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The Government initiative to increase the number of Institutions of higher education for giving opportunity to more and more marginalized sections of society is indeed an important opportunity for such instititutions to reach out to women belonging to different socio-economic strata of society for imparting higher education which ensures better employment possibilities. To strengthen the Government’s endeavour to provide access to higher education clubbed with skill enhancement educational programmes to every women, Aditi Mahavidyalaya (University of Delhi) in collaboration with CPDHE(University of  Delhi) took a very promising initiative by organizing an UGC Sponsored National Conference on ‘Revamping Higher Education for Girls in India by Exploring Possibilities through Traditional Innovative Teaching Techniques- Beti Bachao Beti Padhao Perspective’ on 28th August, 2019 at CPDHE(University of Delhi). The Conference offered an important forum for academicians, higher authorities of Government, NGOs and research scholars from across the country to exchange their research and experiences that empowers women for high performance in professional and domestic sphere. The Conference was participated by more than 200 delegates from all over the country. The organizing commitee of the conference was comprised of Dr. Mamta Sharma, Principal &Conference Convenor, Dr. Bhawna Rajput, Co-Convenor & Conference Organizing Secretary, Dr. Nalini Singh, Co-ordinator and members Dr. Santosh Kumar Yadav, Dr. Baldev Gulati, Dr. Manish Vats, Dr. Sunita Dahiya, Dr. Neetu Malik, Ms. Sneh Gangawar, Dr. Parul Chopra and Dr. Ritu Khatri.


Session I (Inaugural Session)

The inaugural session was graced by the presence of  Dr. Nita Choudhury, IAS, Rtd. Secretary, Member, Central Administrative Tribunal, New Delhi, Prof. Geeta Singh. Director, CPDHE(University of Delhi), Prof. Pamela Singla, Department of Social Work, University of Delhi, Dr. Sunil Thakur, CMO, WUS, University of Delhi, Dr. Mamta Sharma, Principal, Aditi Mahavidyalaya and Dr. Bhawna Rajput, Conference Organizing Secretary. The conference began with the welcome address by Dr. Mamta Sharma. Dr. Sharma made the audience aware about the series of initiative launched by Aditi Mahavidyalaya to create sensitization towards the holistic development of women as she nurtures child, nature, culture and family as creator, generator and transformer of life. In the opening remarks for the conference, Dr. Bhawna Rajput highlighted the need for an inclusive approach of innovative teaching techniques and better gender norms in the society for the greater access of women to the higher education.The Chief Guest of the inaugural session, Dr. Nita Chaudhury in her Keynote address applauded the efforts of Aditi Mahavidyalaya as role model for providing technical skill to the marginalised women. She advocated the need for extending help to the villages by the educational institutions for the development of employment opportunities within a village like vegetable and home made food items production and marketing. The Guest of Honour, Prof. Geeta Singh delivered a very inspiring speech, in which she described women as an embodiment of divine power of mother goddess who possess untapped potentials in all the fields of knowledge and skill. Another Guest of Honour, Prof. Pamela Singla, laid emphasis on the need to look around good practices which protect and educate women in true sense. Prof. Singla congratulated Aditi Mahavidyalaya for providing traditional and innovative style of teaching to the students from the last 25 years and this has encouraged more rural girls to take higher education in Aditi Mahavidyalaya. The special invitee, Dr. Sunil Thakur drew attention towards positive association between maternal education and child survival and health. He advocated for health literacy amongst women that how women’s rights are fulfilled for their right health.







