It is very important to get the exposures, share the ideas, views, and culture. There's no better place for this than a college fest.
Here are the top 5 college fests that you must attend before you graduate:
Also known as MoodI or MI, is the annual cultural festival of the IIT Bombay.
It started out in 1971 and currently is the biggest fest in all Asia. IITB organizes many competitions and events. Besides being the core of the fest, these events are also able to draw a massive footfall. More than 1.3 Lakh students from over 1650 colleges from across the country come to adore MI.
It also works with various institutions working for social causes.
Started in 1980, Incident is the annual cultural festival of the NIT Karnataka.
What is attractive here is the private beach with a lighthouse where they host the famous beach volleyball, beach football, and other beach sports. Video game events, adventure sports, literature and slam dunk are the events to look out for.
It is a 5 days event, usually organized in March.
Founded in 1974, Saarang is the annual cultural festival of IIT Madras.
It is a 5 days festival which receives a footfall of over 70,000+ people from over 500 colleges across the country. Witness over 50 Events, 20 Workshops, 5 Professional shows and a series of well-acclaimed lectures in this extravaganza.
Saarang usually takes place in January.
Started as a small fete in 1971, OASIS is the annual cultural fest of BITS Pilani.
Receiving participation from over 200 colleges, it runs all night and all day for 96 hours, promising all fun and no sleep. Events include dance, music, stage shows, drama, fashion shows and treasure hunts. Prominent events of this fest are Exposure, Rocktaves and Rap Wars. Oasis usually takes place at the end of October.
Malhar began in 1979 and is hosted annually by the St. Xavier's College, Mumbai.
The festival includes events cultural contests in literary, performing arts. Along with a number the workshops on different themes, which is appreciated by over 30,000 people from all over the country.
Besides, Malhar is also a socially conscious festival.
College life is the last time where you will enjoy without having to worry about meetings, work, boss or paying bills. Here, you find out what you are and what you aspire to be. So enjoy it, learn from it and live it to the fullest.