Enhancement Programmes

“The mind is not a vessel to be filled but a fire to be ignited.” 


Soul Of Universal

In a bid to promote talent of the students and celebrate the zeal of the youth the annual Inter College Fest -SOUL OF UNIVERSAL is organized every year. The event is a synergy of the youth creativity and talent quotient.

The Annual Intercollegiate Cultural Fest – “SOUL OF UNIVERSAL” is organized every year.

Shades of Lords

“There is no religion better than love, no colour better than the colour of happiness and no language better than the language of compassion.”

Multiculturalism is the essence of a Mumbaikar. We truly believe in embracing diversity and understanding cultural differences. Taking a step towards celebrating the differences and adopting multiculturalism, we celebrate “SHADES OF LORDS”. Shades of Lords depict different cultures of different states. Students exchange their thoughts about different cultures, art forms, food, customs, and language of different states.

Talent Hunt

“Everyone is gifted but some people never open their package”

Every child has a unique talent but very few discover their talent and come out of their comfort zone. Talent hunt is an initiative that gives a platform and motivates all hidden talents to discover and explore their extraordinary talent.

Tree Plantation Program

“He who plants a tree, plants a hope”

A plantation is a long and valuable solution to environmental pollution. We cannot think of a life without trees as they provide us with a life-giving oxygen. In the current scenario, when there is an increase in concrete jungle and decrease in tree plantation. Various programs like planting of saplings, powerpoint presentation and poem recitation are held to create an awareness among young minds about the importance of tree plantation.

Traditional Day

Traditional day is celebrated in the college during the fest where, all SYJC and FYJC students dress up in traditional attires

Hindi Diwas

“A country that does not take pride in its language and literature can never progress”

Hindi Diwas is observed on 14th September to celebrate the adoption of Hindi as the official national language of India. Hindi Diwas is celebrated every year with a lot of enthusiasm to inculcate the love for Hindi language. Students highlighted the significance of Hindi Diwas by connecting in various activities through their mesmerizing performances in street Play, poem recitation, storytelling, debate and skit.

Marathi Bhasha Diwas

First year junior college students participated enthusiastically on this day in various competitions such as poetry reading, singing competition, speech competition, dance and movies, documentary presentations. Every student’s presentation showcased their love and pride for Marathi language.

Intra class cultural events

Events like Mehendi competition, Rangoli competition, Face-painting, T- Shirt Painting, Cooking without Gas are some events where students showcase their talent and enjoy to the fullest.

Cultural Day

Fun-filled activities are conducted in the college for students, where they showcase their talent, explore, and come up with innovative ideas following traditional attire, which unveils their various talents.

Republic Day/Independence Day

Republic Day and Independence Day are celebrated with great patriotism in the college premises every year. Student performances create a patriotic atmosphere throughout the event.

Christmas Carnival

Christmas, the season of happiness is celebrated every year with great zeal in Lords Universal Junior College. The coming year is itself a light to many positive things and one such positivity was portrayed by our students iin Christmas carnival through various events like greeting card and Christmas tree decoration.


Navaratri is one of the most important festivals and an age-old tradition of Garba, which is celebrated with great enthusiasm each year. Keeping the same tradition intact this year even amidst the pandemic Navaratri Utsav was organized by LUJC

International Women’s Day

Where there is a woman, there is magic”

On the eve of Women’s Day, LUJC had organized a session for students of FYJC which was conducted by Psychologist Ms. Meenakshi Thakker. The session’s focus was to bring awareness about women’s empowerment and the different roles portrayed by women in everyday life.


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