Cultural Week-2016

Event: Cultural Week
Type: Celebration Cum Competition
Date: 26th July to 30th July, 2016

Our culture, our traditions, our language are the foundations upon which we build our identity. Culture is the process by which a person becomes all they were created capable of being says Thomas Carlyle. With this motif, Cultural Club organised Cultural Week from 25th July, 2016 to 30th July, 2016. Giving students not only the cultural exposure but also the essence of dynamic team work, leadership qualities, coordination and organisational skills to face up the real life challenges ahead of them.

The Cultural fiesta having been organized from July 25th to July 30th, the festival consisted of celebration lasting for six different days:-

25th July 2016 Blue Day
26th July 2016 Patriotic Day
27th July 2016 Jodi Kamal Ki Day
28th July 2016 Filmy Day
29th July 2016 Scribble Day
30th July 2016 Traditional Day

25th July, 2016 - Blue Day

Water Water everywhere but not a single drop to drink” these are the famous line of S.T. Coleridge from one of his; the most famous and marvelous work “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner

With these words in focus and referring to the running conditions of the depreciating state of water, Cultural Club organized “BLUE” DAY on 25th July 2016- the first n foremost day of the cultural week. Blue symbolizes the most important element of life - water. The chief principle behind Blue day was to spread awareness among the students about the deteriorating state of water and to encourage them to take a step forward and contribute in water conservation. Though, the entire planet is covered with almost 79% of water the irony lies in the fact that only 1% of it is accessible for drinking purpose.

It’s truly said “Anything is valuable in two situations………..before getting it and after losing it”. So before it gets too late, let us appreciate the heavenly gift to mankind by God- the water and preserve for our very generations.

Deep down in the valley, as the mountain tops were covered by mist. So, was the Christ College beautifully decorated with blue color. On this day, all the students and staff members of Christ College actively participated by wearing blue apparel. The campus was decorated with blue ribbons and lots of water droplets. Rangoli and various collages depicting the role of water in our day to day life were prepared by the students.

Ms. Prarthna Buch and Ms. Payal, Faculty Christ Polytechnic Institute were the judges for the day.The judgment criteria was quite simple, one who wear maximum blue is the winner.


1st Girl Malali Galani B.B.A.-5
1st Boy Dakshesh Aghera B.B.A.-3

26th July, 2016 - Patriotic Day

Great playwright George Bernard Shaw in one of his famous work “The Arms and The Man” portrays a true patriot, he chiefly explains the meaning of patriotism and ones love for their own country. While commenting on his work he says “Patriotism is your conviction that this country is superior to all others because you were born in it”.

With same ideals like that of Shaw’s Cultural Club, Christ College celebrated Patriotic Day on 26th July 2016 with the objective to salute the martyrs of our nations. The college was decorated in the colors of Patriotism and beautiful rangolis were done by the students.

The Patriotic Day was celebrated with great enthusiasm among the students. All the students showed great interest in participating. The faculty members were also dressed up in the shades of Saffron, White and Green in resemblance with the National Flag “Tiranga”. Many students even came dressed as Soldiers and their role model leaders and Politicians. The day received maximum participation and attention because of two reasons. First, as it was celebrated to pay our homage, deference, respect and tribute to all the patriots of this glorified country and second reason, as it was celebrated on the “Kargil Day”.

Along with the Celebrations, there was a competition held for the best dressed as a patriot. The judges for the competition were Mr. Abhijitsinh Vala (Department of Business Administration) and Ms. Rashmi Pala (Department of Commerce).


1st Girl Nandini Tank B.B.A.-5
1st Boy Priyank Bhatt B.B.A.-5

27th July, 2016 - Jodi Kamal Ki Day

“Tom & jerry”, “Batman & Robin”, “Sherlock Holmes & Dr. Watson”, “Macaroni & Chesse”, “Chip & Dale”, “Sponge Bob & Patrick”, “Scooby doo & Shaggy”, “Calvin & Hobbes”. These are some of the all-time favourite Jodi’s enjoyed by all.

Celebrating the very essence of beautiful bond of the famous jodis. Cultural Club, organised “Jodi Kamal Ki” Day on 27th July 2016. Students took part with great enthusiasm and zeal. Students came dressed as various jodis and enacted for few minutes. The various jodis were “Typical South Indian grandma and grandpa”, with a creative blend this time students had something new as “Lighting and Destruction” jodi, the great romantic jodi “Romeo and Juliet” with a modern blend, a jaddu ki jappi from “Munnabhai and Circuit”, “pair of devils”, “pair of angels”, “Typical gujarati and a foreigner”, the almighty “Ram and Sita”, and last but not the least “5 star twins”.

Altogether it was the most joyous day of all. All the students as well as faculty members enjoyed a lot. The judges for the “Best Dressed Jodi” were Ms. Sheela Manoj (Administrative Staff), Dr. Sharon Mohtra (Department of Computer Applications) and Mr. Hardik Udeshi (Department of English).


