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Hindu College, New Delhi, Delhi
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New Delhi (District New Delhi)
Delhi, India
Pin Code : 110007


Hindu College, New Delhi Delhi is a recognised institute / college.
Hindu College is situated in New Delhi of Delhi state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. New Delhi comes under New Delhi Tehsil, New Delhi District.

Fax # of Hindu College, New Delhi Delhi is +91-11-27667437.

email ID(s) is Hindu College New Delhi Delhi

Website of Hindu College, New Delhi Delhi is http://www.hinducollege.org/.


Contact Details of Hindu College, New Delhi Delhi are : Telephone: +91-11-27667367, 27666983, 27667184



Courses

Hindu College, New Delhi Delhi runs course(s) in Arts, Commerce, Science, Computer Applications stream(s).
B.A. (Hons) Economics
B.A. (Hons) English
B.A. (Hons) Hindi
B.A. (Hons) History
B.A. (Hons) Mathematics
B.A. (Hons) Music
B.A. (Hons) Philosophy
B.A. (Hons) Political Science
B.A. (Hons) Sanskrit
B.A. (Hons) Sociology
B.A. Programme
B.Com. (Hons)
B.Sc. Applied Physical Sciences (Electronics)
B.Sc. Physical Sciences
B.Sc. (Hons) Botany
B.Sc. (Hons) Chemistry
B.Sc. (Hons) Mathematics
B.Sc. (Hons) Physics
B.Sc. (Hons) Statistics
B.Sc. (Hons) Zoology

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

Profile of Hindu College

Hindu College had a humble beginning. It was first housed in a small building in Kinari Bazar, Chandni Chowk. The College moved to its present campus in 1953. Hindu College was a centre for intellectual debate during Indias Freedom Struggle, especially during the Quit India Movement. It offers facilities for a large number of courses in sciences humanities and social sciences. It has well-equipped laboratory. The college has introduced Short-Term Certificate courses in various languages. These include French, German, Russian and Spanish. On the completion of the course, the examination is conducted by the University Of Delhi and on the basis of that, the certificate is issued to the successful candidates.

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Hindu college hostel alumni keeps promise, provides computers for students

New Delhi: In what appeared as a regard to their alma-mater, the Association of Hindu College Hostel Alumni (AHHA) proved their commitment by providing computers to the college hostel.

The AHHA members again came into prominence on Friday when the principal of the College, Prof (Dr) Vinay K Srivastava inaugurated the newly installed computers, which would help the students in their studies after college-hours. Worth mentioning here that during the grand old hostlers meet organised by the Old Boys Associationon July 9-10 witnessed the presence of eminent faces of the country like Saba Karim, Vishal Bhardwaj, Imtiyaz Ali, Rajesh Kumar, IAS Pratyaya Amrit, Pravash Pandey, the alumni members had committed to raise funds for the college and students welfare. It was a nostalgic moment for 300 odd alumni of Hinud college sharing their memories of good old days.

Keeping up with their commitment, the hostlers presented the college with two set of computers, which were functional from Friday. The inauguration ceremony was joined by President of the Association Dr Sandeep Srivastava along with Dhiraj Kumar, Desh Ratna Nigam, Pradeep Loyalka, Sree Prakash and Dipak Agarwal.

Hindu college hostel alumni keeps promise, provides computers for students

New Delhi: In what appeared as a regard to their alma-mater, the Association of Hindu College Hostel Alumni (AHHA) proved their commitment by providing computers to the college hostel.

The AHHA members again came into prominence on Friday when the principal of the College, Prof (Dr) Vinay K Srivastava inaugurated the newly installed computers, which would help the students in their studies after college-hours. Worth mentioning here that during the grand old hostlers meet organised by the Old Boys Associationon July 9-10 witnessed the presence of eminent faces of the country like Saba Karim, Vishal Bhardwaj, Imtiyaz Ali, Rajesh Kumar, IAS Pratyaya Amrit, Pravash Pandey, the alumni members had committed to raise funds for the college and students welfare. It was a nostalgic moment for 300 odd alumni of Hinud college sharing their memories of good old days.

