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Mangalore: St Joseph's Evening College of Bangalore Champions at Agno Fest 07


Mangalore: St Joseph's Evening College of Bangalore Champions at Agno Fest 07

Daijiworld Media Network - Mangalore (MB)
Pics Dayanand Kukkaje

Mangalore, Oct 6: St Joseph Evening College from Bangalore bagged the overall trophy of the Agno Fest 07 held organized by St Agnes College here, which ended on Saturday. 'Anveshana' - discovery of one's inner self - was the theme of the event.

St Aloysius College bagged the runners-up shield, while rest of the participating colleges also won places in individual events.

The valedictory function was held on Saturday evening with Yenepoya group's director Farhaad Yenepoya and his wife Surumi Yenepoya as guests of honour. Principal Dr Sr Prem D'Souza, staff coordinators Devi Prabha and Chandranath, student president Manjusha Hebbar and  student coordinator Laxmi Shenoy were present on the dais.

The event drew a good response with colleges, beside from the city, from places as distant as Hyderabad, Goa, Bangalore, Mysore etc. took part in it.

The prominent colleges which participated included St Aloysius College, St Aloysius Evening College, Fr Agnel College, Goa, St Joseph's Evening College, Bangalore, Adarsh College, Bangalore, Mahajan's College, Mysore, Canara College, Mangalore, SDM College of Management, Mangalore, Roshni Nilaya School of Social Work, Mangalore, Providence College, Calicut, Nizam's College, Hyderabad and Nitte S Adyanthaya Memorial College.

The first two days' proceedings were followed by variety entertainment programme. At the valedictory function, Farhaad Yenepoya appreciated the good work and educational standard achieved by St Agnes College.

Results of all events:

Parichay (Ice-breaker):
I Canara College, Mangalore
II SRN Adarsh College, Bangalore

Upahasvana (Best comedy show):
I St Aloysius College, Mangalore
II NItte Shankar Adyanthaya Memorial College

Alankara (Window-dressing):
I Mahajan's College, Mysore
II St Aloysius College, Mangalore

Vishwa Sanskriti (Variety entertainment):
I Providence Women's College, Calicut
II SDM College of Business Management, Mangalore

Athiranjana (Mad Ad):
I SDM College of Business Management, Mangalore
II Roshni Nilaya School of Social Work, Mangalore

Adhivijjana (Quiz):
I St Aloysius College, Mangalore
II Roshni Nilaya School of Social Work, Mangalore

Avatatana (Movie Spoof):
I Nitte S A M College
II St Joseph's Evening College, Bangalore

Adhikarana (Mock Court):
I SDM College of Business Management, Mangalore
II St Aloysius Evening College, Mangalore

Abhinaya (Street-play):
I St Joseph's Evening College, Mangalore
II SDM College of Business Management, Mangalore

Noopura (Contemporary Dance):
I Roshni Nilaya School of Social Work, Mangalore
II St Joseph's Evening College, Mangalore

Patrika (Newsletter):
I St Aloysius College, Mangalore
II SRN Adarsh College, Bangalore

Sadhri (Best Personality):
Male: St Joseph's Evening College, Bangalore
Female: St Aloysius Evening College, Mangalore

Overall winners: St Joseph's Evening College, Bangalore
Runners-up: St Aloysius College, Mangalore

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  • chandra, Bangalore

    Wed, Oct 10 2007

    Your caption of all the events of Agno Fest came very well and we are very happy seeing snaps of us...

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