Ink Slingers, the Literary Club of Symbiosis Institute of Media and Communication, Bangalore, conducted its annual inter-collegiate Literary Fest — ‘Prayuddh — Battle of The Intellect’.
The Literary Fest posed a host of literary challenges to the participants and audience alike, including Pictionary, Spelling Bee, What’s the Good Word?, Scrabble, Debate and Lit Quiz. The poetic proficiency of the students were put to test with exciting events such as Kavi Sammelan and instant poetry writing contest where the participants were given pictures as cue. The Lit Quiz saw the contestants pressing the buzzer for questions on pop culture, music and literature.
Experts from various fields judged the events including Aruna C Newton, Vice President, Electronics City Industries Association (ELCIA) and Vedha Mohan, Executive Producer, Radio One.
The winners were awarded with books and gift vouchers. Colleges from all over the city participated in the event including Christ University, PESIT, Mount Carmel College, Symbiosis Institute of Business Management and Welingkar Institute of Management Development & Research, thus rendering it a resplendent success.
Save Earth campaign
SRN Adarsh College students organised the ‘Save Environment Save Earth’ campaign recently as a part of their National Service Scheme (NSS) activities. The students cleaned KS Narasimha Swamy Park, Katriguppe which was followed by an awareness speech on importance of environment by Mayor D Venkatesha Murthy, who was also the chief guest.
“It is through the younger generation that a green earth will be born. I am proud that my students are initiating such campaigns,” said President, Adarsh Group of Institutions, Premraj V Jain.
“People have to understand the current scenario. Everything around them is polluted. Now we are living in a condition where we need to pay and buy even drinking water. So it is our duty to take steps to make them aware about the seriousness of the issue,” said an active NSS volunteer of Adarsh. The NSS Unit has also succesfully conducted awareness programmes in the past.