Institute of Home Economics

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The Institute of Home Economics (IHE) is a girls' college of the University of Delhi.

The Institute of Home Economics was founded in 1961, by Dr. (Mrs.) S. Malhan, the founder Director, to give women wider educational and professional avenues. The Institute became a leading centre for women’s education in the country.

The Institute became a constituent college of the University of Delhi in 1969. Since then, the college has expanded. Though it was started as a Home Science college, it has expanded and offers a three-year undergraduate course in Microbiology as well as a four-year integrated course in Elementary education. From the current academic year, the college is offering the three-year B.Sc. (Hons) course in Biochemistry. The Institute originally only offered a two-year Diploma course in Home Science, but then offered regular degree courses at the undergraduate and post-graduate level, a post-graduate diploma course in addition to Ph.D. programmes.

Under the aegis of its affiliate Delhi University, the college offers undergraduate, postgraduate, short-term and doctorate courses in following programmes.

The college offers short-term courses in-

The college offers doctorate degree (P.hD) in Home Science as per as the norms of University of Delhi (India).

This page was last edited on 18 November 2017, at 10:25.
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