College of Vocational Studies(CVS) celebrated the 3rd edition of its annual sports fest, Runbhoomi from 8th-11th March 2014. The fest had events like football, basketball, volleyball and various other academic contests. The fest is generally targeted for the students enrolled in Bachelor of Business Economics(BBE), Bachelor in Financial and Investment Analysis(BFIA) and Bachelor of Business Studies(BBS) courses in the Delhi University. However, the various academic events are open for all the students. This year the target group got extended to the new Bachelor of Management Studies(BMS) course as well.
Runbhoomi’14 saw teams participating from a total of 11 colleges with Shaheed Sukhdev College Of Business Studies(SSCBS) pulling out at the last moment. Colleges like Keshav Mahavidyalaya, Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur(SGTB) Khalsa College, Gargi College and others participated. A total of 11 events were carried out at the fest.
The fest kicked off with the Opening Ceremony with performances from Zest- the Western Dance Society of CVS and other solo performances. Arun Hooda, former DUSU President was the Chief Guest.
The Football Tournament (Boys)
First Position – College of Vocational Studies(CVS)
Second Position – Shri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce
Third Position – Ram Lal Anand (E) College
In the girl’s tournament, it was Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce(SGGSC) who took the first prize while CVS came in at the second position. SGTB Khalsa College bagged the third prize.
The Basketball Tournament (Boys)
First Position – the host team, CVS
Second Position – Bhim Rao Ambedkar College.
Third Position – Sri Guru Nanak Dev Khalsa College.
The girls of CVS took home the first prize in their respective Basketball tournament with Gargi College coming in at second and SGTB College at third.
The Cricket Tournament
First Position – Bhim Rao Ambedkar College.
Second Position – Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce.
Third Position – CVS
The Volleyball Tournament
First Position – CVS
Second Position – Gargi College
Third Position – A tie between Ram Lal Anand (E) & SGTB Khalsa College.
The various Athletics events included relays and shotput where CVS came in at the first position and Gargi College at second on an overall rankings basis. Apart from sporting events, the fest also had a Dance competition wherein Gargi College won the first prize with CVS at second and Maharaja Agrasen College at third.
The Finance and Investment Cell also organized Venator-The Sports Manager as a part of the fest. The team representing Everton FC of Khurram Areeb and Shivam Sharma won the first prize.
Empressario -The BMS society of CVS organized an IPL bidding simulation which was won by the team representing Chennai SuperKings comprising of Premik and Aman won. The second prize was bagged by the team of Neelansh Khurana and Abhishek Gupta of Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College.
The team of Khurram Areeb and Shivam Sharma also won Deadline Day- A Transfer Saga, a simulation of the financial side of the world of football comprising of transfers, free agents and player contracts. They represented Chelsea FC in the event.