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Bhagini Nivedita College (BNC), New Delhi, Delhi
Address: Plot / Street / Area
Kair Village, Near Najafgarh
New Delhi (District New Delhi)
Delhi, India
Pin Code : 110043


Bhagini Nivedita College (BNC), New Delhi Delhi is a recognised institute / college. Bhagini Nivedita College (BNC), New Delhi Delhi is also known as Bhagini Nivedita College for Girls. Bhagini Nivedita College (BNC), New Delhi Delhi was established on / in 1993.


Principal of Bhagini Nivedita College (BNC), New Delhi Delhi is Dr Purabi Saikia.

Bhagini Nivedita College (BNC) 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 Bhagini Nivedita College (BNC), New Delhi Delhi is +91-11-28018326.

Residence Phone No(s) of concerned peron(s) of Bhagini Nivedita College (BNC), New Delhi Delhi is (are) : +91-11-26582038.

Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Bhagini Nivedita College (BNC), New Delhi Delhi are +91-98681-29361.

email ID(s) is Bhagini Nivedita College (BNC) New Delhi Delhi

Website of Bhagini Nivedita College (BNC), New Delhi Delhi is http://www.bhagininiveditacollege.in.


Contact Details of Bhagini Nivedita College (BNC), New Delhi Delhi are : Telephone: +91-11-28017485, 28018326

RTI & PIO Dr. (Mrs.) Nalini Mathur (Reader)
Department of History (O)-28017485
(R)-25055253

Administrative Staff Mr. Alok Section Officer (Accounts) 28017485, 9212431917

About College:
Bhagini Nivedita College is a constituent college of University of Delhi. It was established by the then Delhi Administration in August 1993 as a �Women�s College� in the South Western part of Delhi. It is funded and supported by the Government of Delhi.
The college is named after Sister Nivedita, a disciple of Swami Vivekanand who dedicated her whole life for the education and welfare of women. Its campus is located adjacent to village Kair near to Najafgarh in a clean and green environment surrounded by farms and trees.
Starting with only BA (Pass), BA(Hons.) Hindi in 1993, BNC has progressively added more courses. B. Com (Pass) was introduced in 1996-97. BNC was the first Delhi University college to offer Apparel Design and Construction course in 1997.
BA (Programme) replaced the BA (Pass) course in 2004. A variety of new application courses were also instituted along with it. BNC became an arts, commerce and science college with the launching of B.Sc. Applied Physical Sciences: Computer Science course in 2007. B. Sc. Physical Sciences replaced the B.Sc. Applied Physical Sciences: Computer Science in 2010.

Governing Body
Prof. Vibha Chaturvedi (Chairperson) 9810712911
Department of Philosophy,
University of Delhi,
Delhi-110 007


Faculty Members Department of Commerce
Dr. Madhu Bala Accounting & Finance
Ms. Rachna Mahalwala Income Tax & Finance
Ms. Pushpa Yadav Finance

Department of Computer Science
Mr. Vikas Chaudhary Comp. Sc
Mr. Nagendra Comp. Sc.
Department of Chemistry
Dr. Poonam Mothsra Organic Chemistry

Department of Economics
Ms. Uma Nijhawan Macro Economics
Ms. Swati Yadav

Department of English
Ms. Amrita Mehta
Ms. Poonam Sahore Women�s Literature
Dr. Rashmi Sharma Victorian Fiction
Dr. Vandana

Ms. Ansul Rao
Ms. Meenu Abhi

Department of Hindi
Dr. Raj Bhardwaj Aadhunik Kavita
Dr. Anjna Gupta Bhasha Vigyan
Dr. Mamta Singla Madhya-kaleen Kavya, Anuwad
Dr. Geeta Kaushik Madhya Kal
Dr. Hemvati Sharma Madhyakal
Dr. Rani Shankar Mishra Modern Hindi Poetry, Media, Translator
Dr. Suman Singh Bhakti Kal
Dr. Poonam Rathi Hindi Natak
Ms. Rita Namdev

Department of History
Dr. Nalini Mathur Medieval Indian History
Dr. Rajesh Kumar Ancient Indian History

