Licenced to have fun

Licenced to have fun


Licenced to have fun

Students of Galgotia University celebrated their annual festival G-Quasar in an enterprising and a fun-filled manner.

Besides typical naach-gaana, the fest had some serious events like extempore and debates, as well as an interesting line-up of cultural activities which saw the presence of Bollywood celebrities like Rahul Bose, Neil Nitin Mukesh and Sonal Chauhan.

The college buzzed with activities for three whole days as students from various institutes including Punjab Engineering College, College of Engineering Rourkee, IILM, GNIT, GL Bajaj, Amity Biotech College, Amity Law School, NIET, Dayal Singh and others were handed an official licence to chill.

Events like battle of the band, fashion show, dance competition, quiz competition - Flames and X-factor finale and solo singing competition remained the key highlights at G-Quasar. Battle of the band saw some dynamic performances by 10 bands including Rangeela, Tehelka and Jazba. The fashion show ‘Scintillations’ had themes ranging from Satan to Angel, and saw girls sashaying down the ramp with dresses designed by students of the fashion and textile designing batch.

Live performances by rock bands and dance shows left everyone asking for more. Bombay Rockers band turned out to be a huge hit as students wasted no time grooving to the funky beats. Since Neil Nitin Mukesh and Sonal Chauhan were also present to promote 3G, they joined in the fun and showed off some classy footwork on stage.

The dance and choreography competitions were a super hit as participants danced to peppy numbers while the audience whistled and hooted to cheer their favourite teams.

Students also staged ‘Nukkad Nach’ – a street play on women empowerment. What made the drama competition worth remembering was a performance by the vivacious theatre actor Maya Krishna Rao.

Conceived to showcase the dynamic artistic strengths and synergy, the highly charged fest provided a platform for students to express opinions, interact with peers and exchange ideas through a series of thought-provoking activities.