Bhagini Nivedita College (BNC) is a constituent college of University of Delhi. It was established by the then Delhi Administration in August, 1993 as a 'Women's College' in the South Western part of Delhi. It is funded and supported by the Government of Delhi.
The college is named after Sister Nivedita, a disciple of Swami Vivekanand who dedicated her whole life for the education and welfare of women. Its campus is located adjacent to village Kair near Najafgarh in a clean and green environment surrounded by farms and trees.
With a firm commitment towards meeting the higher education needs of girls in the rural and semi urban areas of South West Delhi, BNC has come a long way since its inception in 1993 and made rapid progress.
BNC has excellent educational infrastructure in the form of well-equipped laboratories and a comprehensive library. A wholly new campus is coming up with modern teaching blocks, labs, auditorium, hostel facilities and staff quarters. Since its inception, BNC has built up an impressive reputation and record in academics, NCC and sports. The teaching faculty consists of highly qualified academicians.