<![CDATA[Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology (NSIT) kick started its 3 day long annual fest, Moksha, on 20th March 2015 with this year’s theme being "Spectrum of Symphonies". [gallery ids="31452,31453"] The first competitive event of the day was Soch, the street play competition. Over 15 teams participated in the competition from colleges including NSIT, IGBIT and Bhagat Singh College. The OC of the event stated that it was happy with the turnout because of an overwhelming online response. GTBIT won the first prize whereas Gargi College and Shivaji College shared the second place. Prelims of Dhwani, the solo singing competition were held parallel to the street play competition. The participants sang songs like Luka Chuppi, Raabta, Phir Le Aaya Dil along with some traditional ghazals and sufi songs. Due to large number of participation, the OC had to reduce the individual performance time from 3 minutes to 2 minutes. The judges for the competition were Manish Thapyal, the leading man of the band Roots, Akash, a student of famous composer A.R.Rahman and Ravinder Singh who is an 8th grade guitarist from Rock School of Music. The finals for this competition will be held on 22nd March. A folk dance competition, Kalakriti, was held on stage 2 under the scorching sun. Teams from colleges like JIIT, Gargi College, DTU and Maitreyi College participated in this contest. “The weather condition was harsh but in the end it was worth it,” said a member of the bhangra group from NIT Kurukshetra who were adjudged the winner for this competition. Vipul Goel, Jitendra Kumar (Kejru) and Deepak Mishra (Raghu) from The Viral Fever (TVF) brought the house down at NSIT with their stand-up act which was one of the most awaited events of the day. They pleasantly joked about other engineering colleges, including DTU. TVF members invited audience members on the stage and moderated a debate on topics, “Are engineers romantic or not?” and “Should Sunny Leone by awarded Nobel Peace Prize?” Vipul Goel also performed his famous ‘Kashmir’ act.
@TheViralFever brought the house down on Day 1 of #Moksha2015, the annual fest of NSIT. pic.twitter.com/nCM2VYZIWG — DU Beat (@du_beat) March 21, 2015The last contest for the day was Mudra, the choreography competition. A technical glitch delayed proceedings but the issue was resolved within 15 minutes and Venky’s chorography society, Nritya, took the stage again, to the cheer of all present. Terpsichorean, the choreo society of Hans Raj College was awarded the first prize. Fahrenheit, the Bollywood night featuring Sachin-Jigar, Divya Kumar and Priya Sariya, commenced 2 hours later than the scheduled time. The restless crowd sat on the ground as they waited for the famous Bollywood duo to take the stage. Sachin-Jigar opened the show with their famous hit Bezubaan from ABCD. They enchanted the crowd with hits like Saibo, Babaji Ki Booti and the crowd’s favorite, Jee Karda.
]]>The famous bollywood duo Sachin-Jigar enchanted the crowd today at #Moksha2015 with their hits like Gulabi, Saibo and Babaji Ki Booti. A photo posted by DU Beat (@du_beat) on
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