A full audience packed Dogra Hall was scanned this Thursday evening on the event of “BRCA Orientation”.
The show delayed for an hour but it was worth for what was coming. The evening introduced with short speeches by BRCA president, vice-president and general secretary urging the students to participate in various extra curricular activities. The music club gave two band performances on songs “Imtihaan Hui” and “Stair Way to heaven”, pulsating the entire hall. Next, the Debating club entered the show with a twisty debate on “Hang Out At WindT”. The clock turned to Fine and Arts Club, as they portrayed disjoint sets of a picture which eventually merged to the “missile man” of India bringing the crowd on its feet. Next on the line was Spic Macay which conducted a fascinating Kathak dance performance invoking Indian Cultural Heritage. RDV’s teaser video and the launch of its website thrilled the atmosphere. The whole hall stood up in support of RENDEZVOUS forming one hell of a logo. Quizzing club of IIT outlayed their list of events along with some QnA. HINDI SAMITI opened their account by a hilarious poem (Chal Gai) by Shail Chaturvedi. The poem launched laughing gas into the air. It also included a short speech by its president, Prof. S.K.Malik aimed at promoting Hindi skills. Photography and Filming Club started by screening self-edited videos and photographs. The live photography by PFC became a mesmerizing part of the show. It displayed the ease and swift of editing, thus motivating freshers to join the club. The Dance Club energized the mood via Bollywood group dances of boys and girls with two solo performances. Dramatics club introduced themselves with an hour long mind blowing stage play about an old man “Bacharam” and his luxurious farm. The play received an unprecedented rise of cheers – fetching the highlight of the show. At the end, BRCA requested the freshers to share a penny of thought by voting on “BRCA IITD App” for the best three clubs whose orientation motivated them the most.