertising among others as one can get into Government sectors of the Labor, Employment, and Research Department or private Finance and Investment firms which have a huge business these days.
This six-semester programme includes an in-depth study of economics, econometrics besides seven other specializations such as finance, marketing, quantitative techniques, international business, services (both financial and non-financial), entrepreneurship and computers.For full details on the syllabus under the CBCS, kindly visit http://du.ac.in/du/uploads/Syllabus_2015/B.A.%20Hons.%20Business%20Economics.pdf
Like any other Honours course, it is a three years full time course.
At the time of admission, if a candidate opts for MIL (Sanskrit) as a subject, an advantage of up to 10% may be given in 'Best Four' in those colleges where MIL (Sanskrit) is offered as a subject in B.A. (Prog.) DSC. (University Bulletin, P.No. 48)
On merit base, there are many scholarships which are offered by Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan, Delhi Sanskrit Academy, Delhi Government bodies to sanskrit-students of B.A. (Hons.) or B.A. (Prog.) DSC.
Students of Sanskrit (Hons.) can study other subjects along with Sanskrit through Generic, AECC courses in CBCS system.
Sanskrit Department has 'Sanskrit Literary Society' which organizes various Inter Class and Inter College Competitions such as 'Recitation', 'Paper Reading', 'Vedmantrauccharan', 'Smritishloklekhan' etc. during each academic year. Besides it, Sanskrit Department organizes Seminars, Conferences, Nukkad Natak etc. events which are useful for students of Sanskrit.