Indian Agricultural Research Institute - [IARI], New Delhi - Photos & Videos

New Delhi, Delhi NCR ICAR, UGC Estd 1905 Deemed to be University NAAC Grade A+ | Scale 3.5

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8.7 /10

Hostel Facilities :

The Hostel services are top-notch. There are around ten hostels on the campus, with several different cuisines available for students in the many different mess halls around the campus. The mess is managed by the students themselves. The Hostel services are almost free. Wifi is also available, although capped at 15gb per month.

Campus Life :

The gender ratio is quite skewed towards men, as is the case with most colleges in the science stream. Students are mostly focused on studies and are usually cream of the crop. Most of my class consisted of North Indian students, although students from far off places also come here as this is one the best institutes in India.

9 /10 faculty
7 /10 placement
7 /10 social life
9 /10 course
10 /10 hostel
10 /10 campus life
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MM
8.7 /10

Hostel Facilities :

The Hostel Infrastructure is very excellent. There are several different messes around the hostel campus, catering to many different cuisines and such. A lot of people feel homesick so this is a good way to feel closer to your hometown. There is wifi in the campus and you can choose from different modes of accommodations like single, double etc.

Campus Life :

The gender ratio is badly biased towards men. Few women apply in IARI as it is ultimately a science stream college. There are several student unions and even the mess is managed by the students themselves so we can participate in many such activities.

8 /10 faculty
8 /10 placement
6 /10 social life
10 /10 course
10 /10 hostel
10 /10 campus life
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SC
9.2 /10

Campus Life :

Campus life is very pleasant. It is a green campus and called lung of Delhi. We have students clubs in every discipline which organise various events. There is one Faculty club with all facilities. Gymnasium is also. Three playgrounds are there. This campus is called mini India as students are there from each and every state.

9 /10 faculty
10 /10 placement
9 /10 social life
9 /10 course
9 /10 hostel
9 /10 campus life
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Mp
4.8 /10

Campus Life :

All department have their own labs as per the term and conditions of the university, there is central Library also there and there is play grond and indoor stadium and swimming pool is there. All lab available with state of art equipment

4 /10 faculty
3 /10 placement
4 /10 social life
6 /10 course
4 /10 hostel
8 /10 campus life
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R
8.7 /10

Campus Life :

Our college strongly focused on improving student's soft skills and hence formed many extracurricular activities societies like NSS, sports, dancing, debating etc. The college motivated all the students to participate in extracurricular activities and competitions as well.

9 /10 faculty
8 /10 placement
9 /10 social life
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S
9.0 /10

Campus Life :

our college organised the republic day , independence day and these type of cultural events also , the sport meet was famous in the students faculty of the college also take part in this and make these type of events successful

10 /10 faculty
8 /10 placement
9 /10 social life
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