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The Cultural Club of KSOM “Sanskriti”, on the 15th of October, the eve of Dussehra, organized a cultural evening which comprised of two events, namely “Junk Not” and “Navratri Night” at the open air theatre. With the placement season on, this was a pleasant deviation from the stressful schedule. The event witnessed both cheering spectators and enthusiastic participants. Apart from the students, Prof. Surya Mishra and Prof. P.C.Panda also were present to add vigour to the event.
In the “Junk Not” event the participants created beautiful craft out of the junk which was provided to them. Given the short notice, students displayed creativity in creating beautiful concepts such Maa Durga, Swach Bharat and many more. The winners were Samrita Mallick, Chirag Raunak Das, Soumyajyoti Mohanty and Asit Ranjan. The runners-up team had Abhinash Mishra, Sk. Shahanawaz, Chinmay Mallick and Dillip Sahoo.
While “Junk Not” was on, the stage also witnessed other enjoyable performances of dance, music, and mimicry by students. Sambit Guru, a student of MBA-I performed and mesmerized the crowd with his Ganesh Vandana. Bidhibandhu Khatua, of MBA-II took out time from his busy placement schedule and sang a melodious song which got huge applaude from the audience. Ujjwal Nanda, of MBA-II, performed and engrossed the crowd. Swadesh Dash, of MBA-II and Dillip Sahoo, MBA-I made the entire audience laugh by their amazing mimicry. Rachita Samal, MBA-II, presented an amazing dance number that made the crowd dance along with her. Ishita and Shalvi from BBA performed a very melodious number and the audience clapped through the beats of the song. Rebecca Ghosh and S. Twinkle too danced swaying the audience along with them.
After “Junk Not” got over, the game that followed was dumb charades. The game pulled the crowd as everyone wanted to act on stage. The final leg was the Navratri Dance and everyone was tapping his or her feet to the beats. It was the combined effort by MBA and BBA students which made the event a great success.