Yavnika Hobby Club

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Each one of us is gifted and each one of us has a different set of hidden talents. “Yavnika” -Hobby club is an excellent avenue to unwrap these natural gifts & discover our potentials, polish them, embellish them and be a proud beholder of many skills. It’s not about how smart you are, it’s all about how you are smart. Hobby Club draws its inspiration from the Multiple Intelligence faction of the ‘The Eclectic Approach’.

The focus of these club activities is primarily to help the students explore their hidden talents in activities that range from personal cultural hobbies to technical interest.The ‘Hobby Club’ not only helps to bring out the potential of the students but also fosters development in areas such as personality development and inculcating in the students the spirit of learning together. We intend to make students smarter the way they already are. Each individual has a different permutation and combination of the different intelligences he/she possess.

In today’s world, the pressures and demands on students are phenomenal. Pressure of exams, peer pressure, parental pressure and pressure for career results in tension among the students. This stress prevents them from performing skillful actions which in turn deprives them of the results that they deserve to achieve. For reducing stress, the Hobby Club provides an answer. Hobby is focusing attention on a single thought to the exclusion of all other thoughts under the supervision of the intellect.

Although for a Gyani, Hobby culminates in realizing one’s “True Self,” but at the level of the students, help the children to quiet their strained minds by asking them to focus their attention on their creativity and innovative thoughts, instead of thinking about the events of the day or their future plans. The entire session helps them to relax and be in the present. If the children learn to do selfless actions with love and compassion for all and work towards a higher ideal in life, Club activities would help them to realize their true potential!
According to the Collins Thesaurus the word ‘creative’ has a number of synonyms such as imaginative, artistic, ingenious, original, productive, inspired and inventive. The word ‘expression’ too has synonyms like statement, demonstration, manifestation, verbalization, communication and exhibition.
True to its name, the club has students who are given a platform to exhibit and verbalize their imagination, originality and artistic talents, through a number of activities.  Every student could eagerly and enthusiastically participates in each activity and expresses him/ her beautifully. The students’ talents are sharpened and polished and their creativity is brought to the fore and blooms afresh.
The ‘Yavnika – Hobby Club’ which raises the curtain from the innovative mind of the students, is conducted under the active supervision of the institution by Club committee in the respective fields.
Goal:-
Engaging in a hobby leads to acquiring substantial skills, knowledge and experience. The objective of the Hobby Clubs is to inspire students to pursue a hobby and explore their potential in areas like dance, music, theatre, photography, painting, gardening, etc. The committee shall work towards encouraging student participation in recreational activities, thus providing an opportunity for networking, team-building and personality development.
Scope:-
The following are the scopes that the committee aims to accomplish in every academic year:
  •         Initiate activities such as Music, Dance, and Dramatics, Photography, Painting etc.
  •         Conducting training programs for Dance, Drama and Music
  •         Arranging exhibitions for displaying creativity in Painting, Photography etc.
  •         Conducting competitions at intra and inter-collegiate levels.
  •         Inviting experts to guide students in pursuing hobbies.
  •         Promoting students for other state and national level competitions to represent Acropolis.
  •         Conducting workshops or training sessions.
  •         Arranging outdoor tours.

About SPIC MACAY
SPIC MACAY (Society for Promotion of Indian Classical Music and Culture Amongst Youth) is a voluntary non-profit movement founded in the year 1977 by dedicated academicians and students. It seeks to conserve and promote Indian culture and introduce the rich and heterogeneous cultural tapestry to the youth of this country. Through focus on the classical arts, with their attendant legends, rituals, mythology and philosophy, SPICMACAY seeks to facilitate an awareness of their deeper and subtler meaning and values. Classical Indian music and dance carry with them generations of wisdom dating back to antiquity. We hope that the beauty, grace and wisdom embodied in them will become an integral part of a student’s life and inspire them to become a better humanbeing.

