International Students take the centre stage at the VIT’s Cultural Carnival
VIT Cultural Carnival – The Vellore Institute of Technology often referred to by its acronym VIT is very well- a renowned institution for the standard of education and the top-notch value it brings to its student’s degree. Known for its outstanding ability to groom its students for an ambitious career, the institute also boasts a phenomenal identity when it comes to hosting inter-college cultural and competitions. Just like its educational wing, the institute never shies from going all in when it comes to hosting events which never fall short of anything but spectacular.
One such event is the Riviera 2019 – the official cultural competition hosted by the VIT. After a glorious first two days of the event, the international students enrolled in the VIT took up the centre stage on day 3 of the event sub named as Infusion 3.0
The second day of the event, famous movie stars like Ayushman Khurana, Andrea Jeremiah and the playback singer Sathyaprakash took up to the stage to give the audience a day to remember with their extravaganza. With a good day put to an end, a surreal hype lead into the third day of the event keeping the audience glued and wanting more!
The Infusion 3.0 was started off by Sekar Viswanathan, the vice president of VIT while the executive director Mrs.Sandhya Pentareddy and the pro-vice chancellor of VIT Mr.S.Narayanan had taken part in the inauguration ceremony.
The event saw more than 120 students from various countries display their respective nationalities culture, music and dance. The event had Ms.Neha Chudasama, model and Miss. Universe India, who took to interacting with the student and audience alike, and also was given the responsibility to judge the winners of the events which she gracefully did.
Apart from various dance performances by the students, the audiences were treated to the some of the finest stands up comedies by Auto Ram Prasad and Getup Srinu who is known for his comedies with various cosplays had enticed the audience with some laughter gags.
The show wasn’t over yet. There was yet a perfect icing on top of the cake when the much celebrated south Indian music director Devi Sri Prasad fondly called as DSP enticed the audience with his flamboyant singing skills. He turned the cultural event into a party with his high energy with the audience gathering the last bit of their energy to join him in the gig. He dished out some of his very best hits from Tamil, Telugu and Hindi albums to end the event on a high note!