The annual cultural festival was held from 7th to 9th February. The festival began with the
inaugural ceremony in the presence of the College Governing Body members and the
Principal. This was followed by Guru Nanak Paper Reading Competition in which many
teams participated. The topic of the competition was 'Relevance of Guru Nanak's Teachings
in the Contemporary World”.
The Divinity Society of the College presented a skit titled “Kiv
Kudde Tute Paal” – How can the veil of illusion be torn away? It was based on the two
younger sahibzaades of Guru Gobind Singh ji gaining martyrdom at the mere age of 5 and 7
years. The play was directed by the team of “Tram- Impact Arts” Gurjant Singh, S. Harpreet
Singh and Mrs. Upasana Batra Sahota. The play showed the significance of the sacrifice of two
younger sahibzaades of Guru Gobind Singh Ji – Baba Zorawar Singh Ji and Baba Fateh Singh
Ji which was beautifully enacted by the students. The play was highly appreciated by the
On7th February, Debate on the topic “Should Cell Phone be used during Class”, Kavita- a
competition on self-composed poems, Ghazal, Rang Barse- Mehandi and Rangoli,
Classical, Folk and Group Song, Sanskrit Shlokavritti, Sanskrit Prashanmanch, Funk out
of Junk, Folk Dance, Ad O Mania and Hunar-e-Kagaz - a Paper Art Competitions were held.
On 8th February Hoonkar- the Nukkad Natak competition, Antakashri, Brain Teaser- Quiz
competition, Thirak- Solo Classical Dance and Western Dance Competitions were held. The
Live Performance of “The White Walkers Band” in Antakshari was appreciated by everyone.
Two new events were introduced this year. IT Web Page Design Competition ( Offline) on
the theme “Repurposing: The Ultimate in Creativity and Recycling” and Eco-Evolution on
the theme “Conceptual Model Competition For Contering Environment” were held.
On 9th February, renowned Punjabi Singer Noddy Singh and DJ Tatva K mesmerized the
audience with their performance. In all 13 academic and 10 cultural events were held. There
were 150 teams in which 900 participants participated in 23 events. 45 colleges took part in the
festival. Apart from Delhi University colleges, other universities of Delhi and NCR such as
Jamia Millia Islamia, Amity University, IGNOU, I.P. University, Lal Bhadur Shastri
Sanskrit Vidyapeeth also took part in the festival. The three day festival was successfully
organised with the active involvement of students and staff.