Bringing out hidden talents

Bringing out hidden talents


Sanskriti, the annual cultural fest of CMR National PU College, was conducted recently and saw a plethora of talents being showcased.

 The event had a range of events like 60 seconds to win, madzap, bhavrang, mood indigo and haute street. Advertisements spoofs, synchronised dancing, group singing and fashion show were some of the other events at the fest.  

The four houses put  up a stunning show. Though it was a field day for the participants and the audience alike, the judges did not have it easy in declaring the first three positions. “All the teams were so good that there was only marginal points separating the teams in most cases,” said Natasha, one of the judges who is also an accomplished ex-student of the college, while announcing the results at the end of the fest. 

The fest started on a warm note with principal, Nandini Nagaraj, officially inaugurating the show with an encouraging message centring on excellence and innovation, drawing parallels with the theme of the fest, ‘Change’.

She also spoke about the sizeable amount that was contributed by the students of the college towards the recent floods in Jammu and Kashmir. The three hours saw a packed auditorium and students were left asking for more even as they had to call it a day.