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HANS RAJ COLLEGE
(University of Delhi)
Mahatma Hans Raj Marg, Malka Ganj Delhi-110007 Website : http://www.hansrajcollege.co.in

Hansraj College, an institution par excellence is the pride of Delhi University. This prestigious and progressive educational institution has always been one of the most sought after college, as it has acquired the distinction of being one of the top ten colleges out of 13,000 colleges in the country. Its illustrious teachers, non-teaching staff and students have spread its fragrance not only in India but all over the world. The college was founded by the DAV College Managing Committee on July 26, 1948 in the sacred memory of Mahatma Hans Raj, a pioneer in the field of education The founding Principal of the college, the late Dr. G.L. Dutta (1898- 1982), wholly identified himself with the DAV ideals and made every effort to carve a place for the college among leading progressive educational institution. For his successor, Shri Shanti Narayan (1911-1989), the college was a valuable instrument to serve the society. Under his stewardship, the college grew rapidly, in terms of both academic performance of students and infrastructure. The later Principals, Padamabhushan Shri G.P. Chopraji (1970 – 1984) presently President of DAV Trust, Dr. N.K. Uberoi (1984 – 1991), Shri J.K. Kapur ( 1992 – 2003), Dr. S.R. Arora ( 2003 – 2009) all worked relentlessly to uphold the glorious traditions of DAV. The present officiating Principal, Dr. V.K. Kawatra (2009 - onwards) is equally committed to lead the college on the well – crafted roadmap of the college inherited from its predecessors. When over DAV Trust set up this prestigious institution they set their eyes on values that were beyond academics. They had in mind the grooming of students to face life’s challenges in totality. They put across the message to the society that education has a much more comprehensive meaning that was literacy. Education must provide the foundation of basic value...
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