ज्ञानं शीलं धर्मश्चैव भूषणं  "The Real Ornaments are Knowledge, Modesty and Sense of Duty.”
 
Accredited with Grade 'A' by NAAC

Objective: As Government jobs are shrinking rapidly, this initiative was an attempt to make students economically self-reliant. Moreover, with the development of entrepreneurial skills the student will be able to earn their living, leading to the path of women empowerment.

Execution: College identified 70 students from different departments and facilitated training in 6 kinds of entrepreneurial skills in collaboration with various individual professionals, government and non-government agencies. Following are the details of the different types of training program

Name of the Skill

Duration

Collaboration with

Art and Craft

June, 2-12, 2014

Lal Bahadur Shastri Training Institute, Pandav Nagar Branch, Delhi

Making Jute products

July, 24-August, 2, 2014

Literacy India, NGO, Saket Branch, Delhi

Making handmade paper items

July, 15-18, 2014

Indha Craft, Literacy India, Gurgaon, Haryana

Cookery (Home Economics) and bakery products

October, 7-11, 2014

College Canteen

Beauty Treatment

June, 2-13, 2014

Magic Beauty Parlour, Vasant Kunj, Delhi

Tailoring

45 days for four hours daily during summer vacation,

(June 15-July 30, 2014)

Institute Apparel Training & Design Centre (ATDC), Ministry of Textile, Government of India, Dilshad Garden, Delhi

 Impact: The students can establish themselves as Machine Operators, Experts, Fabric Advisors, Supervisors and Designers. The participated members exhibited and sold their products including bags, folders, pen stands, photo frames, bangle boxes, candle stands and other utility items made of jute, cloth and handmade paper.