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Delhi College of Arts and Commerce, New Delhi, Delhi
Address: Plot / Street / Area
Netaji Nagar
New Delhi (District New Delhi)
Delhi, India
Pin Code : 110023


Delhi College of Arts and Commerce, New Delhi Delhi is a recognised institute / college. Delhi College of Arts and Commerce, New Delhi Delhi was established on / in 1987.


Principal of Delhi College of Arts and Commerce, New Delhi Delhi is Dr.M.S. Rawat.

Delhi College of Arts and Commerce 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 Delhi College of Arts and Commerce, New Delhi Delhi is +91-11-24112923.

email ID(s) is Delhi College of Arts and Commerce New Delhi Delhi

Website of Delhi College of Arts and Commerce, New Delhi Delhi is http://dcac.du.ac.in/.


Contact Details of Delhi College of Arts and Commerce, New Delhi Delhi are : Telephone: +91-11-24109821, 26116333, 26882923

RTI & PIO Mrs. Subodh Sharma 9911641285

Administrative Staff
Sh. S.K. Vig Administrative Officer 9868105718
Sh. P.C. Rathore Librarian 9868866748
Sh. Budhi Ballabh Section Officer Accounts 9968292614
Sh. K.N. Pandey Section officer Administration 9868807895


Courses

Delhi College of Arts and Commerce, New Delhi Delhi runs course(s) in Arts, Commerce, Mass Communication and Journalism stream(s).
B.A. (Hons) Economics
B.A. (Hons) English
B.A. (Hons) History
B.A. (Hons) Journalism
B.A. (Hons) Political Science
B.A. Programme
B.Com.
B.Com. (Hons)

Certificate/Diploma/Others
Certificate Course French Language
Certificate Course German Language
Certificate Course Spanish Language
Certificate Course Women�s Development Studies

Approval details: Delhi College of Arts and Commerce is affiliated with Delhi University, New Delhi (Delhi)

Profile of Delhi College of Arts and Commerce

Delhi College of Arts and Commerce, premier higher educational institution, imparts holistic professional and vocational education.The college provides a dynamic learning environment to its students to pursue excellence, gain knowledge and acquire skills to achieve their goals. The distinguished faculty of the college devote themselves wholeheartedly, in a team spirit, to achieve the aims and objectives of the college. The mission of the college is to develop a unique culture that seeks to scale height of glory, ethics, passions, and perseverance to help the students realize their dreams.

About College
Delhi College of Arts and Commerce is a premier educational institution since 1987 that provides a platform for nurturing talent by stimulating them to pursue excellence. Over the years, DCAC has expanded its quest for knowledge and intellectual aptitude and reaches out to crunch vibrant and dynamic academicians and strong alumni world over.

The college nurtures and offers a unique space for social transformation and is committed to enlighten students to go together and shape minds to think critically and analytically. The DCAC community is constantly sensitizing all pertinent issues.

Governing Body
Shri K.Madhavan Nair (Chairperson) 9810085001
C-56,Upkar Apartment, Mayur Vihar-I, Delhi-110091

Faculty Members
Department Of Commerce
Sh. I. A. Qureshi Associate Professor 9818587297
Sh. S. S. Bawa Associate Professor 9868809191
Sh. I. C. Jain Associate Professor 27493198 jain.ic@yahoo.in
Sh. S. K. Tandon Associate Professor 9891940316
Dr. M. R. Chhikara Associate Professor 9990039770 mrchhikara@gmail.com
Sh. Manohar Lal Associate Professor 9891677455
Sh. M. S. Arya Associate Professor 9868017171 msarya52@rediffmail.com
Dr. P. K. Sharma Associate Professor 9868814845
Sh. S. P. S. Chauhan Associate Professor 9810793317 profsp.s.chauhan@gmail.com
Sh. Rajiv Kr Goel Associate Professor 9810061130 goelrajiv2@rediffmail.com
Mrs. Anita Associate Professor 9868534335 anita.sanyal@yahoo.co.in
Mrs. Neeru Kapoor Associate Professor 9818628832 drneerukapoor@yahoo.co.in
Sh. A. Balakrishanan Assistant Professor 9818966551 abalki22@gmail.com
Sh. Bhupinder Assistant Professor 9818916173 bsjaryal@gmail.com
Ms. Bijaya Thakur Assistant Professor 9313655509 bijayathakurdcacdu@gmail.com

