The Divinity Society is integral to the dissemination of the ideals which form the foundation of this institution. It imparts the message of humanity, love, truth, honesty and courage to our students and staff. The sole purpose of this is to make the students aware of these values. The society organizes various divinity functions such as Shabad and KirtanDarbars, Seminars and Paper Reading Contests on the life and works of Sikh Gurus and on comparative religious studies. Every Thursday, the diwan sahib is held at 1:00p.m. in the college gurdwara sahib. The students perform paath followed by Kirtan for an hour. Kirtan and tabla classes are held by the trained students of society for the other enthusiasts.
Mata Sundri Smiriti Diwas is celebrated on 12th March every year as the Founder’s Day of the college. Besides these events, the society also conducts an annual event “Bani-Kirtan and Declamation Competition” in which students from schools and colleges across Delhi participate. These activities are aimed at inculcating ethical and spiritual values among students and giving them a feeling of universal brotherhood.
In 2019,the students and staff participated in a number of activities such as: the Nagar Kirtans organized by Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Management Committee on the occasion of Guru Nanak DevJi's Janam Dihaara (birthday), the commemoration of the martyrdom of 9th Guru - Guru Teg Bahadur Sahib Ji, and thePrakash Utsav of Guru Gobind Singh Ji.
Gurupurab was celebrated on 22nd January in the college premises. To increase the knowledge of Sikh history among students across religions a paper writing competition on the topic “Guru Nanak Devji's Legacy and Life” and “Guru Gobind Singh Ji's Legacy and Life” was organised on 2nd February 2018.
The Divinity society also performed a play titled “Kivkuretuttepaal” (How can the veil of illusion be torn away?) during the annual College festival Saarang in Mata Sahib Kaur Auditorium on 7th February 2018.
The Divinity Society organized a National Seminar on “Guru Nanak DevJi’s View of Life: Contemporary Context” on 27th March, 2019 in Mata Gujri Hall of the College. Dr. Jaspal Singh, Former Indian High Commissioner to Mozambique and Swaziland, delivered the inaugural address. The distinguished speakers for the day included names like Prof. Gurmeet Singh Sidhu, Head. Dept of Religious Studies, Punjab University, Patiala; S. Harinderpal Singh, Chairman Gurmat College; Prof. Harjit Kaur Bhatia,Dept Head of Educational Studies, Jamia Milia Islamia, New Delhi; S. N. P. Singh, Former Principal, Super Ability School; Prof. Mohd. Habib, Dept. of Religious Studies, Punjabi University, Patiala; Dr. Pankaj Arora, Associate Professor, Central Institute of Education, University of Delhi, New Delhi and Ms. Bhawna Malik, Counselor, Mata Sundri College for Women.