Economics (Honors) is one of the most sought after undergraduate courses among youngsters these days.
The University of Delhi, established in 1922, is one of the most renowned educational institutions in the country. It offers a range of courses in various streams and its courses in economics are quite popular too.
Here are five top colleges under Delhi University for pursuing Economics (Honors).
St. Stephen's College, founded in 1881, is one of the oldest colleges under the Delhi University. It is considered the best for Economics (Honors).
For undergraduate courses, the admissions are based on the candidate's result in the 10+2 exam or equivalent, performance in the aptitude test conducted by the college followed by an interview round.
The college offers Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) in Economics.
The Delhi School of Economics (DSE), under the Delhi University, is also one of the finest institutions in the country to pursue economics at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
The DSE was established in 1949 and admission of candidates is merit-based; it depends on the applicant's 10+2 percentage and the cut-offs released.
It offers both BA (Hons.) in Economics and BA in Economics.
Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC), founded in 1926, is one of the most sought-after colleges under the Delhi University and is also among the best for pursuing Economics (Honors).
Admission to SRCC's courses is done on the basis of merit and depends on the student's 10+2 exam percentage and also the cut-offs released.
The college offers BA (Hons.) in Economics.
Lady Shri Ram College for Women is another top-ranking college under DU for pursuing Economics (Honors). The college, which was established in 1956, selects applicants for admission on the basis of 10+2 exam percentage and follows the cut-off system. It offers BA (Hons.) in Economics.
The Delhi University's Hindu College is also known as one of the top colleges for Economics (Honors). The prestigious college, which was founded in 1899, is one of the oldest colleges under DU.
At this college too, admission to courses is merit-based, done on the basis of candidates' 10+2 percentage and through the cut-off system.
The college offers BA (Hons.) in Economics program.
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