List of Best Colleges in Delhi University for B.Com Programme
Studied commerce in high school, without mathematics? You can still study in Delhi University, if you choose the B.Com Programme, as your course.
Based on official ranking, popularity, reputation amongst the students and heritage, here is a list of some of the best colleges in Delhi University, which offer B.Com Programme as a degree course.
1. Sri Venkateshwara:
Established in 1961 and fondly known as Venky, the college is considered as one if the best colleges in the country.
The first cut off in 2019 was 96.75 percent.
2. Kirorimal college:
Located near Kamla Nagar, Kirori Mal College is one of the best colleges in north campus.
The first cut off in 2019 was 91.5 percent.
3. Ramjas College:
Ramjas College is one of the first three colleges established under Delhi University. Apart from studies you are in for a lot of political and co-curricular exposure here.
The first cut off in 2019 was 97 percent.
4. Jesus and Mary College:
Jesus and Mary College is one of the best women-only colleges in the South Campus, University of Delhi.
Some might say that the college is no different from a school with its no mirrors in the washrooms and morning assemblies; however the experience and the quality of education imparted is totally worth it.
The first cut off in 2019 was 96.5 percent.
5. Daulat Ram College:
Another Women-only college in Delhi University is Daulat Ram College, established in 1960.
Founded by Shri Daulat Ram Gupta, the college also provides education at master’s levels
The first cut off in 2019 was 96 percent.
6. Kamala Nehru College:
Although in the South Campus of Delhi University, Kamala Nehru College is one of the top 28 commerce colleges in India.
The first cut off in 2019 was 94 percent.
7. Delhi College of Arts and Commerce:
Situated in Netaji Nagar, Delhi College of Arts and Commerce is one of the best Commerce and Arts colleges in the university.
The first cut off in 2019 was 96.50.
8. SGTB Khalsa College:
Established in 1951, the college is one of the most prestigious institutions in the university.
The college is a Sikh minority college thus, offering a reservation for Sikhs.
The first cutoff in 2019 was 96.75