Delhi College of Arts & Commerce (DCAC), New Delhi Campus & Infrastructure

New Delhi (Delhi) Estd : 1987 Approved by : UGC Type : Public
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Situated in a prime location of Netaji Nagar, Delhi College of Arts and Commerce is surrounded by prominent residential societies and commercial ventures in it’s surrounding. The college has earned the reputation of being one of the most sought after colleges in Delhi University as a whole owing to the quality of education along with with various facilities provided in the vast 5-acre campus area. The proximity of the college from the nearest metro stations and well-linked road connectivity adds to the value of the institution. The campus is Wi-Fi enabled and students and faculty are provided with Login Ids respectively.

The college also provides additional facilities listed below:

  • LIBRARY: Fully automated consisting of a collection of a wide range of over 56,000 books from various disciplines. It has a subscription to over 30 newspapers, magazines, and journals and has an air-conditioned reading room with computer and internet facility. DULS (Delhi University Library System), a high-quality electronic database is also available for both teachers and students.

  • COMPUTER LAB: Four computer labs connected to hundred interconnected desktops with high-speed LAN connectivity. The college has UGC research centers with 10 computers exclusively catering to the needs of the teachers. The computer labs are functional from 9 a.m to 5 p.m on all working days.

  • SPORTS: The college has a spacious recreational area with various facilities like Volleyball Court, Synthetic basketball court, Table Tennis room, etc. There is an open-air gymnasium for the athletes as well. Every year the college is represented by students who participate in various National and International levels.

  • MEDICAL ROOM: The medical room is well equipped with basic health facilities to adapt to tackle various medical emergencies if needed. Blood Donation camps and medical checkups are organized on a regular basis for both the students and the teachers.

  • N.C.C: The college N.C.C is regulated by 7 Delhi Battalion of the Delhi Directorate in Senior Division of National Cadet Corps. N.C.C admission quota is offered to students with an‘A’ certificate as per DU/UGC rules and regulations for admissions. The cadets participate in various National and International camps and parades like YEP(Youth Exchange Programme), Republic Day parade(RDC), Annual Training Camp, National Integration Camp, etc. Candidates are put through rigorous selection procedure to maintain the standard set by the college N.C.C and finally, 54 deserving candidates are able to do the “KHAKEE”.

  • N.S.S: In its a pursuit to make a difference, DCAC N.S.S has worked tirelessly in a number of activities like Project Tanzeal, Clean & Green, Blood Connect, etc. Under these projects, the N.S.S volunteers organize various activities, seminars, and orientation sessions and try to make the society a better place to live in by eliminating prejudice.

DCAC New Delhi believes in upholding traditional values keeping in mind contemporary infrastructure required for the overall development of the students. It aims at providing a fruitful learning experience and is not willing to leave any stone unturned in this endeavor.  The college also has various cultural societies which offer a unique space for the social transformation of the students.

  • Area 5 Acres
  • Buit up area 2 Acres
  • Classroom 55
  • Sports Grounds 1

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Students Activities & Clubs

FILM CLUB

Started in the 2008-2009 academic Session the DCAC Film Club not only aims to showcase the classics of Cinema but also intends to present the national and international work of repute in the field of audio-visual which repute in the field of audio-visual which does not find space in the conventional market. The Club aspires to generate debate on issue of concern raised by these work.

NCC Club

 

NCC is administered by Ministry of Defence and is headed by a Director General (DG) of the rank of Lieutenant General who monitors its functioning through the DG NCC HQ in Delhi. DCAC students are attached with Army unit of Group HQ Delhi 'C' i.e., 7 Delhi Battalion (7DBN) NCC, Delhi, Delhi Directorate in Senior Division (SD) of National Cadet Corps since 1987. The DCAC NCC unit provides several opportunities to the cadets. DCAC also gives weightage to the NCC 'A' Certificate holders at the time of admission in various courses offered by the college of up to 10 per cent marks under NCC admission quota. Due procedure is followed as per the DU/UGC rules and regulations. It encourages cadets to participate in various activities throughout the year which includes attending various prestigious National and International camps and parades like Youth Exchange Programme (YEP), Republic Day Parade, Thal Sainik Camp, All India Trekking Camp, National Integration Camp, Combined Annual Training Camp/Annual Training Camp, Rock Climbing Camp, Para Sailing/Slithering Camp, Advance Leadership Camp, Chief Minister Rally, Blood Donation Camp, Disaster Relief Camp, etc. Total sanctioned strength allocated to our institution by the 7DBN Unit is 54 Cadets and each cadet is selected through the proper selection procedure as coordinated with the unit.

DCAC NCC Unit does not strive only to provide a suitable environment to motivate the youth to take up a career in the Armed Forces, but also to train and motivate youth, and inculcate spirit of courage & bravery to face any sort of situation in life under the guidance of Lt Bhupinder, Assistant Professor and Associate NCC Officer (ANO). Lt Bhupinder was awarded the rank of lieutenant in Army on 21-03-2015 with Personal No, NCC/04110024 after completing PRCN/SD-157 Course as per section 21(5) of National Cadet Corps Act, 1948.

NSS Club

It is often said that if you believe in what you do, with imagination and initiative, you can make a difference. We at National Service Scheme(NSS) Unit DCAC can proudly say that we believed, we initiated, and we made a difference. A couple of years back, from a humble beginning with selected volunteers dedicating their time towards making the world a better place, NSS Unit DCAC is now a powerful workforce running on the same principle. Different branches under NSS DCAC are:
 

  • Project TanZeal
  • Save The Quest
  • Clean & Green
  • Arts & Craft
  • BloodConnect
  • Sensitization

The beautiful underprivileged children we teach under Project TanZeal, have a zeal in them to dream, and are determined to turn those dreams into reality. The visually challenged students in Save the Quest, who consider the bhaiyas and didis going to scribe their exams no less than angels. Project Clean & Green comprises of volunteers who put in efforts to make the college and surrounding areas clean and healthy, upholding the motto of Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan. Project Arts & Craft’s volunteers form our very own decoration team for Aadya, the annual festival of NSS DCAC. Blood Connect helps to save hundreds of lives each year by facilitating blood donation. And Project Sensitization, educating us and those around us about the prejudices that stay with us everywhere we go and harm our society. 

Aadya, the one day socio-cultural festival that we use as a medium to give numerous NGOs a chance to display their talents and put on sale their creations is one of the much awaited events of the year. There are exciting activities & events like Dance on Dhol, Poster Making, Street Football, Newspaper Dressing, Treasure Hunt, Eating Competition, etc. 

A number of activities and seminars with guest speakers, donation drives and intense preparations for Aadya, fun-trips with the TanZeal kids and cleanliness drives, orientation sessions and other activities keep the volunteers of DCAC NSS busy through out the year. 

DCAC Reviews

4.5 /5
Infrastructure Rating
Aayush Sharma
B.Com(Hons), 2015

Beauty of the college

The infrastructure here is ultimate. You can't even compare it with the private university. The medical facilities are free for the students. There is no canteen but there is an art faculty canteen, just 20 meters away, and the food is offered at very reasonable prices. They provide quality of food at reasonable prices. You can expect the campus crowd of North campus. The seminars are conducted almost every day in the moot court hall.

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2.5 /5
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Aayush Sharma
B.Com(Hons), 2015

I don't know much about hostel

I live at my own place no hostel but my friends used to be there and from their view it's just ok not so good at all and mess food is just compulsion.

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