Cultural diversity, students' talents to the fore on international youth day at Rajagiri College

The International Youth Festival 2023 was organised on August 1. Photo: Special Arrangement

Kochi: The International Youth Day Celebration, 2023, organised by Rajagiri College of Social Sciences here on August 1, featured a number of performances by students from various departments.

Photo: Special Arrangement

Cultural programmes, including semi-classical dance and light music performances, regaled the audience.

Photo: Special Arrangement

The highlight of the fest was the fashion show that saw students adorning attires from diverse cultures.

“It was a day filled with joy, laughter, and creativity, fostering a sense of unity and pride within the college. The youth fest's success is all due to the hard work and passion of the organising committee, volunteers, and participants,” said S Aditya, a second-year Master of Computer Application (MCA) student.

Photo: Special Arrangement

The open-air auditorium on the campus provided a perfect ambience for the fest, which ran from 2 pm to 6 pm.

Beyond showcasing talents, the event facilitated collaboration among students from undergraduate to postgraduate courses.

Photo: Special Arrangement

(The author is a second-year MCA student at Rajagiri College of Social Sciences Autonomous, reporting for Onmanorama as part of our campus outreach programme, Onmanorama Campus Reporter.)

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