The Sports Day for
Narmada Campus was scheduled on 12th February, 2015. The Chief Guest
of the Sports Day was Shri R. B. Panchal – CS & GM, GNFC Ltd and Trustee,
NEST. The Director Educator Education, Dr Pankaj Jani motivated the students by
Our College, Narmada
College of Management, very actively participated in sports day in all the
organized events. The events were – Race 100m (Boys/Girls), Race 200m (Boys/Girls),
Relay Race 4 x 100m (Boys/Girls), Javelin Throw (Boys/Girls), Discuss Throw
(Boys/Girls) and Shot Put (Boys/Girls).
Around 50 Students
participated in college level screening and finals as well. The games were held
as schedule attached with the report.
College of Management was given task of conducting all the throw events:
Javelin Throw (Boys/Girls), Discuss Throw (Boys/Girls) and Shot Put
Mr. Kunal Mojidra, Mr.
D. D. Mehta and a group of volunteers worked hard to prepare the grounds for
the throw events on 10th February and for organizing and managing
the assigned events on 11th February, 2015.
The students of Narmada
College of Management also participated in March Past on Sports Day 12th
February. The finals for race events
were held after that.
Then it was followed by
Price Distribution. Students who excelled at various levels – Campus, State and
Nation were awarded prizes.
Two Students of Narmada
College of Management won prizes in the event.
1.Patel Kaushal – Sem II – 1st
Position – Discuss Throw
2.Sinha Neharani – Sem IV – 3rd
Position – Discuss Throw
The Vote of thanks for
the Ramat Utsav 2015 was given by Mr. Kunal Mojidra.
The Ramat Utsav 2015 has
served as an inspiration for all the students.
Ranga Rang Utsav:
UTSAV is an annual event
celebrated every year by Narmada college campus wherein students of NCSC, NCCA
and NCM showcase their talent through various cultural activities. Our NCM
student also participated in UTSAV-2015 whole heartedly.
Two forms of Dance performance
was displayed by NCM depicting Maharastrian and South Indian culture.
Students from MBA second year
(Girls) performed Marathi – laavni style dance, praising lord Ganesha on a
popular song “DEVA SHRI GANESHA” by
using prop as lesuims.
Our first year students (group of
boys and girls) performed on south Indian free style dance on famous Tamil song
“APPADI PODE PODE”
Both dance forms performed were
full of energy, expressions, graceful and live on stage.
Our both performances were
appreciated by Management and Audience as well.