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  • The Bhawanipur Beacon (Umang Edition)

    The Bhawanipur Beacon – Umang Edition.

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  • INVICTUS’17

    J.D. Birla Institute –Department of Management organised their fest, Invictus 2017. This was the third consequent year the fest was held from 11th February to 12th with it’s Sports events held before hand on 6th, 7th and 8th February. It constituted of various events from Iron man related to weight training, sports such as basketball …

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  • Communique’15

    “I love the energy out here” said the voice of kolkata , Jimmy Tangree, from 91.9 friends FM, the Chief-Guest for Communique’15 . With all its elevated spirit and zeal, entering in its 4th year communique the inter college literary meet celebrates the lustrous and lucid world of literature.

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  • Umang 2014: Jugalbandi

    A jugalbandi or jugalbandhi is a performance in Indian classical music, especially the Hindustani classical music that features a duet of two solo musicians. The word jugalbandi means, literally, “Entwined twins.”

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  • Umang 2014: Indipop

    Indian pop music, often known as Indian-Pop, Hindi Pop, Indipop or Indi-pop, refers to pop music in India. It is based on an amalgamation of folk music andclassical music with modern beats from different parts of the world.

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  • Umang 2014: Stand-Up Comedy

    UMANG’14 hosted the event called Stand-up comedy, which took place at the 6th floor auditorium. There were five participants in total. The judge of the event was Mr Zahir Hussain. In this event, the performers had to use their wit and sense of humour to entertain the judge as well as the audience. It was …

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  • Umang 2014: Photography

    No fest is complete without its moments captured in pictures. Umang too had one such event where the photographers had to roam about the entire campus capturing the various moods as the mood says-Moods of  Umang.

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  • Umang 2014: Street Play

    The Street Play was held in the lawn in front of the Common Room.  It was judged by Abhishek Bannerjee and Janardhan Ghosh. A total of five team had participated and each team consisted of eight to ten members.  The topic allotted to them was Rape and accordingly the teams carried out their performances.

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  • Umang 2014: Verteez

    One needs to be quite the detective in order to participate in the event Verteez; Umang’14’s Verteez shall pose quite the challenge to Sherlock himself. Hints revolving on a particular object or person will be given to the ten two-member teams participating.

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  • Umang 2014: Jam

    An event to flaunt your knowledge on English grammar is certainly JAM. The rules for JAM were the classic rules which include interruption due to stammering, grammatical errors, abbreviation or use of slangs and Americanism. It surely is an event or in simple, a game that baffles everyone.

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  • Umang 2014: Antakshari

    Antakshari is a spoken parlour game played in India, Bangladesh, Pakistan and Nepal. Each contestant sings the first verse of a song that begins with the Hindustani consonant on which the previous contestant’s song ends. The first event on the second day of Umang’14 was Antakshari which was held at the main stage.

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  • Umang 2014: Visual Extempore

    Umang’14’s Visual Extempore is definitely not a regular extempore. If extempore demands thinking on your feet, visual extempore seeks thrice the effort and ability.

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