International Yoga Day was celebrated with good feel and unity at Yoga and Fitness Centre of Delhi
Pharmaceutical Sciences & Research University (DPSRU). The program was inaugurated by the Chief
Guest of the program Dr. Srinivasan from IREDA,New Delhi, Prof. R.K. Goyal, Prof. Harvinder Popli,
Prof. D.P. Pathak and conducted the yoga session in the presence of Acharya C. P. Ray and practiced
Yoga. The whole programme was coordinated by Dr. Shilpa Jain. After valediction, refreshments were
distributed to all.


Freedom in the Mind… Faith in the words … Pride in
our souls …!

The 72 nd Independence Day was celebrated on 15th August 2018 with great enthusiasm and respect to the Nation. The ceremony started in the sports complex ground and a large number of staff, students and parents were presence. The Vice Chancellor Prof. Ramesh K. Goyal accompanied by
the University security guards Squad leaded by Mr. Shivjee Pandey begun the program by customary unfurling of the National flag and the National anthem. There was a parade of security guards along with students of the University. The Spirit of freedom and unity was celebrated by the melodious performance of Raag (the music society) which was dedicated to the martyrs of independence struggle of India.

Prof. Goyal in his address to gathering called for keeping pace with emerging technology in education, sports and finance fields and be innovative. The University hopes to send students to actively participate in the sports like Asian games and Olympics. Prof. Harvinder Popli instilled patriotism and love in the audience for country by her wonderful and crisp speech. Professor D. P. Pathak, Offg. Director DIPSAR addressed everyone and expressed pride in our rich culture, our army and we as Indian citizens. The programme was concluded with a Vote of thanks by Dr. Rajiv Kumar Tonk, Patron-Student Council.


To commemorate the birthday of Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan on 5 th September 2018 Teacher’s
Day was celebrated.The event started with an address by Prof. R. K. Goyal highlighting the importance of teachers in student life and was followed by a series of fun games for the faculty members distributed in teams. There was presentation of the small skit by the Fitoor- the drama society, who addressed the balance between modern and ancient education system. The music society (Raag) also performed a medley of songs and the dance society () dedicated their performance to the great dancers of India. The event was handled by the literary society of the institution- Verve.​


A cultural program for the new students of DIPSAR & DPSRU 2018 was celebrated on November 16, 2018
in the auditorium of DPSRU. Miss Shreya Chopra (Miss India Glammonn 2017-18) was invited as the Chief Guest. The function started with the lamp lighting and welcome by Prof. R. K Goyal, followed by the motivating speech of Prof. Harvinder Popli. During inauguration the Office bearers of the student council-2018 were introduced by Dr. Rajiv Tonk (Patron, Student Council) as Manish Dagar (President), Ravi Kumar (Vice president), Ashish Kumar (Cultural Secretary), Dharmanshu (Joint Secretary), Shivani Giri (General Secretary), Rakshit (Sports Secretary) and Kanishka (Girls representative). All the elected Office members were felicitated by Miss Shreya Chopra, Hon’ble Vice Chancellor and other dignitaries present there. Md. Shoaib was selected as Mr. Freshers’ and Miss Sakshi was selected as Miss Freshers’. The event ended with a dance session enjoyed by all the students and staff of the University.


Lohri & Makar Sankranti were celebrated with a lot of excitement in the university campus on 16 th January 2019. The celebration started by gathering around bonfire, offering sweets and popcorn to the flame by chanting of mantras. After offering prayers, peanuts, popcorns, and rewaries, Til-laddu and various food items were distributed among every one present on the occasion. The festival of harvest
was celebrated with utmost zeal and enthusiasm. Lohri is essentially a festival dedicated to the Sun
god. It is a joyous time to eat gur and peanuts sing songs and share the warmth with loved ones. The
entire DPSRU family i.e. staff, teachers and students dance together and celebrated the festival with full
diligence and earnestness.


The 70 th Republic Day was celebrated first time
by the staff and students with patriotic fervour
and great happiness in the university campus.
The celebration commenced with the customary
unfurling of the national flag by Prof. R. K. Goyal VC,
DPSRU followed by the National Anthem. Then the
parade of two groups, one from students command
and other from security guards, started in the
sports ground and salute was given to the Hon’ble
Vice Chancellor.

