Working towards Peace and Harmony, the students promote peace conciousness across religions, cultures and nations. Through interfaith prayer sessions, lectures discussions and other peace promoting programmes the Harmony Clubs helps in the spread of Peace.
THE HARMONY CLUB was initiated in the year 2006, to serve an urgent need of spreading peace amongst all, and to widen the knowledge of different cultural and religion practices across geographies. The Club has conducted several talks and competitions every year, especially on the occasions of major festivals of various faiths, namely, The Nativity of Mother Mary, Krishna Janmashtami, Christmas, Id-ul-Fitr, Onam, Nagara Panchami, and others. Guest lectures on the essential concepts of various religions, competitions like 'Pookulum', 'Crib Making', 'Mehendi Design', 'Rangoli', 'Pot designing', 'Quawali' are among its attempts to foster a respect for each other and emphasise the congruence in human values across faiths and communities. 'Gandhi Jayanthi' and 'Peace Day' are significant days that the Cell uses to promote harmony in the campus and in its surroundings.
The Harmony Club in association with Human Rights Education Cell , Agnes Towards Community, Women's Cell
and Dept. of Political Science celebrated Peace Day on January 30, 2016 at 12.00 noon in the College Auditorium.
The Chief guest of the day was Teesta Setalvad, Indian Civil Rights Activist and Journalist, Gujarath.