In the current academic year 2016-17, the Cultural Society of the college was passionately led by its overall Convener, Dr. Meeta Mathur. The college successfully held its three-day annual cultural festival "Mehak-2017" from 19-21 January. The Chief Guest of the event was Delhi state BJP Chief Shri Manoj Tiwari. Yajur Band put up a scintillating performance for the audience. More than 30 Delhi University colleges participated in various events. The college also witnessed a star evening performance by pop singer Hardy Sandhu and saw an overwhelming footfall of more than 5000 students. The Cultural group of our college has nine societies. During this year, they made remarkable strides in their respective fields and earned great accolades across colleges all over India. The achievements of the different societies are as follows:
** Allegro (Western Music Society) Society prepares the students for western music competitions under the supervision of Dr Anjali Bhatnagar.
** Bandwagon (Fashion Society) : Led by Dr. Vandana Bhalla, it won the following awards:
** Crunk (Dance Society) : Under the able guidance of Dr. Soni Rastogi they won the following awards:
** Moksh (Dramatics Society) : It has beaten all previous records with a total of 79 street play performances and 9 stage plays under the guidance of Dr Meeta Mathur and Dr Sudheer Pratap Singh.
** 3Ps : The society encouraged students for photography, painting, and poster making, under the guidance of Dr Parvita Kumar.
** Sage (Debating Society) : Under the leadership of Dr. Aprajita Chauhan they achieved the following:
** Salvation (General Awareness Society) : Led by Dr. Veena Malhotra This society was created for general awareness amongst the students regarding cleanliness, environment and blood donation.
** Spic Macay : SPIC MACAY (Society for the Promotion of Indian Classical Music And Culture Amongst Youth) is a voluntary movement that organizes events (over 5000 annually) of classical music and dance, folk arts, crafts etc. in educational institutions throughout the world. This society has been taking Indian Classical music, dance, theater, yoga, and folk arts to schools and colleges across the country for more than three decades. They introduce the young students to several upcoming as well as senior renowned artists, giving them an opportunity to witness their insightful performances. Such enriching interactions help the students in developing a wholesome understanding of our rich heritage of art and culture. Headed by Dr. Renuka Anoop Kumar the College organized two events in association with Spic Macay:
**Taleem (Indian music Society) : Under the able guidance of Dr Sangeeta kaul society trains our students in Indian classical singing.