College Life is all about capturing and gathering tons of Experiences. Graph of a typical college student looks like - College Societies are the best thing in the world to College Authorities are mad. From My experience, The day before fest is something you are going to remember for the rest of your life. Those discussions, last minute changes and of course the unnecessary fights. These are the ones that create lifetime memories. When I was having a word with Priya ( a student of Delhi University) three months back. She told me about her repeated failure in cracking BIG 4 interview. It was difficult for her to accept this and I on the other hand was aware why this is happening. In our college life, We gain a lot of experiences. But we spend the least amount of time in making our i
"It is not like there’s a complete dearth of Mental Health practitioners but they are all scattered. Everyone’s working in their own little ways to cater to the needs of people and run awareness campaigns but after a certain point its impact diminishes. A small group of people can only accomplish so much, we need more patrons. Our aim is to join these forces together and create a ripple effect. We believe in collaboration, not competition and we keep looking for opportunities to work with people who support this cause" mentions Amit Panwar, the founder of Power Within (www.powerwithin.in), an organization working extensively in the field of Mental Health Awareness and Training Programs. With this thought in mind, he along with Vishal Goyal started Power Within- an organization
Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies, University of Delhi is organising hackCBS 2.0, the second edition of its annual hackathon-cum-conference that will test your creativity, endurance and brainpower along with providing a prodigious opportunity to learn through Workshops and Keynote sessions taken by industrialists from tech giants such as Microsoft,HackerOne and Zeit. From being the first-ever hackathon to be organised in the University of Delhi to having 1800+ registrations from 105 different colleges across 12 states, hackCBS 1.0 was a huge success. This time, hackCBS 2.0 is going to be BIGGER than before. It will be amongst the first hackathons in Asia to be supported by Major League Hacking. Prizes worth $40,000 will be awarded. If you haven’t registered yet, do re
Twenty-four students of Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC), University of Delhi celebrated Gandhi Jayanti spreading financial awareness in Palwal, Haryana. A two-day financial literacy campaign (FLC) was organized by Vittshala-The Financial Literacy Cell under its Project Khushhali. Vittshala is a student-run voluntary organisation that aims at providing basic financial education to the marginalized communities and aspires to create a Financially Literate India! Commenced on 2nd October 2019, Project Khushhali reached out to over 640 people across nine villages—Kamrawali, Amroli, Bamadiyaka, Azizabad, Aligarh, Kanwarka, Bela, Raidaska and Bamnikhera—in a span of two days. An enthralling Nukkad Natak was enacted in every village for effective transmission of financial knowle
The best thing about Delhi University is that you never find a moment of quiet in the colleges. The students go beyond their capacities to celebrate each and every festival that comes their way. From melas to fests, the colleges are occupied with some event all year long Dussehra, being one of the most important festivals of India, is celebrated in unique ways. Colleges like Gargi, Kamala Nehru and Indraprastha organise annual diwali melas. While some of them work for the purpose of raising money for NGOs, others are organised for the recreation of students.With dhols, magicians, flash mobs, these melas were all about spreading the festive cheer. They are filled with multiple food and games stalls for the people to enjoy. NGOs are invited to showcase their work and aims...
The timetable for the semester examinations of the Delhi University has been released online through its official website. The date sheet for all the undergraduate, postgraduate, and undergraduate practical examinations has been announced by the Delhi University. Students can visit the official website of Delhi University to check and download the timetable for the semester examinations. Students from B.A., B.Com. and B.Sc. will have to select the undergraduate section to view the timetable. The semester examinations for all the undergraduate programs at the Delhi University are scheduled to be conducted during November – December 2019. Apart from the theoretical examinations, students in the undergraduate programs will have to appear for the practical examinations to qualify the s