Country’s rich heritage showcased through dances
NAVI MUMBAI: Students from as many as 14 colleges in the city and the suburbs thronged the campus of SIES Junior College in Nerul to participate in a quiz competition on Saturday.
The competition, a part of the annual programme, ZEAL, was called Brainstorm. Teams competed against each other over questions related to topics such as current affairs, Indian history and geography in different rounds. Students of Jaipuriar Junior College, Sanpada, won the competition.
The quiz competition was followed by ‘survival of the fittest’, a sports event. It tested the physical and mental endurance of students. A total of thirty teams, consisting five members each, participated in this event. It was a chain game where the unfit teams got knocked out.
A cultural programme with a theme on the rich cultural heritage of India brought the event to an end.
“Every department of our
colle ge organises one programme in a year. For the students of the Junior College, this is the second time. The first programme was organised in 2014,” said Mannasi Muralidharan, a student of the college and a member of
the organising committee.
“We try to do something new and innovative every year, which could also enhance the skills of the students and participants. It is important for students to have interest in diverse areas,” she added.
We try to do something new and innovative every year, which could also enhance the skills of the students and participants. MANNASI MURALIDHARAN, student and member of the organising committee
Girls decked in traditional Maharashtrian costumes, perform Lavni, a folk dance, on Saturday.
Students enthral the audience with their performance at the SIES Junior College in Nerul during the function.