Miranda House Delhi is one of the best Government colleges in Delhi. It was established in the year 1948, Miranda College is considered as the Pioneer in Education and one of the most popular colleges under Delhi University. The college endeavours to nurture students with a keen analytical and scientific bent of mind with a sensitivity to their responsibilities and human values so that they are amongst the best citizens of India.”
The College offers the various programme in undergraduate, postgraduate, certificate courses and more courses.
It is the prestige of Miranda House that the college has been rated All India Rank 1 in the category of colleges by NIRF India Rankings 2019 with a Cumulative Marks Score of 73.71.
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1. Duet Resources
2. College Summary
3. Courses Offered
4. Admission Process
5. Important Date
6. Fee Structure
10. Ranking & Reputation
11. Contact Details
12. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Duet 2020 Useful Resources
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Miranda House Delhi
Before we talk about Miranda House (University of Delhi) complete college summary, let us have to look at the major information of Miranda College Delhi.
|Name of Institute||Miranda House|
|Popular Name||Miranda House Delhi|
|Year of Establishment||1948|
|Affiliated with||Delhi University|
|Courses Offered||Various UG & PG Courses|
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|Official Website||Miranda House|
|Category||Colleges affiliated by Delhi University|
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Affiliations, Recognition, and other Achievement
- Affiliated with: University of Delhi (DU)
- Accredited by: NAAC
- Aid Status: Government
- Ragging Free Environment
- Laptop provided on request
- Reading Room
- Digital Resource Centre
- Wi-Fi, Public address system
- Solar Heaters for hot water
- Medical Emergency Protocol
Top Alumini in Miranda House College Delhi
- Brinda Karat
- Sheila Dixit
- Nandita Das
- Mallika Sherawat
- Anita Mazumdar Desai
Miranda House College Delhi Feast in 2020
Tempest is the annual college festival of Miranda House University of Delhi. The college fest is sponsored by top brands such as Denver and Sparx. It is a music festival and it also has a plethora of exciting events such as debating and quiz competitions. It is a 3 day long fest from 14th to 16th February 2020.
Miranda House offers some of the quality programs under the supervision of highly qualified Faculty and state of the art infrastructure. The Miranda House Delhi is famous for its undergraduate programs in Science and Humanities.
|B.A. (Hons.) English||68||31||10||5||17||4||NA||3 Years|
|B.A. (Hons.) Hindi||68||31||10||5||17||4||NA||3 Years|
|B.A. (Hons.) Economics||68||31||10||5||17||4||NA||3 Years|
|B.A. (Hons.) History||51||24||8||4||14||1||NA||3 Years|
|B.A. (Hons.) Philosophy||51||24||8||4||14||1||NA||3 Years|
|B.A. (Hons.) Sanskrit||34||16||5||3||9||1||NA||3 Years|
|B.A. (Hons.) Geography||51||24||8||4||14||1||NA||B.A. Prog.|
|B.A. (Hons.) Sociology||57||26||9||4||15||3||NA||3 Years|
|B.A. (Hons.) Political Science||59||27||9||4||16||3||NA||3 Years|
|B.A. (Hons.) Bengali||9||4||1||1||2||1||NA||3 Years|
|B.A. (Hons.) Music||17||8||3||1||5||0||NA||3 Years|
|B.Sc. Life Sciences||39||18||6||3||11||1||NA||3 Years|
|B.Sc. Physical Sciences with Computer||37||17||6||3||10||1||NA||3 Years|
|B.Sc. (Hons.) Physics||76||35||11||6||21||3||NA||3 Years|
|B.Sc. (Hons.) Chemistry||68||31||10||5||17||4||NA||3 Years|
|B.Sc. (Hons.) Botany||34||16||5||3||9||1||NA||3 Years|
|B.Sc. (Hons.) Zoology||34||16||5||3||9||1||NA||3 Years|
|B.Sc. (Hons.) Mathematics||76||35||12||6||21||3||NA||3 Years|
|B.A. (Hons.) Sanskrit||34||16||5||3||9||1||NA||3 Years|
|B.A. (Hons.) Geography||51||24||8||4||14||1||NA||3 Years|
Note:- (Reservation for PWD 05% only) for M.A./M.Sc Programme.
