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     Greetings!

 It is indeed an honour and privilege for me to take on the responsibility as the Principal, Sri Venkateswara College, a premier co-ed and  constituent college of University of Delhi.

 This academic year has been an extraordinary challenge on account of COVID-19. However, the pandemic gave an opportunity world-wide to rethink and reassess the strategies for higher education. Times of crisis  ought to inspire creativity, critical reflection, transformation, and  renewal.


 In the new normal, the challenge is to adapt, regenerate, and position the college for a strong and sustainable future. Striving for a vibrant and dynamic academic atmosphere is a wholesome and holistic exercise. This calls for the integration of students in the qualitative processes of the college. It necessitates an innovation ecosystem to hone the skills of students in diverse programs to mould them to become notable change-makers of the society. The aim is to make learning an enriching, fulfilling, and enjoyable experience through a multidisciplinary approach, combining theory and practice in pedagogy. The focus should be on not only 'what is taught' but also 'the way it is taught'.

Research being an important pillar of academic growth, the thrust has to be on socially relevant, locally need-based, nationally important, and globally significant research initiatives. Creating fertile ground for effective synergies between research and teaching skills, nurturing and fostering critical thinking and problem-solving among students is imperative. Hence, our persistent efforts must be to leverage the intellectual and emotional capabilities of students, encourage the free and spirited exchange of ideas to celebrate diversity, while ensuring inclusivity.

It should be our collective endeavour to promote an inspirational, motivational, value-abased academic, and administrative environment. Our earnest attempt should be towards upholding academic integrity, accountability, sustaining open and transparent systems, and being sensitive to social responsibilities. This could be possible only through a collaborative, shared, and consultative work culture. Building on the strong foundation of the college, let us all strive for cautious, consistent, and catalytic improvement in the overall development, paving way for innovative ideas and thinking.
Let us all invoke the blessings of Lord Venkateswara as we march ahead and gear up to myriad managerial, economic, societal, and environmental challenges.

“We want that education by which character is formed, strength of mind is increased, the intellect is expanded, and by which one can stand on one’s own feet”  – Swami Vivekananda

This spirit should guide our intent and actions in shaping the destiny of the college.

Prof. C. Sheela Reddy
(PRINCIPAL)

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Webinar - 2021

  Interview schedule for the appointment of Assistant professor(s) on guest appointment basis in Mathematics & Electronics department 2021
 Click here to download CCL format 2019
 Download - STAFF NO DUES FORM
 Download - Staff Medical Expenses Claim Form : Certificate A & B
 COVID-19 : Tips for parents and students coping with anxiety and stress during the lockdown
 COVID-19 : Identifying and addressing the sources of anxiety and stress during the lockdown
 COVID-19 : महामारी मार्गदर्शिका
 కొవిడ్-19 - ప్రపంచ వ్యాప్త మహమ్మారి వివరణ కరదీపిక
 COVID-19 : A handy guide on understanding the coronavirus pandemic and staying protected
 COVID-19 : Counselling Committee
 COVID-19 : Delhi University Counselling Committee
 Pensioners Notice & Circulars 2020
Notification Soliciting Comments/ Suggestions from the stake holders on draft reservation roster for Teaching Cadre Post

About Us

Fifty years ago, three stalwarts in the public domain, Smt Durgabai Deshmukh, Dr K.L.Rao and Dr C.Anna Rao, transformed their spirited vision and dream to reality in the shape of Sri Venkateswara College. Fired with the zeal of promoting the cause of education, the college was set up at New Delhi under the benign auspices of the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD), Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh in 1961.

The foundation stone for the construction of a full-fledged building in the spacious 15 acres provided at Dhaula Kuan was laid on August 20, 1961 appropriately and auspiciously by Dr Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan, India's outstanding teacher, scholar and statesman. This year, the College celebrates its golden anniversary with August 2010 ushering in our fiftieth year of pioneering excellence in the field of education.


