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Line up of international bands and performers for Ragam `15

  • Line up of international bands and performers for Ragam `15

    Summary: As many as 2,500 participants from colleges across the country are taking part in the four-day long event, which is billed as one of the biggest campus literary and cultural festivals in South India. The student-run event features as many as 60 competitions across various categories and a price money of around Rs 7.4 lakhs. The event packs a range of competitions spread across the fields of dance, music, literature, quizzing and fine arts.

    KOZHIKODE: Ragam 2015, the annual cultural festival of National Institute of Technology, Calicut (NIT-C), got off to a colourful start at the institute`s campus at Chathamangalam on Thursday. As many as 2,500 participants from colleges across the country are taking part in the four-day long event, which is billed as one of the biggest campus literary and cultural festivals in South India. Film director Sangeeth Sivan inaugurated the festival at a function held in the evening.

    The student-run event features as many as 60 competitions across various categories and a price money of around Rs 7.4 lakhs , As Reported By Times of India.

    According to the Newspaper,The major highlight of this year`s event is the line up of international bands and performers, including Swiss folk band Eluveitie and show by Portuguese DJ Diego Miranda, who will be performing for the first time in India.

    The `Pro Shows` will also see performance by international street-art performer Pierrick St-Pierre aka Mr Banana from Canada. The event packs a range of competitions spread across the fields of dance, music, literature, quizzing and fine arts. The events include Take One-a short film contest and a dance competition titled Choreo Night.

    There would also be workshops on photography, archery, DJ music and self-defense organized as part of the fest...

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