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The college has many societies that promote extra-curricular activities. Students are encouraged to join these societies and participate in the various activities so that they can build up their self-confidence, hone their skills and bring their latent talent to the fore. This has enabled them to participate very successfully in various intra and inter college forum and at the inter university level as well.


Every teaching department has its own departmental society, which is responsible for conducting regular academic programmes and events. The Debating Society, the Economics Society, English Literary Association (ELA), and Physics & Electronics Society are some of the societies that have been vibrantly active throughout the year. The students can contact the respective teacher in-charge of their subject department for participating in such activities.


The Cultural Committee is dedicated to creating and providing a forum for students to participate in cultural offerings of the Rajdhani College and other affiliated colleges of the University of Delhi. A committee comprising faculty members is constituted at the beginning of every academic year. The cultural committee of the college works with the objective to bring to light hidden talents of the students, improving their capabilities to work as a team, raising their level of self-confidence in interacting with fellow students and peers and conduct various cultural programmes in the college. The cultural activities are carried out throughout the year and students are deputed to participate in various intra/inter-collegiate competitions – Mehndi, Rangoli, Collage Making, Poem Recitation, Short Plays, Singing (Solo & Group), Dance (Solo & Group), etc. Winners of the competitions are awarded certificates, trophies and cash prizes. Students interested in participation (and volunteer work) in various cultural activities can contact any member of the cultural committee.


Abhivyakti means expression. It seeks to strengthen the It acts as a catalyst to bring out their hidden talents. It specializes in promoting dance and drama and thus provides an exclusive space for expression to the students of the college. Experts from the field of drama are invited to facilitate drama workshops, script writing training and other street theatre related activities for students and help them in the enactment of various plays for competitions. This programme is already shaping different possibilities for our students and allowing them to emerge as potential artists.


Outdoor and indoor games like Cricket, Hockey, Football, Volleyball, Badminton, Table Tennis, etc. are available for all students of the college. Various training programmes and competitions are held throughout the year in the various fields.


The NCC aims at the development of leadership, character, comradeship, spirit of sportsmanship and the ideal of service. It creates a force of disciplined and trained manpower that in a national emergency could be of assistance to the country. It provides training to students with the view to developing in them officer-like qualities. The college has an NCC wing each for boys and girls. The college has two companies of NCC Infantry Wing and Naval Wing, both commanded by commissioned NCC officer. The cadets are given training in drill, map reading, shooting, field craft, first aid and fire fighting. The cadets are also sent to attend various adventure courses like mountaineering, rock climbing, paragliding, trekking and various leadership and advance leadership camps, at different places.

Note: Students can join either infantry or naval wing of NCC by applying in the prescribed form available with the college NCC officer.


The NSS is promoted by the Ministry of Human Resources and Development and has for its objective the development of a sense of social commitment in the student. The scheme encourages nationally accepted objectives e.g. pride in being Indian, democracy, socialism, secularism, national integration and development of a scientific temper and work ethos. The students work with NGO’s, social work organizations, organize blood donation camps and assist in relief works as and when necessary. In order to create interest in social service among students and to employ their spare time gainfully, the college NSS unit is active throughout the year in programmes like institutional development, blood donation, campus cleanliness, clean Yamuna campaign, hobbies in specialized fields, e.g. painting, music, doll making, etc.


Ever since its beginning the club has drawn and attracted students and faculty members who are keen on hill-walking and trekking. The members participated sporadically in various trekking programs organized by the club. The club also offers students opportunities for personality development and enrichment by means of promoting environmental appreciation, awareness, and protection programmes.