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Hans Raj College, Delhi, Delhi


Hans Raj College, Delhi, Delhi
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University of Delhi, Mahatma Hans Raj Marg, Malka Ganj
Delhi (District Delhi)
Delhi, India
Pin Code : 110007

Hans Raj College, Delhi Delhi is a recognised institute / college.
Principal of Hans Raj College, Delhi Delhi is Dr. V. K. Kawatra.

Hans Raj College is situated in Delhi of Delhi state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Delhi comes under Delhi Tehsil, Delhi District.

Fax # of Hans Raj College, Delhi Delhi is +91-11-27666338.

Residence Phone No(s) of concerned peron(s) of Hans Raj College, Delhi Delhi is (are) : 52440753.

Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Hans Raj College, Delhi Delhi are 991172002.

email ID(s) is Hans Raj College Delhi Delhi

Website of Hans Raj College, Delhi Delhi is www.hansrajcollege.com/.

Contact Details of Hans Raj College, Delhi Delhi are : Telephone: 011-27667458, 27667747(O),22509753

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Hans Raj College, Delhi Delhi runs course(s) in Arts Commerce Science stream(s).
B.Com (Hons.) B.A. (Hons.) Economics B.A. (Hons.) English B.A. (Hons.) Hindi B.A. (Hons.) History B.A. (Hons.) Mathematics B.A. Programme B.A. (Hons.) Sanskrit B.Sc. (Hons.) Botany B.Sc. (Hons.) Chemistry B.Sc. (Hons.) Mathematics B.Sc. (Hons.) Computer Science B.Sc. (Hons.) Physics B.Sc. (Hons.) Electronics B.Sc. (Hons.) Zoology B.Sc. (Hons.) Applied Sciences B.Sc. (Hons.) Physical Sciences B.Sc. (Hons.) Life Sciences

Approval details: Hans Raj College is affiliated with Delhi University, New Delhi (Delhi)

Profile of Hans Raj College

Hans Raj College, Delhi is one of the largest constituent colleges of the University of Delhi!. A multi-faculty premier institution, with highly qualified academicians imparting education in different fields. The college today enjoys a reputation for outstanding performance in academics, sports and extra-curricular activities. An India Today survey has placed Hans Raj among the top colleges of the country in Science, Arts and commerce, the three streams that it offers. The college was founded by the D.A.V. College Managing Committee on July 26, 1948 in the sacred memory of Mahatma Hans Raj, a pioneer in the field of education. It is today one of the leading lights in the D.A.V. family of over 700 institutions.


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Media coverage of Hans Raj College, Delhi Delhi, Delhi

Delhi University admission racket busted, three held

New Delhi: Police on Saturday claimed to have smashed a racket involved in helping students get admission in Delhi University colleges using fake caste certificates for Rs three to five lakh with the arrest of three youths, including a contract employee in a tehsildar office here.

The racket led by Himanshu Gupta allegedly managed to get admissions for 12 students, including four girls, this admission season in eight colleges. The colleges included Sri Ram College of Commerce, Kirori Mal College, College and Moti Lal Nehru College.Himanshu (26) and his associates Vikas (24) and Ketan Gupta (24) were arrested on Thursday following investigations into inputs about a racket operating in Delhi in which students were getting admitted in various colleges on the basis of forged caste certificates.

Ketan is a data entry operator on contract basis and it was he who allegedly helped the gang in making fake certificates and upload it on government website.Himanshu was the first to be arrested from near Hans Raj College in North Campus when he came there with a girl aspirant who had scored 91 per cent in Class XII for getting her admitted in B.Com course in the institution.Forged caste certificate of the girl student, admission form and a bank draft were recovered from him.The caste of the girl in the forged caste certificate was mentioned as Gujjar and her residence was shown as Lado Sarai whereas she does not belong to Gujjar community nor does she live in Lado Sarai, Ashok Chand, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Crime), said.Himanshus interrogation led to the arrest of his two associates Vikas and Ketan from Pushp Vihar and Mehrauli respectively.On the modus operandi, Chand said, Himanshu and Vikas floated an educational consultancy firm and advertised in the leading news papers in Delhi and other cities about facilitating admissions.They charged Rs 3 to 5 lakh for each student for ensuring admission in the college of their choice.They gave assurances to students and their parents that they will ensure fool-proof admission. They got prepared forged caste certificates and submitted the same along with the other documents to the colleges for admission, Chand said.

In this academic session, 10 forged caste certificates shown as issued from the office of Tehsildar in Mehrauli, were allegedly prepared by Ketan.Data of the forged certificates was uploaded by Ketan on the official website so that if anybody checked its authenticity, the same could be verified from the official website. Three forged caste certificates shown as issued from the office of Tehsildar in Ghaziabad were got prepared by one of their associates Satish who is absconding, Chand said.Chand said the gang was operating since 2008.

In the previous years, they have secured admission of students in Delhi University on the basis of forged caste certificates shown to have been issued from Ghaziabad.However, according to them, number of such admissions were few. This year they got Ketan in their network. Hence, they could get more students admitted in the colleges of Delhi University on the basis of forged caste certificates, Chand said.Two cars, which bear stickers of a leading electronic media channel, 12 admission forms along with forged caste certificates and Rs five lakh in cash were recovered from them.Himanshu Gupta did a course in Merchant Navy from Mumbai and he worked as a Third Officer in a ship while Vikas did B.Com. Vikas has recently cleared the entrance test for LLB from Faculty of Law.

Ketan did his B.Com through correspondence from Delhi University in 2008. He is getting Rs 8,000 salary as a data operator.

