Thou art light, fill me with thy light

Thou art Light, fill me with Thy Light

Equal Opportunity Cell

The Equal Opportunity Cell stands as a Pillar to the social justice in the institution. The society works towards its commitment of creating avenues for students with disability to fulfil their potential and create an awareness among the members of the institution to the needs of students with disability and under-represented sections of the society. Its scope lies in creating an atmosphere of equality with special privileges to least advantaged group of the educational institution. The society also focuses on the academic discourses to sensitize the college community. Extra-curricular activities are conducted to bring knowledge and awareness among the student community.


Dr. Anu Saxena (Convenor)


Ms. Disha Narula
Mr. Roshan Praveen Xalxo


Ms. Saloni Khattak +91-8700727593

Vice President

Ms. Ria Bains +91-9911628111

Activities/events conducted in 2018-19

EOC members audio recorded several readings for students with visual impairment of Jesus and Mary College as per her requirements. The process was carried out in consultation with the student. The recordings were done in a systematic manner with each recording mentioning the recording number and necessary details of the reading. This process was carried out throughout the academic year.

In the annual cultural festival of our college-Montage’19, EOC organised ‘Prayas 2019’-an annual inter-college competition for students with disability. Three competitions were organised: Painting, Vocal and Instrument playing competitions.

EOC organised its annual meet ‘Unnati 2019’ on March 27, 2019. Mr. Gulfam Ahmed was the keynote speaker for the event. He is a National Para Athlete who has won 26 medals and also holds the title of Mr. Wheelchair India, 2015. Our special guest for the occasion was Ms. Kajal Mishra, an alumnus of Jesus and Mary College and former President of EOC. The event concluded with a performance by Asmita theatre: 'Naina ki Kahani', depicting the life journey of Arunima Sinha, the first female amputee to scale Mount Everest.