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Campus goes all jazzy

Hindustan Times  New Delhi, April 06, 2013
First Published: 16:49 IST(6/4/2013) | Last Updated: 00:59 IST(7/4/2013)

The power of Punjabi pop shone through at Kshitij, the annual cultural festival held at  Jagannath International Management School. Jazzy B was the buzzword at this year’s edition of Kshitij, the annual cultural festival of Jagannath International Management School. Punjabi pop sensation Jazzy B swept the house, as a packed  Thyagaraj Stadium with thousands of students cheered and danced along.The performance started with his number, Aaya Main Gaddi Mod Key, and went on to other popular numbers, such as Mar Gaye Tera Roop Dekh Ke, Jine Mera Dil Luteya, Naag, Jindey Sun Jindey and others.

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Apart from the celebrity performance, the festival provided a forum for students to showcase their talent and compete with other educational instiutes in categories such as dance, theatre, singing, AdMad show and slogan-writing, face painting, collage-making, antakshari, fashion show and the annual college title, Ms  & Mr Kshitij.

Students from many colleges were seen exchanging pleasantries, cheering on for their respective teams, treating Jazzy B to a thunderous applause and letting their hair down.


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