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By The Telegraph Online
  • Published 15.05.08
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SOUL STIRRING

Eutopian Euphorians ’08, the annual fest of Meghnad Saha Institute of Technology, was a roaring success. The programme kicked off on April 26 with the intercollege solo singing competition in which students from the Techno India Institute of Technology and Gouri Mohan College took part.

Chandrabindu captivated everyone with songs like Sweetheart, Mon, Bhole Baba. But that wasn’t all. College band Attivein and Zero Gravity had everyone on their feet the next day with a rocking performance. If that wasn’t enough, Emon Chatterjee of Indian Idol fame had everyone in thrall with songs like Nagara Nagara, Is pyar ko mein kya nam du? The most eagerly awaited programme of the evening was a performance by singing sensation Shreya Ghoshal. She started off with Ami je Tomar, followed by Yeh Ishq Hai and Mujhe Tumse Mohabbat Hai.

Deepon Saha,
Meghnad Saha Institute of Technology, Calcutta

 

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Farewell fiesta

On April 19, MCKV Institute of Engineering organised Ascent ’08, a farewell party for the students of the outgoing batch. The programme began with a speech by registrar A. Mullick. Principal A.S. Ray urged the students to have faith in themselves. He congratulated the students who were on the verge of entering professional life. He encouraged them to conquer all barriers and excel in their chosen field. Chief guest of the evening K.K. Kejriwal declared the programme open by lighting an earthen lamp along with the head of automobile engineering department Amitosh De and head of electronics and communication engineering department D.P. Chakravarti. The students were awarded for excellence in sports and academics. The junior students of the college felicitated the seniors with mementos as a token of their love and appreciation. A cultural programme was held in the evening.

Kshama Agarwal
MCKVIE, Howrah


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