Presently SPIC MACAY has more than 300 chapters in India and abroad. In the year 2012-13, over 7000 programs were organized in the country.  In order to achieve its goals, SPIC MACAY organizes lecture -demonstrations, workshops and intensives, in various educational institutes, schools, and colleges. We also conduct Baithaks, Virasat, week-long Fests, Conventions and Talks which introduce students to several young and upcoming artistes who perform along with the senior artistes. Held all over India, these programs give students an opportunity to witness insightful performances and workshops in folk and classical arts, literature, crafts, talks, theatre, cinema and yoga and more importantly, informally interact with maestros like Pt. Shiv Kumar Sharma (Santoor), Pt. Hariprasad Chaurasia(Flute), Pt. Birju Maharaj(Kathak),  Smt. Ashwini Bhide Deshpande (Hindustani Vocal), Pt. Vishwamohan Bhatt(Mohan veena), Smt. Teejan Bai(Pandavani), to name a few.  We have a Gurukul Scholarship Scheme that provides opportunities to aspiring Shishyas to live for a month with ‘Gurus’ who have dedicated their life to their art forms, be it literature, religion or traditional medicine.  The rapport thus created helps the student develop a wholesome understanding of not only the art form but also the artiste as a practitioner of a certain way of life.

Student Chapter of SPIC MACAY inaugurated at Acropolis Institute
 
Indore, September 01, 2013: “The slower we dance, we can make use of other parts more effectively”, this was transpired by Smt. Gauri Diwakar, Kathak exponent & student of eminent Gurus like the legendary Pandit Birju Maharaj, Shri Jaikishan Maharaj, Guru Ms. Sumita Chaudhary (Jamshedpur) and Ms. Aditi Mangaldas while inaugurating Student Chapter of SPIC MACAY (Society for the Promotion of Indian Classical Music and Culture amongst Youth)  as a part of the VIRASAT 2013 series being organized in Madhya Pradesh between 29 August to 03 September 2013, under the aegis of Yavnika Hobby Club, AITR at Acropolis Institute of Technology & Research, Indore.
Smt. Gauri Diwakar in her Lecture-Demonstration on Kathak started Kathak with Shiv Vandana. Then she presented three rhythms of singing, reciting and dancing in which she emphasized on 16 Matra. Ahead in the program,Kathak exponent presented Aamad in which she displayed her emotions through kathak by pure dance, dance depicting nature and explaining Lord Krishna.
Creating mesmerizing environment in the program, Smt. Gauri Diwakar danced artistically on Shish mukut kati kanchi…and won the hearts of audiences. Then, Gauri presented different postures in kathak such as pataka, suchi, ardha chandra, shikhar, sarp shrish, bhramar, trishul etc. and forced the audience to try them. Continuing the amazing dance of kathak, Gauri explained basic rhythm and tihai through ladi. Then she beautifully presented bandhish on radhe nav laya kishore…The center of attraction of the program was jugalbandi between gauri and table player, Shri Rahul Vishwakarma which received tremendous applaud from audience. Gauri also danced on the poem of Kavi Makhanlal Chaturvedi ‘Pushp ki Abhilasha…’.Gauri ended the program by taking 33 circles.
Shri Rahul Vishwakarma, Tabla player and Shri Induprakash, Classical Singer also present during the ceremony provided Tabla Accompaniment and Vocal Accompaniment.In the time ahead, the student chapter of SPIC MACAY will organize various national and international performances of well-known artists.
The welcome speech was delivered by Dr. Kamal Bharani, Principal, AITR. The occasion was also marked by the presence of Shri Ashok Sojatia (Chairman BOG, Acropolis Group), Prof. M K Dube (Vice Chairman, AITR) and Dr. M D Agrawal (Director, AITR). The program was coordinated by Prof. Jayant Bihare. The program was directed by Prof. Gaurav Chaitanya, Convener, Yavnika Hobby Club, AITR. Vote of thanks was presented by Dr. Shilpa Bhalerao.

II SPIC MACAY Concert

Santoor Recital: Dr. Dhananjay Daithankar (Pune)

The second concert of SPIC MACAY was organized on 20 September 2014 in the central auditorium. Renowned Santoor player Dr. Dhananjay Daithankar, Pune (a senior disciple of Pt. Shiv Kumar Sharma) was keynote performer of the day. Mr. Ulhas Rajhans (renowned Tabla maestro) accompanied him on Tabla. Dr. Kamal Bharani (Principal, AITR) welcomed the guest performers. Dr. Daithankar briefed about the 100 string instrument – Santoor. He shared some of his experiences performing with Pt. Shiv Kumar Sharma. Mr. Gaurav Chaitanya presented vote of thanks. The program was well appreciated by the students and faculty members. The program was very well coordinated by Mr. Gaurav Chaitanya in support with Ms. Sheetal Dubey, Ms. Sumitra Joshi and Ms. Shruti Chaitanya.

