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SGTB Khalsa wins Street Play Competition Reverie 2014

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The Arts Quad witnessed the street play competition on Day 2 of Gargi College’s annual fest Reverie. The judges for the event were Mrs. Shubha Sharma from the National School of Drama, Mrs. Mrinmoyee Majumdar, Director of Kathakaar Trust and Ms. Chaaya Sawhney, teacher convener of Kshitij, the street play society of the college. A total of 12 teams participated in the event including CVS, Hindu College, Hansraj College, Kamala Nehru College, PGDAV and Maharaja Agrasen College. SGTB Khalsa College’s street play – We, The People was adjudged the best, while Guru Gobind Singh College’s Chidiya ki Kahaani and Kirori Mal College’s Company Raj bagged the second and third place respectively.

The day also saw conventional debate being conducted at the Seminar Hall. The topic for the debate was – This house aims for the stars – which was open for interpretation. Eventually,  the team of Sidhant Shekhar and Aiman Anjum from Deshbandu college bagged the first position, while Sushmita Singh and Meghna Acharjee from Gargi College were adjudged the second best team. The best interjector was Bhawna from Lady Hardinge Medical College.

Other winners:

1st position: Nishant, Sulabh and Sanchit – Maharaja Agrasen College
2nd position: Akshat, Satyam, Rahul – PDGAV
3rd position: Devesh, Akshay, Rahul – Maharaja Agrasen College

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