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Rangotsav 2014

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St. Xavier's Collegiate School in association with TTIS presented Rangotsav '14 - The festival of colours. 'Rangotsav', an interschool Hindi Cultural Fest for classes 11 and 12 was conducted in our national language - 'Hindi'. In Sanmarg, Chapte Chapte and Young Metro, this fest was highly appreciated. Rangotsav is all about promoting our national language. The fest was well organized and the participants had an awesome time. It was also a platform for the reunion of Hindi teachers in the city.

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Board Members of 2014

  • Harsh Vardhan Shah (President)
  • Ayush Chamaria (Vice President)
  • Mohit Mehta (PRO)
  • Piyush Agarwal (Secretary)
  • Shrivats Bagaria (Treasurer)
  • Gautam Vasa (Designer)

  • Events

    This year we had eight events altogether, which are Eastern music, creative writing, graffiti, antakshari, half-a-minute, debate, photography and drama.

  • Participating Schools

    About eleven schools had participated in this competition - Modern High School for Girls, La Martinere for Girls, Ashok Hall, Calcutta Girls School, Don Bosco Park Circus, DPS Megacity, Saifee Hall, The Heritage School, The Assembly of God Church School, St. Thomas Boy's School and St. Thomas Girl's School.

  • Results

    The winner of Rangotsav 2014 was 'Modern High School for Girls' followed by 'Calcutta Girls' as first runners up and DPS Megacity as the second runners up.


We have two rolling trophies. First for the winners - 'The Late Mr. R. K. Rai Memorial Trophy' (to commemorate the contribution made by our respected and beloved Hindi teacher) and secondly 'The late Sunny Sethi Memorial Trophy' (in memory of our ex-student Sunny Sethi, 2002 ICSE batch).

Principal's Message

It has been a day of splendid performance. Inspite of several other fests being held simultaneously, a large number of boys and girls from many of the top schools of the city has come to add colour and vigour to this fest and we are happy about it.
Rangotsav is a great fest that provides wonderful opportunities for young people to grow and develop their skills and talents. I invoke God's blessings on the staff, students and the organisation for the success of Rangotsav.

Rangotsav Gallery