Miranda House-College for Women – All India Rank One by NIRF

Miranda House ranked All India Rank One amongst Colleges by National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF).

Miranda House Ranked Top College of the Country:-NIRF Rank # 1NAAC Grade A+ with CGPA 3.61  DBT Star College

Miranda House – All India Rank One by NIRF

Miranda House was founded in 1948 by the university vice-chancellor; Sir Maurice Gwyer.MH has a rich legacy. Miranda House is a constituent college for women at the University of Delhi in India. Established at dawn of independence it provided a unique opportunity to young women for quality higher education. Being a college established and maintained by the University, Miranda House has a special place among the women’s colleges of the University of Delhi. Its location in the heart of the University Campus, and its close interaction with the various Departments of the University and other campus colleges gives it a unique advantage.

Miranda House

Miranda House is the cradle of leadership and well recognized for nurturing talent. Since its inception in 1948, it has carved a unique niche for itself.`

Miranda House offers liberal education in social sciences, humanities and basic sciences to more than 3500 students.

Courses offered in Miranda House

Courses offered in Miranda House”-

  • Undergraduate Framework
  • Undergraduate Course Details
  • B. Sc Honors
  • Botany
  • Zoology
  • Mathematics
  • Chemistry
  • Physics
  • B.A Honors-
  • Bengali          
  • Economics     
  • English           
  • Geography    
  • Hindi  
  • History          
  • Music             
  • Philosophy    
  • Political Science        
  • Sanskrit         
  • Sociology
  • B. Sc Programmes
  • Life Sciences 
  • Physical Sciences
  • B.A Programmes

Courses offered in Miranda House

  • Generic Elective Courses Offered to UG students
  • Post Graduate
  • Foreign Language

The College offers One Year Certificate Courses in French, German and Spanish in collaboration with the Department of Germanic and Romance Studies and Department of East Asian Studies, University of Delhi.

  • Minimum Qualifications: 10 + 2
  • Duration of the Course: 1 Year
  • Number of Seats: 40 each
  • Selection Criteria: Merit in various categories
  • Short Duration Certificate Courses
  • Add-on Courses
  • Remedial Courses
  • Bridge Courses

Admission Process:-

Admission Process:-

University of Delhi follows a Centralized Online Admission Policy. Aspirants should check the University website for the University Of Delhi Bulletin Of Information for Admission to Undergraduate Programmes (2021-2022).

Miranda House, as a constituent college of University of Delhi, strictly follows notifications and guidelines issued by the University in regard to all admission processes including application process, admission criteria, admission cancellations and fee refund.

Image- 1st Cut off list of Miranda House -2021-2022

Alumni of Miranda House

Alumni of Miranda House

Miranda House is the cradle of leadership and well recognized for nurturing talent. Since its inception in 1948, it has carved a unique niche for itself.

Many alumnis of Miranda House received Padma Awards. The Padma Awards are one of the highest civilian honours of India announced annually on the eve of Republic Day.


Anita Desai Padma Bhushan 2014, Mira Nair Padma Bhushan 2012, Urvashi Butalia Padma Shri 2011, Ritu Menon Padma Shri 2011, Shyamala Pappu Padma Shri 2009, Bina Agarwal Padma Shri 2008

Aditi Phadnis, political journalist, Anita Desai, author, Arti Mehra, Mayor of Delhi Anita Pratap, TV and print journalist, Amita Dhanda, legal academic and disability activist, Anjolie Ela Menon, artist, Anuja Chauhan, author, Brinda Karat, politician Gaiti Hasan, scientist, Indrani Dasgupta, model, Jasleen Dhamija, textile historian Jalabala Vaidya, stage actress, Minissha Lamba, actress, Mouni Roy, Actress, Madhu Kishwar, social activist, Madhur Jaffrey, actress, author of cookbooks, Mallika Sherawat, actress and model, Meira Kumar, first woman Speaker of Lok Sabha & Member of Parliament, India, Mira Nair, film maker, Nandita Das, actress, Nalini Singh, journalist, Nina Sibal, diplomat and writer, Ritu Menon, feminist and writer, Romola Butalia, journalist, author, Sheila Dikshit, politician, former Chief Minister of Delhi, Shakti Mohan, performer, Shonali Bose, film maker , Shovana Narayan, Kathak dancer, Indian government officer, awarded Padma Shri, Shyamala Pappu, lawyer

Swara Bhaskar, actress, Syeda Saiyidain Hameed, member of the Planning Commission, awarded Padma Shri Urvashi Butalia, feminist and historian (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miranda_House )

Virtual Tour of Miranda House


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Note-All the above mentioned is information from Miranda House Official website -https://www.mirandahouse.ac.in/ – Always visit College Official Website for most updated and relevant information.