Keeping up with their commitment, the hostlers presented the college with two set of computers, which were functional from Friday. The inauguration ceremony was joined by President of the Association Dr Sandeep Srivastava along with Dhiraj Kumar, Desh Ratna Nigam, Pradeep Loyalka, Sree Prakash and Dipak Agarwal.

Facebook instrumental in organising Hindu College Hostel Alumni Meet on July 9

New Delhi: Its a Home Away From Home, feel almost all students-old students who have spent their college days in the Hindu College Hostel, which is located inside the college campus.

Hindu College hostel alumni night is being organised by the alumni themselves and supported by college staff and other old hostellers.Social networking site Facebook has been instrumental in helping and creating the network of old hostellers. The hostel group created on Facebook actually brought together some of the old hostellers who are now settled in different parts of the country. And the participation of alumni on Facebook encouraged a few old hostellers to organise the alumni meet in the hostel on July 9.The initiative was taken by Sree Prakash, Amit Anand Chauhan and Jitendra Prasad, who on May 7 created Hindu College Hostel page on Facebook and asked other hostellers-old hostellers to join the group and start interacting with their sweet memories of the hostel days. More than 350 old hostellers have so far joined the group on Facebook in just two months.The non-stop interaction among old hostellers on Facebook prompted a few old students to organise a hostel alumni meet on July 9-10. Hindu College Hostel on FacebookThanks to Facebook which helps us connect with college friends, said Pradeep Loyalka, an old student of Hindu College and member of the team organising the hostel alumni meet. The alumni will spend the entire day on July 9 and a half day on July 10 in the college hostel. Theyll have lunch, evening snacks and dinner in the hostel mess. The College administration has even allowed the alumni to stay in the Hostel rooms.

Former students Pradeep Loyalka and Shree Prakash, along with many other old students, have made the dream possible of organising an alumni meet in the hostel in just one month.Mission started around a year back for creating virtual hostel on Facebook has started now with good beginning. Thanks all for your responses, Shree Prakash wrote on Facebook.

The Facebook page on Hindu Hostel Alumni Meet says: Hindu Hostel Alumni Meet will be held on 9-10 July (Saturday Moring to Sunday Afternoon). Its a life time opportunity to visit the renovated Hostel and stay over night in the Hostel. All of you are cordially invited to join Hindu Hostel Alumni Meet on July 9 and make it a grand success. You are also requested to inform all other Hostellers who are in touch with you and request-persuade them to attend the Alumni Meet. Hail Hindu More than 200 old hostellers, including many IAS officers, IPS officers, Bollywood artists, journalists etc. have confirmed their participation in the hostel meet on July 9-10.

Shree Prakash said on Facebook: The news about alumni night out in hostel is spreading like a wild fire. Organisers are going to have tough time. We had planned with 80-90 members attending the meet but its approaching 200 or may be 200 plus. Hope all seniors-juniors will have a memorable time in the Hostel.Loyalka said while talking to Dailybhaskar: This is a golden opportunity for all old students-hostellers to thank this institution of excellence (Hindu College) which has given so much to us. What we are today is just because of what we learnt during our college-hostel days.Some of the old students see the hostel meet as an opportunity to help the non-teaching staff and their families. An old student Anees Waziri wrote on Facebook: How about facilitating and helping in whichever ways we can to our hostel staff who had always kept our food when we were out or cleaned our rooms and corridors and hostel. Lets help them. How about opening an account in College as Hostel fund for working staff?

Former principal Kavita Sharma has also agreed on the idea and said, Students or old students need to take the initiative forward and draft the object of the initiative and the activities the group would like to do. I will be happy to help you once the draft is ready.

Burning of Lokpal Bill copies: Team Anna invites masses to join protest

New Delhi: After having burnt the copies of the governments version of the anti-graft Lokpal Bill at Kaushambi in Ghaziabad, team Anna is gearing up to intensify its protest against the tabled Bill.

