Academics

From Aurobindo Ghose to Sri Aurobindo

April 18, 2019

–Written By Tanvi Sharma Have you ever heard of a person who transfigured from a hardliner revolutionary to  a spiritual leader? Did you ever thought how a great personality like Aurobindo turned from a revolutionary to a spiritual leader? What would have been the reasons which led to a great change in the life of […]

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मै जनरल डायर की बन्दूक

April 13, 2019

ब्रिटिश राज के घोर युग में,युनियन जैक के परचम तले,मै रेगिनाल्ड की सर्विस पिस्टल बनी,मै जनरल डायर की बंदूक। मै साथी थी उसकी,करीब 35 वर्षों तक,जान गई थी रग-रग उसकी,सर से पैर तक। एक दिन खबर मिली,या यों कि वैशाखी के दिन,पता किसे था यही बनेगा,कयामत-ए-जलियाँवाला का दिन। हुकुम था उसका बैसाखी पर,कोई न घर से निकला हो,जलियाँवाला […]

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The Gandhi who made a Mahatma: Pivotal contribution of Kasturba Gandhi in the Indian Independence Movement.

April 11, 2019

The nation celebrates the 150th Birth Anniversary year of Mahatma Gandhi. Almost every tableau in the 2019 Republic day parade had the effigy of Mohandas Gandhi in order to pay tributes to this soul, who in his tangential form, guided the Indian independence struggle and in its subtle form continues to guide the conscience of […]

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NMO HEALTH THINK TANK

April 3, 2019

From Brain Storming to Nation Transforming National Medicos Organisation (NMO) has always believed that action and service on the ground speak louder than words. So, when 43 chosen delegates and speakers from all over the nation received invites to participate in the first ever ‘Health Think Tank’ to be held at Deen Dayal Shodh Sansthan, […]

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Message of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar University Students on General Elections.

March 30, 2019

— Written By Anjali MathurAUDEconomics department It is not easy to rule a vast country like India for 5 years and change everything. Modi government took many initiative forshaping the future of India. In this process some of the initiative didn’t work and that’s okay. We can’t expect him to be perfect. Good or bad […]

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“Umar Pachpan Dil Bachpan” – How youth engages in community development and joy giving

March 30, 2019

Under the aegis of Mr. Jitender Bhardwaj, In-charge of Shiv Ashray Senior Citizen home, and Mr. Sahil Koul, an esteemed faculty member of Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies (VIPS) “Young Wrinkles” successfully organized a visit and interaction program named ‘Umar Pachpan, Dil Bachpan’ at Shiv Ashray Senior Citizen Home, Rohini on March 24, 2019. This […]

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THE FATHER OF ‘SATYANVESHI’

March 30, 2019

Are you an investigation enthusiast and fed up of those ‘Sherlocked’ fans around? Or looking for an Indian counterpart of Sherlock Homes? Well, you may never find one because what India borne is not a detective but a ‘Satyanveshi’. Yes! Byomkesh Bakshi – the Satyanveshi. And we are celebrating one hundred and twenty years of the father of Satyanveshi – Sharadindu Bandyopadhyay. The legendary Bengali […]

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दिल्ली विश्वविद्यालय महोत्सव

March 23, 2019

— Written By अस्मिता कॉलेज जीवन का सबसे आकर्षक पहलू कॉलेज के फेस्ट होते हैं और जब यह दिल्ली विश्वविद्यालय द्वारा आयोजित कराया जाए तब यह और भी रोमांचक हो जाते है। दिल्ली विश्वविद्यालय अपने पढ़ाई के साथ साथ सर्वश्रेष्ठ कॉलेज फेस्ट आयोजित कराने के लिए भी जाना जाता है। यह फेस्ट लगभग ३ से […]

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Media Maniac: Coverage of Pulwama and Balakot

March 23, 2019

— Written ByProf. Charu Lata SinghDean, Vivekananda School of Journalism and Mass CommunicationVIPS Media : the fourth pillar of democracy, that too of the largest democracy of the world needs to act andbehave with maturity. It should be voice of the people rather than the voice of few .The recent national events put people’s trust […]

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Is 2019 really the ‘Gandhi Year’?

March 23, 2019

While launching the Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan or addressing country at the Independence Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi since the beginning of his tenure has made sure that the ideas of Mahatma Gandhi will be celebrated in a grandees fashion throughout 2019, the year of the 150th birth anniversary of the freedom fighter. The same intent […]

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Culture in a Nutshell

March 13, 2019

 –BY SHASHANK SHEKHARBA(JMC) STUDENT, VIPS Coming from “The Gateway of The Thar Dessert”, Churu a village in Rajasthan, Om Prakash carries on his family legacy and culture of miniature wood sculptor. Om Prakash creates miniature almond shells, dry seed shells and hand-fans of pure Rosewood, which might look ordinary but as you can see in […]

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Post- attack retaliation: surmounting doubts!

March 2, 2019

The attacks overnight followed nearly a fortnight of sabre- rattling between the nuclear-armed neighbours over the 14th February suicide bombing, in which India claimed that Pakistan had a “direct hand”. JeM is based in Pakistan but Islamabad rejected any responsibility for the attack. While exchanges of artillery and light weapons over the line are very common, […]

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