NIRF RANKING 2022:AIR 34                                                                                                                                                                        ACCREDITED GRADE 'A' BY NAAC                                                                                                                                            STAR STATUS BY DEPARTMENT OF BIOTECHNOLOGY, GOVT. OF INDIA


Under this category, the PwD students getting fellowships/ financial assistance may be exempted from fees/charges/mess fees.


Under this category, the PwD students getting fellowships/ financial assistance may be exempted from fees/charges/mess fees.


1. The College provides freeships to Ist, IInd and IIIrd year students of the economically weaker section from each course.

2. Freeship is open to all categories, i.e. General, SC, ST, OBC, EWS and PwD.

3. The forms of freeships can be obtained from the College office (to be filled in September every year).


1. Prizes are awarded to students scoring the highest marks in each course each year, provided the aggregate is 55% or above.

2. All Rounder Student Achiever award to IIIrd year students from each course.

3. All Rounder Fresher's Award to Ist year student from each course.

4. Radha Sai Ram Memorial Award to the best student of Chemistry (Hons.) Ist year.

5. Durga Devi Memorial Prize to the best student of Chemistry (Hons.) IInd year.

6. Dr. Sita Srivastava Memorial Award of Rs. 11000 along with trophy to the best all rounder student from IInd or IIIrd year.

7. Prof. B.L. Verma Memorial Scholarship of Rs. 3000 for needy students (Annual Fees Waiver).

8. Late Smt. Lajwanti Chawla and Late Shri Nand Lal Chawla Memorial Scholarship of Rs. 1100 each, for the best students from each of Ist, IInd and IIIrd year of B.A. Hindi (Hons.), and B.A. (Prog.).

9. Late Shri Raj Kumar Kochhar and Late Smt. Dr. Pushpa Kochhar Awards as: ‘Pushpanjali Award', a Meritorious Scholarship Award of Rs. 5000 each for the Ist and IInd position holders of B.A. Hindi (Hons.) of all three years.

10. Shri Ashwani Wadhwa Scholarship of Rs. 5000 each for 10 needy students.

11. Dr. Savita M. Datta Memorial Prize of Rs. 5000 each, to the best student of Physics (Hons.) of all three years.

12. Late Shri J.P. Gupta Memorial Scholarship of Rs. 2000 each for excellence in Zoology/ Life Sciences for Ist and IInd position holders of B.Sc. Zoology (Hons.) and Life Sciences.


1. Candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes/ Tribes are awarded scholarships by the states to they belong. Such students are advised to obtain application forms from the accounts section immediately after admission.

2. Undergraduate Science Meritorious Award is given to the students who secure the highest marks in B.Sc. (Hons.) Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology, by the University.

3. INSPIRE Scholarship for Higher Education (SHE) is a scholarship programme implemented by the Department of Science and Technology (DST), Government of India, for Science students. More details can be found at

4. The Government of Delhi also offers various scholarships to the meritorious and needy students of Delhi who are studying at different levels of education. A detailed list of Delhi scholarships available at

5. In addition, many scholarships are being given by the Central Government. Interested students can visit the National Scholarship Portal, for more details.


❖ List of Students Benefited in 2019-20

❖ List of Students Benefited in 2020-21


A student's claim for freeship/ scholarship will be entertained only if she submits her application on time. The continuance of any freeship, scholarship or grant of other privileges depends on satisfactory academic progress, regular attendance, discipline and good conduct. In addition, every benefitted student has to abide by the College rules and regulations.