CANDID – Photography Club
Candid is the Photography Club of B.Sc. Economics, est. 2020. The Bachelor’s initiative has knit together a memorable community of photography enthusiasts. The beautiful campus of Gokhale with its foliage and ancient architecture is a sore sight for the eyes of budding photographers. The Event Press, which covers all cultural and club events, is appointed every year along with the committee. Membership is open to all.
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Aadya Khatavkar – email@example.com
Hedwig Ditto – firstname.lastname@example.org
Monushree Ganguly – email@example.com
BSc students took to capturing the patriotic moments in college
First stint at covering events along with MSc students. Also, this was the very first event covered by CANDID – Photography Club, which was started by MSc students.
Interlude – Karaoke Night
A truly beautiful night! BSc students participated with MSc students in the flagship event of Ibaadat Music Club (MSc). CANDID covered this event in its full glory!
A friendly get-together of BSc and MSc students turned out into a successful night of photography for CANDID!
Hosted by MSc students and BSc volunteers, this was an event for the books. Also covered by CANDID.
The very first event hosted by BSc students, and covered by the BSc segment of CANDID. What more does one need?
The annual MSc event, Sangam, where students from both BSc and MSc performed. Covered by CANDID.
Falak Music Society
Falak is the BSc Music Club at GIPE. The club has performed at various in-house events in the college, and is loaded with talent, from guitarists, pianists, violinists, to, of course, vocalists!
The story behind its name is quite interesting – ‘Falak’ is a word that means ‘the sky’ – and it represents the spirit of all the styles and languages of music that exist under the same sky, an analogy for the diversity which is represented in the club.
Aryaman Agrawal – firstname.lastname@example.org
Pururawa Rane – email@example.com
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The very first stint of the music club at GIPE.
Collaborating with MSc student was the first of many to come for the BSc music club.
A historic day for GIPE, as students celebrated Teachers’ Day for the first time, and that too, hosted by BSc students!
Interlude – Karaoke Night
A melodious night, set up by MSc students for all!
Another collaboration of MSc and BSc students!
Organised by BSc students, there was cheer all around! A good week for the Bsc music club!
The annual MSc event, Sangam invited the BSc music club to perform. Luckily, it was now ‘Falak’, the music club of BSc!
One Book A Month (OBAM)
The One Book A Month initiative was started by Ashish when the very first batch of B.Sc. was starting their second semester at Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics. It’s basic objective was to make the students read a new book selected by a featured guest every month, but now has become much bigger than what even Ashish imagined – now including voluntary book reviews and book discussions as well, and has turned into a great platform to learn much more than just what is taught in classrooms!
Gandhar Joshi – firstname.lastname@example.org
Rajlakshmi Chavan – email@example.com
We The Foodies (WTF)
We The Foodies is the Food Club at Gokhale Institute of Politics Economics. An initiative to truly celebrate what we all love, Food. Stay tuned as we bring to you a world of different flavors, tastes, restaurants and lifestyles. We celebrate and discuss all about food, right from easy hacks to continental delicacies, from restaurant reviews to a variety of recipes and much more. The club organizes meets filled with enthusiastic foodies sharing their experiences, diversity of tastes and fascinating stories. Check out our blog and instagram page for a glimpse!
Varada Deshpande – firstname.lastname@example.org
Tezalpreet Dhanju – email@example.com
Nivida Sadekar – firstname.lastname@example.org
Discover Your Oeuvre (DYO)
Discover Your Oeuvre is GIPE’s very own art club! We aim at adding a fine-artistic touch to the science and art of Economics. This is what our logo signifies- the messy palette in the background shows the beautiful chaos of art and life and the geometric shapes bring order to this chaos. The word Oeuvre signifies the body of work of an artist and we, at DYO aim at discovering that fine artist present in every Economist!
We shall be taking up a lot of exciting activities like art workshops under the Banyan tree, discussing the works of famous artists and organizing talks on a variety of topics that lie at the intersection of Art and Economics!!
So, are you ready to Discover Your Oeuvre with us!!
Madhura Joshi- email@example.com
Nirvani Kotecha- firstname.lastname@example.org
Simran Gopal- email@example.com
Sanjana Desai- firstname.lastname@example.org
Finance and Investment Cell (FIC)
Finance and Investment Cell (FIC) is a student-driven body that aims at increasing awareness regarding finance among enthusiasts and fostering a finance culture at Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics.
No matter if you’re a beginner, an intermediate, or someone with their skin already in-game, it would be a fun experience learning. We will be starting with basic concepts and gradually moving forward by conducting keynote sessions, workshops, and competitions for the student community. We talk about topics such as Stocks Market, Crypto, Web3, and whatever is relevant is happening around!
Budding Burgeons is a part of FIC, which runs a weekdays newsletter here. Talking about Finance, Stocks, Crypto, Mutual Funds Market performance, and many things on different days!
Monday’s Edition called Mutual Mondays mainly focuses on how mutual funds are performing and the relevant information around it. Moving on, our Tuesday’s Edition is named Cryptic Tuesdays as it talks about cryptocurrencies, blockchains, and relevant things about it. Getting down to business our Wednesday’s Edition is called Bizzy Wednesday which talks about Business Deals and their impact around the country. Our Thursday’s Edition is known as International Thursday, it focuses on international finances and their impact on the Indian markets. Talking Finance on Friday, our Friday’s Edition is known as Frinance, which throws light on Financial Deals around the country and their repercussions. Coming to our Saturday’s Edition called Jingalala Saturday is a fun edition where miscellaneous topics are being written about.
Harshvardhan Singh: email@example.com
Shruti Reddy: firstname.lastname@example.org
Wani Deoras: email@example.com
Miheer Karandikar: firstname.lastname@example.org
Padmaja Uttarwar: email@example.com