Kirori Mal College On February 1, 1954, Kirori Mal College was established to impart & provide higher education in the field of Arts, Science, and Commerce for the deserving candidates and prove to be a milestone on the part of progress. In 1951, the college first came into existence as Nirmala College, started by American Jesuits in an evacuee building in Qutab Road, Old Delhi. Later, in 1954 the college was renamed and it is one of the constituent co-educational colleges of University of Delhi. The college runs courses under the University Delhi, New Delhi and it was recognized by the University Grants Commission (UGC) under section 2(f) & 12(B) on March 3, 1956, under Act, 1956. It was accredited by National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) with “A+” Grade – (CGPA Score 3.54 on a 4 Point Scale in 1st Cycle) on 5th November 2016. Founded after country’s independence, the college is one of the oldest institutions of the University of Delhi and is located in the University Enclave, the heart of the city. In 1982, when the University of Delhi took over management of the college from privately managed college to a full-fledged university maintained institution to do away with the administrative problem of dual governance. The college is fully maintained and governed by University of Delhi and encourages a quest for knowledge that is rooted in an ethical understanding of the world that they inhabit and this enthusiasm for learning along with a desire to evolve into socially responsible beings is reflected not only in the academic atmosphere but also visible in the field of extra-curricular activities. At present, the college offers undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Arts, Science, and Commerce stream with various specializations under the affiliating university. For few UG courses are under Choice Based Credit and Semester System (CBCSS) and PG courses are under Credit and Semester System (CSS) of the affiliating university. Therefore, the students should have to choose one honor (core) subject with two or more as subsidiary (elective) subjects for the specific undergraduate streams.