To promote excellence in academic persuits, students can apply for financial support for participating in and presenting papers in Seminars/Workshops/Training Programmes /Debate/Youth Leadership Programmes and Participation in the Field Trips/Industrial Visits / Educational Visits at local, national and international level.
Procedure for dealing with applications for Financial Assistance under ‘CENTRE FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE’
1. Application (Format A) should be submitted with the Dealing Assistant at the Administrative Office.
2. Application should be entered in a Prescribed Register by the DA (Format B). A Registration Number will be given by the D.A. to the applicant.
3. DA will verify the eligibility of the applicant from his/her Ledger Account, ensure that relevant documents are submitted, and that the documents are complete in all respects. The AO/SO Admin will verify the facts and countersign the application. In case documents are incomplete or applicant is not eligible his/her application should be returned citing reason (Format F).
4. All papers complete in all respects will be forwarded to the PO with a summary in a prescribed format (Format C) once in every three months (30th Sept, 31st Dec., 31st March and 30th June) or even earlier in case more than 10 applications are received before three months.
5. The PO will make arrangement for convening the meeting of the Committee for formalizing the approval and disposal of applications.
6. After the approval of the Committee the papers will be send to the Administration for recording in Ledger for Programme-wise-Assistance (Format E).
7. After recording in register the Administrative Office will send Applications to the Accounts Office for releasing Financial Assistance to the beneficiary. The Administration will inform the beneficiary that the Financial Assistance has been granted, and for reimbursement he/she may contact to the Accounts office. In case Financial Assistance has been disapproved the information for the same should be send to the applicant citing reasons, if given by the Committee (Format G). This should be done through emails or notices also.
8. Accounts Section will maintain a register for Reimbursement Date-wise & Account- wise.
9. The applications approved under the scheme shall be audited by internal auditor.
Free Wi-fi internet connectivity is provided to all students through a specified login and password issued by the Computer Centre of the college. Students may access free internet connectivity through their smartphones or laptop computers.
Scholarships and Financial Aid The college provides requisite scholarships and financial aid to genuinely needy students. Students requiring financial assistance may approach the Administrative Officer and complete the formalities.
1. SRCC Student’s Union Scholarships
(i) Two need-cum-merit scholarships of ` 12,000 each per annum for students of second year.
(ii) The scholarships will be awarded to the students of B.Com (Hons.) and B.A (Hons.) Economics.
2. SRCC Alumni Association Scholarship
(i) One need-cum-merit scholarship of ` 12,000 per annum for a student of B.Com (Hons.) or B.A. (Hons.) Economics in the first year.
(ii) The scholarship will continue in the second and third year provided the student maintains on an average at least 60% marks in the preceding two semester examinations.
3. Sultan Chand Trust Scholarship
(i) Two scholarships of ` 12,000 each per annum for toppers of first year and second year of B.Com (Hons.). The scholarships will be awarded to the topper only, even if he/she has been awarded some other scholarship(s).
(ii) These scholarships are for second year and third year students only.
4. Mitsubishi UFJ Foundation Scholarship
(i) Mitsubishi UFJ Foundation, Japan award scholarship of US $ 420 each to 12 undergraduate students.
(ii) The scholarship will be awarded to first, second and third year students.
(iii) There will be three students from B.Com (Hons.) and one student from B.A (Hons.) Economics from each of the three years.
(iv) The scholarships will be awarded on the basis of 75 percent of weightage of marks obtained in the previous examinations with 75% weightage and performance in the interview with 25 percent of weightage.
(v) The scholarships will be awarded to the students even if they have been awarded some other scholarship(s).
(vi) The scholarships will be given to both general category students and reserve category students on the basis of merit.
5. Envision Scholarship
(i) One scholarship of 18,000 per annum to a student of third year B.Com (Hons.) for securing the highest marks in the second year.
(ii) In case of a tie between students, it will be awarded to one who has secured higher aggregate marks in the preceding qualifying University/Board examination.
(iii) The scholarship is funded by the corpus provided by Envision, a heritage foundation. (iv) The scholarship will be given to the topper even if he/she has been awarded some other scholarship(s).
6. M.C.Shukla Scholarship
(i) Two need-cum-merit scholarships of 12,000 each per annum are available for B.Com (Hons.) second year students who have secured on an average at least 65% marks in the previous two semester examinations, and have minimum of 75% attendance in the previous year.
(ii) Parental income of the students should not exceed two lacs per annum.
(iii) Merit and need has equal weightage.
(iv) The scholarships are funded from the corpus provided by Prof. M.C. Shukla Birthday Celebration Committee.