III SPIC MACAY Concert

Flute Recital: Shri Rupak Kulkarni (Mumbai)

SPIC MACAY affirms a multifaceted cultural and artistic heritage. SPIC MACAY seeks to promote an awareness of rich and heterogeneous cultural tapestry amongst youth everywhere through active participation in Indian classical music and arts, and discovery of their deeper and subtler values.

The movement incorporates the vitality of young people to cajole them into being custodians of this heritage. It seeks to provoke thought and a genuine spirit of enquiry in the young. It emphasizes aesthetics and sensitivity in an increasingly mundane and unquestioning world. Thus its work is educational in spirit and character and locates itself in educational institutions only.

One such attempt was showcased at Acropolis, on 16th Oct’15 by Shri Rupak Kulkarni.

As a child prodigy with music blown into his breath by his father late Pt. Malhar Rao Kulkarni, Shri Rupak Kulkarni,  has blossomed under the finest tutelage of flute legend Padma Vibhushan Pt. HARIPRASAD CHAURASIA to become an outstanding exponent of MAIHAR GHARANA. As a first GANDA BANDH Shagird of Pt. Chaurasia since the tender age of 9, Shri Rupak with arduous training and hard work has mastered Dhrupad, Khayal and Tantrakari

Shri Rupak Kulkarni, has given “Maihar Gharana” tradition with his unique sensuality and creativity. He  has recreated ragas, has written compositions through the flute and his flute reminds us, of the sensuality,  of the Krishna on flute, mesmerizing his Gopis.

At the performance he was at his best along with Mr. Sapan Anjaria at Tabla and his disciple Mr. Sutar on flute. His recital had a rare combination of Dhrupad and Khayal Gayaki, melodious Aalap and scintillating Tatkar (Tonguing technique used for Jhala) innovative improvisation with mesmerizing Layakari, superb breath control and dexterous finger work.

No wonder his concert took the breath of not only music lovers but even by connoisseurs and music maestros. He was lauded by all present in the auditorium.I would conclude saying Shri Kulkarni is simply an age-old master of music disguised as a much younger artiste.

The program was conducted under the Yavnika hobby club. Ms. Sumitra Joshi hosted the program. Dr. Kamal Bharani welcomed the guest. Prof. Gaurav Chaitanya, the co-ordinator of chapter proposed the vote of thanks.

Academic Year 2015-16

Workshop

A dance workshop titled,  “Urban Feel Lyrical Hip Hop”,  was organized at Acropolis Institute of Technology and Research  under the banner of  Yavnika hobby club on 19th September , 2015. The choreographer was Mr. Savyasachi Pant and his group. Around 47 students registered for the same. It was a four hour workshop. The students benefited a lot from the workshop. The workshop was coordinated by Mrs. Vibhuti Vyas.

Gaiety, zest mark Independence Day celebration at Acropolis

  • Independence day, is a day when every Indian renews, his pledge of patriotism and working together for the benefit of the nation, so did Acropolis. The celebration began with hoisting of flag by Dr. Sumer Singh Yadav along with Chairman BOG Shri Ashok Sojatiaji, Group Chairman Shri Ashish Sojatia, Vice Chairman Shri M. K. Dubey, Vice Chairman Shri Ashok Kumat and Director Dr. M. D. Agarwal followed by recitation of national anthem. Home guards took  part in parade under the guidance of Suberdar Major Honorary. Capt. B.D. Karottra.
  • The college ambience was filled with patriotic fervor, decorated with colors of national flag. Tribute was paid to the freedom fighters through dances and songs. The students not forgetting their responsibility showcased dance drama titled, ”Save The Girl Child”. The students also remembered the Missile Man of India on this day, by participating in poster making competition, dedicated to Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam!
  • The formal program was hosted by Dr. Anupama Tiwari and Prof. Sushma Patidar. The student anchors Mr. Tanuj Mishra and Miss Anjul Shukla coordinated the cultural programs. The Chairman BOG, blessed the students for their cultural performance with a cash prize of Rs. 50,000/-. Prof. Pushpa Pathak proposed the vote of thanks. The program concluded with Hi-Tea to all assembled guests, parents, faculties and students.

