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The Apeejay Institute of Management & Engineering Technical Campus (AIMETC) organised UTSAV 2021, a talent hunt show for students



Apeejay Institute of Management & Engineering Technical Campus (AIMETC), Jalandhar recently organised UTSAV 2021, a talent hunt show, which provided a platform to students to exhibit their latent potential.  
Dr Rajesh Bagga, Director, AIMETC said in his welcome address: “The very purpose of organising such functions is to unearth the unpolished talent of students. These events provide ample opportunities and suitable platforms to students who want to excel in their area of interest”
Students across all courses — B Tech, MBA, MCA, BBA, B. COM (Honours) and BCA — participated in various events with great zeal and enthusiasm. The event was coordinated by Mr Daljit Singh, Faculty, School of IT and Ms Kavita Verma (Co-coordinator) Faculty, School of Management Studies.

Abhinav Mittal and Kanha, third year MBA students, were the hosts for the event. Welcoming all fresher students in particular, they gave a brief introduction to the various events of UTSAV-2021. The talent hunt included five categories: Solo Singing, Solo Dance, Group Dance, Poem recitation and Acting Skill performance.

The event began with Solo-Dance performances. Students enthralled the audience with energetic dance performances. Pallavi, an MBA first year student, bagged the first position. She gave a mesmerising performance on the popular Navratri song ‘Nagada sang dhol baaje’.

The second event of the day was Solo-Singing. Raghav Kapoor from MBA, first year bagged the first position. He captivated the audience with a melodious performance of the song ‘Mere rang mein rangne waali’.  Next in line was the Acting Skill event.  Harleen from MCA, first year, emerged the winner in this category. Gulshan from BCA third year won the poetry recitation event. He recited a self-composed poem on ‘Mother’.  

The event concluded with Group-Dance performances. Ashima Bhalla, Suhania Jaggi and Jiya Sharma from BBA third year secured the first position. They left a huge impact on the audience with a group dance on the song ‘Shava ghund chuk ke’.

Arijit Roy is a young correspondent at Apeejay Newsroom. He has done his masters in English literature from Delhi University and has a book of poems published by Writers Workshop India. He can be reached at [email protected].