Department of Home Science
Dr. Charru Sharma Child Dev.
Ms. Anupama Aggarwal Foods and Nutrition
Ms. Punita Sethi Foods and Nutrition
Dr. Rachna Mohan Textile & Clothing
Ms. Parminder Sehgal Foods and Nutrition

Department of Mathematics
Ms. Santosh Kaushik Mathematics

Department of Music
Dr. Rita Dhankar Instrumental Music
Dr. Vandana Sharma Hindustani Classical (Inst.) Sitar

Department of OMSP
Ms. Sushma Rani Khurana Stenography Computer Application
Department of Physical Education
Dr. Mamta Saharawat

Department of Physics
Dr. Manisha Bhutani Nuclear Physics

Department of Political Science
Dr. Nirmala Rana Indian Political System
Ms. Poonam Dagar Indian Pol. System, Int�l Politics
Dr. Alokka Dutta International Relations

Department of Sanskrit
Dr. Sushma Rana Veda



Motto and Mission
The motto of BNC is Vidya Shakti Samasthanam which means the Spiritual Seat of the Power of Education . BNC s mission is to inculcate academic excellence, in a motivating learning environment with the right amount of extra curricular activities.

BNC is committed to not only inspiring and enabling the students to achieve academic excellence for pursuing higher education but also preparing them for a wide variety of employment and self-employment opportunities.

BNC, a college dedicated to transform the lives of girl students is fittingly named after Bhagini Nivedita. Sister Nivedita s childhood name was Margaret Elizabeth Noble. She was born in Ireland on October 20, 1867 to parents Mary Isabel and Samuel Richmond Noble. Her father was a preacher to whom religion meant service to the poor. This had an imprint on Nivedita. She was intelligent and hard working, loved music, art, and the natural sciences. After her education, she spent ten years in teaching, from 1884 to 1894. She not only imparted knowledge but also inspired her students. She met Swami Vivekanand in England in 1895. She responded to Swami Vivekanand s call to help the women of India.

She left England and arrived in Kolkatta on January 28, 1898 and became his disciple about two months later. Swami Vivekanand gave her the name Nivedita , meaning one who is dedicated to God. She studied Gita and practiced meditation. She lived a simple and holy life and worked for the welfare of the people.

She made India the object of love and worship. When Swami Vivekananda passed away on July 4. 1902, she felt an added responsibility towards the people of India. She inspired the people in all walks of life through her lectures and writings. She always believed that India could not be great and powerful unless there was unity. She emphasized this in every possible way and was never tired of speaking about it. Her hard work and lack of rest was having an adverse effect on her health. She passed away on October 13, 1911.

Governing Body

Chairman
Mr. Jagdish Yadav
28, Pocket-11, Rajeev Enclave, Sector-5, Rohini, Delhi-110 085.

Members
Mr. Syed Aamir
60-A, Pocket-K Sheikh Sarai-II, New Delhi - 110 017.

Mr. Nathu Singh
181/14, Gowardhan Bihari Colony, St.No-5, Shahdra, Delhi - 110 041.

Mr. Puspendra Gaur
60-B, Friends Enclave-II, Rajendra Park, Nangloi, Delhi - 110 041.

Mr. Vikas Yadav
69, Jwala Hedi, Paschim Vihar, New Delhi - 110 064.

Prof. M.P. Sharma
Department of Hindi, Faculties of Humanities and Languages, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi - 110 025.

Dr.Ranjana Kumar
President, Centre for Social Research, 2, Nelson Mandela Marg, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi - 110 070.

Prof. J.V. Raghavan
Director, Bhartiya Vidya Bhawan, K.G.Marg. New Delhi - 110 001.

Prof.(Ms.) Anu Singh Lather
IIPA, I.P. Estate, Ring Road, New Delhi - 110 002.

Prof. Rita Kakkar, 7/4, University Road, Delhi - 110 007.
Prof. Vibha Chaturvedi, Department of Philosophy, University of Delhi, Delhi - 110 007.

Ms. Parminder Sehgal
Sr. Lecturer, Department of Home Science (FT & NHE), Bhagini Nivedita Collge, Kair, New Delhi - 110 043.

Dr. Nalini Mathur
Reader, Department of History, Bhagini Nivedita College, Kair, New Delhi - 110 043.

