Enginnering students shine on Theatrical Day

Enginnering students shine on Theatrical Day
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In the presence of renowned film actor Jaya Prakash Reddy, students of Vasireddy Venkatadri Institute of Technology celebrated the Theatrical Day by participating in intramural VJVA-VVIT-2014-15 drama competitions.

In the presence of renowned film actor Jaya Prakash Reddy, students of Vasireddy Venkatadri Institute of Technology celebrated the Theatrical Day by participating in intramural VJVA-VVIT-2014-15 drama competitions.
Message oriented plays were staged by the engineering students, which held the audience in rapt attention
Seven skits were featured which was a mix of message-oriented, hilarious, socio-fantasy along with techno-political and morale-boosting themes. Each skit was meticulously scripted and hilariously shaped with most commonly available topics which turned in to key properties for their drama effortlessly.

The English skit ‘Never Never Nest’ was an eye-opener to consumers who get attracted to installment schemes offered by greedy vendors and finally get trapped in the financial loop of paying installments. The skit played by mechanical engineering students ‘PAAMU’ was a hilarious drama, in which the participants showed their mettle to make the spectators burst in laughter. Information technology engineering students played a skit ‘Cinema Soopitta Mama’, which clearly portrays the differences between drama and cinema. Computer science and engineering students participated in a skit ‘Software Assembly’ which portrayed the discussion about a failed software project by drawing parallels with the assemble sessions. The skit played by ECE students ‘Deyyam Marchina Manisshi’ depicted a novel theme of how a ghost reforms a man. The last skit played by civil engineering students ‘Entertainment ki Daredi’ portrayed how a group of four dejected youngsters tried to fill entertainment in their lives.

The principal of the institute expressed that Vasireddy Venkatadri Institute of Technology is a unique institute which conducts Drama Club weekly training for aspiring students and conducting competitions for an entire day, which is called Theatrical Day. He added that this club acted as an extreme platform for students to expose their mettle and also enhance their public speaking skills. The entire teaching, non-teaching faculty, management and students participated in this event.

On this occasion, chairman Vasireddy Vidya Sagar, expressed that one of the objectives of this drama club was to bring back the eroding art of drama into limelight and thereby exploring the innate creative talents of students. He added that VVIT was the only institute in the region which dedicated a complete day for theatrical club activities.

Jaya Prakash Reddy blessed the students and said that he was delighted by the performance of the Drama Club and for encouraging the art of drama.

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