Fests and Events

Kriti 2011

<h1 style=”text-align: center;”>A HELPING HAND</h1>

Among all the cultural, technical and managerial festivals this semester, a cultural festival that did more good than the hype it created was KRITI, the annual cultural festival of The Neighborhood society of NSIT. It was first organized in 2008 and the tradition to serve the society continued with this year‘s festival.

Organized in collaboration with Learn Empower Uplift (LEU) on 9th April. The fest, celebrated the ideals of a responsible society, saw the participation of 20 NGO‘S and big players such as LEU Foundation, AID NCR and Jaagriti along with host of several other welfare organizations.

The fest commenced with a brief introduction of each NGO, providing a platform for NGO‘s to collaborate at various levels by engaging in fruitful discussions. . This Inter-NGO meet, with its venue at the ECE block, was organized to discuss and spread ‗the importance of

education‘ and all the NGOs with their well prepared agendas earned a lot of appreciation and admiration from students.

The major highlight of this festival was the health checkup camp which boasted of practicing doctors and the 370 little kids who participated and added to the fun factor of the event. The various other events such as collage making, quizzes, story- telling, and sports were also hugely appreciated and enjoyed. The winners were presented with certificates and Nav Jyoti was adjudged as the best NGO for excelling in the fun-filled activities. The festival saw the members of the Neighborhood Society as well as volunteers coordinating the event by commendably juggling tasks and enjoying with kids. The festival was pre-ceded by days of preparation and labor on behalf of the Neighborhood Society, the Rotoract Club and the numerous volunteers. The superior quality of the brochures, invites and presentations proved the mettle of a meticulous publicity team. The event managers and the organizers exhibited commendable management skills and won people‘s appreciation. Dr J Jena and Mrs. Sujata Sengar, were also associated with the festival.

The fest provided an ideal opportunity to discuss, debate and implement ideas that would bring a change to people‘s lives.

A remarkable initiative!

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<p style=”text-align: center;”>Kriti Poster in the Admin</p>