Cultural Activities

The New Building of S B Patil College of Architecture & Design was Inaugurated on 16th February, 2018. All the trustee members of PCET trust, Principal, Staff and students attended the event.

Date: 10, 11, 12 January 2018

Venue: SBPCOAD

Subject: Annual Sports Events 2017-18

Various sports like Football, Cricket, Basket ball, Volley ball, Kho-Kho were conducted by the students followed by a cricket match between Faculty Members v/s Volunteers of the sports event.

Date: 13th Januray, 2018

Venue: SBPCOAD

Subject: ANNUAL CULTURAL EVENT "DANKA 2018"

Annual Cultural event "DANKA 2018" took place on 13th evening at our college Campus. The theme for the event was OSCAR NIGHT. The evening witnessed many dance and musical performances as the students were dressed in Tuxedos and Gowns.

Venue: SBPCOAD

Subject: A tribute ahead of Guru Purnima!

Guru Purnima is a unique concept in India, when a full moon day in the month of Ashadh is dedicated to one’s guru, mentor or Acharya/Teacher. This occasion was celebrated in our college. The students expressed their respect and gratitude towards their teachers, who are their inspiration and aspiration. Teachers also expressed their pleasure and happiness; whose core is selflessness and service.

Date: 07/07/2017

Venue: SBPCOAD

Subject: Tree Plantation Drive for Architectural students and Professor's

S.B.Patil College of Architecture and Design had organised a Tree Plantation Drive for Architectural students and Professor's on 7th July, 2017. The Purpose of the drive is to create awareness among the students regarding the importance of trees and the environmental concerns.

OBJECTIVE:

1. Include the students and Professor's in the activity together which helps in creating interactive and healthy relations between the two sector's

2. Impart information about the trees and their native origins along with their environmental importance and impacts.

OUTCOME:

Plantation at the college campus will inculcate the feeling of belonging and caring for the planted trees while being at the college on a daily basis over a period of time.