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  • Shyam Lal College (Evening)

    Society

    HISTORY

    The Departmental society has always welcomed the ideas propagated by student zone. Students’ society is often an impetus towards the holistic development of students during the academic curriculum. The Department of History under the Convenorship of Dr D.N. Singh and under the guidance and supervision of Dr Pramod Kumar and Dr Manish Karmwar has achieved new heights during the academic session 2016-2017. Since its inception, the students have contributed in various capacities. The first Student president Ms. Swati Dhar formed History society SAKSHYA. In the year 2021, society added two innovative ideas to achieve real goal to students’ life 1. GRADUATE SCHOLARS’ TALK SERIES (GSTS), a weekly talk series by students & 2. JOURNAL OF CONTINUITY AND CHANGE By Graduates (JCC). This society also guided by Dr Seema and Mr Ajay Kumar as a young member of the department.

    2017-2018
    Sakshya, a student society of the department of history has organized a fresher’s welcome party in October 2017. Team members of Sakshya have participated in several seminars which includes college seminars on “The complicated path ahead for our nation”, “History and Heritage of Sindh”, “Issues in History” and on “A skill development programme During NAAC peer team visit, Sakshya represented the department of history and got positive feedback. Sakshya has encouraged students to participate in various educational trips and to extend the curriculum beyond the books. Mr. Ashish Kumar (President), Mr. Utpal Kant (Vice-President), Ms. Sakshi (Secretary) and Ms. Stanzin Angmo (Treasurer) have always put in their continuous efforts for successful deliberation of all the events and activities.

    2018-2019
    Departmental Students have visited different monuments, museums, National archives, Historical places in Delhi and also interacted with students and teachers of various colleges for their GE, SEC curriculum activities. Ms. Sakshi was president of society.

    2019-2020
    Sakshya, a student society of the department of history has organized a fresher’s welcome party in October 2019. Team members of Sakshya have contributed in various seminars which include “Issues in History” One-day seminar on 31st August 2019, One-day seminar on “One Step for Needy” Collaboration with NGO: UMEED: A drop of hope on 13th November 2019 and A Nukad Natak: AZADI-E-PLASTIC on 13th November 2019. Ms. Pinki Kasana (President), Mr. Rabban Jidan, Mr. Paras (Vice-Presidents), Ms. Kiran Yadav, Mr.Lovkush (Secretaries), Mr.Lovely (Joint Secretary) and Ms.Riya & Ms.Khushi (Treasurers) have always spent their unremitting efforts for effective planning of all the proceedings and actions.


    2020-2021
    Society believes that history is a part of our lives rather than a mere subject. This, distinguished thinking about the subject encourages students to explore more about the historical ventures through various activities of SAKSHYA. The Society of History has organized an online Freshers’ Welcome and Orientation Program on 5th December 2020, (Saturday) through Google meet. It has also organized a Seminar on OPEN BOOK EXAMINATION (OBE). The event was held on 7th December 2020, (Monday) in which S.O. Shri Deepak Kumar was invited to make students familiar with the OBE system. Mr Ankit (President), Ms Mandira Paul (Vice-President), Mr Shubham Tiwari (Secretary), Ms Preeti (Joint Secretary) Ms Chandani Sikarwar (Treasurer) and Executive Members- Ms Charu, Ms Shakshi, Mr Ajay k. Gupta, Mr Vishesh Kashmi, Ms Priya, and Ms Divya Tyagi have always put in their constant energies for effective planning of all the events and activities of the Society.

    2021-2022
    Sakshya achieved new wings to fly high in the online mode, during the session 2021-22. We have initiated two new ideas for this academic year

    1.GRADUATE SCHOLARS’ TALK SERIES (GSTS) &
    2.JOURNAL OF CONTINUITY AND CHANGE By Graduates (JCC)
    The new core team took over the charge as a continuous process of society
    Mr Shubham Tiwari as President
    Secretary: Ms Preeti
    Joint Secretary: Ms Mandira Paul
    Treasurer: Ms Manvi Saraswat
    Creative Head: Ms Archana Bharti
    Cultural Head: Ms Divya Tyagi
    Academic Head: Mr Ajay K. Gupta
    Research Head: Mr Saurabh Singh
    and Executive Members are
    Mr Anant Joshi, Mr Aaradhiya Tyagi, Ms Deepa Tiwari, Mr Priyanshu Singh Mr Sahil Sharma