Session II (Technical Session)

The session II based on the theme, ‘Higher Education for Girls in India: Policies and Practices’ proved to be an effective panel discussion amongst academicians and Executives of NGOs who have extensively worked towards bringing quality skill based education for girls in India. The session was chaired by Prof. Namita Ranganathan, Head and Dean, Department of Education, University of Delhi. Prof. Ranganathan focussed on the issues of bringing higher education for women through innovative teaching practices and how education can change the women’s role in the society. Mr. Ashok Kumar, Executive Director of Dr. A.V. Baliga Memorial Trust gave a talk on the theme entitled ‘Educating to Empower Women for Developmental Revolution’. Mr. Kumar’s main thrust was on the issue of protection of women through education of women. Ms. Reena Banerjee, Secretary, Nav Srishti, talked about her experiences with a presentation entitled ‘Education and Women Empowerment’. Ms. Banerjee highlighted over the efforts of the NGO, Nav Shristi towards educating girls from more than 2 decades and how the girls have been empowered by skill based training programmes. Ms. Sushma Kakroo, Sr. Counsellor, SOS Children’s Villages of India in her presentation entitled ‘Women’s Empowerment: Education as a tool for achieving equality’ discussed the issues of gender inequality which can only be solved by empowering women through education. NGOs also put up exhibition to showcase their initiatives to achieve behavioural, social and economic transformation for girls in India and have equal opportunities to access quality education.








Session III (Research Paper and e-Poster Presentations)

After the fruitful discourse on the policies and practices related to women education by technical experts, 43 presentations of research papers and e-posters were made by the scholars of different disciplines. The session was Chaired by Prof. Neera Narang, Department of Education, University of Delhi and Co-Chaired by Dr. Sanjoy Roy, Associate Professor, Department of Social Work, University of Delhi. Some delegates registered on the spot for the Conference for paper presentations, so their presentations were also held along with the other presenters and the best paper & poster was declared by the judges.






Session IV (Valedictory Session)

The Valedictory session was presided by Ms. Pinki, Additional Session Judge , Tis Hazari Court, Delhi. In her Valedictory speech, Ms. Pinki stated that the time for girls matching men step for step is now over. It’s time, girls should move ahead and show the way to the world. She also advocated for the need to give right education to women and men so that the norms of gender equality can be maintained in the society. In this session, Delhi Police representatives Ms. Deepika and Mr. Anupam Bhushan were invited to make the audience aware about the Himmat Mobile Phone App which can be effectively used by the women for their safety. The valedictory session was also blessed with the words of wisdom by Mr. Jal Singh Rana, former Chairperson, Aditi Mahavidyalaya and Dr. Gajendra Singh, Associate Professor, Department of African Studies, University of Delhi. The Conference achieved a significant success by bringing together research findings, experiences and vision of the experts of different fields to sensitize the issue of  providing higher education to women of different sections of society through traditional and innovative teaching practices and thereby enhancing their role in the nation building.









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Posted By :Aditi Posted On : 09-10-2019 At : 12:11:00

20 Nss volunteers of Aditi Mahavidyalaya visited nodia film city aaj tk news channel on 6th April 2019. This experience is for the first time for nss volunteers of our college to visit news channel and saw to episodes of aaj tk that is chunav kavali and takkar.

It was the great learning for all the girls who visited there.

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Posted By :Aditi Posted On : 05-08-2019 At : 10:56:10

On 29th Jan 2019, workshop on "creativity and innovation for inclusion of differently abled" was conducted by Dr. Baldev Gulati NSS programme officer and Dr. Mali and Dr. Santosh in collaboration with enabling unit. The workshop by Ms. Fatemah Amini Internationally renowned scholar and practitioner from IRAN. Ambassador of peace and goodwill. Volunteers of nss and students of social work became part of this workshop Ms. Fatemah amiri teach us about how differently abled people do their work they are like us. What we can do they can also do. Some videos and short 2min movies were shown by her which was very inspirational and all the students liked her session.

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Posted By :Aditi Posted On : 05-08-2019 At : 10:53:16

Plantation drive was conducted in our college in which 40 NSS volunteers took active participation. This plantation drive was conducted to aware students of importance of plants in the life of humans. Plants and humans are interdependent on each other. The message was conveyed by this plantation drive

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Posted By :Aditi Posted On : 05-08-2019 At : 10:51:01

A cultural exchange programme between Directorate of Primary Education (Samagra Siksha Abhiyan, H.R.D.D., Sikkim) and Aditi Mahavidyalaya, University of Delhi was organised under EK BHARAT SHRESHTA BHARAT initiative. A team of 21 students and 5 teachers started their journey to this 100% organic and divine place on 14th march 2019 and deboarded at New Jalpaiguri on 15th march. We first stopped at and explored Jorethang and more of west Sikkim later.