Admission to various courses offered by the college is made through the University of Delhi selection procedure. The University has announced admissions to various undergraduate courses (merit-based) for all colleges for the academic session 2019-20.
|B.A(Hons)||Admission in B.A(Hons) programme is based on Merit Based|
|M.A(Hons)||Admission in MA(Hons) programme candidates has to clear the DUET entrance exam which is conducted by Delhi University|
|Availibility of DUET 2020 application form||20 June 2020|
|Last date to submit DUET 2020 application form||31 July 2020|
|Release of DUET admit card||29 August 2020|
|Delhi University Entrance Exam Dates||6th September to 11 September 2020|
|Declaration of DUET result||Announced Soon|
Below we have mentioned the Miranda College Delhi Eligibility Criteria for UG and PG Courses.
|B.Com(Hons)||An aggregate of 45% marks in the qualifying examination.|
The applicant must have studied and passed Mathematics/Business Mathematics at thequalifying examination for admission to B. Com. (Hons.).Selection shall be made on the basis of marks obtained in qualifying examinationincluding one language and three best subjects as per the following:An aggregate of 45% or more in English/Hindi and combination of best threeamong the following subjects: Mathematics, Accountancy, Economics and BusinessStudies/ Commerce.Inclusion of any subject from List B other than mentioned above in the combinationof best three will lead to a deduction of 1% per subject on the aggregate.Inclusion of any subject other than those in Lists A and B in the combination of bestthree will lead to a deduction of 2.5% per subject on the aggregate of the Best Four.
|B.A. (Hons.) Sanskrit||An aggregate of 45% marks in the qualifying examination.Applicants securing 40% marks in the aggregate and 50% marks in the subjectconcerned are also eligible for admission to the relevant Honours Course.The merit shall be determined on the basis of one language and three bestacademic/elective subjects. Applicants who have passed the intermediate Examination of an IndianUniversity/Board with at least 40% marks in the aggregate and also one of thefollowing examinations given below on the left shall be eligible for admission to therespective subject of the Honours Course given below:Maulvi Fazil in ArabicPrabhakar in HindiMunshi Fazil in PersianGyani in PunjabiShastri in SanskritAbid Fazil in UrduFor admission to Honours in any language course, advantage of 2% in the ‘BestFour’ percentage will be given to those applicants|
|B.A(Hons) Political Science||An aggregate of 45% marks in the qualifying examination.The merit shall be determined on the basis of one language and three bestacademic/elective subjects.Admission to B.A. (Hons.) Applied Psychology will be based on ‘Best Four’percentage as in B.A. (Hons.) Psychology.Admission to B.A. (Hons.) Social Work and B.A. (Hons.) Philosophy will be based on‘Best Four’ percentage including one language and three academic/elective subjects.|
|B.A Program||An aggregate of 40% marks in the qualifying examination.The merit shall be determined on the basis of one language and three bestacademic/elective subjects.One Language (Core/Elective/Functional)Any three elective subjects can be chosen. A deduction of upto 5% on ‘Best Four’percentage may be imposed if there is a change of stream for admission to B.A.programme. which means either from Commerce stream to or Science stream toArts/Humanities/Social Sciences.One non-listed subject (besides the elective|
|B.A(Hons) English||An aggregate of 45% marks in the qualifying examination.The merit shall be determined on the basis of one language and three best academic/elective subjects. The applicant must have studied and passed English in the qualifying exam and should include English for calculation of ‘Best Four’ percentage.|
|B.A(Hons) History||An aggregate of 45% marks in the qualifying examination.The merit shall be determined on the basis of one language and three bestacademic/elective subjects.Admission to B.A. (Hons.) Applied Psychology will be based on ‘Best Four’percentage as in B.A. (Hons.) Psychology.Admission to B.A. (Hons.) Social Work and B.A. (Hons.) Philosophy will be based on‘Best Four’ percentage including one language and three academic/elective subjects|
|B.A(Hons) Economics||An aggregate of 45% marks in the qualifying examination.The merit shall be determined on the basis of one language and three bestacademic/elective subjects.The applicants must have studied and passed Mathematics at the qualifying exam foradmission to B.A. (Honours) in Economics.|
|B.A(Hons) Hindi||An aggregate of 45% marks in the qualifying examination.Applicants securing 40% marks in the aggregate and 50% marks in the subjectconcerned are also eligible for admission to the relevant Honours Course.The merit shall be determined on the basis of one language and three bestacademic/elective subjects. The applicant must have studied and passed Hindi in thequalifying exam and should include Hindi for calculation of ‘Best Four’ percentage. Applicants who have passed the intermediate Examination of an IndianUniversity/Board with at least 40% marks in the aggregate and also “Prabhakar inHindi” shall be eligible for admission.For admission to Honours in Hindi, the applicant must have studied and passed therespective language in the qualifying exam and should include respective language forcalculation of ‘Best Four’ percentage|
|B.Sc. Physical Sciences with Chemistry/ B.Sc. Physical Sciences with Electronics/ Applied Physical Sciences with Industrial Chemistry/ B.Sc. Physical Sciences with Computer||45% or more marks in the aggregate of Physics, Chemistry/Computer Science,Mathematics (Practical & Theory together) and passing in one compulsory language (i.e. English). OR 45% or more marks in the aggregate of 3 subjects Physics, Chemistry/Computer Science, Mathematics (Practical & Theory together) and 40% in one compulsory language Selection will be made on the basis of marks in the aggregate of Physics,Chemistry/Computer Science, Mathematics|
|B.Sc. (Hons.) Chemistry/ Physics||The overall percentage in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics should be 55% and one compulsory language should be 50%|
|B. Sc.(Hons.) Mathematics/ Statistics||The Merit shall be determined on the basis of one language, Mathematics and two best elective/academic subjects|
The fees structure of Miranda College Delhi for different programs is mentioned below.