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  ADMISSIONS CUT-OFFs : 2019-2020

1. Eighth Cut-off 2019-2020 (dt. 27-08-2019)
2. Seventh Cut-off 2019-2020 (dt. 01-08-2019)
3. Sixth Cut-off 2019-2020 (dt. 01-08-2019)
4. Fifth Cut-off 2019-2020 (dt. 20-07-2019)
5. Fourth Cut-off 2019-2020 (dt. 15-07-2019)
6. Third Cut-off 2019-2020 (dt. 09-07-2019)
7. Second Cut-off 2019-2020 (dt. 04-07-2019)
8. First Cut-off 2019-2020 (dt. 28-06-2019)

  DU Ward Quota : 2019-2020

1. Ward Quota Third List - 2019-2020
2. Ward Quota Second List - 2019-2020
3. Ward Quota First List - 2019-2020

  Sports & ECA Quota : 2019-2020

1. ECA Provisional Admission List - 2019-2020
2. Ward Quota - Revised Fourth List - 2019-2020
3. Sixth List - Sports Quota - 2019-2020
4. Last date of ECA Admission is 26/08/2019 - 2019-2020
5. 6th Counseling For Filling Up of Vacant Seats Under Sports Quota - 2019-2020
5. 5th List - Sports Quota - 2019-2020
6. 5th Counseling For Filling Up of Vacant Seats Under Sports Quota - 2019-2020
7. Fourth List - ECA Quota - 2019-2020
8. 4th round For Filling Up of Vacant Seats Under ECA Quota - 2019-2020
9. Third List - ECA Quota - 2019-2020
10. Fourth List - Sports Quota - 2019-2020
11. 3rd round For Filling Up of Vacant Seats Under ECA Quota - 2019-2020
12. 4th Counseling For Filling Up of Vacant Seats Under Sports Quota - 2019-2020
13. Second List - ECA Quota - 2019-2020
14. Third List - Sports Quota - 2019-2020
15. 2nd round For Filling Up of Vacant Seats Under ECA Quota - 2019-2020
16. 3rd Counseling For Filling Up of Vacant Seats Under Sports Quota - 2019-2020
17. 2nd Counseling For Filling Up of Vacant Seats Under Sports Quota - 2019-2020
18. Sports Quota Admission (Sri Venkateswara College) - 2019-2020
19. First List - Sports Quota - 2019-2020
20. First List - ECA Quota - 2019-2020
21. Second List - Sports Quota - 2019-2020

  ADMISSION NOTIFICATIONS : 2019-2020

1. DU BULLETIN OF INFORMATION
2. ADMISSION SCHEDULE
3. COURSES OFFERED BY THE COLLEGE
4. SEAT MATRIX
5. ADMISSION PROCEDURE & PROCESS
6. ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR COURSES OFFERED
7. LIST OF DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR ADMISSION
8. FEE STRUCTURE & REFUND POLICY
9. COMMITTEES FOR ADMISSION – Admission Committee, HelpDesk & Grievance Committee
10. DEPARTMENT TEACHER-IN CHARGES
11. ANTI RAGGING SELF CERTIFICATION FORM / SUBMISSION OF ORIGINAL CERTIFICATES FOR VERIFICATION
12. IDENTITY_CARD FORM FOR STUDENT
13. UNDERTAKING FOR ATTENDANCE
14. Admission Helpdesk
15. Admission Grievance Committee
16. Special Categories Admission Enabling Committee
17. Notification to the candidates regarding verification of documents
18. Discrepancies in Certificates
19. Notification to OBC candidates regarding verification of certificates
20. Admission Notice 2019 (Important Steps for Admission)
21. Courses under 1% women concession - 2019-2020
22. Notification regarding admission under DU Ward Quota - 2019-2020
23. Anti Ragging Self Certification Form (Sri Venkateswara College) - 2019-2020
24. Orientation Programme (At Home) - Sri Venkateswara College (2019-2020)
25. Anti Ragging Committee 2019
26. Anti Ragging Notifications 2019
27. Disciplinary Committee 2019
28. NTS Duty Chart July 2019
29. Anti Ragging Poster 2019

  Hostel Information : 2019-2020 (Click to Download)

1. Hostel Instruction
2. Application Forms
3. Hostel Information Bulletin
4. Hostel Prospectus
5. Hostel provisional admission list for girls
6. Hostel provisional admission list for boys
7. Hostel provisional admission list boys and girls
8. Hostel provisional admission - second list boys
9. Hostel provisional admission - second list girls

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  COMMERCE @ SVC

Established in 1970, the Department of Commerce has flourished right from the beginning under the guidance of Shri Balraj Gupta. Over the years, the Department has produced outstanding students who have topped the university on a number of occasions. In this regard, the name of Dr. P. Sathyanarayana is worth a special mention because he topped the University under extremely trying conditions, coming as he did from an under-privileged background. Dr. Satyanarayana is currently teaching in one of the top US Universities. Among others, the names of Sri Srinivasan, Sri. Harikrishna and Sri Sanjeev Sankar need to be also mentioned because they are currently managing giant sized global real estates funds.

