College Cells


The WDC has been established in the college with the purpose of creating a campus free from all bias and prejudice against females. A committee consisting of the faculty members looks after the issue of safety of all females (students, teachers and staff members) within the campus. It also looks into the matter of solving any kind of gender based physical, mental or psychological discrimination faced by any female. The committee is actively involved in organizing various functions like self- defence programmes, debates, plays and talks by several women activists, etc. Members of the Faculty of Law and well known activists also visit the college regularly to enlighten the female students about their legal rights.

Dr. Anita Gaur (Department of Hindi) is the Incharge of this cell for the current academic year.


The Equal Opportunity Cell was established by the University of Delhi on 27th June 2006 to address the issues related to SC/ST, the OBC and minorities and the physically challenged on a continual basis. The main problems faced by people viewed as disabled, or with disabilities, or of minority status, stems from disabling environmental, economic and cultural barriers.

Disability and minority are therefore equal rights issues on a par with other forms of unjustifiable discrimination and prejudices. As part of its mission statement, the EOC ensures the following:

  1. Affirmative action’s concerning SC, ST and OBC
  2. A barrier free access to all buildings of Colleges, Departments, Libraries, Hostels and Officers of the University.
  3. Smooth and efficient running of a Resource Centre that specializes in addressing the needs of PWDs in all categories including Visual, Hearing, Orthopedic, and Neurological.

For the academic year 2017-2018, Dr. Mahendra Singh Dhakad (Department of History) is the Convenor of this cell. In addition, Ms. Namrata Singh (Department of History), Dr. Ved Mitra Shukla (Department of English), Dr. Vaishali V. Shahare (Department of Chemistry) and Dr. Deo Kumar (Department of Hindi) are the members of this cell.


The SC/ST Cell of the College was constituted to ensure that adequate representation is given to SC/ST candidates in the matter of appointments to the teaching and non-teaching posts, allotment of quarters and admission in various courses of studies and also to ensure effective implementation of the reservation policies and programmes. The Cell organizes a Scholarship Camp not only for the SC, ST and OBC students, but also for the students belonging to poor and minority background every year. In this camp, the needy students from all the above-mentioned categories are informed about various scholarship schemes of the Delhi Administration as well as the Central Government. The Cell actively works for the welfare of the students by focusing on the establishment of a counter for admission assistance and distribution of free scholarship forms to students during the admission period.

Dr. Vaishali V. Shahare (Department of Hindi) is the Convenor of the SC/ST Cell for the year 2017-2018.

Following are the members:

Dr. Mahender Singh (Department of Hindi)

Dr. Rajender Kumar (Department of Commerce)

Dr. S.Santinath Singh (Department of Phy. Elect.)

Mr. Nitin Kumar (Department of Phy. Elect.)

Ms. Mary C. Lethil (Department of Commerce)

Dr.Rajni (Department of Chemistry)



A Placement Cell has been set up by the college to help students find the right guidance and assistance for
employment after college. Dr. Marry C. Lethil (Department of Commerce) is the Convenor of this cell for the year
2017-2018. The members are Dr. Mohini Aggarwal, Dr. Arun Lal and Dr. Shikha Kaushik.


Ever since its beginning the club has drawn and attracted students and faculty members who are keen on hill-walking and trekking. The members participate sporadically in various trekking programs organized by the club. The club also offers students opportunities for personality development and enrichment by means of promoting environmental appreciation, awareness, and protection programs. Manali (elevation 6730 ft.) trekking trip was organized in October 2014. The group of 50 people including both teachers and students visited there. In the five days of trip both the students and teachers trekked around Rohtang Pass (elevation 13054ft.), Solang Valley (elevation 8400 ft.) and vashisth kund also. Rohtang Pass connects the kullu valley with the lahul spitti district of Himachal Pradesh Five days Trekking Trip to Jhanjheli valley in Himachal Pradesh was organized. 39 students and 08 teachers participated.

Two Orientation Programmes were held for students with Power Point Presentation given on various treks undertaken in the college. A motivational talk on Management of Adventure, Environment & Health was delivered on 18th Feb. 2016 by Padmashri Ms. Santosh Yadav, 1st woman to climb Mount Everest twice in 1992 and 1993. A Half day Adventure Activity Programme was organized at Indian Mountaineering Foundation (IMF), Dhaula Kuan, Delhi. 40 students and teachers participated in adventure activities i.e. Rock Climbing, Zip lining, River crossing, Commando net, Burma bridge crossing etc. A Five day Trekking Trip to Tattapani-Koti in Himachal Pradesh was organized for 49 students and teachers.


Rajdhani College has a great history of producing responsible citizens in all fields of life whether these are politicians, academicians, engineers, doctors, journalists or whatever field we can think of. Rajdhani College students could manage to start its alumni on the occasion of Golden Jubilee of the College. 20th December 2015 was a golden day in the history of Rajdhani College and will always be remembered since on that day for the first time, the college managed to interact with more than 350 alumni and staff members from all fields, covering almost full span of fifty years.