List of Participants of 26th January’ 16

  • Dancers

[1]       Ajay Patidar             B.Phar   3rd year

[2]       Anshul Sahu             Civil               4th year

[3]       Preksha Mehta          B.Com 3rd year

[4]       Sonali Sharma           EC 2    3rd year

[5]       Stanly Mathew          B.Pharm 3rd year

[6]       Adarsh Kewat           CS1     2nd year

[7]       Chetna Joshi             CS2     2nd year

[8]       Megha Siloriya         BCA    2nd year

[9]       Mallika Khosla         EC       3rd year

[10]     Shruti Y. Jain            CS       3rd year

[11]     Gaurav dave EC 2    2nd year

[12]     Shubham Barwal      CS 4    3rd year

 

  • Nukkad Natak  (IT 2     3rd year)

[1]       Ranu Jain

[2]       Nikita Sharma

[3]       Pooja Sisodia

[4]       Prateek Bhonsle

[5]       Preyash Vashishtha

[6]       Rahul Panchal

[7]       Ram Agarwal

[8]       Robin Ubbey

[9]       Sophia Nelson

  • Singers

[1]       Rupam Jain

[2]       Sunidhi Kabra           CS II    3rd year

[3]       Mayuri Adhikar        IT        3rd year

[4]       Vinamra Waghle      CS       3rd year

[5]       Jayprakash Jadia      CS       2nd year

  • Rangoli

[1]       Payal Choudhary      CS       3rd yr

[2]       Pooja Kumrawat       CS       3rd yr.

 

Republic Day Celebration at Acropolis- 2016

  • Republic Day honors the date on which the Constitution of India came into force. It is the day  of  Purna Swaraj as proclaimed by the Indian National Congress, opposing  the dominion status offered by the British Regime.
  • India is a great country, with  people of different cultures, societies, religions and languages who interplay with each other harmoniously. Independence is a matter of  great pride, for every Indian, as it was obtained over years after facing a variety of obstacles and hurdles.
  • To commemorate the 67th Republic Day, range of traditional and cultural programs were  performed by the students of Acropolis.. The celebration began with hoisting of flag by Shri Sanjay Lunia, Joint Director, Indian Foreign Trade, Govt. Of India, along with Chairman BOG Shri Ashok Sojatiaji,, Vice Chairman Shri M. K. Dubey, Vice Chairman Shri Ashok Kumat and Principal   Dr. Kamal Bharani, followed by recitation of national anthem. Home guards took  part in parade under the guidance of Suberdar Major Honorary. Capt. B.D. Karottra.
  • The chief guest addressed the students on the occasion and asked them to work very hard in their lives. Chairman BOG Shri Ashok Sojatiaji  also shared his view regarding nationality and what the nation expects from the youth of today.  Number of deserving students were awarded  and appreciated with “Merit –  Dr. R. M Sojatia Scholarship”, and Need based “Shri Pradeep Sojatia” The parents of the awarded students proudly escorted their wards.  Professor Ajay Khatri was awarded the best teacher title, for his excellence in project development.
  • To make the day significant further, a number of cultural, colourful and exhilarating performances were presented by the students of Yavnika Hobby Club, Acropolis. A classical dance performance on the patriotic song “Vande Matram…” sung by Lata Mangeshkar, showcased a multi-hued image of the country’s rich cultural heritage. Nukkad Natak touched various stigmas’ and drawbacks prevailing in  the society, like corruption, burdening children , save water,  swachchta, discrimination between boy and girl and many more.  This was followed  by vibrant  dance performance on the popular hindi song “Malhari” by the participants. It depicted the  valour, courage and happiness after victory. This filled the hearts of the spectators with pride.
  • Celebration concluded with the band of yavnika hobby club. The students  came up with diversified collection of patriotic songs. The ceremony created longing for the times gone by.
  • Dr. Aarti Sharma and Dr. Anupama Tiwari  were the host for the  program. Prof. Gaurav Chaitanya proposed the vote of thanks. Prof. Pushpa Pathak coordinated the cultural programs and Prof. Nidhi Dahale coordinated the band.

