Blitzkrieg is the annual inter-collegiate media festival of KC College which invites massive participation from students of the Bachelors of Mass Media course in Mumbai.
Blitzkrieg ensures it connects with all strata of society- the youth, children, and even the underprivileged through its variety of competitive events, social causes and workshops. Extravagant dance performances, soulful singing routines and entertaining theatrical shows are just a small part of this rich cultural event.
The festival is most famous for its ‘Battle of the Bands’ which invites fresh, young and energetic music talent from colleges of the city. Every February, Blitzkrieg is the place to be!
The Annual festival of Ness Wadia college of commerce which was formed in 1969 is a 3-day long event called as Infinity. The festival provides for a platform where students get to showcase their unique talent and a huge stage a variety of entertaining programs.
Especially for this fest to go smoothly and to aid in its purpose, the college has developed a permanent open air theatre at the back of the college which is a perfect venue for the festival.
Reverb is the annual cultural festival of Symbiosis Institute of Technology, Pune.
In the past, this college festival has staged spectacular performances by Nucleate, Midi val Pundit, Natural Volume, Rang, Daira, Workshop, Albatross, Something Relevant, Black and many more. With more crowds flooding through their gates each consecutive year, it is common knowledge that Reverb comes up with radical events to entertain the enthusiastic audience. Organised every year in the month of February, this festival is a no-brainier for any BMM student who wants to have a good time.
Symbiosis Technical Institutes annual tech management festival, Graffiti, is more than a B school management festival. It celebrates the spirit and character of this very own institution which is the most amazing part about this.
Both, technical and management students become a part of this to beat the competition and emerge victorious in this competitive event. Graffiti has always incorporated exceptional and unique themes every year with a huge number of ideas, intellect and creative energy. SCIT initially celebrated its Foundation Day by conducting a Techno-Management Festival ‘Techie Kaun?’ at Symbiosis Infotech Campus, Pune pioneered the evolution of Graffitti. ‘Techie Kaun?’ took its new name – ‘Graffiti’ in 2009.
Transcend, Symboisis Pune’s yearly management and cultural fest is one of the most grand B-School events in the country. The festival gives a good break from the tough academic schedule and acts as a platform for students to showcase their creativity, talent and wit with the city’s most engaging and interesting events.
A large number of events make sure students from all backgrounds participate. During the 3 days of this event, they host celebrities who perform for the lovely and vibrant crowd. With huge prizes to be won, Transcend is very popular among the students and attracts only intelligence and talent.
This is Trancend’s 26th year and they only intend to make it bigger. ‘Get ready to be enthralled & enamored’ is their message!
Sri Venkateswara College(Venky) Delhi’s annual cultural festival, NEXUS, is one of the most prominent fests of Delhi. Attracting a large student crowd, Nexus has been ranked the second best college fest of India and best college fest of North India in 2011 at the Channel V Nokia India fest in Goa.
NEXUS is the most vibrant, liveliest, and effervescent fest of South Campus. The heated and highly stimulated throng of students from across India makes it a much awaited fiesta. Come March, NEXUS welcomes every soul to be a part of this three-day long extravaganza, which is full of life, fun, youthfulness and all sorts of entertainment. Being one of the best party colleges of India, Venky takes pride in broadcasting the fact that NEXUS will represent the journey through lifetime depicting Era of Black&White to the Kaleidoscope of Colors of Modern Era.
With synthesized efforts of Fine Arts Association and Students’ Union, NEXUS wholeheartedly embrace aficionados of celebration and jollification to this festivity of dreams and colors.
Polaris is the inter-collegiate media festival organized by the Bachelors of Mass Media department at Wilson College in Mumbai. Sixteen years young, Polaris plays host to over thirty colleges during the three day festival.
The first of college festivals for the academic year, Polaris has become extremely popular among the media students of the city. The extravaganza provides a platform for cultural, preforming and literary arts talent. It also brings together professionals from various fields in the media industry to interact with students of participating colleges. Thought provoking discussions, informative workshops, fun activities and exciting tasks, all lie in store at Polaris. With a rich mix of out-of- the-box creativity, visual talent and the ever challenging events, this festival is sure to be one of the top ones to watch out for. Polaris 2016 kicking in on July 15th, are you ready?