Department Of Economics
Mrs. Subodh Sharma Associate Professor 9911641285 subodhsharma_dcac@yahoo.co.uk
Dr. P. K. Banerjee Associate Professor 25079921, 20269524 pranabkbanerjee@hotmail.com
Mrs. Sheela Bajaj Associate Professor 9810773737 bajajsheela@gmail.com
Sh. R. L. Goel Associate Professor 25258101
Mrs. Meera Malhan Associate Professor 9818323332 meeramalhan@hotmail.com
Mrs. Rashmi Sharma Associate Professor 9811786662 rashmisharma61@yahoo.com
Mrs. Archana Jain Associate Professor 9818809674 archana_dhuru@yahoo.com
Ms. Shalini Saksena Assistant Professor 9810450702 saksena.shalini@gmail.com
Sh. Bir Singh Assistant Professor 9313449318 birsing@gmail.com
Mrs. Deepti Taneja Assistant Professor 9810714549 deep.tandon@gmail.com

Department Of English
Sh. V. K. Sewak Associate Professor 9871917698, 42233504
Mrs. N. Bhardwaj Associate Professor 9818636140 nileemabbhardwaj@gmail.com
Sh. V. K. Sharma Associate Professor 9312212527 vasantsharmadcac@rediffmail.com
Mrs. Anita Bhela Associate Professor 9811230112 anitabhela@rediffmail.com
Mrs. Devika Narula Associate Professor 9810891286 devika_narula@hotmail.com
Sh. A. L. Rawal Associate Professor 9313426046, 25726270 rawal_al@yahoo.co.in
Sh. H. N. Sanyal Associate Professor 9911956587
Mrs. Vinita Gupta Chaturvedi Associate Professor 9810420641 umang_del@yahoo.com
Mrs. Smita Banerjee Assistant Professor 9213224748 mitra.smita@rediffmail.com
Ms. Renu Singh Assistant Professor 9910724443 renvincyber@yahoo.co.in
Sh. Jeremiah Pamei Assistant Professor 9953029135 jerbepame@yahoo.co.in

Department Of Hindi
Dr. M. C. Anand Associate Professor 9811258652
Sh. A. D. Sharma Associate Professor 9868173032
Dr. Anil Kumar Rai Associate Professor 9868907919
Dr. K. L. Dhingra Associate Professor 9210932337, 27552047
Dr. Sujeet Kumar Assistant Professor 9811323323 sujeetdcac@gmail.com
Dr. D.A.P. Sharma Associate Professor 9868554484 aps.dcac@gmail.com
Dr. Sanjeeb Kumar Assistant Professor 9868571559

Department Of History
Dr. Anil Chauhan Associate Professor 9310003374
Dr. Amrit Kaur Basra Associate Professor 9810819914 amritdcac@yahoo.co.hk
Mrs. Neeru Ailawadi Associate Professor 9818923725 neeru.ailawadi@gmail.com
Mrs. Sudha Sharma Associate Professor 9910115725
Sh. Vivek Mohan Assistant Professor 9868002708 vivekdcac@yahoo.co.in
Dr. Om Prakash Singh Associate Professor 9999114166 opsingh1968@rediffmail.com
Sh. K. Suresh Kumar Assistant Professor 9818157350 kalarnjali@yahoo.com

Department Of Maths
Mrs. Arun Bala Vaish Associate Professor 9818108496
Dr. Chaitanya Kumar Associate Professor 9312209181
Mrs. Anuradha Gupta Associate Professor 9891293515 sanvashu@yahoo.com

