Dance Club

SRC in association with Department of Humanities started Dance Club in 2015 to promote and foster Dance among students. The club organizes dance workshops and prepares the students to represent the college in dance competitions at University, State and National Level. The club arranges dance performance to mark Independence Day and Republic Day in the college. Prof. Devishree R. Naidu of Computer Science and Engineering Department works as the mentor faculty for the club.

Prof.Devishree R. Naidu
Faculty Coordinator


  • Dance Club is one of the clubs in the college which has been successful in attaining strong base and foundation in the college.
  • It was established in the year 2015 and is currently active in the college under the mentorship of Prof Devishree Naidu who is the teacher incharge of the club.
  • The club has been active in various cultural events conducted throughout the year in the college such as Aaruni, Pratishruti, Hackathon, and also on the Alumni Night.
  • Apart from this, the club has been constantly performing in the college on Republic day and Independence Day.
  • Basically, all the dance performances conducted in the college throughout the year are being managed by the Dance club
  • The Dance Club also plays a role in supporting the students for various competitions such as University Trials and other fests in the city as well as in other cities.
  • We currently are having 65+ students in the club and equal opportunities are provided to each of the club member
  • The performances covered by the club includes various dance styles such as classical, Bollywood, hip hop and others.


  • To nurture and explore the talent amongst all the students in the college and in the club.
  • Concentrate on the development of an individual as well as the overall development of the club.
  • Take the college to achieve new heights of dance by representing the college as various events
  • To organise workshops for the students based on music and especially for the freshers.


  • Yuvarang by RTMNU – Secured 2nd position in classical solo category and participated in Folk Group category in Yuvarang, an annual cultural event organised by RTMNU.
  • Abhivyakti – •Secured 1st position in group category at an Online Dance Competition ‘Abhivyakti’ by IIIT, Nagpur.
  • LAASYA – Secured 1st position in Duet category at a National Online Dance Competition ‘Laasya’ held by Sadabai Raisoni Women’s College, Nagpur.
  • Pas-de-deux – Secured 1st position in Duet category at ‘Pas-de-deux’ held by IIIT Vadodara.
  • IIIT Cultural Fest – Secured 1st position in Bolly-wood group category at IIIT Nagpur’s Cultural fest
  • SB Jain college of engineering – Secured 1st position at SB Jain College, Nagpur on their annual fest in group category.
  • AIESEC – Tied up with AIESEC, an international organization and performed in their various events in this year.

Annual Report 2022-23






Laasya, an intercollegiate dance competition for girls was organized by Sadabai Raisoni Women’s College, Nagpur on 17th and 24th August, 2019 in Shraddha House and Vasantrao Deshpande hall.The competition took place in two rounds, solo and duet, and in three variants solo, duet and group. Twenty teams from institutions like M.K.H. Sancheti and others participated in the competition. Snehal Rathi (Industrial, 2nd year) participated in the solo round. Amongst the eight teams qualified for the finals, Shri Ramdeobaba College of Engineering and Management came out as a winner in the group round adding feathers to the cap. The winning team members are:
1Aayushi MantriIndustrial, 3rd year
2Aastha GuptaCivil, 2nd year
3Bhavika RuchandaniElectronics, 2nd year
4Ishika JaiswalCivil, 2nd year
5Mansi GuptaMechanical, 2nd year
6Neusy JainIndustrial, 2nd year
7Sreya VallabhaneniComputer Science, 2nd year
8Taranpreet Kaur MakanElectronics, 2nd year
9Urvi NegiComputer Science, 2nd year
10Vaibhavi HirlekarElectronics Communication, 2nd year
11Vartika GuptaComputer Science, 2nd year


  • This year, the Dance club is planning to spread the understanding of dance outside the club as well as open to all the students of the college by conducting inductions and workshops for the students who had registered for the club.
  • Dance club plans to conduct effective practices for even small fests and competitions by creating different groups.
  • The Dance Club has a target to reach more competitions this year so that the members of the club can get more opportunities and a way to improve their talents.



The students of Shri Ramdeobaba College of Engineering and Management’s Dance Club and Literary Club’s students once again made the Institute proud by bagging top positions in the recently held all- India level cultural fest ‘Abhivyakti’ organized by Indian Institute of Information Technology, Nagpur. The dance team comprising Aditi Joshi, 8th Semester, Civil Engg. branch; Kritika Nijhawan and Aditya Patnaik, 8th Semester, Electronics and Communications Engg. branch; Saurabh Gandhi and Tanaya Wankhede, 8th Semester, Electronics Engg. branch; Ritika Agrawal, 6th Semester, Industrial Engg. branch; Mayuri Soor, 4th Semester, Computer Science Engg. branch; Sakshi Deshpande, 4th Semester, Electronics Engg. branch and Anshul Agrawal, 2nd Semester, Information Technology Engg. branch danced their way to bag the top position and the only prize instituted for the dance competition. Shivrai Kulkarni, 4th Semester, Mechanical Engg. branch bagged the first position as the best speaker against the motion, in the debate competition organized during the fest. The students were congratulated by the Management of the College, Shri Govindlal Agarwal, General Secretary, RCOEM; Shri Rajendra Purohit, Secretary, RCOEM; Principal of the College, Dr. R.S.Pande; Dean, Students’ Representative Council, Dr.Y.M.Sonkhaskar; Heads of respective branches and Faculty In-charge of Dance Club and Readers’ Reverie Literary Club, Prof.Pratishruti Singh-Agarwal. 

The students of Shri Ramdeobaba College of Engineering and Management’s Dance Club flanked by Guests and officials, IIIT

The students winners along with (from L to R) Dr.Rajesh Pande, Principal; Shri Rajendra Purohitji, Secretary, RCOEM; Shri Govindlalji Agrawal, General Secretary, RCOEM and Prof. Pratishruti Singh-Agarwal, Faculty In-charge, Dance Club and Readers’ Reverie Literary Club

Report (2015-16)

The Dance club of the college organised The Dance Cup as a part of Pratishruti 2015-16. It evoked wide response from 9 branches. Students presented wide varieties of Indian light classical and western dance forms. The finals were held on 2nd February 2016. Computer Science Engineering branch won the dance cup and Electronics Engineering and Electronics and communication backed 2nd and 3rd position respectively.
Winners of Dance cup 2015-16 [Computer Science Engineering Branch]

Computer Science Engineering branch