Cultural Unit of Rajarshi Shahu Mahavidyalaya, Latur (Autonomous) :
The cultural unit regularly arranges social annual gathering each year in which students are given opportunity to exhibit their inherent talents through various performances such as drama, skit, mime, folk arts, drawings, paintings, singing etc.
The cultural unit students participate in youth festivals of SRTM, University, Nanded every year. They have proved their talents and maintained a very bright record in it. The college bagged General Championship in 20013 and runner up in 2014.
The cultural unit students participated in ‘Lokankika’; a highly raputed one act play competition arranged by ‘Loksatta’ – Matathi news paper of Express group; and won second prize in Aurangabad division.
Cultural unit students arrange awareness campaign for national, social and educational issues through performing Bharud, Gondhal and Kirtan (These are folk arts of Maharashtra used from ancient periods for public education in Maharashtra)
The cultural unit arranges workshop for drama and folk dances occasionally.
The Cultural Unit of Rajarshi Shahu Mahavidyalaya, Latur (Autonomous) has executed various extension activities in neighboring communities by performing street plays on different social issues like protecting and respecting woman, importance of voting in democracy, misuse of mobiles, and importance of water conservation.
Cultural unit students provide folk dance training to school students and prepare them forannual gathering.
The Cultural unit hosted The First National Film Festival, ”NOMAD” on 9th January 2017 in collaboration with National Alliance Group For Denotified and Nomadic Ttribe (NAG-DNT) and Maharashtra students federation. Nomadic tribes (NT) are homeless, migrating communities who are misunderstood as criminals from ancient periods and are kept away from social recognition and major developmental programs even today. Students visited neighboring NT communities before the film festival, studied their livelihood, cultures and traditions to produce awareness among society. The festival screened five short films produced by different groups dedicated to this movement. The festival has got coverage of news papers and magazines, too.