The Fine Arts Club organized a Clay Modelling Competition today with a fairly large number of interested participants and the event was a tremendous success. The event was introduced as a shift in the norm and as an inviting means to stoke the creative talents of the students. The turn up and enthusiasm was notwithstanding the fact that a large number of participants had little if any experience in the subtle and skillful art of clay modelling.
Like every semester, this semester too, we have a bunch of what we lovingly call “exchange students” in our campus who have come from diverse geographies and cultures from across the world. BSP got in touch with a few of them and here’s what they had to say about their experiences in India thus far…
The Vivekananda study circle organized a session on “Science of Yoga”. The lecture focused on giving students a scientific and holistic perspective of yogic sciences. Swami Ishwarananda Giri of Yogoda Satsanga Society of India (YSS) addressed students and other guests at Seminar Hall.
A couple of years back, BRCA was turned into a non-competitive board on a trial basis on account of the rigging involved in some of the events. This led to massive disappointment among the people who loved the spirit of competition. But we were recently given good news when the BRCA general body decided to make the board's events competitive again.
By N. Akash, Harshit Gupta
Karakoram House turned 50 this year, the house celebrated its golden jubilee by organizing a special festival, Aurum. The festival was organised by the proud residents of Karakoram hostel. The Director, the Dean of Student Affairs and Dean of Academics also graced the occasion.