A plethora of events

A plethora of events

Milagro - 12

The 16th edition of the three-day intercollegiate fest of University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering, called Milagro - 12, was recently held at the college campus.

The students put in every effort to ensure that the fest was a resounding success.
It continued for almost a month, and had many events in which students could
participate and showcase their talents. Colleges from across the State took part in Milagro - 12.

The fest began with several sports events, both indoors and outdoors. Athletic students had the time of their lives, showcasing their talents in all the sports.
There were also many other events, in which students could prove their mettle. In fact, it was a month of pure fun and festivity on the college campus.

As part of the lead-up activity to the festival, the Eco Club of the college had organised a campus-cleaning drive, to ensure that the college premises was spick and span and free of litter.

Hundreds of enthusiastic students joined hands to make their campus clean and green. The last three-days of the festival was when the action really began. This period kicked off with an ethnic day, wherein the entire college was steeped in a festive atmosphere. The students wore their traditional best and kept their outfits diverse, showcasing the rich and diverse styles from across the country.

As the festivity gathered momentum, the second day witnessed many on-stage as well as off-stage events. Kalarava, a Kannada event, was a crowd-puller. The students played a few quick games of antakshari which had the audience pitching in with useful suggestions as well.

The ‘Mad Ads’ event had the audience laughing almost continuously and in the ‘Solo Dance’ event, the light-footed participants showed off their agile moves. The climax of the second day was the rock show, which had the crowd head-banging with enthusiasm. The final day of the fest began on a musical note, with various bands and singers competing against each other. There was a quiz based on Hollywood and sports as well as a more traditional swara-singing competition. The Indian band from the college put up a performance that will be remembered for a while. The group dance round had the crowd shaking a leg along with the participants and the fest came to an end on a grand note with a fashion show.

Colleges such as BNMIT, Dayananda Sagar College of Engineering, MSRIT, Sapthagiri and the home teams from UVCE walked off with prizes. All in all, it was a grand success indeed.

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