Bharati College is proactive in its approach towards creation and enhancement of infrastructure for the benefit of the students. The College has enough number of classrooms and tutorials rooms to cater to the need of the students. The College helps the students improve their personality, enhance communication skill and build a positive global outlook through numerous programs, activities etc.
- Math Lab
- Comp. Lab
- Guest house
- Medical Fac.
- Cls. Room
- Resid. Institue
- Resid. std
- Resid. Fac.
- Seminar Hall
Students Activities & Clubs
Bharati college has Eco Club: Palaash which has organized various activities from time to time. The club organized visit of students to Aravali bio-diversity park to make them aware of flora and fauna which are not seen in the real world. Eco Club works along with CMS vanatavaran. Director CMS vatavaran has shared films and given tasks to student volunteers.
Student volunteers of Eco club have successfully organized with huge participation in Nature Walks, Tree plantation drive, Cleanliness drive. Eco club conducts green audit under which students count number of plants. Eco club has formed various brigades of students voltuneers like electricity brigade,water brigade,garbage brigade. These brigades monitor efficient and effective use of all the resources of the college.
Bio composting- Eco club uses horticulture and college canteen wastes for making organic compost and have 5 pits measuring 9*9. through this procedure Eco Club is able to generate compost only for the college gardens but also sells it to students, IIT and Army. The compost developed here does not use any chemicals and makes use of cow dung only for decomposing segregation of the compost is done by students only.
Burning of dry leaves is totally banned in college campus now in a move to protect air pollution. Rain water harvesting was started by college in 2002 designed and supported by science and environment department. With this water table has increased to 6-7 in comparison to neighbouring areas . It has also increased the quality of water.
Bharati College Film Club was instituted as a distinct extra-curricular society in August 2013. It is open to all students of the college,To this effect,
it has evolved a comprehensive policy of multi-lingual and multi-genre screenings of mainstream and parallel cinema and documentaries on a regular, weekly basis. Accordingly, an eclectic variety of movies Bhaag Milkha Bhaag, Udaan and Life of Pi being some of the most well-received ones were screened every Friday for much of this academic session.and includes a faculty coordinator and a core committee of four student representatives President, Vice President, Secretary and Joint Secretary from all three years. It aims to educate and empower students by analysing the medium and probing into various issues which it puts into the public domain, and to creatively employ the cinematic medium for pertinent interventions on socially relevant issues.In collaboration with the Public Services Broadcasting Trust, PSBT, a week-long documentary film festival was also organised in the third week of September 2013 on a range of topical issues. Two texts were screened every day, and respondents from the Departments of English, History and Political Science chaired the screenings throughout the week.
Debates and a poster-making competition were also held on the sides of this event.
Future plans include systematising Club screenings, organising interactions with directors and scriptwriters, creating a lending library of DVDs, and widening our reach beyond the college. A major project is the production of a short film on the everyday life of a common girl being managed by Club members; we hope to release the same by the beginning of March 2014. Lastly, we also aim to inculcate an in-house culture of critical thinking amongst Club members by embarking upon a series of reading sessions amongst the same.
Elantre the French word means, Be Elegant and this is what we want our young ladies to be Elegant, Smart and Confident, when they step out in the World after their college. Elantre, The fashion society was formed in the year 2014 with the objective of giving our girls a platform wherein they could portray their talent in the field of Fashion’. Today’s youth is versatile and wants to explore the non-traditional arenas where they make their mark. One of them being The Fashion World. Our girls have proved it right by bagging so many awards in the year of the inception of the society .Elantre also gives an advantage to the girls to pursue Fashion as a career after completing the college. The keen interest shown by the girls and their remarkable hardwork has made this Society leave a mark wherever they went. It is quite evident from the media attention they have received. A bright future is lying ahead of this Society provided they are supported and our college never shies away from this. The faculty and the Principal of the college have been ever supportive and encouraging the young lasses of our college.Chintan- The Debating Society
The basic aim of the Society is to create an environment which promotes interaction between students and teachers through debates, declamations, elocutions and discussions. Such activities create awareness and thus help students in opinion formation on relevant contemporary issues. Apart from providing a platform to students to voice their opinions, as a second step such activities help students towards shaping their ideas in to changes that they wish to bring about in the world around them.Advaita- The Dance Society
ADVAITA, the word derived from Sanskrit means One of a Kind or Non Duality. It simply means not two!! And this is what we preach.. ONENESS..
