Principal’s Message

Welcome to Shyama Prasad Mukherji College, in short, SPM College!  First, my message to our students: We -- the teachers, the staff and I -- want you to have a most wonderful time in all the years you spend at the College. We want you to grow intellectually, to set high goals and achieve them, to find your vocation, to exercise your talents, and to have a lot of fun doing all these things. We are there to support you in your growth and to provide every facility that we can for your academic as well as personal development. ... Read More

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ABOUT THE COLLEGE 

SPM College is a well-known women’s college of Delhi University. It was established in 1969 in the memory of distinguished academician and statesman Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherji. It has no affiliation with any sect, religion, political group, or thinking. In fact the college motto "tejasvi vadhita mastu" in Sanskrit has a profound meaning. It is derived from the Taittiriya Upanisad. It means ---Let our efforts at learning be luminous (-tejasvi) and filled with joy, and endowed with the force of purpose (-vadhita mastu). 

The college is home to a highly accomplished faculty and excellent infrastructure that caters to the needs of over 3000 students. The infrastructure and amenities include a spacious building, sprawling lawns and playgrounds, a state–of–the –art, fully air-conditioned Auditorium, a fully computerized Library, a well-equipped Gym,  Seminar halls, an Audio Visual room, a Web Access Center and various other facilities. All the labs, seminar halls, and 30 classrooms are equipped with projectors.

The college offers various undergraduate and post-graduate courses in Humanities and Commerce streams. The College also offers Teachers Training Programmes -- B.Ed & B.El.Ed. The college also runs centers for the Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board and the School of Open Learning.  

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