Context: To undertake activities that help to create awareness programmes under Make in India initiative and go local, arrange mentorship programmes, assisting the students in sourcing finances for their start-ups.
The Practice & Evidence of Success
Context: To undertake activities for development of the surrounding area and inculcate the value and culture of community bonding among students.
As an institute we understand that with academics we also have a responsibility to help students to develop their skills and encourage talent by organizing events under the head of extra curricular activities. Our Cultural committee undertakes the responsibility in full charge by arranging various activities. The students here learn to organize and also get a chance to showcase their talent. On behalf of Mumbai University youth festival competition for elims divide into 08 Zones our college in Zone 3 (Bandra to Dahisar).Nearly 750 -800 colleges participates in this competition. Total 43 events our college participated in various competitions like literary art, Fine art, performing art, Folk dance, Folk Orchestra, classical singing, percussion and on percussion instrument, Indian group song, western group song, Installation,Photography,Shortfilm making, Quiz,Mehendi,Rangoli,Jackpot and versatility. For elimination round, our college participated in all 43 events .out of 43more than 22 selected for final. In final we won 1Gold Medal, 4 silver medals, 5 Bronze medals, 04 consolation prizes. Out of this will selected for state and National level.
The Delhi Republic Day parade is the largest and most important of the parades marking the Republic Day celebrations in India. The parade takes place every year on the 26th of January at Rajpath, New Delhi. It is the main attraction of India's Republic Day celebrations, which last for three days. The first parade was held in 1950, and it has been held every year since. The parade marches from the Rashtrapati Bhawan along the Rajpath, upto India Gate and from there to Red Fort. It opens with the unfurling of the national flag by the President of India. This is followed by marching from several regiments of the Army, Navy, and Air Force, along with their bands. Tableaus from various states signifying their cultures are displayed. A beating retreat ceremony signifies the end of the parade. Our NSS Volunteer Ms.Shivani Gokhale participated in the parade of Republic day held at Rajpath, New Delhi on 26 January.