College Festival - Abhivyakti
In today's competitive world every person needs more than academic skills to succeed in the world and to encourage and develop those skills our collage organizes the annual cultural festival named Abhivyakti which this year will be held from 9-11 February.
From a humble start nine years ago Abhivyakti has grown into an all-state cultural fest where people from numerous colleges showcase their talent. The unique feature of our annual fest is that it is always a theme based event and this year's theme is Navras -the nine sentiments. Over a hundred themed completions will take place this Abhivyakti be it dramatics, choreography, literary, fashion, fine arts or music there is an event for every soul. There are certain events which are exclusively for faculties'.
Some of the major events are:
• Jugalbandi (Entwined Twins): Dance completions
• Face D Challenge: - This is on the spot theme painting competition
• Entertainment Quiz
• Western Blues – The War of Western Solo music
• ABHIVYAKTI PREMIER LEAGUE the cricket league
• One man Army/I Stand Alone - Mimicry/Mono acting
But that is not all there is also a star night by India's Rock King Remo Fernandes on the last day. It is less than a month away and therefore the preparations are in full swing every student is either planning or rehearing for the event. Every nook and corner of the college is occupied by one cell or the other. Even the teachers don't mind if the students bunk their classes.
The three days of Abhivyakti are fun filled and rejuvenating where everything right from the event management to its execution is handled by the students. Abhivyakti is great platform where students learn the valuable lessons of team work, event management apart from developing their talents which is a necessity of the modern world. Looking forward for this year's Abhivyakti which I hope will bigger and better than ever before.
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