Every Year, a student event ‘Pegasus’ is organized for cognizing curricular, co curricular, extra curricular and sports talent of the students. This event also comprises of addressing social and environmental issues by organizing competitions, skits or plays. In the month of January 2019, the event commenced with curricular activities like e commerce projects, networking projects, quiz and programming competitions. Students implemented their innovative ideas on the topics by designing 3D models. An e Commerce project was based on the concept of safe driving through generating awareness on the use of helmets whereas another project spread awareness on female hygiene. The science and management approach made the event interesting and effective.
The next week saw the participation of large number of students for extra curricular activities such as rangoli, mehendi, style tags, make up and hair style; that develop creativity among the students. The success of these events lay in the fact that even the rangoli designs had a social message on ‘save the girl child’ along with the promotion of traditional and contemporary practice of rangoli designs. The girls and boys participated in groups; enthusiastically for the makeup and hair style competition. The use of modern day products and ideas, resulted in the creation of beautiful characters and icons. The style tag concept promoted the idea of apparel design with the use of eco friendly colored paper, that saw a wide range of costume design representing state, national and international culture.
The sports event every player’s grit and determination in individual as well as team events. The indoor and outdoor games, both attracted large number of students to participate and cheer for others. The game of chess saw each player battle it out on the board whereas, football and cricket had everybody biting their nails to witness a tough match.
The culmination of the event was the cultural program that saw a tremendous talent and teamwork from the students to focus on the national integration and cultural diversity. The Nehru Memorial Hall, with a capacity of 700 viewers, saw full occupation and self discipline from the students. The performances included solo and group dance based on various dance forms or state songs. This was followed by singing and playing of musical instruments.
The skit, “Mimicry and Mockery” was based on promoting the thought ‘Don’t Drink and Drive’ which was very well scripted and presented by FYBSc students. The mimicry done by various students portraying different actors like Shahrukh Khan, Nana Patekar, Amitabh Bachchan etc; enthralled all the viewers and received a thunderous applause for displaying the issues related to drinking and driving.
The most awaited being the prize distribution ceremony followed shortly during which prizes were awarded to the winners of curricular, co-curricular, extracurricular and sports competitions to promote the culture of talent nurturing and team work.
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