IISc mega event Miditha will kick-off on Feb 25

IISc mega event Miditha will kick-off on Feb 25

Cultural festival promises to offer more opportunities for students to showcase their talent

IISc mega event Miditha will kick-off on Feb 25

  Miditha, a Kannada word for ‘pulse,’ symbolises the pulse of the student community, the scientific temperament, the inquisitive mind and the effervescent attitude.

Deccan Herald is the media partner for this grand event, hitherto known by the name ‘Vibrations.’ Since its inception in 1972, ‘Vibrations’ has been a mega event to look out for, with students turning up from across the country to showcase their multitude of talents. The new avatar ‘Miditha’ is expected to get even better this year.

In keeping with the rich traditions of the Institute and the overwhelming popularity of the annual cultural and literary extravaganza, the fest has added more zest and vigour in the competitions.  Miditha 2010, the organisers have promised, is out to rewrite some records.
Among the events that should add more colour are Kalakriti- the fine arts events, Saptsur- the events related to music- vocal and instrumental, Abhivyakti- dramatics and literary events, Mudra- dance events, DERNIeRE Mode- a fashion show, Power Chords- a college band competition and Mr and Miss Miditha contests.

Competitive events include talent hunt, skit, street play, jam, quiz, cartooning, photography, mad ads, newspaper designing, collage making, dumb charades, debate, instrumental music, rangoli making, creative writing, dance, fashion show and rock band competition. Classical programmes such as a Yakshagana performance by Keramane Shivananda Hegde and concert by Pt Shiv Kumar Sharma will be held on the first day of the fest. The cultural fest will also have an inaugural concert and a closing  musical performance by a well known Indian band. Miditha 2010 will stay alive from February 25 to 28, 2010.

For more event details and registration information visit the Miditha 2010 website at http://miditha.in/ or contact 91 -8123469328 (mobile) or +91-80-22932653 (office).

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