Delhi University

Sree Ram College Of Commerce

Sree Ram College Of Commerce


1 .Sree Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) -

SRCC was established by educationist and industrialist, late Lala Shri Ram. Apart from SRCC, he also owned the erstwhile famous company, DCM Shriram. The institute was established first in Daryaganj and shifted to its present location in the North Campus, Delhi University only in 1957. The present location is 17 acres (69,000 m2) campus with large educational and recreational areas.Founded in 1926 in New Delhi, it is one of the oldest and one of the most prestigious institutes of higher learning in Commerce and Economics in India. SRCC has been consistently ranked as India's no.1 institution for studies in Commerce. As a result, the college is now considered synonymous with success and brilliance. Current under-graduate students and former students of the college are colloquially known as SRites.

Contact Number-011 2766 2319

2. Hindu College

Hindu College is one of the most distinguished colleges in India and functions under the affiliation of University of Delhi in DelhiIndia. Founded in 1899, it offers undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Science,Humanities and Social Sciences. The college is also amongst the oldest in Delhi. Hindu College is ranked among the top colleges in India for humanities, science & commerce.

contact number-011 2766 7184

3. KMC

Kirori Mal College began as Nirmala College, started by American Jesuits in the wake of partition. It was located on Qutub Road. Faced with intractable problems relating to the staff in the period following the partition, the management of the college changed hands and the trust founded by Seth Kirori Mal took over the college. The college shifted to its present campus on 1 February 1954.The college celebrated its Golden Jubilee in February 2004 .Kirori Mal College is a co-educational constituent and a part of north campus, University of Delhi.It has successfully maintained its place as one of the finest within the University of Delhi.

Contact number-011 2766 7861

4. Hansraj College

HansRaj College was founded by the D.A.V. College Managing Committee on July 26, 1948 in memory of the prominent Indian educator and nationalist Mahatma Hansraj. Started as an institution for men, the college became co-educational in 1978. It is one of the largest institutions of D.A.V group, which runs and manages over 700 institutions in India. With over 5,000 students, it is also one of the largest constituent colleges of the University of Delhi.[2] For years Hans Raj College has been ranked among the Top-10 colleges of India in all three disciplines.

Hansraj College (HRC) (Hindi: हंस राज कॉलेज) is a constituent college of the University of Delhi, in New DelhiIndia. The college offers studies in Science, Liberal Arts and Commerce. Since its foundation in 1948, the college has produced notable alumni who are prominent leaders in their fields nationally and internationally.

Contact Number- 011 2766 7458

5. Lady Shri Ram College

Established in 1956 in New Delhi by the late Lala Shri Ram in memory of his wife Phoolan Devi (Lady Shri Ram), the college had its modest beginnings in a school building in Daryaganj, Central Delhi with 243 students, 9 faculty, 4 support staff and 3 distinct courses of study. Today, the college, located in a 15-acre (61,000 m2) campus in Lajpat Nagar in South Delhi, has approximately 2000 students, over 150 faculty, administrative and support staff and 16 courses of study.[2] LSR's infrastructure includes a newly refurbished, computerized user-friendly library with internet access 1,20,000 books, 5000 online journals & 127 in house journals & periodicals. It is guided by a Board of Governors, drawn from the fields of industry, law, journalism, academics and the bureaucracy, under the Chairmanship of industrialist and philanthropist, Dr. Bharat Ram. The new principal of LSR is Dr Suman Sharma.

Lady Shri Ram College for Women (LSR) is a constituent women's college of the University of Delhi for Social Sciences, Humanities and Commerce. 

Contact Number- 011 2643 4459

6. Daulat Ram College (DRC)

DRC is a women's college under University of Delhi that was founded in 1960. Originally called Pramila College, it was named Daulat Ram College after educationist Daulat Ram Gupta. In 1964 it was shifted to Patel Marg among other college campuses in North Campus. It is one of the top 30 colleges of University of Delhi.

The college has 19 departments which offer undergraduate courses in ArtsScience and Commerce

Contact-011 2766 7863

7. Jesus and Mary

the college was founded by Religious of Jesus and Mary, a Roman Catholic Congregation founded by St. Claudine Thevenet or known as Mary of St. Ignatius (1774–1837) in Lyon, France in 1818. Convent of Jesus and Mary, Delhi was established in 1919, and thereafter a college for women in Delhi and the college was founded in July 1968. At the time of opening, the college offered only two degrees: English (Hons.) and BA (Pass), but quickly expanded to offer degrees in other subjects.  It is located in chanakayapuri(diplomatic enclave),New Delhi. 

Contact Number-011 2611 0041

8. Sri Venkateshwara College

The college started up in 1961 in a school building of the Andhra Education Society in Rouse Avenue (now Deen Dyal Uppadhyay Marg near ITO), New Delhi, with 271 students and 13 faculty members. The foundation stone of the present campus was laid on 20 August 1961 by Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, former president of India (then vice-president). The college moved into this newly constructed campus at Dhaula Kuan, New Delhi, on 25 August 1971. In August 2010, the college celebrated its golden anniversary ushering in the fiftieth year of pioneering excellence in the field of education.

Contact Number-011 2411 2196

 Located in South Campus, Venkateshwara College is one of the most prominent colleges for Commerce and Humanities courses.

9. IP College for women

Indraprastha College for Women also known as Indraprastha College or (IP College) (Hindi: इंद्रप्रस्थ महिला कॉलेज)is the oldest women's college in Delhi; established in 1924, it is affiliated to University of Delhi.

The college offers Graduate and Post-graduate courses in Liberal Arts, Commerce, Literature, Computer Science, and Mass Media & Mass Communication etc., and is amongst the prestigious colleges of India.

Origins of IP College lie in the Indraprastha Girls School, which was founded in 1904, at the call of noted freedom fighter, educationist and theosophist Annie Besantby a group of Delhi theosophists, led by Lala Jugal Kishore, in Chhipiwara, Old DelhiIntermediate school was added in 1924 and the Indraprastha College for Women, came into being, with Leonora Gmeiner, (from Kapunda, South Australia) as its first principal.

Soon the University of Delhi, which itself was founded in 1922, recognised it as a constituent college. Degree courses were introduced in 1930s and in 1938, the University recognised I.P. college as a degree college. After its existence in Chhipiwara during its early years, the college moved to Chandrawali Bhawan, Civil Lines, to moved again to Alipur House at Alipur Road (now Sham Nath Road), the former office of Commander-in-Chief in 1938, near Kashmiri Gate, where it still exists today and the building has become a heritage property.

Contact Number- 011 2396 2009

10. Shaheed Bhagat Singh College

Shaheed Bhagat Singh College (SBSC) is a co-educational institute which was established in 1967. It is a constituent college of the University of Delhi. The college is named after Shaheed Bhagat Singh, an Indian freedom fighter who believed strongly in social justice.

The college was ranked at number 17 for the best Commerce colleges in India in 2012 as per India Today Survey group and at number 9 in Delhi's best commerce colleges in 2015. University Express ranked it at number 5 among all the Delhi university colleges, giving its faculty a full 10/10 score. The college offers both Graduate Degrees and Postgraduate Degrees.

Contact Number- 011 2925 0306