Day 2 At “Goonj” St. Xavier’s College Ahmedabad


Goonj, the much talked about CulFest of St. Xavier’s College is making news across the city and how! The energy of the place is like wine; it keeps getting better each day! Day 2’s theme was “Denim”. Every student in the college flaunted smart denim jackets, dresses, jeans and more to be in sync with the theme. Day 1 was more of an in-house event with departments selecting the best of their candidates for further competitions. Day 2 was an inter-departmental event and it was extremely impressive.


Day 2 kick started with a beautiful prayer and inauguration ceremony by the Chief Guest, Principal and the faculties of the college.
Goonj College Culfest


The lighting of the lamps


The felicitations!
The Felicitations at the Goonj Culfest


Principal, Fr Robert gave out an inspiring message to all the students
Fr Robert at St Xaviers College AHmedabad


It was a full house early in the morning and the energy was infectious!
Audience at OAT Xaviers College AHmedabad


It was also Swami Vivekanand’s birthday and the young faculties of the college shared some inspiring words

Some glimpses from the feet-tapping Western Song competition!


No, no that isn’t some hoarding painted by a professional; that is the canteen wall painted by the students. Bravo!


The backdrop!
The backdrop


And then there is food!


All in all the second day of the college was eventful, beautiful and full of energy. Day two didn’t only give out tangible reasons why Sr. Xavier’s College is fantastic; it also gave the city a promise; a promise that it is going to give out some of the most well trained youth to the country. Agreed CulFest is a time to sit back, enjoy and display your skills, but it is also a time to organize, learn and value time more than ever before. If you ever thought a bunch of Arts and Science students cannot set examples for Management; you need to be a part of “Goonj” right away!

Well done!

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