SAPTADHARA or Seven Streams was initiated:
1: To involve students in academic, co curricular and extracurricular activities of their choice and interest
2: To create a confluence of activities so that the flow of activities continues unabated and functions as medium to channelize other streams and activities
3: To provide options to students and staff members for association and development through activities of interest
4: To improve the overall involvement of students and help them mould their personality
Being a rural women’s college with students from nearly 90 villages it was difficult to involve them in activities other than class room teaching. The IQAC along with staff members under the guidance of the Principal decided to implement the Seven Streams or SAPTADHARA so as to encourage students to select and participate in activities of their own interest.
These activities are divided into seven streams. Students have to opt for at least one of the streams according to their interest. Each stream is coordinated by a team of two staff members and representatives from each class.
|1||Knowledge Stream (Gyan Dhara)||Dr.M.H.Katariya|
|2||CREATIVE EXPRESSION STREAM (SARJANATMAK ABHIVYAKTI DHARA)||Dr.P.R.Pandya|
|3||FINE ARTS STREAM (RANG, KALA, KAUSHALYA DHARA)||Dr.J.M.Patel|
|4||THEATRE STREAM (NATYA DHARA)||Smt.J.K.Vohra|
|5||MUSIC AND DANCE STREAM (GEET, SANGEET, NRUTYA DHARA)||Smt.J.K.Vohra|
|6||YOGA AND SPORTS STREAM (VYAYAM, YOG, KHEL-KUD DHARA)||Shri.M.L.Gamit|
|7||COMMUNITY/SOCIAL SERVICE STREAM (SAMUDAYA SEVA DHARA)||Dr.P.M.Prajapati|