Department Of Political Science
Dr. V. K. Tyagi Associate Professor 9811732421
Mrs. Nalini Goyal Associate Professor 9811563751 nalinigoyal@rediffmail.co
Ms Sushma Yadav Associate Professor 9810074667 sushma_iipa@yahoo.co.in
Dr. C. R. Roy Associate Professor 9810566783, 9999969504 drcrroy_217@yahoo.co.in
Mrs. S.K. Thapar Associate Professor 9871078849 drthapar@yahoo.com
Sh. Y. K. Ranjan Associate Professor
Sh. S. K. Pandey Associate Professor 9811073507 srikantpandey7@gmail.com
Sh. Rajesh Kumar Assistant Professor 9891056765 krajesh2007@gmail.com
Dr. Mukesh Bagoria Assistant Professor 9810887805 mbagoria@yahoo.co.in
Sh. Ajit Kumar Assistant Professor 9910301323 ajitjnu@gmail.com

Department Of Dpe : Dr. Lalit Kumar Bhanot Associate Professor 9810017725 drlkbhanot@hotmail.com
Department Of German : Ms. Renu Sharma Associate Professor. 9811830748 r_enusharma@yahoo.com
Department Of Spanish : Mrs. Neeraj Saxena Assistant Professor 9958826239 neeraj_2811@yahoo.com
Department Of Computer: Dr. V. B. Singh Assistant Professor 9911351168 singh_vb@rediffmail.com

Department Of Journalism
Dr. Tarjeet Sabharwal Assistant Professor 9818023685 sabhs@rediffmail.com
Mrs. Surbhi Dahia Assistant Professor 9891143389 surbhi2011@gmail.com
Ms. Geetanjali Kala Assistant Professor 9212713156 geetanjalikala@gmail.com
Ad-hoc Teachers

Department Of Commerce
Dr.N.Bharthi Assistant Professor
Mrs.Rajneesh Assistant Professor
Mr.Jitender Kumar Assistant Professor

Department Of Mathematics : Ms.Neti Jhangra Assistant Professor

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Art works as a career

An artist s career always begins tomorrow. This popular quote by the 19th century painter James McNeill Whistler may well have been true then, but not anymore. Thanks to the burgeoning Indian and international art market, art can no longer be called just a hobby or an indulgence. Be it in the application of a brush strokes or the enactment of a scene on stage, the interest and involvement in any art form makes the field an exhilarating path to pursue. And Gen Y is all set to traverse that path.

Says Puneet Verma, a young painter, who graduated from the prestigious Indian School of Mines and yet made a career out of his passion, Art as a career gives you adulation, satisfaction, fame and now, even a decent bank balance. I am happy that I went for my passion notwithstanding the initial struggle. Indeed, a career in art is not limited to being a painter or a sculptor. Today, films, theatre, cultural tourism, photography, interior and landscape design and a range of options besides conventional options beckon students of art.

Adds Jagriti Jaiswal, a research scholar at University of Delhi who doubles as a sketch artist, Today, exhibition centres, corporate houses and social media provides adequate platforms to budding professionals. Fine arts, commercial arts, visual and graphic arts are the broad sub-sectors which can be further segmented to include a number of specialised fields.

Informs Ashwini Kumar, founder of the Delhi College of Arts, Art is for people who are creative, imaginative and innovative. Though traditionally considered an offbeat career option, it has matured into a hot and booming industry. In Delhi alone, we have about 150 art galleries and several auction houses. We need a conducive atmosphere to encourage students to find their own niche rather than channelling them into traditional jobs.

With an increasing use for special effects and three-dimensional effects in television and advertisements, visual art industry is in great demand. Says Dr Vijaya Deshmukh, registrar (academics), National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad, Design is not yet a popular area of study, but the demand for designers is exploding with the liberalisation of our industry. The open economy has created a healthy competition within industry which in turn has brought home the awareness that design matters in areas of government investments in the social and development sectors of our economy.

The National Institute of Design (Ahmedabad), College of Art (Delhi), Kala Bhawan Institute of Fine Arts (Shantiniketan), Faculty of Visual Art (Kolkata University) and the Sir J. J. Institute of Applied Art (Mumbai) are some well-known institutes offering courses on art. Bachelor and Master s courses in painting, applied and commercial art and sculpture are some programmes on offer. There are also many private institutes that guide students in the fields of visual, commercial and graphic art. And apart from all this, there are number of national and international fellowships on offer as well! For instance, Switzerland s Federal Commission for Scholarships for Foreign Students (FCS) offers several grants to Fine Arts students. Some organisations even offer interest-free loans to Fine Arts students so that they may pursue higher studies abroad.

