Letting their hair down

Freshers Day

adept Anargha

The students enjoyed the day thoroughly by indulging in cultural and fun activities.
Playback singer Badari Prasad was the chief guest on the occasion. He enthralled the audience with popular Kannada songs like Maamaravello, Ninna Manevaregu and Madhura Nayana. Kumar Mahadevan, chairman of MLACW Trust, presided over the function.

T L Shantha, the Director, distributed the endowment prizes to meritorious students. K S Bharathi and K S Anuradha, principals of Degree and PUC Colleges respectively, installed the badges on the members of the Student Association. 

 Once the formal events got over, the stage was set on fire with a variety of group performances, solo dances, classical presentations, fashion show and folk songs. An energetic performance to the Dhinka Chika song from ‘Ready’ made the audience go crazy. Anargha presented a classical presentation which was greatly appreciated. Ananya and Bharti showcased their talent in a classical piece. Karishma gave a spellbinding solo performance to the Chalia Chalia song. Raji and Group enthralled the audience with a folk dance.

Sandhya and Group shook a leg for Pankaja, a popular track from Hudugaru, which turned out to be the most entertaining piece. Some of the visually challenged students touched the hearts of many with a classical song and a dance presentation.
Shiva and Group tried something different by rendering ‘Give Me Some Sunshine...’.
A fashion show was also conducted to search the ‘Fresh Face of the Year’ which comprised three rounds. All the participants were made to walk the ramp in the first round.

The second round was a creativity round wherein the participants were asked to come out with a unique theme. Among 16 contestants, only six were selected for the final round which consisted of question and answer round.

Finally, Rohini bagged the title of ‘Ms Fresh Face’ and Shiva emerged as the runner-up. Many funny activities and fillers like paper dance, belly dance, film related questions and IQ test were conducted in between to keep the crowd in good mood.

Anagha, an ex-student, appreciated the efforts of the students in making the event a grand success. “I just came here to wish success for the new batch of students. All the programmes were well-organised and I enjoyed them. Even though, I am working in a company, I would like to be in touch with my institution,” she said.

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