Bengaluru, Monday, 28 March 2022: Sunstone Eduversity, one of India’s leading higher education service providers with presence across 25 cities in 30+ institutions, hostwed its first culture fest – Harmony 2022 at Bengaluru’s Manpho Convention Centre. This one-day fest celebrated the vibrant culture and diverse strengths that Sunstone has built for student communities. The fest which was open to all was attended by students, celebrities, DJs, comedians, etc. brought together its geographically divided thriving digital community of students under one roof.
The event held on 26th March at Manpho Convention Centre, Bengaluru brought together the institute’s diverse and ethnically rich student communities in one place
The event was a full-fledged affair of fun activities like dance competition, fashion show, comedy show, celeb performance, and DJ night. Winners of the dance and fashion show were also awarded a cash prize of INR 10,000 each. Renowned personalities like Neeti Palta, Thaikkudam Bridge graced the event and entertained the visitors through their charismatic performances.
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Speaking at the success of the event, Piyush Nangru, Co-founder & COO, Sunstone Eduversity said, “The past two years have been rough for the student community due to the Covid-19 pandemic and the entire mode of studies being shifted online. Sunstone’s key aspiration is to bring together academia and industry and provide a synergy that ultimately shapes the student community of India. Harmony’22 was incepted to offer a refreshing environment to the students and change from the confines of their computer screens. This event not only helped showcase their talents and creativity beyond academia but also helped them connect at this cultural exchange and celebrate diversity.”
“Harmony’22 was a memorable experience loaded with fun and endless learnings! I feel honoured and thankful to be a part of this event. For the past two years we missed college life. We are glad to be a part of such an event that was designed to offer a holistic campus experience to the students. Apart from the unmatched fun element, the event also served as a platform for several insightful discussions and opportunities around the future career aspects”, said J Nikesh Rajan, student of Raja Reddy Institution, Bengaluru.