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Delhi College of Arts and Commerce

College Profile: Delhi College of Arts and Commerce Courses- Seat available: B.A (Programme) 137, B.A (Honours) Economics 46, B.A (Honours) English 46, B.A (Honours) History 46, B.A (Honours) Journalism 31,B.A (Honours) Political Science 46, B.Com (Pass) 137, B.Com
(Honours) 92.
Entrance Examination: A common entrance test to be conducted for the students of Journalism.
Quota:
Sports- 5%
SC-ST- 22.5 %
OBC- 27 %
Hostel Facility: No
Course Fee: for B.A (Programme) Rs 6025, B.Com (Pass) Rs. 6125, for all B.A (Honours) Rs.6150, B.Com (Honours) Rs 6150, B.A (Honours) Journalism Rs 7750.

Campus Life: An inter college cultural festival called is organised by the college each year around January- February
Placement: The College has an active placement cell which works throughout the year.
Website: http:--dcac.du.ac.in-

Delhi College of Arts and Commerce

Delhi college of Arts and Commerce History
Initially housed in Salwan School, Rajinder Nagar, the college was taken over by the Delhi administration in 1987 and renamed Delhi College of Arts and Commerce (DCAC). The college is popular for Humanities and Commerce.
Location
Netaji Nagar (next to Chanakyapuri), New Delhi.
How to reach
Take any bus plying on ring road (Mudrika) or 442 for Sarai Kale Khan. After reaching AIIMS or Hyatt, proceed in the direction of Sarojini Nagar Bus Depot; disembark at M-Block. One can walk from there.
Preferred subjects
English, Economics, History, Political Science, Journalism.
Forms
Separate for Journalism, Sports, ECA
Unique features
The first college to introduce Journalism course, DCAC also boasts of many restructured programmes. Several vocational courses have been introduced such as Operational Research and Computer Applications.
Quota
For sportsmen and NCC cadets FAMOUS
Alumni
Vishal Thapar, Guray Kalra, Monika Kshatriya.
Hostel
No hostel facility.
Phone, Website
24109821, www.dcac.du.ac.in

All DU results out in July

Himank Sharma, a 2009 passout of journalism honours at Delhi College of Arts and Commerce was pleasantly surprised his results had been declared before July. I really wanted to know whether I had obtained first division in my graduation, he said. I thought the results would take at least a month more to be declared. But I am relieved they have been declared.
Sharma, like hundreds of others, got his results early this year thanks to the compulsory central evaluation of answer scripts. This is unlike earlier, when students would have to wait as long as the end of August to get their results. This resulted in inconvenience for several students, who were unable to take admission in courses, as their results were awaited.

Earlier, teachers would take answer sheets home and correct them there, said M.M. Rehman, dean (examinations). However, this year we made it we made it clear to teachers that in order to correct copies they would have to be present at one of the 19 evaluation centers in the city. All of them were given a time slot, by the end of which they were supposed to submit the copies.

Thanks to this system, we received all answer copies on time, so were able to declare results of most courses. Now, results of all courses, except BA and B.Com Pass, have been declared. By the end of the month, we will not have any course with result awaited.

O nodi re... bolo kothai tomar desh?

Aniruddha and Swati Saha are in their 30s and look like any regular metro-marrieds. Hes a Bengali from Nabadwip (birthplace of the Vaishnava saint Chaitanya Mahaprabhu) and her family came over during Partition from Multan (her fathers from Jhang in Pakistan, hometown of the sufi Sultan Bahu). They met as students in the Delhi College of Art and Commerce and dated for seven years before they got married (its been 15 years of togetherness now). Aniruddha worked in events management and Swati in textiles, in the manufacture of branded garments.

A year ago, the couple was overtaken by deep existential angst.
Burnout or what? they thought but didnt quite know how to re-jig their lives.
Until Aniruddha went to his hometown Nabadwip and found himself looking at the local pottery, textiles and painting with a fresh eye…Thats when he and Swati decided to set up Maati, their contemporary craft product label, linking their city lives with that of the urban and rural poor. Today they retail their cotton-knit tee shirts at eight urban outlets.

