Biomedical Science Society "DNA-mics" is a joint enterprise of students and teachers. The society have been instigated with an objective to abreast students with the latest findings, developments and avenues in the field of Biomedical Sciences. Further it promotes academic, extra-curricular and socio- culture linkages with peers in other colleges and other institutions.
The Department has its own society "CS.Net", a society by the students, of the students and for the students. The society was founded in the year 2007 and is blossomed with the help of faculties, students and lab staffs. The society aims to enhance the students IT awareness and personality development. Every year the society organizes annual inter college techno cultural festival "INTERFACE" where several events like LAN Gaming, Blind Play, Techno Art, Quizzes, web Designing concepts etc. are organized.
The Department has its society named SPARKS which organizes various activities like Workshops/ Conferences/ lectures/ Industrial visits/ Seminars/ Technical Fest, etc. every year under the guidance of eminent personalities from the academia and industries. To promote the holistic development of students, many activities have been organized in the last academic year. This year Department had organized a one day workshop on "Emerging Technologies, Market Requirements & ITIL V3.0" in collaboration withMilestone Achievers to familiarize students in Essential Technical Training Model X, Y, Z vs x, x+, x+, 40:60 & 80:20 model, Broadband technologies Working relationship between Telecom, IT and Networking, Digital India model & its requirement and Live demonstration of Broadband Equipment. This workshop was interactive and students learnt to communicate and connect one broadband - technology to another through instruments.Another workshop on "AVR Microcontroller" in collaboration with Excel Technologies was also organized in the College. It was about various tools, microprocessors and microcontrollers used in designing of an Embedded system and designing cycle. Hands-on session was also conducted in which students learnt to interface the real world with the microcontroller.
Ambrosia, the Food Technology Society creates awareness amongst the students through Seminars and Educational trips.
Students of the Department of Food Technology have always been enthusiastically involved in various extracurricular activities not just within the college but also inter college. Manu and Harshit from (B.Tech. III year) secured 1 st position in inter-college Food Quiz held at Lady Irwin College. Bhawna and Aruna (B. Tech. III year) secured 1 st position in salad preparation held at held in the college premises. Ruchi Sharma (B. Tech. III year) bagged 1 st and 3 rd positions, respectively in pot decoration and diya decoration held in BCAS. Surender stood 2 nd in the 20 km walk of Delhi University Athletic Meet. Fifteen students of Food Technology undertook an 8-day bakery workshop conducted by Assocom institute of bakery technology in collaboration with National Skill Development Corporation of the Government of India. Food Technology Department has been granted star status by DBT and utilized Rs 9.67 lacs granted by DBT for up gradation of lab infrastructure. Students are actively involved in research also. At present Department has three innovation projects funded by University of Delhi, namely;
The Instrumentation Department Society "Sensors" has been organizing various academic activities outside the classroom, to support the complete development of students. Various activities were organized in the last academic year. An Expert Lecture series was organized in which lecture on "Build your own Smart Device using Raspberry Pi" was given by Dr. S. Ramanarayana Reddy, The Head, Department of Computer Science Engineering, Indira Gandhi Delhi Technical University for Women, Delhi and lecture on "Recent Advances in Sensor Technologies for Better Health Care" was given by Prof. V.R. Singh, Director, PDM Educational Institutions. An Industrial visit for students was organized to "Shriram Institute for Industrial Research" to give live exposure and demonstration of sophisticated instruments like Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy (AAS), Glass Viscometer, Dead Weight Tester, Torque Wrench Calibration System and Digital Tachometer. An Educational visit was also organized to University Science Instrumentation Centre (USIC) to provide industrial exposure on various high end Analytical Instruments like Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR), Mass Spectroscopy, Infrared Spectroscopy, Thermo-Gravimetric Analysis (TGA) and Differential Scanning Calorimeter (DSC). An Inter-College Quiz Competition "Brain War" was also organized during College Annual Cultural Festival 'Srijan 2K16' in which students from different Colleges participated and won exciting prizes.
The Department of Microbiology has a society named "SUKSHMJEEV" which organizes a variety of academic and co-curricular activities in the form conferences, seminars and lectures etc. for the holistic development of students. "Sukshmjeev" provides a platform for interaction amongst students, faculty members and various academicians invited from renowned institutions. Department of Microbiology conducts various symposia, workshops, visits to research installations for exposing the students to the latest developments in the field. Students from the Department visited Technology Based Incubator (TBI), UDSC. Microbiology and BMS Departments jointly organized a lecture titled "Personal Genomics for Precision Medicine" by Dr. Vinod Scaria of CSIR-IGIB on 17 th February 2016.
The Physics Society "QUBIT" organizes annual Physics fest "Z-gravity" in which eminent academicians interacts with the students to keep them abreast with the latest developments in different frontier areas of Physics. A quiz named "Gravity" was conducted by the departmental society "QUBIT" during College Festival "SRIJAN 16" in which several students and faculty members actively participated.
Department of Polymer Science society (known as PEARLS) organizes popular lectures of eminent Professors and Scientists from various institutions to enhance awareness of students towards latest research and developments in the field of polymer science. Last year, an industrial visit to U-Flex Industries Ltd. (Noida, India) was organized for students. A popular lecture on "Industrial Applications of Additives In Plastics" by Dr. G. S. Jha (Senior Manager R&D, Supreme Industries, Pune) was organized in January 2016. Prof. Parbati Biswas (University of Delhi) delivered popular lecture on "Basic Principles of Polymer Physics: Concepts and Challenges" in March 2016. Besides these activities, a one day seminar on "Polymer Processing, Modification and Characterization" was also organized in January 2016 in which speakers from IIT Delhi, DRDO and Anton Paar delivered talks. A "Tech. Quiz' "ABHIGYAN" was organized during the annual college festival, SRIJAN. The visits to Tool Room and Training Centre(Wazirpur Industrial area, New Delhi) and P4 Expo on "Plastics, Petrochemicals, Printability and Packaging" at Greater Noida were also organized in February and April 2016 respectively. Polymer Science students also visited Nahata Plastics (Kirti Nagar, New Delhi) to update themselves about recycling of plastics.