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#Admissions 2022: College Profile- Sri Venkateswara College

With the commencement of the 2022 admission season, several DU aspirants are surrounded by confusion over which college to choose, and what would be best for them. Here we present the college profile of Sri Venkateswara College of the University of Delhi.

Established in 1961 in New Delhi, Sri Venkateswara Institution is a constituent college of the University of Delhi. It is managed by the UGC and Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams. Located in Dhaula Kuan, New Delhi, the college is ranked 14th by the NIRF ranking 2022.


The college offers 20 undergraduate degrees in Humanities, Commerce and Science. These include:

  • B.A. (Honours)- English, Hindi, Sanskrit, Economics, History, Political Science, Sociology
  • B.A. (Programme)
  • B.Com (Honours)
  • B.Com (Programme)
  • B.Sc (Programme) Life Sciences
  • B.Sc.(Honours)- Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Botany, Zoology, Biological Sciences, Bio-Chemistry, Electronics, Statistics

The college also provides provision for various add-on courses that can be pursued by the students along with their regular courses. More details regarding these courses are available on the college website.


Various scholarships are provided by the college for meritorious students. If eligible, a student can avail the following scholarships:

  • Merit cum Means Scholarship for Professional and Technical Courses.
  • Post Matric Scholarships Scheme for Minorities.


Sri Venkateswara College is renowned for its well-equipped ICT and science labs. For full-time students who are not residents of Delhi, the college offers hostel accommodations. The college features a comprehensive and varied library. The college actively hosts and participates in various co-curricular activities.

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