न हि ज्ञानेन सदृशं पवित्रमिह विद्यते।
ज्ञान के समान पवित्र इस संसार में कुछ नहीं है।।
There is nothing more pure in this world than knowledge(Jyana)
The Gandhi study circle of Bharati College provides students to express their opinions on Gandhian values. Its objective to disseminate the message of Mahatma Gandhi. It provides students wide path to show their talents, creativity and various innovative skills through Various competitions organized. It organizes various programmes, events to spread awareness and evoke sensitivity to the virtues of satya ,ahimsa ,sanitation among all.
The members of the society meet regularly and discuss literary works that inspire them. They also hold short writing and reading sessions to showcase their work amongst each other. It allows them to foster a community that is conducive for individuality and growth in writing.
In October 2016 Gandhi Study Circle Bharati college organized poster making competition on topic “Ahimsa” and welcomed our speaker for the Day professor Anil kumar Mishra he shared his valuable views on Gandhian Ideology guided students to always be on the path of truthfulness “Satya” and its importance to be truthful as like Mahatma Gandhi.
Gandhi Study Circle of Bharati college provides students as well as Teachers to interact with one another more effectively and discuss on Gandhian values. To propagate the ideology and philosophy of mahatma Gandhi and his martyrdom for our nation. On the occasion of Gandhi jayanti our college organized poster and slogan making competitions on the theme “SwachhBharat” with an aim to provide the idea of sanitation among the people and create a sense of awareness.Our celebrations were started by respected principal madam Dr Mukti Sanyal, she welcomed Dr A S Narang, speaker for the day. He emphasized on the gandhian ideology and discussed some facts on Mahatma Gandhi.
In 2018, Students took part in two day Seminar on ‘Gandhian Values of Non Violence’ at Gandhi Bhawan. Each day added to the fervour and enthusiasm among the students. The Students very Energetically participated in a PEACE MARCH organised by Gandhi Bhawan and got the opportunity to meet the Vice-chancellor of Delhi University.
On the occasion of 150th Gandhi Jayanti, a lecture was delivered on 'Relevance of Mahatma Gandhi's principles followed by Bhajan Singing, Speeches delivered by students. To propagate Khadi among the youth, Gandhi Study Circle of the college in collaboration with Incredible Transforming Charitable Foundation (ITCF) organised “Sankalp for Khadi” on 10th September 2018. The event saw two main Competitions:
A Speech Competition on the theme “Khadi” and Hunt for a ‘Khadi Ambassador’. Students wore Khadi in the most stylish way and one of them became the face of “Khadi Ambassador” for the college.
Students got chance to go to Gandhi Bhawan, University of Delhi and became a part of the events organized followed by valuable words of vice chancellor of University of Delhi Yogesh K Tyagi. It was a great pleasure for the students as well as professors to be a part of this event.
Bharati College celebrated Gandhi jayanti with prof. Ramesh Chandra Bhardwa, Director Gandhi Bhawan, University of Delhi as our speaker. Event began with lamp lighting and a warm welcome by teacher in-chrarge, Gandhi study circle Dr Bindu Kohli and Dr Mukti Sanyal, Principal Bharati College. Speeches, poems and Gandhi’s favourite bhajan “vaishnavjan” performed by students. The event ended with the fruitful valuable words delivered by prof. Bhardwaj on Gandhian values and significance of Hindi. He amazingly emphasized on our Indian Culture and the inevitable role played by Mahatma Gandhi in Indian history.
With the motive of " Be the change you want to see in the world", The Gandhi Study Circle, Bharati College envisage students not only to inculcate the values and teachings of Gandhi but also aims to sensitize students with various issues in vicinity. The society aims to inspire them to think in the direction of the future change makers apart from only holding academics honours.
DR BINDU KOHLI