<![CDATA[ The second day of the three day long fest did not have many competitions lined up. There was the intra college Frisbee competition that hardly brought any crowd except the participating teams themselves. The food tasting competition, Khai Khai, saw large participation. The first round was a blind tasting, quite literally, as you were given- mostly Bengali- sweets to taste and recognize while being blind folded. If you could guess the exact sweet, not only did you earn respect but also full points. A fraction of the total score was awarded if one was able to guess the ingredients or generic name for the food item. Apart from these, there was the dodge ball competition which also exclusively saw Stephanian participation. Create it Quick was the competition that pushed participants to create as many origami Ninja Stars (Shurikens), clay bird figures, etc as possible in the given time. The street play competition, Anhad, began with much energy and vigour. Thirteen colleges took part and won the crowd over with their performances that communicated their message while tickling the audience’s funny bone. As per tradition, the plays had music, songs and interaction with the audience that made the spectators feel like a part of the play. The winners
- Hindu College-
- Shaheed Bhagat Singh (Eve) College
- Miranda House
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