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Commemorating the meaning of ‘Drishti’, i.e. ‘vision’, each and every one at Drishti strives to achieve the one goal of making it bigger and better. Currently in its 17th year, Drishti has achieved its goal of being the #1 management festival of Mumbai. Living up to its USP of never repeating a single event, Drishti introduces interactive events each year. We, at Drishti, strive to reach new heights every year by climbing the ladder of success.
Drishti, being a perfect platform for students to showcase their talent in all fields, it has participants coming from colleges across the city. The events at Drishti are something everyone looks forward to. Bringing out the management maestro in young students are the management events at Drishti. These include the legacy event, Echelon; the flagship event, Drishti Business Personality; Business @ Campus, flagship event patented by the No.1 business school in the country- IIM Ahmedabad and many more. Our flagship events, the Crime Scene Investigation (CSI) definitely brings out the Sherlock in you! Drishti does not only test your brains but also tests your physical abilities. It brings out the athlete in you with its unique sports. Dealing with the razzmatazz of Dance, Drama and Fashion Show, Drishti Cultural Day is one of its kind and brings out the best of the festival thereby portraying each one’s talent at the cultural front.
Winston Churchill once said, ‘Responsibility is the price of greatness’. Considering social responsibility as one of its most important avenues, Team Drishti undertakes a social responsibility each year, to create awareness, help and support the needy. This year Drishti is proud to associate with the United Nations women’s “HeforShe” campaign to spread awareness for gender equality.
Drishti, NM College’s management festival, currently in its seventeenth year had its Social Week from 4th to 8th January. This year the theme for the Social Week was gender equality, a much talked about social issue! Renaissance of Equality, the Social Week title, was graced by numerous celebrities.
With the Old Canteen area of the college decorated beautifully, the first day was inaugurated by our Principal Ms. Amee Vora. Kunwar Amarjeet Singh, a famous dancer, was present with us on the first day. He supported our cause and gave a speech on gender equality which inspired all of us!
The second day was a blast with Sonnalli Seygall, popular for her movie Pyaar ka Panchnama, in the morning. In the evening the entire Drishti team was at Marine Lines! Guessing why? We had a mind blowing Flash Mob which conquered the entire locality, in not less than 6 minutes!
On the third day we had two very influential celebrities! Rithvik Dhanjani and Evelyn Sharma were present with us. Rithvik Dhanjani rocked it on the dance floor with two of the members from our dance crew. ‘Seams for Dreams’, which was pioneered by Evelyn Sharma was also promoted by Drishti with a stall that sold merchandise of ‘Seams of Dreams’ the whole day.
With Saroj Khan, the famous choreographer, the fourth day was upbeat to a whole new level of awesomeness! She said that she will support us in all our endeavours, always and forever! We also had a graffiti done near the Vile Parle Station! The paintings revolved around gender equality. It was done by the Creatives team of Drishti and Project M.A.D.
Saving the best for the last, on the fifth day of Renaissance of Equality we had Pooja Ruparel in the house! She actively indulged in all of our stalls and walls put up. To end the Social Week with a bash, we had gobo lights which beamed “Drishti” in the Old Canteen area of NM College! It was a sight which took us through the memory lane of the enormous Social Week we had this year!
Drishti 2016 is an innovation beyond imagination! This year the theme is something that will envisage our ‘Drishti’! Bringing before you is COSMOPOLIS, the theme of Drishti this year. It indicates an ideal city where all the cultures and religions of the world come together and live in harmony to make the world a better place! Having talked about the theme, the fest will be held on the 26th, 27th and 28th of January at its best.
Just like last year, Drishti plans to achieve even higher levels of success, and as the name suggests, the “Vision” for this festival is to keep growing, surpass all that is expected from it, and evolve into the most unparalleled version of itself.
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