With the beginning of every year, or even every academic session, one cannot help but form some hopeful resolutions learnt from worries of years past, looking forward to brighter paths that lie ahead of us. Staring 2017 with its annual cultural festival, Symphony, and its theme remembering the past, looking ahead, Janki Devi Memorial College has surely marked the biggest resolution of initiating a cultural festival assured to bring smile upon a lot of faces as checked already.
Founded in 1959 by the famous Gandhian Shri Brij Krishan Chandiwala, Janki Devi Memorial College has only grown every year in all areas possible from excellent academicians as teachers, under whose guidance the students go on to become responsible and successful students. The college is known for constantly and responsibly developing infrastructural facilities and provisions for specially-abled students.
The 2017 edition of Symphony, scheduled to take place on 12th and 13th of January, has invited renowned politician and academician, Dr Subramanian Swamy as its Chief Guest for the inauguration programme, along with Mr Upendra Kushwaha, the present Minister of State for HRD for the Government of India as its Guest of Honour. Present alongside will also be the event’s special guest, Mr Rishi Sharma, a finalist participant at So You Think You Can Dance, who has also represented India worldwide at various dance performances. The festival will have a Day Zero on 11th January, with the curtain raiser event, Munadi – The Annual Street Play Competition.
The two-day festival will have over 25 events, ranging from competitive events like debates, vocals, dance and theatre. To end the festival, JDMC has invited the popular performer Guru Randhawa for their star night on 13th of January.
Update: Guru Randhawa performed amazingly at the fest, here a short clip: CLICK ME!