Older adults organize a dazzling party for the fuchchas of the IIS University in Jaipur
Before things got studious and routine, older people IIS University He organized a super cool first year party for his juniors. University fuchchas wearing colorful traditional attires received an overwhelming welcome from their superiors at the most recent ‘Xuberance 2019’ party in the backyards of the university. The vibrant atmosphere and impeccable mood made everyone's day present on the occasion. After seeking the blessings of Lord Ganesha, the program began with a welcome note from Dr. Ashok Gupta, the Vice Chancellor of the university, in which he said that a good education and guidance prepares the basis for a promising future and the university provides opportunities for your students. to express and perfect your skills and talents to the fullest.
University students set the stage on fire with their performances. The girls were at their best when they acted with foot pounding numbers. Classical performance in the latest Bollywood songs like Gal Mithi-Mithi Bol, Ghar More Pardesiya stole the show. The young people coincided with their steps with the older ones in hip-hop numbers.
On this trip full of fun, the elderly did not forget to represent their feelings for their country. The semi-classical performance in Ae Watan and Teri Mitti received much appreciation and applause from the audience.
The University choir captivated the public with welcome songs such as Ek Ladki Ko Dekha To Aisa Laga, Le Ja Le Ja Re and more. With the duet performance in Har Kisi Ko Nahi Milta and Albela Sajan Aayo Re, the seniors made a special place in the hearts of the juniors.
It was time for Miss Fresher's contest, which began with great zeal and enthusiasm. Juniors took over the stage looking beautiful in Indian attire to own Miss Fresher's crown. The contest concluded in three rounds, that is, introduction round, talent and round of questions and answers. He was judged by Shriya Pardel, Vinnie Kakkar and Kamna Tiwari.
Finally, the results were announced and Anvi Sharma (B.Sc. (H)) for university students and Anuradha Dasani (MA English) were crowned as Mrs. Fresher of the year.