Cultural Activities

Marathi Bhasa Diwas

Marathi Bhasha Diwas is celebrated on February 27 to mark the birth anniversary of notable Marathi litterateur Vishu Vaman Shirwadkar, who was popularly known as ‘Kusumagraj’ On this occasion Famous Marathi songs including ‘Maayboli Marathi’ were sung, also competitions such as Open Mic in Marathi, Fashion Show portraying different ethnic groups and different dialects of Marathi and Marathi Folk Dance were organized by the Cultural Committee to inculcate values such a tolerance and respect towards other languages.

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The birth anniversary of Shivaji Maharaj who is not only revered in Maharashtra, but also equally respected across India for his progressive thinking, rich cultural legacy and efforts to free India from foreign invaders ,was celebrated with great veneration , A huge fort prototype was prepared and put up by students in front of which a play and a dance depicting the life of Lionhearted king were performed.

Freshers party (Gleam Dream)

Freshers’ party is a fun-filled event, which allows the student to meet and greet their new fellow mates and venture into what we call as college life. It is a way to make them feel comfortable in the new joyous environment.


Solasta - A 2 day intra- collegiate fest was organized by the CEEP Committee Where students were given a platform to showcase their talents not only in terms of Fine- Arts or Performing Arts but also as a tool to hone their organizing and executing abilities . The Fest was an amalgamation of Fine Arts events such as T-shirt painting, Face painting, Makeover, mehndi etc and Performing Arts events such as, BeatBoxing,Solo Dance, Group Singing etc to name a few The fest which ended with a DJ night was a huge success.

Twin Day Celebration

Twin day was organized by the cultural committee which exhibited the coordination among the students in terms of planning which involves deciding the same outfits and executing the idea with their peers and buddies.

Raas Malhar (Garba Night)

Navratri, literally meaning "nine nights," is the Hindu festival dedicated to Durga—the feminine form of divinity and her nine forms. Garba is a dance performed during the Navratri in a circle as a symbol of the Hindu view of time. The rings of dancers revolve in cycles, as time in Hinduism is cyclical. As the cycle of time revolves, from birth, to life, to death and again to rebirth, Trcac organized Raas Malhar where students performed gracefully in all decked up in kediyu- Dhoti and Chaniya- Choli , the best Dancers from the students as well as Faculty members were awarded.

Hindi Diwas

Hindi Diwas Hindi language is said to be our national language which serves as unity in diversity. It binds our countrymen together and is a symbol of unification. It was certainly a great decision to dedicate a day exclusively to this language. Hindi Diwas is celebrated with great zeal and enthusiasm in our college as we believe in following our Indian Culture and Tradition with great pride and honor. Hindi Diwas is thus a day to rejoice this rich language. The events organized on Hindi Diwas are a good way to invoke respect for this language and promote its use in the country.

Trcac Cha Laadka (Ganesh Chaturthi Celebration)

Ganesh Chaturthi, also called Vinayaka Chavithi, is an auspicious Hindu festival which is celebrated for 10 days every year Ganesha is known as the God of wealth, sciences, knowledge, wisdom and prosperity. To pay respect towards lord Ganesha, TRCAC, an Eco-friendly Idol of lord Ganesha was installed in a beautiful decorated pandal made by NSS students.

Friendship Day Celebration

To celebrate the most profound and deeply felt relationship, Friendship Day was organised by the cultural committee to encourage and promote healthy fellowship among the students.

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