College Clubs

The college provides a number of clubs to nurture the talents of students in various faculties. The details of activities undertaken by these clubs are highlighted below:
The Nature, Art and Photography Club is an initiative towards sensitizing the student community on environment matters and also a platform for appreciation of art. Further, the club undertakes activities for development of photography skills amongst member students.
Report of the Nature, Art and Photography for Academic Year 2013-14
FLOWER ARRANGEMENT COMPETITIONNature Art and Photography club organised FLOWER ARRANGEMENT COMPETITION on 27th August 2013 at 11.30 am in Auditorium. The Competition was coordinated by Asst Prof. Ishwari Kalangutkar and Asst. Prof. Vibha Pai Angle and judged Dr. Deepali karmali Churi ,Ms. Namrata Wagle and Ms. Gloria Fernandes. Total eleven teams participated in competition.
Prize winners of the competition:
First Place: Ms.Ashweeta Goankar, Nirmala Savaiverekar and Sampada Amonkar.
Second Place: Mr Sonal Kambli and Ms.Tanvina Sheikh.
Third place: Ms.Naziya Shiekh and Ms. Nandini Zawar .
Ms.Janifer Goansalves and Ms. Queenie Dias
Ms.Navya Gunagi,
Ms.Kavita Shirodkar
Ms. Sazia Sheikh.

Theatre Club was established in the year 2000 to enhance the acting skills and to build up self confidence and to developed the overall Personality of the Students.
Since inception the members of the club has participated in various intercollegiate one act play and skit competition organized by Kala Academy, Rajiv Kala Mandir, Directorate of Sports and Youth Affairs Gomantak-Sakaal , a various organizations. The members of the club has bagged various prizes during these competitions.
Theatre Club has invited various prominent and well known theatre artists like Ms. Varsha Usgaonkar, Shri Ramesh Bhatkar, Shri Ajinkya Dev and Shri Sachin Kedekar. This has provided opportunity to our students to interact with theartre personalized and get important tips to enhance their theatre Skills.
The Club is continuously conducting Theatre workshops to sharpen the theatre skill and to remove stage inhibitions and fear among the students. During the current academic year, the workshop was conducted under the guidance of Mr. Santosh Shetkar, wherein 28 students actively participated.
Presently the Theatre club is headed by Prof. Pravin Gaonkar. Other members includes Prof. Shashikant Morajkar – Asst. Incharge, Prof. Nagesh Kamat – Member and Prof. Felcy Coelho – Member.

Theatre Club

The Reading Club aims at developing the Reading Habit among students and to help them find their hidden talents with the help of following activities-
1. A visit to The Goa University Library
2. Article/Book Review
3. Special Lectures on various issues related to- Career, Literature, Mass Media, Study Techniques etc.
4.Book Exhibition
5. Competitions: a) Extempore Speech
b) Essay and Poetry Writing.

