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ADVAITAA: The Western Dance society of Keshav Mahavidyalaya got itself registered on the 29th of January 2013. A dance crew, where you can work and experience the life of an artist; the struggle, the winnings, coordination with team members and progressing in this ever-growing journey..

Facing many ups and downs but never letting go the spirit is something they stand for! Advaitaa has been successful in establishing its name and maintaining the identity as one of the renowned dance teams in the DELHI DANCE CIRCUIT. One in a million; justifying the meaning of its name, Advaitians always come up with new and innovative ideas, spice them up with their dance moves and give an amazing finish with their expressions! There's another vibe when Advaitaa performs for its own audience at Freshers, Tryst, Farewell and other exciting events.

Advaitaa has won many competitions held at St. Stephens College, Shiv Nadar University, Delhi College of Arts and Commerce, Ambedkar University, Bhagat Singh College, Jamia Milia, AIIMS, NIFT, Delhi IILM and many more. They got selected as one of the top 5 teams in IIM Ahmedabad, Asia Pacific Institute of Management, Symbiosis. Also, they have represented our college in India’s top colleges.

ANHAD Music is a piece of art that goes in the ears straight to the heart. As the name says ''Anhad" the sensational music society indeed has flair to touch the sky. The society is an assemblage of euphonious and virtuous artists. The classical choir of the society (first ever formed in 2017-18) reflects the indigenous flavour of Indian classical music that captivates the minds of all and is applauded. The urge to achieve excellence at par is the main objective of the society. Exuberance and zeal evinced by the society members is laudable.

ILLUMINATI The Photography Society of Keshav Mahavidyalaya started its journey on 19th August 2014. It started its journey via capturing the beauty of souls. From just a mere beginning with young photography enthusiasts to the most active members, it always aims to capture the happening moments of Keshav Mahavidyalaya. Also, this society has grabbed a significant position because of its continuous achievements throughout the year.

MANIERA The Fine Arts Society of Keshav Mahavidyalaya was founded on April 19, 2014. It is the first step to provide an unimpeded and creative rostrum to the students to bring out their hidden talent. Not only talent, this society has also gained name and fame in few days by presenting our college in vibrant and different manner at various cultural events.

NAKSH The Society of Indian Dresses and Culture – Naksh brings out the blend of culture and fashion through portrayal of societal confluences. With their walk, they endeavour, not just to make a statement, but a reflection. They not only find meaning in grit and glamour, but also emphasise on displaying it with an essence of vigor and grace.

NRITYAANG The Indian Dance Society of Keshav Mahavidyalaya is one of the budding cultural societies of the college. The society aims at providing a great learning experience and platform for the students and budding artists by staying true to the Indian roots, and getting involved in Indian dancing. Be it, folk or classical forms of dance. The students get to perform at various college events, competitions and from time to time have proudly been able to fetch the bucket of achievements to be proud of.

SHADES The Theatre Society of Keshav Mahavidyalaya takes up social issues to the street each year and serves as home to theatre enthusiasts. A new production is released every year, a bigger, better and wider perspective towards issues that affect you, me, "US”. Shades has now stepped into stage play and mime productions as well.

VAGMITA DEBSOC The Debating Society of the college is a platform for expression, and not just eloquence. To bring out the deepest thoughts, to express what is left unsaid, and to enrich the thought process, Vagmita Debsoc has worked on the growth of both the individuals as well as the society as a whole. With several wins in the conventional areas of debating, the society has also explored and aced several other unconventional forms of debating, such as turncoat and parliamentary debates. Vagmita Debsoc, in essence has not only worked on debating as an art form, but also on the growth of the members to develop themselves as better and more insightful individuals.

Vagmita The Poetry Society of Keshav Mahavidyalaya is an elysium for the deep-thinkers residing within our souls who wander and wish to paint the canvas of life with their very own medley of colorful syllables. The members of the society are a summation of raw talent, passion and zeal working towards learning, growing and evolving as a whole. It is a haven where the long unexpressed words of people find a home. The pillars supporting this society are truthfulness of thoughts and the sheer innocence of expressions.

