CULTURAL EVENTS

  1. Ganesh Chaturthi – At RBIMS, Lord Ganesha is worshipped for 10 days , with great faith and love. On the 11th day, the statue is taken through the streets in a procession accompanied with dancing, singing and colours, to be immersed in water.

  2. Thanganaat – Thanganaat is Navratri celebration, enjoyed with much fervor by the students and faculties alike by dancing to the tunes of Garba and worshiping the Goddess Durga in her different forms. It is an event full of enthusiasm, tradition and music.

  3. Holi – Festival of Colors, Holi, is celebrated by everyone and crosses the barriers of religion and caste. It is a spring celebration and the exuberant ritual of putting color on each other. At RBIMS, Holi fills the real color of love, spirituality, equality and dedication towards keeping alive Indian culture & tradition.

  4. Agrim – RBIMS organizes a state level inter-college annual cultural event “Agrim”, in the event full of expressions, fun and excitement.. The event is for participation at both UG and PG level (including students of BBA, B Com, MBA, MCA, BCA etc). The event offers exciting combination of formal (B Quiz, IT Quiz, Ad Mad Show) and informal (Antakshari, Treasure hunt, dancing, singing & Rangoli competition) events. Every year it is celebrated with huge participation and much enthusiasm. Around 500 students from more than 50 colleges across the state take part in various events.

  5. Fresher’s Party – This party is held by senior students to welcome the new batch every year in September

  6. Days’ Celebrations – At RBIMS, various days are celebrated to rejuvenate the students from the burden of studies. Many days like “Back to School Day”, Traditional Day, Group Day, etc. are celebrated with HOD’s permission.
  7. Farewell party – Every year juniors give a Farewell party to the last semester students, to bid them good-bye with best wishes for their future.

  8. Teachers’ Day – Teachers’ Day is celebrated on 5th, as a day for appreciation of teachers and as a mark of tribute to the contribution made by teachers to the society.

  9. Job Fair – Job Fair is arranged in association with the Employment Exchange of India. It provides job opportunities to many unemployed people and serves as a platform for meeting up of job providers and seekers.

  10. Graduation Ceremony – This is held in recognition of the accomplishments of the students who have successfully completed their post graduations.

  11. Orientation program – It is a welcome party for new admissions. This would make them feel comfortable and be at ease in the new college environment.

  12. All India radio recording for youth forum – The All India Radio team had come to record the statements and experiences of our students and staff.

  13. Tashanbaaz by radio red fm – It was a talent hunt program organized by Radio red FM. Students participated whole heartedly with their music, dance and drama performance.