'Srishti 2011' packed with many attractions

The fest being held after a gap of five years, hopes to revive the event giving impetus to the talents among the students, College Principal Sr Sajitha told media here on Wednesday.
Giving the related details, Students Union President Belma said that 34 colleges in and around the city have been invited to take part in the contests organised as part of the programme.

Already four have accepted the invitation, besides confirming their participation. She exuded confidence that 16 more colleges may participate in the contests.

The mime show is based on the title of the event, to create awareness about increasing exploitation of natural resources.

About 16 students will be donning different roles to enact the concept designed by Vallabh, a mime artiste from the city, said Students Union Joint Secretary Vineetha Paul.

Students from Maldives, African nations, Manipur and other foreign countries studying in the college are presenting their respective cultural programmes, said Belma. Following a query, the principal clarified that the contests are open for all the degree colleges including that of boys.

Former Chief Secretary, State Government, Dr J Alexander, Teresian Educational Institutions Manager Sr Helena will be present during the inaugural session on the day.

Teachers Association Secretary Prabhakumari, lecturers Dr J Susheelamma and Jose, Students Union Members Agnes Sowmya, Akshata and others were present.

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