Entertainment unlimited at 'Srishti 2012'

Entertainment unlimited at 'Srishti 2012'

On Friday, the serene environs at Teresian Degree College in the city was disturbed with young talents hitting the stage.

The occasion was ‘Srishti’ an annual fest of the famed institute, and needless to say it’s also the much awaited fest among the colleges every year.  Though the stretch of holidays- from gowri ganesha festivals to bharat bandh had its impact on the number of participants, there was no dearth of entertainment.

The USP of the fest, fashion show just had two contenders- hosts Teresian and Vidhyashrama, but it was again the best among the lot who walked away with the laurels. They were also the showstoppers and was evident with the students applause.
Vidhyashrama emerged winners for its ‘mouth-watering’ chocolate concept. The budding models, a mix of boys and girls who walked the ramp recharged the already charged mood.

Kannada cine actor Naga Kiran distributed the prizes to the winners of various events held throughout the day.

Earlier in the day at the opening of the fest, IGP (Southern range) Dr K Ramachandra Rao narrated a story of ‘three cutters’ calling upon the students at Teresian College to emulate them.

Legacy

Addressing the gathering Ramachandra Rao said that the three cutters (sculptors) will be involved in the job, but for different reasons.

While one will be continuing with the legacy set by his ancestors, another will be in the realm just for the heck of it.  The third sculptor will be having a vision of a temple. The IGP said that though the trio had different reasons to work, their aim was similar; sculpting a stone to give it a shape.

Famous words

The IGP also reminded them of the famous words of noted artist Michael Angelo.
According to Angelo, he was removing unwanted portions of the stones to give the same a definite shape.

Likewise, the IGP urged the students to remove unwanted portions in their academic life and aim tow ards making it big in the studies.

Talent

The officer said that every student has a talent in him or her and it’s only through cashing in on the opportunities, the students should display their skills.

A group of north-eastern students danced to a medley of songs, to the applause of the students especially those from that States who had dressed themselves in a traditional manner.

Joint director of town planning, MCC, Chowdegowda, manager of Teresian Institutions St Helena, principal of Teresian Degree College Sr Sajitha, principal of PU College Sr Prafulla, officiating principal Prof V K Jose and others were present.

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