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Sunburn concludes SSCBS’ Crescendo 2014

After the first day featuring a range of dance competitions along with the Bollywood night, the second and final day at Crescendo – the Annual cultural fest of Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies (SSCBS) ended with a bang. On the 11th of March, the day started with Octaves – the music competition comprising five categories and culminated with Sunburn.

The results for Octaves were as follows:

Battle of The Bands – The Hansraj Projekt (1st position), SSCBS’ Dhwani (2nd position) and Conundrum – (P.G.D.A.V based alternative rock band) (3rd position)

Western Music (Group) – Lady Shri Ram College for Women’s Western Music Society (1st position), Kamala Nehru College’s  Zephyr (2nd), SSCBS’ Dhwani and Sri Venkateshwara College’s Crescendo (3rd position)

Western Music (Solo) – Shreya Adhikari from Sri Venkateshwara College (1st position), Chong Norbu Sherpa from Aurobindo College(2nd position) and Abhilasha Sinha from Lady Shri Ram College for Women and Nirupan Sihna from Hans Raj College (3rd position)

Indian Music (Group) – Daulat Ram College’s Ahalya and Sri Venkateswara College tied on the first position followed by Kamala Nehru College’s Sangeetika  placed at the second.

Indian Music (Solo) – Shreya Adhikari from Sri Venkateswara College was adjudged the best singer.

The day progressed with various informal events like Rangoli making and the English Sitcom Quiz. To add to the cheer and put a befitting end to the high-energy fest, Sunburn performed for the rest of the evening. Post a few security glitches of the previous day, the security was tightened and entry was strictly regulated to prevent the situation from getting out of control. Inside the main stadium, Sunburn put up it’s set up, complete with LCDs, LEDs and spotlights to give the entire fest the feel of an authentic concert. The concert started on schedule and witnessed sunburn’s signature electric music. The invigorated reception it received sealed it as a success.

An elated and tired Saumya Shoor, one of the crescendo organisers had the following to say, “The kind of response we have gotten is truly is heartening. We had some high expectations to match this time. And with the amount of work we put in, we are glad that the event was received so well.”



Presently a Business Studies student at Shaheed Sukhdev College Of Business Studies, I plan to spend my years discovering what I am capable of. Books, movies and friends are on the top of my timetable and for me college is about having a good time and trying new things. I believe it’s better to do a few things well than a lot of them poorly. Punctuality is a virtue I am yet to experience.


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