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Drama Club

SRC in association with Department of Humanities started Drama Club in 2014 with the objective to provide platform to budding actors, script writers and stage directors. The club organises drama workshops and prepares the students to represent the college in drama competitions at University, State and National Level. Students showcase their dramatic skills by staging performance on the occasion of Independence Day, Republic Day and in Annual social gathering. The club functions under the guidance of its mentor faculty Ms. Pratishruti S Singh.

NAUTANKI-THE DRAMA CLUB MAKES RCOEM PROUD

On March 21st, 2017 National Level CSIR-NEERI Conference on Water Scarcity and Awareness was held, which focused on the problem of worldwide water scarcity and pollution. Also the conference stressed upon the ways to save water and make people aware about it. The Conference was open to the public as well as press. Approximately 300 people were in attendance. During the conference, attendees shared opinions, thoughts and suggestions for about this topic. Dr.Rakesh Kumar, CSIR-NEERI Director; Dr.Pawan Labhasetwar, Scientist & Head, WT & M division were present, to discuss in the conference. They were the keynote speakers.
The winning team of Nautanki being awarded with the cash prize

During the day, CSIR-NEERI had organised various competitions for Drama and Short Films so as to send a strong visual message to the common man making them alert and aware about the Water related campaign. NAUTANKI-The Drama Club, participated in the competition under the Dramatics category under the guidance of the club mentor, Mrs. Pratishruti Singh Agrawal.
The winning team along with Faculty In Charge, Pratishruti Singh-Agarwal being appreciated by General Secretary, Shri Govindlalji Agarwal and Principal, Dr R S Pande

Participants had the opportunity to represent their college in front of the foreign delegates present on and off the dais. They had to research about their character and relate it to the present day scenario. Our college secured the 3rd position and was awarded a cash prize of Rs.10, 000.We were also invited on March 22ndto perform again. At the conclusion of the conference, the club was invited by a member of a theatre group based in Mumbai and invited to Pune to perform the same play. The team comprised Script Writer: Saurabh Hardas Director: Mustafa Neemuchwala Cast: Amar Mishra, Nikita Sen, Nishad Janefalkar, Nishigandha Gawande, Vedant Vyas, Viddhesh Gharpure and Vivek Thaware.

Anubhav Gupta and Anurima Chakraborty being appreciated for their performance at Litfest

Report (2015-16)

It was a showdown of serious talent at the Drama Cup-2016 held at the main auditorium, RCOEM on 1st February, 2016. 10 teams from different branches had enthusiastically participated in the event where Mechanical Engineering branch won the Drama Cup for this year. Electronics Engineering branch stood 2nd and Electronics & Communications Engineering branch bagged the 3rd position.

Winners of Drama cup 2015-16 [Electronics Engineering Branch]


A still from Yellow, Electronics Engineering branch


A still from Khuda Afiz, Mechanical Engineering branch