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The Campus area of SRCC boasts of infrastructure equivalent to that of International Standard. It is one of the few colleges in the University of Delhi which displays a perfect blend of traditional and modern teaching methods. The SRCC classrooms are fully air-conditioned and the teaching methods are assisted by Wi-Fi enabled LCD projectors. The classrooms have successfully retained their vintage look because of the teak furniture.
The Computer laboratories are equipped with the latest software and hardware. Three computer labs have uninterrupted power back up facility and other accessories like printers, scanners, etc.
The library of SRCC has a subscription to over 80 international and national journals and renowned national dailies like Business India, Business Today, Business World, India Today, Reader’s Digest, etc. Containing a collection of over 7000 books, the college library is a two-storeyed building with a spacious reading capacity which provides the best reading atmosphere to the students.
Both Boys and Girls hostel in SRCC provides accommodation to students belonging to various parts of the country and world. Well furnished rooms, common dining space, high-speed internet connection through Wi-Fi, the hostels are capable of accommodating more than 200 students. Committed to providing healthy food, the students residing in the hostel are provided quality food thrice a day-breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
A state-of-the-Art seminar room was inherited by the college during it’s Silver Jubilee celebration in the year 2001. It is equipped with all the modern facilities like sound, audio-visual, etc and has the potential to include 300 people at a time.
SRCC is one of the few colleges in the University of Delhi which has a multipurpose indoor sports stadium. With a seating capacity of over 1200 people, it possesses playing area for sports like Volleyball, Basketball, Badminton, Judo, etc. Coaches and trainers are provided by the college for separate training for each activity. Due to this, the Sports Faculty have won many laurels for the institute.
Other than these, the campus subsumes various other facilities like Resource Center, Auditorium, Gymnasium, Canteen along within campus utility services like Stationery shop, Bank and parking facilities.
The Boys Hostel of Shri Ram College of Commerce came up with the college itself in 1926 and was located on Bela road in walled city of Delhi. Later in 1954, the hostel shifted to the North Campus with the college in the heart of the University. It has a rich legacy of academic excellence and responsible community life.
Located near the college main building, it is an affordable, homely and safe accommodation for about 145 students. The hostel has spacious and airy building with well-furnished rooms and well organized dining hall, common room and wi-fi facility. The common room is well equipped with recreational facilities like table-tennis, carrom-board, chessboard, LED TV with a modest home theatre, newspapers and magazines. Running hot and cold water is available round the clock in the hostel.
The residents of SRCC Boys hostel have always demonstrated the ethos of dedication, sincerity and care for other. The hostel inculcates a spirit of co-operation and respect for different cultures in the residents as they come from diverse cultures. As a part of extended family of the college fraternity, SRCC Boys hostel adds a dimension of vigour and commitment to the academic and extracurricular ambience of the institution. While providing an opportunity of campus living, SRCC Boys hostel looks forward to residents to shoulder and maintain the best traditions of the college as a whole.
The Shri Ram Memorial Girls Hostel, established in 1994 is located within the college campus and is an integral part of the College. Hostel affairs are co-ordinated under the guidance and supervision of the resident warden. The warden is assisted by hostel students’ union. The hostel committee under the chairmanship of the Principal frames the rules and regulations of the hostel and is the final authority in matters concerning the hostel.
Due to the limited seats, hostel admission has always been a sought-after affair. The fact that admissions are only granted to the meritorious students provides an assurance about the quality. Shri Ram Memorial Girls’ Hostel aims to provide a convenient and a comfortable stay for the outstation students. Also, it works to minimize the cost in terms of time so that the hostel residents can use the same for other significant purposes. The girls’ hostel also satisfies the vital objective of ensuring safety of girls.
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An Author Panel Discussion, “ROAD NOT TAKEN” was organized on August 13, 2015. An immensely fun and innovative session, authors SV Divaker, Sunil Gera, Disha Chabbra and Amit Nangia interacted with the students.
A visit to the Delhi Book Fair was organized on September 09, 2015.
Monthly events like debates on topics such as e-books vs printed books, online posts on famous banned books, online book reviews and discussions on novels such as The Achemist, Sitas Sister etc. were held.
Book Barter was the flagship event where book lovers from various colleges met to exchange books in order to spread the love of reading and proper utilization of old books.
|Dr. Kuljeet Kaur||Convenor|
|Dr. Vineet Mehta||Member|
|Dr. Suman Bhakri||Member|
|Dr. J. K. Thukral||Member|
|Dr. Abhay Jain||Member|
|Shipra Mahajan||Sports Secretary|
|Archit Bagaria||Sports Secretary|
The National Service Scheme (NSS) was launched in 1969, the birth centenary year of the Father of Nation, by the Government of India. It is a voluntary association of young people, especially college students, to work for campus-community linkages. It aims at developing students’ personality through community service.
