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The Cultural Committee of Usha Pravin Gandhi College of Management, and all the cultural events, encourage the students to go beyond the barriers and prove their worth and talent to the world. Our esteemed college has always bagged many achievements, and has proved itself in every field possible. This year, too, has been a special one.
As every year, we participated in the es- teemed University of Mumbai’s Youth Festival. Armaan Malik (FYBMM) stood first in Western Solo Singing, and also lent his voice to the Salman Khan starrer Jai Ho. Lekhinee Desai (TYBMS) bagged the second position in Classical Dance (Odissi). Our college also participated in Mithibai College’s annual festival, Kshitij, securing the first position overall amongst the 40 participating colleges.
We also placed first in Malini Kishore Sanghvi College’s Crescendo and NL College’s Mirage, and second in Narsee Monjee College’s Drishti. We participated in various events in these festivals like street play, drama, folk dance, Bollywood dance, fashion show, singing, fine arts, quizzes, debates and sports events.
The students also took part in the inter-col- legiate debate competition organised by Fever 104 FM, wherein Riddhi Jain (SYBMM) stood first. Fever 104 visited our college premises and interviewed our faculty members, Prof Madhuvanti Date and Prof Zinat Aboli, along with a few students.
This year, too, UPG participated in the Super Event Manager of the Year con- test, conducted by National Institute of Event Management (NIEM), run by Mr Hoshi Bhiwandiwala. Dhwani Mahesh- wari (TYBMM) and Anmol Trikha (MScIT Part I) stood second, beating colleges from all over Mumbai. Our college was one of the only three who received this prestigious award.
At UPG, we believe in nurturing the bud- ding students and believing in their talents, to give them the confidence and the wings to fly high and go beyond their dreams. The Cultural Committee does just that, pushing you across the cliff to help you fly and soar high.