Dyal Singh College
Dyal Singh College
Admission: 011-24365948, 24367819
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Course B.A., B.Com, B.Sc.
Establishment 1959
Management Yes
Afilated to University of Delhi
DYAL SINGH COLLEGE was  founded in accordance with  the  will of 
Sardar Dyal Singh Majithia,  one of the  greatest sons ofPunjab,  in  Lahore.
Sardar Dyal Singh belonged to the  Shergil or Gill clan of Sardars of Majitha village near Amritsar. He is also well-known as the ?Founder of TheTribune and one who bequeathed his largely self-earned assets including prestigious buildings in  Lahore and  lands in  Amritsar, Lahore and Gurdaspur  districts worth about Rs.30 lakh in 1898  to two  trusts which established Dyal Singh College and  Dyal Singh Public Library in Lahore.  SardarDyal Singh Majitha was a great  philanthropist and  lover of education.  A man ofgreat vision andaction,  he donated all  his assets  for the  propagationof  education. He hadan unusually farsighted vision.  He wanted to generate a  scientificoutlook in the  minds   of  the   common   people who  suffered  from  blind  faith   andsuperstition. He  wanted to  eradicate  orthodox  and irrelevant  views.

 A little lesser known fact is that Sardar Dyal Singh was one among the 17 "good men and true"
who decided in 1884 to found the Indian National Congress.
 He sailed for England in 1874, and in his
interactions  with  intellectual luminaries there,  he  gained  an enormous intellect. While in India,  he 
came  into  contact  with  many  architects  of  Modern  India such as  Rabindranath Tagore,  Swami
Vivekanand, Swami Dayanand,  Dadabhai Naoroji and Mahadev Ranade,  which influenced his beliefs 
and  thought  processes.

 

        After independence, the torch of his three Trusts was kept alive in India. In the field of education,
one college was established at Karnaland another in Delhi by late Dewan Anand Kumar, an eminent 
educationist and ex-Vice-Chancellor of Punjab University.

The College started functioning in the capital as a constituent College of the University of

Delhi in 1959 and was taken over by the University of Delhi as a University maintained College in 1978.

The College is  centrally  located  at Lodhi Road  in  South Delhi in the 
vicinity  of  Lodhi Gardens,  Jawaharlal Nehru Sports Stadium ,  CII ,  WWF,
Safdarjung Tomb ,  Humayun Tomb, India Habitat Centre, India International
Centre, CGO Complex and many other institutions of national / international
significance.

During recent years, the College has registered an  impressive  quantitative and 
qualitative  improvement.  The  quality  of  the  incoming  students  and  the 
University results have shown a progressive upward movement;  the addition 
of essential amenities and other facilities for students has made the College
a prestigious  institution for  academic and co-curricular activities. The College magazine, The ?NEW STAR? provides a  forum  to  the students  for expressing  their views and  reviewing the various activities  during the year.

Presently, the College is imparting education to 3300 students including foreign students in 19 courses (including 2 post graduate courses) through 19 departmentsconsisting of over 200 well qualified faculty members and about 100 non teaching staff members.

The faculty of the College has been encouraged to take interest in research programmes besides teaching and at present eight research programmes are going on in the College in the departments of Physics, Chemistry, Political Science and Commerce.

                            HUMANITIES

1.                        B.A. (Programme)

2.                        B.A. (Hons.) Political Science

3.                        B.A. (Hons.) History

4.                        B.A. (Hons.) Geography

5.                        B.A. (Hons.) Economics

6.                        B.A. (Hons.) English

7.                        B.A. (Hons.) Hindi

                           COMMERCE

8.                        B.Com

9.                        B.Com (Hons.)

                            SCIENCE

10.                       B.Sc. Physical Science

11.                       B.Sc. Life Science

12                        B.Sc. Physical Sc Computer Sc

13.                       B.Sc. (Hons.) Physics

14.                       B.Sc. (Hons.) Chemistry

15.                       B.Sc. (Hons.) Botany

16.                       B.Sc. (Hons.) Zoology

17.                       B.Sc. (Hons.) Maths

Campus:

The college is centrally located at Lodhi Road in South Delhi in the vicinityof Lodhi Gardens, Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Safdarjung Tomb, Humayun Tomb,India Habitat Centre, India International Centre, CGO Complex and many otherinstitutions of national/international significance. Veryconveniently located right next to the JLN Metro station Gate 5, Dyal SinghCollege is also very easily accessible by DTC buses, and has a huge bus standcalled Focal Point right opposite it. The area has a lot of colleges, offices,various government and army quarters, it also houses the excellent newJawaharlal Nehru Stadium.
The facilities available on campus 48 class rooms, including 07 eco friendlybamboo based classrooms, 18 Laboratories (including computer labs), A seminarhall with a seating capacity of 120, One open air amphitheatre with a seatingcapacity of 1000, An auditorium with a seating capacity of 210 with state ofart facilities, A well equipped library with over 90000 books, a large numberof periodicals and journals and  internetfacility., A spacious canteen. The College has a generator for power back up,Security Lights for sufficient visibility during night, A 600 KVA ElectricPanel, Synthetic basket ball court 40 computer with internet enabled laboratoryfor students and faculty Furnished faculty Rooms, A prize winning lush greenlawn.


LibraryFacilities:

DyalSingh College have its one Library, The library contains over 80,000  books and we  subscribe  to a  large  number of  periodicals and  journals.

Thelibrary has different categories of documents, viz., books, E-books (print,floppy, CD-ROM), magazines (print, CD-ROM), subject journals and currentnewspapers. The book collection is divided into lending collection andreference collection. Lending collection includes the books, which are issuedto the members of DSECL.

Allstudents and staff (teaching and non teaching) can become member of thelibrary. All student members are given a number of library tickets. The numbersof library tickets depend on the type of member.

ComputerFacilities:

TheCollege has well equipped Computer Lab. Also, it is well equipped with PowerGenerators in order to avoid power cuts. All the classrooms are ventilatedproperly and provide an ideal environment for studies. The Computer Lab contain40 Computer presently with internet facility.


Placement Facilities:

PlacementCell of Dyal Singh College, led by Mrs. Neetu Bharti has been actively engagedin placement of students in various multinational companies and Governmentsector. A placement drive was conducted by IBM in college campus in which 38students from various streams got selected. BVG (Bharat Vikas Group) Ltd. Alsoconducted a placement drive in college in which seven students from variousfields got selected. Around 40 students have got selected in written test conductedby ICICI and 12 in the final interview. Carrier.net also selected few studentsfrom the college in written test.

Anawareness programme from Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) was also organised byplacement cell. Also, a counselling session and interactive programme on GD& PI from Career Launcher was organised for students.

Address Lodhi Road, New Delhi-110003
E-mail go2dayalsingh@yahoo.com
Website http://dsc.du.ac.in
Phone 011-24365948, 24367819



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