Sri Aurobindo College is established by Delhi University in Shivalik Colony, Malviya Nagar, in close vicinity of Qutub Minar, Sri Aurobindo Ashram, IIT (Delhi), NCERT, and Qutub Institutional Area. The red and white colored building adds to the Bollywood University vibes of the college. The college offers B.A. Honors in English, Hindi and Political Science, B.A. Programme, B.Com (H) and B.Com. B.Sc. Honors Electronics, B.Sc. Programme Life Sciences and Physical Sciences. The college also invites various top listed companies like E&Y, Concentrix, Telicity, Teach for India, Suncore Micro System for placements.
If you are fascinated by the South Campus and want to experience the daily hangouts to Saket in South Delhi, Sri Aurobindo College is for you.
Sri Aurobindo, founder
The college is divided into two wings. One wing is for morning classes while the other wing schedules for evening classes. It has an average infrastructure and two libraries. Water coolers are fixed at each floor to give students relief from exhausting heat in summers. The college doesn’t have air conditioners in the classrooms but they are available in offices and the seminar hall. Mostly, all the important events related to admissions take place in the seminar hall.
Aurobindo College also provides opportunities to the students through their participation in various societies. 'Crunk Dance Crew', the college's very own dance society is one the most popular western dance societies in the entire Delhi University. Other than this, there are ‘Bandwagons’, the fashion society, and ‘Moksh’, the dramatics society of the college is also popular among students in DU.
Crunk, the western dance society
The college canteen provides a good variety of snacks at pocket-friendly prices, but most liked by students are chole bhature and chowmein (which is quite spicy and savory). Apart from the college campus, there is a DDA market opposite to the college building, where the students usually go for regular in-between hangouts. Tikka junction and space cakes are the most visited places to eat and chill with friends. Moreover, for casual shopping or exploring cafes, students also go to Saket which is only a 15-20 minute ride in an auto.
If you’re looking for a college in the south campus to hang out at unusual places other than Satya Niketan, you should opt for Sri Aurobindo College.
The nearest metro station to reach the college is Malviya Nagar metro station, connected through the yellow line. The college is a walk away, but during urgency, students may also take an auto.
For students who are non Delhiites, Malviya Nagar provides the best accommodation for students. It is a residential area near the college, with convenient access to markets, safety for girls, and easy availability of domestic help and cooks.
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