Vagmita, as a Poetry Society, was established in the year 2012 and has only grown since then. The members have successfully organised a number of poetry events in the past including an open mic as well as a featured poets event in association with Saitan Theatre group. The society has also benchmarked its existence in the Delhi Circuit by an incessant number of wins. Today, they stand strong as a well acclaimed poetry society.

Women Development Cell is a vibrant and incessantly active initiative of the college. It is an effort towards the empowerment of women in society and plays a vital role in addressing their issues in higher education, encouraging them to reflect upon women and gender studies and broadening the perspectives towards gender. It also focuses on multidisciplinary perspectives of class, race, ethnicity, age, along with several other contemporary socio-political issues.

The Cell along with Hostel Committee organised a “Women Empowerment and Hygiene Event” on October 8, 2017 during which a Sanitary Napkin Vending Machine was set up in the Girls Hostel of the college. This machine was sponsored by CSR research foundation. On February 5, 2018, it collaborated with Delhi Legal Services Authority (DLSA) and organised an awareness program on ‘Domestic Violence and DLSA Schemes’. The eminent speakers Mr. Dhirendra Rana (Secretary, DLSA-North) and Ms. Ruchika Singla (Secretary, DLSA, North-West) enlightened the faculty and students on above issues.

This year, the college through the fee concession committee has helped twenty three students hailing from economically weaker sections by providing financialassistance in the form of books worth Rs. 4500/- each

‘All people are equal, it is not birth, and it’s a virtue alone that makes the difference’. The Equal Opportunity Cell was established by the University of Delhi on June 27, 2006 to address the issues related to SC/ST/OBC, minorities and the differently abled on a continual basis. The cell decided to make every possible effort to make University of Delhi friendly for all ‘Persons with Disability’ (PwD). The cell in its pursuit to help such students has made all efforts for improvement in the overall infrastructure, and the learning and teaching process for the differently abled academic community irrespective of visual, hearing, orthopaedic or other kinds of impairments. The main focus areas of the cell since its inception are:

  • Request the University to issue a Policy Statement on Disability.
  • Ensure a barrier free access to all buildings of college i.e. departments, library, hostel and office.
  • Set up a Resource Centre that would specialize in addressing the needs of PwDs in all categories including Visual, Hearing, Orthopaedic and Neurological etc.
  • Set up Counselling Centre to address issues on psychological problems and employment.
  • Examine all possible ways in which the SC/ ST/ OBC and minority groups can be helped.
  • Ensure that there is no discrimination in the college on grounds of disability or minority status.
  • Infrastructural provisions in the college: straight and tactile paths, accessible toilets, lifts, sign ages & sign boards.

The Admission Policy for differently abled students of the college totally adheres with the national commitment to diversity and inclusion. In accordance with the reservation criterion, the college offers admission to differently abled students in every course. At the time of admission, an Enabling Committee is formed to help the students with the admission process. Complete information is provided regarding the reservation of these students in the college prospectus.
“It is one of the most beautiful compensations of the life that you cannot sincerely try to help another without helping yourself.”

The Rotract Club of the college aims to instil in the students a sense of community participation by actively engaging in socially responsible initiatives. The club has a total of 180 members who are full of enthusiasm and zeal to work towards social initiatives and projects and has been participating in all rotary initiatives.

