Harmony

College is a place, where a person learns to be ‘whole student’. On college campus, extracurricular activities work as key tool for the students to enhance their personal skills and experiences like confidence; self-presentation; teamwork and collaboration; time management and organizational skills; self-awareness; self-discipline; open mindedness to move beyond boundaries and experiment with different idea; communication skills; the ability to cope with criticism and learn from them resulting in a whole new developed, changed and an improved person.

The Annual cultural festival “Harmony” was celebrated in our College. According to the Indian culture, before starting any auspicious event, we worship the God. Lord Ganesha, is considered very divine so we started programme with “Ganesh Vandana”. After this They performed college theme dance on “Masti ki pathshala”; folk dance; drama on “kal thi regular”, “Sacho sathvaro mari dikri no” to describe impotance of girl child in family as well society, “Bhejafry” – Comedy , “Pani re pani” on politics; Instrument play; solo dances; group dances and so many entertainment as well inspirational performances done by students in cultural programme “Harmony”.

 

Navratri 

Navratri is an important major festival and is celebrated all over Gujarat. Inculcating a sense of culture and unity is the essence of any Indian festival and Navratri is a portrait of colour, action, music and togetherness.

GARBA UTSAV was an all-student function embodying a mesmerizing array of colors, tradition and pious feelings. This function is one a series of events meant to cherish and strengthen the student-teacher relationships and senior-junior bonding. We all dress in colourful traditional Gujarati costume and dance to the age old traditional Navratri rhythms. All the students of college as well faculty members were participated in “Garba Utsav” with full of joy and interest and do various types of Garba dances – Garbo, Dodhiya, Sanedo and ends with DJ.

This fun-filled  event ended with the desire to meet next year on Navratri with extra vigor and zeal.