The civil society has invited public support to join the fight against governments version of Lokpal Bill.

According to reports, masses have been invited to burn more copies of Lokpal Bill in Delhi on Thursday. Several venues have been identified for the protest in the national capital and NCR region.As per the schedule, students, locals, businessmen and every individual from all walks of the society have been invited to register their protest at IIT-Delhi on Thursday evening. Similarly, Kashmiri Gate (infront of old Hindu college) has been chosen as a venue to mark the protest of the tabled bill at 6 pm.

It was learnt that Civil Society is to burn draft copies at Rithala metro station, Shakarpur Gaon main entrance and Shastri Nagar Metro Station crossing at 4 pm. On the similar lines, Jantar Mantar too will witness the protest at 5 pm when the public would gather to burn the copies of the governments version of Lokpal Bill.Markets of Sector 6 and 10 of Dwarka too will witness a similar public protest at 6 pm, while protest at Dadri bus stand is scheduled at 5 pm.

In the NCR, sector 18 of Noida has been chosen as the venue for burning the copies of Lokpal Bill to register disapproval of the governments move at 6 in the evening. war Institute of Vasundhara in Sector-04, Noida has been indentified as the protest venue.
In Gurgaon, the burning of copies of Lokpal Bill will take place near Sector-14 (parking area of Om Sweets) at 6 pm followed by in Galeria Market at 6.30 pm.
Team Anna has invited support from masses in this fight against corruption.

Time has come for majority to speak up: CAG

Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) Vinod Rai, who had estimated that the 2G spectrum allocation caused the exchequer Rs.1.76 lakh crore, Friday said that democracy was at the crossroads and it was time for the silent majority to speak up.

Addressing a gathering of his Hindu college alumni and students at a function where he received the Alumunus of the Decade award, Rai also said the work done by his institution had taken a toll on his friendships.

Democracy is at crossroads today and each one of us assembled here needs to contribute to debunk the myth of the silent majority, Rai said.

The time has come for the majority not to be silent because it is a minority which speaks on the behalf of the majority, the government auditor said.

Speaking in a lighter vein, he said: The pace at which I am losing friends, this award better came this year. Next year you may probably not even decide to give this award to me.

He said his friends in the bureaucracy and otherwise have stopped even acknowledging me everytime they are on my wrong side or I am on their wrong side.

Rockstar review: Love blended in maiden music

While watching Rockstar, a portrait of innocence, love and romance, an urge to attain dreams, disagreement with the usual society and an artists fluctuating minds perception occupies ones memory. Even more appealing is its passion for music.

Perfectly placed scenes and shots depict past and present at the same time. Imtiaz Ali, the Director, actually gave audience a chance to press upon their brains and judge the movie, leaving behind the traditional Bollywoodish manner - Hero, heroine, love story and most importantly a happy ending.

The protagonist in the movie, Ranbir Kapoor, a Jaat boy Janardan Jakhad (JJ), who studies at Hindu college is an aspiring singer, striving to be a real Rockstar. The mystery of this art, however, takes time to demystify itself. He is being made to believe that the art comes only after someone is faces a betrayal by some girl. In this pursuit, he meets Heer (Nargis Fakhri), who later names him as Jordan. Ranbir is at his best playing the character of Jordan.

Turned down by his family, thwarted by the recordings, an unconditional lover, JJ, now Jordan, later on becomes a singing sensation, whole nation hymning along with him Saada Haq...Aithe Rakh. So much wealth and fame doesnt give Jordan much respite though. He is still in search of inner-happiness, which he later on realises is in his association with Heer.

Ranbir portrays a Rockstars persona and does a perfect justification to the need of script regardless of the rumours that the story is based on Jim Morrison-Kurt Kobains life. Forget about it, it is only about Jordan, his struggle for love, fame and self-actualisation through music.

Jordan is innocent. To get his love actually in order to realise it, he breaks all the rules to meet his Heer. He calls her as Junglee Jawani and calls her Bone Marrow cancer as Khun-Shun Ni Banta. And also fighting for Chattni to eat with Samosa after acting like a jilted lover in front of Khatara Bhai (Canteen wala).

