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The students participated in a talent hunt contest organised by a design institute in Delhi



To nurture students’ inherent potential, Apeejay Institute of Design (AID) organised a talent hunt contest recently. Enthusiastic students of Design showcased their performing skills on the occasion.

The talent hunt comprised a variety of art forms including dance, drama, song, speech, stand-up comedy, and many more. Students from all specialisations participated in the event and put their best foot forward.

Yashika Vashisht, a third-semester Interior Design student, said, “We had many dance performances, singing performances, mimicry acts, and games. After attending virtual classes for two years, we were finally able to have a great time with learning and fun-filled events are going hand in hand. This talent hunt was a success as all the students participated at various levels. Many of them performed well. We all enjoyed ourselves to the fullest.”

Added her batchmate Aleena Rehman, “This platform encouraged children to step out of their comfort zones and show something new. It was an exciting experience. The students enjoyed themselves a lot.”

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Apeejay believes in the motto of holistic development and strives to provide the best opportunities for learners to celebrate various talents alongside their scholastic achievements. In turn, events like the talent hunt also boost their confidence, reduce stage fright, and teach teamwork.

Apart from the talent hunt, AID also held market research visits, creative workshops on furniture design, use of clay and fabric, and club activities like photography and sports, to name a few.

Established in 1991, AID is a pioneer institute in Design Education that aims to impart quality education across all design domains. It offers a well-designed curriculum that is updated from time to time to keep up with the evolving pedagogy and methodology.

AID believes in creating professional designers capable of setting new trends dedicated to the rising standards of living while making the world a better place to live in. 

Disha Roy Choudhury is a Principal Correspondent at Apeejay Newsroom. She has worked as a journalist at different media organisations. She is also passionate about music and has participated in reality shows.

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