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Gar­o­dia School of Pro­fes­sional Stud­ies’ much awaited An­nual Ex­hi­bi­tion and Sem­i­nar – Gen­e­sis 2016 was a great suc­cess with var­i­ous ac­tiv­i­ties, pre­sen­ta­tions, work­shops and in­ter­ac­tive ses­sions be­tween the stu­dents and the pro­fes­sional from the in­te­rior de­sign and fash­ion in­dus­try. This year, as a pre­lude to Gen­e­sis, the stu­dents launched a so­cial aware­ness cam­paign against Air Pol­lu­tion by ed­u­cat­ing the res­i­dents of Ghatkopar re­gard­ing the ill ef­fects of leaf burn­ing and pro­vid­ing so­lu­tions. This in­cluded a street play, ‘Suno­suno!’ which was pro­moted by the Ro­tary Club (Ghatkopar). A grand logo de­sign con­test amongst past and present stu­dents of GSPS marked the be­gin­ning of this fest. The event was in­au­gu­rated by Ar. Aparna Surve, Prin­ci­pal of Aditya Col­lege of Ar­chi­tec­ture, with Guest of hon­our, Haresh Me­hta of Jayna Pack­ag­ing Pvt. Ltd., Smt. Sarita Gar­o­dia, Ar. Gu­runath Dalvi and Shruti Gar­o­dia amidst a crowd of over 200 stu­dents. There were sev­eral pre­sen­ta­tions by em­i­nent per­son­al­i­ties like Jay­deep Ghag of SainKonzepte on Ex­hi­bi­tion spa­ces de­sign; Ar. Anirudha Chit­nis of Chit­sons on Res­i­den­tial In­te­ri­ors; San­jay Manocha of the pop­u­lar mag­a­zine ‘Lace and lin­gerie’ and Mili Gada and Paresh Gada of Aish­warya De­sign Stu­dio. The stu­dents of the In­te­rior De­sign­ing depart­ment had cre­ated life size model dis­plays which were judged by an em­i­nent jury panel. The en­trance façade fol­lowed a ‘Go Green’ con­cept and had re­us­able and re­cy­clable ma­te­ri­als. There were nine var­ied in­stal­la­tions based on dif­fer­ent themes like ‘Dream run’, ‘Man­dala’, ‘Strings of Art’, ‘Box of life’, ‘Coral-unity in di­ver­sity’, ‘Rise’, ‘Tree of Knowl­edge’, etc. A café based on the con­cept of a dhaba was de­signed us­ing eco-friendly ma­te­ri­als. The Ex­hi­bi­tion – Sem­i­nar, ‘Gen­e­sis 2016’ cul­mi­nated on a great note with a grand cul­tural pro­gramme, by the stu­dents, judged by Mon­ish Babre, di­rec­tor of Ki­maya Mo­tion Pic­tures In­ter­na­tional. All in all, the knowl­edge shared by the em­i­nent panel of speak­ers en­light­ened and mo­ti­vated the stu­dents im­mensely.

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