Invited Talk on Traffic Awareness and Crime Prevention

  • An invited talk on traffic awareness and crime prevention was organized on 15th March’16 at Acropolis Institute of Technology and Research. The program started with short films on Traffic Awareness”- 10:00 am to 11:00 am. It showed how thugs tricked the common man in the name of police. The films also motivated, to report to police, if anybody sees anything wrong. Short films were also on crime against women, and how it can be controlled. It emphasized the use of helmet. Formal program started with arrival of guests at around 11 o’clock. The guests lightened the lamp and garlanded Saraswati Idol.  Shri Vipin Maheshwari was welcomed by the chairman of the institute, Mr. Gaurav Sojatia, Vice Chairman of the institute welcomed Shri Pankaj Shrivastav(Addl. SP – Traffic, Indore). Shri D. Kalyan Chakraborthy was welcomed by  Dr. Kamal Bharani. After the introduction of the keynote speaker, the invited guest Shri Vipin Maheswari took up the session. He defined the role of  a police officer as saviour of the society, somebody on whom, we all can depend upon. But was also worried about the tainted image of police in eyes of public. For the negative image, he felt media, movies and serials were also responsible, as these are easy source of information to common man.
  • According to him things would improve only if people and police go hand in hand. The program also gave a platform to the students to talk to the guests directly. Around twenty queries were asked by the students. Mr. Vipin Maheshwari patiently answered them and also suggested number of ways to tackle those issues. They also encouraged the students by giving them prizes. Shri Vipin Maheshwari gave a beautiful painting to our BOG Shri Ashok Sojatiaji as a token, on this occasion. Vote of thanks was presented by the principal of the college Dr. Kamal Bharani. The program was anchored by Dr. Anupama Tiwari. The convener of the program was Prof. Gaurav Chaitanya and the stage arrangement was looked after by Prof. Pushpa Pathak

Academic Year 2014-15

  1. A singing and instrumental workshop was organized on 2 August 2014. Mr. Santosh Agnihotri was the trainer and Mr. Gaurav Chaitanya was the coordinator.
  2. Arts and crafts workshop on X-ray film and M-Seal art work was organized on 23 August 2014. Ms. Neelam Gupta was the trainer and Ms. Shruti Chaitanya was the coordinator.
  3. Dramatics Workshop was organized on 23 August 2014. Ms. Shrutika Jog Kalamkar was the trainer and Mr. Gaurav Chaitanya was the coordinator.
  4. Chocolate making workshop was organized on 23 August 2014. Ms. Neelam Gupta was the trainer and Ms. Shruti Chaitanya was the coordinator.
  5. A seminar on “Emerging Trends in Photography” was organized on 6 September 2014. Mr. Tanveer Farooqui was the trainer and Mr. Gaurav Chaitanya was the coordinator.

Academic Year 2013-14

  1. The bollywood style dance workshop was organized on 17 August 2013 for the students. Mr. Piyush Abhyankar was the trainer and Ms. Vanshika Gangwani was the coordinator.
  2. The module –I of dramatics workshop was organized on 17 August 2013 for the students. Mr. Vaibhav Karpe was the trainer and Mr. Gaurav Chaitanya was the coordinator.
  3. The arts and crafts workshop on Lux soap flower making was organized on 17 August 2013 for the students. Ms. Neelam Gupta was the trainer and Mr. Ms. Shruti Chaitanya was the coordinator.
  4. The contemporary style dance workshop was organized on 31 August 2013. Mr. Piyush Abhyankar was the trainer and Ms. Vanshika Gangwani was the coordinator.
  5. The Module- II of dramatics workshop was organized on 31 August 2013. Mr. Vaibhav Karpe was the trainer and Mr. Gaurav Chaitanya was the coordinator.
  6. A singing and instrumental workshop was organized on 31 August 2013. Mr. Kapil Purohit was the trainer and Ms. Anuapama Tiwari was the coordinator.
  7. The hip hop style dance workshop was organized on 7 September 2013. Mr. Piyush Abhyankar was the trainer and Ms. Vanshika Gangwani was the coordinator.
  8. The arts and crafts workshop on Snow Doll Making was organized on 7 September 2013. Ms. Neelam was the trainer and Ms. Shruti Chaitanya was the coordinator.
  9. A singing and instrumental workshop was organized on 7 September 2013. Mr. Kapil Purohit was the trainer and Ms. Anupama Tiwari was the coordinator.
  10. A singing and instrumental workshop was organized on 21 September 2013. Mr. Kapil Purohit was the trainer and Ms. Anuapama Tiwari was the coordinator.
  11. Ashort term training on photograpy was organized on 9 October 2013. Mr. Vaibhav Karpe was the trainer and Mr. Lalit Bandil was the coordinator.
  12. An Antakshari competition was organized in the institute. Ms. Anuapama Tiwari very well coordinated the program.
  13. Stroke the sketch- sketching competition was organized in the institute. Ms. Sushma Patidar coordinated the event.
  14. “The Vision”- An exhibition on Painting, Photographs and other arts forms was organized in the hobby club hall. Mr. Gaurav Chaitanya and Ms. Shruti Chaitanya very well coordinated the program.
  15. A charitable program named Miracle Joy was organized in which books, stationery, clothes and other necessary items were distributed among needy students of slum area.
  16. A singing and instrumental workshop was organized on 18 January 2014. Mr. Kapil Purohit was the trainer and Ms. Anuapama Tiwari was the coordinator.
  17. The classical dance style workshop was organized on 18 January 2014. Ms. M.R. Naik was the trainer and Ms. Shruti Chaitanya was the coordinator.
  18. Dramatics training on Mime was organized on 18 January 2014. Mr. Vaibhav Karpe was he trainer and Mr. Gaurav Chaitanya was the coordinator.
  19. A semi classical dancing workshop was organized on 1 March 2014. Ms. M.R. Naik was the trainer and Mr. Gaurav Chaitanya was the coordinator.
  20. A arts and crafts workshop on Spray Painting was organized on 1 March 2014. Ms. Ujjwala Pagay was the trainer and Ms. Shruti Chaitanya was the coordinator
  21. Mehandi Competition was organized on 6 April 2014. Ms. Anupama Tiwari coordinated the program.
  22. Nail Art competition was organized on 19 April 2014. Ms. Sonal Dubey coordinated the program.
  23. Jung-e-Cricket and Maidan-e- Sitoliya mini tournament was organized under project Roshni (charity project of Yavnika Hobby Club) on 18 April 2014.

