A dash of colour on display

Students of BMS College for Women celebrated their college day on the campus recently

A dash of colour on display

The students of BMS College for Women recently conducted their college day, wherein the youngsters took centre stage and showcased their talents. They put a great show and entertained the audience with a variety of spontaneous acts, each filled with vigour and enthusiasm.

The cultural programme commenced after a brief inaugural function and included dance performances, short plays, skits, fancy dress competitions, group songs as well as solo songs. Kavya, a final-year student, says that they had been planning the programme for a while. “We have been practising for days together — right from organising the show to scripting the speech, everything has been done by the students. Every student, from all the departments, is involved in the programme in some way or the other. It is a combined effort of the junior as well as senior students. Since it is our final year, we want to make it special,” she informs.

The girls could be seen dressed in traditional attire, wearing saris draped in different styles. The excitement was quite apparent on their faces. Gayathri, a student, explains that this is one of the biggest events in the college and everyone had taken time out to contribute in their own way. “I am a part of a skit as well as a dance. Many of us have participated in various events, as it is a good pedestal to show our talents. Many of our former students have also come for the programme,” she adds.

The college was abuzz with activities, and the students could be seen adding last-minute touches to their attire before the show began. “This is my first year in college. I am extremely happy that the college provides such a great platform for all of us to showcase our talent. I hope we put up a good show. The PUC students are presenting a dance, a skit and a fancy dress event. All of us have chipped in and decided the themes and songs we will dance to,” adds Gayathri. The students danced to popular songs and had chosen topical issues for their skits and plays. They even made a special effort to decorate the college premises, adding a dash of colour with intricate rangolis.

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