Delhi University North Campus Map


Delhi University North Campus Map
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Delhi University is among the prestigious universities of the country and is home to many top-class colleges. Formed in the year 1922, this university is considered as one of the best universities in the world in fields of research, academics, and placements. Lakhs of students from various corners of India and outside the country apply every year but only a few thousand get admitted. The most sought-after colleges of the Delhi University are the north-campus colleges. These colleges do not have just academics on the table rather the students of these colleges are active in sports, politics, and social work. Many reputed companies including Wipro, TCS, and Google hire the students from these colleges. Some of the most popular north campus colleges are Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC), Hindu College, Miranda House, Daulatram College, Hansraj College, Miranda College, and Shri Guru Tegh Bahadur (SGTB) Khalsa College.

Last Updated on : June 11, 2018





     


     

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