SRCC Vs Sri Venkateswara College

SRCC Vs Sri Venkateswara College, du
SRCC Vs Sri Venkateswara College

It’s finally here, folks. This one will be the zenith of our journey into the Clash of Titans! Gear yourselves up for the ultimate showdown between the hearts of our North and South Campus respectively, aka Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) and Sri Venkateswara College.


SRCC is India's top college for commerce, economics, and management under DU. As it gears up for its centenary, SRCC is committed to global recognition, aiming to excel in teaching, research, and community engagement. With a clear mission and vision, SRCC strives for excellence in all spheres, contributing to both local and international communities. From education to nation-building, SRCC sets the bar high for quality and impact.

Shri Ram College of Commerce

Sri Venkateswara College comes under South Campus and is widely regarded as one of the top colleges within the university. The college subscribes to the idea of “Self-realization through knowledge.” Its motto is Satyat na Pramaditvyam" (Do not deviate from truth). Its devotion to learning and education is what makes it one of the best colleges at DU.

Sri Venkateswara College
Sri Venkateswara College

Courses Offered

Shri Ram College of Commerce offers two undergraduate courses: B.A. (Hons.) Economics and B.Com. (Hons.), along with three postgraduate courses: M.A. in Economics, M.Com., and a Post Graduate Diploma in Global Business Operations (PGDGBO). The college houses several academic departments, including Commerce, Economics, Mathematics, Hindi, English, Political Science, Physical Education and Sports, and Environmental Science.

Sri Venkateswara College offers a diverse range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses. Undergraduate options include B.A. Programme, B.Com (Hons), B.A. (Hons) in English, Hindi, Sanskrit, Economics, History, Political Science, Sociology, and various B.Sc. (Hons) programs. Postgraduates can pursue M.A. programs in English, History, Sanskrit, M.A./M.Sc. in Statistics, Mathematics, and M.Sc. in Botany, Physics, Zoology, and Chemistry.

In a Nutshell? While SRCC offers a good variety of courses, it is primarily commerce-oriented. Sri Venkateswara, on the other hand, has more diversity and has a little something for everyone.

Fee Structure

Global Business Operations- SRCC

At SRCC, the fee structure is straightforward. It is as given below:

PG Diploma: Rs. 1.6 Lakhs
B.Com (Hons.): Rs. 29,350
BA (Hons.): Rs. 29,350
M.Com: Rs. 50,000
MA: Rs. 50,000
Department Of Statistics of Sri Venkateswara College
Department Of Statistics of Sri Venkateswara College

At Sri Venkateswara College, the fee structure is kept simple and accessible. Here's a simplified version of the fee structure for Sri Venkateswara College:

B.Sc (Hons.): Rs. 17,425
BA (Hons.): Rs. 14,725
B.Com: Rs. 14,725
B.Com (Hons.): Rs. 14,725
BA: Rs. 14,725
M.Sc: Rs. 13,191
MA: Rs. 13,191

As you can see, the fees of SRCC are slightly higher than those of Sri Venkateswara. But then again, the fees are worth it when the college faculty and facilities are marvelous.


SRCC has the most exceptional campus, which is absolutely on par with international students, with endless quiet spots to jam to your playlist while cramming a last minute revision for your exam. SRCC has modern classrooms with Wi-Fi and projectors for better teaching.

The campus is friendly for people with disabilities, with ramps, lifts, and special facilities. The library has resources for visually impaired students. There are hostels, medical services, gyms, and sports facilities for students. The college cares about the environment, using solar power and collecting rainwater. Security is ensured with CCTV cameras.

The campus of Sri Venkateswara College, however, gives SRCC a good competition with its on-campus hostel and the Bioinformatics Center, which supports biology teaching using technology. The college offers sports facilities, including cricket, lawn tennis, and basketball, with ongoing improvements. It has an auditorium seating 800 and a seminar hall for 250 students, both well-equipped. The library has over 120,000 books and subscribes to 75 journals.

I hope y’all realize what a cutthroat debate this is turning out to be. Now, we move on to our most beloved topic of discussion, aka Fests. Will this break our tie? Let's find out!

Annual Fests

Crossroads is the annual cultural college fest of Shri Ram College of Commerce, organized by the SRCC Students’ Union. Sponsors for the event include Audi, Nescafe, Crocs, Pepsi, and Vh1, among others. Previous editions featured performances by artists like Benny Dayal and Nucleya. Plus, the music is sensational, the performances electrifying, and the food even better! The energy reaches an all-round high due to the presence of around 20K to 50K people.

NEXUS, Sri Venkateswara College's annual inter-college cultural fest, spans three days, drawing students from across the university. Its highlights include professional shows like the Rock Show and Celebrity Show, along with competitions in Dramatics, Dance, Music, Fine Arts, and Literary fields. Renowned rock bands like Parikrama, Indian Ocean, and celebrities such as Kailash Kher and Sunidhi Chauhan have graced the festival.

Both the colleges bring a flood of excitement and energy to the fest situation of not just DU but universities across India as well. Needless to say, there is no room for boredom here!


The closest Metro station to Shri Ram College of Commerce is Vishwavidyalaya Metro station (Yellow Line). The distance from the station to SRCC is 7 kilometers.

Shri Ram College of Commerce · M6Q4+XJH University of Delhi, Maurice Nagar, Roop Nagar, New Delhi, Delhi, 110007, India
★★★★★ · College

Durgabai Deshmukh South Campus Metro Station (Pink Line) is the nearest Metro station to Sri Venkateswara College. From there, it's a mere 5-minute walk to the college.

Sri Venkateswara College(DU) · H5Q9+96J, Moti Bagh II, Dhaula Kuan Enclave I, Dhaula Kuan, New Delhi, Delhi 110021, India
★★★★☆ · College

All in all, Connectivity is not an issue for the students of either of the colleges. Walking is feasible if you're in the mood for a walk in the good weather. If not, then auto rickshaws are at your rescue.

And The Winner Is?

Would you look at that? We don't have a winner with us, it's a tie. It goes to show how similarly exceptional these colleges are. It all comes down to your preference, your interests, and your opinions. The academics at both colleges are delectable, connectivity is a lifesaver, and the campus is buzzing with energy and promises a bright future. There are pros and cons for both, but at the end of the day, getting into these top-tier DU colleges is a big feat in itself. So enjoy the ride until you're there!

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