22-year-old youth jumps to death from elevated Metro station

Gurgaon: A 22-year-old man committed suicide by jumping from the elevated Sikanderpur Metro Station in Gurgaon on Tuesday, police said.

Sandeep Sharma, a lab assistant in Hansraj College, jumped off the Sikanderpur Metro Station. We rushed him to the nearby hospital where he succumbed to his injuries, said Poonam Singh, a police officer.

Sharma, a resident of Malkaganj in Delhi, got married three years ago and is survived by an 18-month-old daughter.

No suicide note was recovered from the spot, the officer added.

Patience, hard work behind success: Varnali

GUWAHATI, May 5 – With dogged-pursuit and hard work, Varnali Deka of Assam achieved the goal she had set for herself long back. Securing 16th position in the Civil Services (Mains) Examination, 2008 she has done the State proud, along with other seven candidates from Assam, who cleared the UPSC. Presently undergoing a training in National Police Academy, Hyderabad as an IPS officer, Varnali is a BE (Computer Engineer) and an MBA from IIT, Mumbai.

The other seven successful candidates from the State are Padmapani Bora, Ashiq Zaman, Biswa Pegu, Preetam Dutta, Pallavi Dutta, Siladitya Chetia and Prakash Borgohain.

Significantly, last year also, four talented youth from the State cleared the coveted examination and among them, Nabanita Chakrabarty of Guwahati secured 16th position.

Though it is an honour to be an IPS, the job diversity of IAS is unparalleled for me, and this is an achievement which has come to me after a very long process of preparation entailing a lot ofhard work, a cheerful Varnali told The Assam Tribune over the phone.

Attributing her success to hard work and support from the family, she said that the mode of preparation for UPSC differs from individual to individual, yet good coaching helps a lot for a focused approach.

My optional subjects were psychology and public administration, for which I had to put extra efforts as those were not in my academic syllabus earlier, she said.

On asked whether the infrastructure of the State supports the talented youth to come up, she replied that though Assam is lagging behind in comparison to many northern States. Gradually the infrastructure is improving and the talent of Assam is recognised worldwide in diverse fields.

Urging the youth of the State to go for the UPSC examinations, she said that the opportunities provided to the civil service cadres are not less than any lucrative private sector job.

Varnali is the daughter of Kamalesh Deka, former Inspector General (Communications), BSF and Director, DCPW, MHA, New Delhi, and Dr Deepali Deka, Lecturer of Botany at Pandu College and- residents of Panchajanya Path, Mathuranagar, Dispur.

We are very happy that our daughter has achieved what she wanted. She has worked very hard for it, the elated parents told this reporter.

A student of St. Marys School, Guwahati, she did her 10+2 from Delhi Public School, RK Puram, Delhi.

Willing to join Assam cadre, she feels that more people from Assam should come forward for the civil services, as there are very few such officers from the State at present.

Meanwhile, the success of candidates from Assam has been lauded by many organisations. The Asom Gana Parishad president Chandramohan Patowary has congratulated the successful candidates of the State on their achievement. They have set an example for the aspiring youth of Assam, an AGP release mentioned. The All Assam Students Union (AASU) also congratulated the candidates.

The people of Sivasagar town are delighted after getting the news of another Sivasagar lad Prakash Borgohain making it to the successful list ofcandidates occupying 602th rank this year after Rahul Borkotoky last year.

Talking to The Assam Tribune this afternoon, Prakashs father Khagendranath Borgohain, a retd Block Elementary Education Officer and a resident of Jyoti Nagar here ,said that Prakash was meritorious since his childhood. Born in 1978 , Prakash did his primary level schooling in No. 2 Town Valika Prathmik and read up to Class VII in Govt HS School. He got both LP and ME merit scholarships.

He was later given admission in Shillong Assam Rifles Public School from where he passed his matriculation and HSSLC Examinations in first divisions securing letter marks in a number of subjects. Prakash did his graduation and PG from Delhi Hans Raj College. He took PG in Zoology in 2001and has completed his MPhil and also research work for PhD. Prakash has been working as lecturer in Hans Raj College since 2006 after short stints in Dr Zakir Hussain College and Hindu College as lecturer.

His mother Santana Borgohain , a teacher in Betbari Gnyanodoi ME , happy over her sons success said that he had an aim for IAS and has succeeded in his second attempt.

Hansraj College shut after students death

A day after a 23-year-old visually challenged student of Hansraj College in Delhi University was found hanging in his hostel room, the college administration Wednesday called a meeting of the hostel committee to look into the matter. The college was closed Wednesday. Mukesh Kumar, a second year student of BA Hindi honours, was found hanging from a fan in his room around 7.30 p.m. Tuesday, police said.

The college has been shut for the day following the death of the student. The administration will meet the college hostel committee during the day to learn more about the incident, said a college official. The police are questioning Kumars classmates.

The body has been sent for autopsy and we are awaiting the report to ascertain the time of death. Prima facie it looks to be a homicidal hanging as his hands were tied behind the body, Deputy Commissioner of Police (north) Sagarpreet Hooda told IANS. The victim was from Agra. Police said Kumars family members reached the capital early Wednesday.

Hansraj celebrates annual day

Celebrating its 62nd annual day on Saturday, Hansraj College honoured its students who won accolades in the last academic year. Prizes were given to ten students who topped Delhi University in the 2009 annual examinations. Students excelling in sporting events were awarded

for winning the rifle and pistol shooting, archery and swimming championships.
Gopal Subramaniam, solicitor general of and an alumnus of Hansraj College presented the students with prizes.

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