Colleges go all out with facilities for students
Sri ram college of commerce may have got its set of ACs, but other colleges are not far behind. They?re offering additional facilities to students. For instance, male students can tread Daulat Ram college for short-term language courses.Updated: May 23, 2006 11:51 IST
Sri ram college of commerce (srcc) may have got its set of ACs, but other colleges are not far behind. They’re offering additional facilities to students. For instance, male students can tread Daulat Ram college for short-term language courses.
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Colleges like Hindu are expected to introduce some interesting short-term courses in areas like acting skills. If infrastructure changes are a norm this summer, then unusual courses also find a place in the new plans.
For instance, Hindu College is hoping to introduce three short-term courses like journalism and film course, acting skills and electronics and computers for chemistry students.
“We might rope in faculty from NSD and Sriram Centre after clearance,” said Kavita Sharma, Principal, Hindu College. Khalsa College too has proposed to introduce a specially designed science block for bioscience and life science courses, a PG diploma in international finance while its auditorium is being renovated in a big way.
Principal Jaswinder Singh said, “We have a seating capacity of 650 here and are introducing state-of-the-art equipment from lighting equipment to stage props. This is being done with view of introducing media-related courses in the future.
Classrooms, furniture and other things are also being revamped in a better way to suit student needs.” Meanwhile Daulat Ram College has opened its gates to male students by allowing them to enroll in its short term language courses such as French, German, Spanish, Chinese, Japanese, Russian and Korean.
SRCC has also proposed to the university authorities to set up a complex equipped with a computer and utility centre, bank and a cooperative store for students.
First Published: May 23, 2006 11:51 IST