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11:00 pm - Sunday November 19, 2017

Navonmesh: Students show skills in diverse fields on 3rd day

Staff Reporter, Bhopal

Various cultural programmes were presented by the participating students on the third day of the inter-university fest ‘Navonmesh’.

Association of Indian Universities (AIU), New Delhi has entrusted AISECT University, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh for hosting 33rd Inter-University Central Zone Youth Festival UNIFEST for the session 2017-18 during November 03-07.

On the third day of the fest, various cultural programmes including dance, singing, drama etc were presented by the participants.

About 1500 participants from prestigious universities of the central zone (Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, UP, Odisha, Maharashrta, AP and Tamil Nadu) are taking part in the fest.

On the opening day, myriad colourful cultural programmes were presented by the participants. Students of over 100 universities displayed their talents and skills in diverse fields.

The participants are displaying their talents and skills in diverse fields including classical vocal solo, classical instrumental solo, light vocal, western vocal, group song (Indian and western), folk orchestra and western vocal instrumental.

The dances presented by the participants include folk / tribal dance, classical dance. the literary events include quiz, elocution and debate. The students are also presenting one act play, skits, mime and mimicry.

The various events and contests in the field of fine arts include on the spot painting, collage, poster making, clay modeling, cartooning, rangoli, spot photography and installation.

Posted in: Bhopal

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