    • Sakshya organised an online Graduation Ceremony for the batch of 2018-2021, on 4th August 2021(3pm -4pm) on google meet. FIR MILENGE: YAADEIN BANANA ABHI BAAKI HAI. In the event senior students shares their experiences, The winner of the event – Ms Chandni Sikarwar (Ms farewell) and Mr Mohammed Mahboob (Mr farewell).
    • History society organised Globe trotter on an historical expedition on 27 Sept 2021 at 1:00pm on google meet. Ms Krishnangi Tripathi got the 1st prize, Mr Prasoon Chand awarded 2nd position, Mr Sanskar sihoriya got 3rd position.
    SAKSHYA YOU TUBE CHANNEL:
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5GE6IOn9mUlUda8BBFyRFA

    GRADUATE SCHOLARS’ TALK SERIES (GSTS)
    It is noteworthy to put forth the newly initiated and established progression of Shyam Lal College (Evening). The Society of history, i.e., SAKSHYA, under the aegis of IQAC, has established a weekly talk series for the graduate candidates who are enthusiastic to portray their thoughts, opinions, and understanding of a plethora of scholarly topics. This initiative, entitled as Graduates Scholars’ Talk Series, acronymed GSTS, invites students from various backgrounds from all across the country and provides them with a platform to express themselves their views their research and even their opinions, henceforth, enhancing their presentation skills on a professional level.
    It is always applaudable and crucial to acquire perceptions of the aspects that exist around us so, we, at GSTS unite to grab in fascinating, scholarly, critical and intellectual insights on various socio-economic, political, literary, philosophical, scientific and a blend of other topics.
    The series started on 07th February 2021, through the virtual platform of Google Meet. Since then, is has been a great success. The students, brimmed with enthusiasm, participate in the event, and comprehending the scholarly insights that they portray, is astonishing for all the virtual attendees who relish the session throughout. Till date, we have hosted 40 public lectures. This talk is indeed, a virtuous and meritorious attempt to illuminate the young minds and furnish and bring out best of their capabilities. The research work is carried out by the young graduates on the topic of their interest. After hours and days of diligent study, and the proficient suggestions of the faculty advisor, Dr. Manish Karmwar and the GSTS’ coordinators, the well-versed demonstration on the Sundays leaves the audience awe-struck. The awarding talks are an amalgamation of their deep analytical and critical thinking.
    The entire GSTS fraternity ensures that the talk sessions are well organized, planned, and executed. For the same, the team is committed to bring forth the best of a speaker’s perceptions on critical subjects.
    You Tube Channel: GSTS
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJwsPI6cEQn8mwcNZYvKc-w
    The GSTS team includes:
    Student Coordinators:
    Mr Ajay K. Gupta
    Mr Saurabh K. Singh
    Ms Manvi Saraswat
    Ms Subhi Singh
    Ms Samridhdi Kandpal (Uttaranchal University) &
    Faculty Convener: Dr Manish Karmwar
    LIST OF TALKS ORGANIZED IN GSTS

    TALK SERIES

    SCHEDULE

    SCHOLARS

    TOPICS

    GSTS- 01

    7th February 2021

    Mr Mudit Bhardwaj

    REVISTING INDIA’S EARLIEST TRADITIONS

    GSTS- 02

    14th February 2021

    Ms Sumul Nazmine

    ART HISTORY OF PAIN

    GSTS- 03

    21st February 2021

    Ms Manvi Saraswat

    CHANGE IS THE ONLY CONSTANT

    GSTS- 04

    28th February 2021

    Mr Saurabh K. Singh

    ECONOMIC CONSTRUCTION & CONSTRAINTS OF THE RAJ

    GSTS- 05

    7th March 2021

    Mr Shivanshu Saini

    HUMAN EVOLUTION: THEORY, PROGRESS & DEBATES

    GSTS- 06

    14th March 2021

    Mr Vishesh Kashmi

    18वीं सदी के बदलते भारत की बदलती संस्कृतियाँ

    GSTS- 07

    21st March 2021

    Mr Ajay Gupta

    WHY EUROPE GREW RICH & INDIA DID NOT?

