Yugantar, the first Youth Festival of CVM University was held from 12th to 14th October, 2022. Team GCET participated in all the 24 AIU and 5 Non AIU events. GCET stood first in Classical Vocal (Solo), Classical Instrumental – Percussion (Solo), Classical Instrumental – Non Percussion (Solo) , Light Vocal (Solo), Western Vocal (Solo), Western Instrumental (Solo), Folk Orchestra, Skit and Folk Dance competitions. Secured second position in Indian Group Song, Western Group Song, Mimicry, Poster Making, Collage Making and Rangoli events. GCET was awarded third position in Debate and Elocution competitions. Winning first prize in 9 events, second in 6 events and third in 2 events, by scoring total 77 points GCET lifted the prestigious overall championship trophy. Moreover GCET was declared as Champions in the Music and Dance categories as well. In addition to this GCET also won most of the Non AIU events. The team secured first position in Antakshari and Scene-e-Magic, Second position in Dumb Charades and Third in Treasure Hunt competitions. The hard work and channelized efforts made this possible. The team of 36 students was working with enthusiasm for last 1.5 months after the college hours. The student leaders were Nayan Kadchha, Aayush Lad, Deep Karia, Jeel Shah, Jhanvi Thakkar and Vidhi Parekh. They took lot of responsibilities for building up a good team. Alumni of the institute Jil Patel, Jenil Bhatt, Shubham Gor were a great support to the cultural team of GCET. The team was mentored by the Cultural Coordinator of the College Dr. Yogesh A. Chauhan and supported by Prof. Sneh Vyas. The successful execution would not have been possible without the continuous support and motivation from the Principal and CVM authorities.