25 hours of non-stop patriotic songs and poems at ‘Suryadatta Kavyathon 2019’

13 AUG 2019, Pune: In a unique event on the eve of the 73rd Independence Day, the Suryadatta Group of Institutes has organised the ‘Suryadatta Kavyathon 2019’ this year. The event will begin at 9 am on August 14 and will continue till 10 am on august 15, a non-stop performance for 25 hours. The event will be participated by school and college students, non-teaching staff, teachers and volunteers at the institute’s Bavdhan campus, founder of the institute Prof. Dr. Sanjay Chordia said. Mr. Chordia also stated that the performance will be noted in the ‘Golden Book World Record’. At the time, advisor Sachin Itkar, vice-president of the institute Sushama Chordia, principal Ajit Shinde, Nutan Gawli among others were present.

Prof. Dr. Chordia said that, “The event will see participation from all the colleges affiliated to the institute. The fashion technology institute would also perform a fashion show with the theme of national integration. There will be a display on traditional attire of different regions of the country, outfits made from ‘Swadeshi’ concept, embroidered apparels, and also tricolour made out of modern fabrics. The entire raw material has been prepared by the students. A segment titled ‘Walk the Hero’ will also be displayed where students will be dressed as eminent figures of India’s freedom movement. Apart from this, students will showcase creative drapes of traditional Indian sarees will walk the ramp to glorify the weaves of India. In addition, the students have also organized some live activities like rakhi making, jewellery making, mehendi/rangoli, poster making and draping.”

The students of Suryadatta College of Hotel Management and Travel Tourism (SCHMTT) would be putting up exhibits showcasing the cuisine of different states of India to show the rich and varied culinary culture of our vast nation. Apart from this, the management students from would be putting up a state economy expo, defence expo while the students of Event Management would decorate the whole venue in the colours of patriotism. There will be an exhibition called ‘Brands of India’, which will have eminent personalities from different fields including sports, agriculture, politics, entertainment, science among others who have taken the nation to a new height, said Prof. Dr. Chordia.

Mr. Sachin Itkar said that, “The students of Suryadatta have undertaken an initiative that will enliven the patriotism among themselves. Hence, the institute premises will be filled with patriotism for the two days. The institute is making untiring effort to provide quality education to students but along with it, the effort is also to remind them of social consciousness.”

The main is to make the students aware of the sacrifices and struggles of our freedom fighters, and the valour of our soldiers in wars fought after independence. It is to inculcate a feeling of unity, to make them realize that united, they can achieve the impossible, that each of them is an ambassador and representative of our nation. Itkar said that, “It could be the first time where a non-stop effort of poems and songs on patriotism is being held. Students from 12 different faculties of the institute would coordinate with each other and take up responsibilities from their domain. Hence, they would get practical and a memorable experience.”

72 children affected due to floods will get academic help: Dr Chordiya

The Suryadatta Institute made an important announcement of undertaking the academic responsibility of 72 children from the flood-affected districts of Sangli and Kolhapur. These flood-affected are getting a helping hand from all around. This help is in the form of clothes, financial, food, medicines and other essential goods. But, due to the floods, many students have lost their school stationery and books. Hence, the institute will take academic responsibility of 72 students from the region affected by floods. The students will be given free education at Suryadatta and also their accommodation arrangements will be made, Dr Chordia announced. He also appealed to other educational institutes of Pune to undertake a similar effort for the flood-affected children and lend a helping hand.