University of Delhi
Mahatma Gandhi Marg,
New Delhi – 110015
Rajdhani College is a constituent college of the University of Delhi. It was established in 1964 by the Delhi Administration in Kirti Nagar, New Delhi under the name of Government College. The college acquired its new name when the Delhiadministration vested its governance in an autonomous Governing Body.
The College issituated in West Delhi on Mahatma Gandhi Marg (Ring Road) near Raja Garden, NewDelhi. It’s beautiful and spacious building was constructed in 1976-77. Thecollege is accessible from all corners of Delhi. Ramesh Nagar and RajouriGarden Metro Stations are just a few steps away from the college. The college complex has an air-conditioned Seminar/Conference Room, an air-conditioned Auditorium, a well-stocked Library with Computer & Internet facility, and well-equipped Science Laboratories, as well as Computer Laboratories. To facilitate recreation the college has a beautiful playground for outdoor sports activities like cricket, football, hockey, volley ball, etc.
- Physical Science- Chemistry
- Physical Science- Computer Science
- Physical Science- Electronics
- Applied Physical Science – Industrial Chemistry
- Political Science
- College Canteen
- New Academic Block
- Seminar Room
Award and Scholarship:
All India Entrance Scholarship
Delhi University holds a competitive examination in the month of October each year for the award for All India Entrance Scholarships of Rs. 250.00 per month, each tenable for three years. Any Honours course Student with at least 55% marks in the aggregate may apply along with the examination fees of Rs. 50.00 latest by 25 August in the prescribed form which can be obtained from the Examination Branch VII(I) of the University of Delhi.
Dr. S. S. Rao Memorial Prize in Physics
The Prize has been instituted in the memory of Dr. Surendra Singh Rao,Formerly Reader in Physics Department, Rajdhani College. Dr. S. S. Rao Memorial Prize of Rs. 1,000/- is awarded to a student of B.Sc. (H) Physics of Rajdhani College for exemplary merit.
Dr. Sanjay Malik Memorial Award
An amount of Rs 3,000 is paid to first meritorious student of B.Sc. (H) Physics IInd year in memory of late Dr. Sanjay Malik, Associate Professor Department of Physics and Electronics.
Dr. N. M. Anand Memorial Prize in Chemistry
The Prize has been instituted in the memory of Dr. N. K. Anand, formerly Reader in Chemistry Department, Rajdhani College. Dr. N. K. Anand Memorial Prize of Rs. 800/ – is awarded to the topper of B.Sc. (H) Chemistry IInd year of Rajdhani College.