Delhi University doesn’t offer only education to the DU freshers, but it offers every single chance to learn new things. For those things, DU Colleges have different societies. What are societies in DU Colleges and why it exists? Every DU College has several societies that are made by the students and for the students. Such societies carry out something interesting and productive for the students to learn and enjoy. Such societies exist in DU Colleges so that students can get some time out of their daily education routine and contribute their efforts to what they love to do.
It is rightly said that do what you love and love what you do. Putting a deep emphasis on this statement, DU societies is a complete mood that lets students love what they do and of course, do what they love. Delhi University has different kinds of societies, like cultural societies and non-cultural cells. Cells are also a part of societies. The only difference between these terms is, Culture Societies are made for the students to carry forward their hobbies, to appreciate our culture, and to allow the students to convert their hobby into a profession.
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Cultural societies include Dance society, Dramatic Society, Music Society, Arts Society, and Debating Society. These societies offer the activities as the name suggests. There are many students in India and abroad who have a keen interest in dance music arts and theatre. Such students learn and participate in various state and national level dance competitions and win awards and certificates. Delhi University exclusively presents an everlasting opportunity for those students. Students can take admissions through their talent under the ECA category in Delhi University and can pursue their passion in college as well. So, those societies provide several opportunities to the students to grow and excel in their careers through their passion. Moreover, there are many students for whom dance music art photography and theatre is just a hobby. For them, these societies are the ultimate source.
Not everybody in their early twenties gets the chance to live with their hobbies along with their careers. But Delhi University makes sure that students are enjoying their college life to the best. Now talking about the non-cultural societies, such societies include Placement Cell, ENACTUS, Incubation Cell, Finance and Investment Cell, Women Development Cell, National Service Scheme, and many more. Such cells help in the development of a person and make sure to upgrade their non-technical skills efficiently. DU freshers while entering into the college do not generally know about all the societies and are confused about which society they should join. Many doubts are running into their minds like can they be a part of more than one society? How do students manage to be a part of so many societies? What does a society offer? What are the top societies in which DU freshers must enroll?
DU freshers do not generally enter into the college to live with a long-term vision to grab placements. But they would want to know about the companies that come into the college and how they can be compatible with all the conditions of the company. So, every Du college has a placement cell that acts as a medium between the recruiting companies and students. They connect to different companies, startups, and NGOs and provide placement and internship opportunities to the students. Moreover, the placement cell also conducts various seminars and workshops for the students that are related to the emerging challenges and changes of the corporate world.
To build your confidence, knowledge about the working o the cell, raise your communication skills, contact and reach out to different companies, know your niche and stay updated with all the internship and placement opportunities, it would be the best decision to join placement cell. Students would themselves appear for different interview sessions and campus drives, connect to the HRs, and hold different workshops and webinars. This would build their non-technical skills and who knows they get to know about their area of interest. So, every student must join the placement cell of their college.
Almost all the Delhi University colleges have ENACTUS. ENACTUS is a society that builds different eco-friendly live projects and creates a business that is both budget-friendly and targets the backward class of the society. The society. Not only Delhi University colleges hold this society, many universities have ENACTUS as a society for the students. One of the most amazing facts about ENACTUS is that is it known worldwide.
Enactus is an international, non – profit, non – governmental organization. Enactus has made it its task to create an international network for practical supervision of projects of student groups that serve the common good and economic prospects for third parties. EN stands for Entrepreneurial, ACT stands for Action and US stands for the community. Enactus works for social entrepreneurship and through its extensive network of established chapters in various countries, it works on projects that fulfill the 17 Sustainable Development Goals.
At the end of every academic session, ENACTUS INDIA holds a competition for all the ENACTUS teams of Delhi University and other universities. All the teams participate in the competition and the one team who wins represents Enactus India at the International level. Through this society, students get an opportunity to do their best and make any product for the weaker section of the society. They get an opportunity to work with NGOs and interact with people who are into social services.
NSS stands for National Service Scheme. As the name suggests, this society is made for social welfare. If DU freshers be a part of the NSS team, they will get to know about the problems faced by the lower section of society. They will get a chance to serve society and do something for such sections. The NSS of every college conducts different drives and analysis all the problems that backward section of society faces like education, sanitation, unemployment, lack of awareness.
They plan different drives through which they can help such people. Moreover, they also contribute their best to serve the nation. NSS conducts a plantation drive and literacy drives. Through NSS, students get the best opportunity to serve the nation. So, DU freshers must always learn in some way or the other. They must always live their life to the fullest. But if they get a chance to serve the society and nation, they must never back off.
Cultural societies are of different kinds like dance society, arts society, music society, dramatic society, and photography society. Every student likes something or the other. Everybody instills a hobby of dancing, singing, acting within themselves. So, for those students, such societies are made. We generally move ahead into our lives moving towards the peak of our career and entering into a professional world. What stays behind is our hobbies, our ‘me-time, our memories, and our hidden talent.
Every person has some hidden talent or the other, to avoid the risk of showing their hidden talent to others, they leave that confidence behind. But Delhi University keeps a record of everything and makes sure that students not only learn on the edge of their career but also enjoy the life they deserve. So, to carry forward their hobby and learn something from it for at least three years, students join one cultural society of their choice. Moreover, they must never miss being a part of such a society because cultural societies turn out to be the best part of everyone’s college life. Students participate in competitions, practice for hours,
FIC, also known as finance and investment cell educates students about financial and investment terms. Almost all the DU colleges have finance and investment cells and it is one of the most popular and active societies in the DU circuit. So, the cell deals with the financial complexity of the corporate world. This cell in different colleges holds different competitions related to finance. Students who have a keen interest in finance and want to know about investing and the financial market in a deep manner can be a part of this society.
Students would be able to know about the financial complexity and understand the emerging challenges. So, DU freshers who are interested in finance can be a part of this society. It is not at all compulsory that students who are pursuing finance-related courses can only be a part of this society. Anybody from the college, irrespective of their course can be a part of finance and investment cell and win different competitions with cash prizes.
Delhi University is incomplete without DU societies. Moreover, societies would be the best part of every DU student’s life. So, while entering into Delhi University, students must be a part of at least one society. It will help them to become a better person, personally and professionally.
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