HOBBY CIRCLE

Hobby circle gives a platform to the students to showcase their hobbies. From fine arts to performing art, every hobby a student cherishes is explored in the hobby circle. It gives them an opportunity to identify their talents. Students can share their talent in the seminars, workshop and competitions conducted for them.





Committee (2016-17):

Faculty In-charge

Ms. Pradnya Nadkarni

Student Secretary

Ms. Divya Hegde
9167673371, dhegde96@gmail.com

Student Joint Secretary

Nidhi Dumbre , Mr. Varun Vora
Varun Vora

Student Treasurer

Ms. Sanjana Kumar



Activities Planned for 2016-17:-

1st Term:
  • Nail It
  • Movie Week
  • Smartphone games
  • Mehndi competition
  • Poster making


2nd Term:
  • Paint your luck
  • Hunar
  • Maharashtra Nature Park visit


Activities conducted during the year 2015-16:
The month of July hosted Caricature Competition as the inaugural event for the year 2015-16 and the theme for the same was Famous Personalities. The next event was Movie Week which was a 6 day event displaying daily a different genre movie. It was attended by more than 180 students and few teachers. Ink It Up was a tattoo making competition with theme as Halloween and happened towards the end of August. In the following month there was a Bookmark making competition and also a Book reading event which continued for 2 months and was called Bookophile. After the Diwali Vacation the hobby circle arranged an outdoor event to RBI Museum and there were 42 students who joined us. In the month of January there was a poster making competition and the theme for the same was Modern Woman


Annual Report (2014-15):-

The Hobby Circle of Podar inaugurated its activities by conducting a card making competition on 18th July, with many creative minds participating in large numbers. It conducted a poster making competition along with the Card making competition. On Teachers Day i.e. 5th of September, a beautiful skit was presented in front of the teachers on the importance of college life and teachers in a student’s life. The poster and card making competition witnessed many students coming from Junior College as well as Degree College. The members of the Hobby circle participated in different Fine Arts competitions of inter collegiate events.






Hobby circle gives a platform to the students to showcase their hobbies. From fine arts to performing art, every hobby a student cherishes is explored in the hobby circle. It gives them an opportunity to identify their talents. Students can share their talent in the seminars, workshop and competitions conducted for them.

Committee (2014-15):

Faculty Incharge

PRADNYA NADKARNI

SECRETARY

Vineet Shah

JOINT SECRETARY

Ruchi Shenoy


Activities planned for 2014-15:-

1st Term: T-Shirt Painting, Workshop on Photography, Contest for Readers.
2nd Term: Visit to Art Exhibition, Lecture on Heritage Conservation, Calendar Making.


Annual Report (2013-14):-

The Hobby Circle Forum inaugurated its first event “T-shirt Painting” competition on 24th Aug for the academic year 2013-14. It was held in the college tower room between 1:00pm–3:00pm. The theme for the same was “Comic Character”. Seven students participated in this event. Their innovative and creative ideas were beautifully portrayed through their art. The event was graced and judged by our Vice Principal, Mrs. Kavita Jajoo and other professors too. The first prize was bagged by Rohan from Fyjc. All the prize winners were awarded with college certificates.

Next event conducted by Hobby Circle was “Calligraphy Workshop” held on 4th December in G6 from 12:00pm to 2:00pm. The resource person for this workshop was a professor from Rachna Sansad College. Apart from the twenty students participating in this workshop, college professors were also present, who expressed keen interest in this workhop. He described the various techniques in such a manner that everyone became enthusiastic to learn this art within no time. As the workshop began and different techniques being portrayed, the participants became even more inquisitive about calligraphy and started asking questions about it. As the time passed all the students and the professors were engrossed in calligraphy.

“Poster Making” competition was organized in the T1 from 11:30 am – 1:30 pm on 17th Jan’14 for Junior and Degree students. The theme for the same were ‘Aam admi in reality, Communal harmony through festivals & India- vision 2020. Their posters certainly portrayed beautiful art and unique ideas. The best poster maker was awarded with the Late Jivandas Gujarati Trophy for the year 2013-14.

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