7. T.S.Grewal Scholarship
i) One need-cum-rnerit scholarship of 12,000 per annum is awarded to a B.Com (Hons.) second year student who has secured on an average at least 65% marks in the previous two semester examinations.
(ii) Merit and need has equal weightage.
(iii) The scholarship is funded from the corpus provided by Shri S. N. P. Punj.
8. Kanwar Lal Memorial Scholarship
(i) One need-cum-merit scholarship of 12,000 per annum is awarded to a student of B.Com (Hons.) or B.A (Hons.) Economics.
(ii) The scholarship will be awarded to a student of B.Com (H) or B.A (H) Economics who secures 60% or more marks in Business Communication or Compulsory Language (English).
(iii) Merit and need has equal weightage.
(iv) Scholarship is funded from corpus provided by Shri Ram S.Tarneja.
9. C.B.Gupta Memorial Scholarship
(i) One need-cum-merit scholarship of 12,000 per annum is awarded to a first year student B.Com (Hons.).
(ii) The parental income of the student should not exceed 2,00,000 per annum.
(iii) The scholarship is being provided by Dr. C. B. Gupta's daughter Smt. Sarla Mittal.
10. Prem Handa Memorial Scholarship
(i) One scholarship of 12,000 per annum is awarded to a third year student of B.Com (Hons.) on need basis.
(ii) The scholarship is funded from the corpus provided by Smt. Harshi Handa in the memory of her husband. Shri Prem Handa.
11. Pt. Kanahya Lal Dayawanti Punj Scholarship
(i) One scholarship of ` 12,000 per annum is awarded to a second year student of B.Com (Hons.) on need basis.
(ii) The scholarship is funded from the corpus provided by Pt. Kanahya Lal Dayawanti Punj Charitable Society.
12. Manoj Kumar Memorial Scholarship
(i) One need-cum-merit scholarship of 12,000 per annum is awarded to a third year student of B.Com (Hons.).
(ii) Merit will be determined by qualifying marks of 60% in the subjects Microeconomics I and II in the University examinations.
(iii) The merit and need has equal weightage.
13. College Scholarship
(i) Need-cum-merit scholarships of 12,000 per annum are awarded to the economically needy students of B.Com (H), B.A (H) Eco. and M.Com.
(ii) The fund for the scholarships is provided by collection made from students of the College.
14. KPMG Scholarship
(i) KPMG Foundation awards scholarships on need-cum-merit basis to eligible students for amount ranging from 12,000 to 30,000 per annum based on a laid out criteria.
(ii) The criteria for academic year 2015-16 is as follows;
(a) The scholarship amount for each student should not exceed 30,000.
(b) The scholarship amount can vary per student based on the student's need/ expenses.
(c) The annual family income is at or below 4,50,000.
(d) First priority is to be given to the students that were selected last year, if they have performed reasonably.
(e) A representative from KPMG would meet the shortlisted students before the final selection for award of the scholarships.
15. Scholarship for Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe/OBC Two scholarships namely Post-metric scholarship for SC/OBC and merit Scholarship for College/Technical/Professional institutions for SC/ST/OBC/Minority bonafide students (belonging to Delhi), are awarded by the Directorate of Education, Government of NCT, Delhi on receipt of completed applications submitted through the college. The eligible students should submit their scholarship forms alongwith the attested copies of documents as per the notification/ advertisement published by Delhi Government in leading newspapers in the month of August-September every year.
16. All India Entrance Scholarship The University holds a competitive examination in the month of October every year for the award of 50 All India Entrance Scholarship of 250 per month, tenable for three years, for pursuing a course of study for an Honours Degree in this University. The last date for receipt of application is September 1st every year. Details may be obtained from the College Office or from University on any working day between 9:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.
17. Students Aid Fund and Fee Concession The objective of the Students Aid Fund is to render financial assistance to needy students towards their tuition fees, cost of text books, hostel/mess expenses, clothing and medical expenses. Forms are available from the College Office, in the first week of August.
18. Neeru Singh and Analjit Singh Scholarship This scholarship is to benefit an under -privileged, needy and deserving student through his/her graduation fee and expenses for books etc.
1. Punj Lloyd Gold Medal is awarded to the topper of Global Business Operations (GBO) Programme across all years taken together.
