Top 10 Arts Colleges of Delhi University

With the new academic session about to begin we’re back with our latest rankings for DU Colleges.In this article,we’ve covered the Top 10 institutions for Arts courses in the prestigious Delhi University.

1. Lady Shri Ram College For Women

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Considered as the best college in India for women,Lady Shri Ram College isn’t a surprise to this list.With its cutoff touching as high as 98% every year for some course or the other,this is one college which is on every woman aspirants mind because you can’t ignore Elsa’.

Cutoff Range : 95% to 98%

2. St Stephens College282439838_c9df0599891

St Stephens College is well known not just in India but globally as well.The college has given a number of economists,researchers,activists,corporate honchos,public policy makers to the world.Also,it’s one of the toughest colleges to get admission because clearing cutoff doesn’t guarantee you an admit.(Ask the CBSE Topper Sarthak Aggarwal who was wait listed at Stephens and eventually joined SRCC).

Cutoff Range : 95% to 99%

3. Miranda House

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Miranda College is Delhi University’s shaan. The college was recently declared the best college in India in Human Resource Development Ministry’s NIRF Rankings for the second time in a row.The college has a great faculty,an atmosphere where students seriously study and is a foodies heaven because it has 4 canteens in a single campus, can you believe that?

Cutoff Range : 94% to 98%

4. Hindu College

Hindu College’s annual cultural fest is probably one of the best in Delhi University and the only one which acts as a serious rival to SRCC’s Crossroads.Along with a long list of powerful and popular alumni,Hindu College is a great option for students who want a great college life.

Cutoff Range : 94% to 97%

5. Hansraj College

Hansraj College is the best college in Delhi University offering education in all the three streams-Science,Arts & Commerce.Not to forget the college has a ‘Lovers Point’ on campus and the legendary Shah Rukh Khan as one of its alumni.

Cutoff Range : 93% to 97%

6. Ramjas College

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A college which can be called the JAAN of North Campus.With a lot of fun taking place on campus along with a lot of politics,Ramjas as a college would never disappoint you.The college and students are extremely cool and its adda is the popular-The Sutta Lane.

Also Read-Top-10 Commerce Colleges in Delhi University

7. Delhi College of Arts & Commerce

The college has grown tremendously in a short span of time.With a very strong society culture and an uber crowd the college is counted among top colleges in South Delhi.

Cutoff Range : 88% to 95%

8. Sri Venkateswara College

The college is popularly known as Venky in the student circles.Located right opposite to Satya Niketan-the hub of students in South Campus,you’ll find everything here-good food,focus on academics,politics and anything else you can think of.

Cutoff Range : 90% to 95%

9. Jesus & Mary College

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The college is located in the plush Chanakyapuri area surrounded by foreign embassies on all side.The college has a very strict attitude towards attendance and you can really not afford to miss a lecture here,even if they are on till 4 PM but hey you can always go and chill at Taj CCD barely 2 minutes away between your lectures to relax.

Cutoff Range : 88% to 95%

10. Indraprastha College For Women

Possibly the most beautiful college of Delhi University.Located in the Civil Lines area of New Delhi it is an example of how beautiful the British Architecture was.The college has its own swimming pool and you can’t miss lectures here because they seriously won’t allow you to sit for exams if your attendance goes below the 2/3rd mark.The college has its own course BMMMC which is one of the most future ready Mass Communication courses in the country right now.

Cutoff Range : 90% to 96%

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