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‘Making the invisible Visible’- Gargi College organises Epiphany 2015

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“‘Making the invisible visible’ is to uncover truth, to have a vision which has the ability to see the invisible, to remove the charade and bring out their invisible self.” Based on these guiding words, Navdrishti- The student’s association of Gargi College, for the Department of Mathematics and B.A. Programme, organised their Annual Seminar on the theme -‘Making the invisible visible’ on 16th October, 2015.

The event began with the invocation ceremony commenced by Principal Dr. Shashi Tyagi and Guest Speakers for the event- Dr. Sarvapriya Sangwan (Editorial Producer, NDTV India) and Dr. Ruplekha Khullar (Associate Producer, Janki Devi Memorial College).

The seminar saw Dr. Sarvapriya Sangwan, an eminent journalist address the gathering on the question of ‘Being a journalist’. Her speech was replete with the anecdotes of her journey as a timid girl from Haryana to a journalist, who has now emerged as a woman of substance. The address was followed by speaker- Dr. Ruplekha Khullar, who briefed the gathering on “The psychopathology of everyday”. The addresses were succeeded by a startling Bharatnatyam performance by Apurva Nambiar, that enthralled everyone, as was evident from the applause of the audience.



While the audience was tightly gripped by entertaining dance performances, there was more in store for them in the form of exciting games like Quizibee (quiz), War of Words (debate), Soap Carving, Tender Party (Bidding Game) and Minute to Win.

While Vaibhav Gupta and Saksham Dewan of SBSC College emerged as the winners of ‘Tender Party’, ‘War of Words’ saw Aman Arora  of DITE emerge as the winner while Ali of Motilal Nehru College stood second and Utkarsha and Kalpana of Gargi College were adjudged the third prize winners.

Soap carving saw Tejal of Gargi College wining the first prize and Hemant of BRAC and Manmeet of DITE emerge as second and third prize winners respectively.


In Quizbee competition, Soumya Singhal and Umang Gupta from Institute of Home Economics bagged the first prize, while Khushboo Yadav and Simran Sidhu from Gargi won the second prize and third prize was given to Vaibhav Gupta and Saksham Dewan from SBSC.


Riya Chhibber

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Journalism has been called the “first rough draft of history”. D.U.B may be termed as the first rough draft of DU history. Freedom to Express.

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