Spotlight falls on latent talents

Spotlight falls on latent talents

Vibrant colours

Spotlight falls on latent talents

In this age of competitiveness, it is essential that students are provided the same amount of opportunities for honing their extra-curricular activities as it is done for academics.

In an effort to provide a platform for the latent talent of its students, Amruta Institute of Engineering and Management Sciences (AIeMS) had organised a colourful college fest at the Innovative Film City.

‘AIeMS’ College Fest 2010’ was flagged off by Transport Minister R Ashok.
He said Bangalore has gained a reputation for not only Information Technology and Bio-technology but also as a hub for quality education.

AIeMS, which has been visited by industrialists, politicians and prominent personalities, is slated to achieve greatness.

He also advised students not to forget their duty towards the society. Presiding over the fest, Legislative Council Member and Educationist P V Krishna Bhat said students should get involved in programmes that are aimed at the future and development of the country. As part of the fest, several programmes were organised to showcase the talents of the students.

Mimicry, dance competition, rangoli, drawing, quiz, mehendi, on the spot drawing, online gaming, non-fire cooking, mad ads, Bharatanatyam, fashion show, Indian and Western dances were also organised.

The two-day event was open to the parents of the students as well.

After the inaugural function, students also presented a variety of programmes. The fashion show and the dance programmes had the audience mesmerised, while students, who had excelled in academics, were also given prizes on the occasion.

Those present included KPIT administrative committee executive trustee Tejaswini Ananthkumar, KPIT administrative committee president GR Narayanan, AIeMS Principal V B Sundar, Base Director  H S Nagaraj and AIeMS administrative committee president Pradeep Oak.