ECA


ECA Report

Extra Curricular Activities (ECA) are aimed to develop talent, skill, discipline, responsibility, ethics and social awareness amongst students. In this academic year, the ECA committee along with various clubs of our college organized Independence day function-"AZADI' 70-yaad karo kurbaani".


"Songs of India"- an inter-college Choir and Solo Comepetition was organized in collaboration with 'The Cultural Council' of University of Delhi in college premises on October 7, 2016


"Rashtriya Ekta Saptaha(Vigilance week)" was also organized with great zeal and enthutsiasm. This One week had a plethora of exciting cultural events which included music, dance and drama performances and were being accompanied by debate and slogan writing competition, cap and tshirt painting competition,etc. The most importatant of all .i.e., Rashtriya ekta pledge to spread the positive vibes of unity in our young gemeration.


ECA team is also preparing to conduct the two more events in the upcoming semester, one of which is our annual cultural festival "SRIJAN". The details for the following will be updated soon on our website


Songs of India

Songs of India, the annual inter college musical competition, was yet again organised very successfully by Bhaskaracharya College of Applied Sciences in collaboration with 'The Cultural Counsil' this year on October,7 2016.


The success of the event can be credited to the team effort of the ECA team. The student core ECA committees under various heads such as the creative team, stage management team, hospitality team, PR team,etc formed the backbone for smooth conduct of the event. Student Heads with responsibilities assigned to them in turn coordinated closely with the respective teacher heads.


The event was advertised well in advance to ensure a good response and participation. An official mail and invite was sent to Principals of all the colleges of University of Delhi so that information reached these colleges. A formal invite with an official poster of the event was dispatched to all the colleges for easy circulation and for their notice boards . Aggressive campaigning through various social media means was carried out to spread information of the event. Information of Songs of India was also uploaded on college and university website.


Online Registrations for the event were done and on the spot registrations were left open for the group singing, as slots were still not filled. There were 8 online registrations for group song and 37 for solo song competition. Though finally only 2 group team and 25 solo singers participated. The venue was beautifully done by the creative team and added to the grandeur of the event. The competition started with solo singing and was followed by group singing. The judges also greatly appreciated the organisational efforts of the ECA team of the college. The level of participation and quality of participants left the audience mesmerised.


This event would not have possible without the support and guidance of The Culture Council of University of Delhi.