Blend of the best

Blend of the best


This fest was conducted by the IDEA (InDustrial Engineering Association) Club of industrial engineering and management department at the college premises.

Around 5000 students turned up for the two-day fest from various colleges of Bangalore and other colleges in the country.

The students of Christ College, BMS College of Engineering, Dayananda Sagar College of Engineering, MS Ramaiah Institute of Technology and other reputed colleges in the City took part in the different competitions in great number.

The events were broadly categorised into management, technical, cultural and sports categories and students took part in each event with a lot of enthusiasm.

Post inauguration, the activities started off with sports events such as ‘Mini Cricket’, ‘Mini Football’, ‘Mini Basketball’ and ‘Hogathon’ which were preceded by management events like ‘Stock Market Simulation’, ‘Marketing Genius’, ‘Business Plan’, ‘CAD Design’, ‘Business Quiz’ and ‘Paper Presentation’. The management events were conducted in association with ‘Nation Entrepreneurship Cell’ of the college.

The cultural events including ‘Western Electric’, ‘Dansing Sensation’, ‘Short Movie-making’, ‘Mad-Ads’, ‘Street Play’, ‘Eastern & Western Acoustics’ and ‘Beat Boxing’ rocked the day and managed to pull maximum number of participants as well as audience. ‘Fashion Show’, with the theme ‘Tech-Sci’, was another mega event in which eight teams participated and showcased apparels depicting technology, science and management.

The team, ‘Back to Future’, from RV College of Engineering secured the first place and won a cash prize worth Rs 12,000.

Events like ‘Street Dance’, ‘Beat Boxing’ and ‘Western Acoustic’ caught the attention of students and were attended by more than 3000 people. The crowd cheered the participants throughout the competition. ‘Western Electric’, the battle of bands, was a big hit wherein seven teams treated the audience to their own compositions as well as popular ones. The two-day fest ended successfully with a performance by Abhinanda Sarkar, one of the winners of ‘MTV Rockstar’.

“Students from various colleges actively participated in all the events and made the fest a memorable one. We had invited judges of national repute to judge each event impartially. The fest succeeded to integrate people from different domains and bring out their best talent. We hope to make ‘Synergy’ bigger and better in the years to come and showcase the talents of students from different parts of the country,” said Darshan Jain, a student coordinator.