College Events

21st - 22nd March 2024

First Global Vidhushi Conference- 2024

Contribution of Women in Sanskrit Literature: Unheard Stories

Under the joint aegis of Global Sanskrit Forum and Mata Sundari College, Department of Sanskrit, Principal Prof. Harpreet Kaur organized a two-day First Global Vidushi Conference on the topic "Contribution of Women in Sanskrit Literature: Unheard Stories" on 21-22 March, 2024. The college principal described Mata Sundari ji as the embodiment of a strong woman. She kept the struggle of Mata Gujri, Mata Sahib Kaur, Mai Bhago in front of the young generation and inspired them to become empowered. Hon'ble Meenakshi Lekhi, Minister, Ministry of Art and Culture was the Chief Guest at the inaugural session of the seminar.

Conveners: Dr. Bindia Trivedi
                   Dr. Kalpana Sharma


25th May 2023

INDIA@G20: IMPACT ASSESSMENT SUMMIT 2023

A NEW DIALOGUE WITH WOMEN
E-MOBILITY | SKILLING | SUSTAINABILITY

Mata Sundri College for Women in collaboration with Golden Signatures organized “INDIA@G20: IMPACT ASSESSMENT SUMMIT 2023” on May 25, 2023, at India International Centre, New Delhi. The conference began at 10:30 AM with the presence of 200 people from corporate, government and academic institutions. The conference was successfully organized by the Convenor, Prof. Harpreet Kaur, the Principal of Mata Sundri College for Women, Co-convenor, Mr. Onkareshwar Pandey, CEO of Golden Signatures and conference patron, Shri S. Vikramjit Singh Sahney, Chairman of Mata Sundri College for Women.

Convener: Prof. Harpreet Kaur


3-5th Nov 2022

International Conference

Rethinking Partition : 75 Years

Mata Sundri College for Women in collaboration with Punjabi Sahit Sabha Delhi and ICSSR commemorated 75 years of Partition by organizing a three day International Conference on “Rethinking Partition: 75 Years” from 3-5 November 2022. The conference was inaugurated by a welcome address by Prof. Harpreet Kaur, Principal, Mata Sundri College for Women. The Chief Guest was Ambassador Navdeep Suri, Distinguished Fellow, Observer Research Foundation with the special guest being Prof. Renuka Singh, Chairperson, Punjabi Sahit Sabha. The session was chaired by Dr Mohinder Singh, Director, National Institute of Punjab Studies and the keynote address was delivered by Prof Bhagwan Josh, JNU.

Convener: Prof. Harpreet Kaur


2nd March 2020

International Workshop

The Status of Women in India and Russian Society

The department of Sanskrit organised an International workshop on 2nd March 2020 .The topic was ‘The Status of Women in India and Russian Society’. Professor Eugenia Vanina, faculty of "Institute of Oriental studies, Moscow" and Dr Iffat Zarrin Assistant professor Department of Urdu, Mata Sundri College for women, delivered the speech . Dr Harsha Kumari faculty of Sanskrit Department introduced the theme and main guest of the workshop.

Convener: Dr. Asha Rani


3-5th Feb 2020

International Seminar-Workshop

Practices and Pedagogies for Sustainability

The B.El.Ed. Department organised a three-day International Seminar-Workshop in collaboration with Haute école pédagogique (HEP), Lausanne, Vaud, Switzerland on Practices and Pedagogies for Sustainability from 3 rd to 5 th Febraury 2020. The key speakers on the first day included, Dr. Swapna Liddle a historian, author and Convenor of Delhi INTACH, Professor Anita Rampal, former Dean of Faculty of Education, Delhi University and former Chairperson of Textbook Development Committee and Ms. Nadia Lausslet, Geographer from HEP. The second day of the workshop focussed on sustainable pedagogogic practices and was held in Shaheed Hemu Kalani School. The third day of the workshop focussed on exploring sustainability through heritage and was held at the UNESCO Heritage Site, Humayun’s Tomb Complex.

Convener: Dr. Radhika Menon


27-28th Sep 2019

International Conference

Guru Nanak Dev ji: Life, Philosophy and Legacy

To commemorate the 550th Birth Anniversary of Sri Guru Nanak Dev ji, the Divinity Society organised an International Conference on the theme Guru Nanak Dev ji: Life, Philosophy and Legacy on 27th and 28th September 2019. There were participants from approximately 50 colleges/ Institutions who participated in the conference. Shri Hamid Ansari, former Vice President of India, was the Chief Guest at the conference and some of the notable speakers included, Prof. Gurinder Singh Mann from Global Institute of Sikh Studies, Dr. Afroz Ahmed from Ministry of Revenue & Forest, Mumbai, Prof. Harmohinder Singh Bedi from Central University of Himachal Pradesh, S. Gurwinder Singh Dhamja from the Haryana Punjabi Sahitya Academy) and Prof. Himadri Banerjee from Jadavpur University, Kolkata.

Convener: Prof. (Dr.) Harpreet Kaur


6-7th Sep 2019

International Conference

Recent Advances and Challenges in Finance and Marketing for New India @2022

The Department of Commerce organised an International Conference on Recent Advances and Challenges in Finance and Marketing for New India @2022 from 6-7 th September 2019. The eminent speakers were Dr. Surender Munjal, Associate Professor of International Business, and the Director of the James E. Lynch Centre at University of Leeds, U.K., Dr. Charan Singh, Non-Executive Chairman of Punjab & Sind Bank, Shri Shams. Tabrej, Assistant General Manager at State Bank of India, Dr. S. N. Ghosh, Senior Consultant at the DEA-NIFM Research Programme, Ministry of Finance, Government of India, to name a few. More than fifty papers were submitted by scholars from India and abroad and a few were selected to be published in the Conference Proceedings.

Convener: Dr. Renu Arora


15-16th March 2019

International Seminar

International Seminar on the ‘Socio-Cultural Study of Agriculture’

Mata Sundri College for Women, University of Delhi organized an International Seminar on the ‘Socio-Cultural Study of Agriculture’ on 15th and 16th March, 2019. The seminar saw the presentation of approximately 70 papers by researchers, policy makers, teachers and students from various disciplines and parts of the world and was organized keeping in mind the critical situation facing the nation in the form of farmer suicides as well as the need for sustainable growth of the agricultural sector. The seminar comprised twelve sessions besides the inaugural and award ceremony sessions, and these were presided over by Prof. Harpreet Kaur, Principal of the college, Dr. Lokesh Kumar Gupta, Convener and Prof Kiranjeet Sethi Co-Convener of the seminar.

Convener: Dr. Lokesh Kumar Gupta



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