University of Delhi Scholarships
Following scholarships are awarded annually by the University of Delhi.
i) Pandit Man Mohan Nath Dhar Scholarship, not exceeding two in number, of the value
of Rs. 100 p.m. each to the deserving and needy students studying in the University in
the undergraduate classes.
ii) Inder Kohli Anand Kohli Scholarships, two in number, each of the value of Rs. 100
p.m. to the needy and deserving students who pass the Senior School Certificate
Examination, New Delhi, or equivalent in first division and join anyone of the first
degree Programmes in the Faculty of Technology.
iii) Man Mohan Krishna Kaul Scholarships, each of the value of Rs. 100 p.m. to the
deserving and needy students who join the first year of the B.E. Elect/Electronics/
Mech./Civil Programmes. The number of scholarships is likely to vary from year to
iv) Smt. Savitri Agnihotri Scholarships, two in number of the Rs. 100 p.m. each to
the needy and deserving students who join Ist degree Programme in any branch in the
Faculty of Technology in Delhi College of Engineering (income ordinarily not exceeding
Rs. 750 p.m.)
University of Delhi Medals
i) President of India Dr. Shankar Dayal Sharma Gold Medal :Awarded by the University
to a student adjudged as the best student of the year on basis of the highest proficiency
including conduct, character, academic excellence, extra- curricular activities & social
ii) L. Jogeshwar Nath Gold Medal: To the best candidate in Technical Education.
iii) Rai Sahib Pt Shri Ram Sharma Memorial Gold Medal :To the candidate who obtains
the highest percentage of marks amongst successful candidates for the B.E. Civil
Engineering Examination obtaining a first class.
iv) Shri D. V. Kohli Memorial Medal: To the best candidate who secures the highest
percentage of marks amongst successful candidates for the B.E. Electrical Engineering
Examination obtaining a first class.
v) Engineering Projects India Ltd. Gold Medal: To the best candidate who secures highest
marks in the B.E. (Electronics & Communication) Examination.
vi) Babu Ganpat Rai Gold Medal: To the best candidate from amongst the successful
candidates for all the M.E. Elect./Mech./Civil Engineering Examinations taken together
in a particular year.
vii) Priyank Devetia Gold Medal: To the M.E. (Civil) student who secures highest marks
with first division.
University of Delhi Prizes
Foundation Prize: To the best candidate who secures the highest marks in the total of two papers in optional groups at the B.E. (Mechanical Engineering) Examination.
The following medals are awarded by the College at the College Degree Distribution Ceremony.
i. Lt. Governor’s Gold Medal awarded to an outgoing student of final year adjudged as
the best student of the year on the basis of all round performance.
ii. Chief Minister’s Gold Medal awarded to outgoing student of final year adjudged—as
the best student on the basis of best academic performance.
iii. Principal’s Gold Medal awarded to the outstanding performer of B.Tech. (Part-time)
iv. Dr S.P. Luthra Gold Medal awarded to the best performer in Mechanical / Electrical
Engineering from amongst the graduates of the year. it.
v. Prof. J.N. Moudgill Gold Medal awarded to the best performer in Mechanical/ Electrical/
Civil Engineering from amongst die graduates of the year.
vi. Prof. V.P. Bhatnagar Gold Medal awarded to the best performer in M.Sc. (Applied
vii. Prof. Arun Kumar Memorial Gold Medal awarded to the best performer in Civil
Engineering from amongst the graduates of the year.
viii. IEEE-P. Kundu Gold Medal awarded to an out going student each of Electrical, E&C,
COE & I.T. whose performance is adjudged as best in Industrial Practical Training.
ix. Smt. Jagdamba Devi Shukla Gold Medal awarded to an outgoing female student of
final year who secures highest marks in B.E. Programmes irrespective of any branch of
x. Association of 1969 Civil Engg. batch DCE scholarship of Rs. 12,000/- awarded each
year to four students of Civil Engg. on merit basis.
DCE Scholarships for M.E. / Ph.D
i. Every student admitted to M.E. full time Programme will be awarded a Scholarship of
Rs. 5000/- p.m from the date of admission or commencement of instructions whichever
is later, for a maximum period of 24 months subject to the rules made in this respect.
Qualifying in GATE is essential. These students will be required to undertake 8 to 10
hours per week related to teaching and research activity as assigned to him by the
institute. This could include tutorials, laboratory classes, development and maintenance
of laboratories, assistance in research and development activities undertaken by faculty
members, maintenance and operation of computers and other central facilities, assistance
in library etc. They are also entitled to Rs.10,000/- contingent grant per annum.
ii. Every student admitted to Ph.D. full time Programme will be awarded a Scholarship of
Rs. 7000/- p.m. if he holds M.E./ M. Tech and Rs. 6000/- p.m. if he holds M.Sc
degree, from the date of admission, for a maximum period of 48 months subject to the
rules made in this respect. These students will be required to undertake teaching assistance
of B.E. classes to a maximum extent of 8 to 10 hours per week. They are also entitled
to annual contingent grant.
Financial Assistance from Other Sources
i. Some limited financial assistance is made available by University Grants Commission
to really needy students towards mess charges, fees, books, clothing, etc. This is disbursed
on the recommendations of a Committee set up for the purpose in the college.
ii. Students are also entitled to the scholarships offered by the respective State/ Union
Territories under the National Scholarship Scheme of the Government of India.
iii. Students may also apply to the respective State Government, wherever applicable, for
loans for pursuing their studies.