Q: What courses does LSR offer?
A: The wide range of subjects and courses in the Honours programme include:
B.A. Honours in Economics, English, Hindi, History, Journalism, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Sanskrit and Sociology.
B.Sc. Honours in Mathematics and Statistics.
B.Com. Honours (Commerce).
B.A programme course and a four year professional course in Elementary Education are also offered.
In addition LSR conducts a one year Diploma course in Conflict Transformation and Peacebuilding.
Post graduate courses are conducted in English, Hindi, History, Mathematics, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Sanskrit and Statistics.
Q: Is any pre-course reading required?
A: No we do not expect students to do any specific pre-course reading but obviously it is advisable to be prepared for your course. We thus advise students to come for the Orientation, which will help them gain a better perspective on what they should expect for the next four years.
LSR also offers Bachelors in Elementary Education. To find out the details, please refer to www.cie.du.ac.in.
Q. What is the minimum percentage criteria for admission to LSR?
A. The minimum percentage required varies across different courses. The previous year’s cut -off percentages are indicative of the following year’s minimum requirements but may be subject to an increase.
Q. Is the cut-off percentage different for students residing outside Delhi?
A. No. Cut-offs are not different for students from outside Delhi.
Q. Are the first lists taken out on the basis of merit or on a first come first basis?
A. The lists are taken out strictly on the basis of merit only.
Q. What were cut-off percentages in 2017?
A. Cut-off percentages are available from the Cut Offs link.
Q. What is the procedure for Admission to MA Courses?.
A. Applicants wishing to join LSR College for MA Courses are required to get themselves registered with the concerned department of Delhi University (South Campus). Details are available on the DU Website www.du.ac.in
Q: How many hostel rooms does LSR have?
A: LSR has a total of 300 hostel seats and it is advisable for all out-station students to come early and make alternative arrangements should they not get a place in the hostel. We receive over 2000 applications for accommodation and it is therefore not possible to accommodate all the applicants. There are several good paying guest accommodation available near the College campus.
Q: On what basis is a hostel seat allotted?
A: It is strictly allotted on the basis of merit and need.
Q: How do I apply for a hostel room?
A: There are very limited seats available in the Residence Hall. All applicants are therefore well advised to make alternate arrangements. The Residence Hall Admission Procedures will begin only after the First List Admission is over. For every Department a limited, fixed number of seats are available. Depending on the strength of the Department, this number varies between 2 and 4.
Q: What is the fee structure for my course?
A: Please check the Information Handbook for the latest fee structure for the year of admission. The last years fee structure is also available on the College Fees page.
Q: Are there any scholarships available?
A: There are a limited number of scholarships available on the basis of merit. Freeships are available as well. Please check the Information Handbook and 'Useful Links' section of the website for further details.
Q: Could you please give me my sociology teacher’s contact details?
A: Due to security concerns, we do not generally divulge the Faculty’s contact address or details. You may however make a special request by emailing us and providing us particulars. We will then consider it on merit.
Q: I have applied for Economics (Hons) and I was wondering about my Faculty?
A: The Faculty list is shown on the Departments pages. During admissions, you will be given an opportunity to interact with some of your Faculty.