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Programme Schedule

75 years of India’s Independence-Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav

This is in reference to the notifications issued by the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting regarding the celebrations of 75 years of India’s Independence- “Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav”. The celebrations which commenced 75 weeks prior to the Independence Day 2022 would extend up to 15th August 2023. Hon’ble Prime Minister inaugurated the year-long celebrations from Gujarat on 12th March 2021, which also marks the 91st anniversary of the historic Salt Satyagraha led by Mahatma Gandhi.   Henceforth, all the educational institutions have been advised to celebrate ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav’ by organizing plethora of events viz. conference/seminar/symposium/ essay competition and related activities/events in their respective campuses as part of the year-long celebrations. In light of the above, the University of Delhi commenced celebrations of 75 years of India’s Independence “Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav by organizing an inaugural seminar and Charkha Karyashala at Gandhi Bhawan on Friday 12th March 2021 at 11 am.  The Dean Students’ Welfare Office & Gandhi Bhawan jointly coordinated the event.

Towards this endeavor, the active participation of our constituent colleges would be highly appreciable. In this context, it is proposed that each college should organize online activities/events in their respective Colleges and encourage students to participate and celebrate the landmark achievements.  The festival of 75 years of independence should be such that the spirit of freedom struggle, a tribute to the martyrs and a pledge and resolve to build India of their dreams could be experienced. The series of events organized by the Government to commemorate the 75th anniversary of India’s independence would be based on public participation and revolve around five themes- the freedom struggle, ideas, achievements, actions and resolve at 75.

In this regard, each College should appoint a Nodal officer/s to facilitate the activities based on the theme-75 years of India’s Independence ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav’ in their respective Colleges. The contact details (mobile number and e-mail id) of the same should be mailed to the office of DSW. The colleges are also requested to have a dedicated section on their respective websites for ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav’ and put all the notices and matters pertaining to the Mahotsav in this section.


The proposed activities and tentative schedule as suggested by the Ministry of Education in the email dated 24th March 2021 are as follows:

S. No.



Details / Directives / Rules




Organization of webinars/ symposiums/ seminars/talks


1st July 2021 onwards



Colleges of University of Delhi


Essay writing competition


August–September, 2021 -

(i) Language- Hindi or English

(ii) Word limit – Maximum 500 words


Colleges of University of Delhi


Slogan writing competition

October-November, 2021

Language- Hindi or English



Colleges of University of Delhi


Self-composed poetry writing/ poetical recitation/story writing competitions based on forgotten/lesser-known events/figures of independence

January- February, 2022

Language- Hindi or English.


Colleges of University of Delhi


Poster making/ Placard making/painting and sketching/ Graffiti making     competitions


March, 2022



Colleges of University of Delhi


Photography competition


April, 2022

The photographs have to be submitted in digital form (jpg/png etc.)

-The photo must be in its original state and cannot be altered in any way.


Colleges of University of Delhi


Recorded audios of the choir of patriotic songs which are to be sung on Independence Day, 15th august, 2021.

The recordings are to be sent to University by 31st July, 2021

This has to be done in minimum five languages including one language from Sikkim as it is the paired   state as per Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat. There are many official languages of Sikkim- Nepali, Sikkimese and Lepcha.


Colleges of University of Delhi


Rashtra Gaan


The recordings are to be sent to University by 31st July, 2021

College students will sing Rashtra Gaan and same shall be uploaded on their website as well as university website on 9th August, 2021.


Colleges of University of Delhi


Organization of Cycle Rallies

30th October 2021#

Starting Point: The college or colleges in the vicinity can choose a common starting point.

Destination Point: The colleges are suggested to choose a destination point which is linked to freedom struggle / National Pride*.


Colleges of University of Delhi


  *   Some Suggested places are India Gate, Red Fort, The Flagstaff Tower, Birla Bhavan, Kashmere Gate. The list is  suggestive only.

# The organization of this event will be dependent on the pandemic situation at that time.

       Other suggested activities that colleges and departments of University can partake in:

10.  Translation of existing literature in various Indian languages- The University's Language   Departments will have to be approached for translation work as part of Amrit Mahotsav.


Many Colleges/ Centres /Departments will be commemorating 75th anniversary of their existence this year or have already celebrated the platinum jubilee a couple of years ago. The completion of 75 years is undoubtedly an important milestone in the life of any educational institution, which moulds the future of all those students who walks through its portals. For most Colleges, it will be a yearlong celebration of 75 years of academic excellence, growth, community service, scholarship and success. Such Colleges/ Centres /Departments can chronicle their 75 year old history and promote it through various activities which can be celebrated and showcased along with Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav.




·        Due to the unprecedented situation of Covid-19 pandemic and prevailing public health   guidelines, it is advised that all activities should be organized online till normalcy prevails. 

·      All competitions mentioned above (at S. Nos. 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6) shall be based on the theme 75 years of India’s Independence ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav’. Each College shall send three best entries to DSW Office for all the competitions held.

·      It is further stated that besides the above mentioned activities colleges may explore other activities related to the theme.

·      It is proposed that the office of DSW will work in co-ordination with the Committee constituted by the University to oversee the programme “Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat”.




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