Kollegal, Feb 9, 2021: “Students should move according to the speed of this competitive world. You should be eager to know new things and technology. You can expect a good result if you focus more on your talent during your student days,” opined Smt. Bhramarambha, Convener, Cultural Forum and Assistant Professor.
She inaugurated the ‘Talent Hunt’ program for the year 2020-21, orgnaised by the Cultural Forum of the JSS Women’s College, Kollegal.
In her addres, she said, “Today Digital India is making sound everywhere and proper usage of the internet is required. Advanced Science and technology instead of helping the students by giving opportunities to expose their talent is concealing it. Today the students have reached a level where they feel there is no life without a mobile phone.” She called upon the students not to forget our scientific and traditional entertainment activities besides adopting advancements.
Prof. Umesh, Principal, JSS Women’s College presided over the program. In his address, he said every student will have some talent. “Such platforms are required for the students to expose their talent. Of course, the students will have the pressure of syllabus and exams. We are just coming out of the pain caused by COVID-19 pandemic and such programs will provide us confidence and relaxation,” he added.
Prof. H.G. Natarajan, Prof. A.P. Mahadevappa and representatives of the cultural student forum, Students Welfare Officer Prof. M. Basavaraju, Class Representatives were present on the dais.
The students had an opportunity to present their talent and skills through dance, singing, debate competitions, speech competition, solo acting, cooking without fire, rangoli competition, and other activities.
Smt. Bhramarambha inaugurating the ‘Talent Hunt’ program for the year 2020-21. Prof. Basavaraju, Prof. Umesh, Principal, Prof. H.G. Natarajan, Prof. A.P. Mahadevappa and students of the Cultural forum are seen in the picture.
Smt. Bhramarambha delivering the inaugural speech. Prof. Basavaraju, Principal Prof. Umesh, Prof. A.P. Mahadevappa, Prof. H.G. Natarajan and representatives of the Cultural Forum are seen in the picture.