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KSHITIJ-THE STREET PLAY SOCIETY

This year, the street play society focused on the theme “BE THE CHANGE YOU WISH TO SEE”. Bringing about change in the society has been a struggle ever since humans have learned to contradict, accuse, blame and rule!The annual street play production of Gargi College, JOOTA, a political satire, introduces a person in search of change who finds a ‘shoe’ that’ll bring about the change everyone is waiting for. The person transforms into ‘Jooteshwar’, personifying the ‘Joota’ and gains the support of people to not only fight the elections, but win them too and let the ‘joota’ start the revolutionary change. The question is ‘IS THE JOOTA POWERFUL ENOUGH TO BRING THE CHANGE THAT A COMMON MAN SEEKS?’ ‘IS JOOTA A SOLUTION TO EVERY PROBLEM A COMMON MAN FACES?’ ‘IS JOOTA RESPONSIBLE TO BRING THE CHANGE THAT WE SEEK?’ This play has been awarded with several laurels including Best play, Best Script, Best Actor and several special mentions.  
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Position

1. Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur 1st
2. Atelier’s Campus Theatre Festival Public Performance
3. Channel[v] Nokia India Fest Zonals 3rd
4. Kamla Nehru College 2nd
5. Gargi College Non-competitive performance
6. Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce 2nd
7. St. Mary’s School (Manthan) Public Performance
8. Delhi Technical University Shefali Vyas- Best Actor
9. Hindu College 1st
10. St. Stephen’s College 3rd
11. I.P. College for Women 2nd
12. Ramjas College Non-competitive performance
13. Maharaja Agrasen College 2nd
14. Ramanujan College Best Script Shefali Vyas- Best actress
15. The Education Tree Public performance
16. Bhaskaracharya College of Applied Sciences 2nd
  KSHITIJ performed at the orientation to promote the ragging-free zone policy of the college. A spoof on ‘Twilight’ series was performed by KSHITIJ as a part of the Fresher’s party that was themed on Halloween. In order to promote new security rules of the college, KSHITIJ performed in the college to popularize the regulations. KSHITIJ also hosted the Atelier’s Campus Theatre Festival in the college premises on 31st January.