Undergraduate Courses Fee (2020-21 Session)
|B. A. Honours|
|B. A. (H) English||14160|
|B. A. (H) History||14160|
|B. A. (H) Philosophy||14160|
|B. A. (H) Sociology||14160|
|B. A. (H) Sanskrit||14160|
|B. A. (H) Hindi||14160|
|B. A. (H) Economics||14160|
|B. A. (H) Political Science||14160|
|B. A. (H) Bengali||14160|
|B. A. (H) Music||14560|
|B. A. (H) Geography||17080|
|B. Sc. Honours|
|B. Sc. (H) Mathematics||17100|
|B. Sc. (H) Physics||19200|
|B. Sc. (H) Chemistry||19600|
|B. Sc. (H) Botany||19800|
|B. Sc. (H) Zoology||19800|
|B. Sc. Life Sciences||19490|
|B. Sc. Physical Sciences(Computer Science)||18590|
|B. El. Ed||19000|
|M. A. (in other disciplines)||14530|
|M. Sc. Mathematics||14530|
|M. Sc. Physics||15170|
|M. Sc. Chemistry||15770|
|M. Sc. Botany/Zoology/Anthropology||16170|
Postgraduate Courses Fee
|Courses||Total Fees (Rs.)|
|M. A. (in other disciplines)||14,530/-|
|M. Sc. Mathematics||14,530/-|
|M. Sc. Physics||15,170/-|
|M. Sc. Chemistry||15,770/-|
|M. Sc. Botany/Zoology/Anthropology||16,170/-|
The Miranda House Delhi offers many scholarships schemes that are for 12th pass students and can be availed for any course. These scholarships recognise merit and talent of students. Students may apply for the Scholarships at the beginning of the academic year. College offers a scholarship for the following categories.
- Students belonging to the economically weaker sections are eligible for fee concession.
- Merit cum means based scholarships are also awarded by the college to deserving students.
- There is a Book Bank facility in the library from where needy students can borrow textbooks for the whole academic year.
- Some special scholarships are also provided by the Delhi University for students belonging to SC/ ST/ BPL/ PWD categories.
- Merit & National Scholarships for brilliant students under Central & State Govt.
- University Merit Scholarships.
- Scholarships for the wards of Ex-servicemen.
- Scholarships for the wards of Riot Affected.
NOTE:- Check the various Top scholarship scheme in India
|Central Scholarship in India||Click Here|
|Top Scholarship in India||Click Here|
|Delhi Scholarship Scheme||Click Here|
Apart from these scholarship schemes, one can also apply for various educational loan offered by banks in India. You may also check these
|Banks of India||Links Here|
|State Bank of India||Click Here|
|HDFC Bank||Click Here|
|Punjab National Bank||Click Here|
|Axis Bank||Click Here|
|ICICI Bank||Click Here|
The Placement Cell of Miranda House is a full-fledged training & placement cell which periodically liaises and interacts with the corporate world in order to explore the possibility of training and job Placement of students. The placement cell organises pre-recruitment training and discussion programs among the final year students and arranges the campus recruitment programs for the aspiring and deserving final year students. Training and Placement Cell of the College provides the following facilities at the college premises.
- Summer Industrial Training, Internship and final placement of students.
- Conducting Industrial Visits & Industry Oriented Training Programmes.
- Invite Professional Guest Speakers to impart necessary inputs for the above-mentioned activities.
Some of the major recruiters that visit Miranda House are as followed
- Standard Chartered Bank
- Indian Express
- Pricewaterhouse Coopers
- Essar Group
- Max New York Life Insurance Company
- Jaypee Group
- Blackstone Group
- Absolutdata Research and Analytics Pvt Ltd
- Star India
Before we check the Miranda House Delhi 2020 Cutoff (expected cutoff). Candidates are advised to read the some most important instruction about Miranda House Delhi 2020 Cutoff. So Let’s check out the most important instruction regarding Cutoff.
