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Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) committee is developed with the objective of spreading awareness among the citizens about various social issues, promoting preventive health care and sanitation , Promoting education and sports , Promoting gender equality, empowering women, ensuring environmental sustainability, ecological balance, conservation of natural resources.

  1. Sevarth-Social welfare society of TIPS Dwarka
  2. Swami Vivekananda Branch, Bharat Vikas Parishad


Sevarth, Social welfare society of tips Dwarka was established in 2019 and is run by faculty coordinators and student members of Trinity Institute of Professional Studies, Dwarka. The society provide services intended to aid disadvantaged, distressed or vulnerable persons or groups.

Objectives :

The main objective of this society is

  • to improve the state of natural environment
  • to educate the society about different social issues.
  • to safeguard the rights of the child and provide for the well being of children in need like children exposed to any form of abuse, children deprived of education, children suffering from ill health, physical and mental.

Faculty Coordinators:

  • Ms. Sonia Arora
  • Mr. Anmol

Student Coordinator:

  • Lakshay Taneja
  • Raj
  • Suyash Pandey
  • Divansha
  • Ansh
  • Riya Malik
  • Aakriti
  • Vanshika
  • Utkarsh
  • Chitra
  • Mukund
  • Ashima
  • Narayan
  • Shivani
  • Samaksh
  • Muskaan

Swami Vivekananda Branch, Bharat Vikas Parishad

BVP, Established in 1963, Bharat Vikas Parishad is a service-cum-sanskar oriented, non-political, socio- cultural voluntary organisation. It is dedicated to the development and growth of our country in all fields of human endeavour – cultural, social, academic, moral, national and spiritual – by promoting a sense of patriotism, national unity and integrity.

On the birth of Swami Vivekanand i.e. on 12th January, 1963, the Citizens Council set up by leading industrialists and social reformers like late Lala Hans Raj and Dr. Suraj Prakash, initially to mobilise citizens efforts to fight the Chinese attack, was renamed as Bharat Vikas Parishad. It is thus motivated and guided by the ideals and teachings of Swami Vivekanand.

Bharat Vikas Parishad was registered as a Society under the Societies Registration Act 1860 on the 10th July, 1963

Our Sutras

The action plan for implementation of Parishad’s policies and programmes is executed through the following sutras (maxims):

1. Sampark (Fellowship)
Identify and establish personal contacts with such persons who will enroll themselves as members to accept responsibility and render effective assistance in Parishad’s activities.

2. Sahyog (Cooperation)
Enlist active co-operation and support of influential persons and give them responsibility.

3. Sanskar (MoralOrientation)
Educate and orient members and well-wishers by inculcating in them a positive awareness of the noblest aspects and the spiritual values of our heritage.

4. Seva (Service)
The logical culmination of efforts put in during the foregoing stages is service – selfless and dedicated service – not as an act of charity, condescension or favour conferred on the recipient, but in the true spirit of our cultural tradition treating service as worship.

5. Samarpan (Commitment)
All these maxims are indispensable for proper grooming of our citizens and their family members towards the service of our motherland.

Faculty Coordinators:

  • Mr. Santosh Kumar Singh
  • Ms. Sonia Arora
  • Dr. Brahampal
  • Ms. Arushi Kaul
  • Mr. Abhishek
  • Ms. Sakshi
  • Ms. Akshita Gupta
  • Mr. Anmol
  • Ms. Pooja Khurana
  • Mr. Rinku


10th January, 2020: On the occasion of “Vishwa Hindi Diwas”, Trinity Institute of Professional Studies organised an essay writing competition as well as a debate, under the aegis of Swami Vivekananda Branch of Bharat Vikas Parishad (BVP). The event was graced by Dr. Barkha Bahl, Director, Mr. Santosh Kumar, SVB President, Ms. Sonia Arora, SVB Secretary and Dr. Brahmpal Singh, SVB Chief Advisor. The competition witnessed enthusiastic participation by 17 students from various courses who wrote on the idea of nation building as propagated by Swami Vivekananda. The debate was centred on the idea of promoting Hindi and succeeded in spreading awareness amongst students. The event turned out to be highly successful.The participants included Ashish Singh Bist, Kaustubh Tripathy, Lavanya Gandhi, Ravi,Aman Sabri,Himanshu Khulbe,Pawan Rawat,Bhavya,Harmeet Singh,Pankaj Kaushal,Ashish Pandey,Gurnoor Singh,Mandeep Kumar,Piyush Kharbanda,Pranav Anand,Akshat Joseph and Shamit Behal.