  • “In learning you will teach, and in teaching you will learn.” The PET & SETS (President Elect Training and Secretary Elect Training Seminar) was organised by Rotract District 3011 on July 15, 2017 at Adarsh Public School, Vikaspuri. President, Rtr. Varun Dagar and Secretary, Rtr. Mohit Sethi attended the training session where RCKMV bided for Teachers’ Day Event. The President and Secretary were trained to carry out the workings of the club in a successful manner.
Organ Donation Drive
  • “Be An Organ Donor, All It Costs Is A Little Love.” Rotaract Club of the college organised an Organ Donation Drive on July 4, 2017 at Connaught Place where twenty five Rotaractors from RCKMV walked around the narrow lanes of CP to raise pledges for Organ Donation and Make people aware about the same. On the note of success, 303 pledges were raised. The event proved to be a big success as most of the people in Connaught Place were made aware of the Organ Donation procedure.
Vriksharopan – A Sapling Plantation Drive
  • “No one can reap the fruit before planting the trees.” Rotract Club of the college organised a Sapling Plantation Drive on July 17, 2017 at Ren Basera, MCD Park, Subhash Nagar where fifty five saplings were planted throughout the park. Proper care is taken regularly of the saplings to look after the welfare of the environment. It was a good step in order to save the Earth from the detrimental effects of deforestation.
Envision- District Training Assembly
  • “Learning never exhausts the mind.” Rotract District 3011 yearly organised a District Training Assembly to train the Office Bearers of the respective Rotaract Clubs.The club enthusiastically participated in the District Training Assembly on July 31, 2017 at KR Mangalam World School, Vikaspuri. All the office Bearers attended the Training Seminar and were trained by the officials of RD 3011 to carry out the workings of the club further. Certificates were provided to the Rotractors for the same.
Cognizance-HIV Awareness Campaign
  • An HIV Awareness Campaign was organised in the form of Group Discussion and Creative Writing Competition related to topics concerning HIV on August 24, 2017 at the college. The participants came in decent numbers and won various exciting prizes.
Teachers’ Beyond Teaching- Teachers’ Day Celebration
  • Of all the hard jobs around, one of the hardest is being a good teacher.” Rotract District 3011 organised a Teachers’ Day Celebration event on September 5, 2017 at Delhi Technological University, Rohini. Almost twenty five Rotaractors participated from the club. Moreover, RCKMV was one of the host clubs for the event. Rotary Club of Panchshila Park, the parent Rotary Club of RCKMV sponsored Rs. 10,000 for the event. Various teachers who worked exceptionally well for the society in any form were falicitated in the event. The video teaser was also prepared by RCKMV.
IBTIDA’17- Club Installation Ceremony
  • Of all the hard jobs around, one of the hardest is being a good teacher.” Rotract District 3011 organised a Teachers’ Day Celebration event on September 5, 2017 at Delhi Technological University, Rohini. Almost twenty five Rotaractors participated from the club. Moreover, RCKMV was one of the host clubs for the event. Rotary Club of Panchshila Park, the parent Rotary Club of RCKMV sponsored Rs. 10,000 for the event. Various teachers who worked exceptionally well for the society in any form were falicitated in the event. The video teaser was also prepared by RCKMV.
Teachers’ Beyond Teaching- Teachers’ Day Celebration
  • Rotract Club of the college installed its team for the tenure of 2017-18 on September 19, 2017. The office bearers were falicitated by Badges and Collaring of the President was done. The DRR and DRS of RD3011, the President from the parent Rotary Club , Rotary Club of Panchshila Park and various Rotarians were the chief guests and guests of honour. Various future plans were presented in the ceremony. The Principal addressed the gathering, and encouraged the students to work towards the betterment of the society.
Cloth, Book and Footwear Collection and Donation Drive
  • Rotract Club of the college organised a Cloth, Book and Footwear Collection Drive in the College Amphiteatre from mid October to mid November. The boxes for collection were set up in the Amphitheatre and students dropped the things there.The club organised Footwear Donation Drive on February 27, 2018 atslums near Deepali Chowk, Rohini.Various Cloth Donation Drives were also organised by RCKMV at different places namely:
    1. Kashmere Gate Slum Area
    2. Naharpur Slum Area
    3. Village Bali Chowk
    4. Shakurpur
    5. JJ Colony, Sainik Vihar
Saksham 2.0- The Ashima Foundation Literacy Project
  • The volunteers for the Ashima Foundation Project are supposed to complete their twenty hours of teaching. Every day (i.e. Mon- Fri), at least five Rotaractors teach the children of the NGO for two hours. The program began on January 15, 2018. ‘Good Touch, Bad Touch’ event was organised on February 16, 2018 where an animated video was shown and discussion on ‘Good Touch and Bad Touch’ was conducted. A Poster Making Competition was organised on February 23, 2018 at Ashima Foundation. The students showed their creativity through colors and imaginations. The topics given were related to the environment.A discussion and a quiz on ECOSYSTEM were organised on March 16, 2018. The students participated very enthusiastically.
Women Sanitation Drive
  • A Women Sanitation Drive was organised on February 27, 2018 at Rohini Slum Area near Deepali Chowk. The students and the teachers from the club made the women aware about sanitation. Moreover, around fifty packets of sanitary napkins were distributed.
DRR’s Official Visit
  • The DRR visited the college to supervise the working of the club on March 9, 2018. He gave his valuable suggestions and appreciated the past events and motivated all the members to continue with their ideas in a proper functional way.
The Environment Club ‘Prakriti’ maintans a herbal garden in the college. The purpose is to develop a sense of awareness and inculcate knowledge among students about the benefits we can get from our environment.

