Deeksharambh is the day of samarpan (commitment) to the Guru to learn music and dance as disciple and Guruâ€™s acceptance as his/her disciple. It is a day of challenge to the Guru (Teacher) as his life has impact on the disciples/students.
It took place in the Milan Hall on July 23, 2015. On this day the new comers (B.A.I) of the college recalling the Indian Guru-Shishya tradition showed their love and respect to the gurus. They requested them to teach Indian classical Music and Dance.Â They offered various things in a plate such as coconut, betel leave, new rice, flower, sweet, supari, and fruits to all the gurus, which reminded their connectedness, integrity, diligence and disciplined life to teach and to lean music and dance. On this auspicious occasion Sir Govind Verma explained the meaning of every item placed on the plate how it is related to the Guru and Shishya in their life of learning; it is a lasting and permanent relationship. Dr. Ramsudhar Singh spoke on this occasion stating that the students are like seeds, which are to be cared and reared to bring up their talents, make them like a big banyan tree in the world and wished them a bright future. Dr.Fr.V.Sebastian, Principal enumerated five â€˜Vâ€™: vinamprata, vinyas, vishwas, vishwaniata, vishwasta (Humility, Openness, Trust, Loyalty and Conviction) to acquire knowledge and to develop the talents, potentials as the students/shishya.
In the beginning of the samaroh a prayer song was sung by the B.A.1st year students. Miss Kajal Tiwari recited the Guru sloka and Guru vandana. Miss Jenifer and Miss Priyanka anchored it and finally the vote of thanks was proposed by Miss Suchita Xalxo, the college leader. Thus deeksharambh became a successful and memorable celebration for the students, especially for the first year students of B.A.