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  • MVJ College of Engineering Conducted a Spectacular SWAYAM 2024 Cultural Fest

    Published on May 29, 2024

     Bengaluru  — MVJ College of Engineering recently concluded its much-anticipated national-level intercollegiate cultural fest, SWAYAM 2024, held on May 24th and 25th. This year’s event was a vibrant celebration of talent, creativity, and cultural diversity, drawing students from various colleges across the nation to the MVJ College campus.

    The event commenced with a grand inauguration ceremony at 9:30 am, hosted by Shruthika and Thanushree. The Chief Guest, Karnataka Kalasri Vidwan H S Murthy Venugopal, graced the occasion alongside MVJ College’s Principal, Dr. V Suresh Babu, Vice Principal, Dr. M Brindha, and Dean Academics, Dr. Srinivas L Gombhi. The inaugural event featured an enthralling classical music performance by Dhwani, a captivating dance by Nrityatrix, and a solo performance titled ‘Krishna Devernama’ by Titir.

    Throughout the day, the campus buzzed with energy as students participated in various competitions: MVJCE students clinched the first prize in Taal Indian Dance, with Mount Carmel College students taking second place. The Synergy Tribe Western Group Dance saw JSS Academy win first prize, followed by Ramaiah College in second place. In Kalakshetra, Cambridge students secured the top honor, with MVJCE students as runners-up. Slam Poetry had Nisha from St. Francis College winning first prize, and Aadya from DSCE taking second place. In Photography, Sahil Desai from MVJCE won first prize, with Parnitha L from MVJCE in second place.

    Mono Acting saw Jason Anthony Binny from MVJCE win first prize, with Shreyas P B from GFGC in second place. The Twist a Tale event had Santhome Perin Paiva and Harshitha Dosaj winning first prize, and Shruthika G K and Vajra Vichitranand securing second place. The day concluded on a high note with a live concert by Beats Gurus & Diwu, captivating the audience with their dynamic performances and infectious energy.

    Day 2 kicked off with a warm welcome and the Euphony music event, where the Mythri team took the first prize. This was followed by IndieFuse, with the Abingna team emerging victorious. Other notable events included stand-up comedy by guest comedian Smt. Sudha Baragur, which filled the auditorium with laughter. Spotlight had Rakshith Ramakrishna winning first prize, followed by Adithya. In Improv, Sharath and Joel (MVJCE) took the top spot, with Sparsh and Rajeshwari (RVCE) in second place. AirCrash saw Tom from St. Joseph University win first prize, and Shalom Varghese from Kristu Jayanti College took second place. Graphic Designing was judged by Joe Fabian, with results to be announced online.

    The Short Film event showcased six compelling films, with RVCE students winning first prize and MVJCE students as runners-up. Four Feet and Battle of Bands were also major attractions, highlighting the immense talent of the participants. The festivities concluded with the Vortex Live Concert at the Basketball court, where The Vortex’s performance left the audience spellbound.

    The event culminated with a felicitation ceremony, recognizing the hard work and dedication of MVJCE students, organizers, volunteers, and club presidents and vice presidents. Certificates were personally presented by the Dean of Academics and Mr. Hari Hegde, PRO, acknowledging their contributions to the success of SWAYAM 2024.

    SWAYAM 2024 was a resounding success, offering a platform for students to showcase their talents, celebrate cultural diversity, and build lasting connections. The event highlighted the vibrant cultural landscape of MVJ College of Engineering, leaving a lasting impact on all who participated.

    In the Mega Event (Theme based only) category, which involved performing, acting, dancing, and singing, Team Yuva from Cambridge Institute of Technology won the first prize worth 50,000, while Nrityatrix from MVJCE secured the second prize worth 25,000.

    In the theatre & productions – Rangaabhinaya  category, for the Mono Acting event, Jason Anthony Binny from MVJCE won the first prize worth 4,000, and Shreya P B from GFGC Vijayanagar College took the second prize worth 3,000. In the Improv event, Joel and Sharat from MVJCE won the first prize worth 4,000, while Sparsh Rawat and Rajeshwari Patil from RV College won the second prize worth 3,000. Prakalp Raghan from MVJCE won the first prize worth 4,000 in Stand Up, and Aravind Govind S, also from MVJCE, secured the second prize worth 3,000. In Photography, Sahil Parashrum Desai from MVJCE won the first prize worth 3,000, and Pranitha L S from MVJCE took the second prize worth 2,000. The Short Film Making event saw Echo of Destiny from RV College win the first prize worth 8,000, while Buddy’s Team from MVJCE took the second prize worth 5,000. In Graphic Designing, Eric Alex from St Joseph’s College won the first prize worth 3,000, and Kshama A S from MVJCE secured the second prize worth 2,000.

    In the Fine Arts – Aakriti category, for Graphite/Pencil Sketching, Koelroy Choudary from Montfort College won the first prize worth 3,000, and Aafsan Islam from MVJCE took the second prize worth 2,000. In Depiction/Water Colour Painting, Muskan from MVJCE won the first prize worth 3,500, with no second prize awarded. In Doodling (TSHIRT), Debajyothi Biswas from Acharya College won the first prize worth 3,000, and Amitesh C from MVJCE took the second prize worth 2,000. For Illustration/Digital Art, Saurabh Kumar Suman from MVJCE won the first prize worth 4,000, and N Vishal from MVJCE secured the second prize worth 3,000. In Kolam/Rangoli Making, Madhumita Podg from ISME won the first prize worth 4,000, while Nikita Yadav from MVJCE took the second prize worth 3,000.