Dr. Rupamanjari Gosh
Dean, School Of Physical Sciences, JNU, New Delhi - 110 057.

16th Annual Report - 2008-09
Highlights of major activities and achievements during the period 1.4.2008 to 31.3.2009
The College celebrated its annual three-day cultural festival Navrange on 16, 17, 18 December, 2008. Luminaries from the world of Indian classical music and dance Ms. Nalini, Ms. Kamalini, Shri Jitendra Maharaj graced the occasion as chief guests on different days. Artists of national and international repute from the Delhi International Arts Festival under the leadership of Ms. Saraswati Rajgopalan played Veena, Mardung, Flute, Tabla, during the festival on 18th December 2008. Students from other Colleges like Shivaji College, Zakir Hussain College also participated in the festival.

The Department of Physical Education organised a physical fitness and training programme from July 2008 to December 2008. The Annual Sports Day of the colleges was held on 13th February 2009. Dr. J.S. Naruka, Director of Physical Education, University of Delhi graced the occasion as the Chief Guest. Ms. Ruchika, B.A. IIIrd year (10198) was declared the best athlete of the year.

The 16th Annual Day and Prize Distribution Function was orgsanised on March 13, 2009. Mr. V.P. Rao, Director, Higher Education was the Chief Guest and Swami Nikhileshwarananda, Secretary, Ramakrishna Mission, Vadodara Branch was the Guest of Honour.

During the year 2008-09, more than 150 students enrolled as volunteers in the National Service Scheme (NSS). This programme provides an opportunity to the students to understand the community they are working for, identify their needs and problems and strive to provide solutions.

NCC plays a pivotal role in the personality and overall development of students. The cadets from the college participated in various activities like National Integrated Camp (NIC), Combined Annual Training Camp (CATC), Vayu Sainik Camp, Thal Sainik Camp, Slithering, Firing, Blood Donation Camp, Pre-Republic Day Camps and the most prestigious Republic Day Camp. Cadet Aarti Sharma, JUO (Junior Under Officer) was awarded for her outstanding performance in the Republic Day Camp, Thal Sainik Camp and Amar Jawan Jyoti. Sgt. Rekha was awarded in the Thal Sainik Camp 08.

In B.A. Programme Ist year, 182 students out of the total 188 passed the examinations and the total pass percentage was 96.81%. In B.A. Programme IInd year, 148 students out of the total 160 passed the exam and the total pass percentage was 93.1%. In B.A. Programme IIIrd year, 125 students out of the total 156 passed the exam and their pass percentage was 80.1%.

For the academic session 2008-09, 227 students were enrolled in B.A. Programme first year; 59 students in B.Com first year; 30 in B.A. (Hons.) Hindi first year and 25 in B.Sc. Applied Physical Sciences Ist year. The OBC quota was implemented as per the University guidelines.

Special grants/assistance/projects
» Development Grant of Rs.4,20,000/- from UGC:

Books & Journal Rs. 1,05,000/-
Equipments Rs. 3,00,000/-
PTAC Rs. 15,000/-



Library development

Total budget: Rs. 2,45,0000/-
Number of books added: 842
Journals subscribed to: 52



Additions to the faculty
Dr. Mamta Saharawat appointed as Lecturer in Physical Education on 4.12.2008

Appointments of faculty members to higher posts/assignments outside the institution.
Mr. Jagvender Singh, Section Officer (Admn.) joined as Assistant Registrar in Deenbandhu Chhotu Ram University of Science & Technology, Murthal (Sonepat) on 13.3.2009.

Honours/distinctions received by faculty members at the International/National level.
Dr. Charru Sharma, Department of Home Science (FCW) was awarded Post Doctoral Fellowship by Indian Council of Social Science Research
Ms. Sushma Rani Khurana received M. Phil (Computer Science) degree from Chaudhary Devi Lal University, Sirsa


