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70 years of India's Independence and 75 years of Quit India Movement

Maitreyi College was one among 75 educational institutions chosen by the MHRD to celebrate 70 years of India's Independence and 75 years of Quit India Movement. The Chairperson of Maitreyi College, Prof. Enakshi Sharma was the Chief Guest and Acting Principal Dr Haritma Chopra delivered the Inaugural speech.

The inaugural session was followed by Pathan- a dramatized reading of poetry by students from the departments of History, Political Science and Sociology on the theme of 'India without fear'.

This was followed by Manthan- a panel, discussion for students on the topic 'New India by 2022: Challenges and Future Prospects' moderated by Dr. Mala Kapur Shankardass.

On this occasion, a photo exhibition on theme of 'India without fear' was put up by 'Vistas', the Photography Society of Maitreyi College.

Celebration of culture of Sikkim and North-East India

As part of the “Ek Bharat Sreshtha Bharat programme” of University of Delhi, which aims to celebrate the diverse cultures of India, Maitreyi College organized a grand college event to celebrate the culture of Sikkim and North-East India on 3rd Novemeber 2017. The highlight was a photography competition on the theme 'Art and Culture of Sikkim' and a photo exhibition of all the entries in the college. The competition witnessed healthy participation from students from several colleges and universities. The Department of Sociology, Maitreyi College released its newsletter on the theme of Cultures of North-East of India. There were cultural performances during the event. Dr Haritma Chopra, the Acting Principal of Maitreyi College gave away the prizes to the best entries.

Vigilance Awareness Week

Maitreyi College observed Vigilance Awareness Week, Oct-Nov 2017 in collaboration with the Punjab National Bank, Maitreyi College branch. Mr Chander Khurana, Circle Head, Punjab National Bank was the Chief Guest. Dr. Haritma Chopra, Acting Principal of the college presided over the event. The programme started with the 'Integrity Pledge' by teachers, students, non- teaching staff and employees of Punjab National Bank. A panel of four faculty members discussed their views on corruption free India. A debate was conducted on the theme 'My Vision- Corruption free India'. Students participated in large numbers with great enthusiasm. Rupanjali of 2nd year B.Sc. (H) Chemistry bagged the 1st prize.

World Wide Fund (WWF) for Nature Event

There were performances by the Nukkad team and the Flash Mob Team in the College Parking and Amphitheatre area respectively to reach out to the students and create awareness in them about the concept of Earth Hour and the need to save resources. A photo booth was set up by our team including a registration desk and a pledge board for “Giving Up” concept where students pledged to give up excessive use of plastic/private transport etc. for conserving the environment.

Other events

The college celebrated Independence Day with great fervor which included performances by different societies. This was followed by the much-awaited Freshers' party with the most talented fresher crowned as Ms. Maitreyi. Festival time was heralded by a fun filled Diwali Mela. Some other important events included Yoga Day celebrated with NSS and sports students. The event Sankalp se Siddhi tak- Ye India ka Time Hai! was organized on 22nd September 2017 in collaboration with MHRD.

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