Below we have mentioned the Instruction regarding Miranda House Delhi 2020 Cutoff.
- The Miranda House Delhi 2020 Cutoff will be based on various parameters like numbers of appearing candidates, total numbers of seats, the difficulty level of the examination, and last year admission record.
- The Cutoff marks will be announced to only those candidates who will qualify the DUET 2020.
- The candidate who will secure the highest mark will get the top rank, whereas, the candidates with low marks will be allotted the lowest rank.
- The Selection Board of DUET will not announce the Minimum Cutoff Marks for a specified Engineering Branch or College.
- Board will announce the opening/first rank and closing/last rank for different Colleges under DU/Merit Base.
- Candidates are advised to fill their preferences according to their merit in the entrance examination.
Miranda House Delhi 2020 Cutoff (1st Cutoff)
|B.A. (H) Bengali||70.00||68.00||65.00||64.00||62.00||65.00||68.00|
|B.A. (H) Economics||98.75||97.00||94.50||93.00||92.50||97.50||98.25|
|B.A. (H) English||99.00||97.50||95.00||94.00||94.50||94.50||98.00|
|B.A. (H) Geography||98.50||97.75||97.00||96.50||92.00||93.00||98.25|
|B.A. (H) Hindi||92.00||88.00||85.00||83.00||83.00||81.00||90.00|
|B.A. (H) History||98.75||98.00||96.00||96.75||94.00||98.25||98.00|
|B.A. (H) Philosophy||97.00||93.50||91.50||90.00||90.00||90.00||96.00|
|B.A. (H) Political Sc.||99.00||98.25||97.00||97.00||95.00||96.00||98.00|
|B.A. (H) Sanskrit||75.00||71.00||69.00||65.00||65.00||65.00||72.00|
|B.A. (H) Sociology||98.50||96.25||94.50||94.50||94.50||94.75||97.50|
|B.Sc. (H) Botany||97.00||96.00||94.33||91.33||88.33||90.00||96.67|
|B.Sc. (H) Chemistry||97.33||95.67||90.67||86.67||90.00||90.00||96.67|
|B.Sc. (H) Math.||98.75||98.25||96.00||95.00||95.00||98.25||98.50|
|B.Sc. (H) Physics||98.00||97.00||93.00||89.00||93.00||93.00||97.00|
|B.Sc. (H) Zoology||97.67||96.33||95.33||92.00||90.00||92.00||97.33|
|B.Sc. Life Science||96.67||95.00||94.00||91.00||90.00||90.00||96.33|
|B.Sc. Physical Sc.||97.33||96.00||90.00||89.00||90.00||90.00||97.00|
|B.A. Programme(all combinations)||98.75||98.50||98.00||98.00||96.00||98.50||98.50|
|1.||Economics – English||98.75||98.50||98.00||98.00||96.00||98.50||98.50|
|2.||Economics – Geography||98.75||98.50||98.00||98.00||96.00||98.50||98.50|
|3.||English – Sociology||98.75||98.50||98.00||98.00||96.00||98.50||98.50|
|4.||History – Economics||98.75||98.50||98.00||98.00||96.00||98.50||98.50|
|5.||History – English||98.75||98.50||98.00||98.00||96.00||98.50||98.50|
|6.||History – Geography||98.75||98.50||98.00||98.00||96.00||98.50||98.50|
|7.||History – Sociology||98.75||98.50||98.00||98.00||96.00||98.50||98.50|
|8.||Political Science – Economics||98.75||98.50||98.00||98.00||96.00||98.50||98.50|
|9.||Political Science – English||98.75||98.50||98.00||98.00||96.00||98.50||98.50|
|10.||Political Science – Geography||98.75||98.50||98.00||98.00||96.00||98.50||98.50|
|11.||Political Science – History||98.75||98.50||98.00||98.00||96.00||98.50||98.50|
|12.||Political Science – Sociology||98.75||98.50||98.00||98.00||96.00||98.50||98.50|
|13.||Philosophy -Political Science||98.75||98.50||98.00||98.00||96.00||98.50||98.50|
|17.||Bengali – History||98.75||98.50||98.00||98.00||96.00||98.50||98.50|
|18.||Bengali – Political Science||98.75||98.50||98.00||98.00||96.00||98.50||98.50|
|19.||Hindi – History||98.75||98.50||98.00||98.00||96.00||98.50||98.50|
|20.||Hindi – Political Science||98.75||98.50||98.00||98.00||96.00||98.50||98.50|
|21.||Physical Education – History||98.75||98.50||98.00||98.00||96.00||98.50||98.50|
|22.||Physical Education – Philosophy||98.75||98.50||98.00||98.00||96.00||98.50||98.50|
|23.||Physical Education – Political Science||98.75||98.50||98.00||98.00||96.00||98.50||98.50|
|24.||Punjabi – Philosophy||98.75||98.50||98.00||98.00||96.00||98.50||98.50|
|25.||Sanskrit – Geography||98.75||98.50||98.00||98.00||96.00||98.50||98.50|
|26.||Sanskrit – History||98.75||98.50||98.00||98.00||96.00||98.50||98.50|
|27.||Sanskrit – Political Science||98.75||98.50||98.00||98.00||96.00||98.50||98.50|
