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Harmonising the elements

Harmonising  the elements
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The students had a gala time participating and performing in various event. Competitions of the day were Nupur –  The Indian classical dance competition, Bardoratory –  The Shakespeare’s soliloquy competition, Munadi –  The Hindi street play competition, Create From Waste and Euphonie –  The western music competition (Solo and Group).

There were 12 participants in Nupur, which had performances ranging from Kathak to Bharatnatyam to Odissi, showcasing the diversity of our cultural heritage. The first prize was won by Kriti from Gargi College, who performed a Bharatnatyam piece. On the other hand, Bardoratory, where participants had to make innovative use of props of their own choice and were judged on the seamlessness of the incorporation of their props in the performances. The first prize was won by Nidhi Sakarwal of Keshav Mahavidyalaya, who performed a soliloquy of Lady Macbeth, from Shakespeare’s
Macbeth
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Euphonie, which saw the participation of over 20 contestants and colleges and the first prize for Solo vocals, was won by Hanita from College of Business Studies. The prize for the group song was also won by College of Business Studies, who performed a medley of Michael Jackson songs.
Create From Waste had 32 participants, who showcased their creativity by turning dry garbage into decorative objects. The first prize winner was Lipakshi from Jaanki Devi Memorial College.

Jabberwocky- Turncoat debate (English), which was held on the first day and saw enthusiastic participation of 18 contestants.  The first prize was won by Rahul Ghoshi of SGTB Khalsa, who spoke about the topic- ‘Delhi Election has changed the Face of Contemporary Politics’. Footloose saw participation of teams from IIT Delhi, IP University as well as colleges from University of Delhi. In a highly competitive session which saw over 20 teams compete, the first prize was won by The Jesus and Mary College Team.
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