HansRaj has got everything a college needs to qualify as a great college. Our societies whether ECA or non-ECA are extremely active and are achieving milestones in their area of activity. Our faculty for economics consists of some of the most renowned academicians in the entire DU circuit. From our annual fest Convergence to society fests like Finance Platter and Inceptum, it's a common sight to see a huge footfall of students from other DU colleges throughout the year. Our college, with a GPA of 3.62, has been ranked second in DU and third all over India according to the latest NAAC gradings. Our seniors are very interactive and engaging. HansRaj has got an amazing vibe to it and there's always a buzz for some opportunity.
By Manav Sehgal for Hans Raj College, University of Delhi
My college is a one of the prestigious institutions in India. I am feeling proud to study in this institution. My faculty are helping me to improve my knowledge and thoughts. They are always trying for our success. In my entire life I will never forget their efforts .
By Siva Sankar for Sri Venkateswara University College of Engineering
Amity University is one of the best university for higher education in terms of many parameters. Amity offers a number of courses for the students including B.Tech, Bio-tech, M-tech, B-Pharma, BBA, MBA, Hotel management, Fashion technology, etc. and the professors are also highly experienced. In comparison to other deemed universities the fee structure is much reasonable and even the student gets scholarships of semester fee waived off if he/she tops in the exams. Coming to - value for studies and placement, amity is very supportive and always manage to place all its students to good organisations at suitable profiles. Amity University is rightly said to be India’s largest private university in all respects.
By Avantika Jeewani for Amity Business School, Noida
Dyal Singh college is one of the exceptional colleges of Delhi University, South Campus. The NAAC accredited college attracts thousand of students every year because of its good facilities and co curricular. It offers many courses and the societies are very advanced. It is overall a pretty good college. One should definitely consider it while choosing a college.
Besides the fact that there is a good crowd and an okayish infrastructure, the teaching facilities are not up to the mark , the teachers do not come for the classes , the conditions of classrooms are not good.
The college is mainly known for its vocational courses and its societies.
Amazing college after entering, huge and beautiful in every way.
Loved it, great amazing teaching faculty.
Brilliant talents are flying from this college, can see many things to learn from the society's made by our seniors.
By Mansi Lal for Bharati Vidyapeeth University College of Engineering, Pune
Amazing College with a lot of opportunities to explore for oneself, Strong faculty base with teachers going way ahead of themselves to help. Enormous infrastructure, innovative initiatives, nice administration and pretty good location, with good metro connectivity.
Jaypee Institute of Information Technology, Sector 62 , Noida has exceptionally well trained lecturers that are willing to entertain queries at any instant. The environment by the institution is apt for an Engineering student since countless opportunities in competitive coding are provided.
To add to that, the infrastructure of the college is quite impressive.
By Parth Taneja for Jaypee Institute of Information Technology
According to me, IMS Noida is a proper and the best hub for BBA course, most important thing teachers are very helpful and hard working too,the campus is very attractive and all the classes are fully air-conditioned, but the food court is not so cool but overall this is what we have got.
By Vyom Dixit for Institute of Management Studies, Noida
Most of the lab machinery is outdated, there is non-uniformity in the faculty commitment levels. The university has fairly reasonable rules and regulations, barring the biometric system and evaluation procedure. Mild favouritism towards students from the South, discrimination against students from North India.