On this auspicious occasion Prof. R. K. Goyal address
to the gathering and expressed pride in the rich
cultural past of the country. He urged every student
to work with honesty and dedication for the nation.
He said that poverty, illiteracy and unemployment
are the three major factors which is pulling us back
and making people to sort to the bad ways of living
life. Still with all these problems, Unity in diversity
has been the biggest symbol of our country. At
the end of his speech he said “I feel that we make
our progress in the good direction in the coming
days and the feeling of oneness remains in the
progressive days of tomorrow” Jai Hind.
Prof. D.P. Pathak also focussed on unity in his speech
and express thanks to all present there for making
the day more patriotic and memorable.


National Voter’s day celebrated in collaboration
with district election commission, south on 25 th
January 2019. The theme of the function was
“Empowering Young & Future Voters”. The chief
guest of the function was Prof. R.K. Goyal, VC
DPSRU. The programme started with the lamp
lighting followed by Floral welcome of the chief
guest by the, ADM, South Delhi. Various cultural
programmes such as solo song, Solo dance, Duet
Dance, Group Dance and Band were performed by
the student’s members of dance, cultural and band
societies of DIPSAR and DPSRU. Prof. R.K. Goyal and
Mr. Tanvir in their speech explained the importance
of voting system in India by giving various attention-
grabbing examples. At the end of the function cash
prizes and certificates were distributed to the


A blood donation camp was organised by the Delhi Pharmaceutical Science and Research University (DPSRU) in the campus in collaboration with the
AIIMS, New Delhi, India on October 31 st Jan. 2019.
More than 75 volunteers from among the students, faculty and staff members participated voluntarily in the camp. A small awareness program was also organised for Thalassemia. Prof. Shridhar Dwivedi Chairman-BOG was the Chief Guest, Prof. Ramesh K. Goyal, DPSRU, Prof. D. P. Pathak & Prof. Harvinder Popli were presence during the camp program was
coordinated by NSS Co-ordinator Dr. Saminathan J. and NSS Co-coordinators Dr. Siddarth Sen and Dr. Rajiv Tonk.


“God is one but he has innumerable forms. He is the creator of all and he himself takes the human form.”
On the eve of Gurpurab, students of DPSR University organized a special function where they spoke and
enacted about life and philosophy of Guru Nanak Devji. Students came dressed in traditional attires.
The celebration started with prabhat pheri after which they sang hymns, gave speeches, enacted his teachings like sharing, equality with everyone and this really charged the atmosphere with positive vibes and created a mesmerizing aura.The traditional practices carried out like in gurudwars
on the day of gurpurab like sewa, kirtan and langar and the path of Guru Granth Sahib (the holy book of
Sikhs) etc. was followed on this occasion. The ritual was graced with the presence of Prof. R.K. Goyal, Prof. Harvinder Popli, Prof. D.P. Pathak and all the teaching and non-teaching staff members and students.


Debate competition was organised by NSS in
collaboration with DPSRU on 1 st Feb 2019. Dr.
Harvinder Popli and Dr. Raman Dang graced the
occasion with their presence. A total number of 13 teams, including students from various colleges & disciplines participated. The topic of debate was ‘Does modernization leads to loss of Culture?’. A highly enthusiastic spirit of students made the event a great success.


A candle march was organized at DPSRU campus
by the student council to pay tribute to the martyrs of Pulwama terror attack and to appeal for peace and harmony. All the staff members and students of  DIPSAR and DPSRU participated with full interest to show the unity of DPSRUITES against the terrorism. The march started from the DPSRU building, passed through whole campus and ended at MB road, main gate DPSRU. During march students kept candles, flag and showed patriotic slogans.


Farewell party “NEVER SAY GOODBYE” on 18 th April 2019 in the college auditorium where students
bid farewell to the outgoing students with great enthusiasm and off course nostalgia. Black & White
was the theme of the day. Function began with a floral welcome of the dignitaries and Saraswati Vandana. Lamp Lighting Ceremony was done by Prof. R.K. Goyal, Dr. RamanDang, D.P. Pathak, Dr. Harvinder Popli, Dr. Rajiv Tonk, Mr. Ashish Kumar (Cultural Secretary). Member of Dais bid farewell to the students by wishing them good luck in their highly impulsating speech. He also expressed his hope that students will continue holding top positions in the university. Students presented very entertaining group dance, solo
dance, solo song performances & poetries. Ramp floor was left open for some unbridled energy. Joy
and happiness could be seen among students of each and every course at the college.