B.V. Doshi Gold Medal Award
16th Feb 2018
BV Doshi award was given to Hitesh Panjwani by renowned Landscape Architect Jayant Dharap, in the presence of President Ar.Sachin Gulve , I.P.P. Er.Yogesh Kasar with Principal Dr. Prajakta Baste and his parents.
B.V.Doshi Gold Medal Award is an award given for Academic excellence. The award has been presented to students who stand first in Architectural Thesis, since 1996. The award has been initiated together with the Architecture & Engineer Association (A&E), Nashik. The name of the award was decided with consent from Pritzker prize winner Ar. B.V. Doshi. The medal presented has a special importance as it is designed by the noble architect, Ar. B.V.Doshi himself. The college invites imminent architects who interact with students discussing their academics and also provide them with career guidance>/p>
‘Mistura’ an Art Fest
Mr. Sumit Pawar
18th Dec 2017 To 25th Dec 2017
Organizing an art fest ‘ Mistura’ is an excellent effort made by N.G.O. ‘Shaurya’, that focuses on showcasing Nashik’s culture and heritage through various talents such as dance, music, painting, drama and many more art forms. Every year arrangements are made on Godavari River front wherein various artists can portray their talent to people in an open environment without any boundaries.MVPS’s college of architecture is proud to be associated with Shaurya’s Mistura event every year to make it a success. Many students from the institute work as volunteers for the N.G.O. The students engage in making of sculptures, free standing installations, paintings, origami models etc. Students also actively participate in various other talent activities and competitions during the event. Shaurya is an N.G.O. that works for under privileged sector of the society by providing learning platform as well as financial aids for various activities.
Foundation day celebration
01st Sep 2017
Turning back the 28 pages of the year book in history dated 1st Sept 1989 was the day when first batch entered the college. To cherish this moment, every year since then this day is celebrated as the college day. On this occasion the students of 2nd year B.Arch and B des. took collaborative efforts to erect a structure that acted as a “mushroom column” covering the entire courtyard space. The structure made out of bamboo was aimed to be aesthetically appealing, useful and sustainable. Balancing the whole canopy of around 216 Sq.m on a single column support assembly was a tough task that was successfully achieved by the students unitedly with the help of Prof. Hemant Thakre and Prof. Anil Thombare. Senior faculties, Prof. Sanjeev Patil from Architecture and Prof Smita Rayate madam from Design disciplines, along with all the faculty members inaugurated the structure. Lot of enthusiasm was seen in the students through the day. The eve was celebrated with fresher’s party to welcome first year batches of architecture and B.des students who actively participated in cultural performances.
10th July 2017
On 10 July, Gurupournima was celebrated. Teachers or Guru play a major role in making their students responsible citizens of tomorrow and good human beings. Students performed exclusively for teachers were a memorable one. Students from B Arch & B Des were present and exhibited their talents as a treat to the teachers. The celebration was followed by a speech given by various students and teachers.
Independence Day celebration
15th Aug 2017
71th Independence day was celebrated with great enthusiasm & respect in MVPS’s Samaj College of Architecture, Nashik. Students from both fraternities decorated the campus for celebration. The honourable Principal, Dr. Prajakta Baste madam hoisted the Indian flag at 7.30 a.m. in the campus in presence of all the students and faculties.
Marathi rajyabhasha Din celebration
26th Feb 2018
On the occasion of Late Shri. V.V. Shirwadkar (Kusumagraj) Janmadin, the renowned Marathi writer, ‘Marathi Rajya Bhasha Din’ was celebrated with great enthusiasm in M.V.P.S. College of Architecture,Nashik. Renowned artist, Mr. Nandu Gawande conducted a calligraphy workshop for first year B.Arch and B.Des students. Mr. Gawande delivered a speech wherein he threw light on richness and uniqueness of Marathi language. He expressed the necessity of today’s generation to be proud of the mother tongue and respect the same by practising ‘Marathi’ in day-to-day affairs.Mr. Gawande demonstrated the use of simple tools like toothbrush, ice-cream sticks, crushed paper etc. to create beautiful calligraphy explorations in Marathi. Students actively participated in the workshop. Their work was displayed in the campus. Principlal, Dr. Prajakta Baste, Prof. Gitanjali Patil, Prof. Abhishek Nasikkar, Prof. Ketaki Manolkar, Prof. Ankita Pathare, Prof. Sharmishtha Surajiwale from B.Arch and Prof. Pratiksha Bankar, Prof Bhoomika from B.Des. Were involved in the activity.
Republic Day Celebration
26th Jan 2018
On 26 January 2016, MVPS’s College of Architecture, Nashik witnessed 68 th Republic day celebration at the college campus. The programme started with hoisting of national flag by Principal Dr .Prajakta Base madam.
19th Feb 2018
On 19th February 2018, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Jayanti was celebrated with great patriotism in the institute. Hon. Principal madam, Dr. Prajakta Baste welcomed the chief guest Prof. Sopan Watpade. Prof Watpade is a patriotic researcher and learner of ‘Shivcharitra’ for around 20 years. He has delivered several lectures on Shivcharitra at various institutes in Maharashtra. Prof. Watpade delivered a speech to students, which emphasized on the life of Shivaji Maharaj and his great achievements. The event aimed at creating awareness in the young minds of the students regarding the valiant Maratha warrior, Shivaji Maharaj. Students from B.Arch and B.Des enthusiastically took part in the activities organized for them on the occasion.
