Cultural Club

Aim :

Is to provide social, cultural and recreational activities for the college community and also to provide a comforting vent for students who are inclined to share their imaginations and talents.

Objectives :

Facilitate students to experience the beauty of colors, enjoy the melody in sounds and wonder at the rhythm and symmetry of shapes.

Encourage the budding talents of the college and develop their creative skills and to accentuate their understanding and learning graph.

Provide the right platform to students to showcase their hidden talents in various fields like dancing, acting, singing, drawing, etc.

Organize various competitions, annual functions, internal celebrations and cultural programmes in the college.

Make the student confident and competitive in the global environment.

Prepare the students for future life in terms of skills, behaviour, knowledge, learning and respect for others.

To inculcate managerial capabilities such as event management and stage organization.

Club Members for the A.Y 2017-18

S.No Name Designation Position Mail id
1 Mr.A.Sanyasi Rao Assistant Professor Coordinator
2 Mr.T.Vijay Kumar Assistant Professor Member
3 Ms. G.Divya Sree Assistant Professor Member
4 Mr.E.Kalyan Kumar Assistant Professor Member
5 Mr.V.Karthik Kumar Assistant Professor Member
6 Ms K.Jayashree Assistant Professor Member
7 Mrs.A.Karunasree Assistant Professor Member
8 Mrs.P.Sujatha Assistant Professor Member

On behalf of Balaji Group of Institutions, “TRADITIONAL YOUTH FESTIVAL-2018” was conducted for students on 03.02.2018. The Chairman of Institutions, Dr. A.Rajendraprasad Reddy has felicitated the gathering. Dr.V.S.Hariharan,Principal-BITS, Dr. N.Raghunandan, Principal-BIPS, Dr. K.Sharath Babu, Principal-BIMS and Shri.Srinivas, Principal-BEd addressed the gathering. To make the traditional day more entertaining various interesting activities were arranged for the students and faculty. Everyone displayed their various cultures by dressing their best which was a colourful treat to the eyes in itself.

The Cultural club of BITS had organized a “Mehendi Competition” on 27th January 2018 in our college from 2:30 pm to 4:30 pm. Seventy five students had participated in the competition. The students made beautiful designs of Arabian colourful mehndi, sparkle mehndi designs and drew floral designs of leaves, including birds on the hands of their friends. The judges from the faculty Mrs Asiya Sulthana, Mrs B.Sridevi and Mrs D.Pavana Kumari evaluated. The judges were astonished to see the efforts of the students. Our Principal Dr. V.S.Hariharan praised the students for their participation in the co-curricular activities along with their studies. To boost the confidence level of the students’ certificates were given to them.

It is another opportunity for faculty and students to uphold their commitment as responsible citizens of India and derive inspiration from the great leaders and intellectuals whose vision has guided this nation on the path of progress. The entire campus presented a festive look with creative decoration and tricolour ribbons. The celebrations started with flag hosting by the Chairman in the presence of Principals, all faculty and students. Audience presented a heart warming salute to the National Flag along with National Anthem. Jan-gan-man was sung by all personnel present on the occasion. After hoisting of National Flag, students of the college presented well organized programs where patriotic songs, dance touched the hearts of the audience. This created a warm environment full of enthusiasm and national fervour.

The main objective of this event is to understand the cultural importance of the rituals and festivity. Makar Sankranti (also known as Makara Sankranti or Maghi) is a festival day in the Hindu calendar, in reference to deity Surya (sun). It marks the beginning of the harvesting season and is an onset of the spring. Rangoli Competition was conducted for girls. Boys showcased their concentration skills by flying the kites. The Rangoli competition was won by first Year ECE girls. Kite flying was won by 2nd Mech Students. Students enjoyed spreading the colours of joy while learning the traditionality of the festival.

"Creativity, as has been said, consists largely of rearranging what we know in order to find out what we do not know. Hence, to think creatively, we must be able to look afresh at what we normally take for granted."--- George Kneller. In order to make students aware of uses of waste material, and to give them a lesson on importance of 3R’s i .e. REDUCE, RECYCLE & REUSE for better future, a ‘Best out of Waste’ competition was organised for students of first year on 29-12-2017. Mind-blowing, beyond expectation, fantabulous ideas were demonstrated by students. Right from waste papers to broken bangles, plastic bangles, every waste material was used. The jury was amazed to see the models made by students. 30 students were participated.

To bring and set the tone of festive celebrations towards Dusshera and to join with Telangana State pride festival Bathukamma, Cultural Club celebrated Saddula Bathukamma on 23-09-2017 with great fanfare and gaiety. To motivate the students and to add excitement factor, the students were asked to make Bathukamma Palettes Dept. wise. This small competition as an activity flourished joyfulness and competitiveness among students. The Bathukamma festival, which symbolises the customs and way of life of the Telangana State should bring light into the lives of people, said the Dr. Vanaja, Treasurer, Balaji Group of Institutions. Dr. A.Rajendraprasad Reddy, Chairman, Balaji Group of Institutions, Dr. V.S.Hariharan, Principal, BITS, Heads of the Depts. and students were attended in the celebrations.

Cultural club conducted Anthyakshari Activity on 19-09-2017 to all Diploma, UG and PG students. Anthyakshari Activity is quite popular among students and it aims at bringing out the singing talent, knowledge of songs and enhancing student confidence in facing the competitions. Total 18 teams i.e 72 students registered and they actively participated in all the rounds. Total 5 rounds have been conducted. Club appreciated the winners with Certificates and some gifts.

Shrestah’17, A National Level Technical Students’ Symposium organized at our campus on 14-10-2017. In this connection we Cultural Club planned and performed a welcome song on Shrestah’15 stage which added a flavour to the main event. Also we planned and executed a Flash Mob just before the day of event to create awareness on importance of the event among the students. Cultural club organized several cultural events like dances, fashion show, skits, Rangoli etc. to entertain the audience. Other college students also participated actively in these events. Sujayanth Khan, Principal Director, Central Institute of Tool Design, Hyderabad was the Chief Guest to this program. The event took place in the presence of Dr. A.Rajendraprasad Reddy, Chairman, Balaji Group of Institutions who presided over the function.