Under the guidance of the esteemed Principal, Dr. Pooja Ramchandani, H.R. College of Commerce and Economics has taken the initiative of launching a student body solely devoted to organizing and participating in intra-collegiate and intercollegiate cultural events.
The Cultural Committee of H.R. College is an avid promoter of inculcating within oneself extra-curricular and social abilities. It strives to instill within the students a skill-set necessary to function in the world with valuable assets such as communication, teamwork, leadership as well as organizational skills.
With the vision of encouraging and enhancing the students’ talents and providing them with a stage for exposure, the Cultural Committee aims to put its best foot forward in all that they do and keep the banner of this college flying high.
The Cultural Committee of H.R. College harbors various core values that it always seeks to imbibe in all that they do. Some of its main objectives are as follows:
- Provides innumerable opportunities for the students to exhibit their skills and talents.
- Acting as a platform for the students to not only display but also discover, explore and master their creative potential.
- Inculcating the value of individuality as well as working as an active member of a team.
- Building within one, leadership, and organizational skills.
- • Above all, the Cultural Committee seeks to build a platform that caters to all and helps build character, understand the value of participation and find individualistic qualities that will ensure a fulfilling and successful life.
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August 13-15, 2023 Attendees: 70
H.R. College participated in Malhar 2023 organised by St. Xavier’s College and secured a Second overall podium for the same. Our participants exhibited exceptional talent and dedication through their performances, leaving an indelible mark on the events.
The performances ranged from dance routines and musical acts to theatrical presentations, reflecting the diverse talents and skills of the college students. The presence of esteemed personalities like Shantanu Maheswari, Shekar Rajivani, Babil Khan, and Shruti Sinha elevated the event's significance.
The attendees were delighted to meet the acclaimed artist Ap Dhillon, who graciously shared his experiences and insights with the students. From finding the most promising students and forming a contingent that created an impact to managing every minute detail possible, the Cultural Committee worked tirelessly and gave their absolute best.
INTERCOLLEGIATE WIN: UMANG’23
September 14-17, 2023 Attendees: 90
H.R College of Commerce and Economics participated in Umang’23 - N.M. College’s flagship intercollegiate fest. HR Contingent CC140 put up a marvellous show and emerged victorious with the Overall First Podium.
Participants exhibited talent and dedication through their performances, leaving an indelible mark on the events. The performances ranged from dance routines and musical acts to theatrical presentations, reflecting the diverse talents and skills of the college's students. The main days of the event took place at the JVPD Grounds where participants performed in front of influential personalities.
Apart from the Overall First Podium trophy, HR contingent managed to secure one departmental trophy for Informals and several other wins.
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INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION
August 15, 2022 Attendees: 100
The Cultural Committee of Junior College and Senior College organised a programme for the celebration of the 75th Independence Day.
The event commenced by invoking the blessings of Lord Ganesh and Lord Krishna through a classical dance performance followed by poetry recitation highlighting the importance of the flag. Students paid ode to nature through a graceful Bharatanatyam performance and performed a skit, bringing out the uniqueness of India's cultural diversity. The programme ended with a high-energy dance performance and vote of thanks.
August 28, 2022 Attendees: 110
H.R. College of Commerce and Economics participated in Malhar ‘22, organised by the St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai.
Choreographers: Mr. Tejas Puthran, Mr. Sanjeet Prajapati & Ms. Bhavna Jalgaonkar.
2nd Podium: Street Dance Event.
2nd Podium: JAM & Still Life Drawing.
3rd Podium: Rapping and Poetry.
September 5-11, 2022 Attendees: 110
H.R. College of Commerce & Economics participated in the sensational 7-day intercollegiate festival, Kaleidoscope ‘22, organised by Sophia College, Mumbai. With the extraordinary expertise and guidance by Mr. Tejas Puthran, the performers secured 1st podium in 3 dance events.
September 15-18, 2022 Attendees: 140
With over 65 events in fields ranging all the way from Photomedia to Performing Arts and Business to Sports, came Umang, hosted by Narsee Monjee College and our alma mater held a powerful front over the 4 days as it brought fierce competition, backed by hours of preparation.
Under the counsel of the Fashion Show choreographer, Ms. Rian Mistry, as well as the numerous participants who came together to share their expertise in their fields of interest, H.R. College of Commerce & Economics brought a wave of never-seen-before enthusiasm and secured the 3rd podium overall, amongst 170+ colleges that participated from all across the country.
WAVES, BITS PILANI, GOA
November 17-20, 2022
H.R. College participated in Waves 22 - one of Asia’s largest cultural festivals organized by BITS Pilani, Goa. More than 25 colleges across India came to compete in this fest and showcase their talent in the national level competition.
Cultural Committee of H.R. College of Commerce & Economics secured the First position and were declared Winners of Waves 22. The fest had various events ranging from dance, drama, fashion show, talent rounds, filmmaking, quiz among others. CCHR participated in over 35 events and secured podiums in 23 events including the 3 Flagship events: Fashion Parade, Mr. and Ms. Waves and Natyanjali.
Participating in such a major league fest requires great efforts and dedication. From finding the most promising students and forming a contingent of 120 to managing every minute detail, CCHR have worked tirelessly and given their absolute best to bring the trophy home.
January 6-9, 2023
H.R. College of Commerce & Economics participated in Kshitij’23, organised by SVKM’s Mithibai College. Preparations for the fest had begun almost one and a half months prior to the fest.
The four-day long fest, was a roller coaster ride. The venues for the same were Mithibai College, Mukesh Patel Auditorium and the JVPD Ground. A total of 51 events, including the para events, were spread across four days. The events ranged from business events, sports, performing arts, literary events among others.
The relentless efforts and training of Mr. Tejas Puthran, for dance, and Mr. Savio Alphonso, for the band and fashion show, truly played a major role in our success. H.R. College of Commerce and Economics secured awards for the business category and informal category of events. The hardwork of the entire team resulted, in our college securing the 1st Podium overall in Kshtij’23, amongst 140+ other colleges.
January 13-15, 2023
H.R. College of Commerce & Economics recently participated in Kiran’ 23, organized by KC College. There was a total of 36 events ranging from drama, dance, culinary arts, sports and business events out of which the college secured podiums in 16 events. The core committee and participants worked hard day and night, which resulted in the winning of 3 Department Trophies - Informals, Sports and Gaming, Performing Arts.
January 20-21, 2023
H.R. College participated in Illenium 23 organized by Atlas SkillTech University. Taking the fest to a much grander scale, the final day of Illenium was held at Dome NSCI, Worli where participants got to perform in front of celebrities with Karan Johar as chief guest.
The fest had various events ranging from dance, business acumen, fashion show, talent rounds, filmmaking and quiz etc. From over 34 events we have managed to secure Two Department trophies - Business Acumen & Informals
H.R. College also won hampers for Best CL/ACL and a Sportsmanship Trophy. Participating in such a major league fest where 28 events were held in a single day requires great effort and dedication. From finding the most promising students and forming a contingent that created an impact to managing every minute detail possible, the Cultural Committee worked tirelessly and gave their absolute best.