Dr. Vasantrao Pawar Smriti Din
06th Oct 2018
Late Dr. Vasantrao Pawar was a great educationalist and was the Ex-Sarchitnis of Maratha Vidya Prasarak Samaj. As a mark of respect and gratitude to his contributions towards the organization, a session was organized in the institute to keep his memories alive. Chief guest invited for the session was Ex- Principal from K.T.H.M. College, Nashik. On the occasion, Dr. N.R. Bhadane Sir shared his experiences working with Late Dr. Pawar sir. He threw light on the visionary and progressive nature of Late Dr. Pawar that contributed Martha Vidya Prasarak Samaj to reach a remarkable position in the field of education. He also urged the students to learn and adopt different dimensions of Dr. Pawar’s personality like social commitment, discipline, public education, good values, morality and organizational skills to be successful in life.
Yoga day celebration
21th June 2017
The World Yoga Day was celebrated on 21st June to bring peace, harmony, happiness and success to every soul in the world. The opportunity was taken by M.V.P.S.’s College of Architecture, Nashik to imbibe the value of discipline in its students. Volunteers from Yogavidyadham, Nashik were invited to conduct a yoga session in the college between 8 am and 9:30 am. Students got the chance to know how yoga embodies unity of mind and body and importance of yoga as a mental, physical and spiritual practice that needs to be carried every day. The students of B. Arch and B. Des. along with the teachers performed yoga. Different yoga postures like Vrikshasana, Uttaanaasana, Trikonaasana, Bhadrasana, Shashankaasana, Bhujangasana, Pawana Muktaasana, finally ended with Pranayama and meditation. Prayers were recited before and after the programme.
Cans’ Got Talent Dance And Singing Competition
03rd Jan 2017
This year, the much anticipated annual event of socials started with ‘Cans’ got Talent’ show. Student’s council members and social secretary organized the event. Scrutinized participants from both disciplines across all years performed various talents such as dance, singing – both solo and group. Students enjoyed the event and everyone participated with enthusiasm. The competition was judged by Suruchi Randive and Smita Kasar Patil. All the faculty members attended the event. Winners, runner up and special mentions were awarded. The event was followed by a dance party.
Celebration Of Gokulashthami – Dahi Handi
14th Aug 2017
This year, on 14th August, the playful event of Dahi handi took place with a lot of excitement. The event was organized by students’ Council. The students’ council organized a safe and secure Dahi handi play in the courtyard All the classes participated as teams of 12-18 students. The participants and onlookers enjoyed the game. The event was monitored by senior faculty members and non-teaching team for safety purpose.
Welcome of New Batch – Freshers Party
01st Sep 2017
This year, the fresher’s party celebrations started with a welcome note by the student’s council representative. The second-year students conducted the program with a lot of enthusiasm. The first-year students were invited on stage to introduce themselves in an innovative way. They were also encouraged to showcase their talents. This way the students are remembered vividly throughout their college life. All the faculty members attended the event. Ms. Fresher and Mr. Fresher titles were awarded by the hands of Principal Baste Ma’am. The event was followed by a dance party and welcome dinner.
Celebration of Ganapati Festival
25th Aug 2017
Like every year, after the Ganpati idol-making workshop with Shaadu clay, Ganesh sthapana was done on 5th September. Interesting and varied manifestations of Ganesha idol were explored by students and all these are worshipped during the 10 day Ganesha festival. Each day a common aarti took place at 10.00 am in the morning followed by Prasada. Every day one class took responsibility and arranged Prasad for the entire college. It is nice cultural atmosphere created in college for 10 days. The visarjan ceremony took place on the 10th day as per rituals in college campus. Student council takes initiative in arranging and coordinating the whole event.
Maharashtra Times Art Fest
09th June 2017
To celebrate the 6th year of establishment of Maharashtra Times, Nashik Edition, a two day ‘ Kalasangam’ (Art Fest) was organized at M.V.P.S.’s College of Architecture, Nashik. The event was rendered by performances, demonstrations and exhibits of the maestros in art field. The first day of the fest saw demonstrations of sculptures, paintings, cartoons, warli paintings, Landscape and creative paintings, Calligraphy by renowned artists from various fields. The second day was the day of live performances of dance and music by renowned artists and their disciples. The entire daylong event was organized with the various activities happening all over the institute in 8 different sessions. The art fest was inaugurated by renowned cartoonist Shri Dnyanesh Sonar in the presence of the chief guests Shrimati Nilima Tai Pawar, Sarchitnis, at M.V.P.Samaj, Nashik and Shri Ravindra Singhal, Police Commisioner, Nashik and Shri. ShaileshTanpure, Editor, Maharashtra Times, Nashik Edition and Principal, Dr. Prajakta Baste.
Celebration Of Samaj Din
19th Aug 2017
This year, on the 19th August, Samaj din was celebrated remembering the founders of the MVP samaj. The images of visionary leaders were arranged and decorated in the atrium with garlands and rangoli. Principal Ma’am and all faculty paid tribute to the images. Principal ma’am addressed the programme with a remembrance speech. Smita Kasar Patil Ma’am shared one of the stories of the formative years of the Sanstha and the struggle these great people went through.
Farewell To Final Year – Thee Awards
04th Jan 2018
This year, the ‘THEE awards’ celebration started with a grand welcome procession of the final year Batch. The entire college gathered to warmly welcome the exit batch in the campus one last time. The second-year students conducted with the program with great enthusiasm. The students graduating batch were given various awards. This recognized their qualities and contribution while on campus. The award ceremony was followed by a speech by few of the faculty members remembering the journey of graduating batch. Few students also shared their experience and expressed gratitude towards institute and faculty members. All the faculty members attended the event. Ms. Cans and Mr. Cans titles were awarded. The event was followed by dance party and farewell dinner.