CUSB Girls students showcase extraordinary talent in Fresher’s Party
The girls students of Central University of South Bihar (CUSB) showcased their extraordinary talents through songs, dance and cultural performances in the fresher’s party organised at University’s hostel situated near Gola Road in Patna. The senior girls residing in University hostel, welcomed the new comers with open arms amidst a glittering ceremony organised on Sunday, September 25, 2016. The girls thrown away the fresher’s party under the supervision of Hostel Warden, Dr N.L. Devi, assistant professor, Centre for Environmental Sciences, CUSB, and showcased their talents with pomp and gaiety.
The captivating function was attended by University Registrar, Dr. Gayathri Vishwanath Patil as Chief guest, who was quite impressed with the zeal and enthusiasm displayed by the girls. Endowed with dazzling talent girls kept the chief guest and audience engaged as well as enthralled with their mesmerising performance of cultural activities such as songs, dances, etc. Highlight of the event was the ‘Kathak’ dance performed by a student, which earned the applauses of audience, and special praise from the registrar. For the Ms. Hosteller title, participants from various departments residing in hostels went through many level of competition including questionnaire round, ramp walk, funny games such as potato race and musical chair. Finally the panel of judges declared Ms. Komal from the Life Science department as Miss Hosteller 2016. Along with hostel representative, Ms. Rashmi Ranjan other hostellers Ms. Azra Parween, Ms. Sugandha and Ms. Priyanka played a pivotal role in organising the event successfully.
The students’ representatives from girls hostel expressed their gratitude for the University Vice-Chancellor Prof. H.C.S. Rathore for his mentorship and caring approach. We are also thankful to our registrar for taking out time from her busy schedule to grace the occasion, which is like a moral boost up for all of us, said the girls. The hostellers unanimously thanked their warden Dr. Devi for her offering them all possible assistance to conduct the programme.
Expressing her happiness over the conduct of the programme, the registrar said, really the girls deserve plaudits for their fine show despite the constraints faced by them in the hostel functioning in a rented building. By seeing the performance of girls, I am sure that they would be instrumental in paving the way for establishing CUSB as one of the best institutions in the region as well as well country portraying an impressive amalgamation of academia and co-curricular activities. Once they would be in permanent campus at Panchanpur in Gaya most probably by next academic session, they would get a proper platform to showcase their talents at a large scale in a much better way, added an optimistic Dr. Patil.