1st February, 2020: Hygiene and sanitation session was organised by “Sevarth” the social society of Trinity Institute of Professional Studies, Dwarka and Bharat Vikas Parishad(BVP) on 1st February, 2020 for group D workers of TIPS

The session was organized to educate and spread awareness about sanitation and hospitality and this session was initiated and inspired from swami vivekanand, Narendra Nath Datta. The event was started by a beautiful, heart touching welcoming song for each one present in the session for which audience gave huge applause. Also the director of the institute Dr. Barkha Bahl, beautifully explained the ways of taking initiative in sanitation and hospitality and also focused on etiquette and general behaviour. The volunteers of Sevarth created a P.P.T. which educated people about personal hygiene and ways of cleaning surroundings. An animated video was also shown to spread awareness and make them feel responsible for sanitation and hygiene. In the end the pledge was taken by all the members to clean the surroundings and our nation.


24th January, 2020: Trinity Institute of Professional studies (TIPS) celebrated the 71st republic day on 24th January 2020 with pride and patriotism. This occasion was jointly organised by Sevarth, society of TIPS Dwarka and Bharat Vikas Parishad (BVP) . Children from an NGO, called Robin Hood Army were invited to be part of the celebration and spent a day in the college campus.

Robin Hood Army is a NGO, known for collecting leftover food from events and functions in an around the city. Not only that, they also have volunteers and organise classes for children who belong from very poor backgrounds. The volunteers and children from the NGO were warmly welcomed by the sevarth society and we introduced ourselves to each other. Then they were escorted to the college main gate of the college where the republic day celebration was being held. The celebration begun by flag hoisting by Dr. Barkha Bahl, Director, TIPS along with other dignitaries. A short yet cheerful and soulful music was performed by the Elysian, music society of TIPS. Children from Robin Hood Army then presented a Rajasthani song and recited a thoughtful poem on pollution. Then the Dr. Brakha Bhal, Director , TIPS and Dr. K.K Geetha, Principal cum Director , Law department distributed notebooks and pencils to the Children of Robin Hood Army.

Then the children of NGO were escorted back to a room and were distributed refreshments. The sevarth society members along with volunteers of Robin Hood Army interacted with children , through power point presentations .The president of sevarth society presented a power point presentation on dreams and asked them what they want to be and ensured them their dreams will be achieved through education and hard work. The Robin Hood Army volunteers also gave a brief about their work . Then the children performed an enthusiastic dance performance ..

Then they were also taken for a tour around the college campus. The sevarth society members took them to library , moot court, computer labs , and even taught them how to work on paint and showed them the cafeteria as well.


18th January, 2020: Trinity Institute of Professional Studies organized a ‘Health Talk’ on Drugs and Alcohol under the aegis of ‘Sevarth’ and Swami Vivekananda Branch of Bharat Vikas Parishad (BVP). The chief speaker was Dr. Rajender Kumar, Additional Director, Radiation Oncology at Fortis Hospital. The event was also graced by Dr. Barkha Bahl, Director, Mr. J.P. Mahajan, Director (Academics) Dr. H.P. Garg, Director-General as well as the associates of BVP. Through the talk, Dr. Rajender addressed various issues concerned with drug addition prevalent mostly amongst the youth of the nation. The session was followed by a vote of thanks given by Dr. Barkha Bahl. The talk turned out to be highly enriching as it paved the way for possible solutions to the grave problem and also motivated everyone to fight this issue with determination.


14th March, 2020: The Alumni Cell of Trinity Institute of Professional Studies conducted a free mask distribution drive to help combat Corona Virus. It was a significant step in enhancing awareness amongst people.


16th March, 2020: The management of Trinity Institute of Professional Studies conducted a free mask distribution drive to help combat Corona virus. It was a significant step in enhancing awareness amongst people and strengthening precautionary measures.