2. Prem Pandhi Gold Medal is awarded to best post graduate student to be judged on the basis of overall performance of student in academics, attendance, conduct, participation and credits/awards in extra-curricular activities and sports activities in the first two semesters of postgraduate diploma in Global Business Operations. The weightage is as follows:
(a) Academics 50%
(b) Attendance 20%
(c) Conduct and Participation in extra-curricular activities 20%
(d) Sports 10%
3. Kamla Mehrotra Gold Medals awarded to B.Com (Hons.) overall topper.
4. Tejpal Aggarwal gold Medals awarded to B.Com (Hons.) first year topper.
5. Arun Chachra Memorial Gold Medals awarded to a student of B.A (Hons.) Economics overall topper.
6. Dr. Charat Ram Gold Medal awarded to B.A (Hons.) Economics second year topper.
7. Shri G. L. Bansal Gold Medal awarded to B.A (Hons.) Economics first year topper.
8. M. C. Kuchhal Gold Medal is awarded to a B.Com (Hons.) third year student who secures highest marks in aggregate in Business Laws and Corporate Laws of B.Com (Hons.) first year and second year respectively.
9. Principal Jai Narayan Vaish Memorial Medals are awarded to those students who secure first position in B.Com (Hons.) and M.Com in the College at the graduate and post graduate examination respectively and have consistently obtained first division marks in all examinations.
10. Kumari Archna Agrawal Memorial Medal and Cash Prize are awarded to a student of B.Com (Hons.) who secures the highest percentage of marks in all the years taken together and has cleared these examinations in the first attempt.
11. R. L Gupta Medal awarded to a student of B.Com (Hons.) III year who secures highest marks in aggregate in Financial Accounting and Corporate Accounting and has consistently obtained first division marks in B.Com (Hons.) I and II year examinations.
12. Suniti Goyal Medal is awarded to a final year topper of B.A (Hons.) Economics.
I3. Hora Medal is awarded to a student of final year of B.Com (Hons.) or B.A (Hons.) Economics or M.Com or M.A Economics for outstanding participation and organization of extra-curricular activities in the College during all the years. The criteria/weightage for award of medal is as under:
Organizing ability 60%
Leadership Quality 20%
Active participation in various extra-curricular activities 20%
14. Dhani Ram Medal is awarded to the best debaters of the year: one in Hindi and one in English. The medals will be awarded to any student, who has to his/her credit maximum active participation in debating during the year, provided that no student shall be awarded medals more than once. Best debater will be decided on the basis of the following criteria:
Weightage in College Function
Weightage in Inter-College Function
Consolation Prize or Sharing a Trophy
15. Principal Madan Mohan Medal is awarded to a student who has to his/her credit maximum active participation in extra-curricular activities during the year. The participation in extra-curricular events may include debates, public-speaking, essay writing, seminar and symposia presentation, conference papers, music, dancing, drawing, painting, sculpture and other fine arts, exhibition of photography, painting etc., plays, mono-acting performance, computer games, quiz competition, co-ordination, with corporates for campus recruitment, organization of campus recruitment process, international programmes, case study competition, simulation exercise, etc.
16. Social Service Medal is awarded to the best social worker of the College for the year.
17. Professor V.K. Bhalla Gold Medal is awarded to the topper of the Financial Management Paper.
1. There are three prizes in the I, II and III year classes of B.Com (Hons.) and three prizes in the I, II and III year classes of B.A (Hons.) Economics. Likewise, there are two prizes in Year I and Year II of M.Com, M.A Economics and P.G. Diploma in Global Business Operations.
2. Skand Gupt Memorial Cash Prize is given to a student of B.A. (H) Eco. II year who scores highest marks in the Compulsory Language (English) Credit Course paper in the preceding year.
3. Manohar Lal Memorial Cash Prize is awarded to a student of B.A. (H) Eco. II and III year or B.Com (H) III year who has scored the highest marks in Hindi in the preceding year in the credit course paper.
4. Master Akshat Ramesh Gupta Memorial Cash Prize. The scholarship is given to a male student who scores highest aggregate marks during three years of B.Com (Hons.).
BUS, RAILWAYS & AIRLINES CONCESSION
Bus Concessional Pass: The Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC), public bus service in the city of Delhi offers concessional all route passes to students of DU colleges for commuting by its buses. Concession form is available at the Bus Pass Section of the DTC in the University campus and the same is to be attested from the Admin. Office for its onward submission at the DTC counter for issue of concessional bus pass.
Railway Concessional Pass: Students are allowed railway fare concession during vacations only for traveling to their hometown. Railway concession forms may be obtained from the College’s Admin. Office. Students must inform the office about any change in hometown address by an application countersigned by their parents.
Airline Concessional Pass: Airlines fare concessions are available for travelling to any place within the country. Concession form of the respective airline may be got attested from the Admin. Office for availing this facility.