Acharya Narendra Dev College (ANDC), New Delhi Campus & Infrastructure

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Regarded as one of the best Science College in DU, Acharya Narendra Dev College has all the modern facilities and state of the art infrastructure. The laboratory infrastructure at the college has all the equipment that is used for regular reaching and are important for research.

V spectrophotometers, Physiological Data acquisition system (Bio-pack), Fluorescence microscope, ELISA reader, Refrigerated microfuge,  Lyophilizer, Gel Documentation system, Phase contrast microscope, Dot-blot system with vacuum pump, Refrigerated incubator shaker, -20 C Deep Freezer, Gel Electrophoresis (horizontal/vertical), Western Blot, Spirometers, Tissue culture facility, Millipore water purifier are some of the equipments that are only available at the Acharya Narendra Dev College laboratories. These help the student get hands-on experience in the laboratories and enhances their employable skills.

The classrooms at the college were renovated recently and are well equipped with audio-visual aids to promote interactive learning. The college has a well-stocked library with books from the various streams large reading room, the excellent Wen Centre and the spaces for teachers and Research Scholars makes the Library really special. The college has a new canteen block which has eco-friendly furniture. The canteen serves hot and delicious food to its students.



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The National Service Scheme (NSS) unit at ANDC brings students face to face with the realities of the social fabric, making them more sensitive

and humane. Some thrust areas that NSS caters to are organising health checkup camps, blood donation camps, awareness programmes on AIDS, Thalassemia, smoking and use of tobacco, etc. A notable contribution of the NSS unit has been its commitment to 10 Thalessemic girls

from economically weaker background to provide for their blood transfusion needs throughout the year. The NSS unit of the College has always

responded to the call of duty for the nation viz., volunteering for the 19th Commonwealth Games (New Delhi, 2010), participation in SAARC Youth Summi (Islamabad, 2011), disaster management during Uttarakhand and Kashmir floods, joining the Swatch Bharat Abhiyan, etc. In fact, the NSS unit has adopted a few urban villages in Delhi for community development. Creating social awareness through ‘SAHYOG’, the Diwali Mela and contributing to the efforts of ‘Goonj’ also form part of the NSS activities.



The Society for the Promotion of Indian Classical Music And Culture Amongst Youth (SPICMACAY), is a non-profit organization which promotes Indian classical music, Indian classical dance, and other aspects Indian culture. It is a movement with chapters in over 300 towns and cities all over the world. It seeks to foster the exchange of traditional Indian values and to generate awareness of the cultural traditions and heritage of India. In order to achieve its goals, SPICMACAY organizes concerts, lectures, demonstrations, informal discussions, and seminars. These are hosted by local chapters of the organization. Thus its work is educational in spirit and character and locates itself in educational institutions .

Some great exponents of Indian classical music have visited the college which includes Pandit Rajan and Sajan Mishra (Hindustani Vocal), Smt. Sunanda Sharma (Hindustani Vocal), Smt. Shanti Sharma (Hindustani Vocal), Pdt. Rajendra Prasanna (Flute), Ustad Aashish Khann(Sarod), Ustad Asad Ali Khan(Hindustani Vocal), Su. Meeta Pandit (Hindustani Vocal), Smt.Ashwini Bhede Deshpande (Hindustani Vocal), Su. Kapila Venu (Kuttiyattam) and Nizami brothers (Qawali).

Virasat 2009

The ANDC chapter of SPICMACAY organized a classical music concert of Ustad Fahimuddin Dagar who is a world renowned exponent of Dhrupad. Dhrupad, a vocal genre in Hindustani classical music, is said to be its oldest and pristine form. Ustadji is one of the living legends who still practices this rare and complex form of classical music. The college was fortunate to host Ustadji's concert under the aegis of SPICMACAY on 16 September 2009. This concert was part of the ongoing Virasat series of SPICMACAY, which this year, has been dedicated in the memory of maestros Ali Akbar Khan, D. K. Pattammal, Gangubhai Hangal, Vishnu Prabhakar, Habib Tanvir, Palghat R. Raghu and Tyeb Mehta.

Other activities conducted under the aegis of SPIC MACAY

  • Workshops in creative art forms - Calligraphy, madhubani painting
  • Heritage walks
  • Retrospective of World and Indian cinema - Satyajit Ray, Akiro Kurosawa
  • Gurukul scheme (Spic Macay Scholarship)
  • Yoga intensives
  • Talks
  • Mini Virasat


In India, gender-based discrimination is a deep-rooted social malice since long time. Addressing this sensitive issue and women empowerment is a long drawn battle against powerful structural and male-biased forces of the society. Though women constitute nearly 50% of our population yet they lag behind in exposure to equal opportunities for their comprehensive all round personality development in – education, sports and even career options, to name a few. This is in contradiction to the principle of gender equality protected in the Indian Constitution in its Preamble; Fundamental Rights, Fundamental Duties and Directive Principles. The Constitution not only grants equality to women, but also empowers the State to adopt measures of positive discrimination in favour of women. Consequently, women empowerment is one of the key factors in determining the success of development in the status and position of women in the society.
The College took an initiative on women empowerment, realizing that it was all about making focussed efforts towards not just physical or psychological but complete personality development involving medical counselling, sex education and laws on women rights, etc. To fulfil this objective, a society named ‘Sashakt’ was set up in 2003 with an aim towards welfare and development of the women students and  faculty members by providing equal rights and opportunities; and a platform for growth ensuring their progress.

Sashakt organizes the activities that

  • empower female students and staff of the college,
  • help women understand the laws and regulations on sexual harassment,
  • educate students and staff on how to prevent and cope  with harassment,
  • campaign on prevention of sexual harassment,
  • address women-related issues in society and
  • create awareness on gender-sensitization

The society uses films, posters, banners, lectures, discussion etc. as tools to create awareness and educate the college community about the legal provisions available under “Ordinance XV(D) of the University of Delhi” against sexual harassment at workplace.  Besides, the society also takes up issues related to adolescent girls, female foeticide, dowry, cervical and breast cancer, cyber crime etc. Along with, Sashakt also organizes ten-day long 'Self Defence training programme' regularly in association with the 'Crime against women' cell of the Delhi Police to empower students and staff.

Empowering women is a cause that needs continued attention and stewardship by all requiring a united approach. We have endeavoured to provide opportunities to the female students and staff discuss, learn and share their views through interactions with key leaders of their respective fields. Concentrated and conscious efforts have been made by Sashakt over years to bring experts including- psychologists, women rights activists, cyber law experts, sex education experts and medical experts to interact with the students, on-spot medical evaluation and answering student queries pertaining to their personal and common issues.



Theatre creates an everlasting impact on young minds and helps in creating sensitive and responsible citizens. Keeping this view in mind, the college has been successfully conducting a 120-hour short-term add-on course on ‘Effective Communication and Personality Development through Theatre’ (ECPDT) for last six years. The course seeks to hone skills to promote effective communication, dynamic leadership, critical thinking and decision-making, besides the ability to think creatively and act confidently through acting, improvisations, performances and scripting. In the same vein, the college has staged five annual theatre productions - ‘Sau Mein Laga Dhaga’, ‘Ye Daagh Daagh Ujaala’, ‘Khul Ja Sim Sim’, ‘Spartacus, The Broken Shadows’ and ‘Kasauti, The Quest for Truth’ since 2011 to give students a platform for showcasing their acting skills. The participants realise that the theatre has helped them in building confidence and overcoming hesitations.

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