Nari Sewa Samiti
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Main address: Raja Nawab Ali Road, Lucknow 226001 Uttar Pradesh, India

Nari Sewa Samiti

Nari Sewa Samiti is a non-profit organisation in Uttar Pradesh, India. Together, we have joined hands to restore the rights of thousands of deprived women and girls child. You can also help make a difference by making a donation or by sponsoring the education of girls and women empowerment.
Raja Nawab Ali Road Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh
Phone: 91-522-2623464, 522-2480027
Nari Shiksha Niketan Post-Graduate College

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Nari Shiksha Niketan PG College is affiliated to the University of Lucknow and is NAAC accredited.
There are three faculties offering courses structured as per the University guidelines. Under regular courses 15 subjects are offered by the faculty of Arts and 4 subjects are taught in the faculty of Science. The Faculty of Commerce, M.A. (Hindi), and Psychology in B.A. are under the self financing programme.
The academic session for 2015-2016 started on the 16th July for both the regular and self financing courses as the college re-opened after the summer break.

National Cadet Corps (NCC)

The 19th U.P. Battalion of N.C.C. is located in the college and Lieutenant Dr Razia Parveen leads the unit. The unit comprises of hundred cadets. Three cadets were selected for the IGC-2015. Aakansha Pandey was selected for pre-RDC 1 and 2. The cadets participated in Pulse Polio, Blood Donation, HIV AIDS, Traffic management, female infanticide and anti-drug campaigns. A rally was organized by the cadets on 8th Dec 2015 for awareness of non-communical diseases. Dr. Razia Parveen participated in the Combined Annual Training Camps.

Under the supervision of Dr. Razia Parveen and Dr. Shobha Tripathi, one hundred cadets and students of the college participated in the Primary School Reformation Programme ‘Ankuram’ conducted by I Care India. The college was awarded first prize in the entire state and the Principal received the trophy from the DM, Sri. Rajshekhar and the VC of Lucknow University Prof. S.B Nimse. Dr. Razia Parveen and Dr. Shobha Tripathi were also awarded letters of appreciation for the same.


Dr. Mamta Dogra, Assistant Professor, Department of Physical Education, participated in “Late Dr. Sameer Mishra Memorial Teacher’s District Badminton Tournament” held in K.D Singh Babu Stadium, Lucknow and won second prize in singles and first prize in doubles badminton trophy.

Three players Kajol Sonkar, Aakansha Rawat and Pooja Kashyap participated in Junior District Level Volleyball in Moradabad and Jyoti Verma, participated in Senior State Volleyball tournament in Ghaziabad.

Extra-Curricular activities

Various lectures and interactive workshops were organized for the students by various organizations aiming on vocational trainings, career counselling and personality development. A lecture on employment awareness was delivered by Sri. S.M Shahid Hussain Naqvi from Vishva Vidhalaya Sewayojan Soochna Evam Mantrana Kendra, Lucknow on 30th Sept 2015. On 18th November 2015 a workshop was organised on Skill Development by NSDC, Ministry of Skill Development and Enterprenurship, Government of India.

Founder’s week activities

This year the founder week was celebrated from 2nd to 7th November 2016 to commemorate our founder late Padamshree Mona Chandravati Gupta. During the week many inter-collegiate competitions like Swarachit Kavita, Volley ball tournament, Rangoli, Mehendi, Poster, Quiz, Folk-dance, Folk song, Essay-writing and Debate were organized. Around 12 Colleges from Lucknow participated in all the events and Nari Shiksha Niketan P. G. College secured positions in nearly all the events.

On 3rd November in the Essay competition, Divya Rai of Navyug Kanya Maha Vidyalaya PG College, and Shipra Tripathi of BSNV PG College were given the first and second prizes respectively. In the Mehndi competition held on 2nd November, the first prize went to Saira Bano of Cambridge College and the second prize was bagged by Komal Nishad of Mahila PG College. On the same day in the poster competition, Harshit Singh of JNPG College, Diksha Awasthi of Nari Shiksha Niketan PG College and Shikha Singh Kushwaha of Mahila PG College got the first, second and third prizes respectively. In the rangoli competition, Shanti Devi of Nari Shiksha Niketan PG College got the first prize whereas Ritika Singh and Surriya Verma of Mahila PG College got the second and third prizes respectively. On 3rd November, an extempore speech contest was held. Manoj Yadav of BSNV PG College, Sadaf Ayub of IT College and Divya Rai of Navyug Kanya Mahavidyalaya PG College were placed first, second and third respectively. In the creative writing poetry section, Pragya Bajpai of Nari Shiksha Niketan PG College, Vishal Nandan Tiwari of JNPG College and Muntaha Fatima of Mahila PG College won the first, second and third prizes in that order. In “Mrs Sushila Devi Agarwal Memorial Running Trophy Girls Volleyball Inter- Collegiate Tournament” held on 4th November 2016, the final match was played between Guru Nanak Girls College and Nari Shiksha Niketan PG College. A total number of 6 teams participated and the running trophy was won by Guru Nanak Girls College while Nari Shiksha Niketan PG College was the runner ups.

On 5th November in the Folk song event, Sumit Sharma of JNPG College, Shubham Pandey and Astha Nath of BSNV PG College were declared first, second and third respectively. In the folk dance competition, Pragya Pandey of Nari Shiksha Niketan PG College won the first prize and Shraddha Singh of Ramadheen College and Monika Singh of Nari Shiksha Niketan PG College won second and third prizes respectively. Same day in the quiz competition, Karamat Hussain PG College team won the first prize and Nari Shiksha Niketan PG College secured the second position.

On 6th November a debate was organized on the topic “Are Social Networking Sites Useful for our Society?” Seven colleges participated and the running trophy instituted to honour the Memory of Sri Ashok Kumar Agarwal was awarded to BSNV PG College. The team from Nari Shiksha Niketan PG College was placed second. Ankita Gupta of Guru Nanak Girls Degree College and Prafful Diwedi of BSNV PG College were the best speakers in the individual category.

On 7th November 2013 the concluding day, the faculty presented a vibrant cultural programme. The college was awarded running trophy by Smt. Nandini Pattani for its second best performance.

Annual Function

The Annual Function and prize distribution ceremony was held on 8th February 2016 at Natya Kala Kendra. The chief guest Ms.Piya Krishna, President, Nari Sewa Samiti, graced the occasion with her presence. Various awards were given to the meritorious students to encourage them. The late Smt.Mona Chandrawati Award for the highest marks in B.Sc.III and B.A.III were given to Saima Khatoon and Pratibha Bajpai respectively. The late Smt. Asha Gupta awards were given to Pooja Vishwakarma and Priya Dikshit for securing highest marks in M.A. II and M.A.I respectively. The students who secured highest marks in B.A. I and II, B.Sc. I and II and B.Com I and II were also awarded. The students who secured highest marks in various subjects were given medals. In addition to the academic achievements awards were also given for best volunteer NSS, best cadet NCC, best worker Proctorial Board,best sports person and also for cultural activity co-operation to students excelling in co-curricular activities. Sudha Prakash Memorial Scholarship was given to Kiran Gupta of B.A 11.

Development work in the College

The college had received a general development grant and a grant under 14 merged schemes in the 11th plan- the UGC Network Resource Centre, Career Counselling Cell and Remedial coaching cell were conceptualized and made operational for the students of the college. The purpose of these cells is to provide a technology-oriented environment to facilitate learning through audio- visual means and also provide career counselling. The website of the college is updated every quarter

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