Seminars & Workshops

Expressions Annual Festival

EXPRESSIONS, The English Creative Writing society is organizing a Two Day Annual Inter -College festival on the 31st of March & 1st of April, 2016.

Highlights of the Fest

Mind Talk: Inter– College competition on Rendition of Creative Pieces

Spin-A-Yarn: Inter-College Creative Writing Competition (SLAM POETRY)

Creative writing workshop

French Poetry session

Registration open

All are cordially invited

Mathematics Department

1. Department of Mathematics is going to organise a state level seminar on ‘Mathematics and its application’ on 4th March, 2016

2. Department of Mathematics is going to organised its annual festival ‘Omicron’16 on 5th March, 2016.

One Day Conference “Mapping Contours of Culture/s: Overlaps and Contradictions”

Inviting abstracts for the upcoming two days National Conference on “Mapping Contours of Culture/s: Overlaps and Contradictions” by the Department of Sociology at Kamala Nehru College on 9th March, 2015. This would include sub themes though not restricted such as media culture and governance, identity and nationalism; popular culture and its representation; gender and discourses; modernity and its alternatives etc. The deadline to submit the abstracts is 10th January, 2015, followed by the submission of full papers by 15th February, 2015. The confirmation would be reverted by 30th January, 2015, for the same. The registration fee to participate in the conference would be  Rs. 250/- for Delhi and Rs. 500/- for outside participants drawn in favour of  Principal Kamala Nehru College, New Delhi 110049 (University of Delhi).  For assistance contact Dr. Ritu Sharma TIC, Kamala Nehru College University of Delhi. Further details for the above mention conference would be updated soon   e-mail: rituknc@gmail.com

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“CHRONO” History Department Festival

Programe Schedule

18th Feb, 2015, (11.00 am to 12.00 noon)

History department annual lecture by Prof. T.K.V. Subramanian.

Topic: Madras Music Scenario from 1920′s to 60′s: Two different paths to excellence.

Tea Break (12.00 noon to 12.30 pm.)

Competitions: Paper reading, Cartoon and poster making & treasure hunt.

19th Feb, 2015 (10.00 am. to 12.00 noon)

New forms of Histories

Panel: 1. Prof. Harbans Mukhia

           2.Prof. B.P. Sahu

           3.Prof. Amar Farooqui

Cultural Prog. (12.30 pm. to 02.00 pm.)

Sufi Recitals by

Madan Gopal Char Yaar

11th DR. K.K. Gorowara Annual Memorial Public Lecture 2015

The 11th DR. K.K. Gorowara Annual Memorial Public Lecture will be delivered by Prof. Krishna Kumar, Professor. Department of Education, DU on 26th February 2015 at 11:00 am in the College Auditorium.

The Little of his lecture is ‘Childhood and Education of Girls’.  

Workshop by Psychology Department

A three day workshop on Autism SpectrumDisorder, Attention Hyperactivity Disorder and Anxiety Disorder was organized by the Department of Psychology on the 9th, 10th, and 17th September 2013.The speakers for the workshops were MrsSheljaSen,Child & Adolescent Psychologist & Family Therapist and Dr. KavitaArora,Child & Adolescent Psychiatristfrom the organization, Children First.

The first session was conducted by MrsShelja who introduced the Autism Spectrum Disorder and gave an insight into other disorders that come under its purview such as Asperges Disorder.Her session was filled with role plays,narratives and case histories. She also talked about the current scenario of ASD in the Indian context.

The next two sessions were conducted by DrKavitaArora. She discussed ‘Attention Hyperactivity Disorder’ in the first workshop and ‘Anxiety Disorders’ in the next.At one of the sessions she screened the ‘Children First’ documentary which really prompted the students to delve deeper into the field of child psychology and think of it as career option too. 

Seminar by History Department

5th February 2013-The Annual History Association Seminar titled Dastaan-i-Dilliwas organized that concentrated on the history of the city of Delhi. In this seminar esteemed scholars like Prof. Narayani Gupta, SohailHashmi and Dr. Ramji Narayanan enriched the knowledge and information about Delhi through their presentations on  topics like “The Village in the City”, “The Delhi without the Jamuna”, and “Growth of Delhi as a Capital” respectively. The seminar ended with a presentation on “Mapping Siri” by Dr. ArchanaOjha and the then 3rd year students of the History Department.