The University of Delhi or commonly known as “DU”, is one of the very popular universities in India since its inception in 1922. DU stands first in all students’ wishlist and provides for the reason that DU has a brand value and it offers well-designed courses and overall grooming to students. Delhi University, with its extensive north campus, has nine colleges and it is located around the Faculty of Arts Extension, which is a hub for political and social activities. If you are planning to take admission in North Campus, here’s some guidance that you can take to survive the next three years of your campus life.

Some top colleges of North Campus

St. Stephen’s

It is a Christian college and also considered one of the most prestigious colleges for Arts and Science in India. Right across the road lies the Hindu College with whom St. Stephen’s is known to share an old friendly-rivalry.
Shri Ram College of Commerce
The college awarded as A+ grade in the first cycle grading by the NAAC and also one of the best institutes for commerce stream. How can we forget the Indoor Sports Complex, Crossroads which is one of the best cultural fests in India, and a lot more than SRites brag about.

Hindu College

Awarded as the ‘Star College’ for the department of Biotechnology, by the Ministry of Science and Technology of India and also offers UG and PG courses in Science, Humanities and Social Science. Fun fact about Hindu is that they celebrate Valentine’s Day in its most unique manner, the hostel students of Hindu come together to worship the Damdami Mata’s poster, hanging on the Virgin tree. The tree is decorated every year with colour and water filled with…. Not balloons, but Condoms!

Hansraj College

This College Offers courses in Science, Liberal Arts, and Commerce. Hansraj has produced notable alumni who are prominent leaders. Our very own Shahrukh Khan AKA “King Khan” is an Alumni of this college.

Kirori Mal College

The college is popular for its various extracurricular activities and it’s known for its theatre, music, and art. Amitabh Bachchan is the most famous alumni of KMC. His birthday is till date celebrated in his old hostel room every year in the college hostel and trust us, it’s one hell of a party!

Nearby markets

North campus offers some great shopping options for students which they can afford in their limited pocket money, and this tour hits all the student-friendly options.

Kamla Nagar and Vijay Nagar markets are Sarojini Nagar of north campus, where you can get the latest high street fashion clothes and accessories at super cheap prices. The market is also flooded with book shops that sell second-hand books, artificial jewellery and grooming salons at reasonable prices.

Majnu ka Tilla, the Tibetan refugee colony is a short auto ride away from North Campus and is a shopping hub that dictates the style secret of the students. Be it clothes or eccentric accessories, it offers variety and value for money. Be sure to look through your calendar once, as this market is closed on Mondays.

Food Joints

When you step to North Campus you have many options for “Hangout Addas” and these are the most popular food joints of north campus.  Here is the list of Addas that you can visit with your friends:
Tom Uncle’s Maggi Point has been serving lip-smacking maggi for years now. There are more than 20 kinds of maggie served with banta or tea. This stall is located near Ramjas College.

Edwin James, a banta seller, who sits outside Hindu College, is one of the most popular banta sellers in the area. If you probably dreaming a nice big glass of ice water to quench your thirst then this is a place to grab the chilling glass from.

Kamla Nagar market is very popular for food joints like QDs which serves tandoori momos and other popular items include mocktails, chowmein, thukpa, manchurian and fried rice. Chache Di Hatti where students flock the place for a plate of chhole bhature, which is priced at Rs 30.

Majnu ka Tilla is the best place to find cheap and quality food. Koko’s and Ama Restaurant are food joints that vouch for authentic Tibetan and Nepali food.

Head to Hudson Lane with your squad to enjoy the youthful ambience of cafes. Some cafes that are completely unmissable, include The Hudson Cafe, The Big Yellow Door, Cafeteria & Co., Wood Box cafe and Ricos.

Accommodation options
After admission, finding accommodation is another challenge for outstation students. If you do not manage to secure a hostel room nothing is there to worry about. North Campus is a hub for providing student accommodation. Ranging from PGs to flats, you can opt for any kind of accommodation that suits your comfort.
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