ABOUT SRI AUROBINDO COLLEGE
Sri Aurobindo College was established in 1972, the birth centenary of the philosopher, patriot-poet, Sri Aurobindo, as a constituent college of the University of Delhi. The College inculcates the ideals of Sri Aurobindo and believes that an active commitment towards excellence is fundamental to the process of education.
The College, popularly referred to as "Aurobindo", offers liberal education in humanities, commerce and science to more than 2500 students. It offers B. A. Honours in English, Hindi and Political Science, B.A. Programme, B.Com.(H) and B.Com.(Pass), B.Sc. Honours Electronics, B.Sc. Programme Life Sciences and Physical Sciences.
Besides catering to students from Delhi, particularly South Delhi, a large number of students come from diverse parts of the country including Bihar, UP and North Eastern India.
The College has seen remarkable growth over the years. The quality of the incoming students and the University results have shown a progressive upward movement. Continual addition and updation of essential amenities and facilities has made our College a prestigious institution for academic and co-curricular pursuits. Student engagements in extracurricular activities like Sports, NCC, and Cultural Societies are encouraged under the able guidance of our skilled faculty. Our commitment is to a student-centered environment and the college is dedicated to education covering a broad spectrum.
The College has always been known for its highly qualified academicians as faculty. Today our peers alumni teachers are serving as principals in other DU colleges, professors at several DU departments and as DUTA leaders. The alumni students are well placed in fields of banking, finance, general management, academics or own business establishments and have been performing remarkably well in all spheres of life.
The college has completed 40 glorious years The college owes its glory to the sincere dedication of the staff, both teaching and non-teaching, tens of thousands of all those young persons who have passed out of the portals of the college and the goodwill from all our well wishers and the community at large.