Cultural Cell

Cultural activities are an integral part of student’s college curriculum. Students participate in cultural activities for a wide variety of reasons: for enjoyment and entertainment, for personal growth and development, as a means of expression, to learn new skills, to meet new people and to pass on cultural tradition. Sambhram Academy of Management Studies has a rich heritage of nurturing and showcasing talents in the cultural and other activities.

OBJECTIVES

The main objective is to bring out the multi faceted potentials of students.

FUNCTIONS OF THE CELL
Sambhram Academy of Management Studies Celebration of Kannada Rajyotsava November 27, 2021

It was a pride for everyone in the College to be a part of the celebration of Kannada Rajyotsava, also known as Karnataka Formation Day or Karnataka Day this year; not only Kannada-Speaking but others also participated in this pride-celebration. This was the day in 1956 when all the Kannada language speaking regions of South Western India were merged to form the State of Karnataka. Aluru Venkata Rao was the first person who dreamt of unifying the State as early as 1905 with the Karnataka Ekikarana movement. In 1950 India became republic and different provinces were formed in the country on the basis of language spoken in the particular region and this gave birth to the State of Mysore including various places in South India, which were earlier ruled by the Kings.On November 01,1956, Mysore State, comprising most of the area of the erstwhile princely State of Mysore, was merged with the Kannada-speaking areas of the Bombay and Madras Presidencies, as also of the principality of Hyderabad, to create a unified Kannada-speaking sub-national entity.

North Karnataka, Malnad (Canara) and old Mysore were thus the three regions of the newly formed Mysore State. The newly unified State initially retained the name “Mysore”, which was that of the erstwhile Princely State which formed the core of the new entity.But the people of North Karnataka did not favour the retention of the name Mysore, as it was closely associated with the erstwhile principality and the Southern areas of the new State. In deference to this logic, the name of the State was changed to “Karnataka” on November 01, 1973. Shri Devaraj Urs was the Chief Minister of the State when this landmark decision was taken; other people credited for the unification of Karnataka include littérateurs like K. ShivaramKaranth,Kuvempu, Masti VenkateshaIyengar, A. N. Krishna Rao and B. M. Srikantaiah.

The College campus wore a festive look that day as students wore red and yellow Karnataka Flag singing the Kannada Enthem‘Jaya BharathaJananiyaTanujate’; religion not being a factor, the Rajyotsava was celebrated by students of all faiths. DrSrikanthamNagendraShastry, Associate Professor in Kannada; Head, Department of Music and Deputy Registrar, Maharani Cluster University, Bangalore and  Dr Renuka R, Head Mistress, Malleswaram Government School, Bangalore were the Key Note Speaker and Chief Guest respectively. With usual fervor of State patriotic zeal, the program started with NaadaGeethe and lighting the auspicious lamp by the Guests andthen welcoming the Galaxy of Guests, students, faculty members by Prof K C Mishra, Principal with a sense of State pride; even he coined Rajyotsava with Utkal Divas of Odishafalling on April 01 and his submission of his second home being Karnataka was really heart touching, the first being his home State Odisha. Dr Shastry focused about importance of Kannada language, its culture, sung Purandara Dasageetha  and explained its meaning too.

 DrRenuka recalled the challenge she has shouldered of teaching basic Kannada to others and her literary journey in Kannada. Mr. C N Anil, Head of UG Department of Commerce and Management, highlighted about the language reciting ‘Kavana’. Students winning prizes in events like Essay, Debate, Pick and Speak, KavanaVachana, Kannada Ethihasa and ChithraKavana were awarded by the Guests. MrsGeetha, Kannada Faculty extended vote of thanks to end the formal function followed by different cultural dance and songs which ultimately impacted all sundry the aesthetic fervour of our Motherland, Karnataka.

Sambhram Academy of Management Studies Sambhram Habba March 22, 2019

The colorful and memorable extravaganza “Sambhram Habba”- The Cultural Fest was organized much to utilize the socio-cultural creativity and zeal of our students. It was designed as follows:

Kerala State

Kerala’s cultural heritage is centuries old; the culture of Kerala is an amalgam of native art forms, language, literature, architectural style, music, festivals, cuisine, archaeological monuments, heritage centers and so on. There are many cultural institutions dedicated to protect these as well. The students tried their best to depict all these forms of cultural legacy to enlighten the audience.

 

North East States

The term North Indian Culture officially describes the cultural heritage of the seven North Indian States of PunjabJammu & KashmirChandigarh (Union Territory), HaryanaDelhiHimachal Pradesh, and Uttar Pradesh (which itself means “Northern State”). Other States which are not formally part of North India, but which are traditionally, culturally and linguistically seen to be so are Rajasthan and Bihar. North Indian culture reflects the diversity of traditions and customs of the vast region it encompasses. It was astounding to see students immersed in the regional festivities very enthusiastically to show to all others the best from them and the best about them.

The State of Karnataka

Kannadigas celebrated Dasara as the State Festival of Karnataka; it is a place of million stories that are told through its forts, palaces and ancient towns. Any acquaintance with the State can be started with a sightseeing tour to understand its history, culture and ethos through its monuments. 

The Beauty of Nepal

Nepal students executed their culture dressing food Nepal is a country of highly diverse and rich geography, culture, religions and political instability. The mountainous north contains eight of the world’s ten highest Himalayan Mountains, including the highest, Mount Everest. Nepal’s faces many problems caused by governmental clashes, surrounded by the complex situation that is Nepalese politics.

The Stage Format: The Stage Events

The Principal Prof K C Mishra welcomed the gathering and Mr. C N Anil, Head of the Department of Commerce and Management and Mrs Sunitha from Computer Science Department also shared the dais to launch the events in the auditorium.

