SHRI RAM COLLEGE OF COMMERCE,
SHRI RAM COLLEGE OF COMMERCE, DELHI
The Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC), Delhi was founded in the year 1926 by Sir Shri Ram. It is one of the first Commerce and Economics institutes of India. It is located in North Delhi, University of Delhi. It was initially a Commercial School. Later on, in the year 1932, it was converted into a degree college. Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) is a specialised constituent college of the University of Delhi located in New Delhi, India. SRCC is the leading institute for higher studies in Commerce and Economics in India. SRCC started awarding undergraduate degrees in 1932 and graduate degrees in 1948. It received its present name and form in 1951. Although SRCC has accepted female students since 1933, it became truly co-educational only in 1957. The institute typically admits about 400 students annually to its graduate program - 320 in B.Com. and 80 in B.A.(Eco). It also admits about 50 students each year to its GBO program. These students are served by infrastructure which includes the largest college library in Delhi University, an educational area with over 50 class rooms, over 150 faculty and support staff, sporting facilities, computing facilities and a boys and girls hostel housing over 200 students. This college has a history of churning out some of the splendid alumni, some of whom are famous authors. It has also been named as the best college in India as far as commerce education is concerned. It won this award for the 11th consecutive time in the year 2007. The SRCC is also the first college in Delhi to have set up a girl's college even though it is not an exclusive one. SRCC has been attracting some of the excellent brains in the field. Most of its alumni and teachers are well known authors.
The B.Com. Course is a 3 year Degree course offered by the college. The following
subjects are offered (along with three supplementary):
Modern Business Organization, Financial Accounting, Micro Economics: Theory and
applications - I & II
Management Concepts and Practices
Cost of Accounting: Principles and Methods
Problems of the Indian Economy
Cost Analysis and Control
Optional Group-A: Business Data Processing - I & II
Optional Group-B: Financial Management, Direct Tax Planning
Optional Group-C: Indian Financial System, Banking and Financial Systems
Optional Group-D: Marketing Management, Human Resource Management
BA (Hons.) Economics
The BA (Hons) degree in Economics is a 3 year Degree Course and is considered to be
one of the most difficult courses. Its student capacity per batch is limited to 80
Micro Economics-I & II National Income Accounting Economic History of India 1857 -
Public Finance Money and the Financial System Statistical Methods for Economics
Macro Economics Comparative Economic Development The Indian Economy since
Economic Systems Development Problems and Policy Mathematical Methods for Economics
M.Com (Two Year Post-Graduate Course)
M.A.Economics (Two Year Post-Graduate Course)
Global Business Operation (Postgraduate course offered by SRCC)
For Undergraduate programs:-
Admission takes place on the basis of marks obtained by a student in 10+2 examination or its equivalent. In order to get admission in the B.Com.(Hons.) and B.A.(Hons.) Economics, one needs to have the required cut-off mark that is declared every year by the college. The SC/ST candidates need not apply to the college directly. Instead, they can directly apply to the Central Admission Committee of the University.
For Post Graduate programs:- Bachelor’s Degree (10+2+3) with 50% marks from a recognised University. Final year students may also apply. Reservations for SC/ST/PH will be as per University rules. Admission to the 2 year PG diploma course depends on the performance of the candidates in the written entrance examination, group discussion and an interview that follows. The written test tests the candidate's general knowledge, logical ability, quantitative ability and proficiency in English
The admission process in the College (SRCC) begins from the first week of JUNE every year. The College Prospectus containing Preliminary Application Form could be obtained by post/courier. For this purpose a bank draft for Rs.150/- (Rs.500/- if required in abroad) drawn on “Shri Ram College of Commerce”, payable at Delhi should be send at college address.
Documents required at the time of Admission.
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