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Student's Council
Overview

 It’s time to ring out the old year and ring in the new. The Students’ Council of 2014-15 headed by General Secretary Disha Selarkahad an action packed year.

 

Events have been a reason of enthusiasm, activity and interaction all year round. It all began with the celebration of “friendship day” where “best buddies” were seen dressed similarly. With photo booths put up and eatery stalls in place, it seemed like a reason to convey the message of love, togetherness and most importantly that of friendship. And the Council forged a new bond of friendship that day, dedicating the event to a social cause by supporting Vidya (an NGO supporting education for slum children).

 

Then came the day marked to honour the “Guru”, the sole person without whose efforts we possibly would never be capable of doing the simplest of tasks on Planet Earth. Organized for them was a show put up by students at JuhuJagruti Hall. Following which, the teachers were made to play a treasure hunt that led them to the staffroom decorated with hand written cards by the students. Some fun games and soft music added to the environment.

 

The Independence Day, a day holding tremendous importance in any country’s history, was ringed in with the felicitation of two traffic policemen. Alive performance by our very own college band, added to the celebration. All the students were dressed in tricolour, they indeed brought out the true meaning of the day: “SaareJaahan Se Acha, Hindustan Humara”. To add to the spirit of the day, an online voter registration drive was arranged to encourage the youth of the nation. More than 200 students and also some of the staff members from various colleges of the SVKM group registered online for voter id cards.

 

Annual Day is a day to reward talent, hard work and achievements of the students. It indeed was wonderful show put together at Bhaidas Hall on 18th December 2014. The occasion was graced by the Chief Guest Ms.Manju Nichani.

 

Dressed in traditional clothes with roses being exchanged, the students celebrated traditional and rose day with great enthusiasm. Monochrome day was also celebrated with students dressing up only in shades of black and white.

 

Intra-UPG, a 3-day sports festival was organised from December 21 to 23, 2014, the 1st day was dedicated to indoor sports and students participated with huge enthusiasm. The next 2 days were organised at the Jamnabai Narsee School grounds where students, teachers and the non-teaching staff participated in a number of activities such as Cricket, football, athleticsetc.thleticsetc.