Here’s what to expect and how to participate in Euphoria 2021
With more than 25 colleges participating, Euphoria 2021, the 7th edition of the cultural fest organised by Nepathya, the cultural cell of School of Business Management, NMIMS, Mumbai, promises to be a treat. The one-day fest has ABP Education as its digital media partner.
Students from colleges like IIM Lucknow, Goa Institute of Management, Nirma University and IIM Kashipur have already registered and are ready to compete for a total cash prize of Rs 20,000 and hampers.
Here are the details.
What’s buzzing: Euphoria 2021, organised by School of Business Management, NMIMS, Mumbai
Keep yourself free on: March 6
The theme this year: A Dystopian Utopia, where everything is imperfectly perfect, where fiction and fantasies connect.
Step It Up, a dance competition with a twist. The theme? Mismatched. Teams of 3 to 10 participants need to submit a video of 3 to 5 minutes. The twist? The dance form should not match the outfit they dance in.
Rhythmic Junkyard will see students showcase their vocal talents with at least two instruments.
In Humor Sapiens, the participants have to review a movie, series, or episode in the funniest way possible.
What the organisers are saying:
“This year even though events had to take a digital turn, Nepathya managed to create a beautiful string of fully functional and extremely successful events throughout the year. This success is to be scaled up even further for our annual fest, Euphoria, which will be streamed on YouTube Live,” said Dhruv Kansal, a second-year MBA student and the president of Nepathya.
To catch the fest in action: Click https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ymp1uRAfT-I
Sign up: Click https://dare2compete.com/f/euphoria-2021-sbm-nmims-mumbai-9945. Today is the last day for registration.
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