Reading Club
The college has a movie club called the Filmy Club which aims at developing a culture of discriminating film viewing among the students.The major activity of the club is to screen classic films and discuss the finer aspects of the film. Several films have been screened – the Mel Brooks comedy, ‘History of the World Part 1’ the George Cukor musical ‘My Fair Lady’ based on George Bernard Shaw’s play ‘Pygmalion’,which students of the F.Y. B.Com. have to study in their English paper, and the Marathi film ‘Harishchandrachi Factory’ which describes how Dadasaheb Phalke helped set up the Indian film industry.  Entry to the films screened is done on a first come first served basis.The club also plans to organize workshops by filmmakers and actors, as also encourage students to participate in film festivals. A competition among students to make videos using their cell phone cameras is also on the cards.
Movie Club
The I.T. club was started with the sole purpose of learning Computers and its various applications, which are not in the syllabus, through fun filled methods. The students are actively involved in the whole process and they are eager to exchange their knowledge and expertise with their friends and learning is a pleasure since no formal lecture methods are used but usually demonstrations and displays play an integral part here. Students choose the club voluntarily and usually work with a lot of enthusiasm.
Every year the senior member students organise an introductory session for the juniors for an orientation about the club activities. This session also includes various ice-breaking games which help the students to know each other and work for the entire year comfortably.
I.T – Club Activities- 2015-16
I.T Club members:
Shilpa Tripathi- Club Incharge
Shraddha Shikerkar
25th August 2015: I.T Club organised a field trip to Verna industrial area and cortolim to Genora Infotech, Infinity 3D, Smartlink. 40 Students and 2 faculty members Prof.Shilpa Tripathi and Prof. Shraddha Shikerkar became part of this educational trip.
21st August 2015: I.T Club organised talk on Spoken Tutorial Project of IIT Bombay. The resource person Gaurang Bane explained students about the MHRD initiative and the benefits that will be there offered through these courses.
11th July 2015: I.T Club in collaboration with placement cell organized a talk on various career related opportunities and courses in the area of Animation, web designing, and disk Jockey.
I.T Club members (Faculty):-2014-15
Shilpa Tripathi –Club Incharge
Alpa Malik
Shraddha Shikerkar
On 11th February 2015 I.T Club in collaboration with placement cell organised a talk on Animation, career and opportunity.On 22nd December 2014 I.T club organized an inter class competition ‘Computer fun Olympiad for boys (NFS Most wanted) and girls (Angry Birds-space). 55 students from different classes participated.On 15th December 2014 club organized an inter class competition on ‘wealth out of e-waste’. Students from different classes participated enthusiastically. The event was judged by three judges. The winners were:
1st prize:’E’
2nd prize:’C’
3rd prize:’C’
Consolation Prize:’B’ Llewelyn Lopes (1333) & Ambrata(1335)
I.T – Club Activities- 2013-14
I.T Club members:
Sangeeta Jadhav –Club Incharge
Shilpa Tripathi
Nilkanth Shet Shirodkar
2nd January 2014: Best out of E-waste competition was organized by the club to encourage young creators.
21st Dec 2013: Computer Fun Olympiad, computer gaming competition was organized for Boys(NFS Most wanted) and Girls(Angry Birds)
13th December 2013: a Field Trip to Verna Industrial Area was organized in the following companies : Hindustan Coca Cola Beverages Pvt.Ltd, Genora Infotech, and Smartlink and 34 students attended the same along with Prof. Shilpa Tripathi
31st August 2013: I.T club organized a field trip to Verem and Verna Industrial Area . The field Trip was attended by 15 students and two teachers, Ms Sangeeta Jadhav , Ms Shilpa Tripathi . The group visited and interacted with : SBI, Verem; Genora Infotech, Verna.
29 August 2013: I. T Club organized a talk on “E-waste management” by Mr. Ashley Delaney, Co- founder and head of Group Ten Plus. It was attended by around 60 students.
11 July 2013: A talk on Dance and Music Software – ‘Using Sonar and Fruity Loops’ was organized by the I.T. Club. Mr. Roque Lazarus, ex-member of ‘Remo and the Microwave Poppadums’ band was the guest speaker. He demonstrated voice and instruments editing using the software. Also a jingle was created on the famous Dempo Anthem with the help of students. The talk was attended by 25 students and the faculty members.
IT Club
10th July 2015: Talk on Stress Management and Yoga Club was inaugurated at the hands of Dr. Suraj Kanekar.
Ms. Megha Kampli from FYBCom A demonstrated various asanas during the Occation.
Yoga Club started yoga classes in the College under the guidance of Asst. Prof. Shashikant Morajakar

E-Cell (Entrepreneurship Cell)

The college E-Cell has been established in the academic year 2014-15. This cell has been set up in association with Centre for Incubation and Business Acceleration (CIBA), Assagao and with support from E-Cell of Goa Institute of Management (GIM). E-cells helps students understand the various benefits of entrepreneurship and think of it as a viable and lucrative career option. It also encourages independent and entrepreneurial talent and provides a platform for young budding entrepreneurship. The cell has conducted number of programmes including business plan competitions, marketing competitions, social network based competitions and has invited guest speakers and entrepreneurs for motivating students to take the path of entrepreneurship. areer option. It also encourages independent and entrepreneurial talent and provides a platform for young budding entrepreneurship. The cell has conducted number of programmes including business plan competitions, marketing competitions, social network based competitions and has invited guest speakers and entrepreneurs for motivating students to take the path of entrepreneurship. neurs for motivating students to take the path of entrepreneurship.

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