Our college has Dr. B R Ambedkar Study Centre to keep alive the vision and progressive ideas of Babasaheb Dr B R Ambedkar, one of the great architects of our nation. The Centre was inaugurated in the year 2015. The Ambedkar Study centre plans to create awareness regarding the lasting relevance of Dr B R Ambedkar. It believes that it is more productive to give students the chance to discover this for themselves. The college also conducts the activities like debate, poster making and essay writing for the students. Such competitions have become a regular activity of the Centre along with interactions with experts on Dr B R Ambedkar.
Dr. B R Ambedkar Study Centre
Equipping youth with the values of Humanity, Virtue and Eminence
Elucidate spiritual renunciation among students to render a fruitful manifestation of humanitarian efficacy and also to master and mentor the tradition of Vivekananda’s principles amongst the youth of the college.
The main intent of this forum is to conduct thought provoking activities that would make the students more confident and help them to imbibe those attributes that will help the students to make them grow as leaders and strong nation builders. As Swami Vivekananda rightly said, "My hope of the future lies in the youths of character, intelligent, renouncing all for the service of others, and obedient-good to themselves and the country at large", we have started the VIVEKAVIKASA FORUM, with an intent to build a college of such youths. The forum is a noble endeavor to learn more about Swami Vivekananda imbibe his values and strive for excellence.
Vivekananda Study Centre
The Centre promotes the vision and ideals of Mahatma Gandhi. Believing strongly that Gandhiji's philosophy has perennial relevance, the Centre's attempts to promote awareness among the student community . This is done not only through interactive sessions with eminent Gandhians but also through student paper presentations, lectures, poster presentations and quiz competitions. There is also an extensive Gandhi Study Corner in the library.
Gandhi Study Centre