Their guzara (getting-by) comes from Aniruddhas commercial work as a graphic designer. This allows them to combine idealism and practicality by developing products that use traditional crafts for contemporary use. Call it second-gen Tilonia.

Basically a slice of India tries to make a viable connect with a slice of Bharat that does not pervert that Bharat but lets it choose how it wants to develop. Take, for instance, the tyrewala Chanchal Mitra. He lifted tyres all day and fixed punctures in a Nabadwip repair shop. The daily prabhat pheris in Nabadwip made him restless with the longing to express his soul.

One day he told Aniruddha that he wanted to paint. And the first artwork that sprang out of him was a vivid portrait of a Baul on the carefully chosen ink-drinking fabric provided by Swati with her professional textile knowledge. Maati had a product. A product, moreover, that got softer the more it was worn, thanks to its special enzyme-wash.
Yet another Maati artist is Jagannath, a fabric painter who lives in Ganganagar village near Nabadwip Dham (town). He lives in a thatched hut and works by a kerosene lalteen (lantern). Or else, theres Bahamoni, a Santhal tribal artist from Lohar Dangi village, Jalpaiguri district, West Bengal.

Two rivers, the aiti and the Jharna, flow close by Bahamonis house. And in the bamboo grove between them, Bahamoni tries to convey the beauty of her land on rice paper and Maati tee shirts. Another Aniruddha, also from Nabadwip, paints fabric too and teaches his techniques to other local artists. This Anirudda, says the urban Aniruddha, likes to sit by the great mother river, the Ganga, and listen to the boatmens songs, which he then tries to recite in paint on the tee shirts.

Maati has also begun promoting the clay dolls of Krishnanagar, a 300-year-old craft that could do with a lift. Personally, I think they should go have a big sale in Madras before Navaratri, when people set up nine steps with clay dolls from everywhere, to celebrate the Creators creation. I bought two seriously cool tees. If youd like to check out Maatis stuff, mail swati@maati.co.in

The college canteen is depressing

Student strength: 1342 Popular Courses: B.Com(H), Journalism (H), Eco (H) and BA programme We normally attach a great deal of romance and nostalgia to the times spent at the college canteen. Second-year student of Delhi College of Art and Commerce Namita Mehra (name changed) is not one of them.

Mehra was attacked by a monkey outside the canteen. And its not just the ape attacks thats upsetting. The canteen is so suffocating one can hardly sit inside, so we generally hang outside, she said.The monkey menace has been a constant problem in the college and due to lack of good infrastructure inside the canteen, students are forced to sit outside.
Its very dingy, the fans and the lights hardly work. The whole place looks very depressing, she adds.

Sangita Kocchar (name changed), her classmate, said, The whole area is shabby. Dogs move around the canteen and sometimes even lick our plates. Principal M.S. Rawat responded, The renovation of the canteen has started already. We are planning to start with the repair work of the floor and the purchase committee has also ordered furniture for the canteen.

Unconventional collection at art exhibit

Sexual harassment, land acquisition and feminism are the major themes at the annual Delhi College of Art exhibition, which is attracting a large audience this year.

Sculptures, paintings and installations have been submitted from students across various colleges of the country.

But
it is the collection of art forms such as posters, campaigns, layouts, window display, packaging design and photography that are enthralling visitors the most. Most people who come for the exhibition expect nothing more than paintings and sculptures. So, they were pleasantly surprised when they saw that we went beyond contemporary art and included poster design, campaigns and layouts, said Akrit Sharma, a student of Bachelor of Fine Arts.

About 2,000 works including promos through animation, poster campaigns, layouts, window display, packaging design, photography, sculptures in various media and ceramics are on display at the exhibition.In their creative works, students have touched upon all aspects of life: land acquisition to Anna Movement, Baba Ramdev, Lalu Yadav, smoking, global warming, sexual harassment, women trafficking and even fashion, said M Vijaymohan, principal.

The exhibition that was inaugurated last week will continue at the College of Art campus till Tuesday. The college also dabbles in other fields such as applied art, visual communication, print making and art history.

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