    GSTS- 08

    28th March 2021

    Mr Shubham Tiwari

    CRICKET, CAST, COLONIES & ITS CONSTRUCTIONS

    GSTS- 09

    4th April 2021

    Ms Divya Tyagi

    PATTERNS OF HILL POLITICS IN BRITISH INDIA

    GSTS- 10

    11th April 2021

    Ms Preeti Rai

    SIMONE DE BEAUVOIR, KAMALADEVI CHATTOPADHYAY

    & ME

    GSTS- 11

    18th April 2021

    Ms Priyanka Verma

    CLARITY IS POWER

    GSTS- 12

    25th April 2021

    Ms Archana Bharti

    MANTAINING PEACE IS A MARATHON

    GSTS- 13

    2nd May 2021

    Mr Ankit Kumar

    EXTENDED FAMILY, INTIMACY AND COURTSHIP IN

    EUROPE

    GSTS- 14

    9th May 2021

    Ms Shakshi

    शहर: सपना, आकांक्षा, आजादी और आक्रोश

    GSTS- 15

    23rd May 2021

    Ms Tanya

    COMBATING, COMPETENCY, BASED INTERVIEWS

    GSTS- 16

    30th may 2021

    Ms MJ Mary

    WASTE MANAGEMENT THROUGH AGES AND NEW

    INNOVATIONS

    GSTS- 17

    6th June 2021

    Mr Anant Joshi

    ACTUAL VEDIC MATHEMATICS IN ANCIENT INDIA

    GSTS- 18

    13th June 2021

    Ms Sidhi Tiwari

    DOWRY: HISTORY, REGIONALITY, MOVEMENT AND

    LOGIC

    GSTS- 19

    20th June 2021

    Ms Kashish kamra

    SUGAR AND SPICE: NOT EVERYTHING IS ALWAYS NICE

    GSTS- 20

    27th June 2021

    Ms Manisha Verma

    LANGUAGE, LAND AND THE PEOPLE

    GSTS- 21

    4th July 2021

    Mr Raj Thakur

    1857 IN DELHI

    GSTS- 22

    11th July 2021

    Ms Chandni Sikarwar

    TRADITIONS OF FAIRS AND FESTIVALS IN INDIA

    GSTS- 23

    18th July 2021

    Mr Sanskar Sihoriya

    INDIA’S FOREIGN POLICY

    GSTS- 24

    25th July 2021

    Ms SHIVANI SHARMA

    MEDIEVAL ALCHEMY

    GSTS- 25

    1st August 2021

    Mr Mudit Bhardwaj

    SEDITION: A SARDONICAL SAGA

    GSTS- 26

    8th August 2021

    Ms Amrutha Ravisankar

    ELECTORAL DEMOCRACY IN INDIA: BURNING ISSUES

    AND REFORMS

    GSTS- 27

    15th August 2021

    JCC Editors

    THE IDEA OF INDIA

    GSTS- 28

    22nd August 2021

    Ms SONAM

    THE NOISE OF DEMOCRACY

    GSTS- 29

    29th August 2021

    Mr Tarun Mishra

    घटता हुआ साहित्यिक और पाठन प्रभाव

    GSTS- 30

    5th Sept 2021

    Ms Samridhdi Kandpal

    REVISITING EPIC: THE GREEK AND INDIAN MYTHOLOGY

    GSTS- 31

    12th sept 2021

    Ms Yashi

    WHO WE ARE ?

