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Sri Aurobindo College

Delhi , New Delhi  AICTE

Established   : 1972

Affiliated to    : University Of Delhi

Address: Malviya Nagar, New Delhi, Pincode:110071, Delhi, India

About

Aurobindo Ghose was a multifaceted person. He was a Freedom Fighter, Poet, Scholar, Yogi and Philosopher. He spent his life working towards the cause of India's freedom, and for further evolution of life on earth. Sri Aurobindo Ghose was born on August 15, 1872 at Calcutta. His father was Krishnadhan and his mother was Swamalata. Aurobindo Ghose had an impressive lineage. Raj Narayan Bose, an acknowledged leader in Bengali literature, and the grandfather of Indian nationalism was Sri Aurobindo's maternal grandfather. Aurobindo Ghose owes not only his rich spiritual nature, but even his very superior literary capacity, to his mother's line. His father was an M.D. from England.

When Sri Aurobindo was five years old, he was sent to Loretto Convent School at Darjeeling. Two years later in 1879, Aurobindo Ghosh, was sent to England along with his brothers for higher studies. Aurobindo completed his schooling from St. Paul's in London. In 1890, at the age of eighteen, Sri Aurobindo got admission into Cambridge. Here, he distinguished himself as a student of European classics. To comply with the wish of his father, Sri Aurobindo Ghose also applied for the ICS while at Cambridge. He passed the Indian Civil Service Examination with great credit in 1890. He, however, failed to stand the required test in horsemanship and hence was not allowed to enter the Covenantal Service of the Indian Government.

In 1893, Aurobindo Ghose, returned to India, and became the Vice-principal of the State college in Baroda. He drew a salary of Rs.750/-. He was held in great respect by the Maharaja of Baroda. Aurobindo was an accomplished scholar in Greek and Latin. From 1893 to 1906 he extensively studied Sanskrit, Bengali literature, Philosophy and Political Science.

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Courses Offered

Commerce

Bachelor of Commerce( B.Com ) 3 year

Commerce

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Arts

Bachelor Of Arts( BA ) 3 year

English

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Hindi

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Political Science

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Masters in Arts( MA ) 2 year

Hindi

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