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    Satyawati College

    About Us: Satyawati College is a university college in Delhi, India, affiliated to the University of Delhi. It offers both morning and evening classes to a student base of almost 2,000, with a permanent teaching staff of around 150. 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. The college is located in Phase-3, Ashok Vihar. It is one of the constituent colleges of Delhi University that lies off campus.

    Address Ashok Vihar III, Ashok Vihar, New Delhi, DL 110052

    Nearest Metro Station Azadpur


    Popular Courses 

    • BA Programme
    • B Com (Programme)
    • B Com (Hons)
    • B Sc (Hons) Mathematics
    • B A (Hons) English
    • B A (Hons) Hindi
    • B A (Hons) Urdu
    • B A (Hons) Sanskrit
    • B A (Hons) Political Science
    • B A (Hons) Economics
    • Diploma Course in French
    • Diploma Course in German

    Fee Between Rs. 5,500 and Rs. 7,000

    Placements The college has an active Placement Cell which is registered with the Central Placement Cell of University of Delhi.


    • Arts and Culture Society
    • BA Programme Society
    • Debating Society
    • Dramatics Society
    • Students Advisory Committee
    • NSS
    • NCC


    • Auditorium
    • Library
    • Computer Lab
    • Seminar Room
    • College Canteen

    Contact Details Ph:  27219570 Fax : 27446953 Email :


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