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Posted By :Aditi Posted On : 05-08-2019 At : 10:46:25

Message   from  The  Chair


It gives me immense pleasure to welcome you all to the U.G .C. Sponsored National Conference on 'E- Waste- Management and Swachh Bharat Abhiyan' organised by our college. The conference has been organised as a series of initiatives taken by our college to create awareness about the relative importance of maintaining cleanliness in our surroundings and is in line with the 'Swachh Bharat Abhiyan' or the 'Clean India Mission' instituted by the Government of India across the nation.

With the belief in holistic development of students, our college has been actively contributing to meet the academic and ecological needs of the society and country at large through fostering research and development in the field. As is rightly said, from nature we come and to it we shall return', it therefore becomes our duty as inhabitants of this planet to maintain the glory it originated from in its pristine form during our stay here. With economic growth of a nation, comes a great responsibility of managing the residuals involved in growth. We are at present at a rapidly digitalizing time, where majority of the work related to diverse fields like academics, medicine and industry, our dependence on e -technology has increased manifolds. Along with benefits of advancement, it has also contributed to the menace of building up gigantic e-waste, that needs for an immediate action plan for its management. The perils of e-waste accrue in the form of numerous fatal diseases that not only affect our present 'generation but have a capacity to affect health of future generations to come.

Maintaining cleanliness is not only important for our physical wellbeing but is associated with our spiritual and emotional wellness as well. As Gandhi ji said 'clean mind lives in a clean body', true liberation can be achieved only if we are liberated from bondages of all kinds -slavery, impure thoughts and ill health. For a nation to prosper, there must reside people who thrive in a healthy social, political and ecological environment. This conference is a small endevour on our part to create sensitization about imminent need to maintain a clean, healthy and disease free environment, where each of us is able to contribute to our greatest potential. I would like extend my thanks to all the delegates for their sincere contribution to the global cause of concern, and hope that the knowledge all of us have gained on this platform will rekindle our efforts towards building a clean and sustainable environment.

