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Colleges highlight achievements through stalls at Antardhvani

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Flower Show,  another major attraction of  Antardhvani are the stalls of various departments and centers of Delhi University. Scattered in the open ground Sports Complex, different colleges and departments showcased their achievements over the past year by displaying different models, photographs and awards. [gallery ids="19572,19571,19570,19568,19573"] Department of Library and Information displayed a project on ‘Digitisation’ whereas the Film Society of Kirori Mal College displayed a timeline of how Indian Cinema has evolved since 1930s. The international students of various Asian Countries including Uzbekistan, Mongolia, Nepal also put up their stalls displaying and promoting their culture and tourism. Miranda House kept their presentation very simple and clear by focusing on Classroom innovation. “For a change in the learning culture, the teachers need to learn first and I’ve been successful in doing so”, said Principal of Miranda House. Achievements in sports was the main attraction at the stalls of Jesus and Mary College and Motilal Nehru College (E). Indraprastha College for Women broadly focused on its eco-friendly infrastructure which also has a historical significance. On the side of the sports complex there were stalls of various committees and non-competitive events including International Plaza, Entrepreneurship plaza, DUWA and Cluster Innovation Centre (CIC). Inside the basement of Indoor stadium was the much talked Innovation plaza where almost all DU Colleges showcased their innovation projects.]]>

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