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Standing by the doctrine of Mahatma Hansraj and DAV Philosophy, Hansraj College of Delhi University has an ‘Old World’ charm in it. Amidst the red-bricked walls and lush green Silhouettes like an additive tranquilizer, life in HRC is surely a surreal experience. The college library has more than 1,35,000 titles to its name and about 98 periodicals published in India and abroad. It is divided into four sections namely the Main Library, the Individual Departmental Libraries, the Periodicals, and the Textbook Sections.
With amazing and pretty affordable food, the canteen of HRC is the liveliest spot for its students to hang out. It spreads over 375 meters and can accommodate up to 150 people at once.
With an indoor badminton court and a state-of-the-art shooting range, the sports complex of the college is one of the best in the country. The college provides both indoor as well as outdoor gaming facilities and possesses a huge sports ground along with a basketball court. It has an Amphitheatre for students to practice for various events. It has one of the largest Auditoriums of the University with a seating capacity of more than 600 people. The feature-rich auditorium of the college also has a premier Waiting Lounge outside.
Hansraj College has very well equipped 18 Science labs for Chemistry, Physics, Electronics, Botany and Zoology and 6 Computer labs with more than 130 machines. Its air-conditioned Seminar Hall is fed with audio-visual facilities and a seating capacity of up to 120 people. The college also provides hostel facility for boys enrolled in UG courses. It has a massive capacity of 200 people with additional facilities like a gym, common room, indoor and outdoor games, medical aid, mess, power backup, and Wi-Fi.
Working as a bridge between differently-abled students and the college administration, HRC has an Enabling Unit to assist students with physical disabilities. The Unit is managed by over 100 volunteers that organize seminars, awareness programs and Annual Cultural Fest called ‘Pahal’. From Swaranjali (the Music Society) to Navankur (the society benefitting differently-abled), from Oorja (the Western Dance Society) to Sanskriti (the society working towards the propagation of Indian Culture), Hansraj College has a Brobdingnagian array of societies.
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