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Home / Pune News / Impressions 2019 off to a rollicking start at College of Engineering Pune

Impressions 2019 off to a rollicking start at College of Engineering Pune

Street Forward, a hiphop dance competition, and ‘Tee, two, one... sold’, were held on the opening day. Another major highlight of day one was the Campus Princess event

pune Updated: Dec 14, 2019 17:15 IST
Akhil Harikumar
Akhil Harikumar
Hindustan Times, Pune
Classical dance competition Nrityangana saw students perform   an array of traditional styles from across the country   at the College of Engineering Pune campus on Friday.
Classical dance competition Nrityangana saw students perform an array of traditional styles from across the country at the College of Engineering Pune campus on Friday.(Shankar Narayan/HT PHOTO)
         

The first day of ‘Impressions’ 2019’, the annual cultural fest of the College of Engineering Pune (COEP), kicked off with its upbeat and energetic inaugural ceremony on Friday. The chief guest for the inaugural function was Marathi film actor Swapnil Joshi.

Addressing students, he enlightened them with the importance of creativity and art. He said, “The Marathi film industry and Marathi films in general influence theatre. It is important to watch movies of various languages and cultures. The importance of a student-teacher interaction to reduce stress and anxiety is necessary.” 

Street Forward, a hiphop dance competition, and ‘Tee, two, one... sold’, were held on the opening day. Another major highlight of day one was the Campus Princess event. The events encouraged the artistes to engage the audience and express their creativity.

Students get the hip-hop moves in during the Street Forward, a hiphop dance competition on Friday.
Students get the hip-hop moves in during the Street Forward, a hiphop dance competition on Friday. ( Shankar Narayan/HT PHOTO )