ARSD: What a fresher can expect?

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As the DU admission process is just about to begin, freshers are busy in finding out the perfect college for them. And this time DUE brings you all that you need to know about Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma (ARSD) College, read on to find out.

Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma (ARSD) College, is a hidden gem of the South Campus of DU. ARSD offers many courses including honours in Economics, History, Political Science, B.Com, Chemistry and Computer science. While most graduate aspirants aim for North Campus, gone are the times when North campus college’s education was considered superior. With highly experienced faculty members, guiding students and a disciplined yet fun atmosphere surrounding all, ARSD is no less than a dream college. It is due to conjoined persistence of students, teachers, principal and other staff members that ARSD has been in the top 15 every year, NIRF ranked ARSD thirteen this year as well. How will your life be at this college?

Quirks

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One thing is for sure, after a long day at college you won’t have to walk long distances, as Durgabai Deshmukh South Campus metro station is less than two minutes away. And if you are thinking of hanging out, Satya Niketan will always have your back. Whether you’ve had a tiring dull day or need to do something fun, Satya Niketan and its welcoming roads, restaurants and lounges will help you feel instantly better. It will be extremely tough to resist having Mom Hand’s momos every day or just chilling in various cafes.

Campus life

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The college has been divided into two parts, the science building and the commerce department block. While the CD block is relatively new, you’ll definitely find everyone hanging around the canteen area or in the huge luscious gardens. The buzzing gardens, the huge library, open corridors and the bustling canteen area will remind you that you are part of an amazing community. Moreover, Mother Dairy will always be there to help you beat the grim summers of Delhi.

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There’s a place for everyone in ARSD. One can choose from a number of co-curricular societies; Dance, Fashion, Theatre, Photography, Film Appreciating Society, Entrepreneurship cell, Placement Cell, Equal Opportunity cell, Enactus, Debating and many more. The college will definitely help you find your passion and hobbies. Annual fests, departmental fests, competitions will keep you busy and serve as a distraction from the monotony of attending classes.

Placements

The placement cell works all round the year to provide students with the best experience. Internship and placement fair is organised every year, this year 80 companies showed up include SpiceJet, Decathlon and many more. While the competition may be high, recent trends have shown students opting for higher studies.

In short, anywhere you go, it will be on your calibre where you end up. That being said, ARSD will definitely make your college life exciting and fruitful.

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Anamika Ghai
I'm from Chandigarh, currently settled in Delhi, for my university. The pollution got the best of me, but I try.

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