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How to apply to Miranda House?
The admission of foreign students for all courses is centralized and students should approach
The Office of Foreign Students Advisor
c/o Faculty of Management Studies
University of Delhi, Delhi 110 007
All selected candidates are required to fill the College Admission Form attached to the Prospectus. Candidates who have applied using the Centralized Pre-admission Form or the College Online Admission Form are additionally required to procure the Prospectus and fill the Green Admission Form attached to it.
Submission of Original
All candidates, at the time of admission to the college, are required to submit the following certificates in original:
Candidates who are unable to produce any of the above mentioned certificates either because their university/ board has not issued the same till the last date of admission or because of any other reason are given provisional admission till 16 August 2008. If the candidate is unable to submit the requisite documents by the required date, her admission automatically stands cancelled.
SC/ ST Category
candidates are admitted through the Office of the Dean of Students Welfare, University of Delhi. They are required to submit an attested copy of the SC/ ST certificate issued by anyone of the following competent authorities:
The certificates should be in the name
of the student and not in the name of the parent.
Widows/ Wives/ Children of the Personnel of the Armed Forces and Paramilitary Forces killed or disabled in action during the wars, 1947 onwards, or of those who have passed away while on duty, must submit a certificate to that effect from any of the following:
Foreign Students are admitted
through the Office of the Foreign Students Advisor, in accordance
with the University of Delhi procedures.
(i)In accordance with the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India directive, all foreign students are required to undergo a medical examination within a month of their admission. Initially, they will be admitted provisionally. Their admission will be confirmed only on production of valid medical fitness certificates.
Trends:Cut offs(2008-2009)Cut-off List
|Subject||General category||OBC Category|
|B.A. Programme||80% (Humanities) -
86% (Science and Commerce)
|78% (H)84% (Sc and C)|
|B.A. Programme (Functional Hindi)||75% (Humanities)85% (Science and Commerce)- 60% in class XII hindi and 80% in class X hindi||73% (H) 82% (Sc and C)- 60% in class XII hindi and 80% in class X hindi|
|B.A. (Honours) English||89% for humanities, 90% for science, 94% for commerce: with 85% in core/functional English OR 87% for humanities, 88% for science, 92% for commerce: with 80% in elective English||87% (H), 88% (Sc), 92% ©: with 83% in core/functional English OR science, 90 for commerce : with 78% in Elective English|
|B.A. (Honours) Hindi||67% for humanities
72% for science and commerce (68% in core hindi and 63% in elective hindi)
|65% for humanities
70% for science and commerce (67% in core hindi and 62% in elective
|B.A. (Honours) Economics||94% for commerce, 91.5% for science and humanities : with 60% in English and 70% in Maths excluding business Maths||90.5% for commerce, science and humanities : with 60% in English and 70% in Maths excluding business Maths|
|B.A. (Honours) History||78.5% for humanities, 81% for science* and 82% for commerce: with 68% in English||76.5% for humanities, 80% for science and 81% for commerce: with 60% in English|
|B.A. (Honours)Philosophy||77.5% (with 65% in English)||75% (with 65% in English)|
|B.A. (Honours) Geography||84% for humanities with 88% in geography and 85% for humanities without geography, science and commerce : 65% in English for all||82.5% for humanities with 84% in geography and 83% for humanities without geography, science and commerce :65% in English for all|
|B.A. (Honours) Political Science||82% for humanities with 80% in Pol. Science, 84% for humanities with or without Pol. Science, 87% for commerce and science : 65% in English for all categories||80.5% for humanities with 80% in Pol. Science, 82.5%
for humanities with or without Pol. Science, 85.5% for commerce and
: 65% in English for all categories
|B.A. (Honours) Sociology||85.75% with 70% in English||84.25% with 65% in English|
|B.A. (Honours) Mathematics||85% with 90% in Maths||82% with 88% in Maths|
|B.A. (Honours) Sanskrit||50% - with 60% in class XII Sanskrit or with 70% in class X Sanskrit||49%|
|B.Sc. Applied Physical Science||75% in PMC/CS||73.33% in PMC/CS|
|B.Sc. Life Science||76.33% in PCB/BT||75% in PCB/BT|
|B.Sc. (Honours)||80.66% PCM||79.33%|
UNIVERSITY OF DELHI
DELHI - 110007
Telephone Number: +91 - 11 - 27666983, 27667437, 27667367
Facsimile Number: +91 - 11 - 27667437
Information on courses and academics
Under graduate Courses offered by the College
- B.A. Programme
- B.A. Programme with Functional Hindi
- B.A. Honours in
- B.Sc. Life Sciences
- B.Sc. Applied Physical Science
- B. El. Ed. (4 year course)
Post graduate courses offered by the
M.A. Programme: The same subjects are offered as at the B. A. Honours level except for Political Science, Geography and Sociology.
The same subjects are offered as at the B. Sc. Honours level.
Additionally, the college offers M. Sc. in
Add on Courses offered in the college
Bhasha Setu: A Translation Course in Hindi, English, Hindi
Foreign Language Center: Miranda House offers
Certificate Courses in: French, German, Spanish, Russian
Green Chemistry and Environment:
Media Studies (Electronic Media and Television Patrakarita)
Television Journalism and Photography