Sammscrithi begins at MMC&RI on Friday
After enthralling crowds with festivals such as Parivarthan and Abhivyakth during the last two years, Mysore Medical College and Research Institute is preparing to host ‘Sammscrithi’, a state-level inter-collegiate cultural fest from September 28 to 30.
The three-day fest would be held at the Platinum Jubilee Auditorium, J K Grounds, and medical and degree colleges from across the state have been invited to participate. Deccan Herald is the media partner for the Sammscrithi.
Winners of the glittering fashion show ‘Alankrith’ scheduled on September 30 would take home a cash prize of Rs 15,000. Other events with mega cash prizes include Rs 9,000 for fusion night, Rs 6,000 for treasure hunt, Rs 5,000 for medical quiz, Rs 3,000 for group singing and Rs 1,500 for movie making.
Those wanting to dance to their favourite music in a group will bag, Rs 12,000. Mime and drama winners would receive Rs 6,000 each.
Director of the Kannada movie ‘Lifeu Ishtene’ Pawan Kumar and actor Ninasam Sathish will attend the valedictory on September 30. For more details log on to www.mmcrimysore.org.in or www.sammscrithi2012.com. Others can join facebook on https://www.facebook.com/pages/saMMsCRIthi.
On September 28
Loot and scoot treasure hunt, terra colores-pot painting, wave sonica-instrumental music, Hindi poetry, graphia-creative writing English, concurzo-general quiz, Geetanjali-Kannada antakshari, Kannada jam, Chakravyuha — Kannada crossword, strokes-sketching, Vibgyor-rangoli, solo dance, 90 seconds, pisception-pictionary, vamos a bailar-group dance, brain waves-movie making.
On September 29
Medical quiz, painting, group singing, Hindi antakshari, T-shirt painting, drama, photo marathon, creative writing Kannada, Jam English, English poetry, verbattle, fusion night.
On September 30
Dumb charades, duet singing, mock press, Jam Hindi, face painting, collage, creative writing Hindi, Kannada poetry, medical crossword, greeting card making, mime and fashion show.
For details contact Saddam Hussein on 9738964472, Sharan on 9481067550 or Mohammed Aamer on 9611442469.