An enlightening experience

KLE Society’s Degree College, in Nagarbhavi, held its inter-collegiate fest Spoorthi 2014 recently.

The fest saw the participation of more than 36 colleges and was a very colourful affair. Providing an opportunity to the students to exhibit their skills and talent in
different arenas, the fest included events like group dance, group singing, mad ads, mime, collage, T-shirt painting, flower arrangement, rangoli, mehendi, canvas painting and art-craft.

The students also showcased the rich culture and heritage of the country through the events.    Supreeth KP, a second-year student of ASC College, took part in the group dance competition and said that the experience was challenging.

“Around 20 groups took part in the event and the competition was much more than I had expected. It was fun and the crowd was very energetic,” he said. Supreeth added that they did a traditional dance to a song from the Bollywood movie ‘ABCD’ for which a lot of coordination was required.

Abhishek V, a second-year student of KLE Society’s S Nijalingappa College, Rajajinagar, took part in the canvas painting competition. He said that it was a challenging and creative experience to work on environmental issues. Adding that the fest was organised well, he said, “My painting was based on the effects of global warming. The competition was held for 30 minutes and it was a hard task to finish the work in the given time.

But I enjoyed it a lot.” The collage competition was also based on issues pertaining to the environment. Bharath Devanga, a student from Seshadripuram Business Academy, depicted the different problems related to pollution.

The organisers also shared that they had their own share of fun coordinating the event. Lakshmi, a third-year student, said that organising the fest was a great learning experience. “It feels like our hard work paid off. There were around 12 events and we tried our best to make each event unique in its own way,” she said.

Sangeetha K, a third-year student of the college, said that an explosion of creativity could be seen at the mehendi and rangoli competitions. “There were both traditional and modern designs at the mehendi competition and one could see how much effort went into each design. The judges had a hard time deciding on the winners,”
said Sangeetha.

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