At the point when Miranda House, Delhi University, was ranked No. 1 in the countrywide government positioning of instructive foundations — the rundown is set up by the HRD Ministry — the news spread like out of control fire. The college was set apart on 20 parameters under the National Institutional Ranking Framework. students of the college were overjoyed, just like the graduated class, a large number of whom are presently outstanding in the field of entertainment. Some of the former students share their affectionate recollections of Miranda House and the delight they felt when it was positioned No. 1.

Neeti Mohan, singer
I discovered this out when some of my companions were informing each other and believed it’s such a phenomenal news. I quickly called my main ma’am. I’ve sent the College a few blooms and a major cake, since I’m exceptionally connected to my College. It was such a pleased minute to compose that congrats message on the cake.

Miranda House is an organization that has molded the way I am today. Everybody, including key ma’am and educators, are so determined; I surmise that naturally comes when it’s a ladies’ College. Being focussed is a piece of being a lady. Presently I’m considerably more pleased with being an alumna of Miranda House.

Mouni Roy, actor
I was in the English writing office, and thought that it was captivating when every one of us as a class sat down to watch movies in view of books that we had perused as a major aspect of our syllabus. Before Miranda House, I used to just move to Bengali melodies. In College, I found there’s something many refer to as contemporary move. Our choreography society is extremely solid over all universities. Indeed, I met Shakti (Mohan, the prestigious artist) there… we are cluster mates.

Miranda House has one of the best amphitheaters and the best library. Practically every understudy in the principal year goes and remains before that library, considering, ‘will wrap up every one of these books’, yet that never truly happens!

I feel extremely glad, appreciative and favored to have experienced all that in College and to have been educated by one of the best resources in the entire nation. That is the thing that makes a College or any instructive establishment great… or, on the other hand the best.

Shilpa Shukla, performer
I marked my first film, Khamosh Pani, when I was in College. We shot in Pakistan for right around a year. Be that as it may, my instructors were exceptionally obliging and permitted me to show up for exams, in spite of being truant for such a variety of classes. Bunk karne ka to scene hello nahi tha… when you get such an open air.

The most nostalgic part has been my association with my instructors from the human science office. It’s exceptional, on the grounds that there is no feeling of dread of any sort… they let you test and let you be. Three years back, I went to gather my degree and met my instructors, the considerable aides in that nostalgic building.

Minissha Lamba, performer
My days in Miranda House were delightful. The English writing office (as I’m certain still may be) was talented with the most awesome ladies, who molded us rationally. They focussed on urging us not to utmost ourselves. Some of their imperative lessons have turned out to be essential to my point of view.

Ruchi Savarn Mohan, on-screen character

I am so excited to realize that Miranda House has turned into the No. 1 College in the nation and that I had the benefit of being a piece of this great foundation. This College has given me the most important, best three years of my life.

The Principal Speaks:

“I personally don’t believe in rankings, but a job well done must be celebrated. The cake sent by Neeti (Mohan) triggered the celebrations. When we got the cake, I just stepped out into the corridor and whoever was passing by, I randomly asked them to come in for a surprise. I then asked them to cut the cake and everyone was extremely excited,” says Pratibha Jolly.