DU Admissions 2021: Top Colleges of South Campus | Sri Venkateswara | JMC | LSR
Delhi University is undoubtedly one of the most sought after Universities in the country for admission to higher courses of study. The South Campus of Delhi University is also one of the most preferred hubs of education which is known for its academic orientation, accessibility, remarkable faculties, and affordability. The DU south block is home to around 20 colleges and offers the coolest options such as ultimate shopping destinations to affordable accommodation and hangout points for the students to ensure that the years of college life becomes worth cherishing. The south campus holds its own charm Aspirants who are seeking admission to Delhi University can know about the top colleges of the South Campus while applying for admissions.
Let us take a campus tour of the top 5 colleges of the South Delhi campus:
Top Colleges in DU South Campus
Sri Venkateswara College
Established in the year 1961, Sri Venkateswara College was initially set up with an aim to provide quality education to South Indian students. Famous by the name of Venky, Sri Venkateswara College is known for being the best college for Mathematics in the entire DU. Venky is a co-ed college presently without providing any reservations for the religious or linguistic minority. It has emerged to be one of the top-tier institutes in the field of Science, Arts, and Commerce. The college is renowned for its courses which include B.Com. (Hons), BSc. Life Sciences, BSc. Chemistry (Hons), BSc. Mathematics (Hons), BSc.Biological Sciences (Hons) etc. The College annual fest, Nexus, is quite famed among students. Venky also has hostel facilities for meritorious students (both boys and girls) coming to Delhi from outstations to study.
Lady Shri Ram College for Women
Popularly known as LSR, the Lady Shri Ram College is the finest women's college located in the hip and hap locality of Lajpat Nagar. It has 50 percent seats reserved for Catholics and Christians. Established by the late Lala Shri Ram in 1956, in memory of his wife, the college is popular for offering a wide range of courses to Arts and Science students. Lady Shri Ram College offers a wide range of courses which include Social Sciences, Humanities and Commerce and also courses like BSc. Mathematics (Hons) and BSc. Statistics (Hons). A three-day-long fest 'Tarang' is a never-to-miss event of the college. LSR also has an active placement cell that attracts top brands such as J Shaw, Nestle, and Mickensy for recruiting students from campus. You can reach Lady Shri Ram College for Women via Moolchand Metro Station which is located on the violet line of the Delhi metro.
Jesus and Mary College
Popularly known as JMC, the Jesus & Mary College is another highly sought-after women’s only College of Delhi University south campus that has 50 percent seats reserved for Catholics and Christians. Established in 1968 by the noble lady St. Claudine Thevenet, the college is popular in the Humanities mainstream and holds several active societies in the campus. It is located in Chanakyapuri, New Delhi. JMC encourages students to take up project work with different government and private colleges such as DMRC, HUDCO, the Planning Commission, and others, as part of their academic endeavours. Mudra-the Western Dance Society, Nrityanjali - the Indian Dance Society and Dastaan - the Art And Architecture Society being the most popular ones.
Kamla Nehru College
Getting into Kamala Nehru College is a matter of pride for the women seeking admission in South campus. Kamala Nehru College is an all-women college, established in the year 1964, in the memory of freedom fighter Kamala Nehru. Established with the main motto of empowering women and making them independent, the college is a top choice for students seeking career growth in the field of Humanities courses. The most notable courses offered are from the Arts stream which includes English, Economics, Geography, History, Hindi, and Journalism. KNC boasts about its best infrastructure has nestled an amphitheater where students are seen engaged in long conversations and the street play society performances are practiced. The Placement cell is quite active, with companies like EY, KPMG and Wipro visiting the campus. Presently, the college does not have hostel facilities for its students.
Delhi College of Arts and Commerce
Known to be one of the coolest colleges on South Campus, as the name suggests, this college offers various programmes in Arts and Commerce stream only. The college shares its proximity to INA metro station. DCAC has a majority of the crowd belonging to the Delhi-NCR region. DCAC is also known to be the finest college offering journalism course. It is a well-known fact that DCAC offers an anti-ragging zone and once you land up here you will never regret being a part of this college provided its vicinity to some of the amazing hangout zones.
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