Advaita was formed in 2012 , the society is defined by its forte in Western Dance Forms. It consists of 20 members at present drawn from various streams of education through their skill and passion for dance. Advaita is not only one of the most popular societies of the college, but is also the most efficient and prominent one.
Advaita performs in all of our college events like Fresher’s party, Bharati Cup (annual sports meet), Independence Day, Annual Day, Abhivyakti (annual cultural fest), Farewell and what all comes up choreographed by the team itself..
We compete in all the western dance competitions held in DU and in other Universities too.
Advaita won accolades in fests like-
P.G.D.A.V (DU) (2012-13), third position
Satyawati (DU) (2012-13), second position
Ramanujan (DU) (2013-14), first position
JIMS Vasant Kunj (IPU) (2013-14), second position
Ambedkar University (2014-15), third position
VIPS (IPU) (2014-15), second position
And the counts are still on
Annual auditions are held in college premises for interested students to join the society.Sanskrit Parishad -The Sanskrit Society
Dr. Kanta Rani Bhatia, Principal of Bharati College is the Founder member of this society. Aim of the society is:
make students aware for extra-curricular activities-as recitation, quiz, speech, debate, sketch making, slogan writing competition etc.
to shape up their personality.
Run by the Department of English, the first activity the society for this academic session 2010-11 was JUST A MINUTE Competition (“JAM” in popular usage). The purpose of “JAM” was to develop quick thinking together with good speaking, good grammar and appropriate use of words. The speakers were given half a minute to think and another minute to speak on the topic. They were assessed on the basis of the content of their talk, confidence, comprehension of the topic and manner of speech. Some of the topics for the event were I wish I was a bird, my idea of perfect weekend, perfect life, how to keep Earth green, my school days and so on. This was followed by preparing a Logo for the society. Other competitions such as Story writing, Debate, Extempore, Poetry recitation and Paper writing were also organized in later weeks. Many more interesting activities and events are also on the cards.
|Barbeque Nation (Restaurant)|
|The Tummy Section (Restaurant)|
|Wok In The Clouds (Bar)|
|Domino's Pizza (Restaurant)|
|Sagar Ratna (Restaurant)|
|Janak (Night Club)|
|Amogh's Dental World (Doctor)|
|Dr. Prabhash's Cosmetic Surgery Clinic (Beauty Salon)|
|Levi's (Clothing Store)|
|Alps Beauty Academy (Beauty Salon)|
|Celio Future Fashion Ltd (Clothing Store)|
|Pacific Mall (Shopping Mall)|
|Easy Day (Grocery Or Supermarket)|
|Yes Bank (Bank)|
|Axis Bank (Bank)|
Out of the vacant hostels seats, 15% seats are reserved for Scheduled Caste Students and 7½% for Scheduled Tribe Students in College/ University Hostels. The allotment of seats in Hostels to Scheduled Caste/ Tribe Students should be based on merits of Scheduled Caste/ Scheduled Tribe Students of each Collegeand only such students should be considered for Hostel accommodation whose parents are not residing in Delhi.
However, if seats are available, any hard case of Scheduled Caste/ Tribe students, whose parents are residing in Delhi, may be examined by the Head of the Institution / Hostel on the individual merits of the students concerned. Last date for admission to the Hostels be fixed according to dates fixed for admission of Scheduled Caste/ Tribe students by the University and that seats remaining
Unfilled in this reserved category be treated as open seats and be offered to other students after the expiry of last date for admission to Hostels for Scheduled Caste/ Tribe students.
3% seats are reserved for the Physically Challenged Students in the Hostels of the University and Colleges.
some seats are also reserved for CW quota in the Hostels of the University and colleges.