Thank you all

Dr. Mamta Sharma


                        Message   from  The  Organizing Secretary


The access to electronic products and digital technology has dramaticall y increased due to rapid innovation and lowered costs. This has led to an increase in the use of electronic devices and equipment. The unintended consequence of this is a ballooning of electronic and electrical waste: e-waste. E-waste is a term used to portray any electronic gadget that is obsolete, old, broken, disposed of, or toward the finish of its valuable life. This incorporates PDAs, PCs, portable workstations, screens, TVs, printers, scanners, and other electrical gadgets. E-waste is the fastest-growing waste stream in the world. According to an estimate by United Nations University, each year, approximately 50 million tonnes of electronic and electrical waste (e-waste) are discarded — the weight of more than all commercial airliners ever made. In terms of material value, this is worth 62.5 billion US dollars — more than the GDP of most countries. India was ranked as the fifth largest generator of e-waste in the world besides the US, China, Japan and Germany with an estimated of 2 million tonnes of e-waste generated annually. A large number of E-wastes is being illegally dumped by developed countries in the developing countries like India. Almost 70 per cent of e-waste handled in India is produced elsewhere in spite of a reported import ban on e-waste. Globally, less than 20% of E-waste is recycled formally and the rest of this mostly ends up in landfill or disposed off. In India, Only 2 percent of the E-waste is recycled. Even for the small fraction of e-waste that is being recycled, the informal sector handles over 90 per cent of the recycling. Informally, much of it is done in working conditions harmful to both health and the environment. In addition to health and pollution impacts, improper management or c-waste is resulting in a significant loss of scarce and valuable raw materials, such as gold, platinum, cobalt and rare earth elements. As much as 7% or the world's gold may currently be contained in e-waste, with 100 times more gold in a tonne of e-waste than in a tonne of gold ore. This calls for an overhaul of the current electronics system, emphasising the need for a circular economy in which resources are not extracted, used and discarded, but valued and reused in ways that minimise environmental impacts and create decent, sustainable jobs. The strategies such durable product design, buy-back and return systems for used electronics, 'urban mining' to extract metals and minerals from e-waste, and the `dematerialisation' of electronics by replacing outright device ownership with rental and leasing models etc. would reduce the volume of e-waste and maximise product reuse and recycling opportunities. Further, better product tracking and take-back schemes, also constitute an important step to circular global value chains. The government of India has attempted to address this issue in the last few years. The number of steps has been taken to enhance awareness about environmentally sound management of e-waste. Regulations were introduced in 2008 and 2011 for the formal sector. In 2016, revised E-waste management rules, called the E-Waste (Management) Rules, 2016 were notified by the Union Ministry of Environment Forest and Climate Change (MoEF&CC) to implement effectively an environmentally sound management of e-waste. On 22nd March 2018, these Rules have been amended and came into force on the same day with the objective to channelize the E-waste generated in the country towards authorized dismantlers and recyclers in order to formalize the e-waste recycling sector. The E-waste issue requires harmonized efforts by entrepreneurs, investors, academics, business and labour leaders and lawmakers to develop comprehensive and systematic solution that is sustainable and environmentally sound to make the circular economy work. The theme of conference echoes an urgent call for the adoption of green growth approach as the foundation of the sustainable development and it conforms to our Government's objective of Swachh Bharat. The conference will bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and Government officials to exchange, present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns as well as practical challenges encountered and solutions adopted in the fields of &Waste Management and Recycling Process.

Dr. Bhawna Rajput

Co-Convener & Organising Secretary 


  • Inaugural Session


Rapid growth of technology and technical innovations not only transformed human lives but also have degraded their health and coping mechanisms by leaving huge E-waste dumps in our country. With this issue as our core concern, Dr Mamta Sharma, Principal, Aditi Mahavidyalaya organized the first National Conference on E-Waste Management and Swachh Bharat Mission sponsored by University Grants Commission on 10th April 2019 at Department of Environmental Studies at University of Delhi. It was organised by the efforts of Dr Bhawna Rajput- the Co-Convenor& Conference Organizing Secretary, Convenor Swachh Bharat Mission. The conference began with an inspiring welcome address by Dr Mamta Sharma, Convenor, Conference Chair, who warmly welcomed all the honourable guests with message that ‘from nature we come and to it we shall return’ and further highlighted the necessity of such initiatives for sustainable development and clean environment for students, researchers and academicians. Further Dr Bhawna Rajput, Conference Organizing Secretary, Convenor Swachh Bharat Mission, Associate Professor addressed the in context of contemporary transition of technology, it is extremely relevant to address the hazards that are generated by the MNCs. Around 200 participants and eminent speakers from Ministries under GOI, leading academic scientists, researchers and scholars in the domain of interest from around the country to share their expert knowledge, information and best practices, and build strong vision for future.

On this occasion our hon’ble chief guest was Dr Sandip Chatterjee, Director, Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology who highlighted the initiatives by Ministry to create eco-parks in order to streamline e-waste recycling in environmentally friendly manner using the indigenously developed technologies in accordance with the requirements in India. In the similar context, our Guest of Honor – Professor Inderjit Singh, Head, Department of Environmental Studies, University of Delhi and Dr Sunil Thakur, CMO, WUS Health Centre, University of Delhi as Special Invitee gave detailed information about the hazardous nature of the E-waste and its degrading impact on ecosystems. In keynote address, Professor Radhey Shyam Sharma, Department of Environmental Studies, University of Delhi shared that this event will enable us to exchange our experiences and share best practices for E-waste management at national level.