    GSTS- 32

    19th sept 2021

    Mr Shahid Ahmed

    HOMO SAPIENS DURING THE BIRTH OF LANGUAGE

    GSTS- 33

    26th Sept 2021

    Ms Shruti

    DEPRESSION: A SILENT THREAT IN SOCIETY

    GSTS- 34

    3rd Oct 2021

    Ms Ananya

    THE WEB OF INDIAN FLORA AND FAUNA

    GSTS- 35

    10th Oct 2021

    Ms Muskan Sharma

    DIVERSE DISCRIMINATION

    GSTS- 36

    17th Oct 2021

    Ms. Anushree Bisht

    IDEAS AND DEBATES ON THE HINDU CODE BILL

    GSTS- 37

    24th Oct 2021

    Ms. Kashish Singh

    PARALLEL CINEMA: A GENRE OF GAZE

    GSTS- 38

    31st Oct 2021

    Ms. Anjali Sharma

    AFGHANISTAN BEYOND HEADLINES: WAR AND

    WAR LORDS

    GSTS- 39

    7th Nov 2021

    Mr. A Padmanabha Reddy

    ISOLATION, LONELINESS, AND FEAR- UNDERSTANDING

    GEORGE ORWELL’S DYSTOPIAN WORLDS

    GSTS- 40

    14th Nov 2021

    Ms. Manvi Saraswat

    ORIGIN, GROWTH, AND POPULARIZTION OFCHILDREN’S

    LITERATURE

    GSTS - 41

    21st Nov 2021

    Ms. Mehak Khandelwal

    PROBLEMS OF START-UPS AND NGO’S IN INDIA

    GSTS - 42

    28th Nov 2021

    Ms Mandira Paul

    JOURNEY OF CALCUTTA

    GSTS - 43

    5th Dec 2021

    Ms Subhi Singh

    REPRESENTATION OF WOMEN IN LITERATURE THROUGH THE AGES

    GSTS - 44

    12th Dec 2021

    Ms.Neetu Kumari

    REVERSE MIGRATION

    GSTS - 45

    19th Dec 2021

    Mr Sahil Sharma

    PSYCHOLOGY OF FINANCE

    GSTS - 46

    26th Dec 2021

    Mr Shivam Bansal

    ADDRESSING ISSUES OF IITIANS

    GSTS - 47

    2nd Jan 2022

    Mr. Eshan Sharma

    LET’S LISTEN TO THE STONES SPEAK

    Registration form:
    https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSckDoYoiXUaxU4433Lav1JdPr7JdI-OwdAGH3gUV5Q0mAkVvQ/viewform?usp=sf_link

    JOURNAL OF CONTINUITY AND CHANGE By Graduates (JCC)

    Journal of continuity and change (JCC) by graduates is a monthly magazine, another initiative by Sakshya, History society. This journal is published every month with a new theme dealing with the social, political or economic issue of the particular month.
    The team includes:
    EDITORS
    Mr Anant Joshi, BAP 5th Sem
    Ms Archana Bharti, BAP 3rd Sem
    Ms Divya Tyagi, BAP 5th Sem
    Ms Deepa Tiwari, BA Hons 5th Sem
    Mr Aaradhya Tyagi, BAP 3rd Sem (PR manager)
    Mr Sahil Sharma, BAP 5th Sem (Visual art head) &
    Faculty Convener: Dr Manish Karmwar

    The magazine includes the articles, poems, stories, research papers, of the budding scholars which is intended to help shape their writing skills, their creativity and confidence and specially provides them a platform to publish their work. This magazine is an attempt to take the readers on a journey of the past through the present to see the future. JCC will help you have a better perspective of contemporary issues and help you find light amid the darkness.
    We have already published three magazines starting from the month of July. The first magazine was on the theme, The Population Bomb, the second issue was, Fear and Courage for the month of August, the third issue titled The Next Frontier in September, the fourth issue was on the theme Incredible India for the month of October.
    To read the first four issues, check this link
    https://linktr.ee/JCC.SLCE

    You can subscribe to our magazine through this link
    https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScRO-q0P7roLTgFCtDJrs9mllKbnuPQ3PSocQZ5yvqlcFOcqA/viewform?usp=sf_link

    Please give us your feedback on the magazine
    https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdSb8legr9P5qC979uULU4CsuE2j3LvOqkeenxTn5HI1exqYA/viewform?usp=sf_link

    For the next magazine, the theme is – JCC, Issue VII, ART OF THE CONSTITUTION. To submit your work, check the instructions in the magazine and send us your work on
    jcc.slce@gmail.com

    The students’ society has organized a successful series of THREE Editors’ Insight on October 5th 2021, November 29th 2021 and December 31st 2021, where the chief editor interacted LIVE with authors and editors at online platform.

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