Miranda House College is a dream of many. The college is only for the women from faculty to everything is only for women. The vibe college holds is something that you can’t get anywhere else. No matter Miranda House offered courses only for women but still it is one of the topest colleges of Delhi University.
In terms of infrastructure it is just fabulous, you must have seen Kabir Singh. Kabir Singh movie shoot in Miranda house.
Miranda house college is a women college which is a part of North Campus, University of Delhi. Established in 1948, it offers degrees in the sciences and liberal arts. Everything you get in this college is something top class, from exposure to education and from vibe to food.
According to the 2020 NIRF ranking Miranda house is the number 1 college of India. And this is not the first time Miranda House so many times archives the top position in ranking list.
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The list of the curricula of any top college is big and deep. Miranda house is a also a one of the topest college so its focus on extra Curiculam activities. List of society is mentioned below.
Not just placement, Miranda house provides Internship so students can get prepared for placement itself. As Miranda houses its placement cell is also very active. Every year so many students from different courses get placement.
List of the alumai is very big, in fact it is a top college so the list of alumni should be big. Mentioning a name of few, Sheila Dixit, Malika Sharawat, Anita Desai, Shovana Narayan, Mira Nair, Anjolie Ela Menon, Sheila Dikshit, Mallika Sherawat, Nandita Das, Brinda Karat, Urvashi Butalia, Ritu Menon, Anuja Chauhan, Mouni Roy, Rakhi Lochab and many more.
No. 1 College Miranda House, what are you Waiting for. Everything you get in college is fabulous with an affordable fee. Anyone can get into it. Let me remind you this college is only for women.
Golden Jubilee Awards: This award replaces the Silver Jubilee Award which was instituted with donations made by the Principal and members of the faculty in the Silver Jubilee Year 1973. The first Silver Jubilee Award was given in the academic year 1974-75. In the Golden Jubilee Year it was renamed as the Golden Jubilee Award. It was first given in the academic year 1997-98.
The Golden Jubilee Award is given to two third year students – one from Humanities and Social Sciences; and one from the Sciences including B.Sc. (H) Mathematics. Till 2014, the award was in the nature of a Rolling Trophy and a Certificate of Merit. From the academic year 2014-15, each award also includes a prize of Rs 7500.
Academic Performance: Applicants from Humanities and Social Sciences should have at least 55% marks; and those from the Sciences including Mathematics should have at least 60% marks. Applicants should have no academic backlog and also have the requisite 66.7% attendance as per University guidelines.
Extracurricular and Co-curricular Activities: Participation is necessary in at least two categories of activities from amongst (a) Cultural/ Extracurricular activities; (b) Organization of department/ College functions; and (c) Co-curricular activities NCC/ Sports/ Social Service.
By: Geetu Katyal