List of Top M.A. Colleges in Uttarakhand

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IMS Unison University - School of Law logo
ESTD 2005 | Private| AICTE Approved

M.A. Mass Communication & Journalism |  180,000

Exams List: CLAT

Admissions: M.A. Mass Communication & Journalism admission 2017

"The infrastructure of college is good ... but the facutly must have to....."
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M.A (History) |  3,000

"My college is the best college of the world. No one can say that this ....."
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M.A in Ancient Indian Architecture, Culture and Archaeology (AIHCA) |  16,850

Admissions: M.A in Ancient Indian Architecture, Culture and Archaeology (AIHCA) admission 2017

"My college is very clean, everywhere is dustbin so the polythene were ....."
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Kumaun University logo
ESTD 1973 | Government| UGC

M.A in Education |  19,696

Admissions: M.A in Education admission 2017

"Wellesley College, introduced Hillary D. Rodham '69, at the 91st comme...."
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Reviews of List of Top M.A. Colleges in Uttarakhand

User Rating : 7.97/10

Total Reviews : 12

has reviewed for IMS Unison University - School of Law

B.A. in Journalism and Mass Communication | Batch: 2018

8.00

Best in economics

The infrastructure of college is good ... but the facutly must have to be improve... the entrance is also a lottle difficult the level of education is higher than any other college

9.33

Best college of india

My college is the best college of the world. No one can say that this college has bad facility. Our staff members are punctual. Their behavior is also so nice. Every student wants to admit this college. But it is not so easy. Sports facility are also good. College campus is full of greenery. There is also available bus facility. Every facility of our college is the best facility in the world. Our college gets Grade A certificate. Our parents feel comfort to see their child. All our students feel proud. In our college canteen facility is so nice. Every student has a personal locker. there is also available tuition facility in our college.Our college is the best.

My college

My college is very clean, everywhere is dustbin so the polythene were not spread everywhere , has highly educated and smart , seats for students in college are of very good quality.

has reviewed for Kumaun University

M.A in Education | Batch: 2000

5.67

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Wellesley College, introduced Hillary D. Rodham '69, at the 91st commencement exercises. Listen to audio excerpts of Hillary D. Rodham's speech. Introduction In addition to inviting Senator Brooke to speak to them this morning, the Class of '69 has expressed a desire [for a student] to speak to them and for them at this morning's commencement. There was no debate so far as I could ascertain as to who their spokesman was to be: Miss Hillary Rodham. Member of this graduating class, she is a major in political science and a candidate for the degree with honors. In four years she has combined academic ability with active service to the College, her junior year having served as a Vil Junior, and then as a member of Senate and during the past year as president of College Government and presiding officer of College Senate. She is also cheerful, good humored, good company, and a good friend to all of us and it is a great pleasure to present to this audience Miss Hillary Rodham. Remarks of Hillary D. Rodham I am very glad that Miss Adams made it clear that what I am speaking for today is all of us—the 400 of us—and I find myself in a familiar position, that of reacting, something that our generation has been doing for quite a while now. We're not in the positions yet of leadership and power, but we do have that indispensable element of criticizing and constructive protest and I find myself reacting just briefly to some of the things that Senator Brooke said. This has to be quick because I do have a little speech to give. Part of the problem with just empathy with professed goals is that empathy doesn't do us anything. We've had lots of empathy; we've had lots of sympathy, but we feel that for too long our leaders have viewed politics as the art of the possible. And the challenge now is to practice politics as the art of making what appears to be impossible possible. What does it mean to hear that 13.3 percent of the people in this country are below the poverty line? That's a percentage. We're not interested in social reconstruction; it's human reconstruction. How can we talk about percentages and trends? The complexities are not lost in our analyses, but perhaps they're just put into what we consider a more human and eventually a more progressive perspective. Read more at http://www.wellesley.edu/events/commencement/archives/1969commencement/studentspeech#B77micjzKQ6tZv1l.99

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