5th June, 2019: Swami Vivekananda Branch of Bharat Vikas Parishad Celebrated World Environment Day along with joint collaboration of Govind Branch, Dwarka, BVP. Shri Suresh Jain Ji , National Organizing Secretary, Bharat Vikas Parishad, was the Chief Guest of the event. Shri M. K. Wadhwa Ji, General Secretary, West Delhi, Shri Sarvesh Mahajan Ji, Organizing Secretary, West Delhi, BVP and Shri Balakrishnan Ji, Finance Secretary, Coimbatore Branch, BVP were also the key person who attended today's event. Chief Guests were felicitated with Tulsi Planters as a symbol to reduce to global carbon footprint. Since the Theme of the World Environment Day 2019 was Air Pollution so majority of the speakers emphasized on how we can reduce global carbon emission.

Dr. R. K. Tandon, Chairman, Trinity Institute of Professional Studies, delievered his address on World Environment day by emphasizing on our day to day efforts to reduce pollution. Shri M. K. Wadhwa emphasized the relevance of Tree Plantation to reduce air pollution. Shri Sarvesh Mahajan Ji also emphasized factors which led us to the present polluted environment in which we are living and how our small efforts can contribute to the environment.

The chief guest of the event Shri Suresh Jain Ji stressed that we need to change our attitude the way we consider our resource as taken for granted. If we start over exploiting the resources then the upcoming generations will left with no resources. Over exploitation of resources will also cause several pollution which further create problem for current and coming generations.

Dr. Vikas Rao Vadi, Director, TIPS, Dwarka cautioned us that never let that situation come when we have to pay for safe and pure air as well as we are paying for purified water now. Mrs. Madhu Seth and Dr. P. K. Nayak member of BVP presented their self created Song and Poem respectively. The address was concluded by the vote of thanks from Pradeep Kumar Chourasia, President Swami Vivekananda Branch, Bharat Vikas Parishad. The event was concluded with the Tree Plantation Drive in which all the chief guest and members from different Bharat Vikas Parishad Branches took part.


A Novel Initiative to bring a moment of Joy in the lives of under-privileged students

20th September, 2019: The social society *SEVARTH* initiated by the students of Trinity Institute of Professional Studies, Dwarka in collaboration with Swami Vivekananda Branch*of *Bharat Vikas Parishad* visited a NGO Dwarka Hello Moms on 20th September, 2019, situated in Dwarka Sector -23.

Mrs. Kurup is a Social Activist and the President of Dwarka Hello Moms and a young lady with many dreams. Dwarka Hello Moms is an NGO working towards the cause of teaching underprivileged students by women. The members of Sevarth society interacted with the students in NGO and educated them on different topics like gender equality, Swachh Bharat Abhiyan and taught them some craft. Dance, singing, poem recitation and drawing competitions were also held. The students were appreciated for their talent and were given a price. At last, the donation of stationary and eatables were distributed among the students. The children at Hello Moms were enthusiastic and eager to learn.

It was a great experience for the students of TIPS Dwarka. They really enjoyed spending time with the students and taught them some valuable lessons of life.


15th October, 2019: SEVARTH, the Social Welfare Society under the aegis of IQAC, Trinity Institute of Professional Studies (TIPS), affiliated to GGSIPU organized a Blood Donation Camp in association with Bharat VikasParishad (BVP), Swami Vivekananda Branch and Tarak Hospital Blood Bank.

The camp began on an auspicious note with the lighting of the lamp in the multi- purpose hall,TIPS. The dignitaries included Shri. Jai Prakash Tomar, Member of Khadi and Village Industries Commission, Shri. Suresh Jain, National Organizing Secretary, BVP, Shri. Arun Jain, President Delhi State (West) BVP, Ms.Ritu Sharma, a well-known social activist and Dr.Mangal Singh, Director, Blood Bank Tarak Hospital. The dignitaries were felicitated with a sapling and a shawl by Dr. R.K. Tandon, Chairman TIPS, Dr.BarkhaBahl, Director TIPS and Dr. K.K. Geetha, Principal (Law).