|27.||Political Science – Punjabi||98.75||98.50||98.00||98.00||96.00||98.50||98.50|
|28.||Political Science – Tamil||98.75||98.50||98.00||98.00||96.00||98.50||98.50|
|29.||Geography – English||98.75||98.50||98.00||98.00||96.00||98.50||98.50|
|30.||Geography – Punjabi||98.75||98.50||98.00||98.00||96.00||98.50||98.50|
|31.||Geography – Sociology||98.75||98.50||98.00||98.00||96.00||98.50||98.50|
|32.||Geography – Tamil||98.75||98.50||98.00||98.00||96.00||98.50||98.50|
|33.||Philosophy – Sanskrit||98.75||98.50||98.00||98.00||96.00||98.50||98.50|
|34.||History – Punjabi||98.75||98.50||98.00||98.00||96.00||98.50||98.50|
|35.||History – Tamil||98.75||98.50||98.00||98.00||96.00||98.50||98.50|
|36.||Geography – Bengali||98.75||98.50||98.00||98.00||96.00||98.50||98.50|
|37.||English – Philosophy||98.75||98.50||98.00||98.00||96.00||98.50||98.50|
|38.||Philosophy – Bengali||98.75||98.50||98.00||98.00||96.00||98.50||98.50|
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Miranda House 2019 cutoff
First Cut-off 2019
|B.A (Hons) Bengali||67||65||62||62||62||62|
|B.A (Hons) Economics||98.25||96.5||93.75||92||92||97|
|B.A (Hons) English||97.5||94.5||93.5||92.5||93||93|
|B.A (Hons) Geography||98.25||97.75||97||96.5||92||93|
|B.A (Hons) Hindi||89||86||83||81||81||81|
|B.A (Hons) History||97||95||93.75||95.25||92||95|
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Miranda College Delhi will accept self-attested xerox copies of document papers submitted by students. If the candidate is unable to submit the requisite documents by the required date, her admission will automatically stand cancelled.
The students shall be required to submit the following self-attested documents along with the application form in original:
- Class X Board Examination Certificate
- Class X Marks Sheet
- Class XII Marks Sheet
- Class XII Provisional Certificate / Original Certificate
- Graduation mark sheet and other certificates (for PG courses)
- Character Certificate (recent)
- SC / ST Certificate (in the name of the candidate) issued by the competent authority.
- OBC (Non-Creamy Layer) Certificate (in the name of the Candidate) issued by the competent authority.
- Transfer Certificate from school /college as well as Migration Certificate from Board/University is required from those students who have passed the senior secondary exam from outside Delhi.
- Passport size self-attested photographs.
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Rankings and Reputation
|Name Of Institute||Miranda House Delhi (Miranda College Delhi)|
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Miranda House (Delhi University) is one of the Best Delhi University college.
Miranda House (Delhi University)
University of Delhi, North Campus
Delhi – 110007.
Nearest Metro Station-Hauz Khas Metro Station
Frequently Asked Question (FAQ)
A. Yes, Miranda House Delhi is the best College. It provides excellent exposure and placement and everything you need in the campus itself. With amazing infrastructure and facilities with highly educated professors.
A. Miranda House Delhi affiliated with the Delhi University(DU).
A. Miranda House Delhi Fee Structure is affordable and the fees for all the programmes can be paid online.
A. The University of Delhi, informally known as Delhi University (DU), is a collegiate public central university, the University of Delhi has since become India’s largest institution of higher learning and among the largest in the world. the national or sub-national government which private universities are not allowed to get.
A. The university will conduct DUET for admission into various UG and PG programmes. However, students can also apply for admission on the basis of merit of qualifying degree.
A. No, there be any disadvantage for gap year students.
A. Relaxation for women candidates varies from college to college and even from course. However, the upper limit has been fixed at 3%.
A. There are 90 colleges and 16 faculties affiliated to the University of Delhi, spread across Delhi. North Campus and South Campus serve as the two main campuses of the University.