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The various cultural activities in the college are organized primarily through the various students’ societies under the aegis of The cultural committee of the college.
The Students’ Union is an active organization which, with the loving guidance of a committee of teachers, provides effective leadership in various activities geared to bringing out the best in the students by organizing educational tours, get-togethers etc. An annual highlight is the inter college winter festival Pallavi, that showcases the multifarious talents and enthusiasm of the students, the Students’ Union of the college is affiliated to Delhi University Students’ Union.
This is an organization that affiliates the students to their roots by exposing them to ancient traditions of classical music and dance recitals and interactive sessions facilitated by renowned artists.
Students may contact Ms. Saraswati Subbu, Department of English.
‘Miss Vivek’ Personality Contest
This contest is held at the end of the first term in College. By this time, the first year students become quite aware and adjusted to life in college. This is a competition in which they exhibit their multi-faceted talents in walking down the ramp, their speaking skills, their general knowledge and their overall personality. It carries the aura of Miss Universe pageant.
Winter Festival – Pallavi
‘Pallavi’ – the winter festival is much awaited by the students. Both intra and intercollege competitions are organised comprising of classical and western music and dance competitions, solo and group folk dances, collage and graffiti competitions, brainstorming, face and pot painting, rangoli competitions, fashion – show, etc. It is usually followed by a Mela on the third day. Such activities enhance the selfconfidence and self-esteem of the students essential for inner growth.
Lakshyank Guidance and Counselling Centre aims at providing career and personal counseling services on an individual/group basis to students.
Women’s Development Centre
The Women’s Development Centre provides a platform to students to generate awareness about various contemporary political and social issues through group discussions, debates, paper presentations and theatre workshops round the year.