The event facilitated opportunities for networking, collaboration and exchange of ideas with renowned experts in E-waste Management & Recycling research and development aimed towards sustainability of environment and common resources. The conference involved around 40 paper presentation and E-poster presentations by academicians from diverse fields. A compilation of all the abstracts in the form of a book was released during the inaugural session.


  • Technical Session

Technical session Chaired by Dr. Harendra Kharkwal ,Additional Director, Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change and was co-ordinated by Dr Mali D. Sawariya was organized to bring together representatives of formal and informal sectors of E-waste labour – Producer Responsibility Organizations namely – Mr Shekhar Sharma and Mr Ravi Bhushan from Hindustan E-Waste Management (P) Ltd highlighted the prospects of job opportunities and entrepreneurship in E-waste management. He talked about the rising employment opportunities in this sector and the career prospects for students. Mr Ravi Bhushan shared that there is a need for Awareness generation programmes to maintain EPRs.


e recommended that four strategies which needs to be followed - firstly the producer of EPR has to conduct awareness program with their consumers once or twice in  a year; secondly, the consumers may be picked from Big Corporates, School, Community people; thirdly, a sticker  or label has to be affixed on the labels of products/parts stating the hazards of e-waste; fourthly, website of the company should contain a Toll Free no and also define Environmental policy on the home page of the website.


Then, Mr Ujjawal Kumar from Namo E-Waste Ltd shared that there is need of collaboration of academic bodies and the awareness generating institutions so that students can be made aware about the E-waste management scenario in Indian cities.  On this note, Mr Shashi Pandit from Harit Recyclers Association shared the issues and concerns that the labour in informal E-waste management sector is facing at present.


After this panel discussion by technical experts, there were around academic presentations of 40 research papers and E-posters from scholars from interdisciplinary fields which were chaired by Prof. Ashok Prasad, Department of Chemistry, University of Delhi and Mr Shiv Kumar, Senior Technical Director & Scientist D, National Informatics Centre (NIC).  The research paper titled ‘E-Waste Awareness level of End User’s – A Reality Test’ by Mr Zofail Hassan (Research Scholar, Dept of Commerce and Business Studies, Jamia Millia Islamia) was awarded with the Best Presentation certificate. All the presentation highlighted the paradigms shifts in practices, concepts, challenges and strategies that are significant in E-waste managements from Inter-disciplinary perspectives.


The conference ended with the valedictory remarks by Mr Shiv Kumar who narrated a significant learning from the life of Swami Vivekanand that though undoubtedly there exists the problems in the lives of individual, group and community but in order to find the solution we all have to fulfil the gap of ‘information’. This gap has to be bridged so that all the communities and individual should be free from toxics generated by E- waste. His suggested that there is urgent need to work upon awareness generation in the masses; collaboration with corporate sector; and the responsibility of the government as a stakeholder should be practiced seriously. Further he conveyed vote of thanks to all the participants, moderators, panellists and presenters. He extended his thanks to Dr Mamta Sharma,Chair, Dr Bhawna Rajput, Co-Convenor & Organizing Secretary and organizing committee - Dr Nalini Singh (Co-ordinator); Dr Sunita Dahiya; Dr Neetu Malik; Dr Mali D. Sawariya (Technical Session Coordinator); Dr Parul Chopra; Dr Jagmohan; Mr Manish Vats; Ms Lovely; Ms Roshni; Ms Indu Dahiya; Ms Divya Kalra; Dr Parul Goel and Ms Sneh Gangwar for their efforts. Further, he expressed his satisfaction on the extensive learning that took place in this conference and which he hoped would continue going forward.


          Thus, in the visionary guidance of the above delegates, experts, practitioners and scholars in the field of E-Waste management, the conference summarised that in future there shall be integrated and holistic approach in creating standardized legislations, livelihood-based entrepreneurship opportunities, collaborative action and partnerships and generating opportunities for evidence-based practice in optimizing E-waste Management in India.



