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Welcome to DDU College.


Institutions are built by humans and not by the bzildings”. We started with this spirit in the year 1990 in a school building at Karampura. In our journey of the last two decades, we modified the building as per our compulsions and eventually added another block to accommodate the in?ux of students. All these years we have been feeling the dire need of a campus which has proper facilities as per expected standards of a college. We shall be shifting to our new campus at Dwarka by the end of this calendar year. The campus has been planned as per international standards with focus on national/international collaborations. This building will have most of the features of a green building- water harvesting, water recycling, solar electricity, to name a few. The building has been so designed as to allow maximum light and air to come in naturally. It has a separate offce for each faculty member, residential facility for about 10% of the students (separate for boys and girls), an auditorium, indoor sports facilities, gymnasium, large spacious Iaboratories, Iecture halls, library and a computer centre. Additionally, the buliding will have full power back up and a large part of it will be centrally air conditioned. It also has a guest house with eight rooms. We have moved a step ahead in our endeavours to earn excellence in the dynamic global academic scenario.

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Vishwakarma Award 2017 to our New Campus at Dwarka


The Construction Industry Development Council (CIDC) has awarded the Scroll of Commendation to Public Works Department (PWD), Govt of Delhi for construction of Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College building at Dwarka, New Delhi. CIDC is established by Planning Commission, Govt of India and the Construction Industry to take up activities for the development of the Indian construction industry. The new campus is a state of the art multistoried building on a plot of 7.7 acres with many features of a green building. Rain water harvesting system and water recycling plant are already in place. The roof tops are to be used for generation of solar power. An agreement for which has already been signed with a government agency. With passage of time, the college is planning to install a waste treatment plant for addressing the issues of bio-waste disposal. The newly developed modern infrastructure facilitates the teaching and learning atmosphere in the college. Some of the distinctive features of the building are: lecture halls/rooms, laboratories, library, computer center, auditorium, seminar rooms etc. fitted with latest audio visual aids and other equipments required for an institution of higher education. The campus has spacious laboratories for each department with special focus on Research Laboratories. The Library now boasts of fully air-conditioned reading hall facility spread over three floors with a total seating capacity of approximately 300 persons utilized by students and faculty for selfstudy and text-book consultation. One floor with seating capacity of around 85 persons is meant exclusively for reference book consultation and internet based library services. The sports facilities comprise of Indoor Squash Court, Badminton Court, Table Tennis, Carrom Board, Gymnasium and an archery range. All the basic amenities are available with up-to-date facilities including parking, common rooms (boys and girls separate), a medical room and a guest house. The college will also provide hostel facility to students (boys and girls) with separate mess in addition to cafeteria. 

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Awards and Honours


Dr. Manoj Saxena, Associate Professor in Electronics received Meritorious Teacher by the Govt. of NCT of Delhi for the Year 2014, based on evaluation comprising of Student Evaluation, Result Evaluation, Self Appraisal and Evaluation by the Principal.  

Earlier, Dr. Nisha Rana, Associate Professor in Commerce and Dr. Deepak Jain, , Associate Professor in Physics received the award in 2013 and 2012 respectively.