The Department has profited immensely from the outstanding contributions from teachers in the form of books, published by national as well as international publishers, articles, research papers, reports from time to time. To enrich their knowledge and teaching skills, many teachers from the Department have participated in national as well as international seminars and presented papers that have received accolades.

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About Us

Fifty years ago, three stalwarts in the public domain, Smt Durgabai Deshmukh, Dr K.L.Rao and Dr C.Anna Rao, transformed their spirited vision and dream to reality in the shape of Sri Venkateswara College. Fired with the zeal of promoting the cause of education, the college was set up at New Delhi under the benign auspices of the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD), Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh in 1961.

The foundation stone for the construction of a full-fledged building in the spacious 15 acres provided at Dhaula Kuan was laid on August 20, 1961 appropriately and auspiciously by Dr Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan, India's outstanding teacher, scholar and statesman. This year, the College celebrates its golden anniversary with August 2010 ushering in our fiftieth year of pioneering excellence in the field of education.

                                    

The TTD is an autonomous organization managing the affairs of Lord Balaji. While it maintains 12 temples and their sub-shrines, it employs about about 14,000 persons and runs charitable and educational institutions throughout the country. Though the initial objective of starting a college in Delhi was to cater to the educational needs of students hailing from the Southern states of India, this TTD institution soon outgrew its regional character. It has now become one of the most sought after co-educational colleges in India. The college has seen tremendous development since its inception. It began functioning modestly in a school building of the Andhra Education Society at Rouse Avenue, New Delhi with 273 students and 13 staff members and moved into its own spacious buildings in Dhaula Kuan in 1971.

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From Principal's Desk

In the new normal, the challenge is to adapt, regenerate, and position the college for a strong and sustainable future.
Striving for a vibrant and dynamic academic atmosphere is a wholesome and holistic exercise. This calls for the integration of students in the qualitative processes of the college. It necessitates an innovation ecosystem to hone the skills of students in diverse programs to mould them to become notable change-makers of the society. The aim is to make learning an enriching, fulfilling, and enjoyable experience through a multidisciplinary approach, combining theory and practice in pedagogy. The focus should be on not only 'what is taught' but also 'the way it is taught'.
Research being an important pillar of academic growth, the thrust has to be on socially relevant, locally need-based, nationally important, and globally significant research initiatives. Creating fertile ground for effective synergies between research and teaching skills, nurturing and fostering critical thinking and problem-solving among students is imperative. Hence, our persistent efforts must be to leverage the intellectual and emotional capabilities of students, encourage the free and spirited exchange of ideas to celebrate diversity, while ensuring inclusivity.
It should be our collective endeavour to promote an inspirational, motivational, value-abased academic, and administrative environment. Our earnest attempt should be towards upholding academic integrity, accountability, sustaining open and transparent systems, and being sensitive to social responsibilities. This could be possible only through a collaborative, shared, and consultative work culture.
Building on the strong foundation of the college, let us all strive for cautious, consistent, and catalytic improvement in the overall development, paving way for innovative ideas and thinking.
Let us all invoke the blessings of Lord Venkateswara as we march ahead and gear up to myriad managerial, economic, societal, and environmental challenges.

“We want that education by which character is formed, strength of mind is increased, the intellect is expanded, and by which one can stand on one’s own feet”
                                                                                                                                                                                                – Swami Vivekananda

This spirit should guide our intent and actions in shaping the destiny of the college.

Prof. C. Sheela Reddy
(PRINCIPAL)

PLACEMENT @ SVC

The Placement Cell, Sri Venkateswara College: A society which shoulders the responsibility of securing the future of the students and works relentlessly throughout the year, has soared new heights in the Academic Session 2019-20. This year, the Cell has managed to get 150 Placement Offers for the Departments of Science, Commerce and Arts in the top notch organisations, a few being Deloitte (Offices of the US), KPMG, Ernst & Young, PwC UK, United Airlines, Boston Consulting Global, The Oberoi Group, Bank of America, Willis Towers Watson, ZS Associates, AON, Grant Thornton, BYJU'S, ABP News Network, Indxx and Zomato among others. The process for a lot of companies is still in process.