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Top 10 Science Colleges in India 2016

St Stephen’s College

St Stephen’s College, one of the elite Science colleges in India, was established by Cambridge Mission to Delhi in 1881. It is a Christian college under the administration of the Church of North India and is affiliated to Delhi University.  It aims to help students with moral, intellectual and aesthetic values.


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Last year’s cut-off: 97.75%
Admission Process: The admission procedure is based on composite merit, wherein along with Class 12 marks, an aptitude test and an interview are necessary. After the eligibility marks are announced, eligible students are called for an interview. It is then followed by an aptitude test.
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Loyola College

Loyola College, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, is an autonomous college since 1978 and has primarily adopted innovative methods of teaching and evaluation. It was founded and established by the Society of Jesus. Being one of the popular Science colleges in India, it constantly strives for excellence and leads students on to the path of innovation.

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Last year’s cut-off: NA
Admission Process: Application for admission is through the online process only. No printed applications are offered from the college. The requirements are any Group in Plus Two/XII or any other equivalent exam.
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Christ University

Christ University, Hosur Road, Bengaluru, is known for its high teaching standards and is one of the premier Science institutions in India. It was established in July 1969 and is managed by the priests of Carmelites of Mary Immaculate. It provides quality education to Science students and gives them the opportunity to harness their skills and knowledge.

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Last year’s cut-off: 89.75%
Admission Process: Admission is through both offline and online procedures.The admission of all the candidates is completely merit based. Also, short-listed students are later called for an interview. 
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Miranda House

Miranda House, founded in 1948, is a residential college for women affiliated to Delhi University. The college has a wide array of undergraduate and graduate courses for students from all across India. Along with high standards of education, it helps students to widen their cultural and academic knowledge.

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Last year’s cut-off: 95%
Admission Process: Applicants need to fill out the centralised pre-admission form issued by Delhi University. Also, Miranda House has a pre-admission form which must be filled before the college admission form.
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Hansraj College

 Hansraj College is one of the largest Science institutes affiliated to Delhi University. It was established in 1948 as an institution only for men. It became co-educational in 1978. It is managed by the D.A.V. Group which has more than 500 institutions under its management. It has played a prominent role in revamping the modern educational system and providing students with high valued and diverse range of skills.

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Last year’s cut-off: 95.75%
Admission Process: Applicants need to fill out the pre-admission form issued by Delhi University which is available both online and offline. The admission at Hansraj is completely merit based.
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Fergusson College

Fergusson College affiliated to the Savitribai Phule Pune University is one of best Science colleges for undergraduate and graduate courses in India. It is managed and administrated by the Deccan Education Society. Founded in 1800s, Fergusson College provides quality education to Science students and helps them observe the natural world through systematic observation and experimentation.

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Last year’s cut-off: 94.8%
Admission Process: Applicants need to submit all their information online and pay the required application fee online itself. Offline admissions are not available and the admissions are completely merit based.
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Madras Christian College

Madras Christian College, Tambaram, Chennai, is one of the pioneer Science educational institutes in India. Founded in 1837 by Dr William Miller, the institution has evolved into a popular modern destination for higher education in India.

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Last year’s cut-off:  93.64%
Admission Process: Applicants have to use the online admission portal designed by the college.
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Hindu College

Hindu College is ranked among one of the popular and top colleges in India. It was founded in 1899 and is located in New Delhi, India. It has enabled students to be liberal and competitive which distinguishes it from several other institutions.

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Last year’s cut-off: 96%
Admission Process: Admissions are according to university rules. Applicants are allowed to fill one common pre-admission form online or offline. There is no additional eligibility criterion for any course.
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Sri Venkateshwara College

Sri Venkateshwara College was founded in 1961 with the prime objective to cater education to students of south India but has now evolved into one of India’s elite Science institutions.  It is managed and administrated by the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD) Trust. Modern education facilities are provided to students so that they can achieve excellence and high merit scores.

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Last year’s cut-off:  94.79%
Admission Process:  Students need to have an aggregate score of at least 45% for their undergraduate or graduate course. Applicants can apply through both online and offline procedures. Candidates selected by the admission committee are completely based on merit.
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Ramjas College

Ramjas College is a prestigious Science institution affiliated to Delhi University which admits both undergraduate and graduate students. It is one of the founding colleges established in 1917. It not only provides students with excellent facilities but also encourages them to participate in several extracurricular activities.

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Last year’s cut-off:  94.5%
Admission Process: Admission seekers have to register with Delhi University and fill out the OMR which are eligible for admission.  Applicants can register for admission through the official college website or through offline forms available at the college office. Admissions are completely merit based.
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