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Clubs

Music Club

Incharge:

1. Dr. Rupasree Mukhopadhyay, Dept. of Genetics

2. Dr. P. Varija Rani, Dept. of Telugu

Welcome to the Musical World of OUCW, Koti

2014-2015

  • The Music Club of OUCW was officially initiated in 2014. The first meeting was arranged with the interested students and the mentors, Dr. Rupasree and Dr. Varija on 26th July 2014.
  • Almost about 200 students registered their names and participated in the activities of Music Club. Students who were skilled in playing various musical instruments were selected and an OUCW Instrument Band’ was created.
  • In August 2014, the members were trained with the College Song and other patriotic songs to be performed for Independence Day.
  • On 7th August 2014 the OUCW Instrument Band and Choir group performed live retreat music for Convocation 2014.
  • Students of Choir group consistently performed and participated in various college activities including, Independence Day, Republic Day, Communal Harmony week, Alumni day, Sports day and College day.
  • A special song was set to tune and rendered by Choir group during the Ninetieth year Navathi Celebrations from 18-20 September 2014.
  • In association with SPICMACAY, a Sarangi recital was organized at Prof. Pramada devi Seminar Hall on 19th January 2015. The artist Ustad Kamaal saberi , accompanied by Ustad N. Javed on Tabla mesmerized the audience with the lovely tones of classical music.
  • For the first time in OUCW, a much appreciated classical Jugalbandhi of Hindustani and Carnatic music was rendered by R. Mridula and Chandana Negi during College day celebrations on 21st February 2015.
  • The members of Music Club actively participate and contribute in the weekly assemblies of the college.
  • The following recognitions were awarded to the members of Music Club during 2014-15:
    • 16th August 2014: National level Dikshitarkrithi competions of NadaBharathi : R. Mridula won First prize in regional level.
    • 28th August 2014: Bhavanotsav Fest; R. Mridula won First prize in Classical Solo Vocal; Chandana Negi won First prize in Light Solo Vocal
    • 19th October 2014: Hindu Saregama M.S. Subbulakshmi Award 2014: R.Mridula went upto semi-finals level.
    • Nov 2014: D. Harshavardhini participated in Alapana Programme on DD Saptagiri channel.
    • 9th January 2015: Tribal and Multicultural Youth Festival, Govt. of Telangana: OUCW Choir group sang a Bengali folk song and won second prize.

On the whole, the Music Club has brought much credit and colour to the college and its festivities, and has garnered maximum appreciation through their multifaceted activities.

2015-2016

  • The musical Choir group of OUCW welcomes the first year students with lovely melodies at the Orientation programme on 15th June 2015.
  • Fresh registrations of Music Club were done which added the total members up to about 300.
  • The meritorious students of Music Club formed a Cultural group named SAPTAC (Students Association for Promotion of Tradition And Culture). SAPTAC performed a cultural programme at MCR-HRD Training Institute for a training workshop conducted for IAS and CSS officer’s on 22nd July 2015. The audience were enthralled by their performance which has boosted the morales for their future endeavours.
  • Proposed activities of Music Club for the year 2015-2016:
    • Patriotic songs competition in July-August 2015.
    • Auditions/selections for OUCW Choir group for 2015-16.
    • Basic vocal training for the members of the club.
    • Music Concerts (Vocal/ Instrumental) by professional artists in association to SPICMACAY and other non-profit organizations.
    • To start Instumental Training classes (Casio/ Guitar/Congo) for interested students.