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Enactus: Enactus at Hindu College was established in 2014 which brings students, business and academic leaders together with the goal of improving the quality of life and living standard of people in need, through the positive effects of business endeavours.Enactuslaunched Project Shreshthin collaboration with the Khadi Department of the Ministry of Small and Medium Enterprises, GOI, to inculcate entrepreneurship skills among women living in Badli Industrial Area.The society identified women of Badli Industrial Area, Delhi and helped them become self-reliant by acquiring the skill of making incense sticks. It is now helping the women set up their business of making and selling incense sticks.


Nature provides a free lunch, but only if we control our appetites. This has been inspiration behind the working of our society. This society has always helped enhance its ever growing stature by providing record number of environ-mentalists, nature lovers and well-groomed citizens. Established in 2005, Panchtatva brings awareness among students as well as the College staff about the environment and its protection. Amongst its committed activities are the paper collection drive during the student elections (pamphlets, posters etc.) and donating the collected paper to an NGO for blind students, tree plantation drives in and outside the campus, .and anti-smoking campaign in association with the World Lung Foundation.


National Cadet Corps (NCC)
Hindu College runs the Naval Wing of NCC since 2004. It aims to develop character, discipline, and the ideals of selfless service amongst the youth of country and to contribute to creation of organized, trained and motivated youth. It also aims to provide leaderships to students in all walks of life and be always available for the service of the nation.The national cadet corps navy wing Hindu College 1DNU, has givenexemplary performance in various activities & actively participated in various national integration camps and training camps such as Yoga Camp, Swimming Cadre,NauSainik camp,Annual Training Camp, Republic Day Camp, Prime Minister's Rally.Dr. HarinderKumar was chosen for the Best ANO Award by DG, NCC in 2010.The College started "Arihant", the annual festival of the NCC wing in 2013.

  1. The NSS Wing of the College focuses its activities on three key sectors of providing equal rights, access and opportunities to the underprivileged and/or differently-abled: education, health, and work with the visually challenged.
  2. NSS volunteers have been conducting classes (mainly Mathematics and English) at Gandhi Ashram for students from 1st-5th standard, starting from July 2013. They also conduct free tuitions, educational and co-curricular activities for underprivileged children at Timarpur slum near Wazirabad from January 2015.
  3. Volunteers are assigned to act as readers and scribers for the visually impaired students of the College to assist them with their academics and examinations.
  4. NSS volunteers have collaborated with a number of NGOs and external organizations, including ‘Save the Quest’ (self-reliance for the visually challenged), celebrated White Cane Day (15 October 2015), to mark the achievements of the visually impaired and to pledge never to discriminate on the basis of disability.
  5. NSS educates students and society regarding many issues like health, sanitation, palliation, etc. Various health camps and cleanliness drives across campus and slum areas near it have been taken out to create awareness and also to motivate people to work towards a clean environment. They have been conducting free medical camps at various slums in Timarpur, Kabir Nagar, Shakti Nagar, etc. as well as ‘Health and Sanitation Camps’ in similar areas.
  6. The volunteers have conducted orientation/sensitization programme by DNipCare (Delhi ties National Initiative in Palliative Care) and are doing various collaborative projects with them.
  7. The NSS blood-donation and disaster relief efforts are discussed under Criterion 1.3.4 below.
  8. The NSS provides a platform for NGOs like ‘Save the Quest’, ‘Teaching for a Cause’, ‘Helpiez’, ‘DNipCare’ etc. to raise awareness across campus, and also give an opportunity to students to intern in these NGOs.


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