VVN Degree College buzzed with students with the festive atmosphere and colourful challenging competitions presented by AAKARSH VVN 2016 Inter college mega fest on 10th and 11th February,2016.It was a bonanza for the participants to vie with their peers from in and around Bangalore colleges. Aakarsh VVN fest offered eight variety competitions ranging from traditional Kolata, recitation of Jayadeva’s Aashtapadis from Geetagovinda to Fashion shows of ethnic wear and western wear.
The Concourse D’ Anchorage – to test the communication skills and creative presentations of events in a programme in anchoring had very animated participation by the students evoking a jubilant response from the audience.
A crowd of participants was seen at the registration corner for Business Quiz and Best Manager events. Vinutha a participant of the Best Manager said, “The interview part was tough as the judges drilled the participants to test their confidence, stress management and presentation. ” Though Business Quiz master Sri. Vinay Mudaliyar bombarded the students with brainstorming questions, the audience managed to bag maximum number of chocolates.
Sanskrit Aastapadi from GeethGovind by Sanskrit poet Jayadev saw many contestants singing melodiously with lucid articulations. Kolata with all its ryme and rhythm had some of the popular Kannada songs such as “ Cheluvayya cheluvoo tane tandana….”, “Moodalseeme yolu moodibartane….”
During fashion show the maruthi sabhangana was packed with students to watch the contestants walk the ramp. First round saw the participants in ethnic wear and the second round in western wear. Girls decked in Indian Rajastani,Gujarathi,Kodava, Kerala and other states looked gorgeous and elegant as they walked the ramp. Multi coloured shervani’s with dupatta and embroidered Rajastani shoes were worn by boys in filmy style.
Sukesh of Sri Krishna college said” the fest was very meticulously organised with tasty food for all the participants. “Two days off from the routine classes and gathering under the umbrella of VVN was a pleasant experience” said participants. The fest was inaugurated by Prof.Laxmi Chandrashekar, Founder of Kriyetive Theatre. The valedictory programme had cine artists Praveen and Meghana Goanker and RJ Rapid Rashmi as chief guests. The President of VVN Trust Sri Subbaraj, Senior President Sri Arunkumar BS, Governing Council Chairman Sri Pradeep Devata, Co Chairman Sri Rajkumar witnessed the fest activities with the special invitees and teachers.
-PAVAN KUMAR BG