At the 'zenith' of creativity

At the 'zenith' of creativity

Enlightening Fest

At the 'zenith' of creativity

The first day of the festival consisted of events relating to management, which shed light on a student’s acquaintance with the field of commerce and the entire second day was dedicated to vibrant cultural performances.

More than 25 colleges from across the City had taken part in the fest which had more than 15 distinct events. National Award-winning singer Shimoga Subbanna inaugurated the cultural carnival and performed some of his evergreen songs like Kadukudure Odi Bandittaa, which gave him nationwide recognition, and Shishunala Sharif’s Kodagana Koli Nungitta.

The first day witnessed a tough competition in the commerce-related events such as Best Manager, Product Launch, Mock Stock, and Big Fight.

The Best Manager event tested the abilities of the contestants thoroughly.
The students undertook many challenging assignments to prove their decision-making ability, stress management skills and their capacity to cope with crisis.
And finally, Sanketh R Shah from Bhagawan Mahaveer Jain College was given the title of Best Manager.

Mock Stock was another event in which the students took part with great enthusiasm.
 It was the actual simulation of a share market, where students enacted out the roles of traders, bulls and bears, company executives and share brokers.
Big Fight saw neck- to-neck fight between two participants belonging to one college.
Arcot Manoj Prabhakar and Sanketh Shah of Jain College emerged winners and their college was declared as the overall champions of the Commerce events as well.
The second day was colourful with students exhibiting their uncanny knack in Poster Making, Creative Cooking, Pot Pourri and Mehandi drawing.

The group dance competition was one of the most enjoyed events of the fest. The students exhibited varied dance formats and different theme-based performances. There were classical, Western, hip hop and free style dance genres.
The students of CI-CMS College, Jayanagar, who gave an excellent performance on Michael Jackson’s This Is It, emerged as winners. VVN College walked home with the overall championship trophy of the cultural events.
Last but not the least, was a fashion show presented by the students of PES College, which added an extra colour to the fest.

 The young and beautiful boys and girls of PES College walked the ramp in ‘wedding wear’.
They presented on stage, the wedding costumes of different communities — Bengali, Punjabi, Gujarati, Malayali and Coorgi. On the whole, the festival was an
absolute treat to the students.

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