Getting introduced in style

Getting introduced in style

Getting introduced in style

exciting A dance performance by the students.

It was a day of celebrations at the M S Ramaiah Institute of Management as the college celebrated Freshers’ Day recently.

The juniors were heartily welcomed by the senior students and the teachers of the institute.  The event started with a formal inauguration ceremony post which, the seniors
entertained the audience by dancing to a mix of popular Bollywood and English numbers.

And it’s not just the seniors who got a chance to perform, even the first year students presented an array of entertaining activities like singing, dancing, mimicry to name a few.  “We held auditions for students, who wanted to perform on this day,” informed Moumita, a final year student of MBA, who is also a member of the student committee.

Moumita had organised this event, along with the help of Anil Gowda from the Faculty of Operations Research and 15 other members from the student committee.

After all the colourful performances, the stage was set for the grand event — Mr and Miss Freshers contest. “We held auditions for this as well,” said Moumita. Out of the 50 students who auditioned, 11 boys and 11 girls were shortlisted for the final competition.
The first round was the introduction round, where the contestants spoke about themselves.

The second round was called ‘One Minute To Fame’, where the participants had to showcase their talents. So while one student did a mono-acting sequence, one sang the song ‘Mere Rang Mein’ from ‘Maine Pyar Kiya’.

The second round was an elimination round. So seven boys and seven girls went to the next round, which was an extempore round. The participants were given an idiom and had to elaborate on that.

Out of this, three boys and three girls made it to the next round. The final round was the judges’ questions round.  While Jeet Basu was declared as ‘Mr Fresher’, Sriparna Soha won the title of ‘Miss Fresher’. Both the students were really excited on winning.

“I was not expecting it all,” said Jeet. “The competition was tough with three of the rounds being extremely intellectual. So there was a lot of pressure on us but ultimately, it feels great to get a bit of fame,” he added.

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