The International Students @ Bangalore Culture
Invocation Dance by Sixth Semester B.Com Student Jhon

Pushpanjali, offering of flowers to God; was the first dance in a Bharatha Natyam style. It is the salutation to the Lord of Dance The Nataraja, the Guru, the musicians and the audience all together.

Cultural events were held by the following teams:
Kannada Rajyotsava Celebration November 16, 2018

KANNADA RAJYOTSAVA was celebrated with fervor and enthusiasm in M.Com and MBA Department of Sambhram Academy of Management Studies, Bangalore. The program began with hoisting of Kannada flag with Yellow and Red colour marking the peace and revolution. Students in a group sung the Karnataka Naada geethe “Jayabharata jananiya tanu jate” composed by Rashtra kavi Kuvempu. The program was held at Sri. R Venkatesh Auditorium. It began with light of lamp by the dignitaries. Welcome speech was given by Dr. H.A.Raghavendra, Professor, MBA and MCom department.

In his speech he explained the origin of Karnataka state and significance of kannada language. He also explained the struggle of the great people to make Kannada language to this state. But expressed his regrets to see that there is a need for making kannada language as compulsory in all correspondence with the State government. He opined that all people of Karnataka should use kannada language and grow with other languages also. Dr. Muralidhara, Assistant Professor of Kannada, UG Section of Sambhram Academy of Management Studies opined that kannadigas should teach Kannada language to the non kannadigas. The non kannadigas should be given ample chance to learn Kannada language. He also felt happy that the inscriptions of Kannada language is found even in the far off countries like Vietnam.

The president of the program Prof. K.C.Mishra, Principal, SAMS gave presidential remarks. Even though he is not a kannadiga he spoke in Kannada. He expressed his happiness that Kannada has bagged second maximum ‘Jnana peetha’ awards. He said that he is proud to be a part of this Karnataka state for more than decades. He opined that Karnataka State is his second home. Cultural activities were performed by the students. The winners of the cultural competitions were awarded prizes. DOLLU KUNITHA, famous folklore of Karnataka was exhibited. Prakruthi, student of M.Com anchored the program. ech he explained the origin of Karnataka state and significance of kannada language. He also explained the struggle of the great people to make Kannada language to this state. But expressed his regrets to see that there is a need for making kannada language as compulsory in all correspondence with the State government.

He opined that all people of Karnataka should use kannada language and grow with other languages also. Dr. Muralidhara, Assistant Professor of Kannada, UG Section of Sambhram Academy of Management Studies opined that kannadigas should teach Kannada language to the non kannadigas. The non kannadigas should be given ample chance to learn Kannada language. He also felt happy that the inscriptions of Kannada language is found even in the far off countries like Vietnam. The president of the program Prof. K.C.Mishra, Principal, SAMS gave presidential remarks. Even though he is not a kannadiga he spoke in Kannada. He expressed his happiness that Kannada has bagged second maximum ‘Jnana peetha’ awards. He said that he is proud to be a part of this Karnataka state for more than decades. He opined that Karnataka State is his second home. Cultural activities were performed by the students. The winners of the cultural competitions were awarded prizes. DOLLU KUNITHA, famous folklore of Karnataka was exhibited. Prakruthi, student of M.Com anchored the program.

Report of Dashain Festival Held at Sambhram Campus October 18, 2018

Sambhram International Students’ Association [SISA] conducted this Program October 18, 2018 on the occasion of Dashain/ Dasahara Festive legacy/culture. The event was conducted to celebrate Dashain Festival by International Students from Nepal, India and few other countries to aware them about the Cultural Legacy of India. The program was conducted in the Sri R Venkatesh Auditorium; event started with welcoming of Chief Guest Dr K C Mishra and Guest of Honor Mr. Mobarak Abdalla.

Then lighting of auspicious lamp marked inauguration of the program with brief introductory remark. Then Cultural Extravaganza continued to take place on the stage by the overzealous young students with dashing spirit and zeal representing various Colleges across Bangalore; like dance, singing, fashion show and videos session.

Participants of the Events No of students 264 No of Colleges 8 No of Country 8 Name of the Colleges Sambhram College 207 Ramaiah College 24 Acharya College 11 New Horizon College 6 East West College 6 Nitte Meenakshi College 5 Koshy’s College 3 S.B College 2 Post Script of the Event Facilitated develop networking relation among International Students from various Colleges with Sambhram Group, Bangalore.

Mr. Mubarak, President and Mr. Santosh, Vice President, SISA were instrumental in organizing this program supported by all Nepal, Afghanistan and Indian students studying various courses in Sambhram Group.

REPORT ON CULTURAL EVENT ORGANIZED ON FEBRUARY 02, 2018

Sambhram Academy of Management Studies conducted a cultural fest on February 02, 2018 in their auditorium. The event was inaugurated by the Principal, Dr. K.C. Mishra with the singing of the invocation song. There were a number of programs like ethnic dance, classical dance, solo song and ramp walk that the students showcased on the stage. The dress code of the event was black and undergraduate and postgraduate students adhered to this dress code and they rocked the stage with their splendid performances.

REPORT OF CULTURAL EVENT “SANSKRITI” HELD ON MARCH 23,2017

Sambhram Academy of Management Studies had organized a cultural fest named “SANSKRITI” on March 23,2017 in R. Venkatesh Auditorium. The program was inaugurated with the lighting of the lamp by the Principal, Dr. K.C. Mishra. He mesmerized the gathering with his opening remarks.The coordinators of all the departments(Department of Computer Science,Department of Undergraduate Studies and School of Management) also spoke on this occasion. Ms. Aswathi,second year MBA student proposed vote of thanks.

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