The NSS unit at SRCC provides a platform to the students and faculty for community work and developing a sense of involvement in the tasks of nation building. A variety of activities are organized every year to channelize the energy and idealism of the younger generation into creative pursuits.
The NSS wing organizes activities like Blood Donation Camps, Literacy Classes for children of weaker sections, Leadership Workshops, Summer Camps, National Awareness Programmes, “Shramdaan” etc.
The NSS unit at SRCC functions under the guidance of a Faculty programme officer.
|Staff Advisor||Ms Astha Dewan|
|Maullin Sapra||Vice President|
|Vartika Dhanuka||Event Manager|
|Anshika Gupta||Public Relations Head|
|Pashmina Uberoi||Research Head|
|Mihir Belgaonkar||Research Head|
|Shubhangi Sood||Content Head|
|Chirag Tibrewal||Content Head|
|Astha Saharia||Project Coordinator|
|Trishla Singh||Project Coordinator|
|Jigyasa Sidana||Technical Head|
|Dr. Ravi Sharma||Faculty Advisor|
The Fine Arts Society (FAS) organises cultural activities and online competitions like ‘Food Photography Competition’ and ‘Dubsmash’ to promote different forms of art namely, music, dance, sketching, painting etc.
At the beginning of the academic session, the Entrepreneurship Development Cell (EDC) came up with its blog to disseminate information about startups and entrepreneurship. The reseach wing conducted an extensive research on the Chinese slowdown and wrote a research paper - ' When the dragon took a jolt'.
The Commerce Society organized a visit to the National Stock Exchange in the month of October, for its members so as to give them a first-hand experience of the intricacies of its functioning, followed by "We Plan-The Business Incubator” in collaboration with Sarthy, IIT Delhi to guide the students looking forward to start-up their own venture.
The Commerce Week in January saw The Research Assembly: a session on research paper writing by professionals from the Centre for Civil Society; Il Gioco- The Gamble: Bidding and auction event; and Committee Simulation: Discussions and debates among various interest groups.
Former Union Finance Minister, Shri P. Chidambaram discussed the Union Budget, concluding the Commerce Week.
Bizstreet 2016, the society’s three-day annual festival in February, witnessed a maze of events- Barrato: an event testing bartering skills; Business Buffet: a hardcore numbers and finance event; Genesis: a start-up event; Suit Up: a boardroom discussion event; Turning Threads: a logistics and supply chain management event; and Dynasty Doom: an innovative treasure hunt. The Chief Minister of Haryana Shri Manohar Lal Khattar addressed an informative speaker session. The closing night of the extravaganza witnessed breathtaking performances by the renowned rock band “The Local Train”.
The society brought out its monthly newsletter- Comscript, social media news platform – Compress and its annual magazine –Revolution, reflecting the opinions of students on the issues of commercial and economic relevance.
On October 09, 2015, Mr. Sashank Prabhu, a CAT 100 percentile scorer, shared his experience with the students.
On October 29, 2015, Tarun Lahoti, a fresher member, conducted a session on Vedic maths.
A Photoshop Session was held on October 30, 2015.
Tarun Singh & Arpit Chauhan won the 1st Position at the Mathematics Quiz, Miranda House.
Enigma, the annual festival was held from February 08-10, 2016.Among the events conducted by the society were Kill Deal- a bidding and auction even; Tech Tracker-an event involving tracking by cracking mathematical riddles; Technoplan- presentation of a complete business plan; Challenge Accepted-an event wherein participants are challenged on a variety of mathematical questions and made to solve them; Num Tech Tambola- based on simple rules of Tambola, the event is about solving maths questions and playing and Go Carding- based on the rules of poker and played the same way.
August 2015 saw the implementation of Project Sanjeevani, a market linkage programme to connect food product manufacturing women in Shyampur village, Hapur, to potential markets in the city.
August 2015 also saw the implementation of Project Maya, a skill enhancement and facilitation programme to provide livelihood opportunity to women of Chopla village, Hapur through jewelry making.
In July 2015, a Cleanliness Drive was undertaken in collaboration with Green Delhi Clean Delhi to manually clean and paint afresh an open littered site at the Hudson Lane.
In September, 2015, a Vocational Training Workshop for underprivileged children at the NGO, Karuna was conducted on courses such as public speaking, photography, stock market, MS Office and General Awareness.
