To help the students imbibe spirit of patriotism and cultural values, national festivals like Independence Day and Republic Day are celebrated with great patriotic fervor and zeal. The college also seizes the opportunity to honour its retired teachers by maintaining the healthy tradition of invitingone amongst them as the Chief Guest on these festivals. This strikes a balance between the old and the young generations.
National Festivals are celebrated in the college with great patriotic fervor and zeal. This year too, these festivals of national glory were celebrated with great enthusiasm to mark 71 years of freedom. Sh. A.K. Tandon (Ex- Vice Principal) of the college unfurled the tricolor on the occasion of the Independence Day. On the 68th Republic Day, Dr. Rashmi Chaudhary (Former Head, Department of Music (Vocal) of the college graced the occasion and hoisted the National Flag and also received the Guard of Honour.
The institution not only inculcates academic and scientific aptitude among its students but also encourages them to imbibe religious and moral values to uphold the principles of SanatanDharm. In 1922, LalaMool Chand Khairati had established ‘Sri Raghunath’ temple in the college campus. The present building also houses the idol of Goddess Saraswati, the Goddess of Knowledge in the BrijNarain Memorial Hall and a Bronze statue of Swami Vivekanand adorns the college campus in front of the main gate with inspirational quote from the Seer. Every year ‘Hawan’ is performed in the college campus to mark the beginning of the session.
Annual Prize Distribution
This year Annual Prize Distribution was held on April 19, 2016. Dr. Rajbir Singh, Director, Consortium for Educational Communication, UGC, New Delhi was the Chief Guest on the occasion. As many as 454 prizes were disbursed among students including 322 prizes for Academics, 38 for Cultural, 17 for NSS, 28 for NCC, 18 for YRC and 32 for Sports. On the occasion Dr. Ekta Anand, Commerce Department was also honored for having successfully completed her Ph. D.
99th Annual Convocation of the college was held in the college premises. As many as 410 students received their degrees from Dr. Kailash Chandra Sharma, Hon’ble Vice Chancellor, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra who also delivered the Convocation Address. Around 100 Postgraduates from different streams of Arts and Science and more than 300 graduates from Arts, Science & Commerce streams were conferred their degrees. To add another feather to its cap and to celebrate 100 years of the inception of the college, the Post & Telegraph Department, released a Special Cover of the College to commemorate the completion of 100 years of its establishment. CPMG Haryana Circle, Col. Sukhdev Raj, while releasing the First Day Cover shared the importance of this highly momentous event with the audience.