    In the Dance – Nrityatrix category, Rakshit R from Sapthagiri College of Engineering won the first prize worth 3,000 in Spotlight – Solo western dance, and Aditya M S from NHCE took the second prize worth 2,000. In Taal – Solo Indian dance, HithaVarshini from MVJCE won the first prize worth 3,000, while Niyathi from Montfort College secured the second prize worth 2,000. For Synergy Tribe – western group dance, Chiranthana B U from JSSATE won the first prize worth 8,000, and Ashik P from MSRIT took the second prize worth 5,000. In Le Panga – Open battle, Damini B R from MVJCE won the first prize worth 4,000, and Muffin from NHCE secured the second prize worth 3,000. Hitha and Keerthi Raj from St Pauls College won the first prize worth 4,000 in Four Feet – Duo dance, while Niyathi and Koel from Montfort College took the second prize worth 3,000.

    In the Music – Dhwani category, Vidhadhar Pujari from UVCE Dept of Architecture Bangalore won the first prize worth 3,000 in Euphony – Solo Singing, and Pranathi Thallam from MVJCE secured the second prize worth 2,000. In Mic Drop – Rap & Beat Boxing, Winstan from Indian Academy won the first prize worth 3,000, while Tarun E from MVJCE took the second prize worth 2,000. For Indiefuse – Group Singing, Kanishk Rai (Group) from CMR Institute of Technology won the first prize worth 8,000, and Abhigna (Group) & Manogna from MVJCE & Atria Institute of Technology took the second prize worth 2,500 each. In Sangeeth Samrat – Indian Classical, Sirikrishna Hindupur from St Joseph’s University won the first prize worth 4,000, and Madhuja Chaudhuri & Manogna J Bhat from MVJCE & Narayana Institute of Cardiac Science secured the second prize worth 3,000. Rahul Samuel Anilar from RV College won the first prize worth 15,000 in Battle of Bands, with no second prize awarded.

    In the Literati – Saahitya category, Nisha from St. Francis College won the first prize worth 3,000 in Slam Poetry, and Aadhya from Dayanand Sagar College took the second prize worth 2,000. Harshith and Santhome from Mountfort College won the first prize worth 4,000 in Twist-a-Tale, while Shruthira and Vajra from MVJCE secured the second prize worth 3,000. In Speed Debate, Joel Thomas Jibu from MVJCE won the first prize worth 4,000, and Anish from New Horizon took the second prize worth 3,000. Tom Alben from St. Josephs University won the first prize worth 4,000 in Aircrash, while Shalom Varghese from Kristu Jayanti College secured the second prize worth 3,000. Ullas H M from MVJCE won the first prize worth 3,000 in JAM, and S Kedharshwar Subba Reddy from MVJCE took the second prize worth 2,000. In Literary Treasure Hunt / Quil Quest Bounty, Ganesha, Alvin, and Abhishek from MVJCE won the first prize worth 8,000, while Pavithra, Rohith, and Narmadha from MVJCE took the second prize worth 5,000.

    Day -1- LIVE CONCERT BY BEATS GURUS & DIWU

    The first day of Swayam 2024 at MVJ College of Engineering ended on a high note with a thrilling live concert by Beats Gurus & Diwu. The musical extravaganza was the perfect way to conclude the day’s festivities.

    The live concert started at 5:00 PM, and students were treated to a mesmerizing display of talent and energy from Beats Gurus & Diwu. The dynamic performances, pulsating beats, and catchy tunes had the audience grooving and singing along, creating an electric atmosphere that resonated throughout the venue.

     The combination of talented musicians, soul-stirring melodies, and high-octane performances ensured that everyone present had an unforgettable experience.

    After an exhilarating show that kept everyone on their feet, the live concert by Beats Gurus & Diwu came to a close at 6:40 PM. The resounding applause and cheers from the audience were a testament to the success of the performance.

    Day -2 :-VORTEX LIVE CONCERT

    The Vortex Live concert kicked off at 5 PM on the Basketball court, setting the stage for an evening filled with music, energy, and excitement. Attendees eagerly gathered to witness an electrifying performance by The Vortex, a dynamic musical ensemble known for their captivating melodies and engaging stage presence.

    As the clock struck 5 PM, the music began to fill the venue, drawing in the audience and setting a vibrant atmosphere for the concert. The talented musicians of The Vortex took to the stage, ready to enthrall the crowd with their soulful tunes, energetic performances, and show-stopping numbers.

    The Live concert by The Vortex promised an unforgettable musical experience, with fans and music enthusiasts eagerly awaiting the start of the performance. The band’s unique sound and infectious rhythm had the audience swaying to the music, creating a sense of camaraderie and shared enjoyment among all those present.

    As the concert unfolded, the audience was treated to a stellar display of musical prowess, with The Vortex showcasing their artistry and passion for music. The electrifying atmosphere, combined with the band’s seamless performance, ensured that everyone in attendance was thoroughly entertained and captivated by the Live concert experience. After an exhilarating show that kept everyone on their feet, The Vortex Live concert concluded at 6:30 PM.

    MVJ Engineering College: MVJ College of Engineering, established in 1982, is a leading institution in Bengaluru, known for imparting outstanding education in engineering and management. With a 15-acre state-of-the-art campus in Whitefield, the college offers a diverse range of undergraduate and postgraduate programs, including the distinction of being the first under VTU to offer Aeronautical Engineering. MVJCE is approved by AICTE, affiliated with VTU, and accredited by NBA and NAAC.

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