Miranda House College is a residential college for females, is one of the leading Females Organizations of Delhi School. It was established in the year of 1948 by the then Vice-Chancellor of the college Sir M. Gwyer; its groundwork stone was set by Lady E. Mountbatten on April 7 in the same year. Located in the School University, Miranda House College is built in warm red stone with cool and huge passages. Its unique style was by the well known designer Wally Henry; the college stocks a structural appreciation with other northeastern institutions of the country. In the last fifty years, as the college has grown, several other structures have been added to its unique style. It is now announced a history developing and work is on to maintain its breathtaking wonder.
Miranda offers generous knowledge in science and humanities to more than 2500 students. The faculty of college is well known for their deserving information, flexible skills and commitment to the cause to train and learning. The college has produced females who have done in various careers and have provided in numerous ways to community at large.
The college hostel is amongst the earliest personal structures of the School. The hostel has recently been remodeled under the Heritage Building Project. The hostel area is set out in an attractive quadrangle, with backyards moving out by container hands. The style allows a huge comfort within which citizens can be as they like. The dining area is one of the resources of the college with monastic platforms and seats set inside a long area. The stretch out of ground bending around the hostel towards the cafeteria has been cleaned away for a beautiful lawn and a rockery increasing the special occasions of the Cafeteria, particularly on warm winter days. It has also brought out the potential of the huge verandah outside one of the classes as an elevated stage for social events.