The College has a fully functional and active Alumni Association though it is not registered yet. The Alumni Committee manages the Alumni Association to promote a unanimous feeling of connection and camaraderie among college students scattered in all walks of life.
- The association has more than 200 members. These members as well as other alumni share their onward journeys; provide guidance; facilitate career opportunities/job placement for present students. Alumni also support the existing batch of students in organizing events and extend support in various student activities.
- In order to maintain records of its alumni and to create a strong bond between the alumni and the institution, the Alumni Committee conducts Alumni Meets (2018-19, and 2021-2022). Superannuated teachers are also invited. Students and teachers meet informally and share their experiences.
- From 2019-2020, Alumni Speaker Series was held with an objective that the alumni, who are well-placed in the industry are able to use their network to facilitate opportunities for the students in career advancement and placements. Successful alumni of our college were invited to share their experiences and talk about their professional journeys. The alumni bonds with the college community in an interactive session with the students.
- The college believes that it is not only professionally successful alumni that we need to associate with; the college should rather provide an umbrella for all her alumni to feel at home and reach out for support and advice if required. Alumni who do not have careers are equally dear to the college.
Alumni Speaker Series” began on 4th October 2019 wherein the successful alumnus of our college was invited to share their experiences and talk about their professional journey followed by an interactive session with the students.
In the first of its series, Ms. Nistha Kapoor, ex-student of B.A.(H) Political Science was invited on 4th October 2019. She worked as a fellow at the gender lab. and as an intern with NITI Aayog And the Ministry of External Affairs in India. She also represented India in Taiwan’s youth camp. Approximately ~200 students attended this session.
In the second series, Ms. Shweta Rashmi, an ex-student of the BA Programme was invited on 20th February 2020. She is currently working with News 18. She spoke about her career in journalism as an entertainment news anchor. Approximately 100 students attended this session.