Following the felicitation, Dr. Barkha Bahl addressed the gathering and stressed on the act of donating blood as the noblest contribution and the benefits of donating blood. Thereafter, Dr. R.K. Tandon graced the stage and in his speech, he emphasized on the fact that blood can be a life savior in emergency situations as well as in the case of chronic health issues for people. His speech was followed by that of the eminent guests including Shri. Jai Prakash Tomar whereby he motivated everyone to come forward for the noble cause.

The session was followed by a vote of thanks by Dr. K.K. Geetha, whereby she expressed her gratitude towards the eminent guests for gracing the event with their presence as well as the donors for their contribution. Thereafter, everyone proceeded towards the camp to initiate the act of blood donation. It was initiated by faculty members of TIPS and thereafter, students from various courses came forward to contribute to the noble cause. Enthused with the belief that “a little effort can give others a second chance to live life”, an enthusiastic willingness could be seen among the donors. There was an overwhelming response from students and other donors. The Tarak Hospital Blood bank collected a total of 85 units and some units were rejected due to various reasons. The donors were provided with donor certificate, mugs and refreshment as tokens of gratitude. The camp was highly successful as it provided a platform for people to come forward for a humanitarian cause and kindled a spirit of kindness among them.


2nd November, 2019: Vigilance Awareness Week was observed in Trinity Institute of Professional Studies (TIPS), Dwarka affiliated to G.G.S.I.P.U in compliance with Central Vigilance Commission, from 28th October to 2nd November.

The meeting for the observation of the Vigilance Awareness Week 2019 was held on 31st October in computer lab where Dr.BarkhaBahl, Director TIPS, Dr. K.K. Geetha, Director-cum-principal were also present. Dr.BarkhaBahl read out the integrity pledge and following her, it was sworn in by all the faculty members from various departments. It focused on the need to fight jointly against corruption since it is one of the major obstacles that hamper the nation’s growth. The value of transparency and accountability were emphasized upon. On 1st November, the integrity pledge was administered to the students across various departments by the faculty members. The students also pledged to join the fight against corruption and realized the need to adopt fair practices in life. Thus, the pledge was also a reminder to choose honesty since it helps in character building and to take the nation forward in the true spirit of integrity.



4th November, 2019: A Cleanliness and Hygiene Awareness Walk was organised was organised on 4th November 2019 under the banner of ‘Swachh Bharat Abhiyan’ by the students of Journalism and Mass Communication Department of Trinity Institute of Professional Studies, Dwarka . It was a one day campaign where students as well as faculty members participated with great enthusiasm. Students were divided into various groups and allocated duties accordingly.

An awareness walk was organised from the college premises till Dwarka Sector 10 Metro station where students went on to talk to all the people present on the way and made them aware about the environmental problems like pollution, ban on plastic, odd-even scheme of the government, cleanliness, etc. They even cleaned the complete area with brooms and asked people to not use plastic and suggested alternatives as well.

While on the way, they also shouted slogans like ‘Na Gandagikarenge, nakarnedenge’, ‘Say No to Plastic’, etc. The campaign was also inspired by the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan started by our honourable Prime Minister Shri NarendraModi. They also made posters which added to the visual appeal of the message.

After the walk, they went to distribute sanitary napkins to poor women in a slum area near Dwarka Sector 14 metro station. They had a talk to the women living in slums and told them about how they should maintain hygiene in their area as well as about menstrual hygiene. They even demonstrated how a sanitary napkin shall be used and then disposed off without harming the environment. Afterwards, they gave free napkins to them and told them about the cheapest available napkins in the market and how to get them. Apart from that, they distributed free snacks to their children as well.

The event concluded in the evening and was a great success. It was a small yet powerful appeal to both the educated as well as poor class on how they can do their bit to save their planet

Yoga Session for Faculty

7th December 2019: Trinity Institute of Professional Studies (TIPS), Dwarka organised a Yoga session for its teaching as well as non-teaching staff on 7th December 2019. The session was conducted by Mr. Nishit Shandilya, Mr. Sandeep Goswami, Mrs. Aditi Vashishth, experienced faculty members from the Art of Living Foundation who not only taught Yoga postures that relive stress but also threw light upon the ways to deal with pressure in this modernised world. Everyone participated enthusiastically in the session and benefited greatly through philosophical learning as well. The workshop ended on a positive note as Dr. Barkha Bahl, Director gave the vote of thanks expressing her gratitude for such an enriching session

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