TOP 5 COLLEGE FESTIVALS IN MUMBAI
1. MOOD INDIGO
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IITB)
Mood Indigo , the Asia’s largest cultural college festival is popular throughout the country. People from different universities participate in the competitive events of dancing , singing , dramatics , talent shows , fashion shows and a lot more. It’s a four day festival that takes place in December end every year. The theme of 2015 was ‘A Hawaiian Escapade’ which was successful as it attracted a number of sponsors , participants as well as viewers.
St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai
You will be surprised to know that Asia’s second largest fest Malhar also takes place in the city of Mumbai. Xavier’s every year hosts its cultural fest in around September. Like Mood Indigo , Xavier’s has its events on a large scale garnering great attention from people across different cities. Exclusive literary events like Debate, Extempore, Elocution are among the best of the fest. Hurry up if you think you have good communication skills!
Veermata Jijabai Technological Institute (VJTI)
Technovanza is a techno-management event which focusses on principles of Engineering and technology.About 25,000 people attend this event from various colleges.Pratigya and Mission Mumbai are notable events.Technovanza took place on 26th December this year. Tech freaks, technovanza ahead!
Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics (NM)
Umang is one of the biggest techno-cultural and management fests organised by popular Commerce college NM. Umang has a number of varied creative events followed by pronites. Umang doesn’t fail to entertain the audience at all. It takes place in the month of August. Do enroll yourself for it.
Marked by the presence of various Bollywood stars, Kshitij continues to invigorate the crowd every year. The theme of Kshitij 2015 was ‘Legion of Legends’ . The festival was launched by the star cast of the movie ‘Brothers’ on 26th November’ 2016. Kshitij promises to keep you engaged in different gaming activities and events from dancing to painting. So , what are you waiting for?