Neev Nirman For a Better Future

Bharat Vikas Parishad (BVP), in association with the Department of Public Administration of MCM DAV College For Women, Sector-36, Chandigarh, organized the programme of ‘Neev Nirman‘, a PowerPoint presentation competition on October 30, 2017.

Unfortunately, due to certain issues with the equipment, the event was called off and rather an impromptu Elocution Competition was called for, on the theme ‘Motivation.’ The participants gladly welcomed the decision with high enthusiasm and put forth their ideas on the same.

The organization also urged the participants to volunteer for their motivational programmes that target teenagers. 

On November 13, 2017, the BVP scheduled another event to honor the participants of the previously held competition at MCM DAV College. The entire Public Administration Department was invited for the same.

The day began with the diya lighting ceremony, wherein all the senior members of the organization lit a diya each. 

Various prizes that included a certificate and a small shield were awarded to the top three participants of the impromptu elocution. The first prize was bagged by two bright students of B.A.-III, Athira Jamwal and Harshita, followed by Bendriloza(B.A.-III) and Vibha

This was followed by the introduction of the organization to the students of the Department of Public Administration.

A talk by Mr. Tarun Kumar, a Corporate Trainer of Clinical Psychology was the main highlight. He laid great stress upon what we’ve become today. Are we happy? 

“We wake up every day and run behind things that we desire. We continue with this process for as long as we remember. But, is that everything we need?” said Mr. Kumar in his talk. 

According to him, life is a realization where ‘love’ and ‘respect’ are the only constant. Every day we must move a step ahead. One has to be ready for anything and everything that tries to push us down. We should not restrict ourselves rather ‘do it’ and fret over it.

The day ended with a lot of cheers from the audience while each dignitary was awarded a token of respect in the form of a momento.

About the Author:

Ridha Dhawan (MCM DAV 36)

Ambivert. Alien. Sometimes bold. Sometimes cute. In love with books, coffee and nature. The girly tom-boy, exploring her potential.




About the Photographer:

Gurkirat Kaur (MCM DAV 36)


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