With over 50 colleges located away from the main campuses, off-campus colleges can be the best option for many students. These colleges are also good options for students who live far away from the main campus.
Why an Off-Campus College is not a bad idea?
Let's first clear the myth around off-campus colleges not being good enough. There are many off-campus colleges which are equal in both faculty and infrastructure to the main campus colleges. It's just that the main campus colleges have enjoyed the top slots for a long time, leaving little limelight for the off-campus colleges.
Off-campus colleges have all the highlights that a main campus (both north and south) college can boast of. Off-campus colleges have some vivid cultural festivals, societies and clubs, and regularly organize events like seminars and talks for students to keep them up to date about the recent developments in their respective fields of study.
Students, when selecting a college for admission, should not just go by the frenzy around a college but carefully look into all the aspects. An off-campus college can offer you the same opportunities as a main campus college would. Also, often the cut off for off-campus college are a little lower than that in main campus. So students who do not make the cut for the main campus colleges should definitely consider this option.
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10 Off Campus Colleges With Good Faculty and Infrastructure
1. Deen Dayal upadhyaya College
2. Zakir Husain Delhi College
3. Maharaja Agrasen College
4. Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies
5. Shaheed Bhagat Singh College of Vocational Studies
6. Sri Aurobindo College
7. Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce
8. Indraprastha College for Women
9. Shivaji College
10. Gargi College
There are other off-campus colleges such as Delhi College of Commerce, Acharya Narendra Dev College, Kamla Nehru College which are among some of the best colleges in the country.
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