Participation of faculty in (a) International conferences held abroad (b) International conferences held in India (c) National conference
International Conferences held abroad
Dr. Alokka Dutta, Deptt. of Political Science – was selected for Visiting International Next Generation Leaders Programme held from May 11-20, 2008, Seoul (South Korea).
Dr. Charru Sharma, Department of Home Science (FCW) presented paper entitled "Facilitating Socio Cognitive Development of Primary School Children Through Creative Drama" at International Congress of Psychology held in Germany.
International Conferences held in India
Dr. Alokka Dutta, Department of Political Science, presented a paper entitled "The Growth of Consumer and Human Rights Consciousness in Contemporary China" at an International Conference on Consumer Protection and Welfare in the present scenario, 20-21 December, 2008 organised by Swami Sukhdevanand Post Graduate College, Shajapur (UP), Rohillakhand University.
Dr. Rachna Mohan, Department of Home Science (Apparel Design & Construction) presented a paper on "How can the traditional retailers compete successfully with organized retail" in the 10th International Seminar on "Organized Retailing: Boon or Bane" held on January 4-5, 2009 under the joint auspices of Delhi School of Professional Studies and Research, GGS Indraprastha University and Society for Human Transformation and Research (SHTR) at New Delhi.
National Conferences
Dr. Alokka Dutta presented a paper entitled "The Political Dimensions of Spiritual Tourism in India" at a conference organized by I.I.T.M., Gwalior from 17-18 January 2009.
Dr. Alokka Dutta presented a paper in a two day seminar on "Resurgent Asia" organized by the East Asian Studies Department, University of Delhi from 20-21 February 2009.


Publications
Books
Sharma, Dr. Hemvati. 2008. Ramcharitmanas ke Asura Patra. Satish Book Depot, Delhi.
Kaushik, Dr. Geeta. 2008. Valmikiya Ramayan Aur Ramcharitmanas Mein Rajneeti, Vigyan Aur Kala. Vrajeshwari Prakashan, Delhi.
Rathi, Dr. Poonam. Dastak. Jyoti Enterprises, New Delhi
Research articles in books or scholarly journals
Dutta, Dr. Alokka 2009. West Asian Peace Process: The Recent Trends. In Post 9/11, India s Foreign Policy: Opportunities and Challenges (Ed Savita Pandey). Pentamen Books.
Beniwal, Prof. Anu and Mehta, Amrita 2008. Contemporary Indian English Women s Poetry and the Representation of Woman: A Critical Reading. Critical Practice, Vol.XV 2008: 109-124.
Mehta, Amrita 2008. Trajectories of Exclusion: Indian English Women’s Poetry and the Politics of Anthology-making. Peagasus, Vol.VI, Jan-Dec. 2008: 21-32.

Admissions - Overview

Admissions to the four under-graduate level degree courses offered by the college usually commence in the month of June each year.

The admission rules and procedure remain generally the same unless and otherwise notified separately. What would change from year to year are the exact dates and time period of the different steps associated with admissions.

For the exact schedule of admission related dates and the date and time by which different steps in the admission process should be completed, please check the Admission Calendar, which would be announced when admissions commence for the concerned academic year.

Courses offered by the College are
» B.A (Hons) Hindi more >>
» B.A Programme more >>
» B.Com more >>
» B.Sc Applied Physical Sciences (Computer Science) more >>
As a constituent college of the University of Delhi, the schedule of admissions as well as the the rules and procedures followed would be generally in accordance with what are prescribed by the University.

Requirements for Admissions

Main Admission Criteria

The College admits only FEMALE candidates.
The admission shall be made on the basis of merit.
Physical presence of the candidate seeking admission is essential.


Details of merit criteria applicable to different courses
Other conditions to be fulfilled by the students seeking admission to the college are as given below:

Minimum Score Requirements
B.A. (Programme) & B.Com: Students having less than 40% in the aggregate in their last qualifying examination will not be considered for admission. The aggregate will be counted on the basis of one language subject and three best elective subjects.
B.A. (Hons.) Hindi: Students having less than 45% in the total aggregate and less than 50% in Hindi in their last qualifying examination will not be considered for admission. The aggregate will be counted on the basis of one language subject and three best elective subjects. If a candidate has an aggregate of 40% or above in 4 subjects (not necessarily including English) and has passed Probhakara examination, she is eligible for admission to the Hindi Honours Course.
B.Sc. Applied Physical Science Course: The applicant must have 45% marks in Science Stream and one Language Subject in qualifying examination. The aggregate marks will be counted on the basis of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (PCM) subjects.


