Pillai College has always promoted various human arts and this was proved once again, when Marathi vangmay mandal organised a debate competition in Marathi language on the occasion of Marathi Bhasha Gaurav Din i.e. 27th February, 2020. Total 6 teams participated in the event.
In a time when English dominates other languages, it was nice to see support for the Marathi. Various social topics were given to them for the debate. The topics selected were relevant to current social issues in life. The event was judged by Mrs. Sanjana Bhangale. The format of the Competition was an interactive session, where every student was given a chance to put across their points. Certificates were awarded to the winners & runners-up as well as participants.
Pillai College of Arts, Commerce & Science, New Panvel celebrated Shivaji Maharaj Jayanti on 20th February, 2020. It was a great honour to celebrate this day. An exhibition was organised to give information about various forts.About 150 forts were covered in an exhibition. Lots of students participated.Students were wearing traditional costumes. There were events like powada, Dhol tasha pathak, Lazim, Lathi kathi etc.
Pillai College of Arts, Commerce and Science, Marathi Vangamaya Mandal had organized “MY MARATHI Competition” on 14th September, 2019. The purpose of this competition was to increase their knowledge of Marathi language and inculcate the habit of using Marathi language in their day to day conversation. There were three rounds in the competition namely English to Marathi, Question Answer round, Tongue Twister. Total 16 students participated in the same event. Certificates were awarded to the winners & runners-up participants. The event was successfully conducted. Students found it very interesting and helpful.
Pillai College has always promoted the various human arts; and this was proved once again, when the Marathi Vangmay Mandal organised a Debate Competition in Marathi language on 11th September, 2018.
The term Vangmay Mandal in Marathi means a literature association. In a time where English dominates other languages, it was nice to see support for the Marathi. The event was well received, with 8 teams of students participating. Various social topics were given to them for the debate. The topics selected were relevant to current social issues in life. The event was judged by Mrs. Prajakta Kane. The format of the competition was an interactive session, where every student was given a chance to put across their points. Certificates were awarded to the winners and runners-up participants.
The Marathi Vangmaya Mandal of Pillai College of Arts, Commerce and Science conducted a Marathi Debate Competition on Thursday, 30th August, 2018 at 10:30 a.m. in L-403 of the PCACS campus.
A group visited a girls school in Sukhapur, Panvel on 25th September, 2017 and spoke to them about the less spoken menstruation and how to maintain personal hygiene. They enacted a short story showing the initial reaction and first phase that a girl goes through. It was a rare initiative taken as subjects like these are more to be not spoken about. And our students knowing the importance of spreading awareness on cleanliness and hygiene during this time chose to reach out to girls who fall in this group.The school teachers were happy and the girls got answers to most of their questions from our students.