The third and the final day of Moksha, the annual cultural fest of Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology commenced with Road-rage. The event saw bikers all across the city participating in bike races and stunts. It was a fun-filled event with a plethora of rare, sports bikes getting zoomed around and being enjoyed by the huge crowd attracted to the this particular event.
The first competition to take place was Dance-off, a dance competition for both duet and solo performances. Mirage, the dance society of NSIT conducted this event. It was judged by Digant Kar and saw 5 participants in duet and 24 in solo. Gotom Gangkak from SRCC bagged the first prize and Aakriti from SGGSCC bagged the second prize. The competition was followed by The International Jazz fest where The Jassical Trio and Rimon Jazz Institute Trio came and played their music.
The dance competition was followed by Mr. and Ms. Moksha. Students from all the colleges could come and participate in this competition. The first round was Lip-syncing competition. The participants had to introduce themselves and lip-sync with a song of their choice. The second round consisted of two parts- The Questionnaire round and the Talent round. Bhavika was the first performer of the competition. It was judged by Kanika Katyal, HT City editor, Suparna Chakrobarty, Monica Meena and Joginder Kumar, a famous wrestler who participated in Commonwealth Games. Gaurav Tyagi from Shivaji College became Mr. Moksha and Palak Makkar from Amity School of Technology and Engineering became Miss Moksha. The runners-up of the competition were Kushal Jasoriya from BITS Pilani and Khushboo Tanwar from CVS.
After that, the beat-boxing competition took place. It was judged by R.P. Singh, a student of rock school London and Manish Thapliyal, lead vocalist of ROOTS. Aman was the winner of the competition. The finals of Dhwani, the singing competition had the same judges. 12 participants out of 260 were selected for the finals. Sanya, Bineet and Shashank were the winners in each category- English, Hindi, Instrumental.
This was followed by Battle of Bands which saw the participation of six bands. The competition was judged by the headlining band of the competition called The Cosmic Truth who gave a mind-blowing performance after the contestants. The first prize went to Eyes of the Martyr and Kazaryth bagged the second prize.
The night was concluded by the Evening ball and Star night. The performers were DJ Nucleya and DJ Aceaxe. They attracted a huge crowd and everyone danced and enjoyed at the south-Indian dubstep tracks and others played by them. Everyone also thoroughly enjoyed the laser show at the end of the entire event.
With inputs from NSIT PR Team.
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