Academic Year 2012-13

  1. Dramatics workshop was organized by 6 April 2013 and 23 April 2013 by Mr. Gaurav Chaitanya. He gave an intellectual lecture about dramatics ethics and expressions.
  2. Statue Molding workshop was organized on 6 April 2013 by Mr. Gaurav Chaitanya. Ms. Neelam Gupta was the trainer.
  3. Acro Idol competition was organized by Ms. Anupama Tiwari on 16 March 2013.
  4. Acro Kavi samellan was organized on 20 October 2012 in the institute by Ms. Sumitra Joshi.
  5. “Stroke the sketch”- sketching competition was organized in the institute on 6 October 2012. Ms. Aarti Sharma was the coordinator.
  6. Photography competition was organized in the institute on 6 October 2012. Mr. Ankit Jain was the coordinators.
  7. “Ilumination”- rangoli competition was organized on 3 November 2012. Ms. Sheetal Dubey was the coordinator.

Academic Year 2011-12

  1. Yavnika hobby club conducted sketching competition “Stroke The Sketch” in which the participants colored their imagination through brushes on 15th Oct 2011
  2. 14th Nov 2011 Children day was celebrated by organizing flourishing Rangoli competition “Illumination”2011.

Academic Year 2010-11

  1. A poster making competition was organized on 26th January 2010 on “ General Awareness” in the institute.
  2. The plantation program in contribution with Dainik Bhaskar was organized on the Engineer’s Day 15th of September 2009.
  3. A Jhaanki Making competition was organized on 15th August 2009 on “Recession leading to Entrepreneurship” in the institute.

Academic Year 2015-16

  1. Acropolis Nupur Naad, won second position at Pentagram- 2016, A National Level Dance Competition
  2. Purvi Shastri was declared the winner at Pentagram’16
  3. Mallika Khosla third prize, at Pentagram’16
  4. Prashant Sharma, B.Com won second prize, at Pentagram’16
  5. Rajyavardhan of B.Com was awarded 3rd prize, at Pentagram’16
  6. Acropolis classical dance group, Nupur Naad won the first prize in intercollegiate competition organized by Prestige Institute, Indore
  7. Western Boys group dance team of Acropolis won 3rd prize at Chameli Devi Institute, Indore
  8. Prashant Sharma, B.Com was winner in western dance competition held at Medicaps Institute of Technology and Management
  9. At Japuria Institute of Management, Indore Acropolis Nukkad Natak, team was declared winner
  10. At SGSITS, Indore- Acropolis Nukkad Natak, Team Secured 1st Position among 11 teams.
  11. At Chameli Devi Group of Institutes, Indore Acropolis Nukkad Natak, Team Won the competition,
  12. MANIT Bhopal, Acropolis Nukkad Natak, Team Reached Top 3, got consolation prize.
  13. At Lovely Professional University, Punjab, Acropolis Nukkad Natak, Team got consolation prize.
  14. At IIT Indore, Acropolis Nukkad Natak, were among the top five, from 50 participating teams