An E-Pathshala was established in February, 2016 in the form of a CDF-SRCC Extension center at Chopla village where technological and educational aid was made available through ‘Apna Tech Tree’ computer system, library and recreational facilities.
Bhawna Chhajer and Vaibhav Jindal stood second in the Business Plan Competition held at Kirorimal College.
D-Street conducted various intra society activities like interactive workshops from market experts, learning sessions for the members, by the members and interesting intra society events. The official blog “Of Bulls and Bears” presented a unique take on the markets.
Sharebait, held on October 28, 2015, encompassed 2 major events, namely, ‘Forex’, a strategy and simulation based event and the ‘Mock Stock’. There was also a knowledge session on the intricate facets of live trading in the stock market. Colleges across Delhi participated enthusistically.
Bullzire, the annual mega event, was held from January 25-27, 2016. The events were Peg the Price (Fundamental Analysis), Courtzoned (Arbitration), Mastermind (Personal Finance), Stalk the Stock and Bidding Wars (Outcry and trading).
Students participated in related events through the year and won several prizes.
Anuraag Bhattad won the second prize at Thug Of Wallstreet and EDLV as also the Third Prize at Mock Stock, Gargi College.
Vivek C. and P. Sahana stood third at Econovergence.
Sankalp Shanker and Anuraag Bhattad jointly secured the second place at Wolf of Thug Street, Hansraj College.
Purvi Saraf stood first at Contrivance, at Shaheed Bhagat Singh College.
Enactus is an international not for profit organization present in 1,700 Universities across 36 Countries and has over 70,500 students as active members. It brings together students from universities across the world to take up social outreach projects for the benefit of underprivileged communities. It identifies communities in need and devises alternative business models for them, with the ultimate aim of empowering community members and transforming them into entrepreneurs. Eventually, Enactus members step out of the project after creating a self-sustaining business model for the communities so that they do not have to rely on any external party.
Enactus was started at Shri Ram College of Commerce in the academic year 2007-2008. Since then, 11 projects have been taken up – 8 of which have been successfully completed while 3 are still continuing. The three ongoing projects are- Project Azmat : Repossessing Respect; Project Kayakalp : Pulling the Strings of Change; and Project Sattva : Churning Purity into Progress.
Project Azmat aims at the rehabilitation of manual scavengers by providing them with an alternate sustainable livelihood. It works with a community of 18 women in the village of Nekpur, Ghaziabad. The community has been trained in manufacturing of cleaning products and they now earn their livelihood through its sales.
Project Kayakalp is an endeavor to revive the art of puppertry and aims to empower 14 traditional puppeteers from the Kathputli Colony of Shadipur in Delhi. Kayakalp seeks to modernize their art form and use the medium of puppetry to convey social and environmental messages.
Project Sattva is based in Karnal (Haryana) and aims to tackle the inefficiencies in the distribution network of milk and milk related products. Enactus has associated with NDRI Karnal and Arpana Services, an NGO, to achieve its objectives.
During its annual festival, the HRDC organised MINDUCTOR 4.0, the Fourth Edition of Minductor, a national level case study competition. Trailblazers, the monthly newsletter, provided an opportunity to the students to express their creative abilities in writing about HR issues in the industry and in general.
Bhavya was adjudged the best player and awarded the Bharat Ram Award, at Lady Shriram College. She also secured the 2nd Position at FOYS, SRCC.
Amol Singh Raswan secured the 1st Position at Advent’15, KiroriMal College.
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The build-up area of SRCC, Delhi is 17 acres.
Yes, SRCC, Delhi has a multipurpose hall with a seating capacity of 2,000 people.
The different students clubs at SRCC, Delhi are Book Club, Sports Club, NSS, Hindi Sahitya Sabha, Marketing Society, Entrepreneurship Development Cell, Fine Arts Society, Dramatics Society, Debating Society, Commerce Society, Computer and Mathematics Society, D-Street, Enactus, etc.
SRCC hostels are affordable and homely spaces with airy, spacious and fully-furnished dorms. Wifi facilities are provided to the students. Each hostel has common rooms quipped with recreational facilities like table-tennis, carrom-board, chessboard, LED TV with a modest home theatre, newspapers and magazines.
Yes, SRCC, Delhi has on-campus hostels for both boys and girls.
The library of SRCC, Delhi has a collection of over 7000 books and has over 80 international and national journals, renowned national dailies like Reader’s Digest, Business World, India Today, Business India, Business Today, etc. It is a two-storeyed building with a spacious reading capacity.
SRCC , Delhi offers various facilities to its students including Auditorium, Computer Lab, Library, Cls. Room, Swimming Pool and more.