GBM Dated 10th April, 2019

The GBM started with the Vice President’s order. Then the GBM was handed over to the CSDs.

First session was a public speech given by Rtr. Jeevan Joshi on the topic of Indian armed forces. He gave information about three uniformed services as follows:


Following that Rtr. Raj conducted the game “Predict the future”. In this game, each team had to enact about the future scenario of topics provided to them. Topics were as follows:-


“MEMORIES TO SHARE” was the last session conducted by Rtr. Sonali Patil. In this session, every team was given the Rotaract avenues and they have to draw the sketch of there memory regarding the events conducted under the respective avenue given to them the avenue were

  • Community Service Avenue
  • Professional Development Service avenue
  • International Service Avenue

After this session, GBM was handed over to Vice president for further proceedings

He then asked Rtr. Akshay Satpaise and Rtr. Abhishek Patil to felicitate back-end committee and media committee of mega-event “COUNTRY CLOCK”. Moving on, there was experience sharing from the core committee of mega-event.

Then Rtr. Abhishek presented the e-souvenir “THE IMPRINT”.

After that Vice President asked Rotaractors to share their experience for all the GBMs conducted in the semester as this was the last GBM of semester.

At last, GBM was concluded with Vice President’s order.






The International Service Avenue which is one of the prominent avenues of Rotaract Club of WCE Sangli aims at creating awareness among the students regarding the international issues and bringing them at par with the conditions prevailing internationally. The various innovative management and personality enhancing events focused on international politics, economics and business are organized every year by Rotaract. Following the legacy of such events, Rotaract Club of WCE Sangli stepped forward to organize an event with an objective of enhancing the political and financial literacy amongst the students.



The expedition of COUNTRY CLOCK, an event under International Service Avenue started from the selection of core committee. 11 fellow Rotaractors were selected for the core committee under the leadership of Rtr. Saurabh Kulkarni, International Service Director. For a constant 4 months, the event was being planned and designed. Finally, the day of execution commenced on 30th March, 2019.

Inaugural Lamp Lighting Ceremony was done by Chief Guest Mr. Abhijit Raut CEO at Z. P. Sangli, Prof. Dr. B. G. Patil – Dean Students’ Welfare, Prof. C. H. Wagh, Staff Advisor. The felicitation of the chief guest and our staff advisor was done by President Rtr. Shraddha Unhale and Secretary Rtr. Susmit Raut. IAS officer Mr. Abhijit Raut enlightened participants with the essence of Budget making and Policy making in India. Further, he briefed about Indian bureaucracy and politics.

The general objective of the Union Budget of India is to bring about a rapid and balanced economic growth of our country coupled with social justice and equality. Hence in the era of current turbulent economy, to suffice the need of having knowledge about what Union Budget and Public Policy Making stands for and their importance, Budget making session was emulated. Each team with two participants was assigned one particular ministry of Indian administration wherein one played the role of Cabinet minister and the other played the role of Secretary. Each ministry was issued with the budget circular by the Ministry of Finance enacted by the core committee on 26th March. In order to fulfill the appropriation demands for the next fiscal year, ministries were obliged to submit the Demand For Grants (DFGs) to the Finance ministry on 29th March.

On the first day, the Demand for Grants was discussed with the Ministry of Finance and the Annual Financial Statement of all the ministries were finalized for the upcoming fiscal year.

Then for the next five years, the ministries had to address the issues by collaborating with other ministries. There were five iterations for five fiscal years and gradually the collaboration of the ministries got expanded. On the basis of policies made by collaborating ministries the GDP growth rate, debt, fiscal deficit, inflation, etc. fluctuated. The main aim of the session was to maintain the balance between income and expenditure while solving the issues which were mainly concerned with socio-economy.

Before concluding the day 1, financial emergency was declared due to instability in the economy. Fresh elections were declared in the country and all the political parties were told to make a video for their party campaigning which paved a pathway for the political simulation to be held on the day 2.

On the second day, a team of four members was allotted with the different national political parties. To sustain the administration of the party, participants played the role of party President, the Strategist, the Spokesperson and the Envoy throughout the event. The prime time debates were held on the Country Clock News Channel. There were three debates on Anti-nationalism, Unemployment and Agrarian distress wherein the party’s spokesperson showed up in order to make their parties agenda public and strengthening the bid for winning the election.

After a lunch break, the parties had to give the poll promises to the people of the country. There were five prominent regions of the country. The party which promised the best agenda to address the local issues in a particular region got the highest number of seats in that region. But none of the party came in the majority.

So they had to search for the alliance to make a stable government. Parties negotiated on the basis of their stand in the coalition government which would have been formed. There were three iterations. Each iteration’s complexity got increased as the session proceeded and at the end of the third iteration, parties formed the stable coalition government with 11 parties as ruling and the rest as the opposition parties.

Before concluding the event, International Service Director Rtr. Saurabh Kulkarni announced the winner and the prices were distributed in the presence of Immediate Past President Rtr. Shivani Kondewar. For concluding remarks, Rtr. Susmit Raut gave a vote of thanks and officially concluded the event.

COUNTRY CLOCK being no exception to all the Megaevents till the date was a small pearl of the many pearls developed by the perseverance and eternal spirit of the Rotaractors.



GBM Dated 3rd April, 2019

The GBM started with the Vice President’s order. He took the feedback on recently organised mega-event COUNTRY CLOCK. Also he discussed about PSLV-C45, 47th mission of Indian Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) program. Then the GBM was handed over to CSD and PRO team.

The team names were:

  1. Smile
  2. Goonj

Rtr. Rushikesh Kawade conducted the outdoor activity named Past vs Present. In this, topics were given to the teams. They need to shoot the video which would depict the past and present scenario. Topics were

  1. Movie
  2. Love

Next session was conducted by Rtr. Sonali Patil. In this session, each one had to tell the sentence starting from the word suddenly. Next member needed to continue that sentence starting from suddenly. At the end, there was a story by joining all the sentences.

Pictionary was the last session conducted by Rtr. Vaishnavi Mokal. In this session, one member from a team needed to draw a picture related to the word given and team members had to guess that word.

All activities reminded the childhood memories of everyone. Before concluding the GBM, feedbacks and introduction of the new faces were taken. At last, GBM was concluded with Vice President’s order.



GBM Dated 27th March, 2019

The GBM started with the Vice President’s order. He discussed about recently launched satellite and gave information regarding mission Shakti. It was followed by the secretarial announcement which proclaimed achievements and birthdays of rotaractors. Then vice president handed over the dais to the club service team.

The team names were:
1. Seth W. Godin: Seth W. Godin is an American author and former dot com business executive.

2. Gary vaynerchuk: Gary Vaynerchuk is a Belarusian American entrepreneur, author, speaker and internet personality. First known as a wine critic who expanded his family’s wine business, Vaynerchuk is best known for his work in digital marketing and social media, leading New York–based companies VaynerMedia and VaynerX.

3. Ronan O’Rahilly: Ronan O’Rahilly is an Irish businessman best known for the creation of the offshore radio station, Radio Caroline, and as the man who convinced George Lazenby to give up the role of British Agent James Bond after only one film.

First session was a public speech given by Rtr. Vaibhav on the topic LOKPAL BILL.

Moving on, Rtr. Abhishek took the activity Climbers Keepers which helped members to test the vocabulary.

Following that Rtr. Raj took the session on TARIFFS in which members had to solve the problem statements.

The last session was taken by Rtr. Sonali which named Claim to Fame. In this session teams made spicy news and enacted as the media team. Everyone enjoyed the sessions and learned a lot through the GBM.

The GBM ended with the Vice President’s order.