It offers both morning and evening classes to a student base of almost 2,000, with a permanent teaching staff of around 150. The college was established in 1972, while "Evening college" was established in 1973. It is one of the constituent colleges of Delhi University that lies off campus, in Phase-3, Ashok Vihar.
It offers degrees in Commerce, Economics, English, Hindi, History, Mathematics, Political Science, Sanskrit, and Urdu. Economics and Commerce are the two most popularly subscribed courses.
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