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Abhivyakti: Singing contest organised

india Updated: Nov 16, 2006 00:04 IST
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ON THE third day of the celebration of ‘Abhivyakti 2006’ held at Christ Church College, singing competition was organised for the students of the four houses.

However, students were not allowed to sing film songs. Students showed their talent by singing Bhajans, patriotic songs (other than from movies), and even beautiful classical songs, which throbbed the hearts of many.

Four students from each house (Westcott, Douglas, Chatterjee and Slater) were selected as the winners and who would get an opportunity to take part in the inter-house singing competition to be held on November 30.

The winners of the Westcott House were Dolly Shukla, Faiz Hussian, Annie and Ankit Srivastava. The winners of the Douglas House were Jatin, Karishna Gupta, Mohammad Shahid, and Hansa. Those who managed to emerge as winners in Chatterjee House were Nimisha Yadav, Rishab Mishra, Rishabh Kumar and Poornima Day and the winners of the Slater House were Shalini Das Gupta, Vishal Bharti, Yashi Kulshreshtra and Shivangi Kapoor.

During the programme, College principal, Dr Pervez E Dean also felicitated the students who took part in the ‘Yuva Mahotsava’ held at CSJM University and bagged the winning trophy. ‘Abhivyakti’ is a platform for students to showcase their multifaceted skills.

He said that personality development is an integral part of the overall aim of education, hence these competitions have been scheduled at various levels like departmental, intra house, inter house and inter collegiate, he added. Since the first day of the inauguration of ‘Abhivyakti 2006’, various competitions have been organised here like debate, quiz, and singing contest. Various other competitions like dance, painting, college, essay writing, rangoli and creative writing have been scheduled for the upcoming days of the programme.

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