Tatva is the annual cultural fest of the College of Vocational Studies. The fest is said to be one of the grandiose events in all of the Delhi University colleges that host several competitive events including fashion, street dance and street play competitions. Tatva has seen colossal performances by reputed and celebrated artists such as Raftaar, The Local Train, BIG Dhillon, Dilpreet Dhillon, Maadhyam Band and many more. From competitive events to stellar performances organised by the Tatva.
The Thespian, organised by the theatre society, DramaNomics is an eye-catcher and has been one of the main attractions of the fest. Tatva aims to raise social issues through its events where sensitive topics such as ban culture, child labour and religious fanaticism have been shed light upon. The dance competition at Tatva that has been handled under the CVS dance society ZestStreets has witnessed some of DU’s most renowned street dance societies competing. The fashion society of CVS - Manthan, a popular name in the DU circuit witnesses some of the leading fashionistas from around Delhi. Tatva doesn’t only aim to encourage the artists or organise awe-inspiring performances but seeks to strengthen the community by boosting other colleges’ societies by ensuring a safe environment and healthy competition. It even ensures the well-being of its people and constitutes a neutral environment for everyone - be it from any college or any university.