 Classical Dance Team

  1. Mallika khosla  3rd ECE
  2. Purvi Shastri  3rd ECE
  3. Vranda Chouhan  3rd ECE
  4. Roopam Jain  3rd ECE
  5. Shruti Y. Jain  3rd CSE                                                         
  6. Anshika Joshi  2nd CSE
  7. Khushboo Kamble  1st BBA
  8. Saloni Rai  1st BBA

Western Dance

  1. Anshul Sahu  4th CIVIL Engg.
  2. Ajay Patidar  3rdPharma
  3. Adarsh Kewat  2nd CS Engg.
  4. Hitesh Kumrawat  3rdCom Tax
  5. Ravi Malviya  2ndCom
  6. Rajvardhan Singh Rathod  2ndcom Tax
  7. Prashant Sharma  1stCom CA
  8. Ravi Malviya  2ndCom
  9. Kartik Choudhary  1st year CS
  10. Stanley Mathew- B. Pharma  2nd Year

 

Nukkad Natak

  1. Ankit Chandrawanshi  3rd EC-1
  2. Akshay Bilore   3rd IT-1
  3. Akshat Bahore  3rd IT-1
  4. Akshay Kapoor  3rd EC-1
  5. Ram Dafe  3rd CS-3
  6. Pratyusha Sathe  2nd EC-2
  7. Shiv Tiwari  2nd EC-2
  8. Chetna Joshi  2nd CS-2
  9. Kashana Saklecha  2nd CS-2
  10. Utkarsh Bandhu  2nd IT-2
  11. Sukhdeep K. Judge  2nd IT-2
  12. Shivani Rajput  1st EC-2
  13. Wachika Arekar 2nd Com (T)
  14. Madhur Sharma  1st S.C (C.S.)
  15. Mohini Yadav  1st year B.Com

Academic Year 2013-14

  1. National Level Intercollegiate Dance Competition – “Laasya” at IIM, Indore on 22 Feb 2014. Following students secured I position in Group Dance competition –
    Aditya Khemchandani- EC III Year
    Aalekh Oza- CS II Year
    Anushi Arora- EC III Year
    Arnaaz Khan – CS III Year
    Lakhan Joshi- CE II Year
    Mayuri Kalwani – IT II Year
    Savyasachi Pant – CE I Year
    Shweta Parmar- CS II Year
  2. Inter- collegiate Dance competition at Prestige Institute of Science and Technology,Indore on 13 Feb 2014. Following students secured I position in Group Dance Competition.
  • Preksha Mehta- B.Com I Year
  • Apoorva Thakkar – B. Pharma. IV Year
  • Premsagar Chouhan- B. Pharma. II Year
  • Anurag Chouhan- B. Pharma. II Year
  • Saroj Rathore-B. Pharma. II Year
  • Ajay Patidar- B. Pharma. I Year
  • Naina Sharma- B. Pharma. I Year
  • Ayaz Khan- B. Pharma. I Year
  • Sunayna Joshi- B. Pharma. I Year
  • Pratik Saraf- B. Pharma. I Year
  • Stanley Mathew- B. Pharma. I Year

Inter- collegiate Dance competition at Prestige Institute of Management, Dewas on 26 Feb 2014. Mr. Prem                    Sagar Chouhan (B. Pharma. – II Year) secured II position in Solo Dance Competition.