Plants ranging from aromatic and culinary herbs like Coriander, Fenugreek, Mint, Thyme, Rosemary, Oregano, Bay leaves, Cinnamon, Asafoetida and Ajwain have been grown. Two varieties of sacred plant ocimum (Tulsi) are also planted. A variety of medicinal plants like Lemongrass, Turmeric, Ashwagandha, Bryophyllum pinnatum (Patharchata) have also been grown.
The Entrepreneurship Development Program Cell (EDPC) of the college was constituted in October 2017. The cell aims at providing a platform and encouraging the students of the college with innovative ideas towards implementation.
The EDPC Cell organised an interactive session on the topic ‘From Ideas to Fruition’ on October 13, 2017 in the college auditorium. The eminent speaker for the session was Dr. Rajeev Singh, Coordinator CIEL, ARSD College, University of Delhi.
The cell keeps on updating the students about the innovative activities and workshops on entrepreneurship that are being organised in Delhi as well as other states of India.
The Placement Cell of the college works diligently throughout the year in its endeavour to reduce the gap between students and recruiters. The cell has student coordinators from each course to help organise various activities. The year 2017-18 has been immensely fruitful in terms of the companies that visited the college campus and the activities organised for the students. The Placement Cell organised three workshops for the final year students during October 2017. The workshops conducted by Talentio Group, covered varied aspects required by students to succeed in the job market ranging from writing a resume to mock HR-interviews. Another series of three training workshops were organised during January 2018 by T.I.M.E educators who shared their expertise on three important topics namely, designing a professional C.V., handling guesstimates and personal interviews. All the workshops were well received and appreciated by participating students. In order to promote a culture of internships, the Placement Cell associated with Internshala, the portal for internships. By undertaking summer and winter internships students are expected to discover their interests, learn new skills, build their confidence, and eventually land into great jobs.The Cell also actively coordinated with the Central Placement Cell (CPC) of University of Delhi for internships and placements, facilitated students to participate in pool campus drives organized by other colleges, assisted students in participating in off-campus as well as on-campus placement drives for the final year students. A number of companies like A.T.Kearney, CPM visited the campus for placements.The average package for the academic year 2017-18 is 4.11 lakhs per annum. Though the process of placements is ongoing, a number of students have already been offered placements through the Placement Cell of the college as indicated in the table:
CPM Komal Khamba B. Com (H) On Campus (CPC)
Puneet Khatter
Estee Advisors Pvt. Ltd. Smriti Sharma B.Sc.(H) Computer Science On Campus (CPC)
Uttam Singh
S&P Global Ankush Aggarwal B.Com. (H) On Campus (CPC)
Antara Dey
Pratika Chatola
Samriddhi Aggarwal
Sanya Ahuja
Sheetij Aggarwal
A.T. Kearney Shubham Goel B.M.S. On Campus (CPC)
Supriya Chawla
Ritika Sarna
Arpit Goel
Giriraj Malhotra
Ken Research B.M.S B.Sc.(H) Computer Science Off Campus(CPC)
TresVista Chaitanya Goel B.M.S Pool Campus Drive (CPC)
British Teleco nkit Goel B.Com. (H) Pool Campus Drive(CPC)
Tommy Hilfig Kartik Kaura B.Sc.(H) Computer Science Pool Campus Drive(CPC)
Deloitte Uttam Singh B.Sc.(H) Computer Science Pool Campus Drive (CPC)
Saksham Hans
Bharat Sardana
Sudarshan Yadav
Sikha Bisen
Harshul Saxena
Abhishek Kansal

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