Perfect Guide To Admission in MCM DAV: Courses& Seats

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Mehr Chand Mahajan DAV college for Women, a premier institution for women education in North India , was established in 1968 to commemorate the exemplary contribution of Justice Mehr Chand Mahajan to the cause of education. The college is one of the finest institution devoted to empowerment of women for the past five decades. Now with a strength of more than 500 girls ,it has emerged as a coveted seat of learning in academics,sports and cultural spheres. It’s main objective is to provide quality education in quality ambience and to make women an ideal amalgamation of tradition and technology. It is highly reputed for it’s superior academic programs,intellectual vigor , cultural and moral sensitivity and dedicated faculty.

Courses Offered and No. of seats details are given below :-
Undergraduate Courses:-
B.A. (General).       1000
B.A. (Elective Vocational Course and Office Management & Secretarial practise ).     30
B.A. Honors
B.A. Elective Vocational Course
BSc Medical.          100
BSc Non Medical    100
BSc Computer Application  50
BSc MFT.   60
BSc Honors
BCom.    280
BCom Honors
BBA.      40
BCA.       80
BA/BSc /BCom/BBA/BCA is an integrated course comprising 6 semesters spread over 3 years. The University examination will be held at the end of every semester.
Add on Courses
Make value addition to your graduation through career oriented professional courses.
 Communicative English
Cosmetology and Beauty Care
Video Reporting
Interior Designing and Decoration
French
Add on courses comprise certificate, diploma and advanced diploma course spread over one , two and three years respectively.
Post Graduate Courses :-
MA English            60
MA Hindi.               60
MA Sociology        60
MA Economics      60
MA Psychology     40
MCom.                    40
MSc Mathematics 40
MSc Chemistry.      40
PH.D English
For Further information please check the website www.mcmdavcw-chd.edu


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