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Posted By :Aditi Posted On : 15-04-2019 At : 12:18:29

At the invitation of Spic Macay, the cultural committee of Aditi Mahavidyalya sent seven students and teachers to take part in grand Ardh kumbh 2019 – “the world’s largest congregation of religious pilgrims” – to Prayagraj, Uttar Pradesh. The aim was to understand and attempt to study a number of events processes, phenomenon and traditions. The Mela in the confluence of faith, culture and economic enterprise. In the little time the troupe had, we could see aarti, oblation and offerings being made by families to God for the well- being of their progenies, businesses, money and fortunes. The common theme that linked most visitors was the desire for salvation from rebirth and freedom from the sins of their birth via holy dips in the confluence of the Ganga, the Yamuna and the (mythical) Saraswati. Troupe got opportunity to interact with Padamshri Bharatanatyam dancer Geeta Chandra, Padma Vibhushan kathak dancer Pandit Birju Maharaj on 14th Feb 2019 and to enjoy Baul dance performance by Shri Ravi Das from Shantiniketan, West Bengal on 15th Feb 2019. The troupe also participated in the signature campaign for cleanliness, menstrual hygiene and to prevent child marriage with Parmarth Niketan. The pandals were established by followers of different sects, multiple preachings, sadhu of many hues and various genders, including trans genders. The troupe had the opportunity to cruise the river and explore the sides of the historical Allahabad fort. A visit was also made to see the inside of the fort and the so called miraculous tree the “Akshay Vat”. The architecture of the fort by the riverside shows the beautiful stone worth of Mughal Emperor Akbar. It was an experience that enriched the troupe in multiple ways.

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Posted By :Aditi Posted On : 04-03-2019 At : 09:38:16

A training programme on First Aid has been organized at Aditi Mahavidalaya on 06.02 2019 in the College Hall, for the students of the college. There was an active participation of around 140 students in the training programme. The session on First Aid Training was organized by Dr. Bhawna Rajput under the leadership of Principal, Dr. Mamta Sharma and facilitated by Dr. Sunil Thakur, Chief Medical Officer, WUS Health Centre, University of Delhi, Shri Mohan Sharma, Head (Institutional Sales), and Ms Reena Uniyal, Educator Fortis Escorts Heart Institute, Okhla. The training focused on the objectives of  First Aid, performance of CPR, Definition and type of Bandages, Wound Care, Management of  every day minor accidents, Minor cuts, Grazes, Bleeding and Burns and Treatment of Breathing Casualty. First Aid generally consists of a series of simple and in some cases, potentially life saving techniques that an individual can be trained to perform with minimal equipment. After the training sessions, the students felt confident of providing first aid during emergencies. At the end of the training, certificates were provided to the participants. In an effort to promote proper disposal of menstrual waste and promote the Swachh Bharat Mission, Sanitary Pad Incinerators has been installed in the college on this occasion. The incinerator is donated by Amoli Society for Women and arranged by Dr. Jagmohan and Ms. Nupur and their team members. The incinerator will enable the eco-friendly disposal of menstrual waste. This incinerator is small in size and very easy to use.

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Posted By :Aditi Posted On : 20-02-2019 At : 10:16:25

Geography field trip

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Posted By :Saurabh Posted On : 30-10-2018 At : 06:44:15

Alumini Meet 2018

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Posted By :Saurabh Posted On : 30-10-2018 At : 06:31:11

Annual Day 2017-18

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Posted By :Saurabh Posted On : 30-10-2018 At : 06:31:11

Hindi Divas

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Posted By :Saurabh Posted On : 30-10-2018 At : 06:31:11

NCC Rank Ceremony

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Posted By :Saurabh Posted On : 26-09-2018 At : 11:51:58

Herbal day of the college was celebrated on ?World Forestry day? 23rd March 2013.

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Posted By :Saurabh Posted On : 26-09-2018 At : 11:41:04