Venky joins the quota brigade
Sri Venkateswara college, one of the top colleges of Delhi has increased 11 seats in OBC quota, informs Ankita Gureja.delhi Updated: Jun 03, 2008 14:30 IST
One of most prestigious colleges of DU, Sri Venkateswara college (SVC) is ranked as the second best college of Delhi University for B.Com Programme. It is amongst the top ten colleges for B.Com (Hons) and had 60 seats for each of the above mentioned courses till last year.
Quota: The OBC quota seats for both B.Com (Hons) and B.Com (P) courses would increase by 11 seats. One needs to be either from science or commerce background to apply for these courses. "The cut-offs for B.Com (P) and B.Com (Hons) in our college are expected to increase in comparison to last year's cut-offs (91% for B.Com (P) and 92.5% for B.Com (Hons))" said Dr Venkat Kumar.
Fee structure: The fee is between Rs 4000-5000 and Rs 5000-6000 for B.Com (P) and B.Com (Hons) respectively. The course contents of B.Com (P) were revised in 2006 leading to a rise in the standard of education. SVC provides its commerce students with an active placement cell.
Career options: Students pursuing B.Com (P) and B.Com (Hons) here are selected by reputed companies like Maruti Suzuki, Delloitte, HCL, Google to name a few. There is large variety of career options for these students ranging from MBA to CA.
One can also opt for Actuarial Sciences, MA(Eco) or Msc (Eco/Finance/Marketing/Advertising). On being asked how SVC is better than other private colleges and Universities Dr Venkat Kumar says, " Our college has a good infrastructure and well qualified faculty to help students all the time."
B.Com (P) and B.Com (Hons) from a college like SVC can take a student to places and its ranks say it all.