A plethora of competitions

A plethora of competitions

Cultural fest

A plethora of competitions

Cambridge Institute of Technology (CITech) recently organised a two-day national level inter-collegiate cultural fest ‘Chiguru 2017’. The theme of the fest was ‘Get connected’.

The fest witnessed a footfall of nearly 15,000 students from more than 150 colleges across India participating in more than 50 events.

D K Mohan, chairman, Cambridge Institute of Technology and Group of Institutions, addressed the gathering at the inaugural function and stressed that students should excel in their areas of interest while maintaining a healthy balance with academics.

Events such as ‘Battle of Bands’, fusion dance, ‘specials’, fashion show, solo singing, group singing, throwball, counterstrike and sketching were the main attractions at the fest. One of the highlights was a stunt racing show by TVS racing team. This stunt was uniquely performed by women as well. The cast and crew of Bollywood film ‘Trapped’ graced the occasion on one of the evenings.

Actor Rajkummar Rao and director Vikramaditya Motwane had a good time interacting with the students. The crew of Kannada film ‘Ojas’, including actor Neha Saxena, also graced the function. Exciting prizes were distributed to the winners of the different competitions. ‘Man versus Food’, movie spoof, short movie and other technical events were also conducted. City-based contemporary Carnatic progressive rock band ‘Agam’ also performed at the fest. The students had a good time listening and dancing to the tunes of the band. The fest concluded with a rocking night by DJ Lloyd.

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