1st Bhoomika Goswami
Jesvin Joseph
2nd Nandini Tank
Bharti Kushwah

28th July, 2016 - Filmy Day

“Senorita, bade bade shehro mae aisi choti choti baate”, “Arrey oh sambha….kitna inaam rakhe hai Sarkar ham par”, “Don kaa intazar tho barha mulko ki police kar rahi hai par Don ko pakadna muskil hi nahi naa mumkin hai”. These are some of the million dollar dialogues which every individual irrespective of the age group uses it somewhere or the other in his/her life. Since, long movies have become an integral part of man’s life. Some people consider movies as one of the necessity in order to survive.

Keeping in mind the fever of movies (moreover the Bollywood) which is driving people crazy day by day. Cultural Club organized “Filmy Day” on 28th July 2016 and all students got a chance to dress up like their favorite hero, heroine or villain. The students really enjoyed the day and even participated with great enthusiasm and zeal. The students came dressed up like Raj (Awaara), Jay Veeru (Sholay), Radha (Mother India), Mogambo (Mr. India), Choti Bahu (Saheb Biwi aur Ghulam), Umrao Jaan Ada (Umrao Jaan), Manjulikaa (Bhool Bhuliyaa), P.K. and many more. They enacted for few minutes, the famous dialogues of their favorite actor whom they were portraying.

Looking at the other side of the mirror, we also celebrate the very hard work of the actors which they put up and entertain us throughout our life. But in this limelight of glamour and popularity we kind of neglect their hardships, pain and the suffering which they undergoes to become a successful actor.

The judges for the Filmy Day were Ms. Dharshita Ganatra (Department of Business Administration) and Ms. Shivani Raval (Department of Bioinformatics).


1st Girl Farida Chawala B.A.-5
1st Boy Jay B.C.A.-1

29th July, 2016 - Scribble Day

College days fill maximum colours in life's journey in the form of lessons. Whereas, today’s little moments can surely become tomorrow's precious memories and we all know memories are timeless treasures of the heart.

Cultural Club organized “Scribble Day” one of the most awaited day in the entire cultural week. All the students came dressed in white T-shirts, ready to scribble on each other’s backs, cherish the very moment of togetherness, the essence of their friendship and make some beautiful memories with their college pals. The excitement started from the first lecture itself and by the recess almost everyone was seen with a coloured T-shirts with something or the other scribbled on it. So, at last everyone enjoyed the scribble day, as first they got penned and then they get themselves clicked to make one of the finest memories in their entire life.

As Dr. Seuss rightly says “Sometimes you will never know the value of a moment until it becomes a memory”

30th July, 2016 - Traditional Day

India is the cradle of human race, the birthplace of human speech, the mother of history, the grandmother of legend and the great grandmother of tradition.

The Best man in all ages keep classic traditions alive says George Santayana and so does the Cultural Club.

The last day of Cultural Week i.e. 30th of July was celebrated as “Traditional Day” with an objective to celebrate the rich and varied culture of India along with class decoration competition. Celebrating Indian traditions not only help us to be grounded in our own culture but also in adapting to a new one. The class decoration was held from 8:30 to 10:30 in the morning. All the classes were given a chance to decorate their classrooms entirely based on any Indian tradition, culture, marriages or festivals. The enthusiasm and unity of the students were vividly seen from their spirited and creative movements during the decoration. All the students and staff came dressed traditionally symbolizing the traditions of the north, south, east and west of our country.

The schedule of the program was as follows:

  • 8:20 am Prayer
  • 8:30 am to 10:30 am Class decoration by students and class teachers
  • 10:45 am to 12:30 pm Judgment for class decoration
  • 10:45 am to 12:30 pm Raas garba
  • 11:00 pm to 12:00 noon Judgment for Mr. Traditional and Ms. Traditional
  • 12:30 pm Announcement of the results of different competitions during the week
  • 1:00 pm onwards removal of class decoration and cleaning of classrooms by the students

The judges for the competition were:-
Class Decoration:-

Dr. Dhaval Motwani Christ Institute of Management
Ms. Prarthana Buch Christ Polytechnic Institute
Ms. Payal Christ Polytechnic Institute

Mr. Traditional and Ms. Traditional:-

Ms. Tosha Joshi Department of Computer Application
Ms. Sony Zala Department of English
Mr. Priyank Patel Department of Biotechnology
Mr. Prakash Khagram Department of Computer Application


Ms. Traditional Bhuvneshwari Rohille - B.Sc.-1
Mr. Traditional Devdhar Bhetariya - B.Sc.-3
Best Dressed Staff Ms. Sheela Manoj - Administrative Staff
Best Dressed Staff Mr. Hiren - Department of Computer Application
Best Dressed Supporting Staff Neetaben
Best Dressed Supporting Staff Ravibhai
Best Decorated Class
1st Position B.C.A - (Golden Temple)
2nd Position T.Y.B.Sc. (B) Micro - (Haunted House)
3rd Position S.Y.B.Sc. (A1) - (Indian Court)

“Culture is the arts elevated to a set of beliefs” says Thomas Wolfe. It is a belief which hold us all together with a common bond. It is the shared knowledge of art and values of a society. It is something which one can never learn, but can only experience it and so did every student of the college during the entire cultural week. With this, the week-long excitement, fun, enthusiasm, creativity and a bag full of activities came to an end rejuvenating the spirits and motivating students as well as teachers.

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