Colleges in Delhi

Colleges of Delhi



Delhi is the ultimate metropolitan city and one of the best destinations for education, business, IT etc. Whether it is innovative art exhibitions, chic fashion shows or illuminating tech workshops, the city is an undeclared champion in all the competitive fronts.

India's capital territory also has a lot to offer when it comes to quality education. The city has attracted students from all over the country and abroad to earn a degree in the course of their choice. The upbeat, posh localities and easy availability of resources make for a conducive environment to grow both as a person and a student. The increasing job pool and attractive growth opportunities during and post-study, make the capital lucrative for investing for studies.

Colleges like St Stephen's College, Hans Raj, Sri Venkateswara and more from Delhi University (DU) are alone sufficient to assure you how prestigious it is to study in Delhi, but the city has even more to offer. The city is also proud to have institutes like IIT and NIT, which hold a respectable world ranking.

The best colleges for graduation easily scoop a fair share from Delhi University(DU). Maulana Azad Medical College(MAMC), Lady Irwin College, Lady Shri Ram College for Women (LSRC) are a few colleges that are good for a variety of non-engineering courses. For technical courses, engineering Colleges like Delhi Technical University (formerly Delhi College of Engineering), GGSIPU and NIT make the cut.

For post graduation colleges, Delhi University again takes the cake. Colleges like St. Stephen's, Gargi, Hindu and more often comprise students pursuing masters and Ph.D.

The notable private colleges in Delhi include Amity University, Sharda University, Lovely Professional University and more. Some universities even have teaching staff from foreign countries and a brilliant record is set by various alumni. Besides DU, government Colleges for medical courses include AIIMS(All India Institute for Medical Science), JNU, Jamia Millia Islamia and more. Famous engineering colleges in the government sector are IIT, NIT, IIIT, NSIT, IGDTUW, to name a few.

Talking about specific courses, engineering, for instance, IIT, DTU, NIT are top notch and for medical colleges, Lady Hardinge Medical College, Maulana Azad Medical College and of course AIIMS are esteemed institutes. For courses like home science, Lady Irwin College is a prestigious institute to join. For business programs, IIFT, Asia-Pacific Institute of Management (Delhi) etc can give your career a good start.

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Last Updated on : December 22, 2017

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