On the other hand Nargis, the Dil Todne Wali Machine, a famous Stephenian is undoubtedly looks like a princess without any extra load of make-up and designer outfits, suited to the frame exactly according to the demand of movie and creating nuisance around saying, Gandh Machaate Hain and cutely dancing to Hawaa-Hawaa. Coming from a modelling background, Nargis lacks good acting (although that really doesnt matters because it is balanced up by Ranbir). The best part about Nargis, however, is that at least she tries to speak Hindi unlike other NRI Btown lasses and yeah she makes a good start.

Apart from these central characters, others like Piyush Mishra as Dhingra of Platinum music, who does not stand by Jordan for his flamboyant nature and also leaves no stones unturned in insulting him; his all time friend Khatara Bhai, the TV reporter (Aditi Rao Hydari), Heers mother (Shernaz Patel), her father, her husband, Shammi Kapoor in a cameo role as Ustad Ji (resembling Ustad Bismillah Khan playing Shehnai); the doctor and Janardhans seductress Bhabhi (Shreya Narayan) - everybody is being given appropriate time to perform their role needed in the movie.

AR Rehmans music (songs Katiya Karoon, Jo Bhi Main, Tum Ho, Aur Ho, Saada Haq, Phir Se Udd Chala... others to mention in the list) is so soothing and fused with the movie just matching up the happenings so well that it is appears as to be a real Rockstars life. All songs sung by Mohit Chauhan (lip-synced by Ranbir obviously on-screen) and Rehman (for two songs Kun-Faya-Kun and Aur Ho only) and amazing lyrics by Ismail Kamil, intervene into your mind directly if you really have a taste for good music.

Imtiaz has directed the flick by giving it a slight Hatke touch that generally doesnt cope up with viewers mind who hit the theatres to enjoy either with friends or GFs and also when we are in India and bound to believe that when there is a love story; something must have happened between the two.

There is no such dirtiness, no bed scene at all; only an insane lover chasing his dreams with immense purity in his heart and ignorant of the harshness of the results afterwards as everything was bit different from him.

The story loses its string after interval and gets diverted from the real means of Rockstar. But at the end, which is the clicking part of movie, it pulls the audience again when Jordan, just before his concert, gets to know about Heers pregnancy due to which she goes into Koma.

Being blamed by Heers sister for Heers dying condition; Jordan again loses his way back to home, singing Oh! Nadaan Parindey Ghar Aa Jaa... watching Heer coming to him in Argon light.

With all the facts in one-take, Rockstar is good one-time watch because repetition will make it boring, as it does with most of the Bollywood stuff.

Hindu College

College Profile: Hindu College Courses- Seats available: B.A (Prog) 39, B.A Economics (Honours) 54, B.A English (Honours) 39, B.A Hindi (Honours) 31, B.A History (Honours) 39, B.A Music (Honours) 15, B.A Philosophy (Honours) 39, B.A Political Science (Honours) 39, B

.A Sanskrit (Honours) 23, B.A Sociology (Honours) 39, B.Com (Honours) 62, B.Sc (Honours) Physical Science 46, B.Sc (Honours) Botany 31, B.Sc (Honours) Chemistry 62, B.Sc (Honours) Mathematics 39, B.Sc (Honours) Physics 62, B.Sc (Honours) Statistics 31, B.Sc (Honours) Zoology 31, B.Sc (Honours) Applied Science 31.
Entrance examination: Admission to B.A (Honours) English will be on the basis of a common entrance test conducted by the Delhi University.
Quota:
Sports- ECA: 5%
SC-ST: 22.5%
OBC: 27 %

Faculty strength: 140
Hostel facility: Has a hostel for boys.
Course fee: Annual fee of Rs 4,380 for B.A (Honours) and B.A (Programme), Rs. 5080 for B.Com (Honours), Rs.5, 666 for B.Sc (Honours), Rs 4866 for B.Sc (Honours) mathematics, Rs.5280 for B.sc (Honours) Statistics and Rs. 5466 for B.Sc Applied Physical Science.
Campus life: An inter-college cultural festival called MECCA is organised by the college each year.
Placement: The college has a placement cell called DISHA.
Website: http:--www.hinducollege.org

