As fest season is going on in Delhi University, Dyal Singh College (Evening) also organised its annual event ‘Rajnigandha’ dated 1-3rd February,very diligently. The event began with Ganesh Vandana in the presence of Chairperson Dr. Pawan Kumar Sharma. Students enjoyed various street plays on the first day aimed to create awareness about different social issues like lack of sex education,intolerance, sports and politics etc. 14 teams participated in this competition and Anubhuti-The Dramatic society of Sri Venkateswara college clinched 1st position for their production ‘A’.
“Street plays should focus on campus problems rather than the society. This critical approach can also influence in a bad manner”, said Dr. Sharma while addressing the students. Classical and western singing competitions were organised on day 2 in group and solo categories followed by Battle Of Bands. Mr. Dhruv of IIT Delhi stole the limelight by securing 1st and 2nd position in Solo singing and Classical solo singing,respectively. Ms. Swaradhana of Daulat Ram College also got 2nd and 3rd prize in 2 singing competitions.
Day 3 was all for dance moves. Students witnessed various dance forms ranging from Bhangra to Kathak by groups as well as individuals. Ms. Shubhanshi Bhardwaj won 1st prize in Indian solo and Mr. Pulkit Sharma was awarded with 1st prize in western solo competition. Sri Guru Nanak Dev Khalsa College had a tie for 1st position in folk dance(group) competition. Participants set the stage on fire in the evening by performing western dance in which Maitreyi college secured 1st position. To make it enjoyable and memorable DJ Zenna and Myris were there in the house.
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“This fest is a grand success despite of funds being short post demonetization”, Mr. Roshan Roy, president Art and culture society, Dyal singh college said when interviewed.