Burhanpur : Professor Brijmohan Mishra Institute of Medical and Technical Sciences College (BIMTS) has celebrated its fresher’s party.
Rakhi Mishra, vice chairperson of the institute, addressed all senior and junior students of Aplied science, Commerce and Management departments. Coming three years of college life are crucial for disciplined academic, mental and physical development according to the sub president.
The institution promises to carve all the students equally well in music, dance, art, sports along with education. The sub president wished best of future to all its students.
‘Return of Mugle Azam’ performed by junior students Mohit Indorekar, Naina Gujar, Ria Chaudhari, Vishal Gangrade, Nikhil Mahajan, Jabir Ansari and Chetan was an emotional push to depict how parents put every thing at stake to educate their children.
Public relation officer of the institute Vishal Gojare informed that all these celebrations are attempt of fill the students with confidence and prepare them for annual youth colour celebration.
Shivam, Monica, Samrin Bano, Mayur Chitte sang melodies and Naushad Ali presented amazing shayari. Bhushan Mahajan, Gopal Tayde, Sujata Salwe, Tushar, and Pawan produced western and Indian classical dances. Straw Pop, balancing, Balloon, Hunki, bumping jumping and bursting balloon were among the games during the celebration. The programmes were anchored by Minal Agrawal, Megha Nandwar, Aishwarya Patidar, Priya Tillani, Sonia Saluja, Nupur Agrawal, Rahul Bavskar, Aayushi Shukla, Mahesh John, Pooja Deshmookh and Anshi Singh.
The competitions were judged by Rupal Mundra, Sunita Kaul, Karan Raikwar, Anjali Peelikar, Chanchal Kushwah and Rishi Kushwah.
[button style=”e.g. solid, border” size=”e.g. small, medium, big” link=”” target=””][/button]Rakesh Jaiswal won best singer, Gopal Tayde best dancer, Vishal Chauhan Fresher and Naina Gujjar was selected as Fresher. Kiran Raikawar said that this programme reminded her about her college days. More than 800 students and staff was present at the event.