Academic Year 2012-13

  1. Aparna Sharma of EC IV Year was selected among the top five contestants for Kavi Samellan at the cultural Fest of IIT- Bombay Mood Indigo in Dec 2012.
  2. The students of Yavnika Hobby Club participated at the management and cultural fest at IIM- Kolkata to explore their hidden talents in activities that range from personal  cultural hobbies to technical interest. They were awarded for their awesome performance in Dance, Drama and Musical Talent Hunt Antakshari competition in Jan 2013.The participating students were Mr. Mahesh Yadav, Mr. Aditya Shrivastav, Ms. Aastha Nahar, Mr. Lav Singh Tiwari, Mr. Avik Verma, Ms. Suman Narang, Ms. Ruchika Dubey, Mr. Himanshu Bapat, Mr. Tushar Pal and Mr. Dharmendra Yadav.
  3. The dancing divas of the club Mr. Nitesh Jain, Ms. Dhawani Thakar and Mr. Pruthvi Raj bagged Runner-Up Trophy in the state level Dance competition at IIM- Indore in February 2013. Their performance came to its peak with the zany moves, typical footwork, the dazzling costumes, the crowd screaming the names, the earth pulsating in rhythm and the afterglow.
  4. The first prize of Rs. 15000/- was bagged by the talented Dancing Stars of the Club at IIT-Indore in March 2013 who performed a beautiful traditional dance which is on the enchanting beats in a quick tempo. The dancers created a powerful rapport with the audience through facial expressions, eye contact, and the general energy and enthusiasm. It was mind blowing to see our students perform with great exuberance. The performing students were Mr. Aditya Shrivastav, Mr. Nitesh Jain, Mr. Aditya Kanadi, Ms. Shweta Wadhwani, Ms. Tanvi Sawner, Ms. Rupal Pathak, Ms. Diksha Tripathi, Mr. Amol Vijayvargiya and Ms. Dhwani Thakar.

Academic Year 2011-12

  1. The dancing group of the club bagged Runner – Up trophy in inter college dance competition held SGSITS Indore on 18th Feb 2012.
  2. Abhinav Chanal and Mr. Rishabh Saklecha bagged II – Prize in inter institutional duet dance competition at IIM Indore on 12th Feb 2012.
  3. Ravi Mishra and Ms. Garima Pasari bagged I and II Prize resp in Inter college singing competition at Ayurvedic college on 29th January 2012
  4. Abhinav Chanal and Mr. Vaibhav Karpe won 2nd prize for inter college drama competition held at Arihant College Indore on 30th sep 2011.
  5. The melodious singers of Yavnika hobby club were awarded for winning the singing competition held at university auditorium by Sanand Nyas Marathi Social Group on 24th july 2011.

Academic Year 2010-11

  1. The dancing divas of the club won first prize in inter college dance competition held at SKSITS Indore on 23 Dec 2010.
  2. Vaibhav Karpe and group participated in all India Theater competition “Partidhwani” held at IIM Indore .They won 2nd prize for play and 1st prize for screen play on 15th jan 2011
  3. The acro champs won first prize in inter college dance competition held at IET DAVV on 19th Feb 2011.

Academic Year 2009-10

  1. The students won first prize for the inter- institutional street dance competition held at Medicaps Indore on 21th march 2010.
  2. The students won second prize in inter college group dance competition held at Medicaps Indore on 19th march 2010
  3. The dancing stars of the club won first prize for inter college dance competition held at IET DAVV on 16th march 2010
  4. Rohit Sharma(CS) bagged 1st prize amogst 32 competitors in the laughter challenge competition at BM College On 29th jan2010
  5. Ekta Sudan of B.com 1st yr won 1st prize in Inter college Poster making competition held at IPS Academy, Indore.

Acropolis won 2nd prize in the Intercollegiate Dance competition “NAACH 09” held at IET, DAVV, Indore on               20th February 09 .

Yavnika Hobby Club emphasis on following major art forms :-

  •    Dance- Classical and Western
  •    Dramatics/ Theatre
  •    Music- Vocal and Instrumental
  •    Fine Arts and Crafts
  •    Photography 

The events of Yavnika Hobby Club are categorized into following segments-

1.      Gurukul :- These are one day training programs conducted on regular basis by guest trainer (experts of their fields) for learning and developing one’s hobby.

2.      Sanwaad :– These are workshops and seminars conducted by the renowned artists of the city or state giving their lecture demonstration and introduce the rich and heterogeneous cultural tapestry to the youth.

3.      Kalakruti :– These are exhibitions conducted in the institute displaying various arts such as painting, photography, sculpture, Statue molds, Murals, Rural arts etc. learned and nurtured during the training sessions.

4.      Spardha :– Various competitions are conducted under this head to develop the sportsman spirit within the students.

5.      SPIC MACAY concert :– SPIC MACAY seeks to foster the exchange of traditional Indian values and to generate awareness of the cultural traditions and heritage of India. In order to achieve its goals, SPICMACAY organizes concerts, lectures, demonstrations, informal discussions, and seminars. These are hosted by local chapters of the organization.

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