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College Orientation Programme: 2019-2020
Date: 22th July 2019, Time :09.30 a.m. Read More

List of the Students for Hostel Accommodation for the year 2019-20 with Semesterwise Charges
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Significant Advisory for Admissions 2019-20
  1. Regarding Cancellation of Admission from one course/ College and admission into LSR: If you meet the cut off for some course at LSR and decide to cancel your admission in another college, FIRST please get your documents verified from the admission committee members at LSR. Only then proceed to cancel your admission elsewhere. Once cancelled, you cannot be re-admitted there in the eventuality that you do not secure admission in LSR.
    The same advisory applies if you seek to cancel your admission in one course of LSR and take admission in another course within LSR.

  2. The OBC applicants who belong to the ‘Non-Creamy Layer‘ and whose caste appears in the Central List of the OBCs only, shall be eligible to be considered for admission under the OBC category (Validity period of OBC certificate in respect of ‘non-creamy layer‘ status of the applicants as per DOPT Office Memorandum No. 36036/2/2013-Estt. (Res-I) dated 31 March 2016). The validity of the non-creamy layer certificate shall be for the financial year 2018-2019, issued after 31st March, 2019.

  3. SC/ST/OBC/EWS/CW/KM Certificate (in the name of the Applicant) should be issued by the competent authority. The names of applicants claiming reservation under SC/ST/OBC/EWS/CW/KM must match with the names that appear on their corresponding School Board qualifying certificates; similarly their parents ‘names must match in both sets of certificates.

For any query on admissions please email to admission2019@lsr.edu.in



Notice
KINDLY NOTE that henceforth hostel will be available to first year students for ONE YEAR ONLY. This is as per GB resolution to promote inclusivity by implementing constitutional reservations and to provide a secure environment to a larger number of students from various parts of India in their first year and is being done solely with purpose of providing reserved seats to the students of the OBC category. The College also intends to provide hostel seat reservation to EWS students soon.

Though, LSR would ideally like to offer hostel residence to each of its students for entire three years, this decision by LSR College to become a hostel for first year students only is guided by the Supreme Court order directing not to reduce the number of seats for the students of general category while reserving seats for the OBC students.
ALL STUDENTS WHO ARE ADMITTED TO THE HOSTEL IN THEIR FIRST YEAR  (BEGINNING JULY 2019) WILL THUS HAVE TO MAKE ALTERNATE ARRANGEMENTS FOR THEIR STAY IN DELHI IN THEIR SECOND AND THIRD YEARS OF STUDY AT LSR COLLEGE.

**However the College would like to clarify here that the students who are already in the hostel will continue for their full three years.
**Students admitted into the LSR hostel under the ‘Persons with Disability’ quota will have accommodation for full three years even after the hostel is converted into ‘first-years-only’ hostel.



Principal's Message
Our persistent endeavour to improve and achieve excellence continued during academic year 2018-19. It is a matter of great satisfaction that LSR has improved its position to fifth (from earlier Ninth in 2017 and Eighth in 2018) in the third National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF). Further, very significantly, our score in Graduation Outcomes (which is a reflection of academic and employability status of students) is the best at 93.81 among top five Colleges in India. I am quite confident that the LSR faculty will find ways and means to not only maintain our Graduation Outcomes score but also improve Research and Professional standards.

In our effort to make the institution responsive and relevant to the special needs of the students, the Psychology Department and Department of Statistics organized interaction with young students who face unprecedented challenges of competition in an environment of fast changing technological, knowledge driven society. Such efforts to make meaningful interventions, beyond the routine of curriculum in the lives of our students, leads to a positive impact. Read More...