Hindu College to hold ECA trials again

Students who had appeared for the Hindu College ECA trials have been given another opportunity to apply to the college by undergoing re-trials, following a high court order. The college, which conducted ECA and sports quota trials in July, did not declare the results of the same on the scheduled date — July 12 — after three candidates filed a writ petition challenging the fairness of the trials.

Three candidates filed a petition and approached the University too. The University found prima facie discrepancy and asked us to take action after we received a letter from them on August 1, said Vinay Srivastava, principal, Hindu College.
While the college still awaits the copy of the judgement, it has been given a fortnight to wrap up the trials and commence classes for the selected students.

We have been provided with the salient features of the judgement, which states that we have to conduct the ECA trials again within the next 15 days. We also have to bear the expenses of the trials, and extra classes will be held for selected students, added Srivastava.More than 700 students had appeared for the trials in July. My son had appeared for the western music trials at Hindu, but after the results were postponed, he took admission in Ramjas College. He will be appearing for the trials again, said Sushil Pandit, whose son Shantanu Pandit, has applied for Physics (hons) under the ECA quota after scoring 93% in his CBSE Class XII Board exams.

Patna havildars son makes it to IPS

As a personal security officer, he has provided shield to many an IPS officers. Now, with more than seven years of service still left, havildar Bhagwan Singh, an instructor in BMP-5 in Patna, hopes to stand guard to his son Sujit Kumar Singh, who has cracked the civil services this Hailing from Nad, a township in Rohtas, where matriculates are worshipped, Sujit (25) has, in a way, broken the family tradition. Unlike his father, who is a matriculate, mother Suryakanti Devi and sister Binu, both non-matric, Sujit not only did graduation (from Hindu College, New Delhi), but also leapfrogged into the IPS (all-India rank 132) — a position his uncles would envy.

While one of the uncles, Ram Dayal Singh, is an assistant sub-inspector of police (posted in Konch, Gaya), Rajeshwar Singh is a sub-inspector in the BSF (in Tripura), Uday Singh another of Sujits uncle is an airman in the Indian Air Force while yet another uncle, Ashok Singh, has retired as an Army havildar.

An ebullient Singh, whose son is expected to arrive in Patna from the national capital on Wednesday, said: My son has been very different right from his childhood. He was a bookworm, who used to study for 16-18 hours a day. Even during the festival of Holi, when all children would play with colours, Sujit sat with his best companion — books.

Singh added, Sujit was never a second divisioner. Having done his matriculation from Maner High School and intermediate from Patna College, he went to Hindu College, New Delhi, for graduation in History and Geography. Such was the stigma of Bihar that the college authorities did not believe his markssheet. Sent back thrice for re-confirmation, it was only after the intervention of B Bhamati, the then Director, Education Department, that the principal of Hindu College agreed to take him in. Even after admission there, his classmates used to look down upon Sujit because of his being a Bihari. But my son silenced the doubting Thomases with his results. He topped the university in all the three years.

That was just the prologue of a success story, as Sujit, belonging to a family of cops, made it to the IPS in his second attempt.

Sujit, who talked from Delhi, gushed: Its a dream come true. I feel on top of the world. My father and I had nurtured the hope that one day I would become an IPS officer. I attribute my success to my parents and uncles.

Hindu College student kills self

NEW DELHI: A first-year student of Hindu College allegedly committed suicide by hanging himself from the ceiling fan of his rented accommodation in the Vijay Nagar area of North Delhi on Saturday morning. Samitan Sethia, 19, did not leave a suicide note, police said.

A neighbour saw the body hanging through a window around 11.40am when Sethia did not answer his knocks at the door. The neighbor informed police and Sethia was taken to a nearby hospital where he was declared dead on arrival.

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