A candidate must have passed one of the following
The Senior School Certificate Examination (Class XII) of the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi or an examination recognized as equivalent.
The Intermediate examination of an Indian University or an examination recognized as equivalent. Student should have passed in 4 written subjects including one language.
The Indian School Certificate Examination (12 years) of the council of Indian School Examination, New Delhi, Students should have passed in 4 written examinations (one Language and three Elective subjects out of four).
Pre-University Examination (2 years after 10 years of schooling) of an Indian University recognized by the University of Delhi.
The General Certificate of Education Examination of U.K. Students should have passed with at least five subjects at the ordinary level and at least two subjects at the advanced level. These two advanced level courses may either be chosen from among the five ordinary level subjects or from outside this group prescribed by the University of Delhi.
Admission of candidates belonging to other examination bodies
Candidates belonging to examination bodies other than those listed in the section above, shall not be entertained by the college without production of ELIGIBILITY CERTIFICATE issued by the University of Delhi. Wherever such Eligibility Certificate indicates grades, they will be treated at par with the grade of Indian School Examination for purpose of admission requirements.
Migration Certificate: Candidates, who have passed their last examination from a Board or University outside Delhi, will be required to submit their migration certificate from that Board or University latest by a date fixed in this behalf. Failure to do so may result in their admission being canceled without any further notice to them.(Please check the Admission Calendar to know the exact date applicable for the concerned academic year.
How to obtain and submit admission forms
Application as prescribed by the college can be obtained from the college by making a payment of fee fixed in this behalf on or before the on the prescribed form obtainable from the office of the college on all working days (from Monday to Friday) between 10.00 A.M. to 5.00 P.M during the period specified in the admission calendar.
Admission forms should be filled in completed by the candidate in her own handwriting.
For applying for different courses, a separate admission form should be filled and submitted.
If any false attestation/falsified records are detected, the student will be debarred from attending any course in the university or its college (s) for next five years and in addition, a criminal case under relevant section of IPC will be instituted against.
Documents required
While a student need not attach copies of certificates with the preliminary application form, she must produce the original along with a set of attested photocopy of following. At the time of admission the student must have:
Registration slip in original.
Date of Birth certificate in original.
Mark sheet (10+2) in original.
Character certificate from the institution last attended in original.
Provisional/Original certificate (10+2).
One attested /self attested copy of each of the certificate mentioned as above.
Two self attested passport size photographs.
Other relevant documents such as SC/ST/OBC certificate, certificate of extra curricular activities/sports & the like.
Note: Those students who do not fill the preliminary form will be denied admission in the college.

Other Applicable Rules
Candidates whose results are not declared by the last date of admission and who are unable to comply with the requirements of the University in submission of provisional certificate and the detailed mark sheet etc. will not be considered eligible even for provisional admission.
All admissions in the college are provisional and subject to the approval of the University
Rounding off the fraction of marks is not permissible for admission to any course in the university.
The admission of candidates with compartment, if made, will be provisional subject to passing their examination in the subject concerned in the first attempt to be held in July or August. In case she fails to pass or fails to appear in the subject concerned, her provisional admission will stand cancelled automatically.

Reservations and Relaxations

Reservation of Seats in college for SC/ST Candidates
22.5% of seats are reserved for the candidates belonging to the Scheduled Castes (SC) & Scheduled Tribes (ST) (15% for SC & 7.5% for ST - interchangeable if necessary). They should register themselves directly with Delhi University for allotment of seats in the college. The registration dates and centers for these admissions are announced by the Delhi University.

Candidates belonging to the SC/ST category must submit a certificate to that effect in their own name from any of the following competent authorities, certificates in father’s name will not be accepted. All such certificates are subject to verification by a competent authority and irregularity noted in the certificate will render the admission of the student concerned invalid:

District Magistrate/Additional District Magistrate/Deputy Commissioner/Collector/Additional deputy Commissioner/Deputy Collector/Ist Class Stipendiary Magistrate/city Magistrate not below the rank of Ist Class Stipendiary Magistrate/Sub-Divisional Magistrate /Taluka Magistrate/ Executive Magistrate/Extra Asst. Commissioner.
Chief Presidency Magistrate/Additional Chief Presidency Magistrate/Presidency Magistrate.
Revenue Officer not below the rank of Tehsildar.
Sub-Divisional Officer of the area where the candidate and / or her family normally resides.
Administrator/Secreatry to Administrator/Development Officer (Local and Minicoy Island).
Reservation of Seats in College for OBC (Non Creamy layer )Candidate.
The college will abide by the directions of the Delhi University as and when received. Notice in this regard will be displayed in the college.

