V N R Vignana Jyothi Institute of Engineering & Technology (VJIET) is organising its annual college fest, Sintillashunz 2011, from 17th to 20th February at the college's campus in Bachupally village. The following is the list of events to be held during the 3-day fest:
The object of this game is to speak for a minute without repetition, hesitation or deviation.
War Of The Words
The competition of words is all set to lend you great moments, good fun and lots to learn. There will be two rounds - preliminary and final. Synonyms, antonyms and homonyms will wage war, and there will be one undisputed champion who will walk away with the prize.
Cat On The Wall
Call it a turncoat debate, floor-crossing or simply cat-on-the-wall - here's your chance to prove how convincing you can be and how passionate you are about every dimension of your thought. Jack the audience out with your glibness. Explore the lawyer traits in you. Do not hesitate to deviate from your current point of view even if it means you would have to return to it later.
For hardcore bloggers and wacky writers - write anything creative and make headlines.
It's a mixed bag of various events such as dumb charades and quizzing.
A media event where the judges will act as the press and the participants will be attacked with a flurry of bombarding questions.
A rock band competition on the last night. This night let the music take you high - hard, metal, alternative and classic. There will be some serious singing, shouting and swaying.
Strum and pluck those strings, create a sound and make the audience enjoy.
Western Music Solo
Only English songs. Keyboards and guitar will be provided by the organisers.
A popular singing game that needs no explanation for today's television fans. Only songs in Hindi will be allowed. A group game of 3 participants.
Almost the same as Hindi Antakshari, but only Telugu songs here.
Light Music Solo
Participants are required to sing only film & pop songs. Keyboards and guitar will be provided by the organisers.
Participants are allowed to sing only proper krithis and keerthanas. Srithi box will be provided by the organisers.
Have you ever tried making figures out of magazine cuttings? Showcase your creativity in using magazine cuttings at the fine arts stall.
Portray your art through a medium of a thousand emotions. Show your painting prowess with gentle strokes, making faces glow.
This is the grand old dad of all the events in fine arts. Wake up the painter in you, and go on a painting spree.
If you don't like any face, go and paint it as creatively you can. Let your imagination flow with gentle strokes and make faces glow.
Try your sketching skills with this wonder medium. Put your pencil on paper and let your imagination flow through.
You have trained your paints and colors on paper and canvas. Now it's time to paint your college ground.
Three evenings of rocking music, masti and hip-shaking is held at 7:00pm on all the three days, as follows:
17th February - South Indian Classical Music on Violin by A Kanyakumari
18th February - Musical Nite by Benny Dayal
19th February - Rock Show by Motherjane
Entry to the cultural nights is by tickets of Rs. 200 for 17th, Rs. 250 for 18th and Rs. 100 for 19th evening. Please contact student coordinators Jeevan Krishna at 98480-21121 or Avinash Napa at 97036-31308 for further details.