‘Ibtida’ Makes A Mark On Day 1

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Dramatics Club-PEC University of Technology and NSS-PEC in association with Elante Carnival and in collaboration with Urban Theka, as creative partner and Brooklyn Central, as food partner organized ‘IBTIDA’, Chandigarh’s first street play festival in the courtyard of Elante Mall on April 1st.

The two day, spectacular event began at 5:00 PM and was graced by Dr. Perminderjit Singh, Dean Student Affairs, PEC University of Technology.

Teams from colleges across the country took part and put forward an enthusiastic display of the power of theatre.  The courtyard of Elante was filled with cheers and applause when the first team, from UIET, Hoshiarpur performed on the theme, ‘Suicides ’. Performance by students of Amity University and PGDAV Evening College continued to keep the audiences hooked on. While PGDAV focused on ‘Peer Pressure’, students from Amity emphasised on ‘Martyrdom’. Not missing out on regional flavor, teams from Tricity that performed alongside, included PGGC 11 and Chandigarh College of Engineering and Technology (CCET). PGGC 11 raised the concern of water scarcity and CCET elucidated on the importance of sex education.

pec-3It was a powerful exhibit of the budding talent that graduate colleges in India nurture. Day two, promises to be equally enthralling with more number of teams performing at the same venue. Dramatics Club-PEC University of Technology and NSS-PEC in association with Elante Carnival and in collaboration with Urban Theka, as creative partner and Brooklyn Central, as food partner organized IBTIDA, Chandigarh’s first street play festival in the courtyard of Elante Mall.

The two day, spectacular event began at 5:00 PM and was graced by Dr. Perminderjit Singh, Dean Student Affairs, PEC University of Technology.

pec2Teams from colleges across the country took part and put forward an enthusiastic display of the power of theatre.  The courtyard of Elante was filled with cheers and applause when the first team, from UIET, Hoshiarpur performed on the theme : ‘Suicides ’. Performance by students of Amity University and PGDAV Evening College continued to keep the audiences hooked on. While PGDAV focused on ‘Peer Pressure’, students from Amity emphasised on ‘Martyrdom’. Not missing out on regional flavor, teams from Tricity that performed alongside, included PGGC 11 and Chandigarh College of Engineering and Technology (CCET). PGGC 11 raised the concern of water scarcity and CCET elucidated on the importance of sex education.

It was a powerful exhibit of the budding talent that graduate colleges in India nurture. Day two, promises to be equally enthralling with more number of teams performing at the same venue.

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