There is an atmosphere in college that is very depressing. You feel stressed once you enter the campus of college. There are no extra curricular activities in college. Canteen of college is not upto the mark. Food menu is cheap but the quality of the food is bad.
M.Com entrance exam, scored above 60%, one of the best institutions in the country for the course. There are other colleges in Delhi university which offer the course, but this institute is above all other colleges as in entire Delhi university the course is controlled by the institute. The colleges are deemed to follow the institute.
Placement Experience :
There is a placement cell in the economics and commerce department if my college. There in no active placement cell in geography department. No dse doesnt provide and internship but it support students who are willing to do internships in different institutes like IMD, Ndma etc.
Since I always wanted to go into teaching profession, to share my knowledge, to keep learning endlessly and spread awareness and this is one of the best institute for M.com, so I chose this course and college
College is overall superb. It's worth spending two years for post graduate program. The crowd is exceptionally good, with people coming from several renowned undergraduate programs across the country such as St. Stephens, SRCC, IITs.
Ques. How do I go about choosing between JNU and DSE for MA Economics?
● Top Answer By Sandhya R on 18 Oct 21
Ans.Both the courses are distinct from one another.
At DSE, they train you rigorously in mathematics. And this is an important part of your journey but that is about the only part DSE focuses on. Economic theory at DSE will give you an edge over a lot of other institutions and get your foot in the door inside a lot of big names in finance.
Now coming to JNU, they don’t give a lot of emphasis on Maths but they make sure you read a lot more than you will read at DSE. This means you build a well-rounded view of the world and how economies function. This is a good thing as it will help you very much in mainstream research and things like journalism where you need to know a lot of things.
Also, at JNU reading thoroughly is a part of the curriculum which is not the same in DSE. With the curriculum at JNU, you will discover different schools of thought and learn to think for yourself.
Overall, choosing JNU will be better.Read more
Ques. Between JNU and Delhi School Of Economics, which option will be the best to pursue a PhD in economics for an individual?
● Top Answer By Keshav Jindal on 17 Jul 21
Ans.One of my cousins who did a Ph.D. said that choosing a college clearly depends upon the area of interest you have in mind for the research.
It would be good if you start researching the professors of the colleges. If their field of expertise matches the field you wanted to opt for, then it’s a win-win situation.
Well, If we talk about JNU I have been informed by one of my friends who did PhD from JNU that this university focuses on hardcore research. Moreover, it has a good number of professors who have decent experience in research.
Whereas, DSE offers a master’s program that helps students to apply for corporate jobs. Thus, this institute is quite quantitative for its PG courses.
Delhi School of Economics will teach mathematically to understand the contemporary style of economics. This will help you try for a Ph.D. abroad.
JNUs teachings are much simpler and theories with less mathematical writing. If you want to sit for UPSC exams, JNU is really a good option.
Therefore, you need to choose wisely, pursuing Ph.D. would only be good if you receive a good piece of advice from your professors or someone who has appropriate experience.Read more
Ques. What is the admission criteria for Delhi school of economics after class 12?
● Top Answer By Ayan Dey on 21 Jan 21
Ans.Delhi School of Economics is one of the premier institutes in India for higher education. Applying here after your class 12 will be a great opportunity. Students with 55% marks in aggregate in their 10+2 are eligible for application. The selection process is merit based.
They offer courses like Geography, Commerce, Sociology and Economics. They have a student intake of 74 students. Students appearing for their finals can also apply. There is no age limit and students from any stream are eligible for application.
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Placements at Delhi School of Economics are also good. More than 56 reputed companies participated in their placement program. These companies include IBM, Sopra, ICICI Bank, Infosys, RBL Bank, Genpact, TCS and many more. Students securing 60% in their exam are eligible for placements.Read more
Ques. Should I do a BBE from Delhi University or bachelors in economics from Delhi School of Economics?
● Top Answer By Ayan Dey on 21 Jan 21
Ans.The point which needs to be addressed at first is that Delhi School of Economics doesn't provide any BA Economics course as of now. Though, many of the other colleges under Delhi University offer this course. The admission procedure starts with the evaluation of the performance in 12th standard boards.
Both BA Economics and Bachelors in Business Economics (BBE) indeed provide great career opportunities. Though, few factors need to be considered before making a choice. Here are some of the factors mentioned below.
Firstly, the question arises in the mind is about the enjoyment one gets while practicing maths. If the answer is no, then it is highly recommended to go for BBE as BA Economics includes a lot of maths.
Secondly, it is regarding the interest in learning about the working of economy or functioning of a business. Students keen to learn about the working of economy should opt for BA Economics while students interested to know about the functioning of business may opt for BBE.
Then it is about the future aspirations. If you are interested in research, teaching, and academics then opt for BA Economics. Though, both BBE and BA Economics are suitable options for those who are heading towards the corporate sector.
Finally it is your decision to shape the future. You need to be certain about your future goals. If you are opting to pursue MBA, you can go for any of the two courses available. Though, students who are willing to pursue MA in economics, should definitely pursue BA Economics without any doubts.Read more
Ques. Which is better, an MBA from Delhi School of Economics, or an MBA from the Department of Financial Studies?
● Top Answer By Monika on 21 Jan 21
Ans.The choice of MBA from Delhi School of Economics or Department of Financial Studies entirely depends upon the interest of the student. If you are interested in finance, then definitely Department of Financial Studies will be a better option than Delhi School of Economics.
Though, if you are confused about the stream, then you can opt for Delhi School of Economics. In Delhi School of Economics, companies hire students irrespective of their profiles such as finance, operations, marketing, etc.
Both being part of Delhi University, so the brand, infrastructure, etc are kind of the same.
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ICICI, Deloitte, D E Shaw, Trident and Reliance.
Bank of India, E&Y, Bank of America, HP, Coca Cola, ICICI Bank, KPMG.
The most offered jobs in Delhi School of Economics is in sales and marketing.
Though, few big companies like KPMG, Emerson, Janlaxmi, etc. also visit every year and it is the same case for other profiles.
The faculty of MBA in Delhi School of Economics is average.
The faculties are mostly M.Com students passed out from B-school. There are indeed also some experienced teachers.
The faculties of MBA in Department of Financial Studies are top-notch in finance and are at par with IIMs. Most of the faculties are Ph.D. holders having a vast teaching experience. The faculties also have industrial expertise.Read more
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