Armed Forces including Para-Military
The following relaxation in the Admission Criteria is available for Children/Widows//Wives of the Officers & Men of the Armed Forces including Para-Military Personnel killed/ disabled in action or those who died or were disabled on duty.

Relaxation to the extent of 5% in the minimum Marks in the aggregate or in the subject, as the case may be, will be given.
Candidates seeking admission under this category will be required to get their names registered at the concerned offices of the University of Delhi
For Applied Physical Sciences (Computer Science) course at the Faculty of Science, North Campus, University of Delhi and
For all other Non-Science Courses at Room No. 220, New Administrative Block, North Campus, University of Delhi.
Reservation of seats for Physically Challenged Candidates
3% seats are reserved for such candidates.
The procedure laid down by the university will be followed.
Registration of the physically challenged candidates will be done only at the office of the Dean Student s Welfare, (North Campus).
Admission on the Basics of Sports / Extra Curricular Activities (ECA)
Not more than 5% of the total number of first year seats in each individual course can be offered for admission on the basis of sports & ECA.

Sports Based Admission
The admission on the basis of sports shall be finalized by the college on the recommendation of sports admission committee on the basis of the rules provided by the Delhi/University Sports Council.
The sports admission committee shall screen/evaluate the application hold interview & trials on the ground (For dates, please check the admission calendar) and recommend admission on the basis of sports.
All sports certificates should be accompanied by a photograph of the candidate duly attested by the respective Issuing authority & Head of the Institution last attended, by the issuing authority.
The level of competency in the sports will be determined only of the candidates who have achieved distinction in sports during the last 3 years.
Admission on the Basis of ECA
A candidate seeking admission under this category needs to submit following documents:

A letter from the principal of the school last attended clearly giving details of activitiesparticipated in as well as mentioning the extent of participation. The principal of the school should also express her opinion as to what extent the candidate would contribute to the college.
Copies of all relevant certificates that would throw light on the activities & extent of participation.
Evidence of participation in ECA in the last three years of schooling.
A write up by the candidate stating how she will contribute significantly to the extracurricular activities in college. The candidate should describe the qualities/talents she possesses on account of which she feels that she should be given a chance on ground other than academic merit. There will be performance testes for ECA category. These candidates should affix a recent passport size photograph on the application form.(Please check the Admission Calendar for applicable dates).

Library

The college has a well stocked Library having over 17800 books, 54 periodicals and journals and 14 newspapers with an open access to its collections. The Library has a wide range of reference books on all the subjects taught at the college. The library subscribes to academic Journals and periodicals of varied interest. The reading room has a seating capacity for 50 students.


Two Readers Tickets are issued to each student of Programme Courses, Three to the students of Hons. courses and four to ther students of B.Sc. Course. Books are issued to the members for a period of 7 days. Members are advised not to keep the books beyond the due date for return. In normal cases the overdue charges will be 50 paise per day per volume. Book bank facility is also available for poor and needy students. The book bank has a collection of 482 books. The Library is fully computerized,which enables it to discharge its functions efficiently.

Library Service Hours
» Reading Room 9.00 A.M. to 5.30 P.M. (From Monday to Saturday)
» Issue/Return 9.30 A.M. to 3.00 P.M
» Lunch Break 1.00 P.M. to 1.30 P.M.


Library Clearance
All the members are required to take clearance from the Library before Examination Roll Numbers are distributed to them.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where is Bhagini Nivedita College and how to reach its campus
The college is located in South West Delhi, at Kair near Mitraon off Najafgarh on Dhansa Road. Nearest Metro Station is Dwarka Mor. Bus Routes include 824, 942, 835, 836 College van plies from Mitraon at fixed schedule. For more information click here

To which University Bhaghini Nivedita College belongs
Bhagini Nivedita College is a constituent college of the University of Delhi. Successful students are awarded degrees by the University of Delhi. It is funded and supported by the Government of Delhi.

What are the courses offered by the college
The college offers the following courses leading to a Bachelor Degree from the University of Delhi

B.A (Hons.) Hindi
B.A Programme
B. Com
B.Sc. Applied Physical Sciences (Computer Science)

What is the admission procedure for studying at BNC
Students seeking admission must apply in the prescribed form between the dates announced by the college. Selected candidates must also pay the required fees within the stipulated time period to get the admission.

What are the admission criteria
Admission is based on merit and first cum first serve principle.

What is the fee payable for different courses
The fee payable for different courses at the time of admission including the tuition fee for the first six months is as follows

B.A. Programme Conventional Subject Rs. 2950
B.A. Programme Vocational/Re-structured subject Rs. 3750
B.A. Programme Course with Music Rs. 3930
B. Com Rs. 2950
B.A. (Hons.) Hindi Rs. 3050
B.Sc. Applied Physical Science Rs. 4150


* The University Examination Fee is to be filled along with the 2nd instalment of fees.
* Tuition fee & University Fees may be changed according to the rules of University.

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Does the college have hostel facilities
The college does not have hostel facilities as of now.

What are the job opportunities
Vacancies are advertised as and when they arise. You may watch the more links page in this website for information on such vacancies.

How to get more information
Please send your query through the feedback form or contact the college administration. The contact details are given in the page linked to the Contact BNC menu appearing on the right hand top of each page.

Council and Committees

Staff Council
Office bearers:
Chairperson: Dr. Purabi Saikia, Principal
Secretary: Dr. Nirmal Rana
Committees
» Academic Planning & Reforms Committee
Dr. Nalini Mathur (Convener)
Dr. Charru Sharma
Dr. Nirmala Rana
Ms. Pushpa Yadav
Dr. Rani Shankar Mishra
Dr. Rashmi Sharma
Dr. Rita Dhankar
Dr. Sushma Rana
Mrs. Sushma Rani Khurana
Ms. Uma Nijhawan
Mr. Vikas Chaudhary
A member from Biology deptt
A member from Chemistry deptt
A member from Mathematics deptt
A member from Physics deptt


» Student Welfare Committee
Mrs. Rachna Mahalwala (Convener)
Dr. Geeta Kaushik
Mr. Nagendra
A member from Economics department
» Student Advisory Committee
Dr. Rachna Mohan (Convener)
Dr. Mamta Singla
Ms. Punita Sethi
A member from History department
A member from Physics department
» Canteen Committee
Dr. Suman Singh (Convener)
Dr. Madhu Bala
Ms. Poonam Sahore
Dr. Vandana Gupta
» Cultural Committee
Dr. Vandana Sharma (Convener)
Dr. Anjana Gupta
Ms. Rachna Mahalwala
A member from ADC
A member from Chemistry department
» College Maintenance Committee
Dr. Anjana Gupta (Convener)
Dr. Alokka Dutta
Dr. Sushma Rana
Dr. Vandana Sharma
A member from ADC
» House Examination Committee
Dr. Poonam Rathi (Convener)
Dr. Madhu Bala
Mr. Nagendra
Ms. Poonam Sahore
A member from Mathematics department
» Magazine and Annual Report Committee
Ms. Ansul Rao (Convener)
Dr. Mamta Singla
Ms. Punita Sethi
A member from History department
» Discipline Committee
Dr. Mamta Sehrawat (Convener)
Dr. Poonam Rathi
Ms. Shashi Gulia
Mr. Vikas Chaudhary
A member from Economics department
A member from Hindi department
» Prize and Sports Committee
Dr. Raj Bhardwaj (Convener)
Dr. Hemvati Sharma
Dr. Mamta Sehrawat
Ms. Punam Dagar
Dr. Suman Singh
» Purchase Committee
Principal (Chairperson)
Ms. Sushma Rani Khurana (Convener)
Bursar (Dr. Rachna Mohan)
Dr. Nalini Mathur
Teacher Incharge of Indenting Department/ Lab
» Library Committee
Ms. Anupama Agarwal (Convener)
Ms. Poonam Dagar
Dr. Raj Bhardwaj
Ms. Shashi Gulia
Dr. Vandana Gupta
A member from Biology department
» Admission Committee
Dr. Rita Dhankar (Convener)
Dr. Rani Shankar Mishra (Co-Convener)
Dr. Charru Sharma
Dr. Rashmi Sharma
Ms. Uma Nijhawan
A member from Physics department
» Time Table Committee
Dr. Alokka Dutta (Convener)
Ms. Ansul Rao
Dr. Hemvati Sharma
Ms. Parminder Sehgal
Ms. Pushpa Kumari
A member from Biology department
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Dr. Nalini Mathur
Dr. Vandana Sharma



Courses

Bhagini Nivedita College (BNC), New Delhi Delhi runs course(s) in Arts, Commerce, Science stream(s).
B.A. (Hons) Hindi
B.A. Programme
B.Com.
B.Sc. Physical Sciences

Approval details: Bhagini Nivedita College (BNC) is affiliated with Delhi University, New Delhi (Delhi)

Profile of Bhagini Nivedita College (BNC)

Bhagini Nivedita College (BNC) is a constituent college of University of Delhi. It was established by the then Delhi Administration in August, 1993 as a Womens College in the South Western part of Delhi. It is now funded and supported by the Government of Delhi.

The college is named after Sister Nivedita, a disciple of Swami Vivekanand who dedicated her whole life for the education and welfare of women. Its campus is located adjacent to village Kair near to Najafgarh in a clean and green environment surrounded by farms and trees.

Starting with only B A (Pass), B A (Hons.) Hindi in 1993, BNC has progressively added more courses. B.Com (Pass) was introduced in 1996-97. BNC was the first Delhi University college to offer Apparel Dsign and Construction course in 1997.

B.A. Programme replaced the B A (Pass) course in 2004. A variety of new application courses were also instituted along with it. BNC became an arts,commerce and science college with the launching of B.Sc Applied Physical Sciences course in 2007.

Currently, the college has over 800 students pursuing four different graduate courses. Annual admissions had gone up to 322 students in 2008 consisting of 221 for the B.A. Programme, 55 for B.Com. Course, 24 for the B.A. Honours Degree in Hindi and 22 for the newly introduced B.Sc.Programme in Applied Physical Sciences (Computer Science).

There are over 500 students who have taken the B A Programme. Students of B A Programme have the option to choose different dicipline courses in fields such as Apparel Design and Construction, Computer Application, Family and Child Welfare, Food Technology, Music, Nutrition and Health Education, Office Management and Secretarial Practice, Economics, English, Hindi, Political Science, Sanskrit, and History. In addition, they can choose from large collection of application courses.

Over 100 students are studying B Com Course. B A Hons (Hindi) has 57 students followed by 35 students in B Sc Applied Physical Sciences Course (comprising first and second year students only).

BNC has a total teaching faculty of 48 members consisting of 37 permanent and 11 Adhoc/Guest members. The total number of Non Teaching Staff working in the college is also 48. This includes 36 permanent and 12 Adhoc posts.

Since its inception, BNC has built up an impressive reputation and record in both academics and sports. The teaching faculty consists of highly qualified academicians. It has excellent laboratories, infrastructure facilities and supporting staff.



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Two students die after falling from tractor

New Delhi: Two Delhi University students were killed and another was injured on Tuesday when they fell from a tractor in west Delhi while returning home from their college, police said.

The incident took place in Haridas Nagar when the students were returning home. Preeti Sharma and Anjali Jha, both aged 19 and residents of Uttam Nagar in west Delhi, were killed in the accident while Deepika (18), a resident of Sagarpur in the area, was seriously injured.

All of them were students of Bhagini Nivedita College at Kair village, six km from Najafgarh.As not many buses operate from Najafgarh to Kair village, the girls used to take lift from vehicles going there.All the three were standing on the hook that connects the tractor with the trolley. When the tractor took a right turn, the three lost their balance and fell on the road and came under the wheels of the tractor, a senior police official said.

Preeti is a second year BCom student while Anjali is a second year BA student. They were declared brought dead at Rao Tula Ram Memorial Hospital.Deepika, who was critical, was later shifted to the Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital where she is undergoing